Sailors were greeted on day one of North North 2019 with really light breeze from the South. Race committee sent A fleet out and successfully got off two races in 3kts with puffs up to 6kts. B fleet went out as the breeze grew to 5kts. Race committee successfully got off one more set for A and sent sailors in for the day as the breeze died after A fleet's races.
Sunday started with about an hour of on shore postponement while sailors waited for the breeze to fill. At 10:30am, a growing 5kt southerly filled in and B fleet was sent out first. Throughout the day the breeze remained consistent with growing puffs of up to 7kts. Race committee completed 5 more full rotations before sending sailors in when the wind died at 4pm. Thank you to Nino Johnson, Andrew Nelson, and race committee volunteers for running races!
|1||University of Washington||Husky Purple||12||13||25|
|2||University of Washington||Husky Gold||19||19||38|
|3||Western Washington University||Vikings 1||24||21||45|
|4||University of Victoria||Vikes 2||36||30||66|
|5||University of Victoria||Vikes 1||34||33||67|
|6||Western Washington University||Vikings 4||17||51||68|
|7||Western Washington University||Vikings 3||41||30||71|
|8||Western Washington University||Vikings 2||44||34||78|
|9||Portland State University||Vikings||43||43||86|
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