Confounding and dying NW wind.
Teams needed to be hyper-vigilant before start as major windshifts changed the landscape to the tune of 30-50 degrees at the start.
Lots of pile-ups and fouls at the pin, and a few people actually did their turns, but a few did not.
Good competitive sailing in marginal/poor racing conditions. Jordan/Chase and Owen/Addi managed their risk and leverage very well, and mostly stayed out of problems at the start. You can see how close the scores are: EIGHT boats had a top-2 finish!!! This tells you that you cannot win every race. You have to turn a 7 into a 5. If you do that, you might win; Remember the winning team had a mid-fleet (6) finish, so every point counts.
|Place||Boat #||Race 1||2||3||Total|
|1||Jordan Bruce||Chase W Hilliard||3||3||6||1||10|
|2||Owen Hennessey||Addi Harris||1||5||3||3||11|
|4||Thomas Sitzmann||Raam Fox||11||8||2||4||14|
|5||Teddy Cromwell||Alex Brenia||6||7||1||7||15|
|6||Robby Meek||Benjamin Saunders||12||6||5||5||16|
|7||Zander King||Rees Tindall||9||1||10||8||19|
|9||Sam Bruce||Cole Petrinko||4||9||10||2||21|
|10||Kyle Reinecke||Chase O’Malley||6||10||9||7||26|
|11||Lilly Baker||Chris Sixbey||8||12||12||10||34|
|12||Nick Garcia||Brooke Arnold||10||11||11||12||34|