Laser South


Saturday, September 14:

The first day of the 2013 Laser South Regatta was held on a beautiful day in Annapolis, with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low 70s. The wind was from the NW at 5-15 knots and a windward leeward course was set in the Severn River, right off the Robert Crown Center. With big puffs and large oscillations all day, the fleet was definitely challenged. We ran six races before a lunch break and then another 6 to finish off the day as the wind decreased and the conditions became dicier. One breakdown was granted for a broken hiking strap.

Sunday, September 15:

Sunday was another gorgeous day, but unfortunately, the wind did not cooperate early on. After numerous failed attempts to get racing, a nice southerly breeze filled in a little after noon and a course was set in the Severn River, just inside Greenberry Point. The wind built to the low teens throughout the afternoon and 6 quality races were completed to close out the regatta. Congratulations to the top 6 who qualified for the Carl Van Duyne MAISA Mens Singlehanded Championship at Kings Point on October 12-13 and especially to Georgetown's Nevin Snow for winning the 2013 Laser South Regatta.

Score summary

1GeorgetownNevin Snow '166262
2George WashingtonDaniel DelBello '176464
3NavyMarkus Edegran '169696
4GeorgetownGreg Martinez '189999
5Old DominionNathan Fields '17132132
6George WashingtonColin Kennedy '17134134
7Old DominionDaniel LOCHNER '15158158
8Old DominionEthan Lounsbury '17165165
9NavyCharles Peck '15185185
10NavyPhilip Youngberg '15193193
11GeorgetownJohn LaBossiere '17196196
12MonmouthPaul Stevens '14197197
13NavyMichael Madigan '17200200
14St. Mary'sKyle Burgess '17201201
15PennsylvaniaJack Swikart '15202202
16Old DominionJacob Spracher '15225225
17PennsylvaniaJoe Farned '17275275
18William and MaryScott Guinn '15319319
19VirginiaSamuel Patterson '16323323
20VirginiaNicholas Baez '17343343

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.

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