Big CONGRATULATIONS to GCYSA sailor @lucija.ruzevic for winning the 2019 U.S. Junior Woman’s Single Handed Championship (Leiter) this week held at Richmond Yacht club, San Francisco. Lucija put on a dominant performance managing to win 6 of the 10 races and dropping a 4th. For full results go to the following link https://theclubspot.com/regatta/lpWGltK1lG/results

2019-07-14T08:33:31-05:00

Big CONGRATULATIONS to GCYSA sailor @lucija.ruzevic for winning the 2019 U.S. Junior Woman's Single Handed Championship (Leiter) this week held at Richmond Yacht club, San Francisco. Lucija put on a dominant performance managing to win 6 of the 10 races and dropping a 4th. For full results go to the following link https://theclubspot.com/regatta/lpWGltK1lG/results

Big CONGRATULATIONS to GCYSA sailor @lucija.ruzevic for winning the 2019 U.S. Junior Woman’s Single Handed Championship (Leiter) this week held at Richmond Yacht club, San Francisco. Lucija put on a dominant performance managing to win 6 of the 10 races and dropping a 4th. For full results go to the following link https://theclubspot.com/regatta/lpWGltK1lG/results 2019-07-14T08:33:31-05:00

We are happy to announce the GCYSA open training camp for Laser Radial and Laser 4.7 sailors. This will be taking place in Corpus Christi, TX from the 7th-11th of August. This training camp will give sailors a unique opportunity to train as GCYSA usually do. If you would like more information please go to www.gcysa.org Or if you would like to sign up for the training camp please do so through the expression of interest form here ==> https://docs.google.com/forms/d/16C9QxwD614SD9nUTC655zR9gQ92XS3Th8MEPsYGUkl8/edit

2019-07-02T12:42:06-05:00

We are happy to announce the GCYSA open training camp for Laser Radial and Laser 4.7 sailors. This will be taking place in Corpus Christi, TX from the 7th-11th of August. This training camp will give sailors a unique opportunity to train as GCYSA usually do. If you would like more information please go to www.gcysa.org Or if you would like to sign up for the training camp please do so through the expression of interest form here ==> https://docs.google.com/forms/d/16C9QxwD614SD9nUTC655zR9gQ92XS3Th8MEPsYGUkl8/edit

We are happy to announce the GCYSA open training camp for Laser Radial and Laser 4.7 sailors. This will be taking place in Corpus Christi, TX from the 7th-11th of August. This training camp will give sailors a unique opportunity to train as GCYSA usually do. If you would like more information please go to www.gcysa.org Or if you would like to sign up for the training camp please do so through the expression of interest form here ==> https://docs.google.com/forms/d/16C9QxwD614SD9nUTC655zR9gQ92XS3Th8MEPsYGUkl8/edit 2019-07-02T12:42:06-05:00

The US Youth Sailing Champions concluded earlier this week. The team preformed well and most importantly improving every race. Big congratulations to @marcus.huttunen for finishing 2nd overall in the laser standard. Also to @mburnsii for finishing 6th overall in the Laser Radial division and @grace17austin for finishing 7th overall and 1st girl also in the Laser Radial division. Next event for the team will be the Laser North American Championships. For full results go to this site ==> https://theclubspot.com/regatta/7ju1z57EfV/results @ussailing

2019-06-28T11:43:20-05:00

The US Youth Sailing Champions concluded earlier this week. The team preformed well and most importantly improving every race. Big congratulations to @marcus.huttunen for finishing 2nd overall in the laser standard. Also to @mburnsii for finishing 6th overall in the Laser Radial division and @grace17austin for finishing 7th overall and 1st girl also in the Laser Radial division. Next event for the team will be the Laser North American Championships. For full results go to this site ==> https://theclubspot.com/regatta/7ju1z57EfV/results @ussailing

The US Youth Sailing Champions concluded earlier this week. The team preformed well and most importantly improving every race. Big congratulations to @marcus.huttunen for finishing 2nd overall in the laser standard. Also to @mburnsii for finishing 6th overall in the Laser Radial division and @grace17austin for finishing 7th overall and 1st girl also in the Laser Radial division. Next event for the team will be the Laser North American Championships. For full results go to this site ==> https://theclubspot.com/regatta/7ju1z57EfV/results @ussailing 2019-06-28T11:43:20-05:00

Rather hot weekend in Austin this weekend for the Texas state Laser championships. Was a fun weekend with @bryantrammell taking out the laser standard division and @emma_mcinnis taking out the Laser Radial division. The next event for the team will be the US youth sailing championships in New Jersey later this month.

