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Time to TackCayard Sailing Reports
It has always been my honor to give back to the sport that has given me so much. My purpose is to support the athletes of today and the next generations. In March of 2021, I accepted the position as head of the US Olympic Sailing Team, with the goal of getting Team USA back […]
US Olympic SailingCayard Sailing Reports
Paul Cayard to Lead U.S. Olympic Sailing Program
Bacardi CupCayard Sailing Reports
Coconut Grove The 93rd Bacardi Cup got underway today with 65 Stars, from 15 countries, racing under classic Biscayne Bay conditions of 12-15 knots from the Southeast. The wind was very steady with only small oscillations. I am sailing with Pedro Trouche, a very good young Brazilian sailor. Pedro and I got off to a […]
SSL FinalsCayard Sailing Reports
Nassau Very light winds made for a tough day. We didn’t get much right and ended up dropping from 5th to 9th in the quarter finals. In the final race, Percy/Ekstrom won by an inch in over Rohart/Ponsot. Melleby/Revkin 3rd and the qualification leaders, Mateusz/Bruno, who were seeded straight to the finals, finished 4th. While […]
SSL Finals-Day 4Cayard Sailing Reports
Nassau Day 4 of the 2019 SSL Finals saw the qualifying series come to a close. Due to light winds, 2 races were run today making it a 10 race qualifying series. Phil and I ran the gauntlet and made it! There was nothing easy about it. Today saw very light and still shifty winds. […]