Helly Hansen Annapolis NOOD: Shots from Sunday

Day three of the Helly Hansen Annapolis NOOD Regatta brought more breeze and more rain to the course for final day of racing.

Helly hansen Annapolis NOOD
In the J/80 fleet, John White sailed to an impressive 16 point lead over the course of the weekend, earning 3 first place finishes in 5 races.Paul Todd/Outside Images
Helly hansen Annapolis NOOD
The final day of racing at the 2016 Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in Annapolis brought more rain and more breeze with several races sailed on every circle.Paul Todd/Outside Images
Helly hansen Annapolis NOOD
C&C 30 Checkmate rounds the mark. The boat is one of several new C&C teams to join racing on the class circuit including City Girl.Paul Todd/Outside Images
Helly hansen Annapolis NOOD
The Helly Hansen Junior Crew continued to work on boat handling and communication during Sunday's racing, earning two mid-fleet finishes, and climbing up in position.Paul Todd/Outside Images
Helly hansen Annapolis NOOD
The J/111s returned to Annapolis this year where Velocity skipper Martin Roesch was able to string together a series of four first place finishes on Saturday and Sunday to take the class win.Paul Todd/Outside Images
Helly hansen Annapolis NOOD
The C&C 30 fleet proved to be some of the tightest racing of the entire regatta. The core group of class sailors have push each other to better the skills of the entire fleet and create a competitive racing environment.Paul Todd/Outside Images
Helly hansen Annapolis NOOD
Jim Konigsberg's inigo took home the win in the J/105 class, stringing together several second place races for 16 points over 5 races.Paul Todd/Outside Images
Helly hansen Annapolis NOOD
A long weekend of close racing in the J/70 fleet culminated in a tie between Geoff Becker's Papa Wheelie and Maurício Santa Cruz's Bruschetta.Paul Todd/Outside Images
Helly hansen Annapolis NOOD
Terry Flynn topped the 25 deep J/22 fleet with two first place finishes and a comfortable 7 point lead.Paul Todd/Outside Images
Helly hansen Annapolis NOOD
Even though we’ve never sailed them before, they’re similar to what we’ve sailed. It’s fun, even though it’s been difficult getting used to the boat. Overall, it has been a great experience. Besides learning how to completely sail a new boat, we learned a lot about communication this weekend. We’re all from separate teams, even though we get coached by Jane, so we’re not used to sailing together. Having to communicate every last thing has been challenging but also really helpful. –Ben Podlich, Helly Hansen Junior CrewPaul Todd/Outside Images