Pacific Cup: Embracing the trades:
(July 18, 2018) – Another day, and another series of surprises that continue to impact the rankings in this 20th edition of the Pacific Cup to Hawaii. Seemingly with every check-in, the rankings get shuffled, the pursuing boats make gains and the fleets continue to compress. Full report and video.
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Working at the Salvage Yard:
We all have those races when we get caught behind early and are forced to play catch up. Typically a strong regatta finish comes down to how well we salvage those races, so mastering the skills is a crucial tool in the tactical toolbox. In her column for SpinSheet magazine, Kim Couranz reflects on the concepts that helped her succeed at a recent regatta.
Don’t. Freak. Out.
This is waaaaay easier said than done, but focusing on how you got to where you are (OMG how did we have such a bad start? Why did they start us in such a big lefty…
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