ISSA Singlehanded Champs - Radial


Saturday, November 1:

Racing started at 11:00 with a light north east breeze. One race in each fleet was completed before the wind shutoff. At 3:30 another light breeze filled enough to get an additional race in each fleet completed. No more races were completed on Saturday. Racers were sent in as the sun set.

Sunday, November 2:

Racing started around 10:40am with a steady 10-12 from the south east. Racing was sailed in the middle of Bellingham Bay where the wind was stronger. The wind stayed strong with minimal shifting throughout the day. Wind speed ranged from 8-15. Waves were 1-2 feet. Tide was strong from course right to left. Temperature was in the mid 50s. 8 races were completed in each fleet Sunday for a total of 10 races.

In the Laser-Full fleet Patrick Shanahan is your ISSA Cressy Full Rig National Champion. Patrick won the regatta by 18 points over Colin Brego in 2nd and Cooper Weitz in 3rd.

In the Laser-Radial fleet Nic Baird is your ISSA Cressy Radial National Champion. Nic won the regatta by 12 points over William Marshall in 2nd and Scott Rasmussen in 3rd.

A big thanks to PRO Kyle Eaton, Chief Judge Jared Hickman, hosts Bellingham Yacht Club and Whatcom Sailing, and regatta chair Scott Wilson.

Thanks to LaserPerformance for supplying 36 brand new Lasers and Nic Ewenson for all his work getting the boats ready and making repairs.

Score summary

1Shorecrest PrepNic Baird '152727
2BB&NWilliam Marshall '153939
3Scott Rasmussen '164343
4BB&NHenry Marshall '175353
5The UrbanLawson Willard '156767
6Saint Thomas AquinasSophia Reineke '177474
*7PoquosonAlexander Hanna '157777
*8MinnetonkaBelle Loosbrock '157777
9Point LomaJeremy Cienfuegos '168686
10Newport HarborMichael Sabourin '16107107
11MinnetonkaJack Bitney '15109109
12CoronadoD'amy Steward '16118118
13Lenox Butcher '16122122
14Norfolk AcademyGray Kiger '16125125
15SevernConnor Bayless '17130130
16InterlakeEllie Ungar '15139139
17St. George'sCollin Alexander '16157157
18Toms River  NorthSean Crabb '16165165
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

The following chart shows the relative rank of the teams as of the race indicated. Note that the races are ordered by number, then division, which may not represent the order in which the races were actually sailed.

The first place team as of a given race will always be at the top of the chart. The spacing from one team to the next shows relative gains/losses made from one race to the next. You may hover over the data points to display the total score as of that race.

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