Summer Weather for CORK Fall Regatta

Published on September 24th, 2017

Kingston, ONT (September 24, 2017) – Two hundred and forty athletes, four countries and several provinces competed at Portsmouth Olympic Harbour, racing the CORK Fall Regatta, September 23-24, 2017.

The first day of the fall regatta felt more like July than September. Races were delayed in starting due to very light wind. When the wind came it was champagne conditions with 8-12 knots throughout the afternoon. The Optimist, C 420, Laser and Radial fleets completed 3 races as scheduled. The i420’s completed 4 races, the 49er FX and the 29ers completed 5 races.

The second day of the CORK Fall regatta and Ontario Championships continued to feel more like July, hot and humid. The C 420, Laser and Radial fleets completed 3 races, the 49er FX and the 29ers completed 5 races as scheduled. The i420’s and Optimists completed 2 races.

Overall Standings and the Ontario Sailing Champions:

1 Niccolo Sangermano RCYC
2 Andreas Steinitz BQYC
3 Jean- Rene Kiekens Arana RSTLYC

Laser Radial
1 Dale Whitmore OST/ RHYC
2 Ian Doell OST /ABYC
3 Ryan Anderson RNSYC

Laser Standard
1 Liam Bruce OST /PCYC
2 Noah Collinson OST/ RCYC
3 Ross Murdoch KYC

i 420
1 Georgia Lewin LaFrance & Madeline Gillis RNSYS
2 Patrick Wilson & Ari Moffat KYC / RNSYS
3 David Frost & Antonia Lewin LaFrance RNSYS

1 Gray Snyder & Jack Porter OST/OYS
2 Scott Leduc & Kyle Feeney OST
3 Thomas West & Josephine Erb Sail Parry Sound

49er FX
1 Alexandra ten Hove & Mariah Millen KYC/RCYC
2 Arielle Morgan & Thomas Carlton RSTLYC
3 Katja Smutny & William MacDonald VBYC

1 Samuel & William Bonin RCYC
2 Alec & Cameron Baird RSTLYC
3 Audrey Staples & Caterine Kunz RSTLYC

Event Details

Laser and Laser Radial ResultsOptimist ResultsC420 and I420 Results29er and 49erFX Results

Source: CORK/Sail Kingston

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