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A National Effort
Golden Spinnaker Gala
2012 Youth World Team Named
Tunnicliffe Named 2011 Rolex Yachtswoman
Supporters
Olympic Program Thanks Donors
Olympic Program Thanks Donors

Thanks to Charlie Leighton's continued hard work we are happy to report that the Medalist donor list continues to grow in funding the Olympic and Paralympic Programs. Since 2005, their generosity has helped transform our operations and given athletes the support they need to train and compete on the world's biggest stages. We are grateful for their support. Please click here for a list of these generous donors.

At the Helm
A National Effort

Our Program recently had two experiences that reminded us what this country can do when it decides it wants to help a cause. On February 16, The New York Yacht Club hosted the Golden Spinnaker Gala, organized by the Sailing Foundation of New York, in support of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Sailing Teams. 

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Games Prep
Golden Spinnaker Gala

The Sailing Foundation of New York raised an impressive $150,000 for the US Olympic and Paralympic Sailing Program at the Golden Spinnaker Gala. Hosted on Feb. 16 by New York Yacht Club at its iconic clubhouse in Manhattan, the evening event celebrated the hard work, team work and dedication required to achieve success at the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. 

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Youth Development
2012 Youth World Team Named

Eleven youth sailors have qualified for US Sailing's 2012 Youth World Team, and will receive invitations to represent the United States at the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) Youth World Championship in Dublin, Ireland, from July 12-21.

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USSTAG News
Tunnicliffe Named 2011 Rolex Yachtswoman

For the fourth straight year, Anna Tunnicliffe was named US Sailing's Rolex Yachtswoman of the Year.

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