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J/22 Midwinter Championship - A Dazzler of an early lead

by Christopher E. Howell on 1 Mar 2013
2013 J22 Midwinter Championship race day 1 Christopher Howell
At the J/22 Midwinter Championship in Tampa, Florida, Allan Terhune of Arnold, MD helmed Dazzler to the lead on day one. Ideal conditions greeted competitors from fifteen teams at Davis Island Yacht Club, with breeze starting at six knots and building all day to sixteen, under sunny skies and temperatures in the low 70s.

Four races were completed, and Terhune notched a line of 3,1,4,1 for 9 overall points. Chris Doyle’s The Jug 4 1 trails by two points, and Casey Lambert’s Blackburn Marine Racing holds the third position with 15 points.

Doyle began the regatta with a victory, followed by Art Silcox’s Folka and Terhune. Then it was Terhune’s turn to grab the win, with Richard Heausler’s Fast Company and Doyle rounding out the top three. As the winds built, Doyle excelled to take race three, with Lambert and Silcox close behind. Terhune ended the day successfully, with Lambert again in second and Terry Flynn’s Tejas in third.

Racing continues through Saturday, and nine total races are planned.











J/22 (15 boats) - Series Standing - Four races scored

Information is provisional and subject to modification
Regatta results last updated: Thursday, February 28, 2013 2:51:34 PM CDT

Bow/Sail  

Boat  

Skipper

Hometown

 

 1 

 2 

 3 

 4 

 

Total

Pos

16 / USA 1586  

Dazzler  

Allan Terhune, Jr/
Katie Terhune
Jeff Linton
Louise Neuberger  

Arnold, MD  

 

3  

1  

4  

1  

 

9  

1  

11 / 1649  

The Jug 4 1  

Chris Doyle/
Will Harris  

Kenmore, New York  

 

1  

3  

1  

6  

 

11  

2  

18 / 307  

Blackburn Marine Racing  

Casey Lambert/
Evan Smith
Jesse Fulmer  

Seabrook, Texas  

 

5  

6  

2  

2  

 

15  

3  

19 / 1546  

FOLKA  

Art Silcox/
Mike Waters
John Ebken  

West River, Maryland  

 

2  

7  

3  

8  

 

20  

4  

23 / USA 707  

Tejas  

Terry Flynn/
Matt Romberg
Will Jeffers  

League City, TX  

 

4  

8  

8  

3  

 

23  

5  

17 / 754  

  

Chris Wientjes  

Metairie, LA  

 

10  

5  

5  

5  

 

25  

6  

24 / 1094  

Moonlighting  

RJ Moon/
Bill Stuart
Travis Odenbach  

Charlottesville, VA  

 

9  

4  

9  

7  

 

29  

7  

12 / USA 978  

Blind Pig  

Ryan Flack/
James Thompspn
Trey Rose  

Fenton, MI  

 

11  

11  

6  

4  

 

32  

8  

22 / 1534  

due over  

Tom Linville/
Bill Dutcher
Joe Glennon  

Weems, VA  

 

6  

10  

7  

10  

 

33  

9  

20 / 1043  

Fast Company  

Richard Heausler/
Kett Cummins
Bill Weinbacker  

New Orleans, LA  

 

13  

2  

11  

9  

 

35  

10  

28 / 1078  

  

James Rawlings/
Chris Wilson
Greg Skinner  

Washington, DC  

 

7  

13  

13  

11  

 

44  

11  

27 / 1261  

Hot Ruddered Bum  

Galen Freeman/
Tony Giarratana
Won Choi  

Brentwood, TN  

 

8  

9  

15  

14  

 

46  

12  

29 / 238  

Eve 'n Keeled  

Jennifer Grant/
Kerrie Serpa
Jennifer Grant
Samuel Grant  

Destin, FL  

 

12  

12  

14  

12  

 

50  

13  

21 / 1038  

Slingshot  

Kurt Swanson  

Media, Pennsylvania  

 

14  

14  

12  

13  

 

53  

14  

26 / 59  

Jabberwocky  

Karen Jacobi/
Jeremiah Laureano
Dan Kresge  

Riverview, FL  

 

15  

15  

10  

15  

 

55  

15  


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