March/April 2015 Update

A quick update for what has occurred over a very busy two months in these exciting times. I had a great two weeks of training in Rio in March, sailing a mix of Lasers and Radials. I was exhausted by the end of the training, but I really started to get a grasp on the […]

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Guatemala and Laser Midwinters East 2015

After the Sailing World Cup Miami, I took a few days off and then flew down to Guatemala for a week of training hosted by Juan Maegli along with a group of other international sailors. Just like last year, we had a great competitive environment both on and off the water in a variety of […]

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Sailing World Cup Miami 2015

One thing was very clear this past week; my strategic and tactical game was off. After some reflection, I found two reasons for this. I spent a lot of the holiday season focusing on my gym work, where there were many gains made, but I sacrificed a lot off the water, and my racing skills […]

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Ready to go in Miami!

It’s been a busy couple weeks preparing for the first World Cup regatta of the year here in Miami. After the New Year I spent a week in Philadelphia with my girlfriend and to put a lot of focus on my fitness. I then headed south on January 12th to the warm south Florida. I […]

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December 2014 Update

After a great holiday back home with the family for Thanksgiving, I was back on the road again. I drove my car once again from my home in Newport Beach across the country to Florida where the majority of my training will take place in the coming months. It was a long drive to accomplish […]

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Back in Rio!

After the ISAF Worlds concluded, I took some much needed rest from the grind of the Laser circuit. It was two weeks off from the gym, a month off from Laser sailing, and lots of time with the girlfriend. In the meantime, I competed in the US Team Racing Championship for the Hinman Trophy in […]

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ISAF Worlds 2014

The World Championships concluded on Thursday in Santander, Spain and ended with my career-best finish to date. After sailing a very consistent series in light to medium winds, I climbed the rankings all week. I entered the final race in 8th place in a controlling position to qualify for the Medal Race and reach the […]

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ISAF Worlds Pre-Regatta Report 2014

After a successful drive from Amsterdam to Santander, Spain and a solid week of training, game day has descended upon us. Tomorrow is the first day of racing for the World Championships! I had a great week of sailing in varied sea breezes, consistently building and peaking my knowledge of the venue and my boat […]

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CORK 2014

After a quick break from my stint in Rio, I headed north of the border to Kingston, Canada to race at CORK and their Olympic Classes Regatta, taking place August 16-20. This event is widely known as one of the tougher events in North America, a great chance for some more racing before heading to […]

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Rio Olympic Test Event 2014

It was a tough week of racing in Rio de Janeiro competing in the Olympic Test Event. We raced both inside the bay and outside in the large open swell, sailing in light and variable winds as well as strong winds with 10-foot swell. A very trying week both physically and mentally, but lots of […]

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