NSPS 2022 Postponed Due to Covid-19

It is with great disappointment that US Sailing has made the difficult decision to postpone the 2022 National Sailing Programs Symposium (NSPS) in Savannah, GA. FAQs included.

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3 Silver Medals and 1 Bronze for USA at 50th Youth Sailing World Championships

The USST’s Olympic Development Program’s 16 athletes wrapped a week of tough wind conditions and even tougher competition against the world’s best youth sailors at the 50th edition of the Youth Sailing World Championships.

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16 Youth Athletes Ready for Youth Worlds in Oman

From Hawaii to Florida, this year’s US Youth Worlds team is one of the widest representations of geographic diversity that has ever taken to the water on behalf of the US against the rest of the world.

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USA Radial Squad Wraps Up World Championship

The US ILCA Radial Squad completed a challenging World Championship in light wind. The conditions tested competitors’ patience and mental readiness throughout the 11 races as the race committee expertly navigated postponements and watched for building breeze.

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YETI Joins US Sailing Team as Partner

The US Sailing Team is proud to announce a partnership with YETI, a company that honors our oceans and understands what clean water means to our sport.

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USA Medals in 3 Classes at Inaugural Jr. Pan Am Games

Three USA athletes medaled in the inaugural Jr. Pan American Games after six races in the ILCA fleets and nine in the iQFoil over three days. 

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USA to Race at Inaugural Jr. Pan Am Games in Cali, Colombia

Four athletes from the US are racing at a brand-new event with a major incentive on the line: gold medalists at the inaugural Jr. Pan American Games will directly qualify for the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games.

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ILCA Radial Squad to Race in Oman for World Championship

The USA is competing in its second of three major events hosted in Oman. The ILCA Radial World Championship begins December 1 with 64 female athletes representing 30 countries.

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Story: US Sailing Team Integrates Garmin into their Training Program

Luke Muller wearing the Forerunner 945 while working on his boatIn training for Tokyo, and while racing on Sagami Bay this summer, the US Sailing Team used Garmin wearables and handhelds to provide both sailors and coaches meaningful insights.

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USA Wraps Skiff/Nacra Worlds with Best 49er Results in Decades

The final fleet and medal race delivered what sailing fans live for; strategy, execution, and nail-biting finishes. Ian Barrows and Hans Henken tied for third place, barely missing the bronze medal by a tiebreaker and ultimately finishing 4th in the world.  Andrew Mollerus and Ian MacDiarmid claimed sixth in the world. 

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