Because the wind took so long to fill in today, at noon we announced that the womens event would not start until Sunday. We were hoping to sneak either some, or all the event in on Saturday, but it was not to be. The men's racing on Sat. went past 4.
Once again the conditions were not the normal Miami. After postponing on shore until 11, the fleet came out. There was at least one abandoned race due to a 45 degree windshift, before we could get a race off at 12:20. The wind was out of the south, with large windshifts (30 degrees) which made the course hard to manage. We were able to get 6 races in by then end. Wind started at about 5 knts, but at the end of the day was blowing up to 12 knts or so off and on....The good thing was it was blue sky and around 88 degrees, with warm water...so no thunderclouds or rain...Congratulations to Charlotte Rose who had 7 pts after 6 races and to Maartje van Dam, both from Jacksonville for qualifying for nationals. Marian Williams (College of Charleston) was very close behind. Thank you to the UM team for the help through out a trying weekend...and now onto SP#3 next saturday.
|1||Jacksonville University||Charlotte Rose '22||7||7|
|2||Jacksonville University||Maartje van Dam '23||14||14|
|3||College of Charleston||Marian Frances Williams '21||16||16|
|4||University of Georgia||Allison Chenard '19||26||26|
|5||Jacksonville University||Mary Mann '23||30||30|
|6||University of Miami||Kaitlyn DeLisser '20||33||33|
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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