2001 Masters Results

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This page is for Masters regatta results AND reports from Masters sailors who do partake in other Laser regattas.  First up is Marc Jacobi who is one of NA's top Masters sailors. He competed in the Miami OCR and was first master.   If you sail in a regatta, please send us a report and the results.  


MIAMI OCR Report from Marc Jacobi

the mocr is a category one, world-ranking event, the only such event in north America each year. as such, competitors should be prepared to the highest standard, in my opinion. athletes from other countries come to compete, and if we're not sailing at our best, we get trounced and it does no good for north america's sailing reputation (which is, for the most part, none-too-good). having said that, i bought a used boat the day before the event and registered with less than a half-hour remaining. did i mention i'd basically not sailed a laser since the trials last april? while filling-in the registration, i continually questioned if it was wise to go into such an event so physically unprepared, with an untested, 6-yr old boat.  Of course it wasn't. i had some equipment problems on the windy second day and made some silly mistakes, but overall was surprised at my speed and lack of physical pain, even after that tough second day. the event ended on a high note when i placed 2nd in the final race, after two other solid finishes for that day. my overall finish was nothing special (16th out of 44), 3 points behind 13th place after 9 races.  

2. things for partners to do: miami's coconut grove district is a 15 minute walk from the us sailing center. lots of shops, restaurants, movie theater, etc.. for those with cars, the south beach district (30-45 minutes by car) beckons with art deco buildings and beautiful bods on white sand beaches.

3. how masters did: i don't know exactly. alden shattuck had a great first  day and was in the top 10, but fell away. kudos to will glenn's dad, who had a great attitude and (i think) sailed all the races, including friday's three windy contests. trevor bayliss from the san fran bay area looked a little big (at 200 lbs), but had moments and will be trouble when he slims down and gets more boat time.

4. brits: they were fast and sailed smart. basically good starts, fine upwind speed (especially ed wright) and good positioning vis-a-vis the fleet. patience and solid regatta skills won the event, not brilliance. 

5. winds: usually, one can count on one day of strong-ish (15-20+ knot) winds; this year we had exactly one. the other two days were sailed in 5-12 knots, with racing abandoned on saturday (much to my dismay; needed another solid finish to move up). the first day was lovely, just enough wind to hike a bit upwind--i was psyched the event started that way instead of windy! on day 2, wetsuits and spray tops were needed as the cold front came through; the event is a good test of an athlete's sailing wardrobe.

Results to follow one day...


Series Event #1 - Masters Midwinters - Clearwater Yacht Club,  February 3-4, 2001

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                                 1    2    3    4    5    6     H'cap   H'cap

  Pos    Sail Skipper                                            Total  -Worst Rnk

  1  167000 Ian Lineberger      3    2    2   10    2    6     37.00   25.00 M1
 
2  170336 Buzzy Heausler      1    3    3    5    3   12     45.00   30.00 A1
 
3  170333 Rick Ericson        5    7    8    2   13    1     54.00   38.00 A2
 
4  169575 Mark Bear           7    1    6    8   11    3     54.00   40.00 A3
 
5  150083 Alden Shattuck      9    5    4   15    6    7     58.00   41.00 M2
  6  169529 Mark Salih          2   12    5    6    1   14     58.00   41.00 A4
  7  170375 Peter Seidenberg    8    8   18   13    4    4     61.00   42.00 G1
  8  170326 Nigel Thomas       12   21    1    1    7   19     79.00   55.00 A5
  9  164306 David Olson         4   10   16   12   19   11     78.00   58.00 G2
 10   27073 Michael Vulliamy   15   11    9    9    5   18     85.00   64.00 A6
 11  168302 Joe Van Rossem     18    9   21   17   14    2     87.00   65.00 G3
 12  161100 David Frazier      17   29   15    4   10    9     96.00   65.00 M3

 13   33134 Ted Moore          19    4    7   18   20   13     93.00   71.00 M4
 
14  166004 Wade Cressman      20   13   14    7   16   10     98.00   75.00 A7
 
15    4243 Randy Rea          11   15   11   19   24    8    106.00   79.00 A8
 
16  161125 Dick Tillman       28   16   20   21   17    5    113.00   84.00 G4
 
17  165036 Don Woodworth      26   18   10   23    9   16    114.00   86.00 M5
 
18  170646 David Hartman      13   17   33   16   18   24    127.00   93.00 G5
 
19  170110 Buck Mercer         6   22   19   11   21   21    118.00   93.00 A9
 
20  155599 Tim Landt          10   28   28    3   27   23    131.00  101.00 M6
 21  166914 Jack Hamilton      24   25   23   20   15   15    134.00  107.00 M7
 
22  132723 Ken Earley         23    6   12   14   43S  43S   159.00  113.00 A10
 
23  148978 Gary Orkney        22   14   35   24   28   17    152.00  115.00 M8
 
24  169730 Eric Kownacki      14   23   17   34   12   34    152.00  115.00 A11
  25  153014 Skip Canfield      16   26   13   27   26   20    146.00  116.00 A12
 
26  168463 Halsey Bullen      39   24   22   22   22   27    162.00  122.00 G6
 
27  161358 Tom Grogan         29   27   32   26    8   28    156.00  123.00 G7
 28  158648 Henry De Wolfe     27   20   31   30   35   22    165.00  130.00 S1
 
29  171155 F. De La Houssaye  32   30   25   25   23   26    173.00  139.00 M9
 
30  168586 Mike Moody         31   19   29   32   25   31    179.00  145.00 M10
 
31  148486 Bob Saltmarsh      34   32   36   31   31   25    189.00  153.00 S2
 
32  165082 Bosco Debosset     30   39   24   39   32   32    196.00  157.00 S3
 
33  150080 Bob Spillman       36   34   38   29   30   29    196.00  158.00 S4
  
34  167372 Charlie Palame     43S  43S  26   28   29   30    211.00  166.00 M11
  
35  166123 Leonard Wells      25   31   37   38   36   33    212.00  172.00 M12
 
36  168249 William Glenn      37   38   27   35   34   36    213.00  174.00 G8
  
37  153047 Duncan Going       33   33   34   33   37   37    225.00  185.00 A13
  
38   23001 CJ Czaia           38   35   30   37   38   35    231.00  190.00 A14
 
39  112853 Ken Hopkins        35   36   39   43S  43S  43S   239.00  196.00 S5
 
40  148989 Quinn Barton       21   37   43S  43S  43S  43S   248.00  202.00 A15
 
41  155434 David Naglor       40   40   40   36   33   38    245.00  202.00 A16
 
42  155331 Ken King           43S  43S  43S  43S  43S  43S   264.00  220.00 G9

One discard.

