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Tokyo 2020’s US Team Prospects

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The sailing team of US is on an operation to be an Olympic Powerhouse.


However, to develop skilled sailors is indeed a time consuming mission. The program indeed took a strong step forward in 2016 games. The progress mainly lies in motivating and nurturing youth sailors and ensuring sustainment of the existing team members in terms of their commitment. As the new Olympic cycle of the Tokyo 2020 Games start, it is important to figure out how the team is preparing to take part in the race.

The strongest team is the Men’s 470 and Dave Hughes and Stu McNay are class veterans. They were the new team for 2016 and succeeded in achieving medals by finishing 4th. The team is all geared up to take part again and it would be the 4th game for Stu and 2nd for Dave. Finn has been yet another team that is known for being the strongest. It is one person heavy weight game and Caleb Paine was the champion of the Rio Games. (more…)

Corinthian Class Super Yachts Racing

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Super yachts will soon have a Corinthian class.


The America’s Cup has proved to be a breeding ground for several developments and categories for different kinds of sailing activities. Sailors often pick up different skills that they learn to use as well. Today there have been several shifts in the way super yachts are sailed. For instance, multihulls have been moved and crew sizes have reduced for such boats. That has also impacted the professional lives of people who compete in world sailing events like America’s Cup.

For instance, today, many older people are taking to sailing and keeping up to the physical challenges that the sports presents. The Volvo Ocean race is one instance. Today there is a surplus of talent when it comes to competitive sailing and there are skilled personnel who are looking to use their talent. For them the super yacht category, offers them the perfect opportunity. (more…)

The Yacht Club At Chichester

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The yacht club at Chichester had a great opening where about 33 boats were present. Indeed, the weather condition also held though it might not be described as perfect. Races were held, three in number. There was a forceful wind that even capsized a few of the boats but the wind dropped after that as the race three was coming to an end.

The course was trapezoidal in design and there was a smaller 4.2 rig topper along with full rig 5.3 boats that were part of the race. The races gave the new members of the club a chance to improve their skills and to join in and experience the thrill and uncertainties of the races. (more…)

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