Teams were greeted by sunny skies, but glassy waters this morning. The fleet towed out to Haines point in search of breeze. Although only one race was completed, many were attempted. Great day for practices starts! No protests were filed.
A big thank you to Georgetown sailors Jack Marshall ('18), Riley Solter ('19) Jack Hogan ('21) for manning the Race Committee and patiently resetting the course multiple times; George Washington University for lending their motorboats; and all of the coaches for towing the fleet up-current through out the day.
Another beautiful day on the Potomac River! Sailing began this morning in a light easterly, which slowly shifted south and built to 10-12 knots. Seven races were completed in the lagoon with a short bathroom break. No protests were filed.
A big thank you to Georgetown sailor Jack Marshall ('18) for single handing the Race Committee today; George Washington University for lending their motorboats; and coaches Esteban Forrer and LT Rob Petrosik for lending a hand to move marks in between races.
Congratulations to the Navy Midshipmen for winning the 2018 Robert P. Arrigan Memorial Regatta.
|1||U. S. Naval Academy||Midshipmen 1||21||67||88|
|2||George Washington University||Colonials 1||38||66||104|
|3||George Washington University||Colonials 2||54||61||115|
|4||U. S. Naval Academy||Midshipmen 2||58||60||118|
|5||Georgetown University||Hoyas 2||59||89||148|
|6||Georgetown University||Hoyas 1||50||101||151|
|7||Georgetown University||Hoyas 3||74||84||158|
|8||Old Dominion University||Monarchs||118||93||211|
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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