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J/22 World Championship August 19-25 at CORK, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
On behalf of the International J/22 Class Association, the Canadian J/22 Class Association and CORK/Sail Kingston, we are pleased to invite you to the 2016 J/22 World Championship. The 2016 J/22 World Championship will take place August 19-25 at CORK/Sail Kingston, located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Sailing will take place on the waters at the eastern end of Lake Ontario, which offers some of the best fresh water sailing in the world. The city of Kingston is nestled at the mouth of the Rideau Canal and the St. Lawrence River at the eastern end of Lake Ontario. The city hosted the sailing event for the 1976 Olympics, and countless regattas are hosted out of the same venue as was used in 1976. Competitors can find general information about the venue, travel, accommodations and sailing conditions at www.cork.org. European and US competitors will realize significant savings due to the strength of your currencies against the Canadian dollar so we encourage all competitors to register as early as possible. We look forward to welcoming all competitors to CORK and the city of Kingston in August 2016. For more information click here
 
CanAm Challenge
Written by Chris Howell   
Monday, 25 July 2016 19:22
The CanAm Challenge was hosted by Youngstown Yacht Club in Youngstown, NY from July 22-24 with a 12-boat J/22 fleet. It was a clean sweep for Mike Marshall's Bad News, who recorded seven wins in seven races. Local Vic Snyder's Mo' Money claimed second place with 24 points, and Paul Davignon's Three's Company third with 30 points. For complete event details, click here.
 
Reigning World Champ Chris Doyle Wins Raw Bar Regatta
Written by Chris Howell   
Monday, 25 July 2016 19:19
A total of 19 boats came out for the Buffalo Yacht Club’s annual Raw Bar Regatta – the site of the 2017 J/22 North American Championship. Although it started light and shifty Saturday morning July 16, the breeze built to almost ideal conditions by the third of five races held for the day. Sunday was also very nice, and a total of three races were run. The competition was quite close between Chris Doyle on Jug 4 1 finishing first, Mike Marshall on Bad News finishing second, and Travis Odenbach aboard Seabags Sailing Team finishing third. The J/22 Scholarship Team, helmed by Brown University’s Patrick Shanahan, finished fifth overall – better watch out for this team at Worlds! In typical BYC Raw Bar fashion, everyone came away well fed, and a lively party kept some folks up a tad late on Saturday. Final results can be found by clicking here. Return to Buffalo next year for the J/22 North American Championship July 20-23, 2017.
 
J22 Email Contact Update
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Friday, 03 June 2016 16:24
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