A 10-14 Knot wind from the ENE with temperatures near 70 degrees Fahrenheit made for good sailing conditions for Saturday. A lot of wind shifts called for a change in course between many races. The course was a L2. Confusion at the beginning of the day caused a slow start but after the first race things ran smoothly.
Once again conditions were great for sailing with a 11-15 Knot winds from the South East. We lengthened the course which caused races to run longer but gave sailors a better chance to show off their skill. The last A fleet race started at 1250 hours and we decided to only have one race for A and B instead of a set of two so teams could get back to their campus.
|1||University of Illinois||Illini 1||12||27||39|
|5||University of Iowa||Hawkeyes||32||55||87|
|6||Grand Valley State University||Lakers||59||46||105|
|7||Miami University||Red Hawks||51||64||GDQ||115|
|8||University of Illinois||Illini 2||68||57||125|
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.
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