The Sailing Foundation of New York raised over $300,000 for the US Sailing Team at the 2018 Golden Spinnaker Benefit Dinner, held on Friday, Sept. 28 at the iconic New York Yacht Club Harbour Court in Newport, RI. The special evening highlighted the incredible support of the sailing community to come together and bolster the hard working efforts of these athletes aspiring to compete at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.
The first event of the 2018-19 World Cup Series came to a conclusion in Enoshima, Japan on Sunday, the second of two medal days to determine the final standings for this six-day World Sailing international regatta. US Sailing Team Men’s 470 team Stu McNay and Dave Hughes led the US Sailing Team with a fifth place finish.
Check out the latest US Sailing Team 🇺🇸️ Supporter Collection by Helly Hansen, the Official Apparel Provider of the US Sailing Team. Support our athletes by purchasing any of these high-quality apparel items and a portion of the proceeds will go to the US Sailing Team. For jackets, fleece wear, polos and more, visit the US Sailing Team Supporter Collection - www.hellyhansen.com/en_us/shop/us-sailing-team-collection... See MoreSee Less
The Sailing Foundation of New York raised over 💲300,000 for the US Sailing Team at the 2018 Golden Spinnaker Benefit Dinner, held on Friday, Sept. 28 at the iconic New York Yacht Club-Harbour Court in Newport, RI. The special evening highlighted the incredible support of the sailing community to come together and bolster the hard working efforts of these athletes aspiring to compete at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. By renewing their longstanding tradition of support, the Sailing Foundation of New York and the New York Yacht Club - Main Page were recognized as US Sailing Team Gold Medal Partners. 🇺🇸️🥇 Learn more about this special event - www.ussailing.org/news/goldenspinnaker2018/... See MoreSee Less
US Sailing Team Athletes Join United States SailGP Team 🇺🇸️ ⛵ - SailGP announced the members of the United States SailGP Team, and revealed details of its two premier U.S. events, set to take place in San Francisco (May) and New York (June) in 2019. The five members of the U.S. SailGP Team are: Rome Kirby (helmsman); Riley Gibbs (wing trimmer); Hans Henken (flight controller); Mac Agnese (grinder); and Dan Morris (grinder). Gibbs (Nacra 17), Henken (49er) and Agnese (49er) are also actively campaigning for Tokyo 2020. Learn more - sailgp.com/news/SailGP-unveils-US-team/. Riley GibbsTeam Ryan HenkenSnow Agnese Sailing
United States SailGP Team Big day in the big apple for us yesterday, as we officially launched our SailGP team during a media day in New York City. Now the countdown to getting behind the wheel of our supercharged F50 is on! More here: sail.gp/USA 🇺🇸 ... See MoreSee Less
The U.S. Youth Olympic Sailing Team is ready to test themselves against the world's best at the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018 from October 6-18. The sailing events will welcome over 100 athletes aged 15-18 from 44 countries. The U.S. roster features Dominique Stater (Girls Windsurfing/pictured), Manuel Nores (Boys Windsurfing), Cameron Maramenides (Boys Kitesurfing), Nicolas Martin/AnaClare Sole (Mixed Multihull). #BuenosAires2018 - Report - www.ussailing.org/news/yog18-ussailing/... See MoreSee Less
US Sailing Team Laser Radial sailors Paige Railey took the Bronze 🥉 and Erika Reineke placed 5⃣th at Enoshima Olympic Week last week in Japan. Stu McNay & Dave Hughes finished 7⃣th in the Men's 470. Full Results - https://t.co/IUxNklRvoj
Three US Sailing Team 🇺🇸 entries have qualified for Saturday's Medal Races: Stephanie Roble/Maggie Shea, 49erFX, 8️⃣th place; Chris Rast/Trevor Burd, 49er, 🔟th place; Bora Gulari/Helena Scutt, Nacra 17, 🔟th place. #WCSEnoshima