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Sailor of the Month

 

Our buds at Seahorse demand your participation in their Sailor of the Month contest. Anarchists always come up with the best candidates, So give it some thought and jump in and give us your vote. Thanks y'all!

 

05/07/08

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Gav Brady for his 4th Con Cup win.

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Vittorio Malingri: on his solo Atlantic crossing in a 20' catamaran he failed to beat the record (set double-handed by P.Y. Moreau & B. Lequin) because had some problem with solar panels and, consequently, couldn't use autopilot and sat phone (that means no routing) and last (but not least) the trades weakened.

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How 'bout Bill Hardesty for his win this month in the SD Lipton?

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One year U.S. subscription to Seahorse: $84. Good God.

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I was trying to think of someone other than some rich guy who wins a high profile race and instead suggest someone who is a sailor but done something on the more administrative, design or support side of things to promote sailing or provide a venue.

 

A race PRO, a rating committee member, measurer or someone similar. They all sail. It just seems to me that you should not have to be in the spotlight to be a major factor and deserving of some recognition.

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Kris Bundy & Fritz Lanzinger for their win going away in the 28 boat I14 Pacific Rim Championship, April 26 - 28

 

Three day regatta at Kaneohe Bay YC - the boys did excellent work on the breezy day.

 

three containers of boats from the mainland - boats from Hawaii, San Diego, Long Beach, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto, and Newport RI, plus two crews who chartered Hawaii boats from AUS.

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Espo???--oh yeah forget it ----he's a dick

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Kris Bundy & Fritz Lanzinger for their win going away in the 28 boat I14 Pacific Rim Championship, April 26 - 28

 

Three day regatta at Kaneohe Bay YC - the boys did excellent work on the breezy day.

 

three containers of boats from the mainland - boats from Hawaii, San Diego, Long Beach, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto, and Newport RI, plus two crews who chartered Hawaii boats from AUS.

Seconded on Fritz and Kris....excellent job guys!

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3rd for Fritz & Kris

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Espo???--oh yeah forget it ----he's a dick

 

How do you know he's a dick?

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How do you know he's a dick?

 

 

already discussed at length--see thread "Espo's a dick"

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How 'bout Bill Hardesty for his win this month in the SD Lipton?

 

 

Ya think so do ya? Bill has a string put together, but we shall see...

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Fedor Konyukhov for his Antarctic 16000 mile spin solo and can't discount Vittorio Malingri for solo 20' cat romp across the Atlantic. Both friutcakes......

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Espo???--oh yeah forget it ----he's a dick

 

 

Second. And I dont even live in John's shed. :lol:

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Kris Bundy & Fritz Lanzinger for their win going away in the 28 boat I14 Pacific Rim Championship, April 26 - 28

 

Three day regatta at Kaneohe Bay YC - the boys did excellent work on the breezy day.

 

three containers of boats from the mainland - boats from Hawaii, San Diego, Long Beach, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto, and Newport RI, plus two crews who chartered Hawaii boats from AUS.

 

4th

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Glen Ashbey, currently a triple world title holder,

-1st F18 worlds

-1st a-class worlds

-1st tornado worlds

-2 1st's in Australian nationals

and now 1st at Carnac Raceweek

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Ya think so do ya? Bill has a string put together, but we shall see...

 

Hope springs eternal?

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