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- at Puesta del Sol, Nicaragua

TIGHT Weather Window, Let's GO! - Onboard...

On this week's episode of Onboard Lifestyle, the crew takes care of some last minute tasks before heading south to Costa Rica. We gamble by waiting for a fair weather window to cross the notorious Papagayo jet and definitely got a good taste of this unique weather phenomena. Did we make the right choice? Come back next week as basik settles into a new country...see you then! JOIN OUR CREW! If...

Following a day on the water collecting photos, videos, and social media content, Allison Chenard (USST Media and Communications) and Lexi Pline (US Sailing Association Media and Communications) work in the Trofeo Princesa Sofía Media Center with media representatives from other countries, all pushing out news about the day's events.

Allison uses social media, photos, videos, press releases,...
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Following a day on the water collecting photos, videos, and social media content, Allison Chenard (USST Media and Communications) and Lexi Pline (US Sailing Association Media and Communications) work in the Trofeo Princesa Sofía Media Center with media representatives from other countries, all pushing out news about the day's events.Allison uses social media, photos, videos, press releases, direct emails, and web updates to help fans and followers back home feel as part of the action as possible. In the Olympic year, Lexi Pline joins from the US Sailing side so the pair can dial in the communications choreography for Paris 2024.

The Cyclades Cup 2024

The Cyclades Cup, organised in collaboration with the Yacht Club of Greece, extends a special invitation to you for the inaugural Cyclades Cup.

14-16 June 2024

Antiparos, Greece

This highly anticipated event will feature a Corinthian class exclusively for sailing yachts measuring 30 metres and above.

Come together in the spirit of camaraderie and celebration for the art of...
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The Cyclades Cup 2024The Cyclades Cup, organised in collaboration with the Yacht Club of Greece, extends a special invitation to you for the inaugural Cyclades Cup.14-16 June 2024Antiparos, GreeceThis highly anticipated event will feature a Corinthian class exclusively for sailing yachts measuring 30 metres and above.Come together in the spirit of camaraderie and celebration for the art of sailing.For further information and to secure your space, please email:info@cyclades-cup.comwww.cyclades-cup.comEvent PartnersIVCThe International Yacht CompanyBOAT NAVIInternationalYacht Club of GreeceRace ManagerSailing Yacht Racing Association Officially Sanctioned EventThe Cyclades Cup 2024, which will be held in Antiparos, Greece from June 14-16, 2024. The event is open to Corinthian class sailing yachts measuring 30 meters and above. For more information, please visit the Cyclades Cup website or email info@cyclades-cup.com.

Roble and Shea to Represent USA at Paris 2024 in the 49erFX, Moroz Takes Silver from 53rd Trofeo Princesa Sofía

PALMA DE MALLORCA, SPAIN (6 April 2024)

Stephanie Roble (East Troy, Wis.) and Maggie Shea (Chicago, IL) have officially confirmed their ticket to the Paris 2024 Olympics in the 49erFX today after light wind prevented the running of one last medal race.

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Roble and Shea to Represent USA at Paris 2024 in the 49erFX, Moroz Takes Silver from 53rd Trofeo Princesa Sofía PALMA DE MALLORCA, SPAIN (6 April 2024) Stephanie Roble (East Troy, Wis.) and Maggie Shea (Chicago, IL) have officially confirmed their ticket to the Paris 2024 Olympics in the 49erFX today after light wind prevented the running of one last medal race. Scores from day five hold, with Roble and Shea finishing 10th overall and their US competition Paris Henken and Anna Tunnicliffe Tobias finishing 9th.USA Final Results: Women's Formula Kite  2nd - Daniela Moroz, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee 49erFX  9th - Paris Henken (Rio 2016) & Anna Tunnicliffe Tobias (Beijing 2008 & London 2012) 10th - Stephanie Roble (Tokyo 2020) & Maggie Shea (Tokyo 2020), US Sailing Team Nacra 1725th - Sarah Newberry Moore & David Liebenberg, US Sailing Team 33rd - Carson Crain & Lindsay Gimple 49er  4th - Andrew Mollerus & Ian MacDiarmid, US Sailing Team Mixed 47020th - Stu McNay (4x Olympian) & Lara Dallman-Weiss (Tokyo 2020), US Sailing Team ILCA 615th - Erika Reineke, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee 27th - Charlotte Rose, US Sailing Team 32nd - Lilly Myers 38th - Christina Sakellaris ILCA 757th - Ford McCann, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee (pending country qualification) 96th - Marshall McCann 189th - Thomas Kraak   Men's iQFOiL13th - Noah Lyons, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee (pending country qualification) Women's iQFOiL27th - Dominique Stater, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee Men's Formula Kite47th - Adam Keaton

