J/22 Worlds: Final Day

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Thursday, 25 August – Kingston

J/22 World Championship: Day 4

Today was the last day of the 2016 J/22 World Championships. 41 boats are competing from Canada, United States, Cayman Islands and the Netherlands. The final day of racing saw winds of 15 knots steadily from SW. Racing is complete and the awards have been passed out. Congratulations to all of the competitors!

The overall results after today’s racing USA earning the top three spots.

 

 

1st
1578 Michael Marshall Lawrence Hiller
2nd 1649 Chris Doyle Harris, Burns
3rd 1464 Jeffrey Todd Carr, Ryan
4th 1542 Travis Odenbach
 

5th
677 Brad Julian Schubert, Robertson
6th 1586 Zeke Horowitz Benvenutti, Stuart, Fisher
7th 1501 Terry Flynn Foster, Romberg
8th 933 Chris Gaffney Gaffney, Richter
 

9th
709 Marvin Beckmann
10th 489 Kevin Doyle Snyder, Colangelo
11th 675 Darcy Fuller Johnson, Johnson, Baker
12th 1579 Anna Huebschmann Huebshmann, Huebschmann

 

Top Youth Team Anna Hubschmann

 

Top Master Chris Doyle, Harris, Burns

 

Mid Fleet award Jack Carminati, Green, Braungart, Fraize

 

Full results posted at www.cork.org.

Event Photos available at www.sailingshot.com or by contacting administrator@sailing shot.com

 

Thank you to all of our competitors for traveling to Kingston! We hope you had a great time, and wish you the best during the rest of the sailing season.

 

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For more information 

CORK websitewww.cork.org
CORK Regatta Office: (613)-545-1322
Emailmedia@cork.org
Address: 53 Yonge Street, Kingston Ontario

 

J/22 World Championship: Day 3

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Wednesday, 24 August – Kingston

J/22 World Championship: Day 3

 

This week CORK is hosting the 2016 J/22 World Championships. 41 boats are competing from Canada, United States, Cayman Islands and the Netherlands.

 

The overall results after today’s racing:

 

1st Marshall NYYC

2nd Doyle YYC

3rd Todd Annapolis YC

 

Full results will be posted at www.cork.org.

 

Tomorrow’s racing starts at 1100 for all fleets. Check back tomorrow for more results.

Event Photos available at www.sailingshot.com or by contacting administrator@sailing shot.com

Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and twitter @CORKKingston

For more information 

CORK websitewww.cork.org
CORK Regatta Office: (613)-545-1322
Emailmedia@cork.org
Address: 53 Yonge Street, Kingston Ontario

 

CORK International OCR: Day 5

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Wednesday, 24 August – Kingston

CORK International OCR:  Day 5

 

Laser and Radial Fleets Cap Off Senior Championships

Today was the final day of racing at the Sail Canada Senior Championships presented by Volvo Cars Canada at CORK OCR. With the skiff and Finn events finishing up earlier this week, only the Laser and Radial fleets remained to compete. Sailors raced in 12-13 knots of breeze from the southwest, and nearly cloudless skies; yet another great day of sailing.

The Lasers were able to complete two races today, amounting to twelve in total. Robert Davis (CAN) of the Canadian Sailing Team held the top spot for the entire event, and earned the gold medal. Justin Norton (CAN) secured a silver medal finish, while Marshall McCann (USA) took the bronze. The Radial fleet finished thirteen races in total, three of which were finished today. Haddon Hughes (USA) was the winner of the event, while Sarah Douglas (CAN) of the CST and Gage Wilson (USA) took second and third place, respectively.

Thank you to Helly Hansen for supplying all of the prizes for the regatta, and also to all of the participants and volunteers who made the event such a success. Tim Irwin, the CORK Regatta Chair, says “there are two key ingredients to a successful regatta. The first is good weather conditions, which we were fortunate to have this week, and the second is great volunteers, which we are lucky to have no shortage of.” We hope to see you again next year!

Full results for all fleets can be found here.

Laser Standard

1st Robert Davis RCYC/KYC

2nd Justin Norton BYC

3rd Marshall Mccann TCYC

 

Laser Radial

1st Overall + 1st Female: Haddon Hughes TCYC

2nd Overall + 2nd Female: Sarah Douglas ABYC

3rd Overall + Top Male: Gage Wilson LYC

3rd place female: Andrea Aldana GUA

 

Event Photos available at www.sailingshot.com or by contacting administrator@sailing shot.com

Results
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For more information 

CORK websitewww.cork.org
CORK Regatta Office: (613)-545-1322
Emailmedia@cork.org
Address: 53 Yonge Street, Kingston Ontario