i was witness to a most excellent wipeout that had something to do with those results, i wish i had my phone to snap a few pics but it was way too wet that day. pics or it didn't happen i guess, plus we took the go pro right off the back of the boat either while jibing at 17k or doing the takedown at 22k
great regatta MBYC well done Sue!!
The wipeout on the first downwind leg had nothing to do with the final finish position, dumass.
We passed everyone back up wind and put plenty of time on both boats to come out back on top.
Not knowing the course was the big fuck up that screwed us over.
And the hack that was driving Smoking J for the owner who could not sail that day due to family plans thought it was ok to luff a boat without hailing them in 30 knots of breeze. Putting a lot of his crew and ours in harms way. We and I handle it like Pro's and kept everyone safe.
We should have pulled a flag and had his ass chucked out.
But trying not to hurt the boats and crew became more important than pulling a flag.
The hack that drove Smoking J that day will have his day handed back to him.
Might not be on the race course but his day will come, promise.
I understand being aggressive but on the last day of sailing and 30 knots of breeze it's bullshit to luff another boat the way he did.
This guy should slither his way back into the shit hole he came from and stay there.
I think others will agree.
Plus if you came to the club you could have gotten the real story.