49er

Ian MacDiarmid

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49er

Ian MacDiarmid

Ian MacDiarmid has been ripping across the water on fast sailboats since he was 4 years old. Born in San Diego, California and raised in South Florida, Ian’s career as a sailing athlete has been defined by innovative skills progression and breakthrough achievement at the national, continental, and international level.

Ian was a member of the United States Opti National Team and was selected to represent the USA in seven international championships by the age of 13, including two consecutive IODA European Championships. An early adopter to innovative and high-speed skiff-style sailing, Ian had great success in the International 29er class, highlighted by a win at the 2016 International Orange Bowl Regatta and 2nd place finishes at the 2015 29er US Nationals and North American Championship. He has trained and competed in various foiling multihull fleets including the Oracle Foiling Phantoms, A Cats, and the Red Bull Foiling Generation.

In his transition into the Olympic 49er, Ian found immediate success. He was the 2016 Olympic 49er US National Champion and the top American 49er in the 2017 Miami World Cup, earning a spot on the US Sailing Team. He and his helm, Andrew Mollerus, were the top Americans at the 2019 Palma event, earning the right to represent the nation in the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru and the Tokyo Olympic Test Event in August 2019. Ian is now campaigning for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

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Ian MacDiarmid has been ripping across the water on fast sailboats since he was 4 years old. Born in San Diego, California and raised in South Florida, Ian’s career as a sailing athlete has been defined by innovative skills progression and breakthrough achievement at the national, continental, and international level.

Ian was a member of the United States Opti National Team and was selected to represent the USA in seven international championships by the age of 13, including two consecutive IODA European Championships. An early adopter to innovative and high-speed skiff-style sailing, Ian had great success in the International 29er class, highlighted by a win at the 2016 International Orange Bowl Regatta and 2nd place finishes at the 2015 29er US Nationals and North American Championship. He has trained and competed in various foiling multihull fleets including the Oracle Foiling Phantoms, A Cats, and the Red Bull Foiling Generation.

In his transition into the Olympic 49er, Ian found immediate success. He was the 2016 Olympic 49er US National Champion and the top American 49er in the 2017 Miami World Cup, earning a spot on the US Sailing Team. He and his helm, Andrew Mollerus, were the top Americans at the 2019 Palma event, earning the right to represent the nation in the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru and the Tokyo Olympic Test Event in August 2019. Ian is now campaigning for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

Date of Birth: 09-28-98
Hometown: Delray Beach, FL
Lives In: Delray Beach, FL
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Sailing Achievements

Sailing Achievements:

8th, 49er, Hempel World Cup Series Enoshima (Enoshima, JPN), 2019

16th, 49er, Ready Steady Tokyo – Sailing Olympic Test Event (Enoshima, JPN), 2019

4th, 49er, Pan American Games Lima 2019 (Paracas, PER), 2019

17th, 49er, 50th Trofeo S.A.R. Princesa Sofia (Palma de Mallorca, ESP), 2019

4th, 49er, Oakcliff Sailing Triple Crown #3 (Oyster Bay, USA), 2018

1st, 470, Oakcliff Sailing Triple Crown #3 (Oyster Bay, NY, USA), 2017

11th, 470, 470 Class Japan Championships (Enoshima, JPN), 2017

12th, 470, Aarhus Sailing World Championship Test Event (Egaa Havn, DEN), 2017

10th, 49er, SWC Series Round 1 – Miami (Miami, USA), 2018

5th, 49er, Cork OCR (Kingston, CAN), 2016

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About:

Date of Birth: 09-28-98
Hometown: Delray Beach, FL
Lives In: Delray Beach, FL
Education:
Club:

Sailing Achievements:

8th, 49er, Hempel World Cup Series Enoshima (Enoshima, JPN), 2019

16th, 49er, Ready Steady Tokyo – Sailing Olympic Test Event (Enoshima, JPN), 2019

4th, 49er, Pan American Games Lima 2019 (Paracas, PER), 2019

17th, 49er, 50th Trofeo S.A.R. Princesa Sofia (Palma de Mallorca, ESP), 2019

4th, 49er, Oakcliff Sailing Triple Crown #3 (Oyster Bay, USA), 2018

1st, 470, Oakcliff Sailing Triple Crown #3 (Oyster Bay, NY, USA), 2017

11th, 470, 470 Class Japan Championships (Enoshima, JPN), 2017

12th, 470, Aarhus Sailing World Championship Test Event (Egaa Havn, DEN), 2017

10th, 49er, SWC Series Round 1 – Miami (Miami, USA), 2018

5th, 49er, Cork OCR (Kingston, CAN), 2016