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 A

Acceleration  2/6, 63/7

Alinghi-ETNZ incident  98/12-13

Alison, Betsy  2/4-5, 65/3+

Alofsin, John  27/10-12, 65/3+

Anchoring  69/8, 84/1

Anderson, Karl  73/7-10

Anticipation  6/1, 28/2

Apparent wind  6/1, 19/16, 51/4, 82/12, 106/10, 108/5, 115/4

apparent wind angle  83/11

apparent wind shifts  89/14

Appeals  40T, 49/8, 111/15   See: Cases, ISAF

            how to appeal  53/14

Asymmetricals   See: Spinnakers

B

Backing up  57/11

jib backing  94/6

Backstay  28/6, 114/12-13

Bad air   See: Wind shadow

Baird, Ed  36/6-8, 59/7-9

Baldridge, By  12/4-5, 65/3+

Ballast, moving  39/9, 70/12

Barging  29/12, 47/16, 94/11-13

Battens  8/3, 8/11, 11/2

Bearing, and range  48/10-11

Beaufort scale  12/10

Benjamin, Steve  23/6-7, 33/2-4, 65/3+

            on steering  36/6-8, 59/7-9

Bentsen, Bill  29/2-3, 65/3+

Bertrand, John  21/8-9

Blocker, using a  54/11, 72/3

Boathandling  41/3, 100/11

Boatspeed   See: Speed

Boom vang  8/2, 60/5, 99/5, 114/8-9

Borges, Gordon  11/7-10, 65/3+

Bottom preparation  11/7-10, 73/7-10

Breakdowns  28/14, 32/11, 61/10

Buoy room   See: Room

C

Capsize  48/9

Cases, ISAF  40T, 49/8, 111/16   See: Appeals, ISAF, US Sailing

Catching up  44T, 100/14, 105T

            downwind  105/14-15

            tactics & strategy  105/4-5

            upwind  105/6-8

Centerboard  26/5, 27/3, 27/10

Changing gears  15/5, 15/10, 47T, 48/12, 50/9, 50/11, 53/5, 63/6-7, 70/5, 106/13-15

            accelerating  2/6, 3/4, 63/7

            downwind  26/4-5, 26/11-12

Cockpit ideas  58/9

Coding  8/4, 11/2-3, 99/5

Comeback   See: Catching up

Communication  15/9, 22/8, 24/9, 43T

            crew  64/3, 70/5, 84/8-9, 89/16, 92/12-13

            techniques  64/4

Compass  4/9, 31/6

            hand-bearing  6/5

Conservative sailing  62/10   See also:  Risk and reward

Contact  10/8-9, 29/16, 31/11, 36/10-11, 47/1, 50/3

Control  14/1-3, 60/11, 63/8, 84/6-7, 113/6

Covering  9/11, 24/1-3, 49/3, 72/13, 112/14, 113/6-7

            loose cover  72/13, 96/13, 115/4

            tight cover  96/13

            upwind  72/12-13, 78/1, 96/12-13, 115/4

Crew skills  64T, 65/8-9, 103/14-15, 105/16

            bowman at start  2/9, 35/11

            call wind  12/3, 14/8, 19/16, 64/10

            call spinnaker trim  22/5, 103/6

            communication  3/5, 43/4-5, 84/9

            help skipper  7/6, 36/4, 64/12

    jibe set roles  5/9

            jibing roles  27/8-9

            match racing  41/3

            meeting  2/7, 64/2, 75/3, 85/16

            reaching  79/11

            rounding marks  16/4-5, 46/8

            speed contributions  70/16

            speed reporter  3/8, 50/12, 64/5

            spinnaker set roles  17/6-7

            starting roles  2/5, 35/11, 94/6

            strategy  97/16

            tacking roles  9/12-13

            tactics  6/12, 64/9, 72/11, 82/16, 96/16

            waves  110/8

Crew weight  4/4-5, 37/2-3, 58T, 64/6-7, 106/2, 110/4, 115/7

            concentrate it  14/12, 50/4, 75/6

            downwind  26/3, 84/14

            heavy or light  58/1-3, 106/2-4

            on reaches  23/6

            rules about  64/6, 70/12

            selecting  58/3

            turning with  4/4, 16/4, 30/11, 50/2, 64/7, 74/10-11, 78/6, 107/4-5

Cross, Wally on tuning your rig  99/8-10

Crossing, port-starboard  6/6-7, 10/1

            ducking technique  73/5-6, 96/7

            tactical options  72/4-5, 96/6-9

Cunningham  1/6, 8/3, 8/11, 56/5, 99/5, 114/10-11, 115/6

Current  5/2, 20T, 30/6, 37/11, 45/11, 50/9, 50/12, 42/10, 67/4, 97/10-11, 107/1, 108T, 109/4

