Please select your home edition
Edition
Zhik Yachting Range

Etchells World Championship - Hardesty on top of the leaderboard

by New York Yacht Club on 27 Jun 2014
2014 Etchells Worlds, NYYC Newport, RI Sharon Green/New York Yacht Club
On day three of the Etchells World Championship 2014, hosted by the New York Yacht Club at Harbour Court in association with Sail Newport, Bill Hardesty’s resilience has brought him and his crew of Taylor Canfield, Stephanie Roble and Marcus Eagan to the top of the leader board despite a heavy downpour and fluky winds.


After a two-hour postponement on shore followed by another two hours on the water, storm clouds gathered, the wind velocity increased and the wind direction settled down enough to allow Race five to start. Shortly after that, the rain began, so forceful at times the weather mark was obscured. Those who sailed to the right, toward the squall, fared better and rounded the weather mark in the lead, albeit a bit wetter for their efforts. The wind shifted left throughout the race dropping slightly in velocity. Senet Bischoff and Ben Kinney won Race five by a healthy margin with Hardesty finishing fourth, giving him a nine-point lead over Hank Lammens, who finished 16th in today’s race. Marvin Beckman sits in third overall followed by John Bertrand in fourth and Ante Razmilovic rounding out the top five.


Tomorrow’s start time has by moved up one hour tomorrow to maximize what is expected to be a dying northerly breeze. After six races have been completed, each team will be able to discard their worst finish


The 2014 Etchells Worlds will continue tomorrow through Saturday. For more on the event, please visit event website

