With a successful Nationals behind us, it's time to focus on our fleet again! TESOD is well underway with turnouts of 4-7 boats on a typical night, we have some local regattas coming up, and we have some new Fleet Members to welcome! THE REGATTA PLANNER IS BACK!!! More details about regattas are below, but… Continue reading 2021 Still Has Lots of Fun Regattas Left!
Greetings, Class of 2021 Snipe Nationals Alums! We cannot thank you enough for taking time out of your busy summer schedules to come sail with us at the first "post-vaccine" Nationals! We hope your travels home were safe and uneventful. A few "after action" items: SWAG!!! The regatta gear store will remain open one more week… Continue reading Nationals Recap for Competitors
Ernesto Rodriguez and Kathleen Tocke hang on to capture the U.S. Snipe National Championship.
Ernesto Rodriguez and Kathleen Tocke moved into first place at Snipe Nationals with a 1-1 in challenging conditions today.
Raul Rios/Andrea Riefhohl Gonzalez mastered the conditions and sailed to finishes of 3-1-2 to move into first place on Day 2 of the U.S. Snipe National Championship.
Fresh off winning A Division at College Nationals earlier this month, Alfonso García Bringas and crew Olivia Smith sailed to a 1-3 in tricky conditions off Annapolis today. Raul Rios/Andrea Riefkohl Gonzalez currently sit in second, with Charles Miller/Lindsey Kroc in third. The 52-boat fleet in the U.S. Snipe Nationals, held out of Severn Sailing… Continue reading García Bringas/Smith Jump to Early Lead at Snipe Nationals
Snipe sailors from around the country and beyond have descended on Severn Sailing Association in Annapolis for the 2021 U.S. Snipe Nationals.
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The Annapolis Snipe Fleet was delighted to welcome George Szabo as our coach for the May 22-23 clinic. But two days together on the water wasn’t enough for this group! We gathered again via Zoom for an hour of sharing our key takeaways.