Monthly Archives: July 2010


What does age have to do with it?

July 22nd, 2010

By Nicholas Hayes, author of Saving Sailing: Twenty-five years of age is the mean defection year from sailing, but in reality it correlates more with transition into career, marriage, parenthood, so it could be anywhere between about 20 and 30. The key underserved groups are kids under 13, where sailors under-represent population by 70%, and


Dean Brenner: Making Changes

July 12th, 2010

(July 12, 2010) Last week the U.S. Olympic Sailing Committee (OSC) announced it was discarding their tried and true, winner-take-all

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