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2019 J/22 Midwinter Championship at Fort Walton Yacht Club - Day 1

by Julie & Christopher Howell 15 Mar 17:23 PDT 14-17 March 2019

Thirty-one J/22s have convened for the J/22 Midwinter Championship at Fort Walton Yacht Club in Fort Walton Beach, FL. Three races took place on the inaugural day in winds between 6-12 knots. Two teams are knotted up at 8 points each, both logging identical finishing orders of a first, a second and a fifth on the dayKevin Doyles Mo Money and Mike Marshalls Bad News. Jeff Todds Hot Toddy rests in third with 14 points, and Chris Princings Team Award & Sports/Evil Dr. Pork Chop is another five ticks behind in fourth.

Marshall got off to a successful start in race one, as did Chris Doyles The Jug 4 1 and David Mullers Call The Ball. Casey Lamberts Blackburn Marine Racing took line honors in the middle challenge, ahead of Kevin Doyle and Todd. Then it was Kevin Doyles turn for the win, with Marshall and Todd on his tail.

Racing continues through Sunday.

Results after Day 1:

PosBow/Sail  Boat NameSkipperClubR1R2R3Pts
1  7 / USA‑489  Mo' Money  Kevin Doyle  Youngstown Yacht Club  5  2  1    
2  20 / USA 1578  Bad News  Mike Marshall  New York Yacht Club  1  5  2    
3  30 / 1464  Hot Toddy  Jeffrey Todd  Annapolis YC  8  3  3    
4  22 / USA 1552  Team Award & Sports/Evil Dr. Pork Chop  Christopher Princing  TawasBay Yacht Club  4  7  8    
5  18 / USA 307  Blackburn Marine Racing  Casey Lambert  Lakewood Yacht Club  6  1  14    
6  6 / USA 1649  The Jug 4 1  Chris Doyle  Youngstown Yacht Club  2  9  12    
7  29 / USA 1510  Gray Duck  Allison Thompson  Wayzata Yacht Club  9  6  10    
8  21 / 669  Call The Ball  David Muller  Southern YC  3  4  19    
9  4 / 1559    NICOLE CURRAN  RIVERTON YACHT CLUB  14  10  5    
10  10 / USA1501  Pressure Drop  Mark Foster  Corpus Christi YC  7  14  9    
11  15 / 1043  Fast Company  Richard Heausler  BWYC  16  11  4    
12  32 / 754    Chris Wientjes  Noyc  11  8  16    
13  31 / 24  HNL  Doug Weakly  none  13  17  6    
14  28 / 1318  Turn Down For What  kurt taken‑holtze  Wayzata  10  16  13    
15  17 / USA 949  Corner of Sanity and Madness  Chris Junge  Eastport YC  12  27  7    
16  9 / USA 707  Repeat  Farley Fontenot  Houston Yacht Club  17  21  11    
17  16 / 239  Untamed  Ian Hunter  Fort Walton Yacht Club  18  15  20    
18  14 / 206  Why Knot?  Tom Hadel  Shreveport Yacht Club  19  13  24    
19  24 / 964  Two Dollar Pistol  James Riddle  KLSC  20  19  18    
20  25 / 365    Vincent Ruder  None  15  22  21    
21  1 / 663  Wizard  Chip Carpenter  Southern Yacht Club/Storm Trysail  26  12  22    
22  13 / 238  Eve \'n Keeled  Jennifer Grant  Fort Walton Yacht Club  22  23  15    
23  11 / USA 2  Hot Ruddered Bum  Galen Freeman  Ft Walton Yacht Club & PPYC  21  26  17    
24  12 / 892  Payaso  Karen Glass  GBCA/SSA  24  18  23    
25  5 / 1003  Cool Kids  Doug Davis  klsc  23  24  25    
26  26 / 364  Bling  Lynn Simpson  LCYC  28  20  26    
27  27 / 698  Grain H2O  John Snyder  Elk River Yacht Club  25  25  27    
28  23 / 830  Jailbird  Josh Richline  Corpus Christi Yacht Club  27  29  29    
29  3 / 216  Sweet Baby J  Phil Cooper  Lake Stockton Yacht Club  30  28  28    
30  19 / 679  Bruh  Ted LISCHER  Perry Yacht Club  29  F  C    
31  2 / 666  Moving Kinda Slo  Joseph P. Carson  Beverly Hillbilly Yacht Club  C  C  C    

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