• Life In Enoshima

    Team USA is fully embedded in their Olympic digs as the await competition.
    The reality is that the game are not a certainty at this point as COVID 19 cases are on the uptick
    in the Olympic Village and Japan is enduring a state of emergency with a big spike of cases throughout the country
    and many Japanese feel that hosting the games is unwise. This morning, one of the major sponsors Toyota, pulled out of'
    the games and other sponsors are on the fence...






    Another day closer, another great day on the water 🌊
    Racing begins on July 25th here in Japan 🇯🇵 with Lasers, Radials, and Men’s/Women’s RS:X kicking off the Games. Broadcasting for the US starts the evening of the 24th at 11pm ET / 8pm PT on NBC Olympics
    Stay tuned right here for a guide to watching and enjoying sailing at the summer Olympics, coming soon!
    Pictured: Charlie Buckingham



    Stephanie Roble (49erFX Skipper) with lots of good luck wishes from Lake Beulah Yacht Club back 𝚂𝙰𝙳-𝙷𝚘𝚖𝚎




    Left to right: Paige Railey (Radial), Lara Dallman-Weiss (Women's 470 crew), Steph Roble (49erFX Skipper), and Nikki Barnes (Women's 470 Skipper)





    Farrah Hall, women's RS:X athlete, with a cute poster.




    It was an electric day on the waters of Enoshima for the Finn fleet 🌊 featuring Team USA representative, Luke Muller and his coach, Mark Andrews hard at work testing sails and sparring against the world’s best before the big event.




    Paige Railey and her coach, Steve Mitchell, checking in during the first sail in her provided boat for the Olympics
    — in Enoshima.




    Riley Gibbs, Maggie Shea, and Luke Muller sit down to dinner together at the sailing athlete village with plastic dividers throughout the dining hall for extra caution
    — in Enoshima.


    Sunset view outside the athlete village on Thursday, July 15
    — in Enoshima.



    Lara Dallman-Weiss, Anna Weis, and Nikki Barnes flex for the camera just outside the gym facilities at the sailing athlete village
    — in Enoshima.
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