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J/24 North American Championship at Sayville Yacht Club - Overall

by Julie & Christopher Howell 20 Jun 2021 22:29 PDT 16-20 June 2021

Keith Whittemore's Furio needed only seven of the eight races to secure the title of 2021 Good Samaritan Hospital J/24 North American Champion.

With crew Shelby Milne, Mark Rodgers, Brian Thomas and Willem van Waay, Seattle-based skipper Whittemore racked up four bullets and kept all top-four finishes for 13 net points. Mike Marshall's American Garage also scored only top-four finishes and was able to take a DNS in the last race, earning second place at 17 net points.

Travis Odenbach's Honeybadger rounded out the top three with 26 net points. Congratulations to Mark Hillman's Sisu for winning the Corinthian division (fourth overall). Sayville Yacht Club in Blue Point, New York hosted 32 teams from June 18-20.

Whittemore won the last major J/24 Championship pre-pandemic at the October 2019 J/24 World Championship in Miami, Florida. "Long awaited fun to come to Sayville," he said. "Everybody said this is one of the greatest places to sail in the United States. It's an unbelievable venue, and the sailing is extraordinary. Perfect races...when do you ever get that in three days?"

Overall Results:

PosBow NoSail NoYacht NameOwner / SkipperClubR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8Pts
112  USA 5325FurioKeith WhittemoreCYC Seattle1142113DNS13
22  USA 3379American GarageMike MarshallNYYC4331321DNS17
313  USA 5208HoneybadgerTravis OdenbachRyc25139421126
427  USA 3750SISU (Corinthian)Mark HillmanAnnapolis Yacht Club562675UFD334
532  USA 2785YouRegattaCarter WhitePortland Yacht Club7464297535
618  USA 5257Mental FlossAidan GlackinCenterport YC8875103UFD445
75  USA 3775Blitz (Corinthian)Al ConstantsSeawanhaka Corinthian391212OCS104252
823  USA 799Redline (Corinthian)Mike StaskoCanandaigua Yacht Club6119118118154
94  USA 58Bangor PacketTony Parkerannapolis yacht club14251012DNF5654
106  USA 2736BoreasFinn HadlockPortland Yacht Club131211858121769
117  USA 5235Caramella (Corinthian)Frederick WiedekeToms River Yacht Club111410166OCS11876
123  USA 4202Angel of HarlemRobby BrownDavis Island/Eastport YCDNFDNS894761582
1315  USA 49Ice CubeMichael QuaidMalletts Bay Boat Club1013197161515985
1422  USA 1327OutrageousMatthew MirandaSayville Yacht club172116171813137101
1526  USA 240Shake n BakeSteve Thomas / Daniel CameronSayville Yacht Club197DNF13136UFD14105
1620  PUR 4583OrionRicardo MartinezPonce Yacht & Fishing Club910241421241019107
178  USA 3215Carpe Diem (Corinthian)Christopher FischerSayville Yacht Club20DSQ13181116920107
1819  MEX 4029Monster Fish (Corinthian)Luis AlvarezClub Nautico Valle de Bravo AC1519212714121916116
1914  USA 3474Hoptical IllusionStephen KelleySayville2616141522211423125
2011  USA 5277Evil OctopusJasper Van VlietRichmond Yacht Club24201819OCS182012131
2133  2599QuirkyKatie MorganNoroton3118262317221610132
229  USA 3688Crack Of NoonIan ScottIda Lewis/Newport YC211717201517UFD25132
2330  USA 1534Good Life (Corinthian)John CallisSayville Yacht Club1622292220251813136
2431  USA 555USA‑555Charles BumgardnerColumbia Sailing Club281520DNS24141722140
2525  USA 78SaimonJorge Valdes 1827222127192126154
2624  USA 2810RockstarJoseph MurphySayville Yacht Club12251525DNFDSQUFD18161
271  USA 4800A Good Hair Day (Corinthian)Elaine HaherAHYC2323282819272324167
2817  USA 5482Lady MINXLee Ann ZaretskyRochester Yacht Club2224272923262229173
2929  USA 2716Uncertainty PrinciplePaul AbelSayville Yacht Club3028233025232428181
3021  USA 3609OspreyMatthew SchneckSayville Yacht Club2529312429292521182
3128  USA 2806SlapshotJoseph BuonaseraSayville Yacht Club272625262628UFDUFD191
3210  USA 1382Dyna PlasticTim ShieblerSayville Yacht Club29OCS30312820UFD27198

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