            lee-bow effect  20/12, 51/11, 72/3, 98/1, 108/14

            myths  108/12-14, 115/3

            on reaches  79/16

            theory  108/2-3

Curtis, Dave  26/4-5, 65/3+, 70/7-10, 99/7

D

Damage  29/16, 31/11, 36/11, 40/8

Davis, Rod on steering  36/6-8

Decision-making  21T, 48/3, 60/2-3

            on opposite tacks  6/6-7, 10/1

Dellenbaugh, Brad  32/8-9, 65/3+

Depower  40/1

Depth, in sail   See: Draft

Dey, Courtenay  35/8-10, 59/7-9, 65/3+

Distance ahead/behind  51/3

Distance travelled  45/5

Ditty bag  3/12, 13/11, 33/7, 61/3-4

Downwind  24/11, 25/4, 60/11, 113/8

            angles  84/2-3

            speed  26T, 58/12, 75/10-11, 84/12

            steering  59T, 103/6-7

            strategy/tactics  62/7, 75/12-13, 102/6-7, 102/14

            playing shifts  89/10-11, 102/11

            pressure  102/2-3

Draft (sail depth)  8/6, 11/2

            in headsail  15/11

            in mainsail  8/3, 8/11, 56/5, 114/2

            position for acceleration  2/6

Drills   See: Practice

Ducking another boat  73/5-6   See also: Crossing

E

Eligibility code  67/15, 68/15

Elvström, Paul  13/12, 15/12, 17/12, 38/13

Epoxy finish  11/8

Equipment  28/14

            ditty bag  3/12, 48/4, 92/5

            pre-start checklist  1/12

Ethics  18/7, 18/12, 83T

F

Farquhar, Barbara  45/8-10

Farquhar, Tom  53/8-9

Feel  31/1-3, 37/9, 59/1, 61/6, 92T

Finishing  32T, 38/11, 50/4, 54/1, 75/16, 85T   (See: Racing Rules)

