We had a great morning on the water. At 1000, the breeze was 8-9 knots from the east, we got in 4 races with great breeze. It then began to die and shift to the south east. By the end of the 5th race, the wind was a constant 3 knots. We then went into postponement until 1430, the breeze seemed to come up from the northwest, but then died again. We then called off the races for the rest of the day and plan to have first warning at 0930.
Today was another light and shifty day on Lake Mendota. We had a few false starts and three unfinished races due to shifts in the wind. The conditions were about 2-5 knots variable out of the south throughout the morning. At noon the wind picked up to around 7 knots out of the south. Thank you so much to our incredible PRO John Porter and race committee help Greg Griffen. Another huge thanks goes out to our chief judge Fields Gunset for being on call throughout the regatta.
|1||Miami University||Ryan Squires '22||22||22|
|*||2||Ohio University||Nick Maude '22||26||26|
|*||3||University of Wisconsin||Jacob Macdonald '23||26||26|
|*||4||University of Michigan||William Vogel '25||26||26|
|5||Indiana University||John Hultquist '24||40||40|
|6||University of Wisconsin||Benjamin Weinstein '23||51||51|
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