- at Puesta del Sol, Nicaragua

Protection At The Helm...FINALLY! - Onboard...

On this week's episode of Onboard Lifestyle, Linh goes beast mode on our new dodger. The lumpy passage from Mexico to Nicaragua probably had something to do with it. The crew takes a day-long tour to see some amazing sites in the region with the hopes of remembering our exciting day. Come back next week as basik checks out of Nicaragua setting our sites for Costa Rica...see you then! JOIN OUR...

Day 5 of 6 Update: 2024 Trofeo Princesa Sofía

PALMA DE MALLORCA, SPAIN (5 April 2024)

It was a slow start to day five of the Princesa Sofía, but all fleets were able to sail on the penultimate day of racing.
The wind filled from the typical Palma sea breeze direction, building to 14 knots before tapering off in the later afternoon.

USA Standings After Day 5:
Women's Formula Kite
1st - Daniela...
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Day 5 of 6 Update: 2024 Trofeo Princesa Sofía PALMA DE MALLORCA, SPAIN (5 April 2024) It was a slow start to day five of the Princesa Sofía, but all fleets were able to sail on the penultimate day of racing. The wind filled from the typical Palma sea breeze direction, building to 14 knots before tapering off in the later afternoon.  USA Standings After Day 5: Women's Formula Kite  1st - Daniela Moroz, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee 49erFX  9th - Paris Henken (Rio 2016) & Anna Tunnicliffe Tobias (Beijing 2008 & London 2012) 10th - Stephanie Roble (Tokyo 2020) & Maggie Shea (Tokyo 2020), US Sailing Team Nacra 17 (final results)25th - Sarah Newberry Moore & David Liebenberg, US Sailing Team 33rd - Carson Crain & Lindsay Gimple 49er  3rd - Andrew Mollerus & Ian MacDiarmid, US Sailing Team Mixed 470 (final results)20th - Stu McNay (4x Olympian) & Lara Dallman-Weiss (Tokyo 2020), US Sailing Team ILCA 6 (final results)15th - Erika Reineke, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee 27th - Charlotte Rose, US Sailing Team 32nd - Lilly Myers 38th - Christina Sakellaris ILCA 7 (final results)57th - Ford McCann, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee (pending country qualification) 96th - Marshall McCann 189th - Thomas Kraak   Men's iQFOiL (final results)13th - Noah Lyons, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee (pending country qualification*) Women's iQFOiL (final results)27th - Dominique Stater, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee Men's Formula Kite (final results)47th - Adam Keaton

Day 4 of 6 Update: 2024 Trofeo Princesa Sofía

PALMA DE MALLORCA, SPAIN (4 April 2024)

Competitors woke on day four to a thick marine layer and low visibility over the Bay of Palma. Race officials held all fleets ashore until the fog burned off around 1100 to reveal blue skies, flat seas, and 5 knots of breeze.

