Teams were greeted by a Northwesterly breeze of 8-10 knots and rainy conditions that persisted all day. Six races were completed in the Washington Sailing Marina lagoon before taking an hour lunch break. After the break, six more races were completed in a slightly stronger Northeasterly. No protests were filed.
A big thank you to Georgetown sailors Albert Kraus ('17) and Jack Marshall ('18) for braving the conditions to run very efficient races; George Washington University for lending their motorboats; and GW alumnus Dickie Sand ('13) for helping to facilitate racing.
Another beautiful, and thankfully not rainy, day at the Washington Sailing Marina. Three races were completed in a Northerly of 5-8 knots before taking a short bathroom break. The race committee was only able to get one more race off after the break before the breeze shifted East and shut off. No protests were filed.
Another big thank you to all the Georgetown sailors who came to help this weekend; George Washington University for their regatta support; and GU alumnus Isabelle Ruiz de Luzuriaga for coaching today!
Congratulations to the Midshipmen for winning the 2017 Arrigan Memorial Regatta.
|1||U. S. Naval Academy||Midshipmen||77||45||122|
|2||George Washington University||Colonials||72||61||133|
|3||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Seahawks||136||67||203|
|4||Old Dominion University||Monarchs||120||102||222|
|6||William and Mary||Tribe||215||166||381|
|7||Loyola University Maryland||Loyola University MD||172||236||408|
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