            appeals and cases  85/6

            finish line  48/12, 79/10, 90/1

                        favored end  85/1-3, 89/1

            post-race checklist  62/11

            shooting the line  32/4-5, 32/8-9, 38/11, 85/4-5

Fisher, Greg  3/4, 47/4-6, 59/7-9, 65/3+, 67/12-13, 99/13, 101/6-7, 109/1

Foerster, Paul  54/8-9, 59/7-9, 65/3+

Footing  58/10-11, 90/12

Fun  7/4-5, 75/1

G

Gaillard, Meg  59/7-9

Gate marks  30/7, 46/12, 79/7, 80/1, 12-13

Gear, checklist  61/3   See: Equipment

Gears   See: Changing gears

Genoa   See: Jib

Geography  20/11

            in current  108/6-7

Geometry, course  5/2, 8/10, 11/6, 20/11, 43/1, 51/10, 67/5, 93/4-5, 97/9

            in current  108/10

    pick the longer jibe  18/3, 28/13

Glaser, Pease  59/7-9

Goals  7/2, 75/1

Groove  3/5, 31/10, 36/2-3, 70/4, 92/16, 99/13, 103/15

Grounding  78/5 

H

Hailing  15/5, 34/3, 43/1-3, 83/7, 115/11

Haines, Robbie  13/4-5, 65/3+

on steering  36/6-8, 59/7-9

Handicap racing  23/2, 24/9, 60/12

            reaching  76/16

            starting strategies  1/4, 2/3, 69/16

            tactics  72/16

Headstay sag  15/10-11, 69/7

Heavy air  25/12, 63/1, 109/14

            upwind  28T

Heel  28/16, 31/2, 31/8-9, 36/1, 115/6

Height, and speed  3/6, 64/5, 92/13, 99/16, 106/8-9

Helm  3/5, 23/6, 25/4, 31/2, 31/9, 36/9, 70/6, 75/7, 103/9

            downwind  26/3

            in heavy air  28/5, 63/9

            in light air  37/9, 63/9

Hiking  58/4, 77/15

Hiking straps  11/2, 31/5, 58/4

Hunting (rule 16)  62/12, 72/1, 98/10-11

Hutchinson, Terry  24/8-9, 65/3+

Hydrodynamic theory  11/7

I

Instruments  50/2, 103/12 

IQ Test, Tactics & Strategy  29/7-10, 92/7-10, 110/10-13

            answers  30/8-10, 93/13-15

IQ Test, Racing Rules 106/5-7 & 106/12-13

IQ Test, Boatspeed  48/5-8, 72/7-10, 98/7-9

            answers  49/9-11, 73/11-13, 99/11-13

ISAF  6/11, 15/4, 29/14, 33/12

            case book  1/3, 24/11, 73/16

            cases  73/14-15, 80/10-11

Isler, JJ  14/10-11, 65/3+

            on steering  36/6-8

Isler, Peter  4/8-9, 65/3+ 

J

Jib trim  15T, 63/4-5, 101/10-11, 115/9

heavy air  28/5-6, 101/13

light air  37/1, 101/12-13

on reaches  23/2, 23/8, 76/11

trimming chart  63/5

wing and wing  79/8, 84/11

Jibe mark   See: Mark

Jibe set   See: Spinnaker sets

Jibing  27T, 28/1, 77/14-15

            in heavy air  27/2-3

            in waves  110/9

            jibing angle  4/6, 24/7, 25/6, 82/8-9

            mark strategy  46/6-7, 56/10, 107/6

            roll jibing rules  78/4

Josenhans, Andreas  8/4-5, 65/3+

K

Keep clear  29/4, 33/8, 38/12, 40/5, 98/2

Kinetics  26/1, 26/6-7, 78T, 84/14-15, 96/1, 110/6

            ooching  78/13

            pumping  78/5-6,12, 84/15

Kirby, Jerry  16/12, 17/8-10, 65/3+

Kolius, John  36/6-8

L

Ladder rungs  4T, 12/6, 14/6, 20/10, 24/6-7, 48/10-11, 51/2, 55/1, 112/6

at finish, start  4/3, 32/3, 35/6, 85/2-3

windshifts  89/4-5

Lanes  54/11, 69/4-5

Large fleet  54T

            starting  2/5, 35/9

Larson, Chris  10/10-11, 65/3+

Larson, Morgan  59/7-9

Laser gun  12/12

Laylines  10/3, 14/1, 32/3, 54/10, 74/8-9, 97/1, 112/10-11

            in current  20/3, 97/10, 108/9

            judging  4/8, 74/8

Learning  7/3, 7/6-7, 38T, 61/1, 75/16, 105/8

            crew meeting  64/2

Lee bow effect   See: Current

Lee bow tacks  6/7, 72/14

Leeward mark   See: Mark

Legler, Ken  38/13-14, 65/3+

Leverage  14/6-7, 90/8-9, 112/14-15, 115/4

Lifelines  28/11, 31/5

Light air  37T, 63/11, 109/5

            speed tips  63/12, 112/12

Line sight  100/3   See: Range

Lobster pots  40/12, 70/1

Log sheet  7/6-7, 38/3

Luck  13/11   See also: Risk and reward

Lutz, Jay  84/16+

Lutz, Jody  22/9, 65/3+

M

Mainsail trim  31/3, 50/9, 63/2, 101/2-3, 114T

            downwind  26/2, 26/5, 84/10

            in heavy air  28/3, 28/16, 101/4-5

            in light air  37/4, 101/4-5

            older sails  101/16, 114/11

            on reaches  23/7-8, 76/6

            prebend  33/6-7

            trimming chart  63/3