Paris 2024 Selection Updates:

In the 49erFX fleet, USST's Roble and Shea (Tokyo 2020 &...
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Day 4 of 6 Update: 2024 Trofeo Princesa Sofía PALMA DE MALLORCA, SPAIN (4 April 2024)Competitors woke on day four to a thick marine layer and low visibility over the Bay of Palma. Race officials held all fleets ashore until the fog burned off around 1100 to reveal blue skies, flat seas, and 5 knots of breeze. Paris 2024 Selection Updates:In the 49erFX fleet, USST's Roble and Shea (Tokyo 2020 & Tokyo 2020) had a challenging day and dropped to 6th overall. Henken and Tunnicliffe Tobias (Rio 2016 & Beijing 2008, London 2012) climbed to 11th from 16th, with three top-10 scores in the day's four races. USST's Newberry Moore and Liebenberg remain the top American Nacra 17 ahead of Crain and Gimple, separated by three overall places. Highlights from the rest of the fleets include USST's Andrew Mollerus and Ian MacDiarmid, who remain in 3rd overall in the 49er fleet, with only one score outside the top 10 of the 10 races so far. Daniela Moroz (USST + Paris 2024 Nominee) sits 12 points ahead of 2nd, winning 9 of the regatta's 15 races in the Women's Formula Kite fleet. Due to the light winds, there was no racing in either iQFOiL fleet, but all competitors have their sights set on the penultimate day of racing tomorrow. Athletes finishing in the top ten at the end of day five will advance to Saturday's medal race or medal series racing and have a chance at the podium for the 53rd Trofeo Princesa Sofía.USA Standings After Day 4: Women's Formula Kite  1st - Daniela Moroz, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee 49erFX  6th - Stephanie Roble (Tokyo 2020) & Maggie Shea (Tokyo 2020), US Sailing Team 11th - Paris Henken (Rio 2016) & Anna Tunnicliffe Tobias (Beijing 2008 & London 2012) Nacra 17 25th - Sarah Newberry Moore & David Liebenberg, US Sailing Team 27th- Carson Crain & Lindsay Gimple 49er  3rd - Andrew Mollerus & Ian MacDiarmid, US Sailing Team Mixed 470   21st - Stu McNay (4x Olympian) & Lara Dallman-Weiss (Tokyo 2020), US Sailing Team ILCA 6  22nd - Erika Reineke, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee 24th - Charlotte Rose, US Sailing Team 28th - Lilly Myers 39th - Christina Sakellaris ILCA 7  57th - Ford McCann, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee (pending country qualification) 91st - Marshall McCann 186th - Thomas KraakMen's iQFOiL [no racing today] 25th - Noah Lyons, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee (pending country qualification*) Women's iQFOiL [no racing today] 26th - Dominique Stater, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee Men's Formula Kite 47th - Adam Keaton

Day 3 of 6 Update: 2024 Trofeo Princesa Sofía

PALMA DE MALLORCA, SPAIN (3 April 2024)

Today marked the halfway point of the 53rd edition of the Trofeo Princesa Sofía, and the US contingent is dialing in to the tricky conditions in Palma de Mallorca. All fleets saw big breeze oscillations, with more traditional Palma wind speeds of 10-15 knots.

