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Junior Sailing Association of Long Island Sound

2017 YEARBOOK

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Junior Sailing Association of Long Island Sound 1 Woodbine Avenue, Larchmont, NY 10538-0212 T 914-834-4202 F 914-407-1540 E info@jsalis.org W www.jsalis.org Blog www.jibetalk.com www.facebook.com/jsaoflis www.twitter.com/jsaoflis www.instagram.com/jsaoflis

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JUNIOR SAILING ASSOCIATION of LONG ISLAND SOUND, Inc. 1 Woodbine Ave. Larchmont, NY 10538-0212 Telephone: 914-834-4202 Fax: 914-407-1540 E-mail: info@JsaLis.org Web Site: www.JsaLis.org Blog: www.JibeTalk.com Facebook: www.Facebook.com/JSAofLIS Twitter: www.Twitter.com/JSAofLIS Instagram: www.Instagram.com/JSAofLIS


Table of Contents Description of the JSA of LIS ................................................................... 3 Mission Statement .................................................................................... 3 Statement of Goals ................................................................................... 3 Code of Ethics .......................................................................................... 3 JSA Board of Directors and Committee List ............................................. 4 JSA Member Clubs and Associations ....................................................... 6 Junior Sailing Program Leaders ............................................................... 9 Club Codes ............................................................................................... 14 JSA Areas ................................................................................................. 15 JSA Event Calendar ................................................................................. 16 By-Laws .................................................................................................... 20 Dues ......................................................................................................... 23 Rules for JSA Events 1 Abbreviations and Definitions ............................................................... 26 2 Safety ................................................................................................... 27 3 Eligibility................................................................................................ 27 4 Personal Conduct ................................................................................. 28 5 JSA Championship Events ................................................................... 30 6 Modifications to the Rules for JSA Event .............................................. 33 Appendix A - Optimist specific rules ....................................................... 34 Appendix B - Pixel specific rules ............................................................. 35 Appendix C - RS Feva specific rules ...................................................... 35 Appendix D - Club 420 specific rules ...................................................... 36 Appendix E - Laser, Laser Radial, Laser 4.7 specific rules ..................... 37 Appendix F - PHRF Event specific rules ................................................. 38 Founding JSA Members and Former JSA Officers ................................... 41 JSA Trophies and Record of Past Winners .............................................. 45 Boat Classes: Optimist .................................................................................................. 78 Pixel ....................................................................................................... 78 Feva........................................................................................................ 78 Club 420 ................................................................................................. 78 Laser....................................................................................................... 79 US Sailing ................................................................................................ 79 Inter Scholastic SA ................................................................................... 79 Inter Collegiate SA ................................................................................... 79 JSA Ethics Guidelines .............................................................................. 80

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Junior Sailing Association of Long Island Sound The Junior Sailing Association of Long Island Sound supports its member junior sailing programs through leadership, training, communication and eventscheduling. Its member programs are sponsored by yacht, sailing, beach and shore clubs, associations, and youth and community organizations. The programs are located on tidewater in Connecticut or New York. Founded in 1924 and incorporated in the State of New York in 1958, the JSA of LIS is an independent, non-profit corporation. The JSA is governed by a Board of Directors elected by representatives from its member programs. (See ByLaws). The JSA is a member of US Sailing and US Sailing’s Area B Council. The Board of Directors of the JSA also serves as the Junior Sailing Committee of the Yacht Racing Association of Long Island Sound (YRALIS).

Mission Statement The Junior Sailing Association of Long Island Sound supports junior sailors at member programs by fostering and coordinating programs and activities that encourage them to experience the joy of sailing and instill a life-long love of this great sport. The JSA promotes ethical behavior among its sailors and encourages the teaching of lessons which build character, foster teamwork and strengthen respect for self and others. The JSA encourages an appreciation and respect for the marine environment so important to sailing. Through its programs and policies, the JSA supports both serious competitors and recreational sailors at all levels of skill and encourages their sailing in local waters and beyond.

JSA of LIS Goals In order to carry out its mission serving junior sailors in our area, the JSA supports member programs by providing: - leadership and continuity among member programs in areas including, but not limited to, ethics, boat selection, scheduling and regatta management - training and support for program chairs, instructors, junior event organizers and other volunteers of member junior sailing programs - communication through newsletters, general meetings and workshops to benefit program administrators, event organizers, instructors, junior sailors and their parents - specialized clinics and seminars for junior sailors run by professionals during the summer and off-season - recognition of sportsmanship and achievement by awarding prizes to junior sailors and instructors.

