US Sailing Olympics Program

Preparations are paramount when it comes to sailing and one team that does not believe in taking it easy is the US Sailing team.


After the 2012 Olympic Games were concluded, the US Sailing team had started off its preparations for the 2016 version where Charlie McKee played a key role. Being a two time Olympic medalist of the country, he has played a pivotal role in helping to design the program for training the future team for the Olympics. Now that 2016 is behind us Charlie is now working with the quads who would be participating in Tokyo 2020. Hence, he is one person who can provide insight on how the country team prepares for this gigantic competition.

In general, he states that there are program changes initiated as per the changing rules and conditions that are inherent for every version of the Olympics. The performance of the last Olympics teams also matters which helps to identify the weaknesses and areas of improvement. Continue reading “US Sailing Olympics Program”

Burton And Stipanovic Rivalry

Tom Burton was in the news with his competitive sailing in the Laser category in Rio Olympics this year. There were certain differences that he had with Tonci Stipanovic in the Laser sailing category. Though he did secure the Olympic gold, he states that his rivalry with Tonci will continue next month in the Sailing World Cup finals that would be held in Melbourne.

There had been a heated match that had taken place between the two sailors in the world cup event that had occurred in France in 2015. Stipanovic was disqualified from the event for which the victory went to Burton, with Stipanovic losing a bet that saw him paying for a chartering in Greece. Continue reading “Burton And Stipanovic Rivalry”

What Japan Has For Sailing?

The final and the ninth round of world series Louis Vuitton America’s Cup is going to take place in Fukuoka city of Japan.


All media, players and spectators have come to the place to watch this wonderful match. But, it is not like Japan is just holding this match. Instead, it has so much to give to sailing this year.

Firstly, Japan will hand over World Series Louis Vuitton America’s Cup to the overall winner of the game. The country has awarded this trophy two times before as well and this is the third time it is doing so.

Two points will be earned by a team who win this tournament. This point will be useful in a Qualifier round of the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup. It is the opening round of America’s Cup that will help in Bermuda in 2017. In addition to the points, winning team will get attractive incentive too Continue reading “What Japan Has For Sailing?”