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  1. Racing Destiny
  2. A Win at Key West
  3. Seeing the Wind
  4. Getting Back to Basics
  5. Panel Layout and Fabrics
  6. Surviving in Light Air
  7. Shifting Gears Upwind, Part Two
  8. Standing Rigging Basics
  9. Shifting Gears in Light and Variable Wind
  10. It All Starts with a Yarn
  11. The Perfect Traveler
  12. Basic Downwind Performance, Part Three
  13. The Art and Science of Standing Watch
  14. Making Mark Roundings Work for You
  15. Getting Good Starts, Part Two
  16. Iceboating 101—The Need for Speed
  17. Getting Good Starts, Part One
  18. Life in the Danger Zone
  19. Basic Downwind Performance, Part Two
  20. Perfecting the Jibe-Set
  21. Basic Downwind Performance—Part One
  22. Putting Jibes in Perspective
  23. Becoming a Racer
  24. Modern Crew Overboard Rescues
  25. Choosing the Right Headsail
  26. Gearing Up for Performance
  27. Understanding Apparent Wind
  28. What is PHRF
  29. The Louis Vuitton Cup Begins
  30. Speed Week Redux
  31. Choosing a Sail
  32. Around Alone 2002-03 Preview
  33. Understanding the Racing Rules, Part Three
  34. The Louis Vuitton Cup
  35. In Support of Match Racing
  36. Heavy Air Fears
  37. Reading the Shape of the Wind
  38. Optimist Sailing—A Growing Concern
  39. America's Cup Preview
  40. Measuring Boat Speed
  41. Spinnaker Pole Set-Up
  42. The Ultimate Performance Cruiser
  43. Rig Tension
  44. Racing Rules Review
  45. Setting the Spinnaker Pole
  46. How to Steer in Waves
  47. Bermuda Race Strategy for Beginners
  48. Racing for Charity—A Case Study
  49. Spinnaker Changes
  50. Recovering from Bad Starts
  51. Headsail Trimming Basics
  52. Cruising Spinnakers
  53. Lessons Learned in Error
  54. Around Alone—Four Months and Counting
  55. Talking the Talk
  56. Hull Preparation for Performance
  57. The Worrell 1000 Turns 20
  58. More Lessons from the Volvo Ocean Race
  59. The Right Mix
  60. Speed differential
  61. Cruising Spinnakers
  62. Spinnaker Takedown Basics
  63. Lessons from the Volvo Ocean Race
  64. J/24 Silver Anniversary
  65. Bloopers
  66. Handling Leeward Gates
  67. Improving Performance
  68. Optimizing Your Practice
  69. Port-Tack Starts
  70. The Basics of Doing the Bow—Part Two
  71. America’s Cup Shenanigans
  72. Lessons from the AC Crowd
  73. The Basics of Doing the Bow
  74. Understanding the Inhauler
  75. Synchronized Sail Trim
  76. Two-Boat Tuning
  77. Getting a Handle on Wind
  78. Tuning the Rig
  79. Nuances of On Board Communication
  80. Mainsail Controls for Performance, Part Two
  81. Defining True Grit
  82. Holiday on Ice
  83. Thinking and Looking Ahead
  84. Rereaving the Main Halyard
  85. Understanding the Racing Rules
  86. Getting a Sail Number
  87. Tacking Angles
  88. Bear-Away Spinnaker Sets
  89. Key West Race Week 2002 Wrap-Up
  90. One Old Man and the Sea
  91. Key West Race Week 2002
  92. Off-Season Seminars, Part Two
  93. The Sydney-Hobart Classic
  94. Communicating on Board
  95. The Philosophy of Cross-Training
  96. Basic Mainsail Trim for Racers, Part Two
  97. New and Improved Laser Controls
  98. Negotiating Leeward Gates
  99. Adapting from the Match Race Crowd
  100. The New Transatlantic Record
  101. The 2001 Transat Jacques Vabre
  102. The World of Kite Sailing
  103. The World of Kite Sailing
  104. Match-Racing Master Peter Holmberg
  105. So You Want to Be a Match Racer
  106. Barcolana Bonanza
  107. Innovating for Performance
  108. Basic Mainsail Trim for Racers, Part One
  109. The Need for Speed
  110. Fitness for Every Sailor
  111. History of ISAF
  112. Tracking the Volvo Ocean Race
  113. Gearing Up for the Mini Transat
  114. The Hope that Sport Brings
  115. Ocean Challenge Live
  116. That Damn Tide
  117. Using a Whisker Pole
  118. Performance Tips from the Top
  119. Jaded on the Jubilee
  120. Volvo Ocean Race Preview
  121. The Sport of Gentlemen?
  122. Honoring America for the Jubilee
  123. Thoughts on Running Aground
  124. Surveying the EDS Atlantic Challenge
  125. Atypical Nautical Fun
  126. The Crew Members' Manifesto
  127. Capsized Boat
  128. Can Smaller be Better?
  129. Hard Lessons Relearned
  130. Mackinac Race Strategy
