Team up for adventure and proceed boldly no matter the course by showing your support for the red, white and blue. Inspired by athletes who are competing at the highest level, the new line of official US Sailing Team apparel is built for bold adventures at sea and on the shore.
The new US Sailing Team collection includes both on-water and off-water apparel items like a performance jacket, tech tees, a warm fleece quarter zip for windy days on the water, and a summer-ready quarter zip for sunny days on the shore.
Shop the full collection here and read more about the US Sailing Team Sperry below.
Women’s 470 Class teammates Annie Haeger and Briana Provancha of the US Sailing Team Sperry prepping their boat on the docks in Palma de Mallorca before the final Team selection event. After their performance in the championships the pair will be competing in Rio on the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team later this year.
Men’s 470 Class teammates Stu McNay and teammate Dave Hughes staying warm on the shore at the Sailing World Cup Hyères where the pair won their medal race and finished in 5th overall. The duo will be representing Team USA in Rio later this year.
Women’s RS:X competitor Marion Lepert preps her windsurfer in Hyères. The California-born windsurfer has been on the water since 2004, began racing in 2007, and has been competing in RS:X events since 2013. Lepert will be competing in her first Olympic Games in Rio in 2016.
Caleb Paine of the US Sailing Team Sperry has been sailing since the age of seven. Paine has years of accomplishments and experience on the water and began sailing in Finn races in 2012. In preparation for this year’s competition Paine trained alongside one of his closest competitors, Zach Railey. The pair competed against each other in the Finn European Championship and, as a result of his performance in the event, Paine will be representing Team USA in the Finn class in Rio in 2016.
Paralympians Hugh Freund and Brad Kendell enjoying lunch in a cafe in France with their coach during the Sailing World Cup Hyères. Missing from photo is the team’s third teammate Rick Doerr. The trio of American athletes all hail from different parts of the United States and train separately for much of the year in preparation for races, but come together with coordinated precision and skill on the water, as shown in the Sunbrella Uncharted Waters series. The crew has accomplished several major feats on the water and have medaled in several national competitions around the globe. The trio recently qualified to compete in the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio.
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