Skies were overcast and temperatures low to begin the day on Saturday. Winds were strong, but not too strong to get off a good set of races. Throughout the day, constant winds stayed in the range of 10-15 mph, with gusts up to 18 mph later in the day. A division finished four races and B division completed two before winds rose too high to sail. After racing finished, the protest committee heard an extended request for redress featuring a drifting starting mark that affected much of the fleet; the request was eventually denied, but all present gained a much better understanding of the procedure behind redress and the process of the protest committee.
Winds started off light and shifty from the west in the morning, but built to a fairly steady 10 mph from the north in the early afternoon. B division got off four races and A division finished two, completing 3 full rotations and a total of 12 races over the course of the regatta. A big thank you goes out to our race committee of Hooman Bahmandeji, Jeffery Cross, and PRO Rick Lillie, and to our protest committee of Bob Roitblatt, Dennis Bartley, Erik Schneider, and Cheif Judge Betsy Altman. Congratulations to Wisconsin for taking first place, and to Minnesota 1 and 2 in second and third place, respectively.
|1||University of Wisconsin||Badgers 2||28||17||45|
|2||University of Minnesota||Minnesota Women 1||35||13||48|
|3||University of Minnesota||Minnesota Women 2||39||18||57|
|4||University of Wisconsin||Badgers 4||42||32||74|
|5||University of Illinois||Illini||49||35||84|
|6||University of Wisconsin Milwaukee||Panthers||38||56||94|
|8||University of Michigan||Wolverines||66||40||106|
|9||University of Wisconsin||Badgers 1||69||39||108|
|10||University of Wisconsin||Badgers 3||42||67||109|
|11||Marquette University||Golden Eagles||67||45||112|
|12||University of Notre Dame||Fighting Irish||67||78||145|
|13||University of Michigan||Maize||68||98||166|
|15||University of Michigan||Blue||104||93||197|
|16||University of Chicago||Maroons||110||MRP||89||MRP||199|
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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