Long Day on Water for Youth Champs
Published on August 8th, 2016
San Diego, CA (August 8, 2016) – The sailors racing on the third day of the 2016 U.S. Youth Sailing Championships, hosted by Coronado Yacht Club with support from the San Diego Yacht Club, had a long day on the water. Breeze was light in the morning, out of the southwest, grew to a high of about 9 knots in the afternoon. The championship concludes Tuesday in this four day event.
The Laser Radial, International 420, and 29er will be vying for a spot on the US Sailing Youth World Team and compete at the 2016 Youth Sailing World Championships in Auckland, New Zealand on December 14-20, 2016.
Lasers (singlehanded dinghy)
After 12 races, Ford McCann is solidly in first, leading Marshall McCann by eighteen points. Jack Gower is in third with 48 points. Maximilian Guerriero dropped to fourth place.
Radial (singlehanded dinghy)
Chase Caraway dropped to fourth place today, after 12 races are scored. Carrson Pearce is in first place with 69 points. Talia Toland remains in the lead for the girls division.
Techno 293 (windsurfer)
Steven Cramer remains in first place after winning all three races today, Geronimo Nores is in second place in the windsurfing division.
I-420 (doublehanded dinghy)
After 11 races, Wiley Rogers and Jack Parkin keep their lead in the boys division, while Kathryn Hall and Ashton Borcherding lead the girls division.
29er (doublehanded skiff)
Ryan Ratliffe and Sam Merson pulled into first with 16 points. Louisa Nordstrom and Catherine Mollerus remain on top in the girls division.
Report by US Sailing