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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US Sailing Announces Revised Selection Procedures for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Sailing Team

As a result of the postponement of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, US Sailing has updated the Athlete Selection Procedures for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Sailing Team in accordance with Guiding Principles from the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC).

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US Sailing Mourns the Passing of National Judge, Club Race Officer Paul Kresge

US Sailing marks with sorrow the loss of Paul Kresge (Dillon, Colo.) on June 13, 2020. A National Judge and a Club Race Officer, Paul lent his expertise to many events around the country.

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Olympic Medalist Caleb Paine Steps Away from Tokyo 2020 Campaign

After a long, successful career competing for the US Sailing Team in the Finn class, Caleb Paine (San Diego, Calif.) has decided to end his campaign for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and turn his focus to other areas of the sport.

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Adaptive Sailing Program Considerations in a COVID-19 Environment: Starboard Portal on Tuesday, June 23:

There are many factors for community sailing centers and yacht clubs to consider before starting an adaptive sailing program or re-starting existing adaptive programming in a COVID-19 environment. A group of experienced adaptive sailing programmers will discuss these considerations LIVE on The Starboard Portal on Tuesday, June 23 at 2pm EDT / 11am PDT.

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Adapting to Sailing and Thriving

Quemuel Arroyo grew up on an island, but when that island is Manhattan, the nearest yacht club might not be the sort of place you can just wander into.

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Accomplished Race Official Mark Murphy Passes Away

US Sailing notes with deep sorrow the passing of Mark Murphy (Annapolis, Md.) on June 10, 2020. Mark’s accomplishments as a race official, yacht club leader and great friend were many.

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SafeSport Updates for the Sailing Community

As part of US Sailing’s continuing effort to ensure safe environments for young sailors, we have an important update for our member organizations regarding the SafeSport program that will enhance the sailing community’s ability to proactively address instances of abuse and misconduct in our sport.

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US Sailing Update with Jack Gierhart

Jack Gierhart, CEO of US Sailing, provides an update on the state of sailing here in the U.S. as we look ahead to summer sailing activities around the country.

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U.S. Women’s Match Racing Championship Postponed to 2021 in San Diego

Following weeks of collaboration and consultation, US Sailing and the San Diego Yacht Club have officially decided to reschedule the 2020 U.S. Women’s Match Racing Championship to the summer of 2021.

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