- 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 4, 20122012 Olympics, Day 7 Live Coverageby The EditorsThe medal races start tomorrow, but there's a lot of crucial races on Day 7 of the 2012 Olympic Regatta. Catch all the live action.
August 3, 2012Afternoon Tea, 2012 Olympics, Day 6by Stuart StreuliThe regatta ends early, and in disappointing fashion, for 2008 silver medalist Zach Railey. But there's some good news from the 470 circle. A quick look back at U.S. Sailing Team Sperry Top-Sider on Day 6 of the 2012 Olympic Regatta.
August 3, 2012Worth the Waitby Stuart StreuliThe last team to start racing puts together the best opening set of results for the U.S. Sailing Team Sperry Top-Sider. Amanda Clark and Sarah Lihan are right in the lead group in the Women's 470.
August 3, 20122012 Olympics, Day 6 Live Coverageby The EditorsBen and Jonas, Iain and Robert. The Women's 470. The 49ers on the Nothe. And more. It's a busy day off Weymouth and we'll have as much of the action as we can bring you from our multiple vantage points.
August 3, 2012Morning Toast, 2012 Olympics, Day 6by Stuart StreuliBen and Jonas resume their battle for Finn glory. The Women's 470 get started, finally, and the 49ers go for three crucial races on the topsy-turvy Nothe Course.