Great breeze and racing today. Starting just after 11am, the breeze was 5-7 knots from the southwest, but shifted to the right and increased in pressure as the day went on. The men got nine races, while the women got seven races. There was one breakdown where redress was granted. Thanks so much to the jury and umpire, Sky Adams and Claire Hunt and to the Gaucho team for staffing the RC boats. Thanks to the coaches for helping with breakdowns. Stanford sailors, Christina Sakellaris and Hallie Schiffman are currently running away with the two qualifying spots to the 2019 Singlehanded National Championship in Santa Barbara on November 9-10.
A very breezy day in Santa Barbara with big swell made for difficult course adjustment, but once all was in place the ladies got three races quickly in, while the men got four races in. Christina Sakellaris ran away with the event with Hallie Schiffman in a solid second. The two Stanford Cardinal will advance to the Singlehanded National Championship held in Santa Barbara on November 9-10. Congratulations to all the sailors and thank you very much to our umpires, Chris Weis and Claire Hunt, and the UCSB Gauchos for providing race committee.
|1||Stanford University||Christina Sakellaris '21||11||11|
|2||Stanford University||Hallie Schiffman '23||19||19|
|3||University of Hawaii||Adeline Ruiz '21||33||33|
|4||University of Hawaii||Olivia Klotz '23||39||39|
|5||University of California at Santa Barbara||Ariana Fernandez '23||48||48|
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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