Guck continues to blitz U.S. Multihull Championship

Published on September 20th, 2014

Bristol, RI (September 20, 2014) – The A-Cat sailors were once again greeted with windy conditions on Narragansett Bay with warmer temperatures on Day 2 of the U.S. Multihull Championship, hosted by Bristol Yacht Club. Fleet leader Lars Guck (Barrington, R.I.) continued his A-Cat clinic on Saturday and remains unbeaten through eight races. The competitors this week have had ample opportunities to improve their skill set in the tricky, ultra-quick A-Cat.

“There was more breeze today, but not any more consistent direction wise,” explained Guck. “I’m still learning how to foil and I used it sparingly today. I was able to foil upwind twice today. There is still a learning curve involved. It’s tough to keep up with but it’s a lot of fun.”

Two races are planned for Sunday and no races will start after 2 pm EDT.

Day 2 standings (Top 5 of 15; 8 races, 1 discard)
1. Lars Guck, [1]-1-1-1-1-1-1-1- ; 7
2. Philip Kinder, 3-2-2-2-5-4-[6]-4- ; 22
3. Chris Museler, 2-3-3-3-[6]-5-5-6- ; 27
4. Max Kramers, 6-[7]-7-5-3-3-7-2- ; 33
5. Andrew Gaynor, 2/RDG-[16/DNS]-16/DNS-16/DNS-2-2-2-3- ; 43T

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Report by US Sailing media.

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