Made it to Hyeres, France for the ISAF Sailing Word Cup event starting the 21st. Psyched for a bit of preparation and then racing
Finished up Palma World Cup 22nd place. Some good moments and some stuff to improve on. Look forward to racing again in a couple weeks
windy today. 3 more races in gold fleet tomorrow http://t.co/eLDYRoWcQw
mediocre start to ISAF world cup Palma, but hanging in there for gold fleet the next three days. follow results at http://t.co/QSnThXIDFA
ISAF Sailing World Cup Palma starts Monday. Follow results at http://t.co/m4U91ho6xi... Looking forward to a good week of racing!
Don't think my body knows what time zone it's in, but I finally made it to Palma
Bye New Zealand, it's been real. 30+ hours of traveling fun until I get to Palma ✌️
Crazy to think I've been in NZL for almost a month now! Times flying. Some good time on the water so far and look forward to the final weeks
Charlie grew up in Newport Beach, California, where the influence of his father and family throughout his childhood led to a natural affinity for water sports.
He started sailing at the age of 8 and hasn’t looked back since. From there, he progressed through the junior, high school, and collegiate sailing ranks in the United States, eventually choosing to campaign for the 2016 Olympics in the Laser class after graduating from Georgetown University.
He is keen to take advantage of this opportunity and hopeful that hard work and experience will help him accomplish his high goals.