Tommaso Chieffi (born 20 December 1961) is an Italian professional sailor. He competed in the 1984 Summer Olympics.
He sailed on Italia II during the 1987 Louis Vuitton Cup and was the navigator on Il Moro Challenge at the 1992 Louis Vuitton Cup.Twenty years later, Chieffi sailed with Team Shosholoza at the 2007 Louis Vuitton Cup.
|1st||470||""||1985 470 Open World Championship||Marina di Carrara, ITA|
|1st||IMS||""||1999 Rolex - IMS Offshore World Championship - Class B||Porto Cervo, ITA|
|1st||Farr 30||""||Moby - 2007 M30 World Championship||Porto Cervo, ITA|
|1st||X-35||""||2014 X-35 World Championship||Sanremo, ITA|
|1st||Swan 60||"Bronenosec"||2013 Swan 60 World Championship|
|1st||Swan 60||"Bronenosec"||2014 Swan 60 World Championship|
|1st||Swan 60||"Bronenosec"||2015 Swan 60 World Championship|
Paul Pierre Cayard is an American yachtsman and professional sailor. He has competed at multiple world championship level sailing events, including the America's Cup, the Whitbread Round the World Race, the Volvo Ocean Race and the Olympic Games. In 1998 he was selected as the US Rolex Yachtsmen of the Year. He has won seven world championships, twice participated in the Olympic Games and seven times in the America's Cup. In 2002 he was elected into the Sailing World Hall of Fame.
Jesper Bank is a Danish sailor and Olympic champion. He received a bronze medal in the Soling Class at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul.
Roderick Hopkins "Rod" Davis is a former competitive sailor who won Olympic medals for two countries. At the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, representing the United States, he won the gold medal in the Soling class along with Robert Haines and Edward Trevelyan. After moving to New Zealand he was chosen to represent that country at the next three Olympic Games. Along with Don Cowie he won a silver medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain in the Star class.
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The 3rd Louis Vuitton Cup was held in San Diego, United States in 1992. The winner, Il Moro di Venezia, went on to challenge for the 1992 America's Cup.
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Morgan Larson is an American sailor.
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