NWISA Singelhand Champs - RADIAL


Saturday, September 23:

Competitors from around the Northwest were greeted by a light southerly on Saturday morning. This proved to be quite stable and peaked around 8 knots by noon. The breeze then began to fade, and by 3pm it had shut off completely. We were fortunate to complete 6 radial and 7 full rig races in that time, alternating between double lap windward/leewards and trapezoid courses. The 20 boat Laser Radial fleet especially was very competitive. This resulted in at least 8 general recalls (we lost count) and most of the later starts under I-flag.

Sunday, September 24:

The forecast for Sunday looked bleak, and after a shore postponement competitors left the dock at 11am to try racing in a fragile northerly. The breeze was just strong enough to start a Radial race, and it maintained a 3-4 knot average until most competitors had finished. After it fizzled out, competitors waited around on the water for another hour and a half before the Race Committee called racing for the day. NWISA is excited to send representatives Owen Timms and Per Black in the Full Rig and Grant Gridley and Abbie Carlson in the Laser Radial to St. Petersburg, FL later this fall. They will do a terrific job representing our conference. Big thanks to all the volunteers and race officials this weekend. The regatta was well run and made the most of our limited racing windows.

Score summary

1Oregon CityGrant Gridley '181919
2Abbie Carlson '182727
*3Lincoln ORCasey Picket '203434
*4Benson PolytechnicConrad Miller '213434
*5Mercer IslandJustin Skene '203737
*6OESClaire Siegel-Wilson '183737
7BellevueParker Carlson '204343
8Oak HarborJordan Wood-Pina '185656
9OlympiaMax Miller '185757
10CapitalAnnie Buelt '207676
11BainbridgeDane Petrakis '217777
12OrcasMaggie Toombs '187878
13OrcasHelena Auger '208989
14SehomeCedric Keneipp '189898
15OlympiaCiara McClanahan '19104104
16SehomeNatalie Serbousek '21110110
17Central KitsapTyler Nolasco '19116116
18SehomeMax Case '20121121
19Mercer IslandCooper Hand '20122122
20OlympiaEvan Krug '19136136
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

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