WATCH LIVE: 2017 College Sailing National Championships

Livestream Powered by US Sailing US Sailing has partnered with the Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) to provide live video broadcast coverage of the 2017 College Sailing National Championships from Charleston, S.C. Livestream Broadcast Schedule Friday, May 26 @ 9:30 am EST (1 day): Sperry Women's National Championships Saturday, May 27 through Monday, May 29 @…Read More

US Sailing Seeking Presentation Proposals for Sailing Leadership Forum 2018

US Sailing is seeking a broad range of presentations and presenters for Sailing Leadership Forum 2018 at the TradeWinds Island Grand Resort in St. Pete Beach, Fla. on February 1-3, 2018. Do you want to present on a topic? - Submit the Session and Speaker Information Forms Do you have expertise to share but don’t…Read More

Helly Hansen Selected To Outfit US Sailing Team Through 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 22, 2017 Portsmouth, R.I. - US Sailing and Helly Hansen, a global leader in sailing apparel, have announced a new partnership to support the US Sailing Team. Helly Hansen has been named as the exclusive apparel provider for national team sailors through 2020. "As US Sailing Team athletes compete around the world, it is of critical importance that they are equipped with the best technical…Read More

Sailor of the Month – Graceann Nicolosi

The Yale coed sailing team has completed a dominant regular season and are now preparing for the ICSA Semifinal National Championship in Charleston, S.C. in early June. The Bulldogs captured more individual awards than any team in NEISA, including Rookie of the Year. Reports indicate that Freshman Graceann Nicolosi became the first crew to earn…Read More

11th Hour Racing Awards Grant to US Sailing’s Reach Initiative

PORTSMOUTH, R.I. (May 16, 2017) – US Sailing, the National Governing Body of the sport, is proud to announce a multi-year partnership with 11th Hour Racing, a program of The Schmidt Family Foundation that specializes in fostering strategic partnerships within the sailing and marine communities to promote collaborative systemic change for the health of our…Read More

2017 IWKC

2017 International Women's Keelboat Championship Comes To Mexico   PORTSMOUTH, R.I. (May 15, 2017) - For the first time in event history, the storied International Women’s Keelboat Championship (IWKC) will be contested outside the United States! The revitalized championship, organized by US Sailing, will offer women sailors an opportunity for high quality racing in J/70…Read More

US Sailing Revises Youth Worlds Athlete Selection for RS:X

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 11, 2016 Portsmouth, R.I. - US Sailing today announced a revision to the athlete selection procedures for American RS:X board sailing athletes aiming to represent the United States at the 2017 Youth Sailing World Championships in Sanya, China (December 9-16, 2017). The premier event in youth sailing, and a proven pathway for future Olympic medalists, over 400 sailors from approximately 60 nations…Read More

An Update to Members Regarding Proposed Legislation in Maryland, Florida

Dear US Sailing Members, Maryland and Florida have proposed legislation that could adversely impact our sport. This is an update sharing the good news regarding  Maryland Senate Bill 1147 - State Boat Act and  Florida Senate Bill 1242 - Salt Water Boat Act. Earlier this year, US Sailing received numerous communications from our members and…Read More

US Sailing Team Unveils New Logo For New Era

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 10, 2017 Portsmouth, R.I. - US Sailing today released a new logo for the US Sailing Team, which will adorn national team athletes during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic quadrennium and beyond. The top sailors and teams in each Olympic class are selected annually for the national team roster. US Sailing helps these athletes with financial, logistical, coaching, technical,…Read More

Jobson Introduces Sailing to Thailand Youth

Photo gallery Sailing Diplomacy By Gary Jobson As I spoke to 40 youngsters in Thailand, I studied their faces carefully. The 20 boys and 20 girls ranged in age from 8 to 18. Not one of them had ever been on a sailboat. Over the next two days, me and a group of instructors from…Read More