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CORK Olympic Classes Regatta - Light but steady breeze on day 1

by Marianne Davis on 18 Aug 2013
CORK Olympic Classes Regatta Boatyard Photography
The first day of Cork Olympic Classes Regatta (OCR) has finished. It was light but steady breeze with winds from the South West.

The 49er, 49er FX and the I14’s provided great entertainment for the spectators off the pier on the Mike course. They were able to complete 3 races today and headed in around 4:30 pm. In speaking with the sailors while the winds were a little shifty, they enjoyed the course and were pleased with how the races where managed. The Windsurfers were able to get in four races.

The Radial, Laser and the Finn fleets each had 3 races. The sailors found it tough especially the Laser’s and Finn’s as they were looking for stronger breeze

Stop by tomorrow as one of our sponsors Samsung Canada, has set up their 85 inch Series 9 Ultra High Definition TV. Courtesy of photographers David Hein and Geoff Webster their pictures will be on display. You may also catch a National team coach completing his debrief with some video from today’s racing.

Don’t forget to drop by tomorrow to watch the Radial fleet competing on the spectator Event website

 49erFX Race Results, CORK 2013  
 
 
  Sat. 5:11 pm PROVISIONAL  

CORK 2013 - 49erFX Class Results, LOWPOINT Scoring System
Data as of Saturday 17 August 2013 at 5:11 pm - Subject to Protest



      Net 1 2 3  
Pos. Sail Skipper + Crew Points Sat. Sat. Sat.   Country & Club
        1305 1432 1535  
1 812 RAFUSE, ERIN / Danielle Boyd 5.00 1 1 3   CAN NS Halifax,RNSYS/KYC
2 819 MORGAN, ARIELLE / Heather Myatt 9.00 6 2 1   CAN QC Westmount,RSTLYC
3 1210 BERRY, ERIN / Lauren Laventure 11.00 2 4 5   CAN BC Victoria,RVICYC
4 1214 LANE, KRISTEN / Christine Neville 12.00 3 5 4   USA CA Tiburon,ST. FRANCIS YC
5 826 HENKEN, PARIS / Helena Scutt 13.00 4 3 6   USA WA Kirkland,SEATTLE YC, ST
6 9 BORDON, LAURA / Marie-Pier Alary 14.00 5 7 2   CAN QC Luskville,BYC/EVO
7 711 MOORE, JOANNA / Alexandra Edgar 21.00 7 6 8   CAN BC West Vancouver,EHYC/RVYC
8 807 CUTHBERTSON, MORGAN / Madelaine Lott 23.00 8 8 7   CAN ,

49er Race Results, CORK 2013  
 
 
  Sat. 5:11 pm PROVISIONAL  

CORK 2013 - 49er Class Results, LOWPOINT Scoring System
Data as of Saturday 17 August 2013 at 5:11 pm - Subject to Protest



      Net 1 2 3  
Pos. Sail Skipper + Crew Points Sat. Sat. Sat.   Country & Club
        1310 1437 1540  
1 1268 LADHA, JON / Daniel Inkpen 5.00 1 1 3   CAN NL St.Phillip's,RNYC
2 1383 DOWNING, ZACK / Zach Brown 6.00 2 3 1   USA CA Leucadia,SDYC
3 1202 MACDONALD, TYLER / Michael Deady 9.00 5 2 2   USA CA Menlo Park,STFYC, RYC, NHY
4 817 BARROWS, THOMAS / Joe martis 17.00 4 9 4   USA ,
5 905 MORI, DAVID / Justin Barnes 20.00 3 11 6   CAN ON Oakville,RCYC
6 311 FERGUSON, JOHN / Arthur Ferguson 20.00 6 4 10   CAN ON Toronto,RCYC
7 1135 EHVERT, PETER / Paul Ehvert 22.00 10 5 7   CAN ON Toronto,RCYC
8 1269 GUSTIN, SAM / Ian Woodbury 24.00 7 6 11   CAN BC Coquitlam,RVYC
9 1070 CREPEAU, BERNARD / Jean Luc Robitaille 25.00 9 7 9   CAN QC Québec,
10 98 SPACEMAN, DR. LEONARD / Tej Trevor Parekh 28.00 8 12 8   CAN QC Dorva,RSTLYC
11 514 BRODEUR, MICHAEL 29.00 11 13 5   CAN ,BYC
12 1075 THROOP, PAUL / ALEX THROOP 35.00 15 8 12   CAN ON burlington,
13 778 FRANZ-HERNANDEZ, DANIEL / Zacharias Mesman 41.00 17 10 14   CAN BC Vancouver,RVYC
14 1074 RYAN, GARETH / Andrew Brazier 44.00 16 15 13   CAN ON toronto,RCYC
15 1042 KAYSER, SEAN / Ryan O'donnell 44.00 13 16 15   CAN Ottawa,NSC
16 185 HOWARTH, MICHAEL / Leigh Howarth 45.00 12 17 16   CAN ON Burlington,BSBC
17 1139 CARLTON, TOMMY / Matthew Sullivan 49.00 14 18 17   CAN ON Thornhill,KYC
18 500 TOLAND, JACK / Andrew Colebrook 51.00 19 14 18   USA WA Kirkland,ROYAL VANCOUVER
19 019 MAGNUSON, ERIC / Eric Magnuson 57.00 18 20 19   USA CT Stamford,
20 09 LOWTHER, ANTHONY / william kelly 60.00 R21 19 20   CAN ,
21 049 BEATON, COLIN / Geordie Miller 64.00 22 21 21   CAN ,BYC
22 CAN604 SUGAR, GEOFF / Thomas Heine 66.00 21 OCS 22   CAN ON Toronto,SLYC


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