Shortly after the America's Cup began last month, the trophy Jimmy Spithill and his crew had taken home from Valencia, Spain four years earlier was put out for the 34-year-old skipper and his Team USA crew on their way down to the dock each morning.
The Baltimore Sun recently interviewed Jobson, who is now the president of U.S. Sailing and a member of its Hall of Fame, about this year's America's Cup finals, which begin Saturday in San Francisco. Jobson is serving as a television commentator on NBC.
Annapolis native Terry Hutchinson seems to be less upset -- at least on the surface -- than others about the news that he had been fired Dec. 3 as the helmsman of the Artemis Racing Team's entry into the 2013 America's Cup.
Sinclair Broadcast Group, of Hunt Valley, is bringing live wrestling to Baltimore in 2012. The Baltimore-based broadcaster took over the struggling Ring of Honor circuit last June and is now using its distribution muscle of to air the pro wrestling matches nationally.
Gary Jobson has gone from being an 11-year-old inspiring others to sail on the Jersey Shore to, 50 years later, a member of the National Sailing Hall of Fame's first class of inductees on Oct. 23 in San Diego. He has won his share of battles, but none bigger than beating cancer eight years ago.