2015 North American Championship

2015 North American Championship

2015 North American Championship

2015 North American Championship

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  • Farallones Race
    The fully-crewed Farallones Race hosted by San Francisco YC is 58nm from inside the San Francisco Bay, around the rocks and back into the Bay. In PHRF 1C class, the J/105s cleaned house with Doug Bailey’s AKULA winning class and classmate Sergei Podshivalov’s JAVELIN in second just 2 minutes behind on corrected time. For more Farallones Race sailing information, visit Continue Reading...
  • Annapolis YC Annual Regatta
    The Annapolis YC’s Annual Regatta continues to be a popular event at the beginning of the Chesapeake Bay summer sailing season. This year’s event was well-attended across the board in both offshore PHRF handicap divisions as well as in one-design fleets. With a dozen boats, the J/105s had the largest fleet in the event. Winning was the Lewis/Salvesen team on Continue Reading...
  • Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in Chicago
    Patience. Plenty of it was required over the four-day Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in Chicago as wind conditions varied from fresh to frustrating, and wind shifts swung unpredictably from the lakeshore to offshore. But those who kept their composure during long morning postponements were rewarded with challenging races in the end. Irrespective of the outcome for each of the 163 Continue Reading...
  • NYYC Annual Regatta
    J/105 Fleet 14 (Southern New England) held its inaugural 2016 season counter with the New York Yacht Club’s 162nd Annual Regatta, consisting of the Around Island Race on Friday, June 10, scored as a separate event, followed by two days of buoy racing. While the J/105 fleet had a small turnout, skippers used it to try out some new crew Continue Reading...
  • Goose Island Colors Regatta
    The annual regatta that marks the start of the offshore sailing season in Chicago on Lake Michigan is Columbia YC’s Goose Island Colors Regatta. Jon Weglarz’ THE ASYLUM led the charge in the J/105 fleet with score of just 6 points—the result of winning four races and having to tolerate a second in the second race of the first day. Continue Reading...
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