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Daily Report: U.S. Olympic Sailing Team – August 11

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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Daily Report: U.S. Olympic Sailing Team – August 10

In light and shifty wind conditions on Weymouth Bay, Amanda Clark and Sarah Lihan finished the Women’s Two Person Dinghy medal race in 10th position, which gave them an overall finish of 9th place in the London 2012 Olympic Games regatta. Continue reading

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At the Helm: I Stand By My Team

Our team wanted to come here and make some history. We just had a different kind of history in mind. We’re going to be asked the same question over and over for the next couple of months: why and how did this happen? Continue reading

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Daily Report: U.S. Olympic Sailing Team – August 8

In a surprise ending to the Women’s Match Racing competition, Anna Tunnicliffe, Molly O’Bryan Vandemoer and Debbie Capozzi were eliminated from competition by Finland in the quarter-final round, while in the Women’s 470, Amanda Clark and Sarah Lihan advanced to the medal race. Continue reading

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Daily Report: U.S. Olympic Sailing Team – August 7

At the Olympic Sailing Regatta, the final races in Men’s 470 took place with Stuart McNay and Graham Biehl finishing 14th overall for the series, while Amanda Clark and Sarah Lihan are in the hunt for a medal in Women’s 470. Anna Tunnicliffe, Molly O’Bryan Vandemoer and Debbie Capozzi began their Quarter-Final match-up against Finland and are down two losses in the first-to-three-points series. Continue reading

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Daily Report: U.S. Olympic Sailing Team – August 5

Headlining day 7 of the Olympic Sailing Regatta, Star sailors Mark Mendelblatt and Brian Fatih finished the Medal Race in 6th to round out their overall standing to 7th place. Bob Willis and Farrah Hall completed their windsurfing series in 22nd and 20th, respectively. As the series progresses in Weymouth and Portland, U.K. the U.S. Olympic Sailing Team’s standings to date after racing today include: Amanda Clark and Sarah Lihan 8th in the Women’s 470; Erik Storck and Trevor Moore in 15th in the 49er. Continue reading

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Protected: At the Helm: August 5 Morning Briefing

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Daily Report: U.S. Olympic Sailing Team – August 4

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

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Daily Report: U.S. Olympic Sailing Team – August 3

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

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At the Helm: Training Done, Opening Tonight

Here we are, ladies and gentlemen… all that our sailors, and Olympic sailors across the world, have been working towards for years begins tonight. Tonight is the Opening Ceremony for the 2012 Games, and we are ready to go. Continue reading

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