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Trophies and honors bestowed at CYC Race to Mackinac Awards Dinner By Rachelle Treiber, 10:05 AM Fri 11 Nov 2011
At the 2011 Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac Awards Dinner, a sell-out crowd of close to four-hundred sailors, guests, and other sailing community members turned out to honor fellow sailors. The evening’s theme was ‘A Celebration of Our Community’ with the Dinner taking place on the 5th November in the Crystal Ballroom of the Hyatt Regency Chicago. ...[more]


Mackinac boat Sociable honored with Arthur B. Hanson Rescue Medal By Jake Fish, 7:23 AM Fri 11 Nov 2011
US Sailing has awarded the Arthur B. Hanson Rescue Medal to the crew of Sociable in Portsmouth, Rhode Island for their rescue of six sailors from the yacht WingNuts which capsized on Lake Michigan in the midst of a storm during the Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac on the night of July 17-18, 2011. ...[more]


US Sailing releases independent study concerning CYC Race to Mackinac By Rachelle Treiber, , 6:04 AM Sun 30 Oct 2011
US Sailing, the national governing body for sailing, has published findings related to two deaths which occurred during the 103rd Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac. The findings were contained in a detailed 70-page report authored by an independent panel, and are posted online. ...[more]


Mackinac awards dinner announcement By Greg Freeman, , 6:42 AM Wed 28 Sep 2011
Dear Skippers, Sailors, Family and Friends of the Mackinac Race: You are all cordially invited to attend the 2011 Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac Awards Dinner – A Celebration of Our Community. The dinner will be held on Saturday, November 5, 2011 in the Crystal Ballroom of the Hyatt Regency Chicago, 151 East Wacker Drive, Chicago. ...[more]


Clark DeRoy Trophy and the Point Betsie Trophy Winners By Rachelle Treiber, , 5:34 AM Sat 10 Sep 2011
The Chicago Yacht Club Mackinac Committee has announced that Natalie J, owned by Dr. Philip D. O’Niel III of Bloomfield Hills, MI, is the winner of the 2011 Clark DeRoy Trophy. The Trophy is awarded to the yacht with the lowest combined corrected time for the Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac and the Bayview Yacht Club Race to Mackinac. ...[more]


Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac final results posted By Greg Freeman, 4:58 AM Fri 2 Sep 2011
The Chicago Yacht Club has now posted the 103rd Race to Mackinac scoring final results. Fellow Mac Racers: We are pleased to announce that after a great deal of manual labor, including a manual review of all of the original results and manually rescoring the race, the final results for the 2011 Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac, presented by Veuve Clicquot, are now on our website. ...[more]


Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac scoring - Final results posted By Greg Freeman, 12:34 AM Fri 2 Sep 2011
Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac final results are now available. Chicago Yacht Club have provided details of the process used to rescore the race: We are pleased to announce that after a great deal of manual labor, including a manual review of all of the original results and manually rescoring the race, the final results for the 2011 Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac are now on our website ...[more]


Chicago Yacht Club asks US SAILING to review Mackinac 2011 By Chicago Yacht Club, 6:09 AM Sat 30 Jul 2011
After two sailors’ lives were lost during the recent Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac, Commodore Joseph Haas of the Chicago Yacht Club, the race’s organizer, asked US SAILING to conduct an independent study of what happened. On July 28 Gary Jobson, the President of US SAILING, appointed the Independent Review Panel for the 2011 Mackinac Race, and directed it to consider what lessons might ...[more]


Chicago Mackinac 20111 - Jugband - the race of a lifetime By Sean Palizza, Lake Michigan , 3:58 PM Fri 29 Jul 2011
The 103rd Race to Mackinac will forever stand in my memory as one of the greatest times I have ever had on the water. Being implanted and in many ways adopted by the rag-tag crew of Jugband, I was able to witness the drive, dedication and constant second-guessing that goes into off-shore racing. And was lucky enough to also witness the sheer bliss and moments of ineffable gratitude that accompany ...[more]


