April 5, 2013 in At the Helm
Bassmaster Southern Open #2 – Tied for 12th in 180 Angler Field Read the rest of this entry →
June 12, 2012 in At the Helm
US Sailing has started the Greatest American Sailor Sweepstakes, a fun way for sailors to place their vote for the greatest American racing sailor! Go to: http://ussailingentry.com/Bracket/tabid/84/Default.aspx to place your vote for a chance to win a Grand Prize that includes the ultimate America’s Cup experience in San Francisco, an invitation to US Sailing’s 2012 Rolex Yachtsman and Yachtswoman of the Year ceremony, and another special Grand Prize that will be revealed to registered participants. Weekly prizes will also be awarded to lucky winners The contest is set up like a March Madness bracket, and you are able to vote once each week through the six weeks of the contest. The pairing with the most votes each week will progress along to the next round. Make sure to share with your friends to make it even more interesting!
There are a number of US Sailing Team Sperry Top-Sider members in the running, including Zach & Paige Railey, Sally Barkow, Anna Tunnicliffe, and coach Betsy Allison. Vote today! Read the rest of this entry →
May 14, 2012 in At the Helm
The weather was grim but that didn’t dampen the spirits of over 50 competitors and their families. Saturday morning commenced with heavy down pour and chilling winds. This just brought people closer together as they watched under tents and tarps huddled closely together. The judging system was a new computer system that was developed for the World Championships which will be held at the Nantahala Outdoor Center in 2013. That wasn’t the only new exciting thing, the feature, had just been finished on the Wednesday prior to the event and although it was an epic feature providing scores well over the thousands, it still has minor modifications to go!
Everyone was on a fair playing ground as there was no local advantage. All locals jumped out for the chance to paddle on their new home spot and the Men’s Expert class was one of the largest classes we had seen during the day. Read the rest of this entry →