Kilroy Realty Corporation (Kilroy Realty) is an industry-leading commercial real estate company with properties spanning the West Coast. The corporation has been a longtime, avid supporter of Technology and Innovation, Women’s Leadership and Excellence, and Sustainability. As a primary sponsor of US Sailing and the US Sailing Team, Kilroy Realty will support these initiatives through the sport of sailing.
Kilroy Realty will also support the team at major international events, including Selection Events, World Championships, and the World Cup Series in the lead up to the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.
Helly Hansen is a leading player in technical sailing and lifestyle apparel and is worn by national teams from the US, Canada, Norway, and Japan. Founded in Norway in 1877, Helly Hansen continues to develop professional grade gear that helps people stay and feel alive.
Helly Hansen has been named as the exclusive apparel provider for the US Sailing Team and US Sailing’s ODP for the Tokyo 2020 Games, providing the athletes with the technical apparel they need to perform at their best.
US Sailing Team fans and supporters can purchase USST Supporter Collection items, with a portion of the proceeds going back to support our national team athletes.
Harken, Inc. is an international manufacturer specializing in performance sailing hardware and industrial solutions, headquartered in Pewaukee, Wisconsin, United States. Sophisticated machinery, highly trained technicians, the innovative ideas of engineers, and enhanced work flow models open unlimited possibilities for growth. Harken gear dominates events like the America’s Cup, the Volvo Ocean Race, and the Olympics.
Harken’s team has been supporting the US Sailing Team for decades, supplying the team with hardware, systems technology, and design innovation. Alongside McLube, Harken has been the USST’s longest serving partner, and continues its unwavering support to help carry the team to the Tokyo 2020 Games. Harken has also supported US Sailing programs such as US Sailing’s STEM education program Reach, US Sailing’s ODP, and other US Sailing youth programs.
McGee Industries, Inc., more commonly referred to by brand name McLube, has offered high performance release agents, anti-tack coatings and lubricants since 1954. McLube Marine supplies high-performance dry-film lubricants and eco-friendly polishes to boating enthusiasts, professional sailors, and Olympians around the world.
Alongside Harken, Team McLube has served as the ‘Official Lubricant Supplier’ to the US Sailing teams, including the US Sailing Team, US Disabled Sailing Team, and the US Youth Worlds Team.
Nimbix is the leading provider of purpose-built cloud supercomputing for HPC, Machine Learning and AI applications. Its JARVICE™ XE multi-cloud HPC platform brings the power of JARVICE™ and the Nimbix Cloud to any on-premises cluster or multi-cloud environment, dramatically simplifying computing for HPC and AI applications within Energy, Life Sciences, Aerospace, Automotive, Electronics and other industries.
Nimbix is proud to be the Official Compute Partner of the US Sailing Team, working with the team on computer simulations for equipment development.
Marlow Ropes is a world leader in the development and manufacture of performance yachting rope, as well as industry-leading ropes for a wide range of industries including Leisure Marine, Fire/Rescue, Vehicle Recovery, Film/Theater, Arboriculture and Space Exploration.
Marlow serves as the official rope supplier of the US Sailing Team and US Sailing’s ODP through the Tokyo 2020 Games.
As the world’s number one sailing yacht builder – both mono and multi-hull – Groupe Beneteau has continued to quickly advance on the motorboat market and is now one of the world’s leading players. On both sail and motorboats, the Groupe Beneteau brands are able to offer more than 100 models ranging from 20 to 64 feet.
Both Beneteau and Jeanneau, two of Groupe Beneteau’s leading brands, have had a significant presence in high-performance sailing with their support of both the US Sailing Team and the World Cup Series Miami, North America’s premier Olympic classes regatta held annually in Miami each January.