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SWC Final Santander 2017

Following the Hyeres World Cup, it was back to gym work. I spent a solid three weeks in the gym along with a couple five day training camps in May with the other top American sailors to prep for the World Cup Final in Santander, Spain. My coach Chris Dold and I arrived in Barcelona […]

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SWC Hyeres 2017

Upon returning from Palma, I unfortunately came down with a nasty stomach bug. Coincidentally, my coach Chris Dold was struck as well, each of losing 12 pounds within a matter of days. It put a hindrance on my recovery and preparation for the Sailing World Cup Hyeres, but I slowly was able to get my […]

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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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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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Long Beach Conclusion –> Rio Training

After a successful week of training in Long Beach after North Americans, the US Sailing Team moved to Santa Barbara for a short week of training as well as competing in the Pacific Coast Championships at the end of June. The training here was beneficial for Santa Barbara brings large, long period swell, which demands […]

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Laser North Americans Day 1

Another classic day in Long Beach with a sea breeze of 15-18 knots. We had three long races, making it a grueling day on the water, both physically and mentally. Today I scored a 5, 7, 6, a relatively solid score line. I made some errors in each race that cost me precious points, but […]

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SWC Palma 2014 Day 2

It was a very tough day on the water. Breeze was 6-10 knots from the southeast, with lots of washing machine waves. Today the issue was developing the proper strategy based on the “type” of day it was. In today’s case, it was about transitioning my strategy from a “shift” oriented day to a “pressure” […]

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Guatemala Training

After Midwinters East in Clearwater, Florida, it ended my time of racing and training in Florida. I moved back to the east coast of Florida in Vero Beach, hit the gym and began my new program. After a week of hard work, I packed up once again and prepared for my trip to Guatemala, leaving […]

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Laser Midwinters East Day 1

Tough first day here at Laser Midwinters East in Clearwater, FL. Breeze started off at 10-15 knots from the Southeast. I had a solid game plan to start at the slightly favored boat end and head to the left side of the course to get some current relief. Unfortunately I was tagged with a Rule […]

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Laser Worlds Day 3 & 4

Apologize for the delayed report for the last couple days of racing. Website was temporarily down and scrambled to get it fixed, shouldn’t be a problem in the future. Day 3 was a rough day of racing for me. Breeze built again to a solid 12-16 knots, and with a scheduled three races for the […]

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