US Disabled Champs: Tight racing

Published on August 27th, 2015

San Diego, CA (August 27, 2015) – Day one of the US Disabled Sailing Championship was held under typical San Diego conditions, sunny skies and breezy. In the Martin 16 Championship fleet, 3 races were run. At the end of the day, Bob E. Jones and Ken Kelly lead the fleet with six points, a tie for second for Michael Strahle/Donna DeMarest and Cristina Rubke/Kris Scheppe. Three races were also completed in the Triple Handed Development fleet. Scott Ford and his team are on top, with 5 points, followed closely by Judy Kowalesky’s team one point behind in second place. The Single Handed Development fleet has a tie for first after four races today, Edward LeRoy and Charles Cunningham share the lead.

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