How to Watch The U.S. Paralympic Sailing Team
The Rio 2016 Paralympic Games will feature more ways to follow the action than ever before for fans in the United States.
US Sailing will provide multi-channel coverage, with comprehensive daily email reports sent directly to fans in addition to continuous social media coverage on Twitter (home for the latest updates), Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube. Anyone hoping to follow the Rio 2016 U.S. Paralympic Sailing Team of Rick Doerr (Clifton, N.J.), Brad Kendell (Tampa, Fla.) Hugh Freund (South Freeport, Maine), Ryan Porteous (San Diego, Calif.), Maureen McKinnon, (Marblehead, Mass.) and Dee Smith (Annapolis, Md.) will have a better view than during any previous Games.
For more details on how to follow the action, check out the US Sailing Team’s viewing guide below.
Compiled by the US Sailing Team communications staff in the Rio 2016 Sailing Press Center right after the end of racing each day in Brazil.
Our daily Rio Report digest is the best way to stay updated on the latest news during the Paralympics. Results, recaps, videos and photos will be included, as well as links to the best Team USA content.
Subscribe: The Rio Report: US Sailing Team News
Archive: Team Newsletter
@USSailingTeam social media channels will turn out world-class coverage on an hourly basis during Rio 2016. Follow on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Youtube:
- Facebook: US Sailing Team
- Twitter: @USSailingTeam
- Instagram: @USSailingTeam
- Video: US Sailing Team YouTube Channel
NOTE: The @USSailingTeam Twitter update feed will be very active and up-to-date on each day of racing, and is a great resource for the very latest information on all classes racing each day.
The racing will be available to watch in 2D and 3D via the live tracking. Live tracking will become available when racing commences.
Live Tracking via the Sailviewer-3D Tablet App will be available for devices with 7″ or greater screens.
World Sailing Links
Team USA & NBC Paralympics Broadcast
There will be no live video coverage of the Paralympic sailing completion provided by the Olympic Broadcast Service (OBS).
OBS will gather footage of Rio 2016 Paralympic sailing for later use by international broadcasters, and it is possible that footage will be used in recap programing by U.S. rights holder NBC Sports (or by Team USA’s communications team).
At this time, US Sailing has not been provided with information about when footage of the sailing competition could be broadcast either on TV or online. We will, of course, keep our fans fully updated by email and though social media as more information becomes available.