  131. Modern Modifications
  132. Understanding Wind Shear
  133. Mainsail Controls for Performance
  134. Consolidating Gains on the Racecourse
  135. Taking the Pulse of Junior Racing
  136. Avoiding Being Over Early
  137. The 2001 Collegiate Championships
  138. Surviving the Collision
  139. The Philosophy of Racing
  140. Team-Building Basics
  141. Northbound Routing Advice
  142. Refitting for Performance, Part III
  143. Worrell 1000 Wrap Up
  144. Speed Sailing Overview
  145. Basic Roll Tacking
  146. A Look at the A-Class Cat
  147. Here Comes the Worrell 1000
  148. Tricky Tides at Charleston Race Week
  149. Gale's Excellent Adventure
  150. Good Lanes and Bad Lanes
  151. Congressional Cup Outlook
  152. Refitting for Performance—Part II
  153. Spring Break for Scow Sailors
  154. Preseason Preparation for Race Boats
  155. The New Racing Rules
  156. Volvo Ocean Race—Six Months and Counting
  157. National Hospice Regatta
  158. Mainsail Twist for Waves
  159. Building an Ocean Racer
  160. The Making of True Master Mariner
  161. The BT Global Challenge—Halfway Around
  162. Wrapping Up The Race
  163. The Faces of the Acura SORC
  164. Checking in with Carl Schumacher
  165. Refitting for Performance
  166. Protest Room Primer
  167. The Winning Mindset
  168. Achieving Good Teamwork Downwind
  169. Racecourse Lessons from Key West
  170. Southern Ocean Weather for The Race
  171. Racing Roles
  172. The Race So Far
  173. A New Era for Key West Race Week
  174. A Lesson in Navigational Strategy
  175. The Race, The Weather, The Route
  176. Previewing The Race
  177. 2000 Telstra Sydney to Hobart Race
  178. Lessons from the Rolex 2000 ISAF Women’s Match Racing Worlds
  179. Vendée Globe Speed Machines
  180. Pointing Performance
  181. Options for the Beginner
  182. Asymmetrical vs. Symmetrical Spinnakers
  183. SailNet’s Pro-Am Regatta at The Bitter End
  184. Fun in the Sun at The Bitter End Yacht Club
  185. Controlling the Spinnaker
  186. Racing Intensifies at the Bitter End Yacht Club
  187. Racing at The Bitter End Yacht Club
  188. How to Get Started in Racing
  189. Vendée Globe—Entering a New Era
  190. How We Won the J/24 Worlds
  191. Russell Coutts Grabs Top Honors
  192. Then There Were Four
  193. Downtime at the Colorcraft Gold Cup
  194. Survival of the Fittest
  195. A Different Kind of Cross-Training
  196. Living Large on Club Med
  197. Hanging with Club Med
  198. Championship Lessons
  199. Club Med Update
  200. On Board Club Med
  201. What You Need to Know about Sailing Instructions
  202. 2000 Olympic Games Retrospective
  203. Titan’s Viper Series Winch Handle
  204. Boom Vangs
  205. PHRF Rating
  206. Olympic Report—9/28/00
  207. The Olympic Perspective
  208. Olympic Update—9/27/00
  209. Olympic Report—9/26/00
  210. Touching Base on The Race
  211. Douglas Gill Wet & Dry Bags
  212. Olympic Update—9/25/00
  213. Olympic Report—09/22/00
  214. Olympic Report—9/21/00
  215. Olympic Report—9/20/00
  216. Olympic Photos—Opening Ceremonies
  217. Olympic Photos—Miscellaneous
  218. Olympic Report—9/19/00
  219. Let the Games Begin—9/14/00
  220. BT Global Challenge—Adventure for a Price
  221. Olympic Report—09/04/00
  222. America's Cup
  223. Rig-Tune Innovations on the 1D35
  224. Executing a Successful Duck
  225. The SailNet.com Etchells Worlds
  226. Long and Short Tacks
  227. Let Us Now Praise Famous Men
  228. Leading Ladies Seize the Day
  229. A Hard-Fought Optimist Nationals
  230. The Independence Cup
  231. Kenwood Cup Results in Limbo
  232. Daisy Staysail
  233. The Rockville Regatta
  234. Olympic Report—08/03/00
  235. The Optimist European Championships
  236. How the Mack Race Was Won
  237. Regatta Time Is Party Time in the Abacos
  238. Chicago to Mackinac Race Preview
  239. Hooked on the HIHO
  240. The Joy of Dirt Boating
  241. Success at the Swedish Match Cup
  242. The Pre-Race Checklist
  243. Getting to Know Olympic Sailing
  244. Olympic Report—06/30/00
  245. Optimist Regatta Improves Young Sailors
  246. Should Children Race?
  247. The Olympic Primer
  248. Spinnaker Fundamentals
  249. Newport to Bermuda Race Wrap-Up
  250. Single-Handed Transatlantic History