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Volume 8, Issue 45

 July 27, 2013

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Regattas / Calendar

July

24-27 ILYA X Champs - Oshkosh

26-28 Hyannisport 420 regatta, Cape Cod

28-30 ILYA Opti Champs-Beulah

29-31 CJ Buckley 420 team regatta - Cape Cod

August

1-4WMYA Champs-White Lake, MI

2-4 WYA C--LaBelle, WI

2-4 Buzzards Bay 420-Providence,RI

2-4 I-20 ILYA Champs,-Green Lake

7-11 Chicago Tall Ships and Chicago Match Cup

8 Pram Power - North Lake

8-10 ILYA C champs; Regis 8/7

11-13 ILYA A champs; Regis. 8/10
15-17 ILYA E/MC champs; Regis. 8/14  Housing options 
13-17 US Sailing Youth Champs - Corpus Christi
22-24 M17 Nats - Lake Geneva

 

September

6-8 E Nats - Lake Geneva

7-8 Max C Fall=-Maxinkuckee, IN 
7-8 MC Team Nat's-Clear Lake, IA
13-15 I-20 Nat'ls -Fond du Lac
14-15 Blue Chip--Okauchee, WI

      Fenton C Fall Lake Fenton, MI

21-22 C Challenge-Lake Beulah,WI
21-22 MC Blue Chip-Spring Lake, MI
28-29 Lotawana C-Missouri YC, MO
     Polar Bear--Lake Davenport, IA
 
October
5-6 C Worlds--Delavan, WI
  

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 ILYA X Champs - Two More to Go

Last day with the hope of a repeat of the wind from the previous two. Winds were a bit diminished from Thursday's 12-14. It was still a steady 10 as the winners have learned to negotiate the wave action on Winnebago. To sum it up in one word - SMASHING!  This is Oshkosh at its best. Sailors are tired but the lake has provided great, fair competition. Two tipovers the entire regatta and both righted and sailed on. X boats love this lake.

Since the final edition from Oshkosh will be about the awards, it is time to thank Oshkosh for a well-run event. Spectator boats are plentiful and the course distance from start to finish of the two fleets is estimated at near 3 miles - thank you for the multitude of big boats that negotiate this lake with ease. The hospitality of the Oshkosh members has made this trip thoroughly enjoyable. Millers Bay at Menominee Park has provided the perfect venue for fun on land, ease of launch and efficient administration of lunch for 400 each day. The WATERS - you can never say enough about the site. The view is breathtaking, the land expansive enough to handle the fleet and socializing parents who appear so relaxed, service impeccable. The staff greets us with welcoming smiles and efficiency. This entire event has been A-1. ---- Now give us one more day!

The fleets have completed six races. Two yesterday back to back and as we came in for lunch, (And volleyball!!! ) dark clouds began to enveople the area. Storms passed north but the cloud pattern blew overtop menacingly. Light rain, a smidgen of lightning and thunder but the RC decided to release us at 3:00 for the night's festivities of Minute to Win It and an Italian buffet. Volleyball was completed with Lake Beulah the winner.

The fleet meeting was well attended. Martin Barr is resigning as chair and Carl Spencer will assume the chairmanship. While the fleet reviewed RC recommendations and the sail/boat scantlings with no changes, the bulk of the meeting was around the health of the fleet. It seems cyclical but the strong fleets report great health. The quick demise of numbers in Minnesota is a concern but at least on Minnetonka it is viewed as an anomaly as loads of pre-Opti children are coming from behind. There was discussion about reaching out to Michigan with our youth boats and program which developed into discussion about reaching out for all our scows to our eastern neighbors. Martin Barr will present our words to the Fall Board meeting. Lastly the X committee will establish a forum to speak to coaches during the championship event to monitor or facilitate change if problems arise. Perhaps a morning debrief or a coaches meeting will be scheduled to discuss obvious weaknesses in points of sail or rules infractions as a pattern that are affecting the administration of the races.  

