The day started with some much needed rain for CA. As the rain clouds moved through the breeze built as the day went on. The breeze was WSW ranging from 6-15 kts. 8 Races were sailed on the "Navy Trap" Course. Sailing was competitive and close throughout the day. Racing resumes tomorrow with the top 2 spots for grabs for nationals.
A big thank you to Will LaDow'18 and Ameila Hardy '18 for helping with RC. Also, thank you to our 2 on the water judges Mike Gross and Jesse Kirkland.
The sea breeze was in right away. It was another beautiful day with sunny skies and a NNW breeze from 8-15Kts. The "Navy Trap" Course was used for all the racing today. A total of 15 Races were sailed for the regatta.
A big thank you again to Mike Gross and Jesse Kirkland for Judging. Also, thank you to all the undergrads for their work helping to run races.
Congrats to Luke Muller (Stanford) and Kieran Chung (Stanford) for qualifying for nationals!
|1||Stanford University||Luke Muller '18||22||22|
|2||Stanford University||Kieran Chung '15||33||33|
|3||University of California at Santa Barbara||Stephen Long '17||60||60|
|4||California Maritime Academy||Drake Jensen '18||68||68|
|5||University of California at Berkeley||Richard Didham '18||80||LOP||80|
|6||University of Hawaii||Jeremy Hitchcock '17||103||103|
|7||California Maritime Academy||Kyle Larsen '18||110||110|
|8||University of Hawaii||Giacomo Paoletti '15||112||112|
|9||Santa Clara University||Dylan Ale '15||138||LOP||138|
|10||University of California at San Diego||Nicolas Delfino '16||139||139|
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.