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World Council Approves New J/22 Class Rules

At the December 2, 2020 IJ22CA World Council meeting, the new J/22 Class Rules were unanimously approved by all voting National Class Associations. International Technical Chair Ron Harris led a working group to rewrite the Class Rules into World Sailing format. The Rules are now being reviewed by World Sailing, […]

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Fun J/Fest Southwest Regatta

According to Scott Spurlin, J/Dealer in Texas, “The J/Sailors in Texas needed this event! The enthusiasm to get out on the water was over the top! On Friday, the rain was coming down and the gusts were in the 40s, and people still trailered their boats in. We delayed the […]

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Good Times at J/22 East Coast Championship

Thanks to Jeff Todd for this report: The J/22 East Coast Championship was hosted by Severn Sailing Association on October 17-18 in Annapolis MD with Fleet 19. SSA did a great job hosting a socially distanced regatta. We had no after-sailing parties, but we were very happy to be able […]

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CHIBOUGANAU Crowned Northeast J/22 Champion

The Lake George Club hosted the 2020 Northeast J/22 Championship as part of their annual Lake George Open Regatta. Racing for the eight-boat fleet was close for the top of the leaderboard, as well as for the bronze step on the podium. In what became a closely-fought two-boat duel, Richard […]

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J/22s Battle at Red Fox Regatta

Held over the three-day Labor Day weekend, the Red Fox Regatta started with the NuCore Triangle race on Friday evening, ending with a two-day race from the top of Lake Charlevoix on Saturday, and back again on Sunday afternoon. Winning the J/22 division was Tom Barne’s GREEN EGGS, second was […]

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Heritage Cup Report

Thanks to Tim Johnson for this report: I was the regatta chair at the DCYC Heritage Cup this past weekend. It was the first event of 2020 for the Texas J/24s, and we had 15 J/24s and 11 J/22s from all over Texas. All total, there were 72 boats at […]

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