  Bow   Sail Number Yacht Name Yacht Design Skipper/Crew Race
1
Race
2
Race
3
Race
4
Race
5
Total
World Championship Racing
  One Design Division
    International Etchells
    1. 79 USA 979 Line Honors Etchells Bill Hardesty / Taylor Canfield / Stephanie Roble / Marcus Eagan 2 2 20 1 4 29.0
    2. 39 CAN 1396 CAN 1396 Etchells Hank Lammens / Jens Bojsen-Moller / Steve Girling 1 8 1 12 16 38.0
    3. 78 USA 1378 The Martian Etchells Marvin Beckmann / Steve Hunt / Ezra Culver 8 3 11 5 15 42.0
    4. 38 AUS 1383 Triad Etchells John Bertrand / Grant Simmer / Andrew Palfrey 4 10 5 28 27 74.0
    5. 33 HKG 1333 Swedish Blue Etchells Ante Razmilovic / Chris Larson / Stuart Flinn 3 6 8 44 14 75.0
    6. 72 USA 1372 Aretas Etchells Skip Dieball / John McClean / Jeff Eiber 38 13 4 19 7 81.0
    7. 88 USA 1388 Annie Etchells Gary Gilbert / Mark Mendleblatt / Luke Lawrence 45 5 2 2 48 102.0
    8. 8 USA 1308 KGB Etchells Senet Bischoff / Ben Kinney / Clay Bischoff 10 20 25 52 1 108.0
    9. 53 USA 1228 Terrapin Etchells Stephen Benjamin / Moose McLintock / Phil Trinter 16 22 17 25 33 113.0
    10. 96 USA 1296 Appreciation Etchells Jeffrey Siegal / Tim Healy / Willem Van Waay / Sarah Callahan 17 17 16 17 47 114.0
    11. 37 USA 1137 La Tormenta Etchells Shannon Bush / Brad Boston / Curt Oetking 26 16 31 37 6 116.0
    12. 69 NZL 1348 NZL 1348 Etchells Andrew Wills / Anatole Masfen / Matthew Kelway 50 28 26 20 13 137.0
    13. 97 USA 1397 Raging Rooster Etchells Peter Duncan / Thomas Blackwell / Judson Smith 27 25 3 38 45 138.0
    14. 29 USA 1229 Viva Etchells Don Jesberg / Scott Mason / Ed Wright 40 54 28 3 20 145.0
    15. 16 GBR 1036 Esprit Etchells Robert Elliott / Stuart Childerley / Sam Richmond 48 43 30 24 2 147.0
    16. 77 USA 1149 Moneyball Etchells Blaine Pedlow / Danny Pavel / Justin Boitano 30 27 48 32 12 149.0
    17. 41 USA 1411 Elizabeth Etchells Tom Carruthers / Chris Busch / Andrew Campbell 5 12 37 46 51 151.0
    18. 11 USA 1198 America Jane 11 Etchells Scott Kaufman / Justin Law / Jesse Kirkland / Austen Anderson 25 14 42 62 8 151.0
    19. 94 USA 1394 Amercian Baby Etchells George Francisco / Michael Guerriero / Zach Railey 18 24 23 23 69 157.0
    20. 62 USA 1262 Scimitar Etchells Stewart Neff / Will Welles / Henry Brauer 13 57 51 18 22 161.0
    21. 4 USA 1404 Lifted Etchells Jim Cunningham / Jeff Madrigali / Mark Ivey / Bryn Bachman 42 4 32 40 50 168.0
    22. 45 BER 1412 Tiberon Etchells Mark Watson / Dirk Kneulman / Andreas Josenhans 60 7 18 43 41 169.0
    23. 76 USA 1376 Arethusa Etchells Phil Lotz / Eric Doyle / Rodrigo Meireles 9 18 6 96/BFD 52 181.0
    24. 15 USA 1405 Caramba Etchells Jose Fuentes / Geoff Ewenson / Greg Hryniewicz 37 64 24 35 21 181.0
    25. 55 USA 1355 Lucky Etchells Bryon Ehrhart / Rodney Hagebols / Chris Lefferdink 14 38 67 7 57 183.0
    26. 91 AUS 1391 Tango Etchells Chris Hampton / Ian Walker / Matt Johns 12 40 82 48 5 187.0
    27. 87 IRL 987 Bedrock Etchells David Burrows / Richard Burrows / Samantha Burrows 66 26 56 8 32 188.0
    28. 12 USA 1012 Natasha Etchells Ted Hardenbergh / James Hardenbergh / Mark Hardenbergh 7 30 46 71 38 192.0
    29. 20 USA 1208 Gumption3 Etchells Kevin Grainger / Max Skelley / Karl Anderson 6 19 76 33 60 194.0
    30. 40 SIN 1340 Matatu Etchells Nils Razmilovic / Brian Hammersley / Andrew Mills 38/ZFP 36 69 41 10 194.0
    31. 58 AUS 1306 The Hole Way Etchells Cameron Miles / Grant Crowle / David Sampson 39/ZFP 96/BFD 40 9 11 195.0
