US Sailing Siebel Sailors Program Announces $5 Million Matching Opportunity

Bristol, RI (December 16, 2021) – The Thomas and Stacey Siebel Foundation will match, dollar for dollar, up to $5 million, all gifts for the Siebel Sailors Program made to the US Sailing Foundation by December 31, 2022. This gift provides an opportunity for individual donors, businesses, and foundations to increase their impact twofold. “We are honored to continue and increase our support of this transformative program,” said Tom Siebel. “Our intent is to leverage our gift…Read More

16 Youth Athletes Ready for Youth Worlds in Oman

From Hawaii to Florida, this year’s US Youth Worlds team is one of the widest representations of geographic diversity that has ever taken to the water on behalf of the US against the rest of the world.

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Bill Koch Named to US Sailing Foundation Board of Directors

[caption id="attachment_33039" align="alignright" width="492"] William I. "Bill" Koch - New Member of US Sailing Foundation Board of Directors Photo: Carrie Bradburn/CAPEHART[/caption] BRISTOL, RI (December 7, 2021) — The US Sailing Foundation is honored to announce the addition of legendary sailor and businessman William I. "Bill" Koch to its Board of Directors. Koch will serve on…Read More

USA Radial Squad Wraps Up World Championship

The US ILCA Radial Squad completed a challenging World Championship in light wind. The conditions tested competitors’ patience and mental readiness throughout the 11 races as the race committee expertly navigated postponements and watched for building breeze.

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YETI Joins US Sailing Team as Partner

The US Sailing Team is proud to announce a partnership with YETI, a company that honors our oceans and understands what clean water means to our sport.

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USA Medals in 3 Classes at Inaugural Jr. Pan Am Games

Three USA athletes medaled in the inaugural Jr. Pan American Games after six races in the ILCA fleets and nine in the iQFoil over three days. 

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US Sailing Foundation Announces the First Ever Kevin Burnham Memorial Award —Nominations Are Now Open

[caption id="attachment_33375" align="aligncenter" width="774"] Kevin Burnham (right) with Paul Foerster at 2004 Olympic Games (Photo by Daniel Forster).[/caption]   BRISTOL, RI (November 30, 2021) — The US Sailing Foundation has announced an award to honor Athens 2004 Olympic Gold Medalist Kevin Burnham, open to sailors who compete or previously competed in Olympic classes and/or the…Read More

USA to Race at Inaugural Jr. Pan Am Games in Cali, Colombia

Four athletes from the US are racing at a brand-new event with a major incentive on the line: gold medalists at the inaugural Jr. Pan American Games will directly qualify for the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games.

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ILCA Radial Squad to Race in Oman for World Championship

The USA is competing in its second of three major events hosted in Oman. The ILCA Radial World Championship begins December 1 with 64 female athletes representing 30 countries.

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Story: US Sailing Team Integrates Garmin into their Training Program

Luke Muller wearing the Forerunner 945 while working on his boatIn training for Tokyo, and while racing on Sagami Bay this summer, the US Sailing Team used Garmin wearables and handhelds to provide both sailors and coaches meaningful insights.

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