JSA Code of Ethics Each competitor deserves respect. Think before you act. Have fun! In victory and in defeat, be gracious. Comply with the rules. Sail smart, sail fair, sail fast. “You haven't won the race, if in winning the race you have lost the respect of your competitors.” Paul Elvstrom (4 time Olympic Gold Medalist)

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JSA 2016-2017 Board of Directors CO-CHAIRPERSONS Phone Email Affiliation Karen Quirke 917-690-2001 karenquirke@me.com American Yacht Club / New York Yacht Club Peter “Pedro” Lorson 516 996-6586 peter.lorson@wsaccess.com Manhasset Bay Yacht Club / Port Washington Yacht Club VICE CHAIRPERSONS George “Chuck” McCarthy 516-428-6396 Port Washington Yacht Club Dave Waldo 631-707-4217 The WaterFront Center Philip “Fee” Mitropoulos 646-416-0873

chuck.mccarthy@me.com dlwaldo@gmail.com fee@mac.com

TREASURER Tim Clark Pequot Yacht Club

203-414-9059

tclark1001@optonline.net

SECRETARY Richard West Stamford Yacht Club

917-647-8894

dickwest@gmail.com

CLASS OF 2017 Janet Grapengeter Noroton Yacht Club

718-450-2263

janet.grapengeter@gmail.com

Bill Cornachio 516-627-4471 Manhasset Bay Yacht Club CLASS OF 2018 Tim Doolin 914-391-2423 Larchmont Shore Club Mike Gehrling 516-768-0932 Sagamore Junior Sailing

cornachio@optonline.net

tdoolin@optonline.net

captmike5@hotmail.com

Julie O’Shea 917-405-6750 julieoshea@osheapartners.com Shelter Island Yacht Club / American Yacht Club CLASS OF 2019 Alex Helfand 917-488-3234 New York Athletic Club Anne Munkenbeck Norwalk Yacht Club

203-451-1570

Sheelagh Thomson 914-980-7239 Larchmont Yacht Club Representatives for Sailing Instructors Kevin Broome 914-815-2434 American Yacht Club Nicky Souter 203-637-1706 Riverside Yacht Club Executive Director Bob Whittredge

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914-834-4202

ahelfand534@gmail.com

annemunkenbeck@optonline.net

sheelaghthomson@msn.com

americanycsailing@gmail.com sailingdirector@riversideyc.org

info@jsalis.org


Committees of the JSA Board Regatta Committee: -Event Scheduling

Fee Mitropoulos, Dave Waldo, Mike Gehrling

-Guidelines for Regatta Best Practices

Janet Grapengeter

-Standardized Forms: NOR, SI, & JSA Rules for Events -Online registration and scoring

Fee Mitropoulos, Mike Gehrling, Todd Field, Janet Grapengeter Sheelagh Thomson, Tim Clark, Dave Waldo

Jr. Big Boat Seamanship & Navigation -Navigation Test & Training Curriculum -Marlinspike Seamanship Training & Big Boat Cruising

Chuck McCarthy, Alex Helfand, Mike Gehrling Karen Quirke

JSA Managed Events: -Midwinter Meeting / Program Management Workshop -Event Management Workshop

Richard West, Anne Munkenbeck

-Head Instructor Workshop

Richard West, Karen Quirke

-All Instructor Workshop -McIntyre Team Clinegatta

Alex Helfand, Fee Mitropoulos, Sheelagh Thomson Chuck McCarthy

-Girls’ Champs

Anne Munkenbeck

-Preseason Racing Clinic

Richard West, Pedro Lorson Chuck McCarthy,

Alex Helfand

Boat Class representatives: -Optimist

Pedro Lorson & Tim Doolin

-Pixel

Fee Mitropoulos

-Feva

Tim Doolin, Alex Helfand. Bill Cornachio

-Club 420

Dave Waldo

-Laser

Pedro Lorson

Adventure Sailing Bylaws and Legal Review US Sailing Area B Coordination

Tim Doolin, Dave Waldo, Julie O'Shea Tim Clark, Bill Cornachio Richard West, Bill Cornachio, Janet Grapengeter Richard West, Bob Whittredge

Regional Sailing Association Coordination Communications: Website, Blog, Social Media Nominating Committee

Chuck McCarthy, Julie O'Shea

Finance Committee

Tim Clark, Pedro Lorson, Karen Quirke , Bob Whittredge Fee Mitropoulos, Bob Whittredge

Yearbook Trophies – Championships, Season and Special Awards

Alex Helfand, Janet Grapengeter, Julie O'Shea and Bob Whittredge To be elected May 2017

