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U.S. Sailing Youth Championship - Miami YC Junior Members accepted

by Miami Yacht Club on 19 Jun 2013
David Hein and Katie Flood - CISA 2013 CISA Sailing http://www.cisasailing.org/
2013 U.S. Sailing Youth Championship for the Formula 16 is being held from August 13 to 16 in Corpus Christi, TX. Miami Yacht Club Junior Members Katie Flood and David Hein have been accepted to 'Youth Champs.'

Participation in Youth Champs is a prerequisite in competition for the 2014 US Worlds Team. Please click here for more information on all of the classes participating. 'Corpus Christi Yacht Club will provide a fantastic venue to showcase the talent of America's best youth sailors,' said Malinda Crain, Chair, US Sailing's Youth Championships Committee. 'Holding the regatta at the end of the summer gives young sailors a summer-end goal to strive toward. Expect exciting competition, high-quality coaching, lasting friendships and a few surprises all within the unique format of the U.S. Youth Championships.'

 

   

Skipper

Status

Crew

Fleet

Yacht Club

1.

Ben Brown

Accepted

Andrew Wilkinson

F16

Hobie Fleet 20

2.

Katie Flood

Accepted

Tyler Holmes

F16

Miami Yacht Club

3.

David Hein

Accepted

Max Hudson

F16

Cleveland Yachting Club / Lauderdale Yacht Club

4.

Ravi Parent

Accepted

Nico Schultz

F16

Sarasota Youth Sailing

5.

Sophia Schultz

Accepted

Joseph Bello

F16

Sarasota Youth Sailing

6.

Sarah Streater

Accepted

Haley Fox

F16

Lauderdale Yacht Club

7.

Cuyler Zimmerman

Accepted

soren wilde

F16

Santa Barbara Yacht Club

 


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