US Sailing’s Junior Olympic Sailing Program is a nationwide series of sailing regattas for youth ages 8 to 18. Each event in this family of regattas is hosted by a different club or sailing organization but all events share a common goal: to encourage young sailors to enjoy sailing, to develop their sailing skills and become lifetime sailors.
Events mix Olympic-style competition with elements of fun and learning at all levels, from beginning racers to those with Olympic aspirations. This year 30 events are planned for waters in the continental United States and Hawaii and 5,000 sailors are expected to compete. Junior Olympic Sailing is coordinated by US Sailing and sponsored nationally by Gill, Sperry, New England Ropes and Zim Sailing.
The 2018 Rocky Mountain Junior Olympic Sailing Festival will take place at the Cherry Creek Reservoir hosted by Community Sailing of Colorado from August 10-12. This event will be open to all junior racers with a Green Fleet available for first-time racers. Boat charters will be available and please contact Brandon at firstname.lastname@example.org with boat charter questions.
We ask each sailor registers individually. Registration includes t-shirts, awards, other giveaways, breakfast (3 days), lunch (3 days) and a ticket to the Opening Ceremony Party. More information regarding the event visit https://www.communitysailing.org/portfolio-items/2015-rocky-mountain-junior-olympic-festival/