2019-06-10T13:51:13-05:00

Rather hot weekend in Austin this weekend for the Texas state Laser championships. Was a fun weekend with @bryantrammell taking out the laser standard division and @emma_mcinnis taking out the Laser Radial division. The next event for the team will be the US youth sailing championships in New Jersey later this month.

Rather hot weekend in Austin this weekend for the Texas state Laser championships. Was a fun weekend with @bryantrammell taking out the laser standard division and @emma_mcinnis taking out the Laser Radial division. The next event for the team will be the US youth sailing championships in New Jersey later this month. 2019-06-10T13:51:13-05:00

Mid Winter’s East is done and dusted for another year. It was an event that provided tough competition for the team over 4 days. The team sailed in races with winds ranging from 2-15 knots with the wind very rarely stabilising. Big congratulations to @asher_zittrer for finishing 2nd in the Laser Radial fleet. Next stop for the GCYSA team will be Mid Winter’s West in a month’s time (this event will serve as the 2nd Youth world’s selection event). Finally we would like to throw out a big thank you to @mikebtodd for coming down and being apart of the coaching team. Final results can be found here==> http://www.regattanetwork.com/event/16725#_newsroom+results

2019-02-26T07:50:01-05:00

Mid Winter's East is done and dusted for another year. It was an event that provided tough competition for the team over 4 days. The team sailed in races with winds ranging from 2-15 knots with the wind very rarely stabilising. Big congratulations to @asher_zittrer for finishing 2nd in the Laser Radial fleet. Next stop for the GCYSA team will be Mid Winter's West in a month's time (this event will serve as the 2nd Youth world's selection event). Finally we would like to throw out a big thank you to @mikebtodd for coming down and being apart of the coaching team. Final results can be found here==> http://www.regattanetwork.com/event/16725#_newsroom+results

Mid Winter’s East is done and dusted for another year. It was an event that provided tough competition for the team over 4 days. The team sailed in races with winds ranging from 2-15 knots with the wind very rarely stabilising. Big congratulations to @asher_zittrer for finishing 2nd in the Laser Radial fleet. Next stop for the GCYSA team will be Mid Winter’s West in a month’s time (this event will serve as the 2nd Youth world’s selection event). Finally we would like to throw out a big thank you to @mikebtodd for coming down and being apart of the coaching team. Final results can be found here==> http://www.regattanetwork.com/event/16725#_newsroom+results 2019-02-26T07:50:01-05:00

2019 Laser Nationals provided some fun and challenging conditions this past week in Fort Lauderdale. Winds ranged from 0-15 knots. The team had a good regatta and have come away with a few things to “fine tune” between now and the first Youth Worlds Trials. Congratulations to @mburnsii for coming away 10th overall in a tough fleet! The rest of the results can be found here: https://www.regattanetwork.com/clubmgmt/applet_regatta_results.php?regatta_id=16691

2019-01-15T09:42:18-05:00

2019 Laser Nationals provided some fun and challenging conditions this past week in Fort Lauderdale. Winds ranged from 0-15 knots. The team had a good regatta and have come away with a few things to “fine tune” between now and the first Youth Worlds Trials. Congratulations to @mburnsii for coming away 10th overall in a tough fleet! The rest of the results can be found here: https://www.regattanetwork.com/clubmgmt/applet_regatta_results.php?regatta_id=16691

