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Race one started, all clear except bow 22, Bob Dylan caught the pin and broke their main halyard. Course is 5 legs, 1.7 NM, 315 degrees.

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Race one started, all clear except bow 22, Bob Dylan caught the pin and broke their main halyard. Course is 5 legs, 1.7 NM, 315 degrees.

 

Wow, long legs for small boats. How do you hit the pin and break a main halyard?

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Race one started, all clear except bow 22, Bob Dylan caught the pin and broke their main halyard. Course is 5 legs, 1.7 NM, 315 degrees.

 

Wow, long legs for small boats. How do you hit the pin and break a main halyard?

Maybe the boat was upside down.

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Do you have entry list with bow numbers link?

It is kind of hard to follow without any idea of who these bow numbers are. A link, or a list, or a better regatta website might help.

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Fleet2 is sponsoring along with Lakewook YC.

 

http://j80galvestonbay.com/home.html

 

No listing there.

 

 

 

Regatta Network has entry list, but no bow #'s:

 

 

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Registrants For

J/80 North American Championship : Lakewood Yacht Club

October 21-25, 2009

J/80

Skipper Sail# Boat Name Fleet Division Make/Model Rating

1.Robert Callahan 287 Whiskey Tango J/80 / / 0

2.glenn/reese Darden/Hillard 1152 Le Tigre J/80 / / 0

3.Uzi Ozeri / David Hinrichsen 122 Infinity J/80 / / 0

4.Forbes Durdin 678 Mojito J/80 / / 0

5.Terry/ David Flynn/ Whalen 655 [/size]J/80 / / 0

6.Terri Gale 0537 Cluster J/80 / / 0

7.Mark Gorman 285 Crush J/80 / / 0

8.Steven Hammerman USA 77 Hammertime J/80 / / 0

9.Jeff/Greg/Bob Johnstone/Buck/Leonard 1173 Lickety Split J/80 / / 0

10.Gary Kamins 814 Fired Up J/80 / / 0

11.Kerry Klingler 1001 Lifted J/80 / / 0

12.Michael Lattimore 528 YoKo J/80 / / 0

13.Dave Leavenworth 586 Harmattan J/80 / / 0

14.Jay Lutz usa 803 Painkiller Jane J/80 / / 0

15.Robert McMahan 703 Kaos J/80 / / 0

16.Paul Parsons 590 Parsons Project J/80 / / 0

17.Bruno Pasquinelli 554 Tiamo J/80 / / 0

18.Al Poindexter 336 Andale J/80 / / 0

19.William Rose USA 44 KICKS J/80 / / 0

20.Benjamin Schwartz 738 Lucky Frog J/80 / / 0

21.Donald Sorenson 54 Karma J/80 / / 0

22.John Storck Jr 19 Rumor J/80 / / 0

23.Michael Sudofsky 176 Bob Dylan J/80 / / 0

24.Frank Taylor 828 Ditto J/80 / / 0

25.Ramon Torres 252 80 Proof J/80 / / 0

26.Kurt VanderWall 368 Hendrix J/80 / / 0

27.Claude Welles 490 Yankee Girl J/80 / / 0

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A listing of bow numbers would be nice. Maybe someone at the party could ask who belongs to what bow number and post them and then those results might mean something to us.

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Have sent pm to marc to provide bow # list.

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Just talked to someone at the party...Klinger is leading with a 1,4,1 (so he is bow 01) and Terry is tied for second 6 points back. Not sure who he is tied with...the party is open bar which explains the lack of info on the web....wish I was there...

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I am planning on going out to watch tomorrow and I sure hope the forecast is wrong - when the fronts blow through the end can be oh so painful.

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Just talked to someone at the party...Klinger is leading with a 1,4,1 (so he is bow 01) and Terry is tied for second 6 points back. Not sure who he is tied with...the party is open bar which explains the lack of info on the web....wish I was there...

 

Terry is tied with Darden. I talked to R. Miller on Kerry's boat. Apparently they had a delaminating tiller issue that they were working on tonight. So, no partying for them.I miss sailing with Kerry and Bob, those were good times.

 

Apparently it was very shifty. Miller said that they got the first race by maybe 1 foot. That is tight racing. Apparently they had a bit of a buffer in race 3. They had to do turns in race 2, so not bad still getting a 4th.

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yes there are folks interested in the results, but there is NOTHING posted. Guess this is NOT a big time boat or regatta. No wonder the worlds don't occur on this continent anymore.

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It's Saturday morning

 

 

J/80 North American Championship

Lakewood Yacht Club | October 21-25, 2009 [View in Media Format]

 

Results for this event have not been posted

 

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It's Saturday morning

 

 

J/80 North American Championship

Lakewood Yacht Club | October 21-25, 2009 [View in Media Format]

 

Results for this event have not been posted

 

Registration Problems or Questions? View our Knowledgebase or Contact Us

Powered by Regatta Network®

Online Sailing Event Registration and Management Services.

© 2009 Regatta Network, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Regatta Network is a registered Trademark of Regatta Network Inc.

That web site SUCKS!!!!

 

Maybe someone should tell them to get their shit together and post results as they become available. :angry::angry::angry:

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1st weather mark rounding, 1st race today, bow/sail: 01/1001, 09/1173, 21/19, 25/490, 10/285, 14/1152, 19/738, 07/537, 13/803

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2ndweather mark rounding: 10/285, 25/490, 01/1001, 05/1173, 14/590, 13/803, 04/1152, 03/655, 06/287, 02/122

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yes there are folks interested in the results, but there is NOTHING posted. Guess this is NOT a big time boat or regatta. No wonder the worlds don't occur on this continent anymore.

newport, ri 2010

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2 races for today are posted.

 

Kerry and team are in second. They get 1 toss if 6 races are sailed.

 

Terry and Dave are winning right now.

 

Lutz in 3rd.

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Couple of major shifts today especially in that first race and big changes in the fleet. Glad I was wrong about the weather the sea breeze filled in enough to make for a great day on the water. Terry was over early in the first race today and was well behind by the time he restarted. I bet my friends that he would finish in the top ten. He did. In the 2nd race there was a real cluster at the boat end and somehow Terry got through it to lead wire to wire. John Storck got sandwiched in the cluster and was way behind and still had a decent race. The good guys always find a way to fight back.

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