- 2012 Paralympic GamesSailing at the Paralympic Games in Weymouth and Portland, U.K., runs through Sept. 6. US athletes competing include Jen French and JP Creignou (SKUD 18), Mark LeBlanc (2.4 mR), and Paul Callahan, Tom Brown, and Bradley Johnson (Sonar).Click here for more information on sailing at the Paralympic Games. Photos: US Sailing Team Sperry Top-Sider Facebook page
August 7, 2012Morning Toast, 2012 Olympics, Day 10by Stuart StreuliWomen's Match Racing gets into the elimination rounds, the final Olympic race for the RS:X (maybe) and the 470s get down to the nitty gritty.
August 6, 2012Afternoon Tea, 2012 Olympics, Day 9by Stuart StreuliThe Olympic regatta is dwindling quickly. Two more medal races today means there are only six fleets still racing. Tom Slingsby, of Australia, got redemption from four years ago when he went into the Olympics as the reigning Laser world champ and went home 22nd. He did what he had to do, held back Pavlos Kontides, of Cyprus, enough to ensure he couldn’t pass him in the overall standings. Kontides still got the first-ever Olympic medal for Cyprus. And at just 22, there’s probably more hardware down the road for this small island nation.
August 6, 20122012 Olympics, Day 9 Live Coverageby Stuart StreuliLive coverage of the Laser and Laser Radial medal races. Plus 49ers and the Men's 470.
August 6, 2012Morning Toast, 2012 Olympics, Day 9by Stuart StreuliTwo more medal races on tap. If you thought the Star medal race was exciting, wait until you see the set up for the Radial race.
August 5, 2012What Would You Have Doneby Stuart StreuliWith a bronze in hand, PJ Postma went for the gold in the bush, and wound up with nothing.