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Sailing Sees Mixed Results in First Weekend of Team Racing

In an unorthodox weekend, the Harvard sailing team braved variable conditions and new race styles, culminating in mixed results.

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Sailing Places Top 10 at Three Weekend Events

The Harvard sailing team concluded an eventful weekend with three top-10 finishes, including a fourth-place effort at the Nickerson Trophy hosted by Tufts.

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Sailing Sees Mixed Results in Busy Weekend

The Crimson split four events across the Northeast, with the Harvard Invitational at home, the George Warren Smith Trophy at MIT, the Regis Bowl hosted by Boston University, and the Rogers Trophy at Cornell, emerging with mixed results overall.

Water, Water, Everywhere
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Water, Water, Everywhere

Sailors navigate the Charles in action last April.

Water, Water, Everywhere
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Sailing Faces Mixed Weather in Three Weekend Regattas

The Harvard sailing teams competed in the NEISA Singlehanded Championships, Amanda Trophy, and the Hood Trophy, with the women’s team winning the B Division over the course of the whole regatta.

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Sailing at Full Mast

The Harvard sailing team will brave the cold on the Charles once again this year, getting its sea legs down for the fall season. The Crimson is confident in its incoming talent this season, as it looks to piece together individual performance and string it into wins.

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Sailing Looks to Individual Performance for Team Success

​Collegiate sailing is an elusive sport. While water polo and swimming find comfort in a heated pool, the Harvard sailing team braves the cold and unforgiving outdoor waters. The team must embrace the elements, for the wind and water determine whether they will succeed—or fail.

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BRIEF: Sailing Takes Competes at New England Team Race Championship, Emily Wick Regatta

​This weekend, the Harvard Sailing team faced off in two regattas—the New England Team Race Championship and the Emily Wick Trophy.

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Harvard Sailing Team Faces Rough Weather Conditions in Four Weekend Regattas

The Harvard sailing team was kept busy this weekend with four different regattas across New England. The team hosted the Central Series III, as well as sent sailors to the Lynne Marchiando Trophy Team Race hosted by MIT, the Dellenbaugh Women’s Trophy hosted by Brown, and the BU Trophy.

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Sailing Evades Unfavorable Weather to Win Charleston Regatta

​At the Charleston Spring Coed Regatta on March 11 and 12, the Crimson sailing team claimed a first place finish by a margin of four points over the second place Georgetown Hoyas.

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.