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      Abbreviated rules   07/28/2017

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  1. DC Designs

    So the only way Chris doesn't win the worlds is if someone else sails one of his boats. Those are some pretty amazing designs.
  2. DC Designs

    Here are some pics of String Theory sailing at the Richmond Yacht Club last weekend. I know that TalonF4U posted a good review of the racing on another SA topic, but let me repeat one bit. On the first leg of the first race, the ICs, DCs and I14s all went off together in perhaps 10-12 knots of wind. Chris, on String Theory, worked his way out to the front of the pack until about halfway up the first leg when he blew a tack and went for a swim. Del sailed by on Donkey and put about 200 yards between him and Chris. Chris righted the boat, then beat Del (by a few yards) and all the 14s to the windward mark. The entire leg probably took 15 minutes -- this wasn't a super long course. String Theory is just scary fast upwind. Doug