Amazingly eight races were completed today is a tough battle between the northerly forces and the westerly forces. There was no clear winner....No breakdowns were filed and one protest was filed and will be heard in the morning. Wind was between 3 and 8 knots all day. Marks were moved many times to keep the course as square as possible. We sailed on W3's, 4's and 5's. We are hopeful that we can complete the rotation on Sunday. First warning Sunday will be at 10am.
Four more races were completed in both divisions today. The first in each division was sailed in a nice northerly between 5-8 knots. As soon as the B Division race was completed the wind died and we towed in for lunch. An hour later both fleets went out in a building southerly which quickly died but the sailors were entertained with music by Taylor Swift. The breeze eventually returned and increased to 8-12 knots by the end of the day. All courses were W4's. All coaches were on the water both days thanks to the generosity of Julie Wilson. There was one breakdown in the FJ fleet due to a broken hiking strap(splash). And no protests were filed.
|4||Dartmouth College||Big Green||74||77||151|
|5||University of Pennsylvania||Quakers||73||81||154|
|6||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Engineers||77||101||178|
|7||George Washington University||Colonials||78||110||188|
|8||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Statesmen||91||104||195|
|10||Bowdoin College||Polar Bears||92||110||202|
|13||College of Charleston||Cougars||123||127||250|
|14||University of Rhode Island||Rams||137||123||260|
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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