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2019 J/24 US National Championship at Rochester Yacht Club - Overall

by Julie & Christopher Howell 25 Aug 2019 22:38 PDT 23-25 August 2019

The J/24 US National Championship perpetual trophy will have a familiar name for 2019: Will Welles' on Buckaroo has achieved the title for the fourth time. Welles, also the reigning J/24 World Champion, was joined by crew Jeff Linton, Chris Morgan, Monica Morgan and Erik Rexford at Rochester Yacht Club in New York.

Buckaroo collected Sunday's first win and added a seven for 23 net points in the eight-race series. Able to discard a UFD from race five, Welles retained scores only in the top seven. Last year's National Champion Robby Brown and Mark Liebel on Angel of Harlem claimed the runner-up position with 38 points. William Bomar's Bangor Packet sailed an impressive regatta with a pair of bullets, putting them in third place with 41 points.

Joining Welles as a race winner on Sunday was Nobuyuki Imai's Siesta team from Japan. The 46 teams enjoyed a calmer sea state, sunny skies and winds of 8-12 knots.

Overall Results:

PosBow NoSail NoYacht NameOwner / SkipperR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8Pts
144  USA 5235BuckarooWill Welles2323UFD51723
222  USA 799Angel of HarlemRobby/Mark Brown/Liebel59165346638
342  USA 58Bangor PacketWilliam Bomar1220141113941
462  USA 5237HoneybadgerTravis Odenbach141395814242
552  USA 5287Helly HansenJohn Mollicone461417BFD7544
633  CAN 4025LiftedEvan Petley‑Jones1346229641146
754  USA 4260NautalyticsMike Ingham125410UFD92850
816  JPN 5185SiestaNobuyuki Imai108221111410155
937  USA 5257Mental FlossAidan Glackin16718121628465
1013  USA 2785YouRegatta.comCarter White1710117111326372
1148  CAN 5362Clear AirRossi Milev720176253311088
1228  USA 4041Pee WeeKris Werner817122672831790
1327  USA 2918Sea Bags Women's Sailing TeamErica Spencer9112721141591695
1412  USA 2736BoreasFinn Hadlock63010292271121106
1553  USA 1208Rumming On EmptyRyan Lashaway318142331195DSQ113
1645  240Shake n BakeDaniel Cameron153319381811615117
1755  3775BlitzAl Constants112524258183013124
1810  USA 2720Wind MonkeyMarcus Rogers312215159232226132
1949  CAN 1964Drivers WantedTed Bartlewski211553324361529142
2030  USA 423Grant BoatMatthew Miranda22249276324025145
2141  CAN 3935Wharf RatMichael Howarth2021819UFD1220BFD147
2234  CAN 4140TazNick Jako2813361433301227157
2350  USA 1382Carpe DiemChristopher Fischer3227301723382112162
2432  CAN 3729A‑saltEdmond Rees183732242116DSQ19167
2526  USA 78Buschwhacker 2Dan Busch2640251630252522169
2623  USA 4202RedlineMike Stasko3312293110374118170
2718  USA 1359ShiftyMartin Gallagher3619313719203320178
2838  USA 2607Don't PanicRichard Graef2914133937173638184
2940  USA 4179JuanitaJohn Lawless23232143UFD103233185
3046  USA 3888jack be nimbleJack DePeters2735394126211724189
3125  USA 4119Little MarthaChris ClancyDNS36281836391914190
3243  CAN 3366Premature greyStephan Blais3829232020BFD3823191
3359  USA 2393Fugue StateKevin O'Brien243240131224DNCDNC192
3414  USA 3151Joint VentureTodd Salzman2526RET32UFD73728202
3520  USA 5020Honu ManoDavid Stoller3738338UFD411830205
3639  usa 1029SurpriseEd Gardner1931383038312439211
3729  USA 2260Level PelicanCrisp McDonald35284235282623BFD217
3815  USA 537ElleDavid Kaye4234UFD2239292831225
3951  USA 5208BogusGeorge Braddon41167DSQ32BFD4340226
4019  USA 828Orange CrushTyler Benjamin3940343635222735228
4117  Uni 2620Lady MINXLee Ann Zaretsky3437262834BFD4237238
4257  USA 3207Plan Eh!Dan Peck44433542133429BFD240
4335  USA 4103OZTom Doran4044373427BFD3432248
4436  USA 2770ReboundStephen Allen304141DSQ1535DNCDNC256
4531  USA 3954Wet EverStephen Henry4542434022403534256
4621  USA 1565Gray WolfTim Johnson4345444440333936279

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