The US Sailing Championship of Champions is being sailid at the Balboa Yacht Club in Corona Del Mar, California from 10/9/2020 through 10/11/2020. Flying Scot sailor Mary Ann Hopper, wiinner of the 2018 Women's NAC is participating in the event with crew Charlie Jenkins. Go Mary Ann and Charlie!
Mary Ann and her team are pictured above at the 2018 Women's NAC at Privateer Yachtg Club in Tennessee. You can follow the 2020 Championship of Champions at the event website here:
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Fleet 23 at the Corinthian Sailing Club in Dallas, Texas, hosted their 46th Annual Open House Regatta on October 18-20, 2019. There were 38 boats on the line, 24 Championship, 9 CHallenger and 5 Non-spinnaker - what a great turnout! The theme of the Saturday night party was Havana nights it was a great time for everyone,.
Bill Draheim and Jeff Perna took first place honors, Kelly and Heid Gough were second and Griffin Orr and his Dad Jim Orr were third in the Championship Division. The... Read More
There is an old sailor at White Rock Lake called Red Dog who likes to dazzle landlubbers with his tales
Read the Dallas Morning New story here
The wind gods were not cooperative today so we did not sail on Day 2 of the 2019 Wife Husbands at Corinthian Sailing Club in Dallas. Fleet 23 were wonderful hosts for the event and everyone had a wonderful time!. WIth the 3 races sailed yesterday, the trophies will be awarded. Championship winners are: Kelly and Heidi Gough, Bill and Jennifer Draheim, Ryan Malmgren and Stacey Rieu, Tom and Melissa Miller, and Jeff and Amy Smith Linton. Challenger winners are Robert and Margaret... Read More
It was a beautiful day on White Rock Lake, in the 90's, sunny with just not enough wind in te morning. The Race Committee n shore while we waited for the breeze to fill in - and it did. We headed out about 12:30 and races started shortly after we got out. We got in 3 great 4-leg Windward-Leeward races in 6-10 MPH easterly winds, and there was very little consistency in the results. People who finished badly in race 1 did great in race 2 and vice-versa. We had lots of fun on the water, and now... Read More