2019 Laser Nationals provided some fun and challenging conditions this past week in Fort Lauderdale. Winds ranged from 0-15 knots. The team had a good regatta and have come away with a few things to “fine tune” between now and the first Youth Worlds Trials. Congratulations to @mburnsii for coming away 10th overall in a tough fleet! The rest of the results can be found here: https://www.regattanetwork.com/clubmgmt/applet_regatta_results.php?regatta_id=16691 2019-01-15T09:42:18-05:00
Alex Dyet GCYSA Head Coach The Gulf Coast Youth Sailing Association is pleased to announce the addition of Alex Dyet as Head Coach. Alex is from Auckland, New Zealand and has enjoyed a successful youth and adult career in the Laser, competing in national, international and world championships. In addition, Alex was a member of the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron team that finished on the podium in the Harken National and International Youth Match Racing Championships. In 2016 and 2017, Alex handled the main and tactics for Southern Cross Racing which placed first and second, respectively, in the China Cup. Alex holds senior coaching certifications from both Yachting New Zealand and the Hong Kong Sailing Federation. For the past 3 1/2 years, he has been the Lead Laser Coach at the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club where he has built a program that is recognized nationally and internationally. He has coached his sailors at international events including multiple Laser World Championships and World Sailing Youth World Championships. Alex’s coaching philosophy regarding youth sailors is very much in line with ours and we look forward to adding him to our team. Please welcome Alex when you see him at practice beginning January 19, 2019.
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Alex Dyet GCYSA Head Coach The Gulf Coast Youth Sailing Association is pleased to announce the addition of Alex Dyet as Head Coach. Alex is from Auckland, New Zealand and has enjoyed a successful youth and adult career in the Laser, competing in national, international and world championships. In addition, Alex was a member of the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron team that finished on the podium in the Harken National and International Youth Match Racing Championships. In 2016 and 2017, Alex handled the main and tactics for Southern Cross Racing which placed first and second, respectively, in the China Cup. Alex holds senior coaching certifications from both Yachting New Zealand and the Hong Kong Sailing Federation. For the past 3 1/2 years, he has been the Lead Laser Coach at the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club where he has built a program that is recognized nationally and internationally. He has coached his sailors at international events including multiple Laser World Championships and World Sailing Youth World Championships. Alex’s coaching philosophy regarding youth sailors is very much in line with ours and we look forward to adding him to our team. Please welcome Alex when you see him at practice beginning January 19, 2019.

Alex Dyet GCYSA Head Coach The Gulf Coast Youth Sailing Association is pleased to announce the addition of Alex Dyet as Head Coach. Alex is from Auckland, New Zealand and has enjoyed a successful youth and adult career in the Laser, competing in national, international and world championships. In addition, Alex was a member of the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron team that finished on the podium in the Harken National and International Youth Match Racing Championships. In 2016 and 2017, Alex handled the main and tactics for Southern Cross Racing which placed first and second, respectively, in the China Cup. Alex holds senior coaching certifications from both Yachting New Zealand and the Hong Kong Sailing Federation. For the past 3 1/2 years, he has been the Lead Laser Coach at the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club where he has built a program that is recognized nationally and internationally. He has coached his sailors at international events including multiple Laser World Championships and World Sailing Youth World Championships. Alex’s coaching philosophy regarding youth sailors is very much in line with ours and we look forward to adding him to our team. Please welcome Alex when you see him at practice beginning January 19, 2019.

2019-01-07T20:59:26-05:00

Alex Dyet GCYSA Head Coach The Gulf Coast Youth Sailing Association is pleased to announce the addition of Alex Dyet as Head Coach. Alex is from Auckland, New Zealand and has enjoyed a successful youth and adult career in the Laser, competing in national, international and world championships. In addition, Alex was a member of the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron team that finished on the podium in the Harken National and International Youth Match Racing Championships. In 2016 and 2017, Alex handled the main and tactics for Southern Cross Racing which placed first and second, respectively, in the China Cup. Alex holds senior coaching certifications from both Yachting New Zealand and the Hong Kong Sailing Federation. For the past 3 1/2 years, he has been the Lead Laser Coach at the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club where he has built a program that is recognized nationally and internationally. He has coached his sailors at international events including multiple Laser World Championships and World Sailing Youth World Championships. Alex's coaching philosophy regarding youth sailors is very much in line with ours and we look forward to adding him to our team. Please welcome Alex when you see him at practice beginning January 19, 2019.

Alex Dyet GCYSA Head Coach The Gulf Coast Youth Sailing Association is pleased to announce the addition of Alex Dyet as Head Coach. Alex is from Auckland, New Zealand and has enjoyed a successful youth and adult career in the Laser, competing in national, international and world championships. In addition, Alex was a member of the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron team that finished on the podium in the Harken National and International Youth Match Racing Championships. In 2016 and 2017, Alex handled the main and tactics for Southern Cross Racing which placed first and second, respectively, in the China Cup. Alex holds senior coaching certifications from both Yachting New Zealand and the Hong Kong Sailing Federation. For the past 3 1/2 years, he has been the Lead Laser Coach at the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club where he has built a program that is recognized nationally and internationally. He has coached his sailors at international events including multiple Laser World Championships and World Sailing Youth World Championships. Alex’s coaching philosophy regarding youth sailors is very much in line with ours and we look forward to adding him to our team. Please welcome Alex when you see him at practice beginning January 19, 2019. 2019-01-07T20:59:26-05:00