Participation History

Established in 1990, this annual event organized by the US Sailing’s Olympic Sailing Committee is sailed on Biscayne Bay and features elite-level competition in the classes selected for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

As the only Sailing World Cup event in the U.S. for Olympic and Paralympic classes, SWC Miami has a track record for high attendance by foreign teams. Hosts for the event are the US Sailing Center, Coconut Grove Sailing Club, the City of Miami’s Regatta Park, and Shake-a-Leg-Miami.

For American sailors, the event is especially important as a ranking regatta for sailors hoping to make the US Sailing Team.

 

Year Number of Boats Number of Athletes Countries Represented
2016 542 729 64
2015 599 848 64
2014 422 581 49
2013 237 311 37
2012 354 529 41
2011 549 716 53
2010 440 630 45
2009 323 444 41
2008 202 369 34
2007 579 855 49
2006 406 610 40
2005 217 322 26
2004 323 503 39
2003 328 526 34
2002 282 434 26
2001 152 201 14
2000 195 290 32
1999 189 279 22
1998 234 345 19
1997 91 113 14
1996 507 744 53
1995 432 527 37
1994 325 455 22
1993 158 217 17
1992 319 508 *
1991 253 367 *
1990 * * *

*no data available

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