Racing began to a moderate 10-12 kt southerly from Northwestern's Sailing Center. Breeze built throughout the morning, turning toward the west and becoming increasingly puffy and shifty. Sailors completed four races in the morning. After a lunch break, competitors returned to a lighter, shiftier wind from the same direction. Four more races were completed in the early afternoon, and two more finished out the day after a mix-up on the beach. After these races, the regatta is completed, and no racing will occur on Sunday.
Big thanks go out to Olof Andersson, who kept races running smoothly through changing winds, and to Bob Roitblat, George Griswold, and Ted Jones, for conducting an extensive redress hearing with procedure followed to the letter. Good luck to Matt Ripkey and Ryan Grosch as they advance to the National Championships!
No racing is scheduled to occur on Sunday.
|1||University of Wisconsin||Matthew Ripkey '17||19||19|
|2||University of Minnesota||Ryan Grosch '14||38||38|
|3||University of Wisconsin||Nathan Jamieson '17||40||40|
|4||Purdue University||Evan Williams '11||44||44|
|5||University of Wisconsin||John Kinzel '14||53||53|
|6||Denison University||William Floyd '16||60||60|
|7||Lake Forest College||Charles Koules '17||68||68|
|8||Northwestern University||Travis Cottle '15||69||69|
|9||Purdue University||Grant Pollock '16||77||77|
|10||Northwestern University||Jacob Bruce '16||83||83|
|11||University of Iowa||Kyle Williams '15||112||112|
|12||University of Iowa||Nicholas Searles '16||118||118|
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.