Sailing coach and New Zealand yachting coach

This is the website of Andrew Brown from Force Racing. Andrew is a highly skilled yachting coach and sailor. To find out more of the history of Forceracing click here About Us.

Andrew is currently coaching the skiff classes for Brazil towards their home Olympics in RIO 2016. Andrew is working closely with the Grael family and the team of Marco Grael and Gabriel Borges in the 49er class.

In 2011 and in 2012 Andrew has been the coach for Martine Grael and Isabel Swan.  The results include 8th in the both the 2011 and 2012 World Championships as well as 4th in the 2012 Sail for Gold regatta in the 470.

Andrew is involved as a contract coach for many other campaigns. This includes the New Zealand Sailing Team (Yachting New Zealand's Olympic Sailing Team) having worked with Jo Aleh and Olivia Powrie on equipment and technique coaching in the 2012 Olympic Gold Medal campaign. Andrew again contracted to Yachting New Zealand in 2013.
Andrew Brown is a top yachting coach in New Zealand  - coaching many types of classes from Optimist through to Olympic classes. Andrew is also a top sailor wanting to add to his many national and international titles.

To keep updated with the latest news from Forceracing wherever in the World Andrew is, check out the NEWS page for all the latest news and gossip from Forceracing!

Andrew Brown - Sailing Campaigns...

Information regarding Andrew Brown's racing and sailing campaigns can be found on the Yachting Services page.
Currently Andrew is sailing a Sunburst with his family, racing with his 7 year old son Cameron, Cameron having won his first national title with his Dad in 2014.
Andrew is always searching for more sailing opportunities.

Products for Sale - Doyle Sails and Winner Optimists

Forceracing/Doyle Sails NZ and WINNER OPTIMIST NZ sell top quality equipment that complients well the Forceracing strategy of top performing coaching. As you strive to the top of your sport it is important to have top equipment so it helps you achieve your sailing goals!

Some people think that sport is a matter of life and death. I don't like that attitude. I can assure them that it is much more serious than that.

Bill Shankley