Sailor of the Week - February, 2011
- Linda Epstein Linda Epstein in is a well-rounded sailor. She has a passion for racing, and although she skippered quite a bit early in her career, Linda prefers crewing these days. She takes pride in being a great teammate, and giving back to the sport is important to her now more than ever.
- Caleb Paine US Sailing Development Team member Caleb Paine made quite the impression on the world’s top Finn sailors at last month’s US SAILING’s Rolex Miami OCR. The San Diego native qualified for the final Medal Race, and finished 10th overall out of 37 competitors and second out of 15 Americans.
- Larry Ledgerwood Last Week's SOTW: US SAILING’s National Sailing Program Symposium Chairman Larry Ledgerwood was ecstatic with the turnout from last month’s NSPS in Clearwater Beach, Fla. Larry has played a significant role in the growth and the direction of this signature US SAILING event for sailing education, and was honored at NSPS with US SAILING’s Ginny Award for service and support to sail training.
- Marcel Beaudin Last Week's SOTW: Marcel Beaudin, one of the original founders of the Lake Champlain Community Sailing Center in South Burlington, Vt., was honored at US SAILING’s National Sailing Program Symposium last month with the prestigious Marty Luray Award for his significant contributions to public access sailing.