Teams hit the water at 1100 after a short postponement due to lack of wind. Wisconsin's Coed and Women's teams led the charge winning 9 of 10 races between the two of them. Michigan, Notre Dame, and Washington are also right in contention. Conditions were variable from the South-Southwest with breeze ranging from 4-9 kts; the Southerly direction in Madison highly shifty which caused massive spread in the fleet.
There was one breakdown with immaterial impact on results. Racing continues Sunday at 1000
Day two came to be with a light Northerly breeze. B division sailed two quick races after the wind direction settled. After consultation with organizers and the RC team, our race officer Scott determined that the best course of action would be to run one additional race in each division. A division rotated in and completed a very short race in a building Northwesterly wind. B division hit the water to close things out in a 9-12 kt Northwester. Congrats to Michigan, the Wisconsin Honey Badgers, and Wisco Coed for their success on the water. Thanks to PRO Scott Corder, scorekeeper Lisa Corder, our judges Anthony Mercurio and Michael Lusty, and all the Wisco sailors who spent their weekend running Fall Fury. See you next year!
|1||University of Wisconsin||Badgers||19||10||29|
|2||University of Wisconsin||Honey Badgers||22||17||39|
|3||University of Michigan||Wolverines 1||25||38||63|
|4||University of Notre Dame||Fighting Irish||35||39||74|
|5||University of Michigan||Wolverines 2||51||24||75|
|6||University of Washington||Huskies||33||46||79|
|7||University of Saint Thomas||Tommie||50||30||80|
|9||Hope College||Flying Dutchmen||69||64||133|
|10||Grand Valley State University||Lakers||82||59||141|
|11||Marquette University||Golden Eagles||75||72||147|
|12||Michigan State University||Spartans||69||84||153|
|13||Michigan Technological University||Husky One||76||89||165|
|14||University of Minnesota||Gophers||84||83||167|
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.
The first place team as of a given race will always be at the top of the chart. The spacing from one team to the next shows relative gains/losses made from one race to the next. You may hover over the data points to display the total score as of that race.