Laser North


Saturday, September 14:

Sat: Day 1 started with great wind and a solid forecast to get a full day of racing in. We ran W-4’s with a gate and offset all day. Before lunch we had very steady breeze from the north with solid pressure ranging from 8-15 knots and were able to run 6 races. After lunch we had a little less pressure and the breeze started going NNW. At times the fleet struggled to make it down wind with the current. We finished 12 total races around 1600 and we decided to call it for the day. Tomorrow looks to be a little lighter but we will try to finish the RR.

One protest was heard and disallowed.

Thanks to the USMMA Midshipmen for keeping the courses square.

Sunday, September 15:

Sun: Day 2 started a bit differently than yesterday with very light air. The wind filled with just enough pressure to sneak one race in. We sent the fleet to shore for a brief postponement which allowed a lunch break. After lunch/postponement we had a westerly fill in with up and down pressure ranging about 4-8 knots. The westerly allowed us to finish 18 total races.

Congratulations to the top 6 sailors who will be back at KP racing in the Van Duyne on October 12-13.

Full score can be found here:

Score summary

1NY MaritimeNick Valente '165151
2FordhamOlin Paine '167171
3CornellMatthew Schofield '17129129
4NY MaritimeMatthew Schoene '15139139
5Hobart & William SmEddie Cox '16141141
6FordhamAlecsander Tayler '17146146
7CornellDaniel Birmingham '17164164
8NY MaritimeBen Wilkinson '17166166
9Kings PointAustin Neuman '16173173
*10Hobart & William SmSean Burke '17187187
*11Webb InstituteIsaac Kremers '17187187
12SyracuseAndrew Murphy '14191191
13Hobart & William SmChris Wilson '16202202
14CornellDuncan Howes '15218218
15FordhamAnders Ekholm '17233233
16Kings PointRyan Wood '17251251
17Hobart & William SmNicholas LaChance '16264264
18Kings PointDylan Marohn '16279279
19CornellPhilippe Williamson '16291291
20CornellSamuel Webster '17297297
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

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