Reports wanted!


California Masters - Mission Bay Yacht Club, February  10-11, 2001

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Place Sail Number Skipper R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 Net pts Fleet
1 145656 Hart, Doug 3 2 2 2 1 (9) 1 11 M1
2 166148 Leuck, Dave 1 4 3 1 7 4 ( 11) 20 A1
3 166056 Drasnin, Peter (7) 5 4 4 2 2 4 21 A2
4 166090 Campbell, Bill 8 1 1 (ocs) 8 5 3 26 M2
5 166146 Harrop, John (10) 7 5 5 3 3 8 31 A3
6 168206 Symes, Bill 2 6 6 7 5 (15) 10 36 M3
7 153360 Shear, Mike 6 3 8 3 ( 11) 10 9 p20 39 M4
8 167285 Andersson, Nils 5 8 7 6 14 6 (17) 46 GM1
9 144347 Burdien, Tom 4 15 10 8 4 8 (18) 49 M5
10 161089 Eichwald, Mike 11 10 ( 14) 10 10 1 9 51 GGM1
11 166145 Clark, Richard 9 12 9 (ocs) 13 12 7 62 A4
12 147401 Rickett, Barney 14 13 13 15 ( 17) 11 2 68 GM2
13 166144 Sternal, Keith 13 17 11 11 16 7 (19) 75 M6
14 165900 Schmitz, Larry 17 ( 19) 15 13 6 14 12 77 M7
15 138957 Gihbsson, Leif 16 9 17 12 12 (18) 14 80 GGM2
16 154099 Bremer 15 14 12 14 ( 20) 16 16 87 A5
17 151941 Bartlett, Les 19 11 ( 22) 20 18 17 6 91 GGM3
18 134882 Mc Elvain, Rick 20 20 20 9 9 13 (21) 91 A6
19 145402 Hodson 12 16 18 17 ( 19) 19 17 p20 99 M8
20 154421 Martinelli, Dennis ( 22) 18 16 16 21 21 15 107 A7
21 116940 Redwin, Roger 18 21 21 19 15 ( 22) 22 116 GM3
22 162474 Ridgeway, Dave 21 ( 22) 19 18 22 20 20 120 GGM4

Report from Nils
Well itís over, the first ever California Masters. This regatta will be an annual event at the Mission Bay YC. I think all of the participants would agree with Doug Hart when he said, "this was the most fun I ever have had in a Laser". The guy is a Snipe sailor with a second in the Worlds and a few NA champ titles under his belt, just to mention some of it.

Twenty-two guys and one woman showed up for the event. Unfortunately, the woman, Susie Pegel, (the only female who has won the U.S. Nationals) had to withdraw because of knee problems. We had expected more locals, both from the LA/Long Beach area and San Diego. I think that many had studied the weather report too closely, it was supposed to be a horrible weekend with one storm after the other. That didnít happen, instead we had the most perfect conditions for this time of the year. On Saturday there was a 12 kts., southerly wind caused by the frontal systems. We were able to use the entire length of the Sail bay for a windward leeward course with a leeward gate. The shifts were rather moderate and oscillating. After four races on Saturday Doug Hart had a comfortable lead over Dave Leuck, both from MBYC. Every body had their boats back at the club by 15:30 and a large group hit the bar for a Happy Hour, followed by the Saturday dinner.

Sunday offered much less wind which didnít stabilize at the scheduled starting time and caused a postponement by our excellent race committee, led by Scott McKay, with the help of some juniors and Peter Drasninís girlfriend, Stephanie. We still had the prevailing southerly wind but warmer air and sunshine created some kind of pumping westerly sea breeze. The two was oscillating but, personally I had a hard time to get into phase and got caught, time after time, in wind holes in the middle, while I could see boats on either side sailing at full speed. This fleet of rather old sailors was really aggressive at the start of the last race, there were about one zillion general recalls, and the race committee had to hoist the Z flag to get the race going. In spite of that, a few individual recalls could be seen.

It was a great weekend with a great bunch of guys. As a race organizer I am, of course, specially glad that everybody had a good time. I hope this regatta can be part of the Masters Grand Prix for next year. 

Special Report from GGM Mike Eichwald, winner of race 6
aal, lemme see now.  As to how the Ol' Guy won race 6: would you believe ineffable timing at the start, uncanny feel for the shifts, and blasing speed? I didn't think so.... Closer to the truth is this: with big weather systems just to the north of us, Mission Bay was blessed with great southerlies in the 8-12 knot range---perfect except for being pretty shifty. Not big shifts, but real; the trick was to get into phase and stay there, and that wasn't always easy. In race #6, I was plain lucky to rise from obscurity and stay in phase. After that it was back to obscurity, and so what else is new. It should be noted tht the stellar race committee (?Phil somebody) gave us windward-leewards only: once or twice around, with windward finishes, and I heard no complaints whatever about the lack of reaches. I believe, come to think of it, that I would only miss them in planing conditions. The fleet was relatively tight, and I didn't see any one sailor stand out. It looked as if any of the first 6-7 guys were capable of great stuff. Doug Hart (1st overall) and Bill Campbell (4th overall) both won two races, but otherwise it was pretty evenly spread out at the top. Those middle range winds, once again, put a premium on skill rather than weight or lack of it, and that's why I personally appreciate them so. The Great Neutralizers.... And thank God for the leeward gate!  As I understand it, their usual breezes are westerlies (sea breezes), and not particularly strong. Since the bay lies more in a north-south direction, this means setting pretty short courses sometimes, but good race management handles that o.k., I'm sure. The ocean is another gig, since it must take 45'-60' or so just to sail to the course, and I don't think any of us missed that; sailing just off the yacht club site made it really fun for us and the spectators. The venu, for those of you who haven't been there (it was my first time), is just great for small boats: a hospitable club with plenty of sand and grass. The bar was pay as you go, but what the hell the pop-corn was free. It is situated right in the heart of the funky Mission Bay neighborhood, known for coffee houses and straight-line skating, with the beach and surfers on one side and the bay on the other. There are a bunch of ordinary motels within a mile or two, with a scattering of more expensive accomodations as well (including a big Hilton hotel). We, in our inimitable style, put up at a hugh RV park about 3 miles away. Marine world is about a mile away, and of course there's the rest of San Diego at your beck and call.... If you've got a new trophy bride and want to impress, stay in nearby LaJolla.

