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NYYC Invitational Cup - RCYC crew successfully defends title

by Barby MacGowan on 15 Sep 2013
DARING, Bow # 05, Royal Canadian YC, Skipper: Terry McLaughlin, Tactician: John Hele, Type: Swan 42, Length: 42.58 ft - NYYC Invitational Cup 2013 © Rolex/Daniel Forster http://www.regattanews.com
The Royal Canadian Yacht Club team from Toronto has claimed victory in the 2013 New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup presented by Rolex, successfully defending the title they first won in 2011 during the second edition of this biennial Corinthian event.

The Canadian team had moved into the lead on the penultimate day of racing, displacing the American team from Larchmont Yacht Club who had held the overall lead for the first three days of the five-day event.


Royal Canadian Yacht Club will be celebrated for their win of 2013 New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup presented by Rolex during the evening’s awards ceremony when they will be presented with a Rolex timepiece.

FINAL RESULTS
Position, Team, Country, Points Total

1. Royal Canadian YC, CAN, 14-7-9-1-1-1-1-1-3-7, 45
2. Larchmont YC, USA, 2-2-2-16-3-4-5.1-2-1-14, 51.1
3. Royal Thames YC, GBR, 3-6.3-16-2-11-24-6-5-8, 63.3
4. Royal Cork YC, IRL, 7-7.8-7-6-5-10-8-11-10-6, 77.8
5. Royal Southern YC, GBR, 5-17-5-14-6-10-13-10-9-2, 91
6. Japan Sailing Federation, JPN, 4-1-10-10-10-7-11-16-8-15, 92
7. Seattle YC, USA, 9.2-12-14-7-2-3-2-12-19-12, 92.2
8. YC Argentino, ARG, 18-16-13-4-19-13-7-3-2-1, 96
9. New York YC, USA, 8-13-6-5-4-18-17-8-7-11, 97
10. Cruising YC of Australia, AUS, 15-9-12-15-8-5-5-9-18-5, 101
11. Royal Prince Alfred YC, AUS, 1-5-1-11-18-21-6-7-15-19, 104
12. Royal Yacht Squadron, GBR, 9-6-5-13-20-8-12-5-12-17, 107
13. The San Francisco YC, USA, 12-11-4-3-15-21-14-13-4-13, 110
14. Yacht Club Italiano, ITA, 10-19-9-18-7-9-21-4-13-3, 113
15. Royal Hong Kong YC, HKG, 13-3-17-8-20-14-3-17-6-16, 117
16. Royal Freshwater Bay YC, AUS, 6-5-19-12-9-16-16-19-11-10, 123
17. Royal Belgian SC, BEL, 11-8-11-9-17-11-15-18-16-18, 134
18. Nylandska Jaktklubben, FIN, 16-13.9-18-19-17-6-9-14-17-9, 138.9
19. RCN de Barcelona, ESP, 17-18-15-17-12-17-10-15-20-20, 161
20. Royal Swedish YC, SWE, 21-16-20-21-14-12-21-20-14-4, NYYC website

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