Janet Grapengeter, Bob Whittredge

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Clubs and Sailing Associations in the JSA of LIS * indicates Provisional Member Program ** indicates Special Program Member AMERICAN YACHT CLUB 499 STUYVESANT AVE MILTON POINT RYE, NY 10580 914-967-4800 JR. PHONE. EXT 129 FAX: 914-967-5340 www.americanyc.org JuniorAYC@gmail.com Radio Channel 73 BEACH POINT YACHT CLUB 900 RUSHMORE AVE MAMARONECK, NY 10543 914-698-1600 FAX: 914-698-4650 BELLE HAVEN YACHT CLUB 100 HARBOR DRIVE GREENWICH, CT 06830 203-861-5353 FAX: 203-869-0612 www.bellehavenclub.com BLACK ROCK YACHT CLUB 80 GROVERS AVE BRIDGEPORT, CT 06605 203-384-2792 FAX: 203-368-1972 www.blackrockyc.com CEDAR POINT YACHT CLUB 1 BLUFF POINT WESTPORT, CT 06880 203-226-7411 www.cedarpointyc.org CENTERPORT YACHT CLUB 99 BEACH PLUM DRIVE CENTERPORT, NY 11721 631-261-5440 FAX: 631-261-5452 www.centerport-yc.org COLD SPRING HARBOR BEACH CLUB 101 SHORE ROAD COLD SPRING HARBOR, NY 11724 631-692-6540 BOATHOUSE: 631-692-6546 JR. SAILING 631- 692-0829

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DARIEN JUNIOR SAILING ** PO BOX 45 DARIEN, CT 06820 www.sail.darien.org DOUGLASTON YACHT SQUADRON 600 WEST DRIVE DOUGLASTON, NY 11363 718-229-3900 FAX: 718-423-1053 GREAT NECK PARKS** 65 ARRANDALE AVENUE GREAT NECK, NY 11023 516-482-0355 Marina 38 STEPPINGSTONE LANE GREAT NECK, NY 11023 516-482-0342 HEAD OF THE BAY CLUB 191 BAY ROAD HUNTINGTON, NY 11743 631-427-5555 FAX: 516-427-1370 HEMPSTEAD HARBOUR CLUB GARVIES POINT ROAD PO BOX 192 GLEN COVE, NY 11542 516-671-0600 www.hempsteadharbourclub.com

HORSESHOE HARBOR YACHT CLUB 65 PARK AVENUE PO BOX 136 LARCHMONT, NY 10538 914-834-9418 HUGUENOT YACHT CLUB HARBOR LANE WEST NEW ROCHELLE, NY 10805 914-636-6300 FAX: 914-636-0146 www.huguenotyc.com


HUNTINGTON YACHT CLUB 95 EAST SHORE RD HUNTINGTON, NY 11743 631-427-4949 FAX: 516-427-4995 INDIAN HARBOR YACHT CLUB 710 STEAMBOAT ROAD GREENWICH, CT 06830 203-869-2484 x31 www.indianharboryc.com LARCHMONT SHORE CLUB 1 OAK BLUFF AVE. LARCHMONT, NY 10538 914-834-1516 FAX: 914-834-8218 LARCHMONT YACHT CLUB 1 WOODBINE AVE. LARCHMONT, NY 10538 914-834-2440 FAX: 914-834-7238 www.larchmontyc.org juniorsailing@larchmontyc.org LLOYD NECK BATH CLUB 493 WEST NECK ROAD LLOYD HARBOR, NY 11743 PHONE: 631-423-0401 FAX: 631-423-0403 www.lloydneckbathclub.org MANHASSET BAY YACHT CLUB 455 MAIN STREET PORT WASHINGTON, NY 11050 516-767-2150 FAX: 516-767-2076 www.manhassetbayyc.org MILFORD YACHT CLUB 131 TRUMBULL AVE. MILFORD, CT 06460 203-783-0060 FAX: 203-783-3962 NEW YORK ATHLETIC CLUB YACHT CLUB TRAVERS ISLAND 31 SHORE ROAD PELHAM MANOR, NY 10803 914-738-2700 FAX: 914-738-0065

NOROTON YACHT CLUB PO BOX 925, 23 BAYWATER DR. NOROTON, CT 06820 203-655-7686 FAX: 203-655-7686 JR. PHONE: 203-202-7100

NORTHPORT YACHT CLUB 11 BLUFFPOINT ROAD NORTHPORT, NY 11768 631-261-7633 FAX: 631-261-8573

NORWALK YACHT CLUB 10 NATHAN HALE ROAD SOUTH NORWALK, CT 06854 203-866-0941 JUNIOR SAILING 203-866-7270 www.norwalkyachtclub.com/junior-sailing