So be sure to count on the Masters Nationals in October! I certainly can't wait to go back.


Series Event #2 - Gulf Coast Championships, Houston Yacht Club, April 8 & 9, 2001

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Position

Name

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Total

1

Doug Peckover

M

1

2

2

2

2

OCS

1

22

2

Fred Schroth

M

3

3

1

DNF

1

1

2

23

3

Ian Lineberger

M

2

1

3

1

3

2

3

24

4

Tim Landt

M

8

8

5

4

4

4

7

44

5

Alexandre Tupinamba

A

7

4

4

5

8

3

5

46

6

Paul Parsons

A

9

6

6

3

5

5

4

47

7

David Morgan

A

5

7

8

7

7

9

6

58

8

Ken James

GM

13

5

10

9

6

10

DNS

59

9

Charles Tweedel

A

10

9

7

6

11

6

10

67

10

Eric Rochard

A

6

10

9

DNS

9

7

8

67

11

Steve Taconelly

M

14

12

12

8

12

8

9

73

12

Steve Brown

M

11

11

14

12

10

DNF

DNS

92

13

Mark Ewer

M

4

14

11

11

DNS

DNS

DNS

96

14

Clause Welles

M

12

13

13

10

DNS

DNS

DNS

104

15

J.R Futcher

A

19

17

18

16

13

11

11

104

16

Barry Bowden

GM

15

18

16

13

DNS

DNS

DNS

112

17

Sam Small

GGGM

21

20

19

14

DNS

DNS

DNS

112

18

Peter Jackson

GM

16

16

17

15

DNS

DNS

DNS

114

19

Declan O'Byrne

A

17

15

15

DNF

DNS

DNS

DNS

131

20

Kit Fontenot

M

20

19

DNS

DNS

DNS

DNS

DNS

139

21

Chuck La Haye

A

18

DNF

DNS

DNS

DNS

DNS

DNS

146

Report to follow - all we have so far are these few words from Fred.

Going into the last race.  Ian, Doug and Fred were tied with 9 points each. The wind stopped for about five minutes on the first reach of the last race and Doug went from 3rd to 1st owning about 40 seconds of lead by the mark. So Doug won, Fred 2, Ian 3


Series Event #3 - Canadian Masters, Wabamun S.C. nr. Edmonton Alberta June 22-24, 2001

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Pos Number Name Div 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Pts
1 169408 Ken Brown M 2 2 [ 8 ] 6 2 1 4 2 33
2 149482 Doug Peckover M 1 1 1 4 3 [DNF] 8 5 37
3 166918 Tim Landt M 5 3 4 9 [ 9 ] 4 6 1 46
4 167027 Rick Hewitt M [12 ] 7 5 1 7 6 3 6 49
5 160055 Krzystof Machnowski M 8 8 2 2 6 8 [10 ] 3 51
6 170025 Peter Wilson M 7 6 6 5 1 10 5 [13 ] 54
7 37682 Barry Tee A 6 4 3 10 [12 ] 2 1 8 55
8 153103 James Christopher GGM [17 ] 15 9 3 5 11 7 9 59
9 5889 Jacek Suski M 4 5 10 7 10 5 [11 ] 4 59
10 170239 John Dawson-Edwards M 3 10 7 [23 ] 14 3 2 16 69
11 161089 Mike Eichwald GGM 9 11 15 [24 ] 8 17 9 12 81
12 162295 Graeme Strathdee GM 11 9 11 15 16 12 [16 ] 14 95
13 129277 Charles Simpson GGM 13 14 16 18 [23 ] 16 12 7 96
14 18922 Ben Pickford M 10 [18 ] 13 14 13 7 15 11 97
15 157870 Dick Degner GGM 16 12 [DNF] 21 17 9 18 15 108
16 73683 Jim Goodvin M [DNF] 19 14 12 4 15 22 21 121
17 167520 Dave Stroppel A 15 20 12 19 [OCS] 13 14 10 124
18 170028 Sandy Wilson M [DNF] 21 17 11 11 18 13 20 125
19 150138 Barry O'Flynn M 14 13 19 [22 ] 18 14 19 19 130
20 73404 Doug Bell M 20 16 [24 ] 16 15 19 17 23 133
21 148774 Trevor Owen M [21 ] 17 18 20 20 20 20 17 139
22 11704 John Henderson M 19 [25 ] 20 8 19 21 21 18 140
23 749 Dick White M 22 23 21 17 21 22 24 [24 ] 157
24 157027 Sandy Lauder M 23 24 23 25 24 23 [26 ] 25 174
25 162391 Andy Hunt A DNC [DNC] 22 13 22 24 23 22 176
26 88117 Hillard Macbeth M DNF 26 25 DNF 25 [DNF] 25 26 199
27 162419 Cotra Goran A 18 22 DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC [DNC] 206
28 28724 Vern Willett M DNC DNC DNC DNC 26 DNC DNC [DNC] 221
Back row: Doug Peckover, Jim Goodvin, Barry Tee, Charlie Simpson, Tim Landt, John D-E, Peter Wilson
Middle Row: Ken Brown, Vern Willet, Rick Hewitt, Jasek Suski, Andy Hunt, Barry O'Flynn, Ben Pickford, Graeme Strathdee, Trevor Owen, Hilliard MacBeth, Dick Degner
Front Row: Mike Eichwald, Jim Christopher, John Henderson, Doug Bell, Krzysztof Machnowki, Sandy Lauder, Sandy Wilson
 

