Ten Commandments of Beercan Racing:
Rob Moore was only 58 years old when he succumbed to lung cancer on Jan. 6, 2012. He was among the 20% of lung cancer victims with no history of smoking. During Rob’s short tenure on the planet, he covered a lot of ground, and was both active in the sport and a popular contributor at the Latitude 38 publication.
Rob believed strongly that sailboat racing should be competitive and fun, and to encourage participation at all levels. He was discouraged by the downturn in participation in San Francisco Bay racing, and he was constantly trying to find ways to increase the number of boats on the water.
As a tribute to Rob, we annually share his “Scuttlebutt Sailing News – Ten Commandments of Beercan Racing, Editor
Paris 2024: What They Are Saying:
The RYA, whilst disappointed that the World Sailing Council did not feel able to support the recommendation of the Events Committee and its working party, are pleased to see sailing at the forefront of Olympi…
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