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Offshore PHRF Series features 69 boats at Cleveland Race Week

by Christopher E. Howell 23 Jun 2014 00:02 PDT 13-22 June 2014

Cleveland Race Week concluded its 10-day event with 69 boats competing in the PHRF Offshore Series. The "Big Boat" portion of the regatta began Thursday night with beautiful breeze on Lake Erie, and continued Friday night with lighter air. Friday featured a finish line at the William G. Mather steamship in the heart of downtown Cleveland's harbor. Both Saturday and Sunday's races took place under sunny skies and winds that started on the low end each day but built in the afternoon.

The winners in the 11 Classes are:

  • PHRF Spin A: Flat Stanley, John McSweeney, 2-[4]-1-1-1-1-2-1, 9pts
  • PHRF Spin B: Black Seal, Seth Young, 2-1-1-2-2-[3], 8pts
  • PHRF Spin C: Fever, William Odell, [7/RET]-3-1-1-1-2, 8pts
  • PHRF Spin D: TY-LEE, Jay Hawkins, 1-1-[3]-1-1-1, 5pts
  • PHRF Spin E: it, Sminchak/Moose, 1-1-1-1-[3]-2, 6pts
  • PHRF Spin F: Cracker, Taylor Sackett, 1-[2]-2-1-1-2-1-2, 10pts
  • PHRF Spin G: Wizard, Jeff Mackay, 1-[3]-1-1-2-2-3-1, 11pts
  • PHRF Spin H: Hardtack, George Raynor, [2]-1-1-1-1-1-1-1, 7pts
  • JAM A: Bonafide, Dave Krotseng, [7/DNC]-1-3-1-1- 3-1, 10pts
  • JAM B: Vanquish, Kim Oleski, 2-1-2-[4]-1-1-2, 9pts
  • JAM C: Epic, Bryan Bradley, 1-[2]-1-2-1-1-1, 7pts
For complete information, visit www.clevelandraceweek.com. Photos are available on the Cleveland Race Week Facebook page.

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