Volume 11, Issue 5 January 25, 2016  
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Melges Performance Sailboats
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Regattas / Calendar
Submit your 2016 dates
 
February
13- US Sailing Judges Seminar - Pewaukee Harken
 
March 
12 - US Sailing Judges Seminar - Wayzata YC
13 - ILYA Board of Directors Meeting - Minneapolis
 
April
23-24 No Frills C - Missouri YC
30 - 5/1 Springfield C
 
May
7-8 Icebreaker C - Cedar IN
Mother's Day C - Spring Lake, MI
14-15 Cedar Spring C/MC - Cedar, WI
21-22 LaBelle Tuneup
21-22 Geneva Spring E 
 
June
4-5 MIR C Delavan
10-12 C Nationals - Monona
16-17 Zenda U - Oconomowoc
18-19 WI MC Champs - Oconomowoc
21-22 TRAP X - PIne
27 LBSS Opti - Lake Beulah

 July
5-6 Quad X - Nagawicka
11-12 GLSS X
13 - GLSS Opti
15 - TRAC Opti - Cedar
18-19 Xtreme X - Oshkosh
14-17 MC Invite - Harriet
21-24 C Invite - TBD
23-24 WYA X - Beulah
27-30 ILYA X Champs - Okoboji
31- 8/2 Opti Champs - Clear
 
August
4 Pram Power - North Lake
5-7 WYA C Pewaukee 
10-13 WMYA - Spring Lake, M
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12-13 X Blue Chip - Cedar, WI
17-21 ILYA Champs - Geneva

September
10-11 Maxinkuckee Fall
     Big Waters C- South Shore
     George Dorn MC - Beulah
17-18 C Blue Chip - Okauchee
22-25 E Blue Chip - Pewaukee
24-25 Lotawana C
           Beulah C Challenge

October
1-2 Polar Bear - Davenport, IA
8-9 C Worlds - Delavan

 


 
  
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Olympic Qualifier - Sailing World Cup Miami  
Bowers Sits as Second American
After three challenging days of varying conditions, the fleets are halfway to completion of the first of two Olympic qualifying conditions for most fleets. The women's 470 fleet will not count this event but instead begins its qualifying in Argentina in February. 

Erik Bowers of Minnetonka has taken the regatta by storm sitting as first American after a light shifty first day. Hmmmm? Sound like our sailing here? After 6 races, Bowers sits in 22nd behind Charlie Buckingham (first American) in 11th place with a 20-point lead. Also competing is college sophomore Malcolm Lamphere further down the list. Full scores herewith four more races before Saturday's finale.

In the Nacra class, Stephanie Hudson of Beulah sits in the 3rd American slot in 24th. Bora Gulari (E Blue Chip Champ) is in third overall and first American. 

Annie Haeger has skipped this event to train in Argentina, site of her first qualifier.  
 
ZHIK SALE Friday and Saturday  
Stelluca Sale
This Weekend! One time
ZHIK Warehouse Sale
Friday, January 29th 12-7pm
Saturday, January 30th, 9am-5pm
528 E Industrial Dr 
Hartland, WI 53029

Before we send our leftover Chicago Boat Show stock back to Zhik , we got a one time approval to discount!  We have Zhik product lines we don't normally stock and a wide range of sizes to choose from.  Come in and look through the boxes before it leaves. Zhik rarely goes on sale--get what you need for spring and summer sailing at a discount now!
 

  • 20% off all in-stock Zhik
    • Aroshell, Aroshell Coastal, Isotak2, neoprene ZKG and boat shoes, seaboots, deckbeaters, Zhik Grip II boots and hiking straps, polos, shorts, PFDs, hydrophobic fleece and more!
  • Clearance Rack
    • Heavily discounted (up to 75% off) spray tops, rash guards, Gill OS2 jackets, baselayers, fleeces, Kaenon sunglasses and more.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Support Sally!! And Steph!!! Watch the video with your daughters. Are you with me?  
Women on the Move
Sally Barkow received a wild card to participate in the World Match Racing Tour. First time in the 22 years of the existing event that a entirely female team will race against the world's best match racers. The first competition will take place in Fremantle (Australia) from 2nd till 7th March. 20,000Euros will cover the costs of this first event! Help us to go there!---From the Magenta Project

And the ILYA's Steph Roble is with Sally. Both women are Rolex Yachtswomen of the Year; Sally, twice. 

Watch the video here. 

Click here for the Magenta Project fundraising arm or click here for the ILYA Foundation and earmark your money for Sally Barkow. 

 
US Sailing Judges Course  
East and West Courses
Feb 13 - Pewaukee - and March 12 - Wayzata

Become a US Sailing Certified Judge!  OR  just help out!
Judges are responsible for conducting protest and redress hearings when competitors believe there has been a breach of the rules. Judges also conduct arbitration hearings, enforce Rule 42 (Propulsion) on the water at fleet racing events and consult with organizers and race officers ahead of events to review race documents and procedures.
Judges improve the quality, consistency, and fairness of racing through proper administration of the Racing Rules of Sailing.

What is the Club Judge Seminar?
The US Sailing Club Judge Seminar is a one-day educational course intended to provide sailors and racers an opportunity to obtain practical knowledge and skills required to serve on a Protest Committee at their local sailing club or local regatta venue.
The Club Judge Seminar is NOT intended to serve as a rules seminar or symposium.

Rather, a person would attend the seminar with a goal to:
(1)become a new judge for their local club and able to serve on a protest committee;
(2)for existing members of a protest (or race) committee, sharpen their judging and procedural skills; and
(3)lay the groundwork to (potentially) pursue their US Sailing judging certification.
 
Learn more at: 

February 13 at the Harken Factory 
March 12 at the Wayzata Yacht Club
 
Add to your calendars  
MC Dates
The Oconomowoc Lake Club (OLC) is pleased to announce two great MC sailing events in 2016!!!
 
Please save the sailing dates in 2016 and pass this information onto your fleets...
 
1.  Zenda University - MC:  Thursday, June 16th & Friday, June 17th
 
2.  Wisconsin State MC Championships:  Saturday, June 18th & Sunday, June 19th.
 
We Have Changed!!  
New Contact Info
The transition from Jim Smith, our beloved Executive Secretary for 37 years, is complete. Jim begins an extended vacation Sunday, January 30th. He is still available on his personal phone for those of you worried he will become too leisurely fishing, swimming and babysitting. 

Mail is now received:

PO Box 662
East Troy, WI 53120-0662

Dave Berg     847-675-6434    dberg@ilya.org

Rest assured, the ILYA is on a new, but stable, course. Jim is only a fishing boat away. 
ILYA Office  
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ILYA
PO Box 662
East Troy, WI 53120-0662
 
Phone: 847--675-6434
 
Editor: Candace Porter
Executive Director: Dave Berg
Inland Lake Yachting Association