At 10:30 am the lake was glassy, boats had trouble getting out with the very light wind and the strong current. After 2 hours of drifting around, races started with 3-4 knots of wind. The wind built to 5-6 knots by early afternoon and was constant but patchy throughout the rest of the day. Overall 4 races were run in A fleet and 2 in B fleet.
The day started off patchy like Saturday. Around noon a breeze of around 4-5 knots began to fill in from the south west corner of the lake, and two B fleet races were sailed to complete the second rotation. Two unsuccessful races were started and abandoned for A fleet as the wind began to die and shift to the north. At 1 pm the lake was glass and the regatta was called for the weekend. Congratulations to the UNH Wildcats for taking home the win.
|1||University of New Hampshire||Wildcats 1||8||4||12|
|3||University of New Hampshire||Wildcats 2||12||14||26|
|4||McGill University||Redbirds 1||20||8||28|
|5||McGill University||Redbirds 2||16||23||39|
|6||University of Massachusetts at Amherst||Minutemen||22||24||46|
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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