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The Sunfish US Masters (40+) Championship will be held July 31-Aug. 2, 2015 in Suburban Boston just four days after the New England Regional on Cape Cod, just 70 miles away. Sail one or sail both, but big, deep fleets are expected for a fantastic mid-summer week of fun and competition. Make a vacation out of it!

This is the US qualifying regatta for the Pan Am games.

Discounted memberships and benefit package now available for USSCA members.

ISCA has elected a new slate of officers, all being new to the job (with the exception of me and of course, Rob;) but up to it I can assure you! May I congratulate Larry Mass, Vicki Palmer, Sonya Dean and Rob Eberle.

Anne Patin got off to a tough start, but went on to take total control and win her 4th Women's North Americans.

Andres Ducasse of Chile won his second Sunfish North American Championship on the strength of book-end dominance on Days 1 and 4 in Mississippi. Greg Gust of Texas was the near-miss 2nd place finisher. More updates to come at this space. Click for full results.

2014's two Midwest Region Championships now listed!

In an effort to simplify the depowering process the Class has voted to allow two halyards, plus a third depowering ("Jens") line as of Jan. 1, 2014.

The North Americans will be at Bay Waveland Yacht Club in Mississippi at the end of July/Beginning of August.

The Pensacola Yacht Club in the Florida Panhandle will host both the Sunfish International Masters and Sunfish Midwinter Championships (with a day of team racing in between) the week of March 23-29, 2014

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