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US J/22 Class Association Awards Second-Annual Scholarship Boat to Students from Jacksonville University Sailing Team

The US J/22 Class Association has awarded the second-annual Scholarship Boat to students from Jacksonville University Sailing Team. The enthusiastic crew members—Alfonso Garcia Bringas, Andre Guaragna, Jack Gower and David Hein—will be campaigning the boat in 2017. Their goal is to become the top youth team at the 2018 J/22 World Championship in Annapolis, MD. This...

St Francis YC Wins San Francisco Cup

The battle for the San Francisco Cup ended in a victory for the St. Francis Yacht Club, winning with a score of 12-6 over San Francisco Yacht Club on Berkeley Circle. After a short delay while the wind settled in on Saturday, the Open division began racing, sailing in IODs. With 8-10 knots out of...

Kevin Doyle’s Mo’ Money Earns J/22 Midwinter Championship

Kevin Doyle, Vic Snyder and Aaron Snyder’s Mo’ Money mastered the light conditions on Sunday to win their first J/22 Midwinter Championship. The Youngstown, New York-based team tallied a 4,3,1 for 8 points in the three-race series. No racing took place on Friday and Saturday due to high winds and storms. Travis Odenbach’s Sea Bags...

Shane Young wins California Dreamin’ Series

The third and final stop of the California Dreamin’ Series for match racing finished on March 11-12 under sunny skies and light winds in San Francisco, CA. While local teams Russ Silvestri and Nicole Breault finished first and second, respectively, it was not enough to take the overall title away from Shane Young due to...

Three Bridge Fiasco

The 362 entries in the Singlehanded Sailing Society's 2017 edition of the Three Bridge Fiasco in San Francisco, CA had more wind than predicted, except when they had none at all. One of the factors that makes the race a "fiasco" is that the crews, all singlehanded and doublehanded, must choose which way to start...

Match Race Circuit

The first stop of the three-event California Dreamin’ Match Race Series was held January 7-8 in San Diego, CA in J/22s. Organizers and racers were challenged by light and shifty conditions on the city-front course, managing five flights on Saturday but on Sunday the winds never produced enough for a single race. Nicole Breault of...

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