Sailors arrived to downpouring rain and heavy NE breeze. fortunately the rain tapered off just before 10:00 am and our venue is pretty protected from the NE breeze. Both FJ's and 420's went out to start the day and after the first set and lots of wipe-outs the FJ's were sent in and we used just 1 fleet for the rest of the day. despite several delays for breakdowns, the SUNY Undergrads were able to do a great job of running races and fixing breakdowns expediently allowing us to complete 8A and 6B races by 5:00pm.
4 protests were heard resulting in 3 DSQ's as well as several breakdown hearings awarding average points. SUNY Sailors spent a bit of time after racing concluded double checking the boats proactively for tomorrow.
Thanks to the many coaches who helped hear protests throughout the day.
Breeze was on today. Conditions were even windier than yesterday, the decision was made to use just 420’s. During the first race several boats were unable to handle the very windy conditions and only 10 boats finished the race. Several boats were rescued and towed back to the dock so we decided to send the fleet back to the dock and postpone. Ultimately the wind did not subside and racing was called for the day.
Thanks to Ali Stokes, Tyler Colvin, and Jeremy Frazier for throwing on spray gear and getting on the water to help get all of the capsized boats back upright and in to shore safely!
|1||Cornell University||Big Red||25||24||49|
|3||University of Miami||Hurricanes||18||47||65|
|4||U. S. Coast Guard Academy||Bears||32||36||68|
|5||University of Pennsylvania||Quakers||39||31||70|
|7||Old Dominion University||Monarchs||48||45||93|
|*||10||SUNY Maritime College||Privateers||72||76||148|
|11||University of Vermont||Catamounts||66||87||153|
|12||SUNY Stony Brook||Seawolves||77||82||159|
|13||California Maritime Academy||Keelhaulers||66||97||163|
|14||Massachusetts Maritime Academy||Buccaneers||97||85||182|
|16||University of Virginia||Wahoos||104||92||196|
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