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College Sailing: Fall Season Update

Published on September 25th, 2018

Qualifying for the Singlehanded Nationals continues as doublehanded sailing heats up. Chris Klevan provides this week’s update on activity in the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association (ICSA). The Mid-Atlantic Conference singlehanded championship, the Carl Van Duyne Trophy was ... Read More


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Epic Conditions for Start of J/70 Worlds

Published on September 25th, 2018

Marblehead, MA (September 25, 2018) – The first day of the West Marine J/70 World Championship will be remembered for tough racing conditions for the 91 J/70s competing. A cold and wet southeasterly wind brought true ... Read More


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The Business of Boating

Published on September 25th, 2018

In a data-driven world, knowing your “numbers” is a crucial part of achieving success. And in the halls of power of Washington, D.C., and 50 USA state capitals, credible data carries extra weight when it comes ... Read More


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Long live the World Sailing League

Published on September 25th, 2018

Both Paul Cayard and Russell Coutts had experienced the top of the sport, but within the rules and restrictions of the America’s Cup. They envisioned an even bigger spectacle, but on their terms, which led to ... Read More


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Winner’s Debrief: J/22 World Championship

Published on September 25th, 2018

As Hurricane Florence made its approach toward the USA, it became an unexpected variable for the 64 teams at the 2018 J/22 World Championship. The race was on to complete the event, a race won by ... Read More


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Powered by Revenge and Addiction

Published on September 25th, 2018

Jimmy Spithill, after his loss in June 2017 as skipper of defender Oracle Team USA in the 35th America’s Cup, was adamant that this was not his team’s final act. “We will definitely be chasing this ... Read More


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VIDEO: Down windward side of Molokai

Published on September 24th, 2018

Michael Pacholski reports on the 75th Annual Lahaina to Honolulu Race: I put together a team of college sailors and borrowed a J/80 and signed up for the race from Honolua Bay, Maui to Ala Wai ... Read More


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Dealing With The Rising Tide

Published on September 24th, 2018

College sailing began on an informal, club basis in the 1890s, and organized racing started in 1928. But much has changed from its humble beginnings, with Varsity status providing the funding to support formidable programs, and ... Read More


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Golden Globe Race Rescue Complete

Published on September 24th, 2018

(September 24, 2018; Day 86) – It is now Day 4 of the rescue of injured Indian Golden Globe Race solo sailor Abhilash Tomy (above) from his dismasted yacht Thuriya approximately 1,900 miles SW of Perth ... Read More



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