    32. 9 USA 1309 Landed Gentry Etchells Don Brush Ken Fells / Kevin Hawko 71 39 35 27 24 196.0
    33. 68 USA 1168 Mahalaga Etchells Peter Vessella / John Callahan / Tracy Usher 22 29 22 96/BFD 28 197.0
    34. 18 USA 988 USA 1185 Etchells Tomas Hornos / Josh Revkin / Andy Casey 67 31 12 42 46 198.0
    35. 50 AUS 1150 Chelsea Lady Etchells Bill Steele / Jake Gunther / David Heritage 74 44 45 13 23 199.0
    36. 17 UKR 1297 Arctur Etchells Vasyl Gureyev / Andriy Shafranyuk / Vitalii Kushnir 21 77 19 39 44 200.0
    37. 92 AUS 1393 Bootross Etchells Mark Bradford / Brad Butterworth / Will McCarthy 58 21 14 78 30 201.0
    38. 5 USA 1305 Clean Execution Etchells Michael Gavin / William Abbott / Paul Davis 46 73 55 29 3 206.0
    39. 73 USA 1373 Victory Etchells Buddy Cribb / Eamonn deLisser / Stuart deLisser 29 46 10 74 49 208.0
    40. 64 HKG 1364 1364 Etchells Frank Van Kempen / Gregory Kearns / Ronan Collins 43 37 13 73 42 208.0
    41. 42 USA 398 Skanky Gene Etchells Jay Cross / Jeremy Wilmot / Aubrey Mayer / Lauren Gillooly 15 50 72 53 18 208.0
    42. 89 USA 928 Something Good Etchells Tito Gonzalez / Trinnidad Gonzalez / Bill Mauk / Ched Proctor 36 23 80 34 37 210.0
    43. 46 AUS 1325 Iris III Etchells Peter McNeill / Roger Hickman / Phil Smidmore 61 70 58 6 19 214.0
    44. 48 USA 1248 USA 1248 Etchells Will Ricketson / Annie Haeger / Luke Ramsay / Addison Caproni 80 11 39 61 26 217.0
    45. 35 GBR 1354 Strait Dealer Etchells David Franks / Graham Sunderland / Bleddyn Mon / Amy Prime 49 41 50 49 34 223.0
    46. 26 HKG 1269 RX2 Etchells Mark Thornburrow / Bucky Smith / Malcolm Page / Simon Cooke 53/ZFP 1 21 96/BFD 54 225.0
    47. 52 USA 1222 Marx Bros Etchells Chris Marx / Tom Marx / Dan Ronan 78/ZFP 59 15 4 70 226.0
    48. 98 USA 1398 Firing Line Etchells Bruce Burton / Glenn Burton / Jon Easley 63 32 9 66 56 226.0
    49. 23 USA 1199 USA 1199 Etchells W. Jay Mills / Christopher Constant / William J. Mills III / Luke Reich 96/BFD 9 29 14 80 228.0
    50. 7 USA 1307 Nemesis Etchells Jeff Nehms / Bill Johns / Tim Banks 55 49 68 16 43 231.0
    51. 21 USA 1221 Riva Etchells Wade Edwards / Timo Platt / Ben Newman 51/ZFP 33 33 50 66 233.0
    52. 85 USA 1285 Midlife Crisis Etchells Bruce Golison / Bill Lynn / Richard Clarke / Dina Corsi 52 58 7 96/BFD 39 252.0
    53. 2 UAE 1400 African Queen Etchells Jan Muysken / Gavin Brady / Brad Farrand 56 42 61 11 82 252.0
    54. 84 AUS 1384 Panther Etchells Steve O'Rourke / Terry Yuill / Burke Melia 88 35 36 30 65 254.0
    55. 75 USA 1375 1375 Etchells Argyle Campbell / Robert Kinney / Payson Infelise 92/ZFP 15 49 36 64 256.0
    56. 95 AUS 1395 Should'a Gone Left Etchells Peter Coleman / Iain Gartley / Wayne Dixon 24 62 85 45 40 256.0
    57. 30 USA 1300 USA 1300 Etchells Michael Dressell / Ernie Pomerleau / Chris Morgan / Justin Callahan 65 72 84 10 29 260.0
    58. 70 USA 971 Miss Murphy Etchells Kjeld Hestehave / Ian Storer / Lynne Shore 39 34 74 68 55 270.0
    59. 3 SUI 1403 No Dramas Etchells James (Seamus) McHugh / Andy Beadsworth / Simon Fry 23 96/BFD 96/DSQ 21 36 272.0
    60. 43 GBR 1407 Ice Etchells Andrew Cooper / James Downer / Robert O'Leary 64 45 54 31 79 273.0
    61. 44 USA 944 Firefly Etchells Meredith Carroll / Peter Carroll / Allan Terhune / Mitchell Callahan 47 88 34 47 58 274.0
    62. 36 USA 1363 Untouchable Etchells Justin Palm / Chris Clark / Tom Dawson 57 79 73 63 9 281.0
    63. 27 CAN 1327 Blackadder Etchells Andrew Cumming / Brian Kamilar / Eric Aronsohn / Victor Diaz de Leon 41 96/BFD 27 54 63 281.0