ORIENT YACHT CLUB 2110 VILLAGE LANE PO BOX 161 ORIENT, NY 11957 631-323-9767 www.orientyc.com ORIENTA BEACH CLUB 1054 WALTON AVE MAMARONECK, NY 10543 914-698-1900 FAX: 914-698-1903 www.orientabeachclub.com PEQUOT YACHT CLUB 669 HARBOR ROAD SOUTHPORT, CT 06890 203-255-5740 FAX: 203-254-7245 JR PHONE: 203-255-5740 X21 jrsailingcommittee@pequotyc.com PORT WASHINGTON YACHT CLUB 1 YACHT CLUB DRIVE PT WASHINGTON, NY 11050 516-767-1614 Jr. phone ext. 27 FAX: 516-767-9019 www.pwyc.com pwycjrsailIng@gmail.com

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RIVERSIDE YACHT CLUB 102 CLUB ROAD RIVERSIDE, CT 06878 203-637-1706 FAX: 203-698-1431 JR PHONE: 203-637-2708 www.riversideyc.org sailingdirector@riversideyc.org ROCKY POINT CLUB 60 ROCKY POINT ROAD PO BOX 359 OLD GREENWICH, CT 06870 GATEHOUSE 203-637-2397 MANAGER 203-637-3620 SAIL OFFICE/FAX: 203-637-2773 ROTON POINT SAILING ASSOCIATION 15 PINE POINT ROAD PO BOX 116 ROWAYTON, CT 06853 203-838-1606 SAGAMORE YACHT CLUB 1 BAY AVE PO BOX 327 OYSTER BAY, NY 11771 516-922-0555 SEA CLIFF YACHT CLUB 42 THE BOULEVARD SEA CLIFF, NY 11579 516-671-7374 office@seacliffyc.org SEAWANHAKA CORINTHIAN YACHT CLUB 314 YACHT CLUB ROAD, CENTRE ISLAND OYSTER BAY, NY 11771 516-922-6200 Jr ext 117 info@seawanhakajuniorclub.org www.seawanhaka.org SHELTER ISLAND YC PO BOX 546 SHELTER ISLAND HEIGHTS NY, 11965 631-749-0888 (main clubhouse) 631-749-1829 (jr sailing clubhouse) FAX: 631-749-0704 www.siyc.com programadministraor@siycjunior.com

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SHORE & COUNTRY CLUB 220 GREGORY BOULEVARD EAST NORWALK, CT 06855 203-838-7507 FAX: 203-866-5157 www.shoreandcountryclub.com STAMFORD YACHT CLUB 97 OCEAN DRIVE WEST WEST STAMFORD, CT 06902 203-323-3161 FAX: 203-348-2120 THE WATERFRONT CENTER ** 1 WEST END AVE OYSTER BAY, NY 11771 516-922-7245 info@thewaterfrontcenter.org www.thewaterfrontcenter.org WEE BURN BEACH CLUB 7 ANCHOR ROAD ROWAYTON, CT 06853 203-866-1655 FAX: 203-866-1826 www.weeburn.org


Junior Sailing Program Leaders AMERICAN YC Kevin Broome Sailing Director 914-815-2434 AmericanYCSailing@gmail.com Mimi Shea Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 914-330-9142 mimipshea@gmail.com Drew Shea Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 917-301-0980 wandrewshea@gmail.com Paula Fung Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 914-584-7227 embex84@aol.com Drew Fung Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 914-967-6948 drewfung1@gmail.com Junior Club Office 914-967-4800 x129 juniorayc@gmail.com BEACH POINT YC Mark Ellman Jr. Sailing Chair 917-620-1164 mellman@celestialcapital.com Matthew Faucher Marine Facilities Manger 914-698-1600 x137 matthew@beachpointclub.org BELLE HAVEN CLUB Michele Smith Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 203-637-9696 MicheleSmithCT@gmail.com Melissa Chickering Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 917-684-0510 Melissa_Southern@yahoo.com

BLACK ROCK YC Dan Lent Junior Activities Chair 860-888-2374 DLent@CantorColburn.com CEDAR POINT YC Ann Marie Breschard Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 203-952-4456 robbre@optonline.net Samantha Parisi Race Director 908-783-7572 Racedirector@cedarpointyc.org Scott Henjes Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 203-451-9575 scotth@hiflyr.com Michelle Murphy Jr Sailing Co-Chair 203-216-7718 Michellemurphy9697@gmail.com Mike Ances Jr Sailing Director 203-257-4706 mikeancescpyc@gmail.com CENTERPORT YC Felix Hafen Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 631-561-8123 felixh@ctp-online.com Stacey Back Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 631-561-8160 s.back@verizon.net COLD SPRING HARBOR BC Gary Knapp Manager 516-641-6217 cshbc@aol.com Leigh Woodworth Jr. Sailing Chair 443-278-3018 llw16@me.com

