Despite the rainy conditions the sailing was quite good on the first day of the Tom Curtis Memorial Regatta. Winds were NNW 8-12mph. Courses were windward leeward twice around with gates. Racing was held in the Washington Sailing Marina Lagoon. 8A and 8B races were completed. One breakdown was awarded for a broken jib halyard shackle. Three protests were heard resulting in one DSQ.
Racing was coming completed in a dying NE wind. Three A and Three B races were sailed in the Washington Sailing Marina Lagoon. One collision resulted in a DSQ. Many thanks to Alex Post, Katia DaSilva, Sean Golden and Dan DelBello for helping to run the races.
|2||George Washington University||Colonials 1||49||45||94|
|3||George Washington University||Colonials 2||48||50||98|
|4||Cornell University||Big Red||56||45||101|
|5||U. S. Naval Academy||Midshipmen||50||53||103|
|9||William and Mary||Tribe||75||92||167|
|10||Loyola University Maryland||Loyola University MD||82||145||227|
|12||Catholic University of America||Cardinal||113||154||267|
|13||University of Pittsburgh||Pitt Panthers||140||154||294|
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