Medaling at the Olympics is cursedly hard. So is understanding how it’s done.
Winning first place is a great reminder that stories from the heart are winners.
Interviewing a friend leads to a very personal—and extremely well-received—magazine story.
You can read the background of this piece in Seahorse Byline: Sign of Success. This story originally published in the October 2017 issue of Seahorse Magazine and is reprinted here with permission. In January 2017 two new ‘chiefs’ came to power in the US: our highly visible Commander
Malcolm Page won two gold medals with two different skippers for the Australian sailing team. Now he’s putting that experience to work as the Chief of US Olympic Sailing.
Interviewing Malcolm Page gave me the chance to write about the Olympics for one of my favorite magazines.
Rio 2016 is drawing to a close, and most of you will go home without a medal—which probably makes you feel like a loser. You’re not.
Olympic sailing and publishing have both changed drastically since 1994. Fortunately, some traits remain constant.
The better they are at their job, the less obvious these two groups will be.
Worried about how sewage, Zika, the Brazilian economy, and crime are going to affect the Olympics? You’re missing the point.