2020 U.S. Match Racing Championship Cancelled – Look Ahead to 2021 in Long Beach

[caption id="attachment_20147" align="aligncenter" width="561"] Action from the 2019 U.S. Match Racing Championship, hosted by the St. Francis Yacht Club in San Francisco.[/caption] BRISTOL, R.I. (July 2, 2020) - US Sailing and the U.S. Match Racing Championships Committee have announced the cancellation of the 2020 U.S. Match Racing Championship, originally scheduled to be hosted by the…Read More

Introducing Youth Racing Central!

In collaboration with the leading voices in our sport, US Sailing brings you Youth Racing Central created to support you and your sailing goals. Youth Racing Central provides unlimited access to videos featuring racing tips and development strategies from sailing experts.

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Siebel Sailors Program Expands to Oregon and Washington

Sail Sand Point Selected as Primary Siebel Center, The Center for Wooden Boats and Gorge Junior Sailing Selected to Serve as Supporting Siebel Centers Michael Cornew - Siebel Program Coach for the Pacific Northwest Region BRISTOL, R.I. (June 30, 2020) – US Sailing’s new and growing youth development program is expanding to include the states…Read More

NSPS Postponed to January 2022

The National Sailing Programs Symposium (NSPS) has been postponed to January 27-29, 2022 and will be hosted by The DeSoto in historic Savannah, Ga.

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Kyle Easton Named 2019-20 Robert H. Hobbs Sportsman of the Year for College Sailing 

The Robert H. Hobbs Sportsmanship Award is awarded annually to the Sportsman of the Year for college sailing. The trophy honors Robert Hobbs (MIT ’64), past Executive Vice President of ICSA, past President of US Sailing (1992-1994), and former chair of the U.S. Sailing Olympic Committee. This year’s winner is Kyle Easton (Winchester, Mass.), a senior at Hobart and William Smith Colleges.

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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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