Series Event #4 - Great Lakes Masters, Leland YC, Leland, MI - July 28-29, 2001

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Position Boat # Name Division Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 Total
1 170390 Kastel M 15 1 3 1 2 5 22
2 171628 Swetka AM 1 4 1 5 1 3 25
3 137098 LaBelle AM 3 13 2 2 3 1 26
4 168586 Moody M 7 5 7 7 4 11 40
5 86478 Jacob M 4 8 6 10 13 7 45
6 391 Abbott M 27 16 5 12 6 2 51
7 162451 Welles M 2 7 12 13 10 10 52
8 161358 Grogan, T GM 9 10 13 18 12 13 62
9 167447 Paine, T M 12 12 8 15 20 12 69
10 129371 Porter M 23 9 19 8 7 17 70
11 87751 Workum GGM 13 25 16 20 15 14 78
12 128411 Northcutt GM 16 20 21 16 16 16 89
13 169589 Jameson AM 21 17 15 22 14 22 104
14 668 Hadjisky AM 19 19 14 19 21 24 107
15 165962 King GGM 20 22 22 21 23 23 108
16 162025 Zeilstra M 11 14 10 32 32 32 109
16 169598 Mead AM 32 32 32 14 22 15 130
17 159917 Labozzetta AM 25 18 26 17 17 18 110
17 73 Schmitz AM 14 23 18 32 32 32 134
17 132687 Trey M 26 29 23 25 25 25 134
19 168571 Randall AM 32 32 32 32 32 32 175

 

 


Series Event #5 - Pacific Coast Masters, Cascade Locks (The Gorge) WA - August 22-24, 2001

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Overall Skipper 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Pts
1 Augie Diaz M 1 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 5 4 39
2 Michael France A 7 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 39
3 Bill Symes M 2 3 3 4 4 1 3 2 2 2 40
4 Mike Eichwald GGM 6 7 10 11 9 5 6 8 6 8 65
5 Dierk Polzin A 4 5 4 3 3 4 8 6 3 11 70
6 Zig Burzycki A 3 4 8 5 7 6 5 9 14 6 80
7 Rob Hodson M 9 6 5 7 5 10 11 12 8 5 84
8 Jim Christopher GGM 8 19 9 8 12 8 4 11 17 12 89
9 Randy Shuman M 13 12 7 12 10 11 7 13 13 13 116
10 Todd Willsie A 10 15 6 9 8 14 10 15 9 15 123
11 Day Chapin M 17 11 12 13 11 7 12 16 15 9 124
12 Lynn Hemmert GM 11 16 13 10 23 12 13 11 16 16 127
13 Joe Bruener A 23 23 23 6 6 13 23 4 4 1 130
14 June Rose Futcher A 18 10 11 14 15 23 23 5 7 7 137
15 Chris Arroyo A 15 9 18 16 13 9 23 10 11 14 142
16 Kim Smith A 5 13 23 23 23 23 14 7 12 10 137
17 Leif Gihbsson GGM 14 18 17 23 23 23 23 14 10 17 157
18 Chris Marona M 19 14 19 15 14 15 9 23 23 23 169
19 Fred Jensen GM 16 8 15 18 16 23 23 23 23 23 174
20 David Sly GM 12 17 16 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 192
21 Laura Belt A 20 20 14 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 219
22 Jarvis Brecker A 23 23 23 17 23 23 23 23 23 23 228

Kim Smith and Winner Augie Diaz (where did Augie learn to hike like that?!) 
Photo by Greg Williams

back row (from left): David Sly, Zig Burzycki, Kim Smith, Todd Willsie, Rob Hodson, Day Chapin, Dierk Polzin, Michael France, Laura Belt, June Rose Futcher
front row (from left): Leif Gihbsson, Jim Christopher, Bill Symes, Lynn Hemmert, Augie Diaz


Series Event #6 - No Coast Masters, Heron Lake, NM - September 8-9, 2001

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PLACE NAME NUMBER 1 2 3 4 5 6 Pts
1 Jim Christopher (GGM) 153103 2 6 3 3 3 1 12
2 John Harrop (AM) 166146 1 2 1 1 2 DNS-17 22
3 Jim Richmond (AM) 140526 4 3 5 4 1 2 29
4 Kent Robinson (GM) 589 6 5 9 9 6 5 36
5 Jim Brainard (M) 132985 5 7 10 8 5 3 38
6 Stuart Waterbury (M) 124767 11 4 4 5 4 DNS-17 38
7 Chris Marona (M) 2500 7 8 7 6 14 8 46
8 Dennis Martinelli (AM) 154421 9 10 6 10 12 11 61
9 Jonathan Craig (M) 155641 13 DNF-17 DNS-17 DNS-17 7 6 70
10 Angelo Salazar (AM) 101305 14 15 12 DNS-17 10 9 75
11 David Crawford (AM) 10298 15 14 DNF-17 DNS-17 11 10 82

 


Series Event #7 - North American Masters, Hyannis YC, Hyannis, MA - September 21-23, 2001

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A typical (dare I say?) light weather fall east coast regatta, although Ian Lineberger says: The weather wasn't the norm. It usually blows, but a front can come through and mess things up for a few days. That's what happened here, very shifty, only one race without a charlie mark ( the last one).  

Halsey Bullen, #3 Grand Master provided the following report beginning with some comments about the "amazing" Joe van Rossem.

