Bitterly cold temps in the mid 30s with a cloudy, damp seabreeze at 8-10 knots chilled everyone to the bone. Tom Robinson coaching Wellesley did an expert job with 5 races held consecutively on a modified windward-leeward course with both windward and leeward gates. Zero time between races kept everything rolling and racing was finished by 610. MIT's Will Livernois and Angie Nehmzow crushed with John Zupkus and Andrea Thoen of Emmanuel College finishing up in second. Many racers dramatically improved their tech dinghy racing style by the last race as vang eased and skipper's footed instead of pinched to keep the boat moving well.
Franny Charles MIT Sailing Master
|1||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Engineers 1||6||6|
|*||2||Emmanuel College||Emmanuel College||13||13|
|4||Wellesley College||Blue 1||22||22|
|5||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Engineers 3||26||26|
|6||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Engineers 4||31||31|
|7||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Engineers 2||34||34|
|8||Wellesley College||Blue 2||35||35|
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