ICSA Men's Singlehanded's


Friday, November 5:

The ICSA / Laser Performance Men's Singlehanded Championships concluded today with some lead changes and very close sailing. Conditions continued to be unseasonably chilly and breezy on Tampa Bay, with winds averaging between the mid to upper-teens for the entire regatta.

After 16 races in the men's regatta, Georgetown's Charlie Buckingham and Roger William's Cy Thompson were tied. Buckingham's 3-15 bested Thompson's 11-11 last two races, and they ended 1-2. The battle for third was even closer, with University of South Florida's Zack Marks tied with Yale's Cam Cullman going into the final race. Cullman prevailed, passing Marks upwind to win the final race and collect 3rd.

All races were WL x 5, with a windward offset and leeward gate. Four breakdowns were awarded, one OCS, and no protests filed. ICSA President Mitch Brindley served as ICSA rep.

Special thanks to LaserPerformance, title sponsor, for providing 36 new Lasers for the event, to the St. Petersburg Yacht Club and Sailing Center for offering their venues, to Regatta Chair Tom Wallace, PRO Pat Seidenspinner and her team of volunteers, head coach Todd Fedsyzyn and his staff, head judge Serge Jorgensen and his jurors, and to the University of South Florida sailing team member volunteers.

Score summary

1GeorgetownCharlie Buckingham '116969
2Roger WilliamsCy Thompson '117373
3YaleCam Cullman '138484
4South FloridaZachary Marks '118686
5BrownFred Strammer '119898
6CharlestonErik Bowers '12143143
7BrownColin Smith '13146146
8Cal MaritimeSean Kelly '12157157
9WisconsinAndrew Fox '13176176
10GeorgetownChris Barnard '13181181
*11CornellPhilip Alley '12191191
*12OregonElliot Drake '12191191
13StanfordOliver Toole '14196196
14U. MiamiDavid Hernandez '12219219
15Hobart & WilliamSamuel Blouin '12227227
16MinnesotaMatthew Thompson '11232232
17WisconsinJoseph Kutschenreuter '12289289
18TulaneShawn Ryan '11308308
*Number of high-place (5) finishes

Score history

The following chart shows the relative rank of the teams as of the race indicated. Note that the races are ordered by number, then division, which may not represent the order in which the races were actually sailed.

The first place team as of a given race will always be at the top of the chart. The spacing from one team to the next shows relative gains/losses made from one race to the next. You may hover over the data points to display the total score as of that race.

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