Joe van Rossem limped in to the skippers' meeting (he's undergoing a hip replacement next week, I believe) and after some kind words about America played on his old cornet the most moving rendition of "Amazing Grace" I've ever heard.  Oh, and then he totally waxed Peter and me and the other grandmasters, finishing in the top 10 overall.

Here's a few comments on Hyannis.  Very good facility - lots of beach, room for lots of cars and trailers right near the beach. And if one stayed at the Yachtsman's Condominiums next door, one could park one's Laser and dolly right in front of the condo.

Friday began with a moderate southerly adequate for one race, then the front ran the wind through 360 degrees from 1 pm to 5.  Incoming tide (west to east, up to 1.5 knots at the windward mark) favored the right, somewhat counterbalanced by a lift on the left.  2 to 3 foot rollers left over from Thursday ("You should have been here yesterday, it was really cool.") 

Saturday was all southwest to west and back, light at noon, up to 8 knots at 1:30, and a nice 10-14 at 3:00 for the third race of the day, by far the best.  RC had to and did change courses in the first two races.  The locals said that third race was getting close to typical conditions.  Racing area was all within a mile of the Hyannisport (outer) breakwater.  Waves built to from nothing to 2 to 2 1/2 feet from southwest, staying there even when wind was in the west.  Same tidal effects, with right good mostly and left better occasionally, especially near the weather mark.

 Sunday featured fog, cats-paws in the harbor, and flat calm in the racing area.  The RC went out but wisely kept us on the beach until they blew it off.  These conditions atypical, of course.  Locals said that in mid-September they generally get wind (well) over 10 knots from 10:00 to 4:00, when it drops off rapidly.  And solidly in the southwest.  Well, that's what they say.

Race committee work was excellent, given the frustrating conditions.  Not a single general recall, though some over early in one race when a late shift favored the pin.  ("Pin" was a flag well aft on an anchored boat, creating a largish coffin corner with the usual results.)  Offset mark and leeward gate (and Master courtesy) worked well in keeping the thud-scrape-shouts to a bare minimum.  Shoreside support very good--lots of volunteers, nice lunches, good dinners, and Bass Ale on tap for $.50 per cup (until we finished off the keg).  Remarkable achievement given the last moment rescheduling.  Some trouble with scoring mechanics - they need an updated program and hardware and a little more practice with it.  But that's about it. I'm looking forward to the 2002 Masters Worlds, for sure.

JDE NOTE -  I have shown both the open position and the handicap position and also the gain loss due to the handicapping.  This shows that for the most part the handicapping does nothing for you in the overall.  Be nice when Dave Frazier can afford a few more sail numbers.

Hcap. Pos Open Pos Gain/(Loss) Sailor Div Sail No Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Total Hcap Total Div Pos
1 1 0 Ed Adams M 148421 1 1 1 1 4 12 M1
2 2 0 Rudolph Ratsep A 152091 3 2 2 7 14 26 A1
3 3 0 Scott Milnes A 163379 2 4 3 17 26 38 A2
4 4 0 Ian Lineberger M 167000 13 7 9 4 33 41 M2
5 5 0 Tim Landt M 166918 11 11 14 6 42 50 M3
6 6 0 David Frazier M 100 4 3 20 16 43 51 M4
7 11 4 Joe Van Rossem GM 168302 21 6 10 13 50 54 G1
8 6 -2 Mark Bear A 189575 6 20 12 5 43 55 A3
9 10 1 Alden Shattuck M 150083 5 17 4 23 49 57 M5
10 8 -2 Charlie Williamson A 170149 8 5 22 11 46 58 A4
11 9 -2 David Moffet A 147565 10 22 6 9 47 59 A5
12 12 0 Peter Seidenberg GM 170375 15 10 8 31 64 68 G2
13 12 -1 Peter Follansbee M 168297 12 38 11 3 64 72 M6
14 14 0 Dave Perry M 164391 24 9 7 26 66 74 M7
15 15 0 Ken Earley A 155434 7 12 16 34 69 81 A6
16 16 0 Robert Hines A 168530 22 13 5 33 73 85 A7
17 17 0 Hank Thorburn A 158778 18 21 17 22 78 90 A8
18 18 0 Mark Montour A 168357 9 19 33 21 82 94 A9
19 18 -1 Terry Casey A 167416 16 16 38 12 82 94 A10
20 21 1 Eric Robbins M 166942 31 15 29 14 89 97 M8
21 20 -1 Nigel Thomas A 170326 25 18 24 20 87 99 A11
22 23 1 Gary Orkney M 170776 20 14 25 40 99 107 M9
23 22 -1 Jeff Morgan A 168394 29 37 15 15 96 108 A12
24 24 0 John Bentley M 166885 30 43 23 8 104 112 M10
25 25 0 Bill Brangiforte A 170773 17 24 27 37 105 117 A13
26 26 0 Doug Peckover M 149482 65F 26 19 2 112 120 M11
27 26 -1 Charles Rudinsky M 172061 14 30 32 36 112 120 M12
28 28 0 Neil Cocker M 8788 27 29 34 24 114 122 M13
29 30 1 Halsey Bullen GM 168463 36 25 31 27 119 123 G3
30 29 -1 Sally Sharp M 169615 65F 8 13 30 116 124 M14
31 31 0 Don Law GM 97 32 28 30 35 125 129 G4
32 32 0 Mark Grinder M 166901 37 34 37 18 126 134 M15
33 34 1 Chris Megaffin GM 172966 53P 39 21 19 132 136 G5
34 33 -1 Gerard Kivney A 172036 26 23 35 46 130 142 A14
35 36 1 Henry DeWolf GGM 158648 19 51 45 28 143 143 S1
36 35 -1 Kent Plunkett A 57 28 49 28 32 137 149 A15
37 37 0 Pat Pavini A 172460 35 54 18 44 151 163 A16
38 39 1 John Kelly M 10280 33 55 43 25 156 164 M16
39 38 -1 Sean O'Loughlin A 171013 34 32 41 48 155 167 A17
40 39 -1 Victoria Stump A 173267 43 31 39 43 156 168 A18
41 41 0 Kevin Kane A 1 65F 46 36 10 157 169 A19
42 43 1 Rob Saltmarsh GGM 148486 65F 50 26 29 170 170 S2
43 42 -1 David Ryan M 170311 59P 27 40 39 165 173 M17
44 44 0 Jonathan Wood GM 156544 38 47 47 41 173 177 G6
45 45 0 Tom Kalaman GM 140759 49 35 42 49 175 179 G7
46 45 -1 Jim Latimer M 157830 42 42 44 47 175 183 M18
47 48 1 Bill Abbott GM 17370 47 33 49 53 182 186 G8
48 45 -3 Andrew O'Brien A 138661 41 45 51 38 175 187 A20
49 51 2 Norman MacLean GM 154126 44 56 50 42 192 196 G9
50 50 0 Ken Signorello M 13994 48 41 48 51 188 196 M19
51 52 1 John Northrup GM 168520 50 48 52 45 195 199 G10
52 49 -3 Doug Pinciaro A 128369 39 52 46 50 187 199 A21
53 53 0 Michael Healy GM 170086 51 36 56 54 197 201 G11
54 54 0 William Orr M 170351 45 40 54 65F 204 212 M20
55 55 0 Jack Hamilton GM 170755 23 65F 65F 65F 218 222 G12
56 56 0 Dino Garbero M 172080 65F 53 55 52 225 233 M21
57 57 0 Nancy Cloud M 155218 65F 44 58 65F 232 240 M22
58 58 0 Fulvia Quilici-Mattevcci A 5252 65F 65F 53 55 238 250 A22
59 59 0 Carol Hesson A 7915 65F 65F 57 56 243 255 A23
60 60 0 Andrew Bates M 167505 65F 65F 65F 65F 260 268 M23
61 60 -1 Michael Doyle A 171622 65F 65F 65F 65F 260 272 A24
61 60 -1 David Waldron A 171664 65F 65F 65F 65F 260 272 A25
61 60 -1 Chris Hufstader A 159805 65F 65F 65F 65F 260 272 A26

