GW Women's Invite


Saturday, April 13:

The 2nd GW Women's Invitational started with an hour and a half on land postponement. Eventually a shifty and light SE-S filled complimented by a few airplane puffs, which kept racing interesting. Sailors were pushing the starting line all day resulting in at least one general recall, and numerous individual recalls. Five W4s were completed on the day.

Thank you to GW Sailors Matt Priebe and Jack Umina for running the start boat.

Racing continues tomorrow with a 10am report time.

Sunday, April 14:

The final day of the 2019 GW Women's Invite started with a lovely downwind sail to Hains Point. We had a stronger southerly today, but that didn't provide for a more simplistic race course. The first few starts were general recalls due to a strong outgoing tide pulling everyone up the course, and the occasional SW shift made it tough to keep the course square.

One protest was filed, which resulted in a DSQ. Thank you to Tyler Colvin for hearing the protest, and all the coaches for helping tow boats back to Washington Sailing Marina at the end of the day.

Thank you again to Mike Callahan and the Georgetown University Sailing Team for lending us motorboats for the event and support. Thank you GW Sailors Cam Feves and Mike Ehnot for running the start boat.

Congratulations to all competitors and to Georgetown's Gwynie Dunlevy and Celine Bennett on their victory!

Score summary

1GeorgetownHoyas 34848
2NavyMidshipmen 35353
3GeorgetownHoyas 65858
4NavyMidshipmen 16464
5GeorgetownHoyas 76969
6NavyMidshipmen 27070
7Old DominionMonarchs 27474
8George WashingtonColonials 19090
9GeorgetownHoyas 49494
10GeorgetownHoyas 2110110
11George WashingtonColonials 2115115
12GeorgetownHoyas 1128128
13Old DominionMonarchs 3138138
14George WashingtonColonials 3141141
15George WashingtonColonials 4147147
16GeorgetownHoyas 5151151
17Old DominionMonarchs 1155155
18Old DominionMonarchs 4177177

Score history

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.

The first place team as of a given race will always be at the top of the chart. The spacing from one team to the next shows relative gains/losses made from one race to the next. You may hover over the data points to display the total score as of that race.

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