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DARIEN JUNIOR SAILING Linda Hannett Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 203-656-0333 dariensailing@gmail.com Tracy King Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 203-899-0268 dariensailing@gmail.com DOUGLASTON YS Laura McAndrew Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 718-810-2943 ljmcandrew@hotmail.com Michel Fiechter Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 646-529-5614 mfiechter@tpgarchitecture.com John Veneziano General Manager 718-229-3900 GM@douglastonclub.com GREAT NECK PARK DISTRICT Dana Giannone Recreation Dept 516-487-2975 x112 GNDanaG@GreatNeckParks.org HEAD OF THE BAY CLUB Bernice Simpson Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 516-375-7580 sixsimpson@aol.com Carey Rogers Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 631-988-4637 carey.rogers@elliman.com HEMPSTEAD HARBOUR CLUB Jonathan Waechter Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 646-549-2046 HHCJuniorSailing@gmail.com Erik Moses Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 516-458-9358 HHCJuniorSailing@gmail.com

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HORSESHOE HARBOR YC Carolynn Dilworth Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 914-438-4632 carodilworth@aol.com

Debbie Norris Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 917-499-0000 dnorris@bullseyedm.com Ellie Norris Program Director ellieknorris@me.com HUGUENOT YC Andrea Giantelli Jr Sailing Co-Chair 203-822-4522 agg97@yahoo.com Gloria Head Office Manager 914-636-6300 huguenotyacht@gmail.com Monica Sciales Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 914-536-8377 monica.sciales@gmail.com HUNTINGTON YC Stephen O'Reilly Jr. Sailing Chair 526-574-3059 sailor25@optonline.net Nancy Gaska Club Manager officemgr@huntingtonyachtclub.com INDIAN HARBOR YC Tucker Northrop Head Instructor 203-869-2484 x31 jrsailing@indianharboryc.com Talal Debs Jr. Sailing Chair talaldebs@gmail.com Erin Sprague Sailing Director 203-869-2484 x31 sailing@indinaharboryc.com


Joel Labuzetta Waterfront Director 203-524-7740 waterfront@indianharboryc.com LARCHMONT SHORE CLUB Tim Doolin Jr. Sailing Chair 914-391-2423 tdoolin@optonline.net LARCHMONT YACHT CLUB Dorsey Roseberry Jr. Sailing Chair 914-649-0357 Dorseyroseberry@gmail.com Nick Martin Junior Sailing Program Director 914-468-7735 nickmartin@larchmontyc.org Hobie Ponting Assistant Sailing Director 914-314-8499 hobie@larchmontyc.org LLOYD NECK BATH CLUB Brian Whelehan Jr. Sailing Chair 631-549-2348 lnbcsailing@gmail.com MANHASSET BAY YC Tara Marsigliano Jr. Activities Director 516-767-2150 tara.marsigliano@manhassetbayyc.org William Cornachio Jr. Sailing Chair 516 627-4471 cornachio@optonline.net MILFORD YC Bruce Scull Jr. Sailing Chair 203-545-5862 brucescull804@gmail.com Richard Lane Jr. Sailing Director 203-570-2999 richardlane18@yahoo.com

New York Athletic Club YC Alex Helfand Junior and Adult Sailing Chair 917-488-3234 AHelfand534@gmail.com Joseph Nicaj Travers Island Manager 914-740-1102 JosephN@nyac.org NOROTON YACHT CLUB Suzanne Seymour Jr. Sailing Co-Chair suzy.seymour@me.com Connor Brady Sailing Director 843-422-1019 cbrady.nyc@gmail.com Claudia Sheehan Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 203-561-0249 claudiasheehan@me.com NORTHPORT YC Brent Thompson Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 626-353-0623 thompsb@sunysuffolk.edu Leigh Ann Rossi Jr. Sailing Chair 516-652-8030 jsail@northportyachtclub.com NORWALK YC Garrett Friedrichsen Jr. Sailing Co-Chair friedrichsen@yahoo.com Sam Jones Sailing Director 203-614-9726 sailingdirector@norwalkyachtclub.com Junior Sailing Office JrSailing@norwalkyachtclub.com Will Beery Jr. Sailing Chair 203-253-5873 william.beery@gmail.com