            upwind  8T, 11/1, 101/8-9

Mainsheet  114/4

Mark  4/10-11, 46T, 62/2, 107T

            hitting  30/12, 38/1, 45/6-7, 48/12,83/14-15

            leeward mark  30T, 46/10, 49/4-5, 52/6, 53/10-11, 60/10, 80T, 107/7

                        checklist  62/5

                        tactical moves  107/10-11, 115/10

            offset mark  107/14-15

            perfect rounding  46/3, 107/6, 115/10

            quick quiz  18/9, 31/1, 37/1, 38/1, 46/1

            roundings  62/3, 75/14, 77/2-3, 80/4, 107/2-3, 108/1

                        jibe mark  77T, 77/2-3, 107/6

                        leeward mark  79/7, 102/1, 106/1, 107/15-16, 112/11

                        starboard roundings  42/4-5, 47/6

                        windward mark  79/9

            windward mark  16T, 74T, 107/8-9

                        approach to  50/10, 52/7, 54/3,74/6-7, 107/8

                        checklist  62/4, 74/16

                        tactical moves  74/12-13, 107/9

Mark-Room; see 'Room'

Mast tuning   See: Tuning

Match racing  41T, 113/13

May, Dr. Jerry  7/3-5, 65/3+

McClintock, Moose  15/8-9, 65/3+

McLaughlin, Tom  22/6, 65/3, 79/14-15

Median  1/6-7, 39/2

Melges, Buddy  1/4-5, 2/2, 65/3+

Melges, Harry  59/7-9

Mighty Mary lessons  11/14-16, 16/10-12

Myths, busting   115T

O

Obstruction  104/10-11, 110/15, 115/15

            continuing  104/3, 115/13

            tacking at  104/9, 115/12-13

Oscillating shifts  50/5-6, 57/4, 62/6, 89T, 112/1   See also:  Wind

            downwind  19/14-15, 89/12-13

            starting  109/15

            upwind  12/8-9, 39/1-3, 79/7, 89/6, 112/15, 115/5

Outhaul  8/11, 57/9, 114/14-15

Outrigger  45/1, 76/11

P

Paint, bottom  11/9-10, 73/9-10

Passing, on a reach  79/12-13, 113/9

Penalties  57/10, 83/2-3   See: 720

            720 turns  83/12-13

Performance  12/1, 13/6, 25/6-7

Perry, Dave  18/4-5, 65/3+

Persistent shift  19/14, 25/12, 39/10, 57/4, 62/6, 90T, 112/6

    downwind  90/10-11

            upwind  90/6-7

PHRF  53/12   See also: Handicap racing

Pinching  47/11, 52/10-11

Pointing  3/6-7, 5/7, 7/9, 8/10, 25/4, 41/10, 63/8-9, 75/6, 99/6

Polars  5/6, 26/8, 51/6, 59/1, 84/2, 89/10-11

Practice 2/9, 13/5, 27/3, 38/13-14, 50/4, 100/2, 103/16

            360° turns  1/10

            drills with 1-4 boats  7/12, 61/7

            improving feel  31/12, 61/6, 92/11

            in current  108/14

            removing rudder  1/11, 8/1

            starting drills  35/10, 61/6, 68/11

            warm-up exercises  67/16

Prebend  33/4, 33/6-7

Preparation  2/5, 11T, 13/4-5, 58/9, 61T, 109/4

            advice on  65/1-3

            for regatta  13/3, 61/2 

            post-race checklist  62/11

            pre-start  17/2, 73T, 75/2-3

            pre-start countdown  2/12

            speed ideas  37/4, 73/2-3, 92/6, 101/2

            strategizing  5/1-2, 82/2-3

Priorities  21/4-5, 55T, 70/2-3

Problem-solving  25T

Proctor, Ched  28/4-6, 59/7-9, 65/3+

Proper course  29/11, 41/1, 41/8-9, 76/1, 79/6,9,10, 83/1

            at leeward mark  29/13, 30/4-5

Propulsion   See: Kinetics

Protests  32/11, 34T, 45T, 49/1, 53T, 111T

            flag  40/6, 69/7, 83/8-9, 111/3

            form  34/5-7, 94/10, 111/4

            informing other boat  83/6-7, 111/2

            preparation  111/5-6

            should you file?  83/4-6, 111/2

            third-party  52/1, 111/9

            tips  111/10-11

            validity  45/12, 111/1-4

            withdrawing a protest  83/10

Psychology  7T, 28/4, 37/8, 105/2-3

            pre-race preparation  2/5

Pumping   See: Kinetics

R

Race committee  42T, 62/7

signals  35/2-3, 42/6-7, 75/4, 94/1, 104/16

Racing rules  66T (2001-2004), 104T (2009-2012), 110/14-15

            abandonment  69/10

            above proper course (17.1)  113/10-12, 114/1

            ballast, moving (51) 104/15

            below proper course (17.2)  103/1, 104/12

            change at the start  69/14-15

            changing course (16)  66/4, 69/14, 74/5, 98/4-5, 98/14-15, 99/1   See also: Hunting

