Chalk Talk Season Premiere: Hot Names in Team Racing

Published on April 1st, 2015

Chris Love provides this update on the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association 2014-2015 season along with his weekly Chalk Talk video report:

This week in college sailing, the team racing season continued, unfazed by the lingering freeze across many campuses. In New England, sailors at the Jan T. Friis regatta found soft water at Roger Williams—the defending national champions from Yale continued to show they are the team to beat. The College of Charleston has earned the attention of ICSA with their win at the Aaron Szambecki at Old Dominion, the second weekend in a row the Cougars have taken top honors.

Also on the team racing circuit, SUNY Maritime won its own Admiral Moore regatta and the Stanford Women went undefeated at the Duplin women-only team race at Tufts, the only college regatta of its kind.

Another unique event on the docket this weekend was the first-ever J/70 collegiate regatta, the NEISA Sportboat Promo at the Coast Guard Academy in the school’s new fleet of eight boats. Tufts won convincingly.

The team racing season continues Easter weekend, followed the next weekend by conference championships for many of the top districts. After that it’s a condensed fleet racing season, looking ahead to Nationals at the end of May. Click here for scores.

Chalk Talk Season Premiere: Hot Names in Team Racing
In Episode 1 of Season 12, team racing analysis from bearded men Chris Love and John Storck. This week we’re getting you caught up on the spring season, already well underway despite the frozen bodies of water on campuses across the country.

Team racing analysis from bearded men—Chris Love and John Storck are back for another season of Chalk Talk! This week we’re getting you caught up on the spring season, already well underway despite the frozen bodies of water on campuses across the country. WATCH VIDEO

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