Tom Duggan (USA) Discusses PRO Appointment for Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

Tom Duggan (East Sandwich, Mass.) of the USA will head the Race Management Team as the Principal Race Officer (PRO). Duggan was PRO at the Ready Steady Tokyo – Sailing Olympic test event in August and has many years of international experience across the sport.

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Pascual and Hall Clinch Olympic Tickets While Nores Delivers U21 Medal

The final day of racing at the 2020 RS:X World Championships came to a close today, resulting in two more US Sailing Team athletes claiming their tickets to the Tokyo Olympic Games. Farrah Hall (Annapolis, Md.) and Pedro Pascual (West Palm Beach, Fla.) both have earned selection to the 2020 U.S. Olympic Sailing Team and will proudly compete in Enoshima at the Summer Games.

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Siebel Coaches Train at United States Olympic and Paralympic Center

  By Chris Childers I have always really enjoyed teaching. Yes, teaching sailing in particular, but teaching generally is always something that I have gravitated towards. I started teaching sailing at 16, and I have stuck with it for so long now because it combines these two things that I love so much. Last week,…Read More

US Sailing and the Sperry Local Ambassador Program – Katie Tinder

  US Sailing and Sperry have partnered to recognize local sailors for contributions made to their respective sailing communities. Sperry Local Ambassadors have a passion for sailing and they share that passion with others to get out on the water and support the growth of our sport. Meet Katie Tinder from Chicago, Illinois Katie Tinder…Read More

Roble/Shea Win Bronze and First Round of Athletes Qualify for Tokyo Games

Daily updates from the 2020 Men’s Laser and 49er, 49erFX, and Nacra 17 World Championships held in Melbourne, Austrlia.

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US Sailing Announces 2019 Rolex Yachtsmen and Yachtswoman of the Year Winners Aboard USS Midway

On Thursday night under the stars aboard the historic and storied USS Midway in San Diego at Navy Pier, the best best U.S. sailor athletes of 2019 were honored among family, friends, peers, competitors, and contributors to the sport of sailing. International 505 World Champions, Mike Martin and Adam Lowry and IKA Formula Kite Class World Champion Daniela Moroz earned this year’s special distinction.

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US Sailing Honors Association Award Winners for Contributions to the Sport

The annual US Sailing Association Award winners were celebrated Thursday evening aboard the USS Midway in San Diego at the US Sailing Awards Night Celebration. Award winners were honored for their contributions to the sport of sailing in the United States. To celebrate the accomplishments of these individuals and organizations, US Sailing recognized them as part of the 2020 Sailing Leadership Forum in San Diego this week.

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Community Sailing, National One-Design Award Winners Recognized at Sailing Leadership Forum

US Sailing is proud to announce the winners of the annual Community Sailing and National One-Design Award, who have been chosen for their contributions to the sport of sailing in the United States. To celebrate the accomplishments of the individuals and organizations responsible for advancing sailing within both their respective areas of focus and their communities, US Sailing recognized these contributors on Thursday, February 6 2020, at the 2020 Sailing Leadership Forum in San Diego, Calif.

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US Sailing Announces New Partnership with Industry Leading Life Jacket Provider MTI

US Sailing and MTI, an industry leading lifejacket manufacturer, have are working together on an exciting, new partnership. MTI is now an Official Partner of US Sailing and the Siebel Sailors Program.

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Gibbs and Weis Take Gold at Pre-Worlds

Riley Gibbs (Long Beach, Calif.) and Anna Weis (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) used superior upwind boat speed to win the Oceania Championship. On a blustery final day, the American pair finished the day’s races in first and third and won the regatta by three points.

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