            clothing (43)  70/12

            complying with rules  83T

            crew position (49)  70/12

            fetching  104/7

            finish  69/9, 81/1, 85/12-13, 115/14-15

            government buoys  69/7

            jibing at the mark  77/12-13

            jibing at gate marks  104/8

            luffing before the start  73/1

            obstruction (19)  104/2-3

            opposite tacks (10)  82/1

            overlap  104/13

            penalties  69/8

            propulsion (kinetics)  78T, 104/15

            room at marks (18)   See: Room

            starting  69/15, 68/2-3           

            “string” rule (28)  74/14

            tacking (13)  72/14-15

            tacking at the windward mark (18.3)  66/14, 67/14, 73/15, 74/4, 79/8, 104/7

            touching a mark (31)  74/14

Rake  33/2-4, 33/11

Range, and bearing  48/10-11           

            at the starting line  2/8-9, 75/4

            in current  20/3, 108/8

Reaching  23T, 24/1, 50/10, 100/16, 109/7

            first reach  76T

            handicap boats  76/16

            planing  109/14

            sailing high, low  57/2, 76/4-5

            second reach  79T

            speed tips  79/4-5

Read, Ken  18/4-5, 65/3+

Redress  11/4, 29/16, 31/11, 49/12, 53/3, 74/1, 111/12-13

Reference marks  70/4   See: Coding

Regattas  13/3, 38/6, 61/2, 109T

            strategy  23T

Reopening a hearing  53/2, 111/14

Reynolds, Mark  5/4-5, 65/3+

Rhumbline  20/3, 23/4, 23/12, 50/3, 56/1, 76/1-2

Rig tuning   See: Tuning

Risk and reward  6/4, 10/4-5, 13/12, 35/8, 50/10, 60T, 62/10, 97/12-13, 108/11, 112/2-3

Rocking and rolling  78/12

Roll tacking  27/10, 31/5, 37/6-7, 37/12, 50/8, 62/12, 69/9

Room  104/2-6, 110/14

            giving mark-room (18.2)  104/6

            how much room? (18.2a) 104/5, 107/12-13, 115/11

when it applies (18.1)  104/3

Round robin racing  13/10-11

Rudder  9/15, 11/2, 36/9

            minimize turning  1/11, 2/4, 36/1, 107/45

            sculling  78/13

Rules   See: Racing rules

S

Safety  28/2, 31/4, 33/4

Sails  8/6

prolong sail life  8/9, 14/9, 61/11

sail selection chart  22/10-11

Sail trim  100/9, 114/2   See also: Mainsail; Jib

            in heavy air  28/2-3, 28/16

            in light air  37/5, 37/8

            quiz  16/1, 58/1

            sail control priorities  3/12

            and turning  1/11, 2/9, 9/13, 15/2, 16/4, 30/11, 35/4, 50/2, 64/8, 74/10-11, 78/6, 100/8, 103/14, 107/4-5

