World Cup Series Event in Enoshima, Japan Comes to a Close

The first event of the 2018-19 World Cup Series came to a conclusion in Enoshima, Japan on Sunday, the second of two medal days to determine the final standings for this six-day World Sailing international regatta. US Sailing Team Men’s 470 team Stu McNay and Dave Hughes led the US Sailing Team with a fifth place finish.

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International Paralympic Committee Decides Not to Include Sailing for Paris 2024 Paralympic Games

US Sailing is disappointed to learn of the International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) decision not to include Sailing as part of the 2024 Paralympic Games Sports Program. The decision was made on Thursday, September 13 at an IPC Board meeting in Madrid, Spain.

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US Sailing Hires Peter Glass as Chief Marketing Officer

US Sailing added a new member to its leadership team with the hiring of sports marketing and branding professional, Peter Glass. The Chappaqua, N.Y. native will lead the Marketing and Communications Department at US Sailing.

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US Sailing Team Competes at Tokyo 2020 Olympic Venue

The world class international regattas in Japan this month offers members of the US Sailing Team an important opportunity to not only test themselves against the best Olympic class sailors in the world, but to acclimate themselves to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic venue and overall sailing conditions. The 2018-2019 World Cup Series is officially underway in Enoshima for six days of racing from September 11-16. Racing started on Tuesday.

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US Sailing Awards: Give Sailors the Recognition they Deserve – Submit a Nomination

US Sailing recognizes individuals and organizations who have made significant contributions to the sport of sailing. We are currently seeking nominations for the 2018 Awards. US Sailing relies on nominations from across the industry. Please consider bringing recognition to your colleagues in categories such as, community sailing, training and education, one-design, adaptive, sportsmanship, and race administration and management.

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US Sailing Symposiums in 2018 – Coming to a Sailing Community Near You!

US Sailing Symposiums and similar events foster local sailing communities coming together to learn, network, address common issues and challenges, while growing the sport of sailing in the U.S. Take a look at our menu of upcoming events coming to a sailing community in your area.

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Nicole Breault Wins Third U.S. Women’s Match Racing Championship

Nicole Breault ran the table at the 2018 U.S. Women’s Match Racing Championship, hosted by St. Francis Yacht Club, August 24-26. Without a single loss, Breault and her St. Francis Yacht Club crew of Molly Carapiet, Hannah Burroughs and Karen Loutzenheiser successfully defended their 2016 title.

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High Stakes at 2018 U.S. Women’s Match Racing Championship in San Francisco

Talented and accomplished sailors, a spectacular picturesque venue, skill development and coaching, networking, music, food and fun – all represent the positive attributes associated with the 2018 U.S. Women’s Match Racing Championship, hosted by the St. Francis Yacht Club in San Francisco on August 23-26, 2018.

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US Sailing Announces Selection System for 2019 Youth Sailing World Championships

US Sailing has released details of the athlete selection system for the 2019 Youth Sailing World Championships, held in Gdynia, Poland on July 13-19, 2019.

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Chubb U.S. Junior Championships: New Titlists Decided for Sears, Bemis, and Smythe

On Friday, over 90 sailors wrapped up a big week on Lake Erie and thanks to the countless volunteers from the North Cape Yacht Club these sailors enjoyed a fun and competitive week on the water with their peers. Friday’s racing produced three new champions at the 2018 Chubb U.S. Junior Sailing Championships, a US Sailing National Championship event.

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