by Sail Staff, Posted August 23, 2007By Morgan LarsonAs I recline my chairback on United #888,outbound for SFO and home, I look back over twelve days in Qingdao. After eleven days of sailing (sort of) in 3-6 knots, all I can think about now is the rush of the medal race and how exhilarating it was for Pete Spaulding and me to race a 49er around the track with nine other elite teams in 20 knots of wind against
by Sail Staff, Posted June 30, 2008By Kimball LivingstonWhatever happens in Tuesday's final races for the US Youth Sailing Championship on San Francisco Bay, the action in the Club 420 comes down to two boats. Look at Tyler Sinks/Briana Provancha leading by one point after two of three race days, and Joseph Morris/Justin Doane hot on the trail. Scores by
by Daniel Berke, Posted August 13, 2009This past weekend, the Star Class World Championship ended in a riveting come-from-behind win for Americans George Szabo and Rick Peters of US Sailing Team AlphaGraphics. Despite a discouraging “throw-away” first race (54 of 86 boats), Szabo and Peters persevered and sailed to victory in the second race, earning themselves the gold and the title of Star Class World Champions.“Back on the
by Sail Staff, Posted December 13, 2011Ever wondered what it takes to get into iceboating? Turns out its main requirement is a unique mindset.
by Sail Staff, Posted October 17, 2007By David SchmidtNo racing sailor ever wants to see a regatta determined in the protest room. But when the regatta in question is the final race in the U.S. Olympic Trials, neither the skipper nor the Olympic committee wants this to happen. But happen it did, in the hotly contested Laser class, as the two top U.S. Laser sailors, Andrew Campbell and Brad Funk, duked