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Don Wilson returns to number one U.S. Open Match Racer

by Dave Perry on 15 Nov 2012
Chicago Match Race Center
Don Wilson (Chicago, IL), founder of the Chicago Match Race Center, returns to the number one spot, winning the 2012 Richardson Cup as well as the Grade 3 Chicago Autumn Invitational. Sally Barkow (Nashotah, WI) is second with third place finishes in two Grade 2 events, the Knickerbocker Cup and the Chicago Match Cup Qualifier.

Moving into third is Dustin Durant (Long Beach, CA), winning the Grade 3 Ficker Cup and finishing fifth in the Grade 2 Chicago Match Cup Qualifier. The two largest jumps were by Christopher Poole (Falmouth, ME), moving from 10th all the way up to fourth with wins at Oakcliff’s Summer Clinegatta and Halloween Invitational; and David Storrs (Southport, CT) moving up to sixth with wins at the Grade 3 Oakcliff August Clinegatta and Taylor Trophy, representing the Long Island Sound Match Racing Championship.

U.S. Open Match Racing Rankings – Top Ten

1. Donald Wilson
2. Sally Barkow
3. Dustin Durant
4. Christopher Poole
5. Dave Perry
6. David Storrs
7. Steven Lowery
8. Mike Quaglio
9. Nicholas Dugdale
10. Nevin Snow
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