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ORIENT YACHT CLUB Cindy McKinney Rear Commodore 917-693-6308 cindy.mckinney77@gmail.com Jr. Sailing Office orientjrsailing@gmail.com ORIENTA BEACH CLUB Cindy Lee Jr. Sailing Committee 917-816-1218 CLee@knoll.com Karen Spiridellis Jr. Sailing Committee 917-748-5977 karenhsp@verizon.net Patty Broderick Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 914-384-5034 pattybroderick8@gmail.com PEQUOT YC Charlie Reynolds Junior Sailing Committee cr3ynolds@gmail.com Jr. Sailing Office Jr. Program Administrator 203-255-5740 x21 jrsailingcommittee@pequotyc.com PORT WASHINGTON YC Daniel Griffin Jr. Sailing Chair 347-276-6116 danielgriffinmd@gmail.com Morgan Collins Jr. Sailing Director morgan.leigh.wilson@gmail.com RIVERSIDE YC Nicky Souter Sailing Director 206-637-1706 sailingdirector@riversideyc.org; nickysouter84@gmail.com Christine Walker Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 203-554-7804 christinewalker7@me.com

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Richard Walker Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 347-573-2061 richardkwalker@yahoo.com Renee Sheppard Jr. Sailing Chair 646-242-3255 reneesheppard@gmail.com Nick Sheppard Jr. Sailing Chair 917-434-2014 nrsheppard@yahoo.com ROCKY POINT CLUB Thomas Flakstad Jr. Sailing Co-Chair thofla@dcarnegie.com Amy Leahy Jr. Sailing Co-Chair amy@leahyip.com Kyle Ferguson Head Instructor 203-564-6459 headinstructor@rockypointclub.com ROTON POINT SA Bill Boulay General Manager 203-838-1606 x10 manager@rotonpoint.org Louisa Lima Waterfront Dir / Jr. Sailing Chair 203-644-0183 waterfront@rotonpoint.org SAGAMORE YC Barbara Curry Jr. Sailing Committee 917-750-7201 ibarbaracurry@gmail.com Bill Peterson Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 917-544-8792 sagamorejuniorsailing@gmail.com Mike Gehrling Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 516 768 0932 captmike5@hotmail.com


Todd Field Junior Program Manager 631 897-0492 sjsprogrammanager@gmail.com

Caitlin Nevins Jr. Sailing Program Director 203-570-4343 sccjrsailing@gmail.com

SEA CLIFF YC Henriette Rohl Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 718-757-7419 rohl.sea.cliff@gmail.com

STAMFORD YC Brendan Larabee Sailing Director 203-323-3161 x30 sailingdirector@stamfordyc.com

Dave Whitting Jr. Sailing Co-Chair davidwhitting@yahoo.com Keith Maler Jr. Sailing Co-Chair keithmaler@gmail.com Shane Denley Jr. Sailing Co-Chair shanedenley@gmail.com SEAWANHAKA CORINTHIAN YC Jean-Pierre Blaise Jr. Sailing Chair juniorclub@seawanhaka.org Tomas Ruiz de Luque Sailing Director 516-922-6200 x129 TRuiz@seawanhaka.org

James Calver Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 203-644-2731 James.Calver@allexian.com Richard West Jr. Sailing Co-Chair 917-647-8894 dickwest@gmail.com THE WATERFRONT CENTER David L. Waldo Executive Director 516-922-7245 x25 dwaldo@thewaterfrontcenter.org Alicia Martorella Sailing Director 516 660 2942 alicia@thewaterfrontcenter.org

SHELTER ISLAND YC Julie O'Shea Jr. Sailing Chair 917-405-6750 JulieOshea@osheapartners.com

WEE BURN CLUB Jocelyn Graseck Jr. Sailing Chair jmecavanna@hotmail.com

Jeffrey Bresnahan Junior Program Director 860-867-6197 jcbre@conncoll.edu

Tim Szemplinski Beach Club Manager 203-866-1655 tim@weeburn.com

SHORE & COUNTRY Isaac Storandt General Manager 203-838-7507 manager@shoreandcountryclub.com

Lindsey Ward Head Instructor lindsey.t.ward@gmail.com

Cora Delibertis Jr. Activities Coordinator 203-838-7507 membership@shoreandcountryclub.com

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JSA CLUB CODES

AYC

American Yacht Club

NORO Noroton Yacht Club

BHC

Belle Haven Club

NORP Northport Yacht Club

BPYC Beach Point Yacht Club

NORW Norwalk Yacht Club

BRYC Black Rock Yacht Club

NYAC New York Athletic Club Yacht Club

CPYC Cedar Point Yacht Club OBC

Orienta Beach Club

Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club

OYC

Orient Yacht Club

CYC

Centerport Yacht Club

PYC

Pequot Yacht Club

DJST

Darien Junior Sailing Team

PWYC Port Washington Yacht Club

DYS

Douglaston Yacht Squadron

CSH

RYC

Riverside Yacht Club

GREA Great Neck Park RPYC Rocky Point Club HBC

Head of the Bay Club

HEM

Hempstead Harbor Club

RPSA Roton Point Sailing Assoc. SAGA Sagamore Yacht Club HHYC Horseshoe Harbor Yacht Club

