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Usual Suspects Earn District 15 Championship

Thanks to Cory Huseby for this report: The 2018 U-Gotta Regatta District 15 Championship was another epic battle, hosted by J/24 Fleet #1 in Wayzata MN. Lake Minnetonka in the fall always provides solid sailing conditions and produced seven different winners in eight races. Day 1...

Mike Marshall Takes District 2 Championship

On Saturday, October 13, J/24 Fleet 50 hosted their Fall Finale in conjunction with the District 2 Championship. Eight races were run with winds out of the northeast, ranging 10-15 mph with gusts up...

J/24 Takes PHRF Win at Intercollegiate Offshore Regatta

Forty-eight boats raced in the 2018 edition of the Storm Trysail Club and the Larchmont Yacht Club annual regatta for college sailors known as the Intercollegiate Offshore Regatta (IOR). The event has become the most popular in all of college sailing, with 45 colleges, universities and academies gathering together to go racing in one-design classes...

Bob Hickok Earns Hoosier Challenge Cup

Thanks to Marcus Rogers for this report: The Highlander Class many years ago had a Hoosier Challenge Cup. It was created by Tim Hollingsworth at Eagle Creek Sailing Club and Tom Kling at Indianapolis Sailing Club(ISC). It was a Cup that named an overall club as...

Honeybadger Ekes Out Win at Changing of the Colors Regatta

Fleet 24 in Lake George, NY hosted the 40th Annual Changing of the Colors Regatta September 29-30 with 29 entrants. After seven races, the winner was decided by a single point: Travis Odenbach's Honeybadger. They had a very similar record to Carter White's YouRegatta.com, but Odenbach edged out White 11 points to 12. Both had...

Final Race Determines J/24 US National Champion: Robby Brown’s Angel of Harlem

By way of a second-place finish in Sunday’s final, and only, race, Robby Brown’s Angel of Harlem clinched his first J/24 US National Championship. The Florida-based helmsman came into Sunday nine points behind Tony Parker’s Bangor Packet, but Brown’s second, paired with Parker’s 12, gave him the Championship by a single point over Parker in...

Leaderboard Shuffle at J/24 US National Championship

Along with the wind being shifty at the J/24 US National Championship Saturday, so were the standings. Tony Parker’s Bangor Packet claimed the overall advantage after posting a pair of thirds, giving him a consistent record of 3,2,3,3 in the four races thus far (11 points). Robby Brown’s Angel of Harlem shot up to second...

J/24 US National Championship Launches in Falmouth, Maine

It was worth the wait for the 48 teams on the initial day of the J/24 US National Championship, hosted by Portland Yacht Club in Falmouth, ME. After several hours of anticipating the wind to settle, it came in at 6-8 knots, then increased to 8-10, allowing two long races to go in the books...

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