2024 Olympic Windsurfing Sea Trials – Equipment and Community Collide

US Sailing Team Women’s RS:X athlete, Farrah Hall (Annapolis, Md.), recently participated at the RS:X equipment sea trials for the 2024 Olympics. During the trials, World Sailing conducted comprehensive on the water testing and onshore evaluation of five equipment options to replace the Men’s and Women’s RS:X classes at the 2024 Games. Yesterday, World Sailing released that the iFoil has been recommended as the replacement equipment. Hall was one of the 20 athletes selected to test each piece of equipment and provide input to help inform this decision. Read for an inside look at her experience.

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US Sailing Names Siebel Coaches for New Program

US Sailing has announced the names of three Siebel Coaches who have been hired to lead their respective regions and provide mentorship and instruction to participating sailors of the new Siebel Sailors Program. The goal of this ground-breaking 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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Selection Process for the 2020 Youth Match Racing World Championship

US Sailing Announces Selection Process for the 2020 Youth Match Racing World Championship BRISTOL, R.I. (October 9, 2019) – The 2020 Youth Match Racing World Championship will be held in Auckland, New Zealand on February 25 through March 1, 2020. Teams will be racing in the Elliot 7. US Sailing announces that the selection process…Read More

Final Report: Bergan and Glass Claim Victory at 2019 Championship of Champions

The Championship of Champions, hosted by Stamford Yacht Club came to a close Sunday afternoon after three days of exciting racing in windy conditions on Long Island Sound. Dalton Bergan (Seattle, Wash.) and Ben Glass (Seattle, Wash.) won the event to claim the 2019 Jack Brown Trophy.

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2019 Kilroy Realty U.S. Match Racing Championship: Potts Retains Prince of Wales Bowl

Pearson Potts and his crew of Robert Savoie, Lucas Adams and Tim Siemers claimed the Prince of Wales Bowl and the U.S. Match Racing Championship for the second year running.

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Fostering the Future – The Coaches Behind US Sailing’s Olympic Development Program

US Sailing’s Olympic Development Program (ODP) was created to define a pathway for young athletes looking to pursue the most elite levels of the sport. The program primarily supports sailors by providing them with training resources and opportunities, a core staple of which is coaching from some of the best in the industry. Read on to discover the lasting impact the coaches at the ODP West Clinic had on the next generation of Olympic hopefuls. 

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Pascual and Hall Qualify USA for Country Representation at Tokyo 2020 Games

On Saturday, September 28, the 2019 RS:X World Championships concluded, delivering the next round of countries qualified for a berth at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. Pedro Pascual (West Palm Beach, Fla.) secured the sixth available country spot in the Men’s class and Farrah Hall (Annapolis, Md.) secured the eighth in the Women’s class.

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Naval Academy Wins 2019 U.S. Offshore Championship

For the first time since 2005, the U.S. Naval Academy Offshore Sailing Team has won the U.S. Offshore Sailing Championship. Sunday marked the third and final day of racing at the 2019 event, hosted by the Naval Academy on Chesapeake Bay.

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US Sailing Enters Partnership with Powerboat Supplier Zodiac Nautic

US Sailing and Zodiac Nautic, an industry leading powerboat supplier and distributer, have come to terms on an exciting new partnership. Zodiac is now an Official Partner of US Sailing and US Powerboating.

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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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