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Phil Trinter - Trinter won his first of two Star World Championship titles in 1993 with Olympic Campaign partner Joe Londrigan and 20 years later won his second Star World Championship with John MacCausland. Trinter and skipper Paul Cayard will be a force to be reckoned with out on the water this week at the Star Sailors League Finals.
Steve Mitchell - Mitchell won the 2002 Star Worlds with skipper Ian Percy and the pair finished 6th place overall at the 2004 Olympic Games. After his olympic sailing career, Mitchell moved on to coaching athletes full time.
Pascal Rambeau - Rambeau is a two time Star World Champion crew. He sailed to victory with skipper Xavier Rohart in 2003 and 2005. Rohart and Rambeau also won a Bronze Olympic Medal in the 2004 Games.
Bruno Prada - Prada is the second most winning Star sailor in the 106 year history of the Star Class. In his career racing stars, he has won two Olympic medals, 4 total Star World Championships, and one Star Sailors League Finals.
Dominik Zycki - Dominik won the 2008 Star World Championship with skipper Mateusz Kuszneirewicz and the dynamic duo went on to represent Poland at the 2012 Olympic Games in London finishing 8th place overall.
Frithjof Kleen - Kleen represented Germany at the 2012 London Olympics with skipper Robert Stanjek and a few years later won the 2014 Star World Championship held in Malcesine, Italy. His highest finish at the Star Sailors League Finals so far is a 6th place.
Samuel Goncalves - Goncalves is arguably the secret weapon of Lars Grael. The two sailors have won several events in the last few years including 2 Bacardi Cups, the 2014 Western Hemisphere Championship, the 2014 & 2016 South American Championship, and the 2015 Star World Championship in Buenos Aires Argentina. Grael and Concalves have also finished 2nd many times in the Star Worlds over the past few years.
Joshua Revkin - Revkin began crewing in stars at the young age of 15 and with 11 years of experience on his side he finally went on to win the 2017 Star World Championship in Denmark with skipper Eivind Melleby. The two are down in Nassau hoping to keep up the momentum and end the week with a podium finish. Josh Revkin is currently sitting in 4th place on the Star Sailors Crew Ranking.