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Rookie Regatta II. results

Sailed: 5, Discards: 0, To count: 5, Entries: 7, Scoring system: Appendix A

Boat Sail# R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 Total
Caroline 5016 4.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 4.0 12.0
Selkie 3732 3.0 4.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 13.0
Elisse 5773 1.0 2.0 5.0 8.0 DNF 1.0 17.0
Green Hornet 2324 2.0 5.0 8.0 DNF 4.0 2.0 21.0
Firth Lady 5296 5.0 3.0 4.0 6.0 8.0 DNF 26.0
Ms Ellie 2619 6.0 8.0 DNF 3.0 5.0 5.0 27.0
Susie-Q 4643 8.0 DNF 8.0 DNF 8.0 DNF 3.0 8.0 DNF 35.0

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Competitors
Caroline

Jennifer O'Connell
Cory Johnson
Brian McPherson (coach)

Selkie

Reginald Vaval
Graham Long
Clint Boyd (rookie skipper)

Ellise

Danny Wahl
Tim Hodges
Chip Lubsen (rookie skipper)

Susie-Q

Murali Kulathungam
Carlie Smith
Joe Leoncio (rookie skipper)

Ms. Ellie

Daniel Ruffner
Mark Ashley
Anne Reb
John R. Graham (coach)

Firth Lady

Michael Wieczorek
Elliot Long
Joseph Warren (coach)

Green Hornet

Ana Carolina Areias
Seamus Hooban
Mike Hooban (coach)

Rookie Regatta II.


SCOW Rookie Regatta II.

Notice of Race

Sunday, August 7, 2016


The aim of this regatta is to encourage SCOW members to participate in racing by providing a save and low-pressure environment in which they can experience and get familiar with the sport.

The Sailing Instructions of the event is here.


Rules
The series will be governed by the rules as defined in the current Racing Rules of Sailing (RSS), Appendix C of the current ICSA Procedural Rules, the one design rules of the Flying Scot Sailing Association, except as any of these are altered by this notice or by the Sailing Instructions.

Eligibility
The event is intended for Rookies, that is, for new members, sailors with no experience in racing and to novice racers. Eligibility decisions related to “you’re too experienced” shall be adjudicated by the Race Director, but if you think you may qualify, you probably do.

The Regatta is open to SCOW members skippering either their own or the club's Flying Scot boats. All persons aboard club boats must be SCOW members and all membership fees and dues must be current. Rookies are expected to helm the boats and each boat must have a SCOW certified skipper on board (serving either as Rookie skipper or helping as supporting crew).

Schedule
Sunday, August 7

   14:00     Meeting at the cranes
   14:15     Lecture in the grove   
   15:45     Competitor's meeting
 ~16:25     Practice starts in the lagoon
   16:45     Warning signal for 1st race, subsequent race(s) to follow.
                 No race will be started after 19:15
   20:00     Post race social and awards presentation. Refreshments will be provided.

Entries
Eligible competitors are requested to register by emailing to racing@scow.org by August 6th.
Please email your name and your preference of serving a skipper, crew or perhaps trying for both. This will allow me to start arranging the teams. If you already have a member in mind with whom you would race, please also let me know, and I will to my best to accommodate your requests! SCOW boats will be allocated on the spot.

Start and Courses
Races will be held in the Washington Sailing Marina lagoon. The courses to be sailed will be selected by the Race Committee.

Prizes
Prizes will be awarded to all rookies racing in the top three boats.

Information
For additional information contact Csilla Gal (Race Director) at 847-714-2659 or email racing@scow.org

Rookie Regatta I. results


Sailed: 3, Discards: 0, To count: 3, Entries: 4, Scoring system: Appendix A
Boat Class Sail# R1 R2 R3 Total
Green Hornet Flying Scot 2324 1.0 1.0 5.0 DNF 7.0
Caroline Flying Scot 5016 2.0 3.0 2.0 7.0
Sunser Song Flying Scot 5323 4.0 4.0 1.0 9.0
Susie-Q Flying Scot 4643 3.0 2.0 5.0 DNS 10.0

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Competitors
Green Hornet

Priscilla Smith (rookie)
Seamus Hooban (rookie)
Mike Hooban (coach)
Caroline
Jennifer O'Connell (rookie)
Carl Daly (rookie)
John Graham (coach)
Sunset Song
Sue Beffel (rookie)
Devon Youngblood (rookie)
Tim Hodges (rookie)
Susie-Q
Ana Carolina Areias (rookie)
Adam Brown (rookie)
Amy Deckelbaum (coach)

Rookie Regatta I.


SCOW Rookie Regatta I.

Notice of Race

Sunday, July 10, 2016


The aim of this regatta is to encourage SCOW members to participate in racing by providing a save and low-pressure environment in which they can experience and get familiar with the sport.

The Sailing Instructions of the event is here.


Rules
The series will be governed by the rules as defined in the current Racing Rules of Sailing (RSS), Appendix C of the current ICSA Procedural Rules, the one design rules of the Flying Scot Sailing Association, except as any of these are altered by this notice or by the Sailing Instructions.

Eligibility
The event is intended for Rookies, that is, for new members, sailors with no experience in racing and to novice racers. Eligibility decisions related to “you’re too experienced” shall be adjudicated by the Race Director, but if you think you may qualify, you probably do.

The Regatta is open to SCOW members skippering either their own or the club's Flying Scot boats. All persons aboard club boats must be SCOW members and all membership fees and dues must be current. Rookies are expected to helm the boats and each boat must have a SCOW certified skipper on board (serving either as Rookie skipper or helping as supporting crew).

Schedule
Sunday, July 10

   14:00     Meeting at the cranes
   14:15     Lecture in the grove   
   15:45     Competitor's meeting
 ~16:25     Practice starts in the lagoon
   16:45     Warning signal for 1st race, subsequent race(s) to follow.
                 No race will be started after 19:15
   20:00     Post race social and awards presentation. Refreshments will be provided.

Entries
Eligible competitors are requested to register by emailing to racing@scow.org by July 9th.
Please email your name and your preference of serving a skipper, crew or perhaps trying for both. This will allow me to start arranging the teams. If you already have a member in mind with whom you would race, please also let me know, and I will to my best to accommodate your requests! SCOW boats will be allocated on the spot.

Start and Courses
Races will be held in the Washington Sailing Marina lagoon. The courses to be sailed will be selected by the Race Committee.

Prizes
Prizes will be awarded to all rookies racing in the top three boats.

Information
For additional information contact Csilla Gal (Race Director) at 847-714-2659 or email racing@scow.org

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