Sailing instructions  3/10-11, 34/4, 42/2, 56T, 61/5, 75/2

Sandpaper  11/8-9, 13/4, 73/7-10

Schuemann, Jochen  59/7-9

Scoring  13/6-7, 44/1, 54/6-7, 57/12

            low-point system  13/8, 115/1

            penalty  4/12, 83/15

Sculling   See: Kinetics, Rudder

Seamanlike rounding  30/4-5

Seidenspinner, Pat  42/8-9

Sertl, Cory  59/7-9

Shifting gears   See: Changing gears

Shooting, finish   See: Finishing

Shore, Bill  36/6-8

Shroud tension  33/11

Signals, race   See: Race committee

Singlehanders  22/1, 23/3, 27/9

Slam dunk  41/7, 72/15, 96/9, 98/11, 113/12

Slattery, Jack  37/8-9, 65/3+

Slot  15/9, 15/12

Speed  3T, 31T, 41/10-11, 50/5, 63T, 70T, 92/4-5, 100/10, 105/13, 113/14-15

            advice  65/6-7, 70/2-3, 112/13

            communication  43/12, 99/3

            controls  99/4

            downwind  1/6, 26T, 40/8, 50/10, 75/10-11, 84T

            in breeze  28/1-2, 60/11, 63/1, 99/14-15

            in light air  63/12, 99/14-15

            problem-solving  63/8-9

            upwind  75/6-7, 99/7, 106T

            windward mark  74/2

            wrinkles  58/12, 70/9, 100/10, 114/5

Spinnaker

            asymmetrical  22/9, 25/12, 27/9-11, 84/16+

            evaluating shape  69/8

            pole  17/4-5, 19/11, 22/2, 39/9

            reaches  23/7, 79/14-15

            sheets  11/1

            trim  22T, 50/8, 84/4-5

Spinnaker sets  17T, 17/3, 60/11, 76/14

            bear-away or jibe?  16/9, 82/4-5

            crew roles  17/6-7

            jibe set  5/8-9, 19/5

            what’s wrong?  17/11

Sportsmanship  18T, 19/11, 21/11, 34/2, 42/11, 45/11, 52/12, 83/1

Starboard-tack advantage  72/3, 96/10, 112/15, 113/9

Starting  2/12, 35T, 68T, 75/4-5, 93T, 94T, 100/2

            after the start  69T

            dinghy starting system  68/14

            downwind starts  94/14-15

            drills  35/10, 61/6, 68/11

            general recalls  34/2

            handicap fleet tips  1/4, 2/3

            I flag  4/12

    individual recall  34/2-3, 36/12

            in current  20/2, 108/9, 109/6

            OCS  57/10, 68/1

            photo analysis  68/16, 69/12-13, 93/12, 94/16

            pre-start list  1/12, 61/12, 68/14

            pre-start preparation  1/4, 1/6, 67T

            recover from bad start  79/9

            risk  93/2-3, 109/12, 115/3

            sequence  68/2-3

            strategy  1T, 10/1, 68/4, 93/6-7

            tactics  2T, 35/4-5, 50/6, 68/12-13, 94/2, 94/5

Starting line  1/2, 31/7, 51/8-9, 55/8-9, 94/8-9

            defending hole  94/4-5, 113/5

            favored end?  4/1, 35/6, 68/5, 75/5, 93/10-11, 115/2

            judging position  3/7, 35/9, 68/6

            using a line sight  2/8-9, 11/6, 50/6, 93/8-9, 94/16, 109/13

Staysails  23/7

Steering  62/8, 100/8, 103T   See: Sail trim, crew weight

            downwind  59T, 103/11

    in waves  10/6-7, 110/5, 115/8

            stance  103/2-3

            through jibes  27/11-12

            upwind  36T, 103/8-9

Strategy  1/4-5, 4/3, 10T, 13T, 21/4-5, 50/8, 100/13, 109/2-3, 112/4-5, 113/3

            advice  61/8, 65/4-5, 97/13, 112/8-9

            finishing  85/4-5

            game plan  5/12, 19/4, 21/6, 67/11, 97/2-3, 107/3, 110/16, 113/2

            heavy air  28/12-13

            leeward mark  30/2

            light air  37/3, 37/10-11

            principles  62/1-2

            relation to speed  1/4, 3/4

Strategy, downwind  19T, 75/12-13, 82T

            current  102/6, 108/8

            longer jibe  66/1, 100/15, 105/14

            reaching  23/4

            rules of thumb on runs  82/6-7, 102/10-11

Strategy, starting  1T, 67/12-13, 68T

