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Cut No Corners
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Cut No Corners

Harvard sailing rounds a buoy during a sunny race on the Charles.

Cut No Corners
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Sailing Rides Variable Weather to Middling Finish

The team faltered in its quest to claim glory in its two regional championships.

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Sailing Posts Strong Results Over the Weekend

Harvard claimed the top prize in the Sister Esther Open and finished the weekend with two third-place results the Hap Moore Team Race and the Mike Horn Trophy.

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BRIEF: Sailing Take Pair of Top-Five Finishes

​The 20th ranked coed and 15th ranked women’s Harvard sailing teams competed in three regattas this weekend, headlined by two fifth place finishes in the Victorian Coffee Urn and Erwin Schell Trophy.

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Sailing Paced by Third Place Finish at New England Match Race Championships

​A third place finish in the New England Match Race Championships propelled the Harvard sailing team into a four regatta weekend. This, in addition to the team’s rise to national prominence as women’s and coed teams were ranked 15th and 20th, respectively in the Sailing World Magazine’s latest poll, contributed to a successful weekend, despite the weather.

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Sailing Struggles Across Multiple Competitions

This weekend, across the table, ended in disappointment as the Crimson was in the back of the pack in three regattas, only salvaging a decent third place performance at the New England Match Race Championship.

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Sailing Takes Home Nicholas Barnett Trophy for Second Win of Year

​The Harvard sailing team demonstrated its resilience this weekend, fighting through difficult conditions to secure another set of strong results at two regattas. Despite facing heavy rain and challenging, variable wind, the Crimson was able to collect a pair of top-ten finishes, including its second victory of the year.

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Harvard Sailing Posts Strong Weekend Results

It was a busy weekend for the Harvard sailing team, with Crimson sailors competing at six regattas over two days.

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Sailing Finishes Third Weekend in Middle of Pack

On the third weekend of competition for the Harvard sailing team, the Crimson continually placed around the middle of the pack in four events.

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Sailing Finds Itself in the Middle of the Pack After Weekend Competitions

On the second weekend of competition for the Harvard sailing team, the group, participating in four events, continually placed in the middle of the pack.

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Sailing Posts Four Top-10 Finishes in Opening Weekend

Looking to set the tone for the young fall season with strong performances across the board, the Harvard sailing team posted four top-10 finishes in five regattas in its first weekend of action.

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BRIEF: Sailing Sees Postseason Opportunity Slip Away

The final regatta of the season was less than the best performance from the tea, finishing twelfth out of the 18 teams competing.

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Sailing Qualifies to ISCA Women's National Semis, Claims Boston Dinghy Challenge Cup

In the final weekend before the beginning of championship season, the Harvard sailing team posted three top-ten finishes in its co-ed events, highlighted by a victory in the 81st Boston Dinghy Challenge Cup.

Across the Pond
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Across the Pond

Seniors Marek Zaleski and Andrew Mollerus have taken different sailing paths, but they now share the same ambition: to sail professionally and make the Olympics. In both cases, they are aided by families that boast serious experience with the sport and push Zaleski and Mollerus to competitive excellence.

Across the Pond
Sailing

Sailors Chart Course for 2020 Olympics

Supported by sailing-savvy families, seniors Marek Zelski and Andrew Mollerus are planning to sail professionally, with the ultimate goal of making the Olympics.