A New Day for Offshore Sailing as Opportunities Grow

With the inclusion of offshore sailing into the 2024 Olympics, a new spotlight shines onto a previously established area of our sport. Veteran doublehanded offshore sailors can now fight for Gold, and Olympic hopefuls can forge a new pathway to their dream. A vast majority of sailors may also see a fresh opportunity to get out on the water.

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US Sailing’s Reach Initiative: 2019 Impact Report; Apply for Reach Grant by March 13

US Sailing’s Reach program has released it’s 2019 Impact Report. Launched in 2012, Reach is US Sailing’s STEM education initiative. Since it’s inception, Reach has had an immeasurable impact on youth across the country who are learning Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math concepts using sailing as an educational platform.

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US Sailing Announces Sponsorship Extension with Gowrie and Chubb

US Sailing and Gowrie Group / Chubb have announced a new multi-year sponsorship extension with the goal of supporting sailors and sailing organizations in the U.S. with high quality and effective insurance programs and resources.

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Parkin Discusses Silver Medal Performance at Youth Match Racing Worlds

The team of Jack Parkin, Jacob Rosenberg, Wiley Rogers, Victoria Thompson, and Bram Brakman of the United States earned the Silver Medal at the HARKEN Youth Match Racing World Championship, the highest finish for the U.S. in event history.

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2020 Youth Racing Season Preview – U.S. Junior Women’s Singlehanded & Doublehanded Championships

Welcome to the first installment of the 2020 Season Preview. In this series of articles, we will be taking an in depth look at regattas on the 2020 calendar, including US Sailing Championships, USA Junior Olympic Sailing Festivals, and Class Association regattas.

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Supporting Centers for Siebel Sailors Program Announced

US Sailing has named Supporting Centers for the Siebel Sailors Program: Alameda Community Sailing Center (Calif.), Golden Gate Yacht Club Youth Sailing Foundation (Calif.), Sheridan Shore Sailing School (Ill.), Jackson Park Yacht Club Foundation (Ill.), Sheboygan Youth Sailing Center (Wis.), Downtown Sailing Center (Md.), and Baltimore County Sailing Center (Md.)

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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