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  • Sailor reflects on his solo round-the-world test of endurance

    Sailor reflects on his solo round-the-world test of endurance
    Pounded by a storm, alone aboard a vessel in the vast Southern Ocean on his way from South Africa to New Zealand, Dave Rearick took out his frustration in his blog in 2013 two days before the start of the new year. "It takes a lot of mental focus to...
  • Balboa Yacht Club repeats as Rose Cup champ

    Balboa Yacht Club repeats as Rose Cup champ
    Skipper Christophe Killian, a Corona del Mar High alumnus, along with Harrison Vandervort and Jack Martin completed a remarkable run Sunday to capture the U.S. Youth Match Racing Championship for the second straight year in Newport Beach. Killian of the...
  • Navy baseball nets four on Academic Honor Roll

    Navy baseball nets four on Academic Honor Roll
    NAVY BASEBALL: The Navy baseball team had four student-athletes named to the sport's Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, it was announced by the conference on Wednesday. Jack Keller, a four-time honoree led the group of Midshipmen that included Isaac...
  • Inaugural Snipe Invitational broadens sailing skills

    Inaugural Snipe Invitational broadens sailing skills
    There has been considerable discussion and debate about how the United States trains its junior sailors. Some have suggested the current model, which features youngsters racing in Optimist and Club 420 dinghies from beginner through college, is not...
  • J/World students gain offshore experience during Annapolis-to-Newport Race

    J/World students gain offshore experience during Annapolis-to-Newport Race
    Student experience A crew compromised of students from J/World Annapolis enjoyed the experience of a lifetime when they competed in the 2015 Annapolis-to-Newport Race. Kristen Berry and Jeff Jordan, both of whom hold the title of Director at J/World...
  • Tenacious takes top honors in J/105 class at AYC Annual Regatta

    Tenacious takes top honors in J/105 class at AYC Annual Regatta
    Brothers Carl and Scott Gitchell used to argue so much aboard the J/105 they co-own their crew took to calling them "The Bickersomes." Age and maturity have mellowed the brothers over the years and things are less contentious on Tenacious as a result....
  • Killian undefeated on first day of Rose Cup

    Killian undefeated on first day of Rose Cup
    Christophe Killian isn't messing around. The skipper, a Corona del Mar High alumnus, and his Balboa Yacht Club team are using their home waters to their advantage at the U.S. Youth Match Racing Championship, also known as the Rose Cup. Killian, Harrison...
  • Community and Clubs: Volunteers honored for their service

    Local service clubs honored members for exceptional community service at the seventh annual Daily Pilot Community and Clubs Hall of Fame Luncheon on June 12. State Sen. John Moorlach (R-Costa Mesa) acted as master of ceremonies and helped present the...
  • Migrants return to sea to race in sailing world championship

    Two African migrants, who barely survived their first trips across the Mediterranean on rickety boats, are heading back out to sea to compete in a world championship sailing competition. Elias Orjini, a Christian from Ghana, and Mohamed Sabaly, a...
  • Killian seeks repeat in Rose Cup

    All signs point to a repeat victory in the U.S. Youth Match Racing Championship for local sailors Christophe Killian, Harrison Vandervort and Jack Martin. But Killian, the skipper out of Corona del Mar High, says going back-to-back can't be a...
  • Safe harbor for Hermione: Replica frigate could face challenge getting to Annapolis City Dock

    Safe harbor for Hermione: Replica frigate could face challenge getting to Annapolis City Dock
    Hard to find parking in Annapolis? Try finding a spot for a 216-foot-long, 1,260-ton vessel. That's the challenge facing Hermione, the replica of the 18th-century French frigate that took the Marquis de Lafayette on his second journey to the United...