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Penguin Frostbite
Tred Avon Yacht Club | November 05, 2016

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Penguin (10 boats) (top)
Series Standing - 7 races scored

Information is final.
Regatta results last updated: Saturday, November 05, 2016 12:49:18 PM CDT
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Pos

Sail  

Boat  

Skipper

Crew

Yacht Club

 1 

 2 

 3 

 4 

 5 

 6 

 7 

Total

Pos

1  

9677  

Family Ties  

William Lawson  

Colette Preis

SSA  

1  

1  

1  

2  

6  

4  

5  

20  

1  

2  

9664  

SideWinder  

Bob Lippincott  

 

Tred Avon  

11/DNS  

5  

3  

1  

1  

1  

1  

23  

2  

3  

9730  

Evalyn  

Jeffrey Cox  

Ian Cox

tayc  

5  

3  

4  

9  

3  

2  

4  

30  

3  

4  

9478  

  

Charles Krafft  

Donna McKenzie

SSA  

4  

2  

10  

4  

4  

5  

7  

36T  

4  

5  

9657  

C-Biscuit  

Chris Conway  

Campbell Conway

AYC  

3  

6  

8  

6  

7  

3  

3  

36T  

5  

6  

9170  

White Knight  

Bill Lane  

Katrina Greer

TAYC  

2  

9  

9  

3  

2  

8  

6  

39  

6  

7  

9320  

Feather  

Hank Krafft  

n/c

PRSA  

7  

7  

5  

7  

9  

6  

2  

43  

7  

8  

8823  

Fox in Socks  

David Cox  

Luke Donald

TAYC  

6  

8  

2  

8  

5  

7  

10  

46  

8  

9  

9632  

SPAX  

Sandy McAllister  

n/c

TAYC  

8  

4  

6  

5  

10  

9  

9  

51  

9  

10  

7705x  

  

Carl Langkammerer  

n/c

None  

11/DNS  

10  

7  

10  

8  

11/DSQ  

8  

65  

10  

 

Notes
- Scoring System is RRS Low Point 2013-2016

The TAYC Penguin Frostbite was held on Saturday, Nov. 5th.Ten boats competed on a beautiful fall afternoon in a light northwest breeze that was extremely fickle.Seven one lap windward leeward races were held, with the average race taking around 15 minutes.The wind was shifting faster than the RC could keep up, so several of the beats turned in to single tack fetches, although puffs, holes, and shifts made even those races unpredictable.Bill Lawson and his wife Colette Preis got off to a fast start winning the first three races.Bob Lippincott missed the first race, trying to track down a mainsheet, but came on strong at the end, winning the last four races.The next six boats had one or more top three finishes and the difference between boats was extremely small, indicating just how competitive the fleet was.A no-throwout clause in the SIís only affected the top position, as everyone else found themselves invariably at the front of the fleet one race and at the back the next.