Racing started this morning in the Cooper River in a north wind around 5 knot. The wind veered right and after race 4 the race committee moved the course to the north of the York Town to avoid it's wind shadow. The wind became very shifty before finally settling in from the east around 12 knots for the last few races of the day. The race committee sent the fleets to shore after race 10B and 11A to avoid the ominous rain clouds to the north. Sailors had to negotiate a tricky flood tide all day. All courses were modified trapazoids with independent start and finish lines and a pin boat. Two protests were filed, one was withdrawn and the other was disallowed. We had no breakdowns.
Sailors were greeted by another light northerly wind this morning. It quickly shifted to the east and filled at 8-12 knots. All races were sailed in "the marsh" using the same course configuration as yesterday. The tide was ebbing in the morning but slaked off and began to flood during the last sets of the day. The shifty east wind and the changing tide kept the SAISA sailors on their tows. We had no protests or breakdowns.
|1||College of Charleston||Cougars 1||50||44||94|
|3||College of Charleston||Cougars 2||95||68||163|
|4||University of South Florida||Bulls||71||116||187|
|7||Georgia Institute of Technology||Yellow Jackets||118||137||255|
|8||University of Miami||Hurricanes||73||205||278|
|9||University of North Carolina at Wilmington||Seahawks||170||184||354|
|10||University of North Carolina||North Carolina||219||148||367|
|12||North Carolina State University||Wolfpack||213||164||377|
|14||Duke University||Blue Devils||215||240||455|
|15||University of Tennessee||Volunteers||288||206||494|
|16||University of Georgia||Georgia||254||289||543|
|17||University of Florida||Gators||304||249||553|
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