Olympics: A SPRAY OF OTHER EVENTS

In the Groove Out on the Ocean

They went down to the sea off Long Beach expecting rough going against the able yachtsmen from Western Europe and Down Under. But for the U.S. fleet, winning turned out to be a breeze. In the seven classes of boats, U.S. skippers took three gold medals and four silvers, followed by the Canadians and the New Zealanders, who sailed away with three medals each. The men at the helms of these swift, finicky craft needed the cunning of a chess player, the agility of a gymnast. And...

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