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After 11 years of Sailing as a team we have decided to call time on our
partnership and will not be campaigning towards 2012 together.
We have enjoyed sailing together immensely and we are really proud of what
we have achieved, we now have different ambitions that we want to pursue
whole heartedly and feel it is the right time to move on.
Nick is starting an Olympic 470 campaign with Pom Green trying to go one
better then 2004 and 2008 and will be sailing full time attending the main
international 470 championships.
Joe is spending the year working within performance coaching and mentoring,
including private coaching with 49er Olympic reps Stevie Morrison and Ben
Rhodes as well as working within schools in a multi sport environment. Joe
will make a decision on his Olympic sailing future at the end of 2009.
There are many highlights in the time we have sailed together with the three
Olympic Games standing out. We are very good friends and would very much
like to get involved in other Sailing projects together in the future.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone that has helped us
on the way including our sponsors, Volvo cars, UK Sport, Skandia Team GBR,
WNW Design and Holt Performance Hardware.
We would also like to give special thanks to David Cole from Chappell Cole &
Co who bought us our first 470 and has been a key supporter/advisor since.
Nick and Joe Win Olympic Silver Medal
Nick and Joe have just clinched a dramatic silver medal, coming back from sitting 4th overall overnight, to second in the final medal race. Race highlights and interviews can be seen by visiting the BBC's website, by clicking on the following link: http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/olympics/sailing/7567372.stm
Olympic 470 sailors Nick Rogers and Joe Glanfield have grown
a reputation as one of the sailing worlds strongest pairings,
under their core values of teamwork, commitment and excellence
they have achieved medals at Olympic, World and European competition
and reached No1 on the world rankings.
They are now looking forward to making further gains in the
way they train, communicate and perform, to improve their
results and to continue to win international events for Team
Please click here to read an
interview with Nick and Joe.
Please click here to read a more in depth article about the
history of the RogersGlanfield