 


Non Series Event - Midwest  Masters - District 18  September 22-23

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 Joe Collins incoming D-18 Secretary sent us results of the Midwest Masters Champs, sailed in conjunction with the D-18 Champs this year.

PLACE

SKIPPER

 

NO.

1

2

3

4 5 SCORE POINTS

1

 COLLINS, JOE

A

165964

6

24

6

6

3

45

60

2

 TILLMAN, DICK

GM

161125

19

19

9

12

5

64

69

3

 WAGNON, BRAD

GM

155214

14

10

14

15

23

76

81

4

 CALL, CASEY

A

892

5

22

17

9

14

67

82

5

 SWETKA, KEN

A

171628

22

23

3

3

24

75

90

6

 CHRISTOFF, DAVID

M

171031

21

16

12

22

17

88

98

7

 NICKESON, ERIC

A

160256

26

14

16

18

20

94

109

8

 KING, HOWARD

GGM

165962

35

26

29

24

15

129

129

9

 HAYCRAFT, DAVID

GM

100798

31

32

21

21

21

126

131

10

 PASLEY, LARRY

M

170716

29

12

32

28

27

128

138

11

 KILBEY, MARK

M

6-kilby

17

31

30

30

32

140

150

12

 CALL, JOHN

GM

120913

27

30

27

33

30

147

152

13

 GAMBLE, KEITH

M

170628

24

37

19

35

29

144

154

14

 SCHMAHL, JEFF

A

73801

32

34

33

25

33

157

172

15

 GINDLING, KEN

M

11402

33

36

34

31

35

169

179

16

 MAYES, DALE

A

169311

37

38

37

36

26

174

189


 

Series Event #8 - Atlantic Coast Masters, 200, Severn SA, Annapolis, MA - September 

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Brief report from Halsey Bullen:
The stiff Nantucket Sound winds that failed to show up at Hyannis for the NAs showed up a week later in Chesapeake Bay instead.  It blew 15-20 from the North on Saturday and 20-25 knots on Sunday, kicking up some impressive short chop in the mid-Bay where we raced.  79 boats registered but a great many never left the dock, accounting for the odd-looking scoring. Rudy Ratsep was the master of all masters with 4 bullets in 5 races.  Also impressive results the first day from Eric Robbins (who played the right side's favorable tides to a 1st, 2nd, and 10th after a 720) and Chas. Williamson, never out of the top five.  Impressive non-results that day from Kevin Kelley:  first to one finish by over 50 yards, but unable to locate the correct finish line, and then another first to the finish cancelled by an OCS.   Gary Orkney was fast and steady no matter how hard it blew, leading home the Masters, as was Peter Seidenberg to lead the Grandmasters.  Diane Burton left most of the guys in her wake, finishing 11th, with Karen Long not far behind her.  Bob Spillman was the GGM champ, acting as if all this wind and chop was nothing for a guy as young as he.  Only 30 intrepid souls ventured out in Sunday's howler.  The left side was fast this time.  Not a single complaint was heard when the committee called it a regatta after the second race.  (Your correspondent bailed our after the first Sunday race, following his policy of returning to the dock when you've lost count of how many times you have capsized.)  Severn Sailing Assn. did a super job on and off the water, and Master Chef Alain Vincey showed up to provide a marvelous dinner on Saturday, even though other catering commitments kept him off the water.  
 

