Weekend warriors in pursuit of history

Published on February 8th, 2024

Since the inaugural J/70 World Championship in 2014, the event has recognized the top Corinthian team, and in those nine editions, the best that team has done is fifth place overall. Alec Cutler wants to do better.

Cutler, who was the 1989 Finn US National Champion during the depth of USA activity, now hails from Bermuda and will be competing at the 2024 J/70 Worlds to be held September 17-21 in Palma, Spain.

He is also hoping to make history with his friends by becoming the first amateur crew to win the overall title.

Cutler is a newcomer to the J70 class after transitioning from the Melges 32 and has reunited with his former US Naval Academy sailing team-mates Brad Rodi, Charles Pucciariello, and Ryan Cox to achieve his ambitious goal. – Full report

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