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CMRC Open Match Racing - Don Wilson takes top spot

by Dave Perry on 11 Sep 2013
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In the Chicago Match Race Center (CMRC), retaining the number one U.S. spot in the Open Match Racing Division is Don Wilson (Chicago, IL), who won both the Chicago Match Cup Qualifier and the CMRC July Doubleheader. Moving up to second is Dustin Durant (Long Beach, CA) with two wins in the California Dreamin’ Series and a fourth at the Ficker Cup.

Moving up to third is Chris Poole (Portland, Maine) on his two wins at the Oakcliff Sailing Spring and Summer Invitationals. Moving into the top five for the first time is David Storrs (Southport, CT) on his win of the Oakcliff June Invitational and fifth place finish in the CMRC Grade two. Joining the top ten for the first time are Ryan Davidson (Newport Beach, CA) and Matthew Graham (Wichita, Kansas)

Remaining at number one for the women, and moving up to number six in the World, is Wisconsin native Stephanie Roble (East Troy, WI) and her Epic Team Racing


Open Rankings
1.Donald Wilson
2.Dustin Durant
3.Christopher Poole
4.Sally Barkow
5.David Storrs
6.Dave Perry
7.Mike Quaglio
8.Ryan Davidson
9.Steven Lowery
10.Matthew Graham

Womens Rankings
1.Stephanie Roble
2.Anna Tunnicliffe
3.Genny Tulloch
4.Sally Barkow
5.Nicole Breault
6.Sandy Hayes
7.Becca Dellenbaugh
8.Jennifer Wilson
9.Shala Lawrence
10.Katie Maxim

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