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The boat speed puzzle beyond the numbers: stay open-minded and ready to adapt to unusual conditions.
To get maximum performance out of yourself and your dinghy sailboat, develop a fitness routine that best supports the kind of action your one-design boat demands.
Documentary film about champion sailor Buddy Melges called "The Wizard of Zenda" will premier at the Annapolis Film Festival at the end of March.
Misconceptions about sailboat racing performance perpetuated among sailors, coaches, and parents and some alternative perspectives. ~by Tim Herzog
A report on the exciting SAILGP racing action in Sydney and a bizarre weather event that left the Canadian team’s boat and other F-50s severely damaged.
Giving each other enough space on the sailboat racing start line: you have to do it, it’s good for the fleet as a whole, and it’s good for you and your individual results.
To clear up any confusion about the SpinSheet Racing Team, here are our top eight misconceptions we hear about the team.
After hiking the Grand Canyon, a small boat racer leans into the hiking philosophy to Leave No Trace, and she encourages other sailors to join her.
We all want to win sailing races, but we want to have fun doing it. Here's how one Chesapeake Bay sailing team gets the job done and has fun too.