Making Accessibility a Reality at HRCS

By Jay Baum, Educator and Secretary of the US Sailing's DEI Committee.  If you have expectations as to whom you might see getting ready to sail off the dock at Manhattan’s Dyckman Marina, you might want to take a step back and reset your expectations. You might want to take a step back anyway, just…Read More

Nacra 17 Worlds: Regatta 2 of 2 for Paris 2024 Selection

Racing begins May 7th and continues through May 12th for the Nacra 17 World Championship, the second event of the two regatta process to select the Nacra 17 representatives for Paris 2024.

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The Team Behind the Team

It’s not just coaching. The US Sailing Team supports our athletes throughout the pre-training period and six days of intense racing with logistical and operational support, physical therapy and recovery work, nutrition consulting, sports psychology, meteorology, rules advice, and more. It takes a village, and we’re taking you behind the scenes for a look into what it makes it happen.

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US Sailing Awards Rescue Medal for 2023 Soling Nationals Rescue

[caption id="attachment_41603" align="alignleft" width="387"] From left: Kent Smith, John Kiener, Richard Traub, John Kennedy, Robert Nickel[/caption] BRISTOL, RI (March 25, 2024) – The US Sailing Safety at Sea Committee has awarded the Arthur B. Hanson Rescue Medal to five Chicago-area sailors for saving the life of a skipper who had fallen overboard. The medals were…Read More

8th for Mollerus / MacDiarmid and Halfway to Paris 2024 49erFX Selection

After six days of racing, the USA is coming away with a Top 10 world ranking in the 49er for Andrew Mollerus and Ian MacDiarmid, and we’ve reached the halfway point of selection for the Paris 2024 49erFX representatives.

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SILVER for Roe & Mertz at Youth Worlds, Five Top-10 Finishes for USA

After five days of racing just east of Rio de Janeiro, the US brought home a silver medal in Nacra 15 at the 2023 Youth Sailing World Championship in Búzios, Brazil. Overall, the US Youth Team saw five top-ten finishes across 10 disciplines in one of the most competitive youth regattas in the world with 61 nations represented and 400+ athletes. 

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US Sailing Youth Thanksgiving Racing Camp Recap

Special Report   A debrief from US Sailing's Youth Competition Manager, John Pearce, on the annual US Sailing Youth Thanksgiving Racing Camp that took place in Miami, Florida November 24-26. Phil Muller, US Sailing's new Youth Performance Manager, led the camp and had a great weekend on the water working with the next generation of…Read More

Medal Haul Continues for Team USA, Winningest Country of 2023 Pan Am Games

As the final day of the Pan Am Games sailing event comes to a close with medal races in seven classes, Team USA continues their success with four more medals. This brings the total US Sailing Team medal count to nine: four gold, three silver, and two bronze. Team USA is also leaving Algarrobo with the most medals and the most Gold medals of the 27 participating countries. 

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Pahuatini Rounds Out 2023 Youth Worlds Team, Selection Procedures for 2024 Youth Worlds Announced

Hawaii’s own Mani Pahuatini was selected after resume review to represent the United States in the Boy’s Formula Kite at the 2023 Youth Worlds, set to race in Búzios, Brazil from December 8-16. + Selection Procedures announced for 2024 Youth Worlds

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US Sailing Announces 2023 Pan American Games Team to Represent USA in Santiago, Chile

US Sailing is proud to announce the 19 athletes who will take the international stage for one of the premier global sailing events every four years: the Pan American Games. The racing will take place in Algarrobo, Chile, just over an hour’s drive west of Santiago, with competition from October 28 through November 5, 2023.

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