Jul 19 by Erik Storck
We have had such an outpouring of support while home for the final two weeks before the Olympics. Being home for the Fourth of July (for the first time since 2008), was a special treat, and reminded us of what we are going to represent when we compete in Weymouth. As we near the end of our journey, and we keep our eye...
Jun 11 by Erik Storck
We’ve made it back home to the US for some downtime after the Sail for Gold Regatta wrapped over the weekend. We finished 12th overall in the event that was shortened due to high winds on the final two days before the Medal Races. We are not happy with our result in this event, but we are very happy with how we ...
Jun 7 by Erik Storck
It was a trying day in Weymouth as the wind slowly built to in strength until racing was simply not feasible. The professional race committee here had us on course at 1000, one hour earlier than planned to try to beat the wind. We only did one race, though, as we had to share the harbor course with the RS:X men and wo...
Jun 6 by Erik Storck
A few very costly mistakes derailed our movement up the leader board we began yesterday. It was shifty, puffy, and blowing about 12-17 knots. We ended the day with a 12-6-10 after making at least one crucial misstep in each race. This was extremely frustrating, and we know we have to do better to live up t...
Jun 5 by Erik Storck
We had some proper British weather today (as the locals say). It was cold, raining, and windy, and we loved it! We put up a 2-3-1 to win the day and vault up the standings to 3rd overall. Our starts were good, we had awesome boat speed, and we kept our boat handling clean. We were the second start of the day, which we...
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