Sailors were greeted with a beatiful 6-10 knot breeze out of the south to start the day and the race committee was able to get 4 races of in each division before the wind sifted to the west and became unstable. Big windshifts and a strong outgoing current kept race committee and the sailors on there toes for the duration of the afternoon. 4 more races were completed in each division. Full moon created an unusually extreme low tide making it difficult to get the boats out at the end of the day... Race organizers were extremely appreciative of all the teams for their patience and help washing all the boats at the end of the day. Special thanks to former NADS sailor Killian Corbishley ('15) and Jody Wienbecher, sailing director at Florida Yacht Club for their help running races
|1||Eckerd College||Tritons 1||34||18||52|
|2||Jacksonville University||Fins 1||24||29||53|
|3||University of Florida||Gators 1||41||29||70|
|4||New College of Florida||Nulls||37||38||75|
|5||Eckerd College||Tritons 2||49||28||77|
|6||Jacksonville University||Fins 2||48||47||95|
|7||University of South Florida||Bulls||61||48||109|
|9||University of Miami||Hurricanes||59||70||129|
|10||Florida State University||Florida State||56||81||137|
|12||University of Florida||Gators 2||96||89||185|
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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