Overcast with a high in the mid 50s, and just enough wind for the first day of the Arrigan Memorial Regatta. 10 races were sailed in a shifty NW with an hour-long lunch break halfway through the day. One protest was filed and disallowed, and one breakdown was filed and granted.
A beautiful, clear day for sailing on the Potomac with a high in the low 70's. We completed 2 races in a very light NE wind that also welcomed oscillating 90 degree shifts. After a two hour lunch break/wind delay, racing was called off for the day at 2:00PM.
A big thank-you to all the current Georgetown sailors who ran the Race Committee and Mark-Set boats, and Nevin Snow ('16) for volunteering for the protest committee.
This regatta is named after Robert Paul Arrigan, a Georgetown sailor who was tragically killed in the summer of his freshman year at Georgetown in 1984.
|1||George Washington University||Colonials||78||34||112|
|*||2||Christopher Newport University||Captains||55||75||130|
|*||3||U. S. Naval Academy||Midshipmen||72||58||130|
|5||SUNY Stony Brook||Seawolves||144||138||282|
|8||Catholic University of America||Cardinals||122||200||322|
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