Singlehanded PCC's: Radial


Saturday, September 24:

Six races were sailed in 6-12 knots of breeze, starting from the North and slowly shifting left as the wind increased. An ebb tide for the first four races challenged the 31 boat fleet to get clean starts off. The current switched around 2:30pm, giving the sailors longer upwinds with the increase in breeze. No protests were filed.

Sunday, September 25:

Extremely hot temperatures made for little to no wind all day. One race was completed at 2:30pm and racing was called for the day. Congrats to the top four finishers who advance to the Singlehanded Nationals being held at the end of October in Galveston, TX.

Score summary

1Point LomaMarcus Huttunen '201717
2Santa BarbaraLucas Pierce '172626
3Santa BarbaraCaden Scheiblauer '193333
4WestviewAnsgar Jordan '184040
5Corona del MarMax Mayol '195454
6Long Beach WilsonTrent Turigliatto '186262
7Corona del MarDavid Wood '196767
8Point LomaTaisei Hatter '197171
*9Palos VerdesGavin McJones '197373
*10Point LomaDiego Escobar '207373
*11Palos VerdesLukas Kraak '198484
*12The Bishop'sAmanda Majernik '188484
13The Bishop'sJohn Majernik '209191
14RedwoodNicholas Sessions '209797
15CoronadoOwen Schafer '17116116
16The Bay  of San FranSumner Strumph '17119119
17Newport HarborReid Wiley '18121121
18RedwoodSarah Young '20126126
19AlamedaDrake Hayes '17131131
20OlympianMarianna Shand '20135135
21Sage HillJonathan Chance '19140140
22The Bishop'sClaire Lester '19145145
23Los Altos HighAlbert Zhao '19153153
24AlamedaSimon Boeger '19162162
25Palo Alto HighAndrew Huang '18163163
26AlamedaJonathon Andrews '20165165
27Los Altos HighAmir Tadros '19168168
28The Bishop'sLizzie Russell '17175175
29Newport HarborCole Pomeroy '19179179
30Waldorf  PeninsulaOliver Olsen '19190190
31Newport HarborJoseph Hou '18224224
*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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