Sailor Nominated for Olympic Hall of Fame

Voting is open for the US Olympic & Paralympic Hall of Fame. Among sailors nominated is two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Mark Reynolds, 63. Reynolds won gold in the Star in the 1992 Barcelona Games and the 2000 Sydney Games, after winning silver at Seoul in 1988. He was also the Star World Champion in 1995 and 2000, and the North American Champion in 1998 and 2002. In 2000, he was recognized as both the ISAF World Sailor of the Year and the US Sailor of the Year. Reynolds hails from San Diego and sails for SDYC.

Mark Reynolds portrait
Mark Reynolds
© 2019 Star Class

The voting is for several sports; you may recognize Jonny Moseley of Tiburon among the athletes. Coming from a sailing family, he dominated Freestyle Skiing in the late ’90s and the turn of the millennium.

Cast votes by September 3 for your favorite five Olympians, top three Paralympians, and one team at https://awards.teamusa.org/vote. Learn more about the Hall of Fame at www.teamusa.org/hall-of-fame/about.

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  1. Susan 4 weeks ago

    Sailor & Olympic Skier Johnny Mosley is also one of the nominees!

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