Strategy, upwind  5T, 6/1, 39T, 57T, 97T

            current  108/15-16

            first-beat strategies  1/2, 75/8-9, 97/8, 97/15

            second-beat strategies  81/12-13

            strategy worksheet  5/10-11

Strengths, personal  25/2-3

String rule  35/12, 55/10-11

Szabo, George  55/4-5, 65/3+

T

Tacking  9T, 28/2, 58/9

            in waves  110/9

    rules about  72/14-15

Tacking angle  4/6, 9/16, 25/6-7

Tacking lines, upwind  4/2, 4/6, 81/8-11

            deck template  4/7

            downwind  24/6-7

Tactician  48T

            tool bag  61/4

Tactics  21/4-5, 52T, 64/9, 65/10-11, 112/4-5, 115/5

            at finish  85/14-15

            at jibe mark  77/4-5

            at leeward mark  30/2-3

            at windward mark  74/12-13, 96/14-15

            handicap racing  72/16

            match racing  41/4-7

            principles  62/9

            starting  2T, 35/4-5, 113/4-5

Tactics, downwind  24T, 44/10-11, 82T, 102T

            asymmetricals  102/8-9

            reaching  23/10-11

            tactics on the run  82/14-15, 102/4-5, 102/12-13

Tactics, upwind  6T, 14T, 44/8-9, 49T, 96T, 100/12, 109/8, 113/15

            first beat  72T

            in heavy air  28/12-13

            in light air  37/10-11

            positioning  72/2-3, 96/2

            quiz questions  9/1

            second beat  81/14-15, 109/9

Target speeds  6/8-9, 25/6-7, 51/7, 70/5, 103/12-13

            downwind  26/8-9

Telltales  8/3, 11/3, 15/1, 22/4, 23/2, 36/2-3, 37/2-4, 47/15, 52/5, 57/12, 70/9, 103/5, 115/9

Time and distance  9/16, 14/1, 68/15

Toppa, Mike  9/4-5, 65/3+, 101/14-15

Traveler  8/3, 8/11, 50/7, 54/5, 114/6-7, 115/7

Tuning  28/4, 33T, 37/8, 61/4, 70/7-8, 99/5

            guide  70/3

            pairs  92/14-15, 100/4, 109/4, 115/8

Turning   See: Sail trim; Crew weight

Twist  3/7, 8/5, 14/2, 114/2

Two-boat testing  1/8-9, 3/4, 25/9, 33/5, 67/6, 69/11, 70/14-15

Three-length zone  104/5

U

Ullman, Dave  31/8-10, 36/6-8, 65/3+, 99/13

Upwind sailing  25/5, 105/7

            current  108/8-9

            second beat  81T

            speed  70T, 75/6-7, 99T, 99/1-2, 101/1, 106/8-9, 106/16

            steering  36T, 103/4-5, 103/10-11   See: Steering, upwind

            strategy  1/2, 5T, 6/1, 39T, 81/2-3

            tactics  6T, 72T, 75/8-9

US Sailing  6/11, 15/4, 29/14

V

VMC  23/12

VMG  3/3, 6/8-9, 32/4, 47/11

and finishing  85/4-5

Velocity shifts  3/9, 26/12, 50/4, 51/5, 100/6, 106/12-13

W

Waves  5/2, 12/2, 28/2, 28/12, 64/10-11, 67/4, 78/6, 110T

downwind  23/8, 59/2, 110/6-7

upwind  10/6-7, 58/11, 97/14, 100/11, 110/4-5, 115/7

theory  110/2-3

Weaknesses  25/1-3

Weather forecasts  5/2

Weeds  75/3

Weight   See: Crew weight

Whidden, Tom  6/4-5, 65/3+

Whisker pole  17/4-5, 21/11

Whitbread Race, lessons  43/8-10

Whyte, Skip  59/7-9

Wind  12T, 61/9, 112/13

            and waves  110/2

            current wind  20/5, 108/4-5

            gradient  28/14

            pressure v. shift  28/12, 37/2, 37/10, 100/6, 112/12

            shadows  4/9, 24/3, 24/9, 24/10, 28/13, 41/6, 44/3, 51/4, 58/10, 70/4-5, 72/6, 82/12-13, 96/4- 5, 96/11, 112/13, 113/8

            sheer  1/3, 90/14

            speed in bad air  81/16

            strength  12/10, 37/5, 97/6-7, 100/6

Wind shifts  1/1, 12/2, 12/5, 23/5, 62/6, 89/2, 97/4-5, 100/5

            calculate gain and loss  12/6-7, 90/9

            Doppler effect  102/15

            play shifts  10/12, 19/2, 19/14-15, 31/7, 50/3, 58/11, 59/12, 69/8, 89/8, 90/2-3

            track wind patterns  1/6-7, 39/12, 50/2, 53/6-7, 67/2-3, 89/3, 90/4-5

Wing and wing   See: Jib Trim

Windward mark  74T   See also: Mark

Worthington, Kimo  43/8-10