Junior Fleet

1st V221 Joey Biwer Matthew Biwer -9 4 2 1 1 2 19 10
2nd D88 Allison Marozza Paige Wilder -10 8 5 3 2 4 32 22
3rd I123 Parker Michel Sean Michel -13 1 7 6 3 8 38 25
4th V411 JP Friend Robbie Lindemann -12 2 10 4 11 1 40 28
5th I1 Harry Melges IV Hunter Sharpe -21 6 8 2 15 7 59 38
6th I16 Henry Rolander Will Davies 6 15 3 9 -16 6 55 39
7th B77 Patrick Schmidt Jonah Boykin 5 5 -22 10 8 12 62 40
8th B217 Caroline Skotarzak Kendall Birbaum 4 7 -21 16 6 10 64 43
9th OO24 Sean Harris Quinn Harris 2 11 -18 14 13 5 63 45
10th X51 Alby Rolfs Peter VonHagke 3 -19 11 15 7 9 64 45
11th J60 Jack Sitter Morgan Matusek -23 22 4 5 14 3 71 48
12th V31 Max Schieble Red Tornehl 16 -17 1 11 12 11 68 51
13th V66 Christian Spencer Sam Spencer 8 10 6 19 -25 13 81 56
14th A13 Nick Rusher  Charlie Eckert 1 12 -19 17 10 18 77 58
15th J11 Tommy Rorrer Abe Weston 7 3 16 13 -24 19 82 58

Full Junior results here

Race One - Nick Rusher and Charlie Eckert - no photo available

 Joey and Matthew Biwer - current leaders - won races 4 and 5.

 

Parker and Sean Michel - Race 2 winners

Max Schieble and Red Tornehl take race 3. 

 JP Friend and Robbie Lindemann win race #6.

 

Senior fleet

    
In the senior fleet, Double Trouble has double race wins. OO-22 (doubles all around) won races 1 and 4. Brady and Conner Carlson sit in third overall with the hope of a throwout of 24.
Oshkosh's own Korbin Kierstead with Jack Scherer won race two to the cacophony of horns, shouts, whistles and cheers. This was history for Oshkosh - or at least as long as anyone can remember. Congrats to the homelake who has been working for over a decade to build its X fleet.

Sitting in overall first place is Geneva's sole senior fleeter, Will Huerth and Chapman Petersen. They won race 3.

1st OO22 Brady Carlson Connor Carlson 1 -24 2 1 1 4 33 9
2nd I21 Will Huerth Chapman Petersen 4 4 1 -7 6 5 27 20
3rd B16 Charlie Kutschenreuter Annie Cate Schmidt -16 9 9 2 4 2 42 26
4th W66 Kate Cox Conner Lee 2 6 12 4 -22 3 49 27
5th J3 Korbin Kierstead Jack Scherer 11 1 10 8 2 -15 47 32
6th N8 Nathan Anderson Erin Schaubel -23 13 7 9 8 1 61 38
7th B3 Brooke Komas Ryan Komas -14 12 4 11 5 6 52 38
8th N525 Jack Behrend Toby Lux 9 10 6 5 -11 11 52 41
9th B20 Erik Zettlemoyer Alex Reitz 8 2 5 -22 19 10 66 44
10th V60 David Winquist Michael Wolak 10 -30 3 3 27 7 80 50
11th V89 Alec Bischoff Quinn Kaiser -26 3 17 14 20 9 89 63
12th B19 Scott Sullivan Emma Birbaum 6 5 -24 23 9 20 87 63
13th V86 Matt Malone Alec Malone 7 15 -27 19 17 8 93 66
14th A42 Patrick Crowley Abby Eckert 5 11 14 25 14 -30 99 69
15th GL9 Hunter Johnson Will Driessen 3 -32 18 30 7 13 103 71

 

And again - Current leaders Brady and Connor Carlson win race #5.

 Nathan Anderson and Erin Schaubel took race 6 start to finish.

Full senior results here

 

Both fleets take to the water with an 8:30 hour gun.

 
  
Outside the Inland

Laser North Americans

 Erik Bowers is currently 12th and 3rd American (total 73 boats) in the full rigs. Malcolm Lamphere is 4th and 3rd American (total 162 boats) in radials.

470 Worlds

Watch this week as Annie Haeger and Briana Provancha begin competition midweek.

Finn Europeans

Gordon Lamphere 35th, first American, total 103 boats.

  
  
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