Hutchinson is like a big kid. Sporting a baseball cap and sunnies all
the time, Terry walks around with a grin on his face, the gap between
his two front teeth adding to a look that is more boisterous schoolboy
than one of the most talented sailors on the planet.
Terry’s youthful air makes it easy to like him, and his contributions
to this site give us reason to cheer for him – and this week, he again
gave us a lot to cheer for. Along with Scott Nixon, George Peet, Amy
Ironmonger, and Brian Janney, Terry dominated what was probably the most
talented fleet ever assembled for a Melges 24 event on this continent
at the North Americans in Annapolis, MD.