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5 October 2013

Queen's Open and the MAISA Women's

Regattas in progress

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Queen’s Open

Saturday, October 5####

Saturday started overcast and fairly cold, with a light breeze from the east. As the day progressed the clouds cleared and it got warmer. The wind consistently built throughout the day up to about 12 knots. The day ended with U. Rochester in first, Webb Institute in second and Queen’s U. in third. One protest and one redress were filed. The protest was declined and the redress was approved.

Sunday, October 6####

Sunday started with decent breeze around 8kts for the first rotation. Heavy rain accompanied by fog rolled in and slowed boat rotations but the racing continued throughout the day. The Webb Clippers stayed consistent all day and maintained their lead finishing the regatta with 65 points, followed by U. Rochester and Queen’s with 79 and 84 points, respectively.

Queen’s would like to thank the Colleges who attended and endured through the rain on Sunday. We would also like to send a big thanks to PRO Ross Cameron and the Safety team led by Mark Dams.

See the results.

MAISA Women’s Fall Championship

Queen’s sailors racing:

  • Linor Berezin ‘17 - Julia Manarin ‘17
  • Joy MacDonald ‘14 - Simone Larose ‘17

Saturday, October 5####

Seneca Lake provided challenging conditions today. Sailors were greeting by a dying Northerly which died completely by the competitors meeting. Racing was postponed on shore. At 11am the wind filled in out of the North again and two A races were sailed. The died before B could get any races in. Sailors were postponed on shore for an hour before the wind filled again and racing resumed. In all four A and four B races were sailed. All races were W4’s with leeward gates. Thanks to the HWS sailors who helped run the event.

Sunday, October 6####

Seneca Lake served up great conditions for racing. 6 races were sailed in both divisions, courses were W4s and W3s, all with leeward gates. The wind was out of the south at 4-11 knots. Thanks to all the HWS Sailors who helped run the event.

See the results.