Monday Morning Report for Week of 13 June

Racing results and press releases from last week

Donnybrook Finish

John Bildhal

Storm Trysail Club Schedules 2005 IRC East Coast Championship ANNAPOLIS, MD–The Storm Trysail Club-Chesapeake Station has scheduled its 2005 IRC East Coast Championship for Nov. 4 to 6. This event, known since 2001 as the IMS Mid-Atlantic Championship, has been renamed to reflect the growing interest in IRC racing. The 2005 event will again be sponsored by Annapolis Yacht Sales, with social events to be held at the Annapolis Yacht Club. One notable difference in the 2005 event is the expansion of the event from two to three days and the intention of including a distance race on Friday, Nov. 4. It is anticipated that the Notice of Race, including any lower limits on IRC ratings, will be released by July 1. For more information, go to ICSA Spring Championships ICSA/Layline Team Racing Championships AUSTIN, TEXAS– Hobart/William Smith College docked today with huge smiles and screaming teammates greeting them after winning the ICSA/Layline Team Race Championship on June 7. Teams were narrowed down from 8 to 4 after finishing the the morning’s second Gold Fleet round, with Yale, USC, Harvard, and Hobart/William Smith pulling through at the top. Final Standings: Wins Losses 1. Hobart/ WmSmith 13 4 2. Yale 10 7 3. USC 10 7 4. Harvard 10 7 5. Georgetown 6 8 Harvard Wins 2005 ICSA North American Women’s Dinghy Championship AUSTIN, TEXAS–As a result of the early arrival of the predicted afternoon storms that disrupted the days racing schedule, sailors in both A and B divisions completed only 14 of the planned 18 races to determine who would take home the championship crown. Harvard University and the College of Charleston had been tied for the overall regatta lead for the first two days of racing and ultimately it was consistent sailing that kept The Crimson in position to win the championship for the fifth time in the school’s history. Harvard’s graduating senior Genny Tulloch (Houston, Texas) racing in A Division with sophomore Emily Simon (Oak Brook, Ill.), and junior Sloan Devlin (Mystic, Conn.) with sophomore Christina Dahlman (Chevy Chase, Md.) in B Division, each placed second in their respective divisions with 80 points. The team’s final score (determined by the combined results of its sailors in A and B divisions) was 160 to College of Charleston’s 182. Hobart/William Smith Colleges Wins ICSA/Gill North American Coed Dinghy ChampionshipAUTIN, TEXAS–The sailors from Hobart/William Smith Colleges (HWS)-who are used to sailing in 20-30 degree temperatures-made the best of this week’s sunshine and 90-plus degree temps while parlaying their lake-sailing experience into their second straight Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) championship title in less than a week. On, June 7, the Hobart/William Smith Colleges team lay claim to the ICSA/Layline Team Race Championship- their first-ever win of that title. On the final day of the championship series, only eight races (four apiece in both A- and B-Divisions) stood between HWS and the title. Sailing for The Colleges in A-Division were skipper and graduating senior John Storck (Huntington, N.Y.) with sophomore crew Amanda Markee (Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.) and junior Zach Goldman (Huntington, N.Y.). Sophomore skipper Trevor Moore (Pomfret, Vt.) with junior crew Augusta Nadler (Marion, Mass.) sailed in B-Division. A division = 18 RacesB division = 18 Races A B TOT 1. Hobart/ WmSmith 114 83 197 2. Hawaii 82 153 235 3. Dartmouth 101 146 247 4. Georgetown 106 142 248 5. USC 102 157 259 Complete results and photos can be found at: 2005 ICSA ALL-AMERICANS Sponsored by Ronstan COED ALL-AMERICANS Mikee Anderson, USC ’06 Zachary Brown, Yale ’08 Andrew Campbell, Georgetown ’06 Molly Carapiet, Yale ’06 Clay Johnson, Harvard ’07 Justin Law, St. Mary’s ’07 Stuart McNay, Yale ’05 Trevor Moore, Hobart/WmSmith ’07 Patrick Rynne, Brown ’05 Erik Storck, Dartmouth ’07 John Storck, Hobart/WmSmith ’05 Anna Tunnicliffe, Old Dominion ’05 COED HONORABLE MENTION Scott DeCurtis, Hawaii ’07 Charles Enright, Brown ’07 Ben Gent, Boston Coll ’05 Bryan Lake, Hawaii ’06 Lee Sackett, Hobart/WmSmith ’05 JM Modisette, MIT ’05 Kevin Reali, South Florida ’06 David Siegal, Tufts ’06 Scott Stanton, Texas A&M Galv ’07 Harrison Turner, USC ’05 Frank Tybor, UC/Irvine ’07 Andrew Watters, St. Mary’s ’07 WOMEN ALL-AMERICANS Molly Carapiet, Yale ’06 Anne Davidson, Brown ’05 Sloan Devlin, Harvard ’06 Alana O’Reilly, Charleston ’06 Genny Tulloch, Harvard ’05 Anna Tunnicliffe, Old Dominion ’05 Sara Wilkinson, Charleston ’05 Caroline Young, Stanford ’07 WOMEN’S HONORABLE MENTION Anne Bowen, Charleston ’05 Emily East, Dartmouth ’06 Blaire Herron, Georgetown ’08 Emily Hill, Yale ’07 Katie Lovelace, Brown ’07 Lauren Padilla, Dartmouth ’05 Adrienne Patterson, St. Mary’s ’08 QUANTUM WOMAN SAILOR OF THE YEAR Anna Tunnicliffe, Old Dominion ’05 CREW ALL-AMERICANS Emily Bartlett, Old Dominion ’08 Dorothee Bergin, Georgetown ’05 Arlene Chung, Brown ’06 Christina Dahlman, Harvard ’07 Vanessa Decollibus, USC ’07 Paige Hannon, St. Mary’s ’05 Sarah Himmelfarb, Yale ’06 Jenn Hoyle, Yale ’05 Clementine James, Dartmouth ’05 Elisabeth Kreter, Dartmouth ’05 Meredith Killion, Yale ’05 Caroline LaMotte, Georgetown ’07 Susan Lintern, Charleston ’06 Joy MacDougall, Boston Coll ’05 Amanda Markee, Hobart/WmSmith ’07 Amanda Markee, Hobart/WmSmith ’07 Augusta Nadler, Hobart/WmSmith ’06 Melanie Roberts, USC ’07 Louise Sherman, Brown ’05 Emily Simon, Harvard ’07 Hilary Wiech, St. Mary’s ’07 COLLEGE SAILOR OF THE YEAR Everett B. Morris Trophy Mikee Anderson, USC ’06 SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR Robert H. Hobbs Trophy JM Modisette, MIT ’05 TEAM OF THE YEAR Leonard M. Fowle Trophy Harvard University Laser North American Championship The Seattle Yacht Club, in Seattle, Washington, will be hosting the Laser North American Championships June 16 to 20. The address of the Seattle Yacht Club is 1807 East Hamlin St, Seattle Washington 98112, USA. The SYC front desk phone number is 206-325-1000. The sponsors of the regatta are Helly Hanson, Talking Rain, Vanguard, Marine Servicenter. Women’s Sailing Conference A Sellout With picture-perfect weather and a capacity crowd, the fourth annual Women’s Sailing Conference sponsored by BoatU.S. filled the Corinthian Yacht Club in scenic Marblehead, Mass., with a lively day-long series of classes and workshops. The conference organized by the National Women’s Sailing Association (NWSA) gives women sailors, from novices to experts, an opportunity to network with other women while learning new skills or brushing up on old ones. Included among the team of expert women instructors was Ruth Wood, president of the BoatU.S. Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water and experienced racer who presented the “Welcome Aboard” sessions for women new to boating, along with conference co-chair Joan Thayer. The day’s workshops included numerous on-the-water clinics to give participants a chance to get their hands on everything from man-overboard drills to spinnaker sets, racing starts and anchoring a boat. The land-based sessions covered navigation, diesel engines, jury-rigging at sea, and first aid. First Yachts Complete 2005 Annapolis to Newport Race NEWPORT, RI–For the fourth time since 1993, Donnybrook, Jim Muldoon’s custom 72-footer from Annapolis, Md. has taken line honors as the first yacht to finish the Annapolis to Newport Race. At 17:39:26 on Sunday, June 12, Donnybrook crossed the finish line off Castle Hill Rock at the mouth of the Narragansett Bay in 12 knot breezes flying her trademark shamrock-logoed asymmetrical spinnaker. With an elapsed time of 53:24:08, Michael Brennan’s TP 52 Sjambok from Newport, RI finished second across the line less than 15 minutes behind. According to the IRC Rule under which both yachts were racing, Sjambok, with a rating of 1.336, beat Donnybrook, with a rating of 1.442, by 5:18:26.4 on corrected time. Full fleet race tracking is available online at NYYCs 151st Annual Regatta Presented by RolexNEWPORT, RI– Perhaps it was the return of warm weather that accounted for the sizable fleet as 103 yachts turned out for the New York YC’s 151st Annual Regatta presented by Rolex. James Richardsons Barking Mad–a two-time winner of the Farr 40 World Championship won that class in the Around the Island Race on Friday, and Goombay Smash, William Douglass, was first among Swan 45s. Also in the Around the Island Race, Bright Star, a TP 52 skippered by Richard Breeden, won IRC Class 4; Sforzando, Blair Brown, won IRC Class 5; Cygnette, William Mayer, was first in IRC Class 6; M&M, Mark Ploch, was first for the Beneteau 36.7 class racing one-design; Arcadia, skippered by former NYYC Commodore Robert G. Stone Jr., won NYYC-CR; Fortune, Don Glassie, won the Classic Class; and Tern, a J/100, Robert Johnstone, won PHRF. Also, Blow Boat!, Rob Marsh, won for the J/105s; Kiwi Magic, the 12 Meter, skippered by Bill Koch, who won the 1992 Americas Cup, was first in the Grand-Prix 12-Meter class, with Nefertiti, Jon Sears Wullschleger, first for Classic 12-Meters. Overall, Barking Mad, James Richardson, finished first in the Farr 40 class, following a 10-race series over three days. Vim 4, Craig Speck, won in the Swan 45s. M&M, Mark Ploch, was unbeaten over seven races in eight including his throw-out — among the Beneteaus. For IRC White Circle Class 4, Richard Breedens Bright Star was also perfect, when you factor in his throw-out race. For White Circle Class 5, Blair Browns Sforzando was victorious, as was Lora Ann, Rich du Moulin, in White Class 6. In the series, du Moulin was also undefeated. Bill Koch and his Kiwi Magic won among the grand-prix 12 Meters; Intrepid, John Curtin, won for the modern 12 Meters, and Nefertiti, John Sears Wullschleger, won for the Classic 12 Meters. Sea Shadow, Charlie Shumway and Wilson Pollack, won in the J/105 Class, and Jest, sailed by Anson Stookey and Phip Hallowell, was unbeaten in PHRF Green Class 9. Commodore Stones Arcadia won all three races in Green NYYC-CR, and Fortune, Don Glassie, won for the Classics. Complete results can be found on ISSA High School Nationals Baker Trophy (Team Racing) W L 1 Point Loma 16 2 2 Antilles 13 5 3 St. George’s 10 8 4 Tabor 9 9 5 Severn 5 10 Mallory Trophy (Doublehanded) T A B 1 Point Loma 97 70 27 2 Newport Harbor 156 77 79 3 Severn 185 108 77 4 Martin County 188 91 97 5 Marin Catholic 189 104 85


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