First Goat wins 2011 Chicago-Mackinac Trophy Division By Race to Mackinac - event media, 2:41 PM Wed 27 Jul 2011
Three classic Great Lakes 70’s John Nedeau's Windancer, Lance Smotherman's Details and Bill Martin's Stripes swept the podium in the Turbo class of the 103rd running of the Chicago Yacht Club's Race to Mackinac presented by Veuve Clicquot. John Nedeau is the granddaddy of the Old Goats Society, in fact the 80 year old sailor this year sailed in his record 64th Chicago Mackinac race. ...[more]


Chicago-Mackinac Race—100 Knots and Off the Clock By ., 6:00 AM Wed 20 Jul 2011
Hearing that it’s windy and rainy is one thing. Hearing that water is vaporizing all around you is a completely different tale of horror. Descriptions of the 'strobing' lightning and 'white water everywhere' are on an entirely different level than anything that racing sailors in North America have seen in many, many decades. ...[more]


Press Conference with Chicago Yacht Club's Greg Freeman By Chicago Yacht Club, 2:43 AM Wed 20 Jul 2011
Chicago Yacht Club's 103rd Race to Mackinac. Press Conference audio - Greg Freeman, Chair of the Race to Mackinac Comittee ...[more]


Chicago-Mackinac Race—State of the Race By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, , 8:02 AM Tue 19 Jul 2011
The sun is shining here on Mackinac Island, and a gentle breeze is flowing out of the south-southwest, helping to deliver the remaining 150 boats that are still racing to this picturesque island. To date, 148 boats have finished race, and 36 boats have withdrawn due either to the lashing, violent winds of last night’s vicious storm. ...[more]


A Sad Day on Mackinac Island By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, 5:02 AM Tue 19 Jul 2011
Distance racing is truly a strange sport. Boats can start at similar times and—depending on their speed and the direction that they sail—experience completely different sets of conditions. Such was the case with this year’s Chicago—Mackinac Race. ...[more]


Chicago-Mackinac Race—A Tale of Two Races By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, 3:03 AM Tue 19 Jul 2011
For the 350 boats racing in this year’s Chicago-Mac Race, the sailing truly was a tale of two distinctly different races, governed entirely by when boats finished sailing.Vessels that finished sailing prior to Sunday night’s horrible storm reported Champagne-sailing conditions. Mother Nature, however, was not kind to boats that finished later after the storm swept the course. ...[more]


Statement from Chicago Yacht Club on Race Deaths By Chicago Yacht Club, Chicago , 1:56 AM Tue 19 Jul 2011
As of Monday, July 18, it has been confirmed by the U. S. Coast Guard and it is with great regret that the Chicago Yacht Club acknowledges the deaths of two sailors who were competing in the 2011 Chicago Yacht Club’s Race to Mackinac. ...[more]


Chicago-Mackinac Race—Mac Finishes By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, , 10:19 PM Mon 18 Jul 2011
The Chicago Yacht Club's 103rd Race to Mackinac, presented by Veuve Clicquot—While the early reports involved tales of downhill sailing, boats arriving later in the evening were dealt a catastrophic bag of conditions, covering the gamut of light stuff to a severe Midwestern thunderstorm that delivered sheet lightning, peak winds in the mid-40s and torrential rain. ...[more]


Chicago-Mackinac Race—Mac Finishes By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, 10:19 PM Mon 18 Jul 2011
The Chicago Yacht Club's 103rd Race to Mackinac, presented by Veuve Clicquot—While the early reports involved tales of downhill sailing, boats arriving later in the evening were dealt a catastrophic bag of conditions, covering the gamut of light stuff to a severe Midwestern thunderstorm that delivered sheet lightning, peak winds in the mid-40s and torrential rain. ...[more]


Chicago-Mackinac Race—Windquest powers to victory By ., 6:10 AM Mon 18 Jul 2011
Distance racing is truly a strange sport. Boats can start at similar times and—depending on their speed and the direction that they sail—experience completely different sets of conditions. Such was the case with this year’s Chicago—Mackinaw Race. ...[more]


Chicago-Mackinac Race—The New Old Fashioned Way By David Schmidt, Seattle , 4:23 AM Mon 18 Jul 2011
The Chicago Yacht Club's 103rd Race to Mackinac, presented by Veuve Clicquot—Believe it or not, there was a day—not so long ago—when the Internet did not rule people’s lives. True, information moved slower, but the pace of life was also a bit slower then as well (example: horses, not cars). ...[more]


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