SCC

Shore & Country Club

HUGU Huguenot Yacht Club

SCLF

Sea Cliff Yacht Club

HUNT Huntington Yacht Club

SEAW Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club

IHYC

Indian Harbor Yacht Club

LSC

Larchmont Shore Club

LYC

Larchmont Yacht Club

SIYC

Shelter Island Yacht Club

STAM Stamford Yacht Club WEEB Wee Burn Junior Sailing LNBC Lloyd Neck Bath Club WFC MBYC Manhasset Bay Yacht Club MYC

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Milford Yacht Club

The Waterfront Center


JSA Regions & Regional Directors JSA Area A— Douglaston/Cow Bay: Bill Cornachio Douglaston, Great Neck Parks, Manhasset Bay, Port Washington JSA Area A—Hempstead Harbor/Oyster Bay: Dave Waldo Hempstead Harbour, Sea Cliff, Sagamore, Seawanhaka Corinthian, The Waterfront Center JSA Area A—Huntington: Mike Gehrling Cold Spring Harbor, Head of the Bay, Lloyd Neck, Huntington JSA Area A—Northport: Julie O’Shea Centerport, Northport JSA Area A—Eastern LI: Julie O’Shea Shelter Island, Orient JSA Area B—Larchican: Alex Helfand and Sheelagh Thomson American, Beach Point, Horseshoe Harbor, Huguenot, Larchmont Shore, Larchmont, New York Athletic Club Yacht Club, Orienta JSA Area B—Captains Harbor: Anne Munkenbeck Belle Haven, Indian Harbor, Riverside, Rocky Point JSA Area C—Stamford: Richard West Darien Junior Sailing, Norwalk, Stamford JSA Area C—Green’s Ledge: Janet Grapengeter Noroton, Roton Point, Shore and Country, Wee Burn JSA Area C—Frost Point: Tim Clark Black Rock, Cedar Point, Milford, Pequot

DISTRICTS: Western District: New York Clubs Eastern District: Connecticut Clubs

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May / June 2017 Events

May 22nd

Spring Meeting Monday 1900 - 2100 at Larchmont Yacht Club

June 15th

Head Instructor Workshop Thursday 0830 at Beach Point Club

June 21st

All Instructor Symposium Wednesday 0830 at Larchmont Yacht Club

Calendar is subject to change Check website for latest information: JSA Website: www.JSALIS.org > select Calendar

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Check for latest calendar updates on the JSA website

Start Date

www.JSALIS.org

End Date

Title Description

Event Type

4/19/17

4/19/17

JSA Event Management Seminar -

Workshop

5/6/17

5/7/17

Laser Atl Coast Champs - NC

Regatta - other not LIS

5/11/17

5/14/17

USODA Opti Team Trials - NJ

Regatta - other not LIS

5/20/17

5/20/17

Adult Safety at Sea Seminar - SUNY/

Clinic

5/22/17

5/22/17

JSA Spring General Mtg - LYC

Meeting

5/26/17

5/29/17

Carl Van Duyne Clinic - IHYC

Clinic

6/3/17

6/4/17

Cedar Point One Design Regatta

Regatta - other not LIS

6/14/17

6/18/17

Regatta - other not LIS

6/15/17

6/15/17

U.S. Youth Match Racing Championship - TX Head Instructor Workshop - BPYC

Workshop

6/15/17

6/18/17

Brooke Gonzalez Clinic - RI

Clinic

6/21/17

6/21/17

All Instructor Symposium - LYC

Workshop

6/24/17

6/25/17

JSA Racing Clinic - C420/L/R - STAM

Clinic

6/24/17

6/25/17

Regatta - other not LIS

6/26/17

6/27/17

US Junior Olympic Atlantic Coast Champs - NJ Law Trophy - C420/L/R/Feva - IHYC

6/28/17

6/28/17

YRALIS Sears Cup - Sonar - WFC

Regatta - JSA

6/30/17

7/1/17

Area B Sears Champs - Niantic CT

Regatta - other LIS

7/6/17

7/6/17

Regatta - JSA

7/6/17

7/6/17

Eastern Districts - C420/L/R/Pix/Fev NORW+NORO Opti Area A - SIYC

7/6/17

7/6/17

Regatta - JSA

7/6/17

7/11/17

7/8/17

7/8/17

Western Districts - C420/L/R/Pix/Fev - SCLF U.S. Junior Women's Singlehanded Championship (Leiter) - TX JSA Girls’ Champs - R - NORW