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Day 3 of 6 Update: 2024 Trofeo Princesa Sofía PALMA DE MALLORCA, SPAIN (3 April 2024)Today marked the halfway point of the 53rd edition of the Trofeo Princesa Sofía, and the US contingent is dialing in to the tricky conditions in Palma de Mallorca. All fleets saw big breeze oscillations, with more traditional Palma wind speeds of 10-15 knots.  Due to large fleet sizes, seven of the ten fleets (excluding Nacra 17, Women's iQFOiL, and Women's Formula Kite) will split into Silver and Gold divisions for the remainder of racing, with the top half of each field moving into gold. USA athletes advancing to Gold Fleet for finals racing: Paris Henken & Anna Tunnicliffe, 49erFX (Rio 2016, Beijing 2008 and London 2012) Noah Lyons, Men's iQFOiL (USST + Paris 2024 Nominee pending country qualification) Ford McCann, ILCA 7 (USST + Paris 2024 Nominee pending country qualification) Stu McNay & Lara Dallman-Weiss, Mixed 470 (USST + 4x Olympian, Tokyo 2020 + Paris 2024 Nominees) Andrew Mollerus & Ian MacDiarmid, 49er (USST) Lilly Myers, ILCA 6 Erika Reineke, ILCA 6 (USST + Paris 2024 Nominee) Steph Roble & Maggie Shea, 49erFX (USST + Tokyo 2020, Tokyo 2020) Charlotte Rose, ILCA 6 (USST) Christina Sakellaris, ILCA 6 US Sailing Team athletes Steph Roble and Maggie Shea remain in second overall after a single digit scoreline today, including a win in the first race of the day. They continue to hold their lead on Paris Henken and Anna Tunnicliffe, who finished the day in 16th.  USA Standings After Day 3: Women's Formula Kite  1st - Daniela Moroz, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee 49er FX  2nd - Stephanie Roble (Tokyo 2020) & Maggie Shea (Tokyo 2020), US Sailing Team 16th - Paris Henken (Rio 2016) & Anna Tunnicliffe Tobias (Beijing 2008 & London 2012) Nacra 17 28th - Sarah Newberry Moore & David Liebenberg, US Sailing Team31st - Carson Crain & Lindsay Gimple 49er  3rd - Andrew Mollerus & Ian MacDiarmid, US Sailing Team Mixed 470   15th - Stu McNay (4x Olympian) & Lara Dallman-Weiss (Tokyo 2020), US Sailing Team ILCA 6  18th - Charlotte Rose, US Sailing Team 23rd - Erika Reineke, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee 29th - Lilly Myers 33rd - Christina Sakellaris ILCA 7  59th - Ford McCann, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee (pending country qualification) 91st - Marshall McCann 186th - Thomas Kraak   Men's iQFOiL 24th - Noah Lyons, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee (pending country qualification*) Women's iQFOiL 26th - Dominique Stater, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee Men's Formula Kite 43rd - Adam Keaton

Day 1 of 6 Update: 2024 Trofeo Princesa Sofía

PALMA DE MALLORCA, SPAIN (1 April, 2024)

It may be April Fool's Day, but the weather in Palma de Mallorca was no joke. Sailors faced steep, mountainous waves and 20-30 knot winds for the opening day of the Trofeo Princesa Sofía, keeping the iQFOiL Men & Women, 49er, 49erFX, and Nacra 17 fleets from racing. The Women's Kite, 470, and ILCA 6 & 7 fleets...
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Day 1 of 6 Update: 2024 Trofeo Princesa Sofía PALMA DE MALLORCA, SPAIN (1 April, 2024)It may be April Fool's Day, but the weather in Palma de Mallorca was no joke. Sailors faced steep, mountainous waves and 20-30 knot winds for the opening day of the Trofeo Princesa Sofía, keeping the iQFOiL Men & Women, 49er, 49erFX, and Nacra 17 fleets from racing. The Women's Kite, 470, and ILCA 6 & 7 fleets were able to get races off despite a challenging day. USA Standings After Day 1: Women's Formula Kite 1st - Daniela Moroz, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 NomineeMixed 470  13th - Stu McNay (4x Olympian) & Lara Dallman-Weiss (Tokyo 2020), US Sailing TeamILCA 6 21st - Christina Sakellaris27th - Charlotte Rose, US Sailing Team38th - Lilly Myers 44th - Erika Reineke, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 NomineeILCA 7 60th - Marshall McCann73rd - Ford McCann, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominee (pending country qualification*) 166th - Thomas Kraak  Men's Formula Kite40th - Adam Keaton49er FX - No Racing TodayNacra 17 - No Racing Today 49er - No Racing TodayMen's iQFOiL - No Racing TodayWomen's iQFOiL - No Racing Today