Luke Muller wearing the Forerunner 945 while working on his boatIn training for Tokyo, and while racing on Sagami Bay this summer, the US Sailing Team used Garmin wearables and handhelds to provide both sailors and coaches meaningful insights.
The final fleet and medal race delivered what sailing fans live for; strategy, execution, and nail-biting finishes. Ian Barrows and Hans Henken tied for third place, barely missing the bronze medal by a tiebreaker and ultimately finishing 4th in the world. Andrew Mollerus and Ian MacDiarmid claimed sixth in the world.
Alex Temko and Fiona Wylde named National Champions in Clearwater, FL. Battling a wide range of conditions, the fleet experienced both the low end [6-7 knots] and high end, [14-15 knots], of the Slalom course. Alex Temko (Palm Harbor, Fla.) takes the win in a tie break over his training partner, Noah Lyons (Clearwater, Fla.).
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Top finishes from the USA 49er Mens Teams at the warm-up event on the same waters as Worlds coming up? We’ll take it! Way to go, Andrew Mollerus and Ian MacDiarmid on a podium silver medal finish and Ian Barrows and Hans Henken in 5th at Asian Championships!
Best of luck to all @collegesailing athletes competing in Annapolis this weekend for the ICSA Singlehanded Nationals, and to USST Athlete and defending Women’s National Champion, Charlotte Rose of @JacksonvilleU!