US Sailing Team Athletes Race Skiff Generation Series Event in Miami

It was a skiff family reunion down in Miami, Florida last weekend at the Skiff Generation Grand Prix, a brand new training platform for U.S. high-performance sailing development featuring three skiff classes in one regatta: the 49er, 49er FX, and the 29er. Seven US Sailing Team athletes hit the water on Biscayne Bay for eight races over two days and swept the podium as they started their first real racing in months.

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US Sailing to Expand High Performance Training Opportunities for Youth in 2021

Following recent announcements from World Sailing regarding changes to the dates and venues for the 2021 and 2022 Youth Sailing World Championships, US Sailing is planning an expanded training schedule and regimen to continue raising the bar for high-performance sailing in 2021. With support from the America One Foundation and Quantum Racing, the updated and expanded schedule of clinics and regattas will be released in early 2021.

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Preview: Annapolis Yacht Club Double Handed Distance Race

On Saturday, October 3, 2020, 38 double handed offshore teams will convene in Annapolis for the second annual Annapolis Yacht Club Double Handed Distance Race.

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Dialing the Racing Mindset at Oakcliff Triple Crown

Carmen & Emma Cowles provide insight on their return to racing and their mindset around the course.

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Final Report from Oakcliff Triple Crown Stage One

The first stage of the Oakcliff Triple Crown Series has concluded with US Sailing Team athletes Stu McNay / Huges, & the Cowles twins comfortably taking first and second place, respectively.

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Maggie Shea & Judge Ryan Elected to represent US Sailing on USOPC Athlete Advisory Council

Thursday, September 24, 2020 (BRISTOL, R.I.) – In an effort to ensure athlete voices are able to communicate on behalf of their interests and protect their rights, the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) Athlete Advisory Council (AAC) has brought elected representatives from each National Governing Body (NGB) together in cooperative support of the…Read More

Charlie Buckingham Wins Italian Championship

On the final day of the Olympic Classes International Italian Championship (CICO), Charlie Buckingham (Newport Beach, Calif.) clinched his victory in the Men’s Laser fleet.

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Strong Return to Racing for U.S. Athletes: Roble and Shea Earn Silver in Kiel

After a six-month hiatus, U.S. Olympic class sailors return to racing for the 2020 Kiel Week Regatta. After getting back on the water Roble and Shea clinch Silver and Buckingham secures 4th overall.

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Sailing Foundation of New York Supports Tokyo-Bound US Sailing Team Athletes

US Sailing is very pleased to share that The Sailing Foundation of New York (SFNY) has voted to provide direct athlete support to the sailors who have been selected to compete as part of Team USA next summer at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. SFNY is one of the longest-standing supporters of both Olympic-class athletes…Read More

Stu McNay and David Hughes Earn Selection for Tokyo 2020 Games

U.S. Men’s 470 athletes, Stu McNay (Providence, R.I) and David Hughes (Miami, Fla.) have officially earned selection to the Tokyo 2020 U.S. Olympic Sailing Team and are nominated to Team USA.

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