The entire US SAILING Olympic Team has now been confirmed by US SAILING and the United States Olympic Committee as being entered for the 2004 Olympic Games.
US SAILING Olympic Team
|Single-Handed Dinghy Men||Kevin HALL||Finn|
|Double-Handed Dinghy Men||Paul FOERSTER and Kevin BURNHAM||470|
|Single-Handed Dinghy Men||Mark MENDELBLATT||Laser|
|Windsurfer Men||Peter WELLS||Mistral|
|Keelboat Men||Paul CAYARD and Phil TRINTER||Star|
|Single-Handed Dinghy Women||Meg GAILLARD||Europe|
|Double-Handed Dinghy Women||Katie MCDOWELL and Isabelle KINSOLVING||470|
|Keelboat Women||Carol CRONIN, Liz FILTER and Nancy HABERLAND||Yngling|
|Windsurfer Women||Lanee BUTLER BEASHEL||Mistral|
|Double-Handed Dinghy Open||Tim WADLOW and Pete SPAULDING||49er|
|Multihull Open||John LOVELL and Charlie OGLETREE||Tornado|
In mid-March, ISAF launched its Athens 2004 website, dedicated to delivering the latest information and news up to and including the Sailing event at Athens 2004.
A specific news section, which links from the front page of www.sailing.org, brings users the latest general Olympic news from the Greek Capital, as well as all the hot news on Olympic Qualification, IOC news and National selection and Olympic Trials news from around the globe.
Once the Olympic Sailing Competition starts, from the Laser boat draw on Tuesday 3 August, right up until the final day of racing on Saturday 28 August, and the Closing Ceremony on Sunday 29 August, ISAF will bring you the latest information direct from the Agios Kosmas Sailing Centre, including mark by mark roundings, weather information, results and photos.
In addition to almost real time news and results, the microsite contains all the information you could want about the Olympic Games. From a detailed history of Sailing at the Olympics, to information on the host city and country, the sailing venue, the field of play, classes, equipment, officials, qualification and competition documentation - all is available on the ISAF Athens 2004 microsite.