MY CONTACT INFO
It seems my active Severn School email was short-lived. I am reachable now only at firstname.lastname@example.org Sorry for that.
We will rig boats from 1500-1630 Thursday and Friday, and Monday if needed. Hold on to your hats tonight and tomorrow, will be windy (tornado watch(!) in the Carolinas as well). I believe there will be a bus but please confirm that with Coach Duncan.
I will assume that once the boats are rigged, we are cleared to begin sailing practice. Coach Duncan will organize and manage fitness details, and the Team Run. I am looking forward to trying it out. You can see our team run map here:
IMPROVE YOUR SAILING WITH CLINIC PARTICIPATION (IN THE OFF SEASON)
There are many good clinics around the area and country. If you are interested in developing sailing skills, consider the Brooke E. Gonzalez and/or the Neill Clinic. Several of our current team members have participated and could tell you more about them. Even more information on these, and other clinics, can be found on the “Sailing In College” page on our website (scroll down):
Thanks Baylesses, I heard back from you on your availability this spring for sailing events. This leaves a few responses still to come in. Please view our season schedule here:
https://severnschoolsailing.com/schedule/ The events colored in light blue and mustard are the ones that Severn School are in.
If there is any interest in the NESSA-MASSA Intersectional, I’d love to send a team!!
WE’LL SELL YOU THE WHOLE SEAT, BUT YOU’LL ONLY NEED THE EDGE
If you happen to be around the Magothy River on 18 March in a boat, consider moseying on by the Severn School sailing area. There will be some top-level college team race action going on in the afternoon as Yale squares off against St. Mary’s College.
OLD VIDEO FROM SEVERN SCHOOL SAILING
Here’s a oldie from the vault, when Mr. Olympian Joe Morris was still a HS sailor, and several of the other interviewees are now college graduates. See anyone you know?: