Carl Van Duyne


Saturday, October 10:

4 races were sailed in a dying northerly this morning. Before the start of race 5 winds died completely and forced us into a postponement. After a while we sent everyone to shore for a lunch break around 1400. We were monitoring the wind conditions closely and decided to start race 5 at roughly 1610. We had to abandon race 5 due to no wind and ripping current. We called the day at 1745.

Race 5 will start promptly at 0945 tomorrow.

Thank you to USMMA Midshipmen for helping run the event.

Sunday, October 11:

The day started with a light southerly allowing us to get in one race before a big change in direction. We reset the course in the new westerly with velocity ranging from 4-12 knots. We took a short break around 1315 then finished the regatta with 3 more races.

Thanks to the USMMA Midshipmen for helping run a great event!

No protests or breakdowns were filed.

Congratulations to GTN Nevin Snow, NA Gary Prieto, SMC Markus Edegran, and GWU Brendan Shanahan for qualifying for ICSA Singlehanded Nationals at ODU on November 6-8, 2015.

Score summary

1GeorgetownNevin Snow '165050
2NavyGary Prieto '187474
3St. Mary'sMarkus Edegran '167878
4George WashingtonBrendan Shanahan '178181
5GeorgetownGreg Martinez '188383
6NavyAddison Hackstaff '189696
7GeorgetownJack Marshall '18100100
8Kings PointAustin Neuman '16123123
9Queen'sJohn Ruitenberg '19125125
10Old DominionJoseph David '16144144
11NY MaritimeNick Valente '16147147
12PennsylvaniaKeen Butcher '18153153
*13CornellDaniel Birmingham '17157157
*14Old DominionEthan Lounsbury '17157157
15George WashingtonDaniel DelBello '17158158
16Queen'sJohn Machum '17159159
17GeorgetownClay Broussard '18160160
18Hobart & WilliamConnor Swikart '18178178
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

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