Monthly Archives: August 2011

>Back in the Funk

>Seeing Brad Funk this year has been refreshing since Rolex Miami OCR.  Throughout the spring he has been working hard and the fruits of his labor paid off at Sail for Gold in June.  The top USA representative in each … Continue reading

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>Back in the Funk

>Seeing Brad Funk this year has been refreshing since Rolex Miami OCR.  Throughout the spring he has been working hard and the fruits of his labor paid off at Sail for Gold in June.  The top USA representative in each … Continue reading

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>A Marathon and a Sprint

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>A Marathon and a Sprint

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>There’s an Olympic Feeling to It All!

> Boatwright Donnie Brennan Here we are, one year out! We are on the water upon which we will return to reach our ultimate goal in 2012. The Weymouth and Portland International Regatta, also known informally as the Pre-Olympics or … Continue reading

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>There’s an Olympic Feeling to It All!

> Boatwright Donnie Brennan Here we are, one year out! We are on the water upon which we will return to reach our ultimate goal in 2012. The Weymouth and Portland International Regatta, also known informally as the Pre-Olympics or … Continue reading

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Day 3 of racing: London 2012 Olympic Test Event

Summary: Weymouth, U.K. – August 4 On the final day of the Women’s Match Racing round robins, Sally Barkow’s Team 7 Match Race defeated the undefeated Russian team and qualified for the Quarter Finals. Barkow, who sails with Alana O’Reilly … Continue reading

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>Hurry Up and Wait

>As we (slowly!) ease our way into the  racing here at 2011 Test Event, I’m reminded of the single biggest difference that always surprises first-time Games participants. To quote my friend and two-time Olympian Tim Wadlow, “there is a shocking … Continue reading

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>Hurry Up and Wait

>As we (slowly!) ease our way into the  racing here at 2011 Test Event, I’m reminded of the single biggest difference that always surprises first-time Games participants. To quote my friend and two-time Olympian Tim Wadlow, “there is a shocking … Continue reading

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Day 2 of racing at London 2012 Olympic Test Event

Summary: Weymouth, U.K. – August 3 The Women’s Match Racing round robin continued today at the London 2012 Olympic Test Event, in Weymouth, U.K. with Sally Barkow’s Team 7 Match Race now up to 5 wins, 2 losses, standing the … Continue reading

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