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Vanderbilt Sailing Club
... The Vanderbilt University Sailing Club was founded in 1962 with an initial grant from Harold Stirling Vanderbilt, then the chairman of the University's Board of Trust ... The Sailing Club is the oldest club sport at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee ... The Vanderbilt University Sailing Club provides opportunities for Vanderbilt students to sail recreationally and competitively in its fleet of eight Flying Junior dinghies ...

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