Posts Tagged ‘Toronto’
Steve Clark and Fred Eaton are the spiritual and financial drivers behind the C-Class’s rebirth and re-emergence into sailing relevance, and the amazing spectacle of the Little America’s Cup. Their tradition of sharing the design of the winning boat is an invitation to play, and an admirable way to break down barriers to entry. Meanwhile, Eaton’s crew Magnus Clarke has been the man most responsible for breaking down the barriers to understanding; over the past decade he’s shared his passion with millions of laymen via stories, posts, and videos right here on SA.
Magnus continues this tradition — and his ability to make the ultimate development class understandable to folks who don’t know how to use RhinoCAM — with a 20-minute SA Innerview with Mr. Clean. Editing from Petey Crawford, and title inspired by those who like to eat Cake.
August 19th, 2013 by admin
Watch carefully or you’ll miss it…the full story on the Fill Your Hands comes tonight courtesy of Petey Crawford/Penalty Box Productions and a huge thanks to Fred and Mag, Paterson Composites, and the RCYC.
August 18th, 2013 by admin
We grabbed C-Class firestarter Fred Eaton on his way back to the mainland last week for a little chat on the upcoming C-Class Cat Champs in Falmouth; the super-intense but very quiet helmsman talks about the level of the biggest fleet in Little AC history, his training regime, and a tiny little bit about the Fill Your Hands. The reveal comes very soon; until then, get to know the decade’s most influential C-Classer.
August 16th, 2013 by admin
Hands up if you’re getting psyched for the upcoming Little America’s Cup/C-Class Trophy.
August 1st, 2013 by admin