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Hobie 16 and Hobie 20 North American Championships day 3

by Rich McVeigh on 21 Jun 2012
Day 3 - Hobie 16 and Hobie 20 North American Championships 2012 © www.pressure-drop.us
Hobie 16 and Hobie 20 North American Championships 2012, hosted by Sausalito Yacht Club, third day delivered 75 degrees, full sun and 15-25 knots of wind. San Francisco Bay provided amazing sailing conditions today with epic views of Alcatraz and the San Francisco city front.

Racing started at approximately 11:30 AM in 15 knots. The wind increased as the day went on with the third race of the day sailed in 20-25 knots. We had a strong flood tide all day and starting was a challenge, with most of the fleet dip starting. USA76 from the last cup and AC45 Red Bull visited us on the course today. Competitors all got a close up on the AC45 as they crossed the course.

In the 16 class Enrique Figueroa/Christian Maysonet (PUR) continue to dominate with nine bullets followed by Francisco Figueroa/Jolliam Berrios (PUR). In the 20 class Mark Lewis/Tiffany Lewis (USA) continue to lead followed by Phil Collins/Bev Collins (USA)

Hobie 16 Results - Top ten:

Sail  

Boat  

Skipper

 1 

 2 

 3 

 4 

 5 

 6 

 7 

 8 

 9 

Total

Pos

20  

  

Enrique (Quique) Figueroa/
Christian Maysonet  

[1]  

1  

1  

1  

1  

1  

1  

1  

1  

8  

1  

PUR 340  

Heineken  

Francisco Figueroa/
Jolliam Berrios  

2  

5  

4  

5  

3  

4  

[14]  

2  

7  

32  

2  

113582  

  

Marcos Ferrari/
Priscila Ralisch  

5  

7  

6  

4  

[8]  

3  

3  

3  

6  

37  

3  

113542  

BIS  

Felipe Frey/
Geisa Lira  

7  

13  

7  

9  

2  

2  

2  

7  

[35/OCS]  

49  

4  

113519  

Exodus  

Keki Figeuroa/
Natalia Olivero  

14  

2  

2  

[17]  

9  

8  

7  

5  

5  

52T  

5  

112131  

  

Jeffrey Newsome/
Michelle Eatough  

13  

11  

8  

3  

4  

6  

5  

[14]  

2  

52T  

6  

112187  

African Cat  

Mark Modderman/
Ryan Flanigan  

9  

10  

3  

[24]  

7  

10  

9  

4  

3  

55  

7  

113764  

  

Eric Raybon/
Dan Rodriguez  

4  

3  

[35/DNF]  

8  

5  

21  

8  

9  

4  

62  

8  

112285  

  

Rich McVeigh/
Carol Hilk  

12  

12  

5  

10  

[17]  

5  

11  

10  

11  

76  

9  

113619  

Time Warp  

Peter Nelson/
Laura Sullivan  

[20]  

8  

9  

7  

6  

13  

4  

18  

14  

79  

10  


Hobie 20 Results - Top ten:
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Sail  

Boat  

Skipper

 1 

 2 

 3 

 4 

 5 

 6 

 7 

 8 

Total

Pos

986  

  

Mark Lewis/
Tiffany Lewis  

[17/DNF]  

1  

1  

1  

1  

2  

1  

1  

8  

1  

994  

  

Phil Collins/
Beverly Collins  

2  

[5]  

3  

2  

2  

4  

4  

2  

19  

2  

935  

Nemesis  

Mark Zimmer/
Kim Cooper  

3  

4  

2  

5  

5  

3  

7  

[17/DNC]  

29  

3  

1015  

  

George Pedrick/
Gene Harris  

1  

3  

4  

[17/DNS]  

17/DNC  

1  

2  

3  

31  

4  

111  

Carpe Diem  

Tim Parsons/
Jane Parsons  

[17/OCS]  

2  

6  

8  

3  

5  

5  

4  

33  

5  

1021  

Wave Rider  

Rolf Jaeger/
Frank Bartek  

5  

[11]  

9  

4  

4  

9  

3  

6  

40  

6  

70  

  

Rafi Yahalom/
Dafna Brown  

8  

6  

7  

3  

[17/DNF]  

8  

10  

5  

47  

7  

926  

  

Bart Beck/
Ian Bouchier  

4  

7  

5  

10  

6  

[17/OCS]  

11  

10  

53  

8  

982  

Addiction  

Stephen Reese/
Chris Cosner  

7  

[17/DNF]  

17/DNC  

11  

8  

6  

8  

8  

65  

9  

1020  

  

Michael Spitz/
Dirk Jagdmann  

9  

8  

[17/DNC]  

7  

17/DNF  

17/DNC  

6  

9  

73  

10