Bronze At The Rio Paralympic Games

  I have many mixed emotions when I look back at the week of racing in Rio. I got off to a great start and managed to wear the first place yellow bib for five out of the six days of racing.  I found myself going into the last race still wearing it, although only one...

2016 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS MEDEMBLIK

The Worlds in Medemblik was always going to be highly competitive, with all the top sailors going to Rio keen to test their Games kit and check in with the rest of the fleet. We had a variety of conditions from 20 knots on the first day to 6 knots on the second and...

SUNSAIL ON BOARD!

I am so pleased to announce Sunsail's support for my final few months of preparation to the Paralympic Games in Rio.  I remember going on my first Sunsail holiday at the age of 9 and have had many fantastic holidays since, that I feel I have grown up with the company....

BRONZE IN PALMA

Another Podium finish at Princess Sofia regatta.  Couldn't quite keep up the track record from the previous two years, tougher competition but great racing.  To read about the regatta go to my blog

Princess Sofia Regatta

I have spent most of the last month in Palma! No complaints its a beautiful city with some amazing cycling in the mountains and of course great sailing conditions!   The first couple of weeks I spent training with Bjornar from Norway and Will from GB.  Once again...

Kate MacGregor’s View Training in Rio

From standing to sitting After the worlds in Argentina, I had a tough decision of where to go next with my sailing. Unfortunately, the battle with crew injuries continued. I had a fantastic time in Argentina with Steph, who did an amazing job considering I threw her...

Miami World Cup

Its been a good start to 2016 winning Miami World Cup. It was a smaller fleet than usual closed off to Paralympic sailors only, which was a shame as we often see over 20 boats competing. However the racing was great in a variety of conditions! However it was not the...

2015 UPDATE

So far 2015 has been a good year! Winning Princess Sophia regatta in April and sealing selection for Rio 2016 was an amazing feeling, especially as I was the first British Athlete to be selected for either the Paralympics or Olympics. The press release on the Cutty...

2.4mR World Championships 2015

It's been a busy period with lots of different projects going on so it was great to go out to Finland for the 2.4mR Worlds and go racing! Unfortunately Ian my coach could not be with me as he was in Rio coaching at the test event, but it did mean that Steve my husband...

Lucas at the helm as first British athlete to be selected for Rio 2016

2012 gold medallist's birthday marked by selection as first British athlete on the Rio 2016 team sheet The British Paralympic Association (BPA) today announced that London 2012 gold medallist Helena Lucas is the first athlete selected to represent ParalympicsGB at Rio...

Bronze At The Rio Paralympic Games

  I have many mixed emotions when I look back at the week of racing in Rio. I got off to a great start and managed to wear the first place yellow bib for five out of the six days of racing.  I found myself going into the last race still wearing it, although only one...

read more

2016 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS MEDEMBLIK

The Worlds in Medemblik was always going to be highly competitive, with all the top sailors going to Rio keen to test their Games kit and check in with the rest of the fleet. We had a variety of conditions from 20 knots on the first day to 6 knots on the second and...

read more

SUNSAIL ON BOARD!

I am so pleased to announce Sunsail's support for my final few months of preparation to the Paralympic Games in Rio.  I remember going on my first Sunsail holiday at the age of 9 and have had many fantastic holidays since, that I feel I have grown up with the company....

read more

BRONZE IN PALMA

Another Podium finish at Princess Sofia regatta.  Couldn't quite keep up the track record from the previous two years, tougher competition but great racing.  To read about the regatta go to my blog

read more

Princess Sofia Regatta

I have spent most of the last month in Palma! No complaints its a beautiful city with some amazing cycling in the mountains and of course great sailing conditions!   The first couple of weeks I spent training with Bjornar from Norway and Will from GB.  Once again...

read more

Kate MacGregor’s View Training in Rio

From standing to sitting After the worlds in Argentina, I had a tough decision of where to go next with my sailing. Unfortunately, the battle with crew injuries continued. I had a fantastic time in Argentina with Steph, who did an amazing job considering I threw her...

read more

Miami World Cup

Its been a good start to 2016 winning Miami World Cup. It was a smaller fleet than usual closed off to Paralympic sailors only, which was a shame as we often see over 20 boats competing. However the racing was great in a variety of conditions! However it was not the...

read more

2015 UPDATE

So far 2015 has been a good year! Winning Princess Sophia regatta in April and sealing selection for Rio 2016 was an amazing feeling, especially as I was the first British Athlete to be selected for either the Paralympics or Olympics. The press release on the Cutty...

read more

2.4mR World Championships 2015

It's been a busy period with lots of different projects going on so it was great to go out to Finland for the 2.4mR Worlds and go racing! Unfortunately Ian my coach could not be with me as he was in Rio coaching at the test event, but it did mean that Steve my husband...

read more
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