7/8/17

7/8/17

Opti Area B - RYC

Regatta - JSA

7/9/17

7/9/17

Opti Girls Clinic & Regatta - RYC

Regatta - other LIS

7/10/17

7/12/17

McIntyre Team Race Champs - SUNY

Regatta - JSA

7/11/17

7/11/17

Rye Rumble - Feva/BIC - AYC

Regatta - other LIS

7/12/17

7/12/17

Regatta - other LIS

7/12/17

7/12/17

7/13/17

7/13/17

Area B Bemis & Smythe Champs C420/R - Niantic CT US Junior Olympic Larry White Regatta, Niantic CT Opti Area A - HBC Waldo Cup

7/13/17

7/14/17

Fishers Island Sound Race - Niantic CT

Regatta - other LIS

7/13/17

7/18/17

U.S. Junior Women's Doublehanded Champs (Ida Lewis) - MD

Regatta - other not LIS

Regatta - JSA

Regatta - JSA

Regatta - other not LIS Regatta - JSA

Regatta - other LIS Regatta - JSA

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Start Date

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End Date

Title Description

Event Type

7/13/17

7/18/17

Regatta - other not LIS

7/14/17

7/16/17

7/15/17

7/15/17

U.S. Junior Women's Doublehanded Champs (Ida Lewis) - MD Club 420 Assn Canada Nationals Quebec Opti Area C - PYC Opti Rumble

7/17/17

7/19/17

Regatta - JSA

7/19/17

7/23/17

Larchmont Jr Race Week - LYC C420/L/R/Pix/Fev US Singlehanded Champs - CA

7/20/17

7/20/17

GSBYRA Team Race

Regatta - other not LIS

7/20/17

7/20/17

Opti B & C Larchmont Opti Day

Regatta - JSA

7/20/17

7/20/17

Random Pairs C420 Team Race - AYC

Regatta - other LIS

7/21/17

7/21/17

Jr. Safety at Sea - LYC

Clinic

7/21/17

7/25/17

Laser North Americans - Canada

Regatta - other not LIS

7/22/17

7/22/17

Opti Area B - AYC

Regatta - JSA

7/24/17

7/24/17

Meeting

7/24/17

7/24/17

Marlinspike Seamanship Contest CPYC Rocky Point Green Fleet - RPYC

7/24/17

7/25/17

JSA Race Week - L/R/C420 - CPYC

Regatta - JSA

7/25/17

7/27/17

Regatta - other not LIS

7/24/17

7/28/17

USODA Team Race National Champs - VA U.S. Youth Sailing Championship - TX

7/25/17

7/28/17

Regatta - other not LIS

7/26/17

7/26/17

7/26/17

7/26/17

Club 420 Assn North American Championship - Canada JSA Pixel Champs with Open Pixel Day - CPYC Opti Area A and O'Pen BIC - DYS

7/26/17

7/26/17

Opti Area C with Green Fleet - MYC

Regatta - JSA

7/26/17

7/28/17

GSBYRA Jr Race Week

Regatta - other not LIS

7/26/17

7/30/17

Around LI Race - PHRF - NYC

Regatta - other not LIS

7/27/17

7/27/17

Jr. Big Boat PHRF - BRYC

Regatta - other LIS

7/27/17

7/27/17

Laser/C420 Regatta - SIYC

Regatta - JSA

7/27/17

7/27/17

Optimist Green Fleet - HHYC

Regatta - other LIS

7/28/17

7/28/17

USODA Girls' National Champs - VA

Regatta - other not LIS

7/27/17

7/29/17

Hyannis Regatta - C420/L/R/Opti - MA

Regatta - other not LIS

7/28/17

7/28/17

PWYC Team Race - Opti/BIC

Regatta - other LIS

7/29/17

7/29/17

Regatta - other LIS

7/31/17

8/3/17

Make a Wish Regatta - PWYC - Opti/ C420/L/R/Pixel/BJ/BIC USODA National Champs - VA

Regatta - other not LIS Regatta - JSA

Regatta - other not LIS

Regatta - other LIS

Regatta - other not LIS

Regatta - JSA Regatta - JSA

Regatta - other not LIS


Start Date

End Date

Title Description

Event Type Meeting

7/31/17

7/31/17

7/31/17

8/1/17

8/1/17

8/1/17

Navigation and Seamanship Test PWYC, RYC, BPYC C420 Assn National Team Race Champs (CJ Buckley) - RI Twilight Big Boat PHRF - PWYC

8/3/17

8/4/17

RS Feva North Americas - IHYC

Regatta - other LIS

8/4/17

8/4/17

Green Fleet Regatta - CPYC

Regatta - other LIS

8/4/17

8/4/17

Regatta - JSA

8/4/17

8/4/17

Opti Area A with Green Fleet - CYC Ice Cream Cup Opti Green Fleet - RYC Monkey Cