Champions Regatta

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Champions Regatta

Postby Rick West » Tue Mar 08, 2011 12:32 pm

This event is being held this weekend in Charleston. Go to this link to see the sailing roster.
http://www.ec12.org/Regattas/CRS/2011CRS.htm

Reichard Kahle, Rick Gerry, Bill Coates and the Charleston group are hosting.

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Postby kahle67 » Sat Mar 12, 2011 6:50 pm

Standings after 12 races with one throw out factored in. More after dinner.

Captain Score
Chuck Luscomb 58
Dave Ramos 59
Baron Bremer 67
Mark Rinehart 68
Scott Vernon 75
Danny Thomas 83
Dick Hedderick 90
David Brawner 102
John Bottensek 104
Jake Leo 109
Bob Greer 109
Alan Perkins 115
Doug Wotring 120
Eric Olson 122
Chris Kakavas 126
Harry Mote 130
Tony Shoaf 133
Gerry Cobley 139
Tim Stone 174
Dave Vancleef 188


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Postby Fred Maurer » Sun Mar 13, 2011 11:58 am

Many thanks for the update. There are fans out here that are interested and wish we could be there.
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Postby IrishAye » Sun Mar 13, 2011 7:16 pm

Hi Rick,

Do you have the final results yet ..?

Captain Score
Chuck Luscomb 58
Dave Ramos 59
Baron Bremer 67
Mark Rinehart 68
Scott Vernon 75
Danny Thomas 83
Dick Hedderick 90
David Brawner 102
John Bottensek 104
Jake Leo 109
Bob Greer 109
Alan Perkins 115
Doug Wotring 120
Eric Olson 122
Chris Kakavas 126
Harry Mote 130
Tony Shoaf 133
Gerry Cobley 139
Tim Stone 174
Dave Vancleef 188


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Postby kahle67 » Sun Mar 13, 2011 9:02 pm

Dave Ramos won the regatta posting consistent scores by staying out of trouble and starting well. Baron finished second after an amazing run at the beginning of the regatta with four bullets and a second in the first five races. Rinehart was third and gets his name on the trophy as well (top three go on the engraving of the Sir Francis of Graham Trophy). Report and pictures coming soon.

Captain Score
Dave Ramos 59
Baron Bremer 92
Mark Rinehart 94.8
Chuck Luscomb 97.6
David Brawner 142
Dick Hedderick 146
Danny Thomas 147
Scott Vernon 157
Gerry Cobley 162
Bob Greer 164
Alan Perkins 169
Jake Leo 173
John Bottensek 173
Harry Mote 175
Doug Wotring 176
Eric Olson 191
Chris Kakavas 194
Tony Shoaf 231
Tim Stone 282
Dave Vancleef 335


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Postby geeks2you » Sun Mar 13, 2011 9:41 pm

Here are the first round of photos just to get the important stuff up there.

https://picasaweb.google.com/ec12photos/ChampionsRegatta2011#

I really had a great weekend... truly an honor to sail among the skippers that we had competing this weekend. I wish that I could say that my performance matched my experienced gained... but I will take my 16th place proudly!

Thanks again to the Charleston Crew for putting on a fabulous regatta.

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Postby efreeland » Sun Mar 13, 2011 11:25 pm

Looks like fun. How often do you see a score that is the same at the end of the regatta as it was in the middle. What a great second day that must have been! Thanks for the photos and updates!

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Postby greerdr » Mon Mar 14, 2011 1:16 am

Bob Dudinsky took some pix:
https://picassaweb.google.com/greerdr.
I think my site has been "hacked"
If you have been to my picassa web before you should be able to see the photos.


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Postby tag1945 » Mon Mar 14, 2011 5:10 am

Try this Bob

https://picasaweb.google.com/greerdr/Champions201103#

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Bob Dudinsky took some pix:
https://picassaweb.google.com/greerdr.
I think my site has been "hacked"
If you have been to my picassa web before you should be able to see the photos.


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Postby Doug Wotring » Mon Mar 14, 2011 4:55 pm

HI skippers, fun weekend, as usual,

Thanks to the staff for the hard work and for Ricky opting to run that last race on Sat. :)

I seemed to have left a fleece type pullover down there, tookit off half way through the day ( grey black and white...sort of mottled looking pattern.)

anyone happen to pick it up?

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Postby Chuck Luscomb » Tue Mar 15, 2011 12:47 pm

Reichard and Rick,

Thanks for a great time in Charleston and all the time and energy it takes for putting on an event like this. It was a great to see everyone and meet some new members to the fraternity.

Wonderful event guys!

Congradulations to Mr. Ramos for what was a truly exquisit charge on Sunday. There was just no catching him. Great job Dave!


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Postby greerdr » Wed Mar 16, 2011 12:58 am

I must also "pile-on"
Rick and Reichard did a super job dealing with" Ole Uncle Franks" light and variable winds.
WE, AS SKIPPERS-NOT SO MUCH.
How can we do better?
I am, and always will be, a middle fleet sailor-but I know we can be better.
If we take our poor behavior back to our respective fleets, we will just make it worse.
What are we doing wrong?
How can we fix it?
We are invited to the most prestigious event in RC sailing and we get at each others throats?
We are the leaders-We really need to be better (and we can be- with just a little effort).
Help us show our best face forward.


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Postby Rick West » Wed Mar 16, 2011 3:49 pm

Hmmm, the NCR committee has discussed this. Some may hear, "XX please retire your boat for this heat, immediately."

It is protest, acknowledge or disagree with a counter protest. That's it unless there is a change of heart and a turn made and acknowlegement. I would hate to see some top sailor sit out the remainder of a heat

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Postby Chuck Luscomb » Wed Mar 16, 2011 7:23 pm

Can we move this to the CRS discussion page?

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