Thompson Trophy


Saturday, April 13:

Hello Sailors, Parents and Friends What a great day to be back on the Thames river. It was a nice no stress lazy day of Fleet racing. The sailors arrived with a light 3-6 Knt SSE breeze that held all day. Big Thank you to John King for being the PRO. Thanks to the Cadets and the Camel undergrads for doing mark boat and Finish boat. We honored and thanked all of the Seniors for their contribution to College Sailing and honored by taking a photo, please reach out to me if you want a copy. Thanks to all the Camel Parents for contributing to our tailgate. The big event of the day was officially naming FJ boat 18 BRahhh... for Bruce Sutphen 88. We staged the FJ fleet and had 2 Camel undergrads do a cermonial Port tack start and cross the Fleet. Thanks to all of his friends and classmates that helped make this possible. Go Camels !

Report on Sunday 10am. First Race 10:30am

PS Who ever had Z420 13 in the last race today caused 6 sail bag switch by using the wrong sail bag, I will find YOU!

Sunday, April 14:

The Fog beat us to the River today. It slowly moved back to the sound . We had East gradiant with a SE Sea Breeeze that slowly went right before the Rain arrived at 3:30. Thanks Again to John King for being the PRo. It was a great Thames River effort splitting the duties of the event with CGA. We hope for have for many more joint events together. Thanks to Bern and Brain for hearing 1 request for redress.

We found the Team that caused the Sail bag issue. In their defense they deal in more abstract numbers then us regualr folk. The where very helpful today and did not cause me to do much extra work in their wake.

Good Luck to everyone over the next few weeks at qualifiers.

Score summary

3Coast GuardBears8687126299
8Boston UniversityTerriers13893105336
9Hobart & WilliamStatesmen89116145350
10Rhode IslandRams100153101354
11Connecticut CollegeCamels15397111361
*13DartmouthBig Green121153120394
*14Boston CollegeEagles175117102394
15Roger WilliamsHawks162123111396
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

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