Monthly Archives: April 2011

Coach Boat with Kenneth Andreasen April 2011

In Palma we had five top-6 finishes, which shows really good improvement. This was the toughest competition that we have met so far, this year. All of the world’s top sailors were there and being able to post results like … Continue reading

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At the Helm, Dean Brenner – April 2011

I was sitting in my office in Wallingford, CT every day last week, trying to get some work done. But when our team is competing at an event, it’s really hard for me to concentrate on anything else. We’re in … Continue reading

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Gold and Bronze at Princess Sofia Trophy

Contact: Dana Paxton, US Sailing Team AlphaGraphics Press Officer, Tel: +1 401-683-0800, x615; Mobile: 401-369-0490; Email: danapaxton@ussailing.org RACING SUMMARY April 9 – Medal Race: On the final day of racing at Princess Sofia Trophy, the third stop on the International Sailing Federation … Continue reading

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>Following the Action in Palma

>The action in Palma ends tomorrow, and it’s been a great week. Our sailors are in the hunt in a whole bunch of classes. The team looks good, the team is working hard, and the racing has been really close. … Continue reading

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>Following the Action in Palma

>The action in Palma ends tomorrow, and it’s been a great week. Our sailors are in the hunt in a whole bunch of classes. The team looks good, the team is working hard, and the racing has been really close. … Continue reading

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>Eye on the prize

>Zach Railey knows what it takes to win and he is constantly striving to do so at every event.  But there is an end goal in sight and for Zach its the Games in London 2012.  Just like any athlete … Continue reading

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>Eye on the prize

>Zach Railey knows what it takes to win and he is constantly striving to do so at every event.  But there is an end goal in sight and for Zach its the Games in London 2012.  Just like any athlete … Continue reading

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>Jailbreak or Zen rig tuning?

> Photo Credit: Dave Johnson/US Sailing Team AlphaGraphics While we can neither confirm nor deny the successful vaulting of the fence, we do know the zen like qualities of team member Clay Johnson.  We hope that this morning mast tuning … Continue reading

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>Jailbreak or Zen rig tuning?

> Photo Credit: Dave Johnson/US Sailing Team AlphaGraphics While we can neither confirm nor deny the successful vaulting of the fence, we do know the zen like qualities of team member Clay Johnson.  We hope that this morning mast tuning … Continue reading

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>”Gasket-ology” on Day 1 of Princess Sofia Trophy

> Now even we have to agree the professional world can get carried away with titles, but veteran US Sailing Team AlphaGraphics 470 skipper, Amanda Clark, highlights this trade skill and the different techniques sailors use.  And don’t think that … Continue reading

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