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Sally Barkow is the top U.S. match racer

by Dave Perry on 30 Apr 2013
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Sally Barkow (Nashotah, WI), winner of the Carlos Aguilar Grade 2 Open Match in the U.S. Virgin Islands, is the number one ranked U.S. match racer. Second is Don Wilson (Chicago, IL), winner of the Richardson Cup and third is Dustin Durant (Long Beach, CA), who will be representing the U.S. at the ISAF Nations Cup Grand Finale in Denmark in August.

David Storrs (Southport, CT) is sixth, winner of the Long Island Sound Match Racing Championship, followed by Stephanie Roble (East Troy, WI) with a seventh place finish at the Carlos Aguilar, and Mike Quaglio who sails out of the Oakcliff Sailing Center in Oyster Bay, NY.

Anna Tunnicliffe (Plantation, FL), Barkow and Genny Tulloch (San Francisco, CA) remain the top three US women match racers.

Nicole Breault (San Francisco) and Sandy Hayes (Scituate, MA) move into the number six and seven spots, Breault on the strength of her win in the California Dreamin’ Series, and Hayes with her win at the Nations Cup Regional Qualifier, making her the US women’s representative at the Grand Finale in Denmark in August.

Open Rankings
1. Sally Barkow
2. Donald Wilson
3. Dustin Durant
4. Dave Perry
5. Christopher Poole
6. David Storrs
7. Stephanie Roble
8. Mike Quaglio
9. Brad Funk
10. Jonathan Singsen

Women Rankings
1. Anna Tunnicliffe
2. Sally Barkow
3. Genny Tulloch
4. Stephanie Roble
5. Becca Dellenbaugh
6. Nicole Breault
7. Sandy Hayes
8. Maegan Ruhlman
9. Andrea Cabito
10. Shala Lawrence
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