CISA Advanced Racing Clinic

2013 CISA Advanced Racing Clinic

This morning I hopped on a JetBlue flight from FLL to LAX with my crew, Katie Flood to sail in the 2013 CISA Advanced Racing Clinic. This clinic is one of the elite youth sailing clinics in the USA for the entire year. About 150 sailors from around the country are invited to sail in…

St Pete NOODS Start Today!

Today is the first day of racing at the St Pete NOOD regatta.  I have been over on the West Coast of Florida for the past week training with Red Gear Racing for my campaign, but I am sailing an AHPC C2 F18 with Todd Riccardi who arrived LATE last night.  Today we have to…

The Ultimate Goal and How To Get There!

Everyone knows that I am aiming to win the Olympic Gold Medal in the Mixed Multihull discipline at the Games in Rio!  Most of you know that I will stop at nothing to achieve my goal and that I have dedicated the next four years of my life to this one.  I also have some…

Back To Clearwater For More Training

Since I first started sailing multihulls, I have been dong a lot of my training in Clearwater, Florida.  My coach, Robbie Daniels and Red Gear Racing are based here and so it is a perfect place to train in light and shifty breeze.   Red Gear Racing offers a pretty incredible setup for young and advanced…

David and Jeremy on F16

Big thanks to our Sponsors

This Campaign would not be possible without the support of our sponsors. This year at the 2012 F16 Nationals in Panama City Florida, we had the support of SEA (Sail Equipment Australia) and Harken. Both have done their part to make sure that my crew and I did the best we could. Although we made a few…

A new Sponsorship Opportunity

In my quest for the Team USA slot for the 2016 Games in Rio, I am sailing a lot!  Over the next four years I am pretty much sailing full time, training in Florida, Texas, California, Ohio and spending 2-3 weeks before each event practicing in locations like Spain, France, Germany, Brazil, Australia, Canada and…

F18 Worlds Day 5

Saturday was the final day of the F18 World Championships in Los Angles. It was extremely light, and we only got off one race, but it was a race to remember. I knew that with the light wind, we had to just go for a good start and good boat speed to be able to…