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A Class North American Championships final day

by Warren Green on 17 Oct 2011
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A Class North American Championships 2011, organized by USACA, were held at Islander Resort on the ocean waters off Islamorada, Florida during 11th to 16th October 2011.

After blustery attempts the RC finally gave in to the weather on Sunday, 16th October, and called the races. So the A Class North American Championships ended after completing only four races in good winds of 8 -12 knots.

The new and now a four time Champion is Ben Hall.

Final Results with ties resolved:


 

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Running

Skipper

 

Number

1

2

3

4

   

Total

Position

   

Sail

Race

Race

Race

Race

   

0

 

Ben Hall

USA

USA 99

2

1

1

3

   

7

1

Matt Struble

USA

USA 183

1

3

3

1

   

8

2

Ben Moon

USA

AUS 11

3

5

5

2

   

15

3

Jeff Linton

USA

209

10

2

7

6

   

25

4

Ian Lindahl

USA

USA 9

11

8

4

4

   

27

5

Bob Curry

USA

USA 304

4

4

11

11

   

30

7

Craig Yandow

USA

300

6

13

6

5

   

30

6

Bret Moss

USA

USA 255

8

6

10

8

   

32

8

Bob Hodges

USA

USA 230

14

12

8

7

   

41

9

Paul Allen

USA

USA 244

9

11

9

12

   

41

10

Bob Webbon

USA

USA 365

7

23

2

14

   

46

11

Woody Cope

USA

109

5

17

16

10

   

48

12

Clive Mayo

USA

USA 170

19

21

12

9

   

61

13

Bailey White

USA

181

22

9

15

15

   

61

14

Rush Bird

USA

231

17

7

20

18

   

62

15

James Godbey

USA

USA 305

25

10

14

17

   

66

16

Andy Kolb

USA

US 299

21

20

13

16

   

70

17

Tracy Oliver

USA

USA 135

12

14

25

21

   

72

18

O H Rogers

USA

USA 73

13

15

26

26

   

80

19

Howard Haines

USA

USA 180

16

24

17

23

   

80

20

John Schiefer

USA

USA 122

20

18

21

27

   

86

21

Chris Cordes

USA

USA 172

15

16

28

28

   

87

22

Carla Schiefer

USA

USA 121

24

19

22

22

   

87

23

Christopher Brown

USA

193

29

31

19

13

   

92

24

Mark Skeels

USA

USA 290

23

22

27

25

   

97

25

Andrew Burdett

USA

268

18

34

24

24

   

100

26

Joe Leonard

USA

USA 44

26

29

29

19

   

103

27

Martin Hamilton

USA

237

28

41

18

20

   

107

28

John Harper

USA

US 80

41

28

23

29

   

121

29

Larry Woods

CAN

CAN 29

30

30

32

30

   

122

30

Skip Kaub

USA

127

33

26

33

33

   

125

31

Kevin Grice

USA

US 212

32

32

30

31

   

125

32

Jeff Meyers

USA

291

34

35

34

32

   

135

33

Gordan Isco

USA

USA 154

31

25

41

41

   

138

34

Fred Smith

CAN

CAN 31

37

33

35

34

   

139

35

Allan Coutts

NZL

NZL 256

27

41

31

41

   

140

36

Joe Sparks

USA

USA 235

35

27

41

41

   

144

37

George Anger

CAN

CAN 36

38

37

36

41

   

152

38

Richard Kinney

USA

USA 270

39

36

37

41

   

153

39

Gerry Mawson

CAN

CAN 37

36

41

41

41

   

159

40