    64. 22 AUS 1022 Screaming Plum Etchells Doug Kerr / Greg Kerr / Luke Paterson 52/ZFP 61 41 56 75 285.0
    65. 67 CAN 968 JRWOneDesign Etchells Jerry Wendt / Alex Baker / Mike Nichol 70 85/ZFP 44 64 25 288.0
    66. 99 AUS 1399 Thats Life Etchells Ian Crisp / Marcus Sill / Fergus Forbes 28 51 65 70 84 298.0
    67. 93 GBR 992 China Wight Etchells Nicholas Stagg / Kim Ridge / David Bedford 54 47 63 58 78 300.0
    68. 51 AUS 511 Grand V Etchells Gordon Hinds / Stephen Ingate / Nicholas Ingate 96/DSQ 67 52 55 31 301.0
    69. 32 AUS 932 Karabos Etchells Paul Garaty / Dean Blatchford / Richard Allanson 11 53 57 96/DSQ 87 304.0
    70. 74 USA 1085 Cougar Etchells Ethan Doyle / Will Graves / Matt Szala 77 69 70 26 74 316.0
    71. 63 AUS 963 The Rat Etchells Grantham Kitto / Bradley Moore / Tim Ward / Rachel Mullins 81 52 47 65 71 316.0
    72. 49 BER 1249 Thrash Etchells Tim Patton / Peter Martin / Jason Owen 31 75 71 79 61 317.0
    73. 60 USA 1260 Playmaker Etchells Alan Kelly / Jonathan Forsberg / Robbie Brown 75 55 59 51 77 317.0
    74. 13 USA 1313 Crapshoot Etchells Patricia Stadel / Ralph Carpenter / Andrew Coldicutt 76 76 75 57 35 319.0
    75. 82 USA 1212 Carina Etchells Jonathan Nye / Ray Harrington / Karl Fjeld 96/DNF 68 79 15 62 320.0
    76. 19 USA 819 Make Mine a Double Etchells Jeff Borland / Reid McLaughlin / Brian Robinson 35 48 78 96/BFD 67 324.0
    77. 86 AUS 868 Yandoo XX Etchells Jeanne-Claude Strong / Neville Wittey / Marcus Burke / Tiana Wittey 51 71 60 60 83 325.0
    78. 65 AUS 1165 Kirribilli Etchells Doug Flynn / Alex Flynn / Andy Green 96/RET 63 77 76 17 329.0
    79. 81 USA 1301 Mary Ann Etchells Peter Shumaker / Lindsey Horvat / Kenneth Flaska 84 60 38 72 76 330.0
    80. 56 GBR 1329 Stampede Etchells Rob Goddard / Scott Findley / Nigel Wakefield 79 78 43 77 68 345.0
    81. 83 NZL 1083 Echelon Etchells Gavin Gerrard / Richard Bouzaid / Ross Bannan / Troy Bannan 85 80 64 22 96/DNF 347.0
    82. 10 USA 1103 Indefinitely Etchells Todd Lalumiere / Matthew Lalumiere / Charlie Lalumiere 44 65 83 75 88 355.0
    83. 71 USA 1371 1371 Etchells Ken Womack / Watt Duffy / Cary Trapani 72 86 62 87 53 360.0
    84. 59 USA 1238 Whirlwind Etchells Christopher Brady / Catherine Guiader / James McKenna / Melissa Deveney 53 84 53 86 96/DNF 372.0
    85. 90 USA 1097 Eduardo Especial Etchells Ed Holt / Ernest Freeland / Sarah Russell 96/BFD 66 66 88 59 375.0
    86. 61 USA 1061 Panache Etchells Paul V. McLaughlin / Rob Gorman / Wayne Huntley 62 56 91 82 86 377.0
    87. 28 USA 1328 Hat Trick Etchells Mark Toso / Terry Naylon / Joshua Toso 87 74 86 67 73 387.0
    88. 57 USA 575 Perezoso Etchells Mark Luckes / Rick Humphrey / Josh White 68 81 81 69 90 389.0
    89. 34 HKG 1344 Mind the Bumps Etchells John Breen / Denis Martinet / Mike Huang / Chandler Gregoire 82 83 87 59 85 396.0
    90. 31 CAN 931 Impudence Etchells David Lowther / Anthony Lowther / Andrew Lowther 69 89 88 85 91 422.0
    91. 14 NZL 1114 Windward Etchells Charles Maud / Luke Carter / Scott Clark 90 87 92 83 72 424.0
    92. 24 AUS 1124 Gumption Etchells Michael Morris / Geoff Masters / Joshua Singh / Maclean Paton 86 85 93 81 89 434.0
    93. 25 AUS 1025 Walk on Water Etchells Glenn Norton / Peter Rattray / Richard Hodgson 89 82 90 80 96/DNF 437.0
    94. 54 USA 54 Christine Francis Etchells Daniel Smith / Sara Smith / Gregory Hoyt 96/DNF 96/DNC 89 84 81 446.0
    95. 1 AUS 401 Ozzi Etchells Al Harrison / Ian Staples / Brady Lowe 83 90 94 89 96/DNC 452.0
 
