Chamber of commerce conditions in sunny Santa Barbara on Saturday with conditions starting at 6-8 knots from 220 and shifting over to the sea breeze direction of 240 after race one and for the duration of the day at about 10-14 knots. The competitors and coaches agreed to end the regatta after ten races based on dismal wind forecasts on Sunday. Racing started at 11:45am but progressed quickly as the race committee rattled off ten races, wrapping up the final finish just after 4:30pm. In the men's division, the fleet was small but very competitive with the top four consistently finishing within boat lengths of each other throughout the day. In the women's fleet, Stanford's Grace Austin ran away with the event with a nice big picket fence at the end of the day. Thank you very much to mark set/umpire, and gaucho alum, Lucas Pierce. There were no hearing requests. Congrats to Stanford for securing the win in both divisions.
There was no racing Sunday. Forecast was dismal and ten races were completed on Saturday.
|1||Stanford University||John Kirkpatrick '22||16||16|
|2||University of Hawaii||Bastien Rasse '23||26||26|
|3||University of California at Santa Barbara||David Alexander '23||36||36|
|4||University of Southern California||Joseph Hou '22||42||LOP||42|
|5||University of Washington||Zackery Martin '23||52||52|
|6||University of Washington||Aragorn Crozier '24||59||59|
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