Sue Sinclair

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American sailor

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According to Wikipedia, Susan Widmann Sinclair was an American sailor who won the 1962 Women's National Sailing Championship and was the 1962 U.S. Sailor of the Year. Sailing history Sinclair learned to sail at the Noroton Yacht Club and later went on to lead the junior sailing program at Riverside Yacht Club. In 1962, she raced in Lightnings to win the Syce Cup, the Long Island Sound Women's Championship now called the Queen's Cup, beating out the previous champion Timothea Larr. This win qualified her for the national championship. Sinclair sailed with her sister Alexandra Falconer and Carolyn McCurdy in Coral Gables, Florida to win the 1962 United States' Women's National Sailing Championship, the Mrs. Charles Francis Adams Trophy. Sinclair continued to win racers and in 1963 she won the Stamford Yacht Club regatta , sailing with her sister Alexandra Falconer and Katie Morgan. In later years, she sailed Lightnings, Tempests, J/24s, and Sonars.

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