Racing began at around 10:45 in 1-2 ft seas and an ENE 8-10kt breeze. As the day progressed through a normal Florida hot afternoon, the chop began to decrease as well as the breeze, but sailors were content to see no less than 6 kts of sailing wind. For the last set of the day, both divisions sailed in gusts of 15kts settling to around 10-13 kts of breeze. Overall, a very successful day of racing: 10 races for each division and a very steady direction of breeze resulting in minor course adaption time. Courses sailed were modified 2WL with a leeward gate. A special thanks to Emily, Casey, Ryan, Steph, Bobby and the other USF sailing team members in attendance for helping to run a very smooth regatta. Congratulations to winning team University of Miami Hurricanes for winning the event!
PRO Adam DePrimo
|1||University of Miami||Hurricanes||15||34||49|
|2||University of South Florida||Bulls 1||24||29||53|
|4||University of Florida||Gators||34||38||72|
|6||Florida Institute of Technology||Florida Tech||35||68||103|
|7||University of South Florida||Bulls 2||72||60||132|
|9||Florida Gulf Coast University||Florida Gulf Coast||85||84||169|
|10||New College of Florida||New College||96||102||198|
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