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Regatta Edition 
Volume 4, Issue 28

July 24, 2009 


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DAY TWO - ILYA X CHAMPS - FOUR HEAVY RACES
WATER 
THIS SAYS IT ALL ON RACE DAY #2
BIG WIND, WHITE CAPS, ROLLING WATER
                                 REPORT BY NANCY DREISSEN 
X Inland participants woke up to a gorgeous morning at Gull Lake with the forecast of light to moderate winds for the day.  But as the first race started, the winds began building and were approximately 15-20 mph from the northwest throughout the morning.  During the second race of the morning, wind gusts surprised the X boaters, especially in the senior fleet, which was sailing in the windier northern section of the lake.  Several senior fleet boats tipped as they tried to complete a W2 ½ .  Safety boats, coaches and spectators were on the spot to lend a hand.   The junior fleet's course, also a W2 ½, was shorter and less gusty.   
 
The winds kept gradually dropping for the two afternoon races. Both fleets completed one W2 ½ and one W2.
 
 kateklement
B111 - KATE KLEMENT/TERESA WESTIN WIN THREE SR.RACES!!! 
        
Standings after five races
Senior Fleet:
 
1st V- 62 Vida del Mar Clemence, Nicholas Maggie Clemence 3 9 6 3 3         24
2nd B-111 Klementine VII Klement, Kate Teresa Westin 15 1 10 1 1 28
3rd I-101 Big Daddy Ripkey, Matt Hannah Ripkey 7 3 7 7 19 43
4th M- 67 Starfish Ferguson, Addy Hayley Jewett 2 10 9 4 20 45
5th W- 66 Blues Mobile Cox, Eddie Cole Lee 9 4 1 2 31 47
6th I- 53 Warrior Rolander, Joe RJ Porter 22 15 3 5 2 47
7th NO-111 North Blake Kenney, Blake Travis Theisen 16 8 4 13 8 49
8th I- 49 Full Throttle Porter, Davis Henry Rolander 23 2 2 25 4 56
9th GL- 6 Xtreme Driessen, Alex Hunter Johnson 4 7 28 11 12 62
10th I- 90 BackDraft Morris, Charlie Leslie Poole 17 13 14 12 6 62 

 
Junior Fleet:
 
1st I- 16 Menace Rolander, Griffin Mac Six 1 4 3 1 3 12
2nd B- 66 Barr-B-Que Barr, Michael Gregory Westin 6 3 5 3 2 19
3rd B- 6 Barr-acade Barr, Cullen John Barr 3 5 8 8 5 29
4th M- 99 Shiny Object Ekholm, Anders Caitlin McGoldrick 8 1 7 2 12           30
5th B- 21 Blackjack Kiernan, George Patrick Schmidt 4 8 1 14 7 34
6th M- 22 Triton Robillard, Griffin Corbin Burdick 9 10 14 6 6 45
7th B- 16 Rasta Rocket Kutschenreuter, Charlie Alex Keck 2 6 9 18 13         48
8th V- 32 Jo-Momma Feichtmeier, Joey Kali Boemer 14 9 2 13 10 48
9th V- 51 Blackbeard Dale, Augie David Winquist 12 2 11 4 20 49
10th B- 1 Hamma Time Kiernan, Mary Claire Sarah Kubicek 26 12 6 5 1 50  
 
 09ROLANSER
GENEVA'S GRIFFIN ROLANDER/RJ DAVIS TAKE ANOTHER RACE WIN AND LEAD OVERALL IN JUNIOR FLEET
 

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 EDDIE COX/COLE LEE WIN A SR. RACE TODAY GOING AWAY! 
 
 09clemce
 OVERALL SENIOR FIRST PLACE IN STANDINGS
NICHOLAS AND MADELINE CLEMENCE
Editor's notes
 It took 56 pounds of anchor to hold the signal boat.
A brother and sister took separate races in the junior fleet - congratulations to the Kiernans
Which grandfather has the most grandchildren in attendance? It might be a tight battle with Davenport (Beulah), Dreissen (Gull) and Smith (Okauchee), Barr (Beulah)
How many race committee to run the event - over 20
How many proud parents --- ALL!
 
  
 
Full results here.
 


Optimist Nationals
 usodaCabrillo Beach, CA 
Results are a day behind but we have news Malcolm Lamphere is in second this morning.
 
"Whitecaps? Wonderful. A wet little boat? No problem. Axel Sly just kept bailing with a bucket---standard equipment on Optimist dinghies---as he sailed into first place in the US Optimist National Championships Friday with two comfortable first places and a second in three races.

Sly, 15, from Weston, Fla., started Day 2 of the four-day schedule a point behind defending champion Christopher Williford and now leads the regatta hosted by the Cabrillo Beach Yacht Club with 9 points to 12 for Malcolm Lamphere, 13, of Lake Forest, Ill. Williford, 14, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., is third with 17."
 
There are 171 entries in the separate Purple and Yellow fleets, which have separate starts but are scored together. They'll continue that format Saturday, and then on Sunday the top 80 boats will sail for the championship in the Gold-Silver fleet while non-qualifiers compete in the Bronze-Pearl group. The 40th-place boat in the top fleet will win the Silver title.
 
malcolmnationalsMalcolm Lamphere
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