Sunday, October 14, 2007

Some made it... The rest ponder life

Some crashed and burned- Photo by Chris Henscheid
The US Olympic Trials

U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Team Trials - Sailing
WEST COAST REPORT: Trials End with Cheers for Winners, Tears for Losers
Sunday, October 14, 2007
It's not supposed to be easy, winning a bid to the Olympic Games in any discipline, but that makes it more satisfying for the winners, if heartbreaking for the losers. So it was in Sunday's climax of the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Team Trials – Sailing on the West Coast. - US SAILING »More

EAST COAST REPORT: Campbell, Tunnicliffe Win Largest Classes at East Coast Trials
Sunday, October 14, 2007
After a 16-race series off Aquidneck Island, in shifty winds that ranged from light and fluky to sustained 18 knots and surfable seas, winners in five classes have been named to the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Teams and are slated to represent the United States at the 2008 Games in China. Hosted by the Rhode Island Sailing Foundation, working with Sail Newport, New York Yacht Club, and Ida Lewis Yacht Club, the nine-day regatta drew 87 competitors from throughout the country. - US SAILING »More