Hcap Sailor Sail No.   Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Total Final
1 Rudolph Ratsep 152091 A1 1 1 3 1 1 22 16
2 Gary Orkney 170776 M1 2 7 14 2 4 39 23
3 Chas Williamson 170149 A2 5 4 2 4 2 32 24
4 Eric Robbins 166942 M2 10 2 1 9 7 39 27
5 Peter Seidenberg 170375 G1 7 10 4 6 10 42 31
6 Rich Warren 171178 M3 8 5 10 8 11 52 39
7 Martin Willard 171175 A3 3 6 80F 13 5 122 39
8 Mark Montour 168357 A4 6 11 9 3 9 53 39
9 Dave Breder 125282 A5 12 3 12 12 3 57 42
10 James Jacob 169355 A6 4 16 80F 5 6 126 43
11 Diane Burton 168549 M4 FI 18 12 8 11 8 67 47
12 Bob Tan 168424 A7 9 14 7 7 13 65 48
13 Eric Reinke 167454 A8 32 15 5 10 12 89 54
14 Don Woodworth 165036 G2 17 9 11 14 80F 136 55
15 Rob Overton 165888 G3 14 18 80O 17 14 148 67
16 Karen Long 166904 A9 F2 16 22 13 16 17 99 74
17 David Hartman 170646 G4 13 19 80O 23 18 158 77
18 Leonard Wells 166123 M5 15 25 20 20 16 106 79
19 Newt Wattis 172971 G5 21 21 22 18 19 106 83
20 Derek Stow 157812 M6 80F 17 16 22 22 167 85
21 Bill Vickers 1 A10 37 26 18 15 21 132 92
22 Christopher Houston 52644 M7 31 27 24 21 15 128 95
23 Rich Parolski 151860 G6 33 31 21 25 20 135 101
24 Alex Pline 168410 A11 25 30 15 19 80F 184 101
25 Bob Spillman 172093 S1 38 42 28 24 23 155 113
26 Halsey Bullen 168463 G7 28 32 33 28 80F 206 125
27 Ken Robertson 131526 S2 47 44 36 26 26 179 132
28 Bruce Irvin 143986 A12 34 43 35 29 24 180 134
29 Jim McDevitt 167235 A13 46 48 32 27 25 193 142
30 David Schoene 155315 A14 20 33 6 80F 80F 234 151
31 Mark Grinder 166901 M8 22 28 17 80F 80F 237 155
32 Mike Higgins 172984 A15 19 24 25 80F 80F 243 160
33 Ken Hopkins 170706 S3 24 36 23 80F 80F 243 163
34 Terry Clarence 106328 M9 26 20 29 80F 80F 245 163
35 Douglas Bargar 172458 M10 35 23 19 80F 80F 247 165
36 John Fragakis 166847 M11 30 29 26 80F 80F 255 173
37 Chip Whitesides 161958 M12 40 34 27 80F 80F 271 189
38 George Sechrist 168594 G8 39 37 31 80F 80F 272 191
39 Chris Legg 79 M13 11 13 80O 80F 80F 274 192
40 Bill Romano 40348 A16 80F 46 39 80F 27 287 204
41 Bob Rutsch 101669 A17 44 39 34 80F 80F 292 209
42 Jeff Wightman 151722 M14 27 56 40 80F 80F 293 211
43 Bill Hall 147002 A18 45 47 37 80F 80F 304 221
44 Dan Doyle 9303 A19  42 53 38 80F 80F 308 225
45 Fred Herr 153333 M15 23 45 80O 80F 80F 318 236
46 J.R. Futcher 144343 A20 F3 29 38 80F 80F 80F 322 239
47 Tip Clifton 11784 A21 80F 41 30 80F 80F 326 243
48 Craig Leonard 171024 A22 36 40 80F 80F 80F 331 248
49 Liz Hancock 152181 M16 F4 53 80F 80F 30 80F 333 251
50 Kevin Kelley 169553 A23 80F 8 80O 80F 80F 343 260
51 Mike Mueller 168274 G9 48 49 80F 80F 80F 342 261
52 Ken Campbell 137121 G10 50 50 80F 80F 80F 345 264
53 Hal Whitacre 44927 A24 43 54 80F 80F 80F 352 269
54 John Northrup 168520 G11 52 55 80F 80F 80F 352 271
55 Laura Belt 134969 A25 F5 51 51 80F 80F 80F 357 274
56 John Quay 155272 G12 80F 35 80F 80F 80F 360 279
57 Tom Kalaman 140759 G13 41 80F 80F 80F 80F 366 285
58 Barb Evans 8 A26 F6 49 80F 80F 80F 80F 384 301
59 Phil Romano 51677 A27 80F 52 80F 80F 80F 387 304
60 Carl Berninger 153091 S4 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 400 320
60 David Hazlehurst 128170 S5 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 400 320
62 Teri Munz 2 G14 F7 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 405 324
62 David Schwartz 155302 G15 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 405 324
62 Roger Bartholomee 133949 G16 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 405 324
62 Dave Branning 169329 G17 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 405 324
66 Joseph King 157835 M17 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 410 328
66 Gene Vialle 0 M18 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 410 328
66 Arland Whitesides 156971 M19 F8 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 410 328
66 Cesar Brignoni 101226 M20 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 410 328
66 Mike Davis 129333 M21 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 410 328
66 Rick Gamble 157852 M22 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 410 328
72 Roberto Lopez-Aparicio 171078 A28 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 415 332
72 Donald Daniels 0 A29 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 415 332
72 Holger Hinsch 171075 A30 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 415 332
72 William O'Brien 64774 A31 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 415 332
72 Greg Stevens 165988 A32 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 415 332
72 Mike Schmidt 166063 A33 80D 80F 80F 80F 80F 415 332
72 Jacie Swenson 100661 A34 F9 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 415 332
72 Fred Meno 128258 A35 80F 80F 80F 80F 80F 415 332

 


Series Event #9 - US Masters 2001, Mission Bay YC, San Diego, CA

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Report from Ian Lineberger on how Chris Raab won yet another Masters championship.  Results are below

Mission Bay YC is one of my favorite clubs and they always have great shore side and this regatta was no different. Lots of time in the parking lot to rig and catch up with old buds as the start is at noon. Very friendly atmosphere.

Typical light air the first race with lots of kelp to slow you down. Fifty one boats on the line. Million time US Master winner Chris Rabb showed why he is the man in SoCal. Playing mostly the left side up top Chris also has the speed downwind to protect any lead. He had a bad start, sailed through the fleet and won the race.

