Tag Archives: Olympic Sailing Committee
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Good morning… it’s going to be windy here in Weymouth again today, 15-20 knots from the southwest, with a reasonable chance of rain. It’s cloudy and cold (surprise!) and the breeze is already up. Continue reading
An outstanding second day on the water saw US Sailing Team Sperry Top-Sider athletes move up into the standings and claim three top-3 positions in Women’s 470, 49er and Finn. Continue reading
Wind and rain are the forecast for the day… fun, fun, fun! Yesterday’s lighter airs and long AP delays will be a distant memory after today. Continue reading
I speak and write all the time about how everything we do in the Olympic and Paralympic Sailing Program all leads up to one thing: a great performance at the Games. Continue reading
It’s another day at the office here in Weymouth and Portland. Yesterday, our master boatwright Donnie worked his magic on a couple of new boats, and sorted out some balance and steering issues. How big were the issues? Continue reading