Tight Racing at J Class Worlds:
Newport, RI (August 24, 2017) – Two windward leeward courses were planned for the Sound today at the 2017 JClass World Championship. JH1 Lionheart won race 4 (the first race of the day), followed by JK6 Hanuman and J5 Ranger. J8 Topaz won race 5 (second race of the day) at the J Class World Championship. Close behind were J5 Ranger and JH1 Lionheart. Hanuman and Lionheart are on equal points, Topaz is just 4 points behind. With no discards & 2 days left, this event can still go to any of the teams. Full Report.
Full Article: Scuttlebutt Sailing News – Tight Racing at J Class Worlds, Assoc Editor
The Importance of Hydration:
by Justin Norton, International Sailing Academy
Hydration seems like such an obvious concept in our sport. We are outdoors and in constant exposure to the wind and sun. Everyone knows they need to be well hydrated yet few understand when they are optimally hydrated or are starting to become dehydrated. In this article, we will discuss the performance factors of dehydration, how you can stay away from it, and strategies to ensure you are getting what you need.
How does dehydration affect our performance? When we become dehydrated our blo…
Full Article: Scuttlebutt Sailing News – The Importance of Hydration, Assoc Editor