Peter Wenner Rainbow Invite


Saturday, January 18:

After the team introductions and lei giving, races started out in wind trade winds around 15 -18 knots with air and water temps around 80 and the wind picked up consistently through out the day topping out with 20 plus knot puffs. As usual the trade winds in Keehi lagoon were gusty and shifty causing a few wild capsizes throughout the weekend. Peter Wenner and his wife Suzie cooked steak, bacon wrapped dogs, salads, Local Organic Portobello mushrooms and veggie burgers for all the competitors, coaches and spectators after sailing and all teams enjoyed a great well deserved meal followed by a beautiful sunset.

Sunday, January 19:

Sunday saw the winds pick up a little from a more normal ENE direction. 12 races were completed in each division with a few minor breakdowns and capsizes in the 25 knot puffs. Sailors were pretty tired by 3pm when we held the last race in 20 to 25 knots of wind. Congratulations to the home team of the UH Rainbows who took first and second in these familiar conditions. Also a huge thanks to the head coach Andy Johnson for organizing the event. The Wenner family for cooking for over 100 people throughout the event and PRO Adam Corpuz-Lahne and his wife Renee DeCurtis as well as the UH coaching staff, voluteers and the UH sailing team for a very memerable event!

Score summary

1HawaiiRainbow Green313465
2HawaiiRainbow White553691
3UC Santa BarbaraGauchos4573118
4HawaiiRainbow Black9945144
5UC Los AngelesBruins8571156
7Cal MaritimeKeelhaulers9182173
8HawaiiRainbow Wahine12862190
10UC DavisAggies107124231
12Cal PolyMustangs99170269
13UC San DiegoTritons147135282
*14Western WashingtonVikings150140290
*15CSU Long Beach49ers111179290
16Channel IslandsDolphins170174344
17RutgersScarlet Knights206210416
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

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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