at top level on the ICSA National Conference circuit under head
coach Alessandro Ambrosi who is now in his second year at
Hampton University as head sailing coach.
Chesapeake Bay surrounds the campus
HU is in Virginia, USA and has 2 sailing seasons (fall and spring ). This year he will introduce windsurfing to college sailing. The sailing team at Hampton is a varsity team and the venue is one of the best of East Coast, windy, safe and in front of campus.
In 2013 HU will organize the ICSA college nationals semi final in Laser, 420 and Windsurfing which will be a promo event before hopefully a full introduction into the program
Take a look at these websites for more information about the University and its sports here...
HU's academic level is very good and focuses on a progressive education in over 80 academic programs ranging from Engineering to Journalism & Communications, HU can help you to reach your career goals.
If you are a good student at junior year in high school AND are also a good sailor, this is what to do to grab this opportunity - if you score well in the Admission Test(SAT) you could win a scholarship.
It's a great chance for you to study abroad and develop your windsurf racing at top level
This is how the admission to Hampton University works...
You have to provide the following
- 3 letters of recommendation
- Short essay autobiographical
- 35$ fee
- SAT test
- Original transcripts translated from High school
All this information are on http://www.hamptonu.edu/academics/
You can practice the SAT test as often as you like on www.collegeboard.org and make a reservation to take it before November 1st 2011.
Sailing Head Coach
Department of Athletics
121 Holland Hall
Hampton, VA 23668