 

 


Protest Filing Report as of 27/Jun/2014 @ 04:52 AM

 

No. Race # Protesting   Protested Reason Hearing Status Jury Decision
1.   Stampede (GBR 1329) vs Panache (USA 1061) practice race near windward mark   Closed Panache DSQ
2.   Panache (USA 1061) vs Stampede (GBR 1329) see protest #1   Closed Panache DSQ
3. 1 The Hole Way (AUS 1306) vs Appreciation (USA 1296) Protest withdrawn   Closed protest withdrawn
4. 1 The Hole Way (AUS 1306) vs Redress - Race Committee "Z" flag penalty   Closed redress denied
5. 1 Race Committee vs Thrash (BER 1249) collision with starboard end RC boat at Race #1 start 04:30PM Closed no penalty
6. 1 Stampede (GBR 1329) vs Grand V (AUS 511) approaching first windward mark   Closed Grand V DSQ
7. 1 Crapshoot (USA 1313) vs Kirribilli (AUS 1165) Protest withdrawn   Closed protest withdrawn
8. 1 Grand V (AUS 511) vs Stampede (GBR 1329) see protest #6   Closed Grand V DSQ
9. 1 CAN 1396 (CAN 1396) vs Redress - Race Committee "Z" flag penalty   Closed redress granted (no Z penalty)
10. 1 RX2 (HKG 1269) vs Redress - Race Committee "Z" flag penalty   Closed redress denied
11. 1 Race Committee vs Ozzi (AUS 401) Jury protesting bow #01. See protest #5. 04:30PM Closed no penalty
12. 3 KGB (USA 1308) vs No Dramas (SUI 1403) room at gate mark   Closed No Dramas DSQ
13. 4 KGB (USA 1308) vs Karabos (AUS 932) tacking in zone at windward mark   Closed Karabos DSQ
 

 