More breeze the next race with really bad kelp, this time the right paid as Rabb and fast socal guy Bob Falk made it all work. It was nice to see veteran Laser sailor Scott Young in third. Scott and Brodie Cobb haven't been seen in Lasers in years, its great to have them back. People look out these guys are good!

Third race of the day with more breeze saw Chuck Tripp (who has been practicing) beat Rabb to the finish line sailing the right side from the boat end. Chuck knows what time it is, time to get on port tack asap. The fleet sailed in as the breeze died and the sun set.

Saturday brought more breeze and we were hiking. Chris won again with Brodie Cobb in second and Tim Landt in third. The left started to pay a little during the first and second race. Scott Young had it all together in the second race starting near the pin and crossing about a third of the way up in a perfect 8 knots. He held on to win with Chris getting 10th place, I think he got pinched off by someone and forced the wrong way. It was a great day of racing. Fog came in and the fleet went to shore for an awesome cookout.

Sunday showed up with a nice 8-10 knot breeze which allowed both sides to work. Snipe god Doug Hart and Chuck Tripp went one two sailing very nicely, Rabb carded a fourth which gave him a three point lead over second place overall going into the last race.

Long time fast guy Martin Hartman is from San Fran. came alive winning the pin and picking a nice 10 knot leftie, crossed and left the fleet behind. Rabb, who had started at the boat in a match race with Ian Lineberger worked his way back to second to lock up his fourth straight US Masters.

Nil Andersson, 26th overall, and Peter Seidenberg, 28th overall, had a great battle for top GM with local Nils (who made the regatta happen) taking the top position.  Great Grand Master and really fast guy Jim Christopher finished 25th overall beating out the Grand Masters!

Chris has 28 national sailing titles in different classes. When you line up against him you had better bring your "A" game. Because he is going to bring his. He sails very smart and fast which also makes you look smarter than you actually are.

He drinks this stuff called Red Bull on the way to the course mixed in with a few marlboro lights. Doesn't really spend much time going upwind and sort of hangs out till the start. Then he goes fast.

He is the Champ. He is my friend.

Ian Lineberger

Place Skipper Sail Number Fleet R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7  total pts
1 Raab 3145 A 4 4 5 4 - 13 7 5 29
2 Lineberger 7000 M 9 12 5 7 5 5 - 13 43
3 Hart 2474 M 6 7 12 10 7 3 - 15 45
4 Tripp 8261 M 12 - 16 3 16 6 4 9 50
5 Cobb 5054 A - 18 12 8 5 10 11 12 58
6 Hartman 5987 A 9 - 25 11 16 9 16 4 65
7 Minth 3210 A 6 9 9 - 22 14 13 15 66
8 Falk 3241 A 12 5 - 55 ocs 21 6 14 11 69
9 Young 2453 A 17 6 22 - 29 4 17 6 72
10 Campbell 6090 M 7 - 23 14 13 10 7 21 72
11 Jones 2515 A 11 15 10 18 15 - 22 8 77
12 Symes 8206 M 18 9 11 11 11 - 24 20 80
13 Hallawell 6905 A 14 11 - 30 13 21 21 7 87
14 Landt 6918 M - 33 28 6 5 21 17 16 93
15 Usher 0222 A 25 7 - 55 ocs 7 17 33 13 102
16 Drasnin 3150 A - 33 16 18 20 24 9 19 106
17 Barnard 6138 A 24 14 14 15 - 43 20 24 111
18 Harrop 6146 A 26 18 19 9 20 - 34 20 112
19 Shattuck 6005 M 4 20 15 25 - 38 26 25 115
20 Robbins 6942 M 19 18 20 25 - 35 29 8 119
21 Thomas 3077 A 22 23 20 19 19 29 - 35 132
22 Pegel 1031 M 14 21 - 54 ocs 9 32 22 35 133
23 Lueck 6148 A 30 20 17 23 25 - 41 18 133
24 Montour 8357 A 23 - 40 26 24 18 28 25 144
25 Christopher 3103 GGM 18 36 32 - 38 24 7 36 153
26 Andersson 7285 GM - 37 31 27 29 21 22 29 159
27 Wilson 0025 M 36 - 40 22 26 28 11 37 160
28 Seidenberg 0375 GM 14 26 25 35 - 36 36 26 162
29 Schoettle 6167 GGM 25 35 - 41 35 27 16 26 164
30 Bullen 3239 GM 25 32 22 - 37 30 30 31 170
31 Schmitz 5900 M 40 30 35 - 41 15 34 31 185
32 Orkney 0776 M 43 34 24 46 - 48 14 26 187
33 Hodson 5402 M 39 29 30 29 27 - 42 39 193
34 Grinder 6901 M 34 26 27 34 - 46 35 42 198
35 Hartman 0646 GM 43 30 26 42 zfp - 48 29 28 198
36 Smith 6819 A - 48 46 45 24 26 26 37 204
37 Kimball 5016 M 35 35 - 54 dnc 27 43 36 33 209
38 Eichwald 1039 GGM 26 34 34 40 38 - 43 38 210
39 Burden 4347 M 31 25 - 54 ocs 39 30 54 dnc 54 dnc 233
40 Welles 2451 M 30 42 37 42 39 - 52 43 233
41 Sternal 1166 M - 51 41 32 35 41 50 34 233
42 Herbst 2514 M 37 47 33 - 50 33 44 45 239
43 Bremer 4099 A - 50 44 41 45 37 39 47 253
44 Katzfey 9501 M 42 - 52 41 51 44 39 47 264
45 Davidson 7362 A - 55 dns 55 dnc 55 ocs 32 35 48 42 267
46 Bowden 2347 GM 49 47 41 44 - 51 50 43 274
47 Laura Symes 1351 A 42 47 40 50 - 52 44 52 275
48 Little 2174 M 45 44 - 54 ocs 47 45 46 48 275
49 Martineli 4421 A 47 50 39 49 - 51 42 50 277
50 Harper 6144 GGM 50 49 - 52 ocs 51 51 47 50 298
51 McElavin 4882 A 49 51 - 55 ocs 53 50 49 51 303

 


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