An American Sailing Story

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Hardcover, 245 Pages. Author: Gary Jobson and Cynthia Goss. All Book Sales Are Final.

Growing up on the New Jersey Shore, sailing was a way of life for Gary Jobson. He discovered in his first regatta at age 6 that what you learn in a sailboat is more important that what you achieve. After winning the America's Cup in 1977 and the legendary Fastnet Race in 1979, both as a tactician for Ted Turner, Gary sailed with many other competitive sailors who had also forged international reputations as innovators in their fields. What Gary learned from these pioneers led him to conceptualize a role for himself in sailing that no one had previously envisioned. For more than four decades Gary tirelessly promoted the sport of sailing to audiences around the world. through lecture tours, books, events, and as ESPN's sailing commentator, Gary's face and voice became synonymous with sailing in America. This impactful memoir details the life of America's face of competitive sailing.   

 

Hardcover, 245 Pages. Author: Gary Jobson and Cynthia Goss. All Book Sales Are Final.

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