Kilwell - 1T Clewring AC72Barz Optics - Floaters

Related Articles

America's Cup - Arbitration Panel Hearing over Kiwi Qualifier for July
ACEA CEO, Russell Coutts has confirmed that the Arbitration Panel will hold its first Hearing in July. In a yet to be published interview in Sail-World, America’s Cup Events Authority CEO, Russell Coutts has confirmed that the Arbitration Panel will hold its first Hearing in July. This is the first official indication that the three person Arbitration Panel had even been formed, however Sail-World’s sources indicated that it had been empanelled since last January, possibly earlier.
Posted on 27 May
Rio 2016 - The Qualification Games - Part 2
Yachting NZ's refusal to nominate in three classes won in the first round of 2016 Olympic Qualification is unprecedented Yachting New Zealand's refusal to nominate in three classes won in the first round of 2016 Olympic Qualification is without precedent. Subject to Appeal, the Kiwis have signaled that they will reject 30% of the positions gained in the ISAF World Sailing Championships in Santander in 2014.
Posted on 22 May
Gladwell's Line - World Sailing changes tack after IOC windshift
Over the past year, we've given the International Sailing Federation (now re-badged as World Sailing) a bit of stick Over the past year, we've given the International Sailing Federation (now re-badged as World Sailing) a bit of stick. Every blow well earned over issues such as the pollution at Rio, the Israeli exclusion abomination plus a few more. But now World Sailing is getting it right.
Posted on 21 May
Rio 2016 - The Qualification Games - Part 1
Antipodean selection shenanigans aside, the Qualification system for the Rio Olympics appears to be achieving its goals Antipodean selection shenanigans aside, the Qualification system for the Rio Olympics appears to be achieving goals set in the Olympic Commission report of 2010. Around 64 countries are expected to be represented in Rio de Janeiro in August. That is a slight increase on Qingdao and Weymouth, but more importantly a full regional qualification system is now in place
Posted on 19 May
Taming the beast-a conversation with Stuart Meurer of Parker Hannifin
While AC72 cats were fast, they difficult to control, so Oracle partnered with Parker Hannifin to innovate a better way. If you watched videos of the AC72s racing in the 34th America’s Cup (2013), you’re familiar with the mind-boggling speeds that are possible when wingsail-powered catamarans switch from displacement sailing to foiling mode. While foiling is fast, there’s no disguising the platform’s inherent instability. Now, Oracle Team USA has teamed up with Parker Hannifin to innovate a better way.
Posted on 18 May
From foiling Moths to Olympic starting lines-a Q&A with Bora Gulari
Bora Gulari’s is representing the USA at the Rio 2016 Olympics in the Nacra 17 class, along with teammate Louisa Chafee. Bora Gulari (USA) has made a strong name for himself within high-performance sailing circles, with wins at the 2009 and 2013 Moth Worlds. In between, he broke the 30-knort barrier and was the 2009 US SAILING Rolex Yachtsman of the Year. His latest challenge is representing the USA at the Rio 2016 Olympics in the Nacra 17 class as skipper, along with his teammate Louisa Chafee.
Posted on 12 May
Concern for Zika at Rio Olympics is now deadly serious
Alphabet soup is one description that has thus far not been used for either Guanabara Bay, Alphabet soup is one description that has thus far not been used for either Guanabara Bay, or the Rio Olympics. Many others have, and they were apt, but things have changed. So here now we have a situation where one man, Associate Professor Amir Attaran, who does have a more than decent string of letters after his name, is bringing nearly as many facts to bear as references at the article's end
Posted on 12 May
Zhik - The brand born of a notion, not its history
here is probably every reason that ocean rhymes with notion. Zhik’s tagline is officially marketed as Made For Water There is probably every reason that ocean rhymes with notion. Zhik’s tagline has been officially marketed as Made For Water, and this is precisely what the company has done for the last eight years before the succinct and apt strapline came from out of R&D and into mainstream visibility.
Posted on 8 May
Shape of next Volvo Ocean Race revealed at Southern Spars - Part 1
Southern Spars has been confirmed as the supplier of spars for the 2017-18 Volvo Ocean Race. In mid-April, Race Director, Jack Lloyd and Stopover Manager Richard Mason outlined the changes expected for the 40,000nm Race during a tour of Southern Spars 10,000sq metre specialist spar construction facility. A total of up to seven boats is expected to enter, but time is running out for the construction of any new boats.
Posted on 3 May
Sailing in the Olympics beyond 2016 - A double Olympic medalist's view
Bruce Kendall takes a look at what he believes Sailing needs to do to survive beyond the 2016 Olympics. Gold and Bronze medalist and multiple world boardsailing/windsurfer champion, Bruce Kendall takes a look at what he believes Sailing needs to do to survive beyond the 2016 Olympics. A key driver is the signalled intention by the International Olympic Committee to select a basket of events that will be contested.
Posted on 29 Apr