Volume 11, Issue 40 July 4, 2016  
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July
7-9 I-20 and Melges 17 ILYA & National Championships
8-10 C Invite - Nagawicka - Note date change 
11-12 GLSS X
13 - GLSS Opti
13-14 Girls'/Women's Clinic - Cedar Lake, WI
15 - TRAC Opti - Cedar
18-19 Xtreme X - Oshkosh
 
14-17 E Invite - Mendota
22 - City of Lakes, Opti/420 - Calhoun
23-24 City of Lakes MC Team/M16/C/Laser - Calhoun
25  No Tears Opti - Cedar
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,MI
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
10-11 USODA Midwest Champs - Pewaukee
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

2017
TBD WI MC Champs - Nagawicka
July
20-23 MC Masters Nationals - Cedar, WI
Breaking News! Lamphere Named All-American  
College Sailing All Americans Named Yesterday
Yale Sophomore Malcolm Lamphere was named one of the nation's elite after winning Collegiate Singlehands, College Teamracing Nationals and finishing 3rd in College Co-ed nationals. In addition he helped his team win the Fowle Trophy which is the award to the top college team in the nation. He also won the New England Team Race Championship, Marchiando Trophy, won his division at the Hatch Brown, was runner-up at the New England Men's Singlehanded and was second in the Jan T Fris and Graham Hall Team races. Last year, he was honorable mention after winning Team Race Nationals, coed dinghy semifinals and finishing fourth at Men's Singlehanded Nationals. Lamphere is flanked by a strong contingent of teammates which makes his performance on the team as a freshman and sophomore more impressive. 

Wisconsin's A division woman, Laura Wefer, (not an Inland sailor) was also named to the All-American Women's honorees, as was her crew, Jennifer Burke. Familiar to us in All-American status was Alex Curtiss who sailed with the MOST team; Nevin Snow - sailor of the year and son of ILYA Champ Mary Allen Brigden Snow; Patrick Snow in Honorable Mention and Connor Corgard who sailed in 420s in HS sailing with us in Honorable Mention position.  
 
Quad - Three Races on Day 2  
Rolfs Wins Quad   (Photo by Melissa Myers)
Consistency pays. Without winning a race, Alby Rolfs with brother Trainer took the regatta win. The second day proved to be challenging. With nice mile velocity it was 
1st X-51 The Butt Alby Rolfs Trainer Rolfs 7.0 2.0 2.0 11.0
2nd B-6 Bar-B- Que Brigit Barr Caroline LeRoy 3.0 10.0 4.0 17.0
3rd A-15 Three Hour two-er Meredith Kent Addison Vaupel 8.0 3.0 8.0 19.0
4th B-11 Boaty McBoatface Jonah Boykin Callie Smith 6.0 11.0 3.0 20.0
5th A-17 Shezawiz Ali Vollmar Kelsey Vollmar 21.0 1.0 1.0 23.0
6th J-60 Hulk Splash Abe Weston Levi Morris 5.0 14.0 5.0 24.0
7th J-11 Dominus Venti Tommy Rorrer Molli Peterson 2.0 7.0 17.0 26.0
8th B-3 KoMonster Ryan Komas Brian Zettlemoyer 11.0 6.0 16.0 33.0
9th X-8 Ollies Follies Luca Marban Kit Harned 1.0 17.0 19.0 37.0
10th A-136 Not Too Shabby Abby Eckert Sarah Sprinkman 14.0 9.0 15.0 38.0
11th J-13 Superstition Emily Scherer Ally Hanson 19.0 4.0 18.0 41.0
12th J-20 This Side Up Reed Weston Eddie Hansen 9.0 5.0 27.0 41.0
13th X-2 Z-Ya Later Hanson Zaiser Jacob Fink 13.0 18.0 10.0 41.0
14th B-12   Gabe Dibiase Luke Clayton  30.0 8.0 9.0 47.0
15th A-14 Hamburger Lindsey Vollmar Justin Heimsch 10.0 25.0 12.0 47.0
16th X-4   Ellie Harned Stella Marban 12.0 16.0 20.0 48.0
17th A-5   Brittany Shabino Sam Eckert 26.0 13.0 11.0 50.0
18th B-99 Boat Augie Jarecki Billy Webber 16.0 32.0 7.0 55.0
19th B-7 Little Schmidt Annie Cate Schmidt Anneliese LeRoy 15.0 12.0 31.0 58.0
20th X-55 Boaty McBoat face Joe Gehl TJ Neumann 17.0 19.0 22.0 58.0
21st J-2 Fearless Jack Scherer Mateo Lira 20.0 34.0 6.0 60.0
22nd A-13 Triskaidekphobia Charlie Eckert Hunter Ott 4.0 28.0 30.0 62.0
23rd X-22   Jacob Zaiser Anika Zaiser 18.0 23.0 25.0 66.0
24th A-25 Loose Cannon Austin Jaessing Marie King 22.0 22.0 23.0 67.0
25th X-19 Puff Daddy Peter VonHagke Alec Harned 24.0 15.0 29.0 68.0
26th A-4 iBoat Phillip Thoma Lauren Nast 35.0 24.0 13.0 72.0
27th X-25 Sweet Caroline Caroline Myers Eily Brumder 23.0 35.0 14.0 72.0
28th A-9 King Cruiser Carly King Matthew King 27.0 21.0 24.0 72.0
29th A-86 R8E Owen Bailey-Waltz Luke Bailey-Waltz 25.0 38.0 21.0 84.0
30th N-321 ForBreeze Marissa Tegeder Maddie Crucius 36.0 20.0 34.0 90.0
31st X-88 Cap'n Poodle Simon Rolfs Braden Anderson 31.0 27.0 35.0 93.0
32nd A-32 Minercraft Noah Hafner Nicholas Hafner 41.0 29.0 26.0 96.0
33rd X-26 Y Knot Anna Marshall Ellie Hostetler 28.0 30.0 38.0 96.0
                 
