by Kim Couranz - Spinsheet magazine
Just because you can do something doesn't always mean you should. That "just one more" rum and coke, just because there's an already-opened can of soda? Maybe not a good idea. Polishing off the tray of lasagna, because you're "just helping to clean up"? Not if you're trying to be healthy. Tacking on a random competitor halfway up the first beat, just because they're there? Nope, not okay.
By Kim Couranz
What do you get when you mix 30 young sailors, 15 challenging dinghies, and a handful of experienced sailors who are also eager to share their knowledge of the boat?
Some "Serious Sailing, Serious Fun" at the Snipe Junior World Championship Qualifier, June 20-22 at Severn Sailing Association (SSA) in Annapolis.
Sailors came from up and down the East Coast to compete in the event - eager to earn one of the three slots available to represent the United States at the 2015 Snipe Junior World Championship, to be held in Talamone, Italy, the week before the Senior World Championship.