Lots of rain for the the first few hours of the day! Sailed 420's only and although it did get up to 25 knots briefly the big breeze that was forecasted for the entire day never materialized. SSW 12-16 knots then backed of to under 8knots from the WSW for the last two A races. A DSQ for Webb in race 5B moved them out of first with Brown taking the lead going into Sunday.
Sunday brought brisk NW breeze in the high teens in the morning. B Division went out in 420's and A in FJ's but after one race it became apparent that 420's only was the way to go so we put the FJ's away for the day. Six B division races and four A Division races were sailed for the day. One request for redress was filed and disallowed. Huge thank you to the CGA Sailing team for running the event and assisting many capsized boats throughout the weekend. Congratulations to Roger Williams for winning the event.
Lexi Pline was on the water taking photos. To view photos please visit: http://www.lexiplinephotography.com/
|1||Roger Williams University||Hawks||64||32||96|
|4||U. S. Naval Academy||Midshipmen||84||55||139|
|6||University of Rhode Island||Rams||95||68||163|
|*||8||U. S. Coast Guard Academy||Bears||97||80||177|
|11||University of Wisconsin||Badgers||123||97||220|
|14||SUNY Stony Brook||Seawolves||146||167||313|
|15||University of California at Berkeley||Bears||173||171||344|
|16||University of Massachusetts at Amherst||Minutemen||166||183||349|
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