34th H-713 Stinger Oscar Anderson Raia Ottenheimer 38.0 31.0 28.0 97.0
35th B-14 Aar-on-sail Aaron Peter LeRoy Sydney Urben 29.0 37.0 32.0 98.0
36th H-838 Demon Cobra William Hanson Micah Hanson 32.0 36.0 37.0 105.0
37th A-11 Minnow Michael Rolfs Jack Gross Kreutz 33.0 33.0 39.0 105.0
38th A-12 Spitzfire Gabrielle Spitz Ingrid Nast 40.0 26.0 40.0 106.0
39th J-1 Summer Snowboard Bailey Lira Issy Kelly 34.0 39.0 36.0 109.0
40th A-42 Frayeol Knot Nathan Vaupel Sarah Sprinkman 39.0 40.0 33.0 112.0
41st B-5 Sassy Sailor Izzy Rietz Maggie Probst 37.0 42.0 42.0 121.0
42nd A-3 Captain kirk Sophia kirk Ava Kirk 42.0 41.0 41.0 124.0
 
Wish Annie and Briana Well!  

 
3rd Annual Sail Strong Sail Pink Clinic  
Cedar Lake, WI 
Participants and banquet reservations have begun. This clinic is for ALL ladies in the Inland. 
 
Opti, X and 420's will be learning the latest go fast techniques before heading to the WYA and Inland. 
MC and C's will have a local pro on board each boat. 
Race Committee will learn the in's and out's of setting courses.
Instructors have the opportunity to learn from the best!  We teach like we were taught. 
 
The evening banquet will be a DO NOT MISS event with our clinicians, Sally Barkow, Maggie Shea and Janel Zarkowsky speaking about their lives as female skipper, crew and college coach. The buzz is that Cindy Rusher has some Olympic rowing friends coming to join us too!
 
For more info and to register click on this link.
 Editor's note: I have had the pleasure of attending this event for the past two years. It is a confidence and skillbuilding experience. Women simply stand taller after a day of success on the water. This goes for wives who want to learn more, skippers who are already successful in their own right, young girls who have gone on later in the season to be top performers in both the X and Opti. The instructors are inspiring, motivating and captivating speakers and clinicians. Ten volunteer women coach and assist the adults. It's women teaching and leading women. Annie Haeger will Skype in during the session. Ask the past participants if they recall Sally and Annie skyping the last two years. All will report an astounding YES! And if you have not met the humble but accomplished Cindy Rusher, get in line. I, for one, can't wait to meet her Olympic teammates and hear how women in sports succeed. This is a MUST for your daughter and yourself.  
Volunteers Wanted  
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So many of you graciously traveled to Geneva to assist with the Championship event. Lake Geneva has committed to three years which really helps with planning for the ILYA. It is quite a task. We estimate 450 slots were filled last year. Many folks volunteered on multiple days. Click below to find a day and time to help us run the event. 

 
Additionally, if you have Facebook skills and will be watching mark roundings, will you consider the position of roundings/fleet reporter?  Richard Beers and Dave Berg hope to make this an improved social media event for our friends at home. (Don't be that friend at home, come and sail with us!) We know from past experience many of you watch us each day with each race. Our Facebook readership gets up into the thousands on our Championship regatta days. Help us keep abreast of this. Contact Richard Beers to volunteer your services. You are watching anyway; help us keep everyone socially happy.  We need an onshore poster for both sets of races during the event. National Honor Society service hours needed? You might be our person. 
Correction - brother shares in trophy load  
Sullivans all the way
 All the 420 Championship trophies were taken home by the same family but Toby and Josh had to share the Garber and Porter best performance day trophies. Congrats to the White Bear sailors. 
 

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