US Sailing and Malcolm Page, Chief of Olympic Sailing, Agree to Part Ways

US Sailing and Malcolm Page, Chief of Olympic Sailing, announced that they have agreed to part ways. Page will be leaving US Sailing and returning to his home in Australia. He will be working with US Sailing Team staff and coaches on transition activities through the end of October, 2019.

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Sailing Comes First at the Beverly Yacht Club

#MalloryTrophy19 at the Beverly Yacht Club. — US Sailing 🇺🇸⛵️ (@ussailing) September 6, 2019   Through all the adversity and challenges the Beverly Yacht Club (BYC) has endured since the club was founded in 1872, the most important objective of the club remains true today - sailing comes first. From the Great War and…Read More

US Sailing Announces First Round of Siebel Centers

Treasure Island Sailing Center, DC Sail, and Columbia Sailing School have been selected as Primary Siebel Centers. In April, US Sailing announced a new community sailing program made possible by a major donation from the Thomas and Stacey Siebel Foundation. The purpose of this ground-breaking Siebel Sailors Program is to increase diversity and opportunity in the sport of sailing by providing resources and support to youth sailors at public access sailing centers across the country.

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What Makes Sailing So Special – Josh Toso’s Reflections from J/24 Nationals

[caption id="attachment_19692" align="aligncenter" width="512"] Josh Toso, Marty Gallagher, Elisa Schneider, Beau DeLapouyade, Valerie Bucholtz[/caption] By Josh Toso A week before the start of J/24 Nationals I was presented with the opportunity to hop on a crew for the regatta. A buddy of mine, whom I have sailed against for many years and a couple times…Read More

Chesapeake Bay Yacht Racing Association Wins 2019 Mallory Trophy

The 13 teams representing their Regional Sailing Associations were challenged by the fast-paced action with varying conditions on Buzzards Bay over four days at the 2019 U.S. Adult Sailing Championship for the Mallory Trophy, hosted by the Beverly Yacht Club. John Loe and his team representing the Chesapeake Bay Yacht Racing Association and the Annapolis Yacht Club earned the win on Sunday in a closely contested final round. The winning crew includes Jake Doyle, Jamie Gilman, and Robbie Deane.

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US Sailing and the Sperry Local Ambassador Program – Michael Ramming

US Sailing and Sperry have partnered to recognize local sailors for contributions made to their respective sailing communities. Sperry Local Ambassadors have a passion for sailing and they share that passion with others to get out on the water and support the growth of our sport. The Sperry Local Ambassador for the 2019 U.S. Team…Read More

2019 U.S. Team Racing Championship Wraps in Newport Beach

The 2019 U.S. Team Racing Championship for the historic George R. Hinman Trophy is coming to spectacular Newport Beach, Calif. this week. This US Sailing National Championship, hosted by Newport Harbor Yacht Club, features three days of racing beginning Friday, August 16 through Sunday, August 18. The 2019 U.S. Team Racing Championship is sponsored by Hobie Polarized and Sperry.

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Blecher Wins First U.S. Women’s Match Racing Championship

Allie Blecher (Long Beach, Calif.) won the 17th U.S. Women’s Match Racing Championship with a 2-0 victory over Giselle Camet Nyenhuis (San Diego, Calif.).

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Report Released on March 2019 Monterey Bay Fatality Incident

Through a collaborative effort between US Sailing and the Monterey Peninsula Yacht Club (MPYC) and support from the U.S. Coast Guard, a US Sailing independent working party has released a report on the crew overboard and fatality incident March 13, 2019 on Monterey Bay.

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Sailing Community Mourns Loss of Sandra Tartaglino

An active sailor and longtime supporter of the sport tragically died from a collision during a regatta on Sunday, August 11 near the Claiborne Pell Bridge in Newport, R.I. Sandra G. Tartaglino, 60, of Tiverton, R.I, will be greatly missed by everyone who had the opportunity to know her.

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