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PBITPro J/24 US National Championship at Dallas Corinthian Yacht Club - Overall

by Tonja Sanchez-Holmes 29 May 00:37 PDT May 23-28, 2022
2022 J/24 U.S. National Championship © USA J/24 Class Association

Eight races were completed at the 2022 J/24 US National Championship hosted by Dallas Corinthian Yacht Club in Oak Point, TX.

Texas winds did not disappoint with consistent 15 knot breezes and gusts that averaged around 20 on both days of racing. Mike Marshall (American Garage) with crew Jeff Hayden, Dave Hughes, Alan Terhune and Rod Favela came into the final day in fourth place and only 2 points behind a 3-way tie for first place. Although competition was tight, Marshall secured a 2nd, 3rd and two bullets in the final 4 races for a total of 15 points overall to retain the U.S National Championship title from his win in 2021.

Solid competition followed with Nobuyuki Imai (Siesta) placing second overall with 19 points and Travis Odenbach (Bogus) in third with 21 points.

The 2022 US National Championship was coordinated with the organizers of the 2022 World Championship. Sixteen of the twenty-four teams that competed at this event will be racing at the Worlds in July 2022.

Overall Results:

PosSail NoBoat NameSkipperClubR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8Pts
1  3379  American Garage  Mike Marshall   NYYC  4  [7]  2  2  2  3  1  1  15
2  5185  Siesta  Nobuyuki Imai [Corinthian]  WSC  2  6  1  4  3  1  [UFD]  2  19
3  5208  Bogus  Travis Odenbach   Rochester yacht club  5  2  5  1  [6]  2  2  4  21
4  5325  Furio  Keith Whittemore   CYC Seattle  1  [5]  4  3  4  4  5  3  24
5  1954  Grand Slam II  Paul Foerster   Rush Creek Yacht Club  [7]  3  3  7  1  6  4  5  29
6  2901  Fawn Liebowitz  William Fastiggi   Malletts Bay Boat Club  [10/SCP]  1  7  6  7  9  3  6  39
7  126  LOL  James Freedman [Corinthian Division]  DCYC  [9]  9  6  5  5  5  6  7  43
8  2720  Wind Monkey  Carter White   ECSC  6  4  8  8  9  7  7  [DNS]  49
9  5235  Caramella  Frederick Wiedeke [Corinthian Division]  Toms River Yacht Club  10  11  [13]  9  8  8  8  9  63
10  267  Bad Moon  Christopher Holmes   n/a  [18]  8  12  12  10  11  9  8  70
11  5277  JASPER VAN VLIET  Jasper Van Vliet [Corinthian Division]  Richmond Yacht Club  12  10  [17]  11  12  10  11  12  78
12  4464  Fortitude  James Thurlow [Junior Team]  South Carolina Yacht Club  8  [15]  11  13  13  12  10  13  80
13  2702  After Midnight  Mark Smith [Corinthian Division]  Fort Worth Boat Club  [14]  14  10  14  14  13  12  11  88
14  4583  Orion  Ricardo Martinez   PYFC  19  12  9  16  11  17  [UFD]  10  94
15  2342  Two Shots  Elisabeth Hudson [Corinthian & All Women's]  FFCSC  11  13  15  17  15  14  15  [DNS]  100
16  2285  Illegal Smile  Brian Metz   Austin Yacht Club  15  [19]  14  15  17  15  13  15  104
17  2624  Yikes  Barry Bailey [Corinthian Division]  None  16  21  16  10  16  [DNF]  14  14  107
18  2618  Gray Wolf  Timothy Johnson   Houston Yacht Club  17  18  19  [20]  18  16  17  16  121
19  12  Black Widow  Marc Couch [Corinthian Division]  Dallas Corynthian Yacht Club  [23]  22  21  22  20  18  16  17  136
20  814  Ninety Nine  Javier Almodovar   GBCA  13  16  18  18  [DNF]  DNC  DNC  DNC  140
21  1155  Trick Bag  Ryan Miller [Corinthian Division]  Seabrook Sailing Club  20  17  20  21  19  [DNF]  DNS  DNS  147
22  MX 2988  DIGGER  ENRIQUE PEREZ CIRERA   CLUB NAUTICO VALLE DE BRAVO  21  20  [DNF]  19  DNS  DNS  DNC  DNC  160
23  1351  Blue Side Down  Meredith Jackson [All Women's Team]  Dillon Yacht Club  22  23  [DNF]  DNS  DNS  DNS  DNC  DNC  170
24  4430  Speed of Heat  Bradley Peterson [Corinthian Division]  Dillon Yacht Club  24  24  [DNF]  23  DNS  DNS  DNC  DNC  171

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