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Celebrating Freedom on Juneteenth

Sailing has always expanded our horizons. The new Juneteenth federal holiday is a chance for all of us to expand our own horizons even further.
NZL ahead of AUS

SailGP Shines in Chicago

This weekend's exciting SailGP event in Chicago was game changer on many different levels as the high-speed foiling catamaran series comes of age.
Team Narwhal trimaran

R2AK Stage 1 Spills, Chills and Thrills

The day before the Race to Alaska started, Race HQ extended the time window for racers to complete Stage One to Victoria by a full 24 hours. Why?
Wiki Wiki Moore 24

A Delta Ditch Run Both Fast and Fraught

Brisk breeze and gusty puffs promise two things for the Delta Ditch Run: a fast race with early finish times, and carnage along the 65-mile course.
Linda Weber-Rettie aboard in 1981

NWSA and BoatUS Honor Linda Newland

Nearly four decades ago, Linda Newland, a greenhorn sailor, found herself alone on a sailboat with a sorry lack of nautical know-how.