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As the 2012 Olympic Games come to a conclusion, the U.S. Olympic Sailing Team is wrapping up in Weymouth and Portland, home to the Olympic sailing venue. After 16 days of competition, the entire team – athletes, coaches, and staff – is finalizing the details involved with closing down the on-site operation. This evening, the team heads to London to spend the evening with their Team USA teammates before celebrating at Sunday’s Closing Ceremony. Continue reading
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It was ladies day for the U.S. Olympic Sailing Team, where strong results were turned in by Amanda Clark and Sarah Lihan in the Women’s 470; Anna Tunnicliffe, Molly Vandemoer and Debbie Capozzi in Women’s Match Racing; and Paige Railey in Laser Radial. Continue reading
A very busy day of racing in Weymouth and Portland for the U.S. Olympic Sailing Team brought mixed results. The day saw the debut of Women’s 470 team Amanda Clark and Sarah Lihan, who are in 4th overall; the advance to the Star medal race for Mark Mendelblatt and Brian Fatih; and an end of the regatta for Finn sailor Zach Railey. Continue reading
Day 4 of racing in Weymouth & Portland brought a mix of strong and gusting wind that tested everyone on courses spread from the harbor to the bay. Continue reading
Another windy and eventful day of sailing for the U.S. Olympic Sailing Team yielded strong results. Continue reading
FLASH QUOTES: Team Press Conference, July 26 at the Olympic Sailing Venue, Weymouth & Portland, U.K. Continue reading
My purpose in this blog is to give you a view of the Olympic Games and our team that you won’t get or can’t get from Facebook, photos, press releases or anywhere else. Follow along every day of the Games. Continue reading
n this edition of Meet the Team we introduce Rob Crane, who will represent the USA in the Laser class. Continue reading
Many US Sailing Team Sperry Top-Sider athletes were featured in their hometown press outlets this week. Check out stories from Destination Tampa Bay, The Boston Globe, and Darien Times.