Tom Whitehurst Wins 2021 U.S. Multihull Championship

Tom Whitehurst (Pensacola, FL) won the 2021 U.S. Multihull Championship, sailed from November 1-5, and hosted by the Formula Wave Class and Corpus Christi Yacht Club. According to event Co-Chair Ben Wells, the Formula Wave fleet of 77 competitors was the largest U.S. Multihull Championship in recent history, with sailors representing 28 states and three countries.

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Corpus Christi Yacht Club to Host U.S. Multihull Championship Next Week

Last but certainly not least in the 2021 US Sailing Championship Season, Corpus Christi Yacht Club and the Formula Wave Class will host the U.S. Multihull Championship on November 1-5. The Regatta, sailed in Formula Wave Class boats, will see 80 sailors from across the country compete for the Hobie Alter Trophy.

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US Sailing Announces Selection Procedures for 2022 Youth Sailing World Championships

The selection procedures for 2022 Youth Sailing World Championships are officially solidified. US Sailing is excited to announce the criteria and qualification outlines and looks forward to the 2022 selection season.

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International Federation World Sailing Kick-Starts Reinstatement Bid for the Paralympic Games in Los Angeles 2028

World Sailing, the international federation for the sport of sailing recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), today officially kick-started their campaign for sailing to be reinstated at the Paralympic Games in Los Angeles (USA) in 2028.

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Gulf Yachting Association Team Takes Top Spot at 2021 U.S. Adult Sailing Championship

KEMAH, TX. (October 24, 2021) — After four days of racing on Gavelston Bay, Max Albert (Pontchartrain YC) and his crew representing the Gulf Yachting Association won the U.S. Adult Sailing Championship and the Clifford D. Mallory Trophy. Albert sailed with Andrew Brennan, Matthew Dupuy, and Eddie Adams. The 2021 U.S. Adult Sailing Championship was…Read More

IQFoil European Championships Wrapped, USA Looking to Future as iQFoil Squad Takes Shape

The iQFoil European Championships concluded on October 28 in Marseille, France, the future sailing venue of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. It was the first international event for three USA iQFoil athletes since the equipment’s official Olympic designation earlier this year and a wonderful opportunity for the group to check in with the broader fleet early in the Paris 2024 campaign quad. 

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Texas Corinthian Yacht Club to Host U.S. Adult Sailing Championship This Weekend

KEMAH, TX. (October 20, 2021) —From Hawaii to Rhode Island, some of the country’s best adult sailors will head to Texas for a weekend of competition and camaraderie at the 2021 U.S. Adult Sailing Championship. The event is sailed in Sonars, and practice will start on Wednesday, October 20, with racing Thursday through Sunday. Nine…Read More

Daniela Moroz Claims Fifth Consecutive Formula Kite World Champion Title

After much anticipation during the light wind postponement on shore, Daniela Moroz (Lafayette, Calif.) took the win in her final race, securing her fifth Women’s Formula Kite World Champion title. Under the new scoring system that will be utilized in the kite’s Paris 2024 debut, Moroz only needed one more race win on the final day of racing to bring home the gold.

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Five Fleet Champions Crowned at 2021 U.S. Youth Sailing Championship

[caption id="attachment_32293" align="alignright" width="640"] Photo: Santiago Guerrero[/caption] ARAPAHOE, N.C. (October 11, 2021) — While there was plenty of entertainment to be had during the social events and on-land activities at the 2021 U.S. Youth Sailing Championships, the real fun of the weekend happened on the waters of the Neuse River. There, more than 150 athletes,…Read More

2021 U.S. Youth Sailing Championship, Day 2 Wrap-Up

ARAPAHOE, N.C. (October 10, 2021) —With two of three full days of racing under their belts, the 156 young sailors competing at the U.S. Youth Sailing Championship are making their positions known within their respective fleets. Hosted at YMCA Camp Sea Gull and Camp Seafarer, the regatta saw its second day of strong breeze and…Read More