May 25 by Erik Storck
We’re finally racing together again. It’s been a long time, four months to be exact. We could not be more excited to start this event! We are well rested, and looking to peak at the right time for this World Cup regatta. After finishing up our training in Weymouth on Saturday, we too...
May 20 by Erik Storck
Greetings from Weymouth! We have had four highly productive days of sailing, and we will have two more days of training before we head off to Medemblik, the Netherlands for the next stop on the World Cup. So far this week we have put into practice some of the changes we began in our style of sailing in Palm...
May 15 by Erik Storck
The team has finally been reunited. I am happy to have graduated from Physical Therapy this past week. I am still nursing the foot back to 100%, but it will be good to get on the water as much as possible this week. Trevor made the most of the last two weeks in Europe with no commitments. He tra...
Apr 27 by Erik Storck
Well, it turns out that Hyeres isn’t quite living up to its reputation as a windy venue. Upon arrival Jonas and I had four great days of practice in a variety of breezes ranging from 5 to 22 knots, when I can honestly say that I learned a tremendous amount. We did a ton of boat handling to get acquain...
Apr 21 by Erik Storck
Flexibility is the name of the game! Chris Rast could not make it to Hyeres on account of the situation with the volcanic ash cloud over Europe. He is not alone, as most of our teammates were not as lucky as Trevor in making it across the pond. If there is anything we’ve learned in our first yea...
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