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One Year of Racing Stories With Good Jibes

We recently passed the one-year anniversary of our podcast, Good Jibes. We’re marking the anniversary with a headphone giveaway, which will start with the delivery of our October issue this coming Friday, September 30.

Fall is also when we’re working with Laura Muñoz and the YRA to put together the next year’s racing calendar. The calendar and the podcast connect with all the great racers we’ve had as guests during our first year of Good Jibes. There are far too many to list them all, but we’ve had quite a lineup so far and are looking forward to sharing more tips, tricks and stories from West Coast racing sailors as we enter our second year of Good Jibes. Following is a partial listing of some of the racers we’ve had on the show this year.

505 World Champion Mike Martin
5O5 World Champion Mike Martin with crew Adam Lowry.
© 2022 Mike Martin
Bill Trenkle
Bill Trenkle gives a wave racing with Dennis Connor aboard the winning America’s Cup 12M Stars & Stripes.
© 2022 Bill Trenkle
Katie Pettibone
Katie Pettibone has done it all and won it all.
© 2022 Katie Pettibone
Craig Leweck
The racing champion behind the global racing newsletter Sailing Scuttlebutt, Craig Leweck.
© 2022 Craig Leweck
Helena Scutt
Olympian Helena Scutt sailing aboard her foiling Moth.
© 2022 Helena Scutt
Roy Disney
Roy Disney shares stories of many miles aboard Pyewacket.
© 2022 Pyewacket
Daniela Moroz
Five-time world kiteboarding champion and three-time Rolex Yachtswoman of the Year Daniela Moroz talks with Moe Roddy.
© 2022 Daniela Moroz

We’ve had many more racers on the show, and many more are in the lineup for the year ahead. Listen on your next night watch. If you’re part of planning the 2023 racing season for your club or class, get in touch with Laura Muñoz at the YRA with your scheduling plans, or with Nicki Bennett at Latitude 38 to advertise your club, class or events.

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