72 teams competed on Lake Erie from June 14-16 in Cleveland Race Week’s One Design Weekend, part of the largest sailing regatta on Lake Erie and one of the largest on the Great Lakes. Racing began on Friday for several classes, with the remainder beginning on Saturday. 10 fleets competed over the weekend on four racecourses. Conditions were ideal on Friday, with 12-16 knots out of the northwest, sunshine and 1-2’ waves. Saturday brought 8-12 knots from the southwest, with flat water and a bit of rain for the competitors to deal with. Sunday dawned extremely foggy and glassy; the regatta was placed on a one-hour delay onshore before racing was entirely abandoned for the day and the regatta concluded. Nine J/24s got in four races, all of which were won by Marcus Rogers’ Wind Monkey. Tallying three seconds and a third gave Ryan Lashaway’s Ruming On Empty 9 points and the runner-up position. Mark Sprenger & Ramon Eickert’s Orange Whip followed in third with 13 points. Following racing each day, competitors were greeted with live music, great food and cocktails provided by sponsors Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Pusser’s Rum and Regatta Craft Mixers. The Race Committee did an outstanding job on all four courses and in all weather conditions. For complete information, visit www.clevelandraceweek.com. Photos are available on the Cleveland Race Week Facebook page.