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Etchells World Championship 2011 - All ready

by Etchells Worlds on 6 Jun 2011
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The Etchells Worlds Championship 2011 will be sailed from June 6th to 11th in San Diego (USA). The Organizing Authority is the San Diego Yacht Club in conjunction with the Etchells 13 Fleet.

Under bright blue skies Sunday began with a skippers meeting led by PRO Bill Stump outside of the SDYC Malin Burnham Sailing Center in front of an audience of several hundred Etchells sailors, regatta and race committee volunteers.

About half the fleet participated in the May ORCA Bowl regatta which served as a warm up event with similar race conditions and course layout. The boats were all in the water and on tow lines by about 10:00 AM headed out four miles southeast to the race course location for a day of practice starts and races.

San Diego Yacht Club has transformed Etchells sailing headquarters, and the competition is ready to explode on Monday with the first race of the series.



Competitors
 
Sail Bow Country Corinthian? Crew Skipper Crew Crew Crew
294 29 USA No 3 Larry Schmitz Mike Williams Tom Goddard  
385 38 USA Yes 3 Gary Baker Steve Racich Andy Wiser  
552 07 USA No 3 Tom Malone Andy Walker Chris Glass  
556 54 USA No 3 David Steffan Stig Osterberg Randy Nulle  
583 53 USA No 3 Kjeld Hestehave Kers Clausen John McCann  
666 66 USA Yes 3 Don Jesberg Scott Mason Zarko Draganic  
669 99 USA No 3 Ted Hardenbergh Jamie Hardenbergh Mark Hardenbergh  
674 55 USA No 3 Tom Stanford Mike Terry Jason Brooks  
706 06 USA No 4 JJ Fetter Betty Sherman Al Pleskus Erik Rogers
794 94 USA No 4 Steve Pacelli Craig Fletcher Charlie Beven Dave Servais
836 36 ITA No 3 Marco Cimarosti Barry Ault Dan Aeling  
889 88 USA No 3 Thomas Corkett Wayne Rodgers Linton Weiss  
897 97 USA No 3 Bill Melbostad Bryan Moore Steve Fentress  
904 04 USA No 3 Will Stout Artie Means Chuck Skewes  
909 09 USA Yes 3 Marshall Harrington Summer Greene Bill Ramacciotti  
926 51 USA No 4 Nico Landauer John Driscoll JP Barnes Annie Gardner
935 35 USA No 4 David Ullman John Fuller Erik Shampain David Hughes
946 46 USA Yes 3 Craig Healy Dave Gruver Keith Stahnke  
962 96 GBR No 3 Rob Goddard James Downer Dave Bedford  
966 19 USA No 3 Michael Laport Scott Gordon Jonas Kellner  
969 23 USA No 4 Chris Busch Chad Hough Chuck Sinks Doug McLean
973 73 CAN Yes 4 Kirk Palmer Karen palmer Eric Palmer Paul Longridge
977 74 USA Yes 3 Tom Oller Todd Austin Dale Scoggin  
979 79 USA No 4 Bill Hardesty Steve Hunt Maind Markee Craig Leweck
983 83 USA Yes 3 Kevin Hoyt Wally Eaton Michael VanAntwerp  
984 84 USA No 3 Steve Wright Simon Garland Mark Butler  
985 98 USA No 3 Andy La Dow Mike Dorgan Jake La Dow  
986 86 USA No 3 Bruce Nelson Mike Herlihy Pete Heck  
987 87 GBR No 3 Robert Elliott Mark Carwright Sam Richmond  
1002 02 USA Yes 3 John Chapman Bob Burns Daney Pavel  
1018 69 USA No 3 Chris Snow John Rudderham Parker Mitchell  
1025 25 AUS Yes 3 Glenn Norton Peter Wilkinson Peter Rattray  
1026 26 AUS No 3 Noel Drennan Anthony Nossiter William McCarthy  
1044 44 USA No 3 John Downing Chris Doolittle Gary Mitchell  
1058 58 NZL No 3 John Melville Stuart Molloy Cameron Horne  
1060 60 USA No 3 Dennis Conner Alex Camet Julie Servais  
1066 10 USA No 3 Jon Rogers Geoff Davis James Davis  
1069 32 USA No 4 Elizabeth Altman Dan North Vickie Matthews Harry Powell
1111 11 USA Yes 3 Patricia Stadel Ralph Carpenter Andrew Coldicutt  
1117 17 AUS No 3 Ian Anderson Carl Hancock Bruce Sutphen  
1124 24 AUS Yes 3 Michael Morris Geoff Masters Peter Loder  
1126 12 USA No 4 Rick Kaiser Gerri Whitley Chris Balliet Cate Gundlach
1137 37 USA No 3 Shannon Bush Eric Vigrass Brad Boston  
1149 14 USA No 3 John Pedlow Blaine Pedlow Craig Cooper  
1150 50 AUS Yes 3 Bill Steele Bill Pascoe JC Langlois  
1152 52 USA No 3 Keith Whittemore Kevin Downey Brian Thomas  
1168 68 USA Yes 3 Peter Vessella John Callahan Tracy Usher  
1187 47 SUI No 3 Seamus McHugh Pete McCormick Jeff Wayne  
1216 16 USA No 3 Brian Camet Daniel Camet Brian Janney  
1220 39 USA No 4 Mark Teborek Libby Teborek Colleen Duncan Matt Clark
1221 21 USA No 3 Wade Edwards Tim Platt Justin Muller  
1223 18 AUS No 3 Chris Hampton Bucky Smith Austin Sperry  
1224 22 USA No 4 Peter Sulick Jeff Linton Monica Trejo Chris Morgan
1227 27 USA No 4 Vincent Brun Ben Mitchell Brad Rodi Johannes McElvain
1234 56 USA No 4 David Levy Katie Levy Glennon Stratton  
1237 57 AUS No 3 John Savage Jean Macquet Phillip Smidmore  
1241 41 USA Yes 3 Ken Womack Eric Ellis Paolo Sheaffer  
1249 49 BER No 3 Tim Patton Knap Tony Peter Martin  
1262 62 USA No 3 Philippe Kahn Peter Phelan Eric Doyle  
1277 77 AUS No 3 Peter Colman Iain Gartley Wayne Dixon  
1278 80 AUS No 3 Michael John Hiatt Mathew Johns Benny Lamb  
1281 81 FRA Yes 4 Frederic Laffitte Janet Laffitte Joseph Williams Marion Mohler
1283 28 USA Yes 3 Andrew Whittome Ian Storer Paul Terhaar  
1285 85 USA No 3 Bruce Golison Jud Smith Bill Mais  
1293 93 AUS No 3 Ian Crisp Dick Stephens John Alexander  
1301 01 USA No 3 Peter Shumaker Ken Flaska Karl Anderson  
1305 05 USA No 3 Michael Gavin Bill Abbott Ed Furry  
1308 08 USA No 3 Senet Bischoff Benjamin Kinney John Edenbach  
1315 15 USA No 3 John Gilmour Jeff Holder Chloe Holder Doug Morss
1337 33 AUS No 4 Rupert Henry Mark Bradford Peter Burton Tyler Sinks
1343 43 AUS No 3 Nick Kingsmill Adrian Dolin Mark Hunter  
1348 48 NZL No 3 Andrew Wills Anatole Masfen Tom Saunders  
1350 30 USA No 3 Bruce Burton Glenn Burton Jonathan Easley  
1354 34 GBR No 3 David Franks Graham Sunderland Stuart Childerley  
1368 31 GRE No 3 George Andreadis Jeff Madrigali Willem Vanwaay  
1375 75 USA Yes 3 Argyle Campbell Robert Kinney Chris Raab  
1378 78 USA No 3 Marvin Beckmann Curt Oetking Watt Duffy  
1379 03 NZL No 3 Gavin Gerrard Richard Bouzaid Allan Gwyer  
1384 40 AUS No 3 Stephen Orourke Steven Backhouse Terry Yuill  
1385 42 AUS No 3 Jason Ward Brett James Damien McCaughey  
1386 45 UAE Yes 3 Jan Muysken Charlie Mann Stewart Hutcheon  
1389 89 AUS No 3 Robert Hanna Graham Taylor Adam Hawkins  
1394 20 BER No 3 Mark Watson Dirk Kneulman Andreas Josenhans


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