It’s been quite a while since my last post, and for sure long overdue! Things seem to get repetitive in the sailing world and I feel like I am just writing about the same stuff. I have managed to branch out a little more into the world of Professional sailing and the adventures have been great.
In the past month, I have been able to do [...]
The conclusion of the 2014 Central American and Caribbean Games is finally here. Today was our prize giving ceremony where Virgin Islands sailing took home 2 medals. (more…)
Dear Friends and Supporters,
A couple of weeks ago, I was invited by world class Brazilian Laser sailor Bruno Fontes to come and train in his backyard. So last Saturday I left Miami for Florianopolis, Brazil where I am now training with a small group for about 10 days in preparation for the Central American and Caribbean Games (CAC).
A huge T [...]
What an emotional roller coaster of a ride it has been these past few months. Having trained in California for 2.5 months and then spending July and August in Canada, working on speed and fitness, I headed to Santander Spain for the month of September. The ISAF World Championships were being held there and this was everything that I had been [...]
For those of you wondering where I have been, sorry…. I have been concentrating on my sailing and fitness all in preparation for the ISAF World Championships in Santander Spain this September. (more…)
Having wrapped 2 months of training in California, I went back to Rhode Island, where I competed in the J-70 Bacardi Regatta, which was all very new to me. Learned a lot, but didn’t have a great score! I was then asked to sail in the VXone North Americans a boat that I had sailed in Miami for the Bacardi Cup back in March. Its a fun boa [...]