It was another great day for racing on the river. The turnout was the biggest for a Sunday Series race this year, 26 boats. The wind was from the southwest, shifty and 5-15 mph. The current was favorable all day which lead to many general recalls. The one minute rule had to be utilized on all of the starts. Jason Ipe and Nich Allen set up a triangle and ran most of the courses that you could run with the marks (olympic, windward-leeward once around and twice around). If you were in the top ten today you were doing well. The only “new” face this week was Cary Comer, finishing a respectable 8th.
The day was owned by James Jacob with a third being his highest score. I was the runner up and Len Guenther finished third on the day. There was twelve different people who finished in the top five. It was a really tough day to be consistent.
We sail again next Sunday before the Superbowl. Tim Zimmerman and Eric Petersen will be providing the RC. See you then.
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26 boats is awesome. Sounds like you guys are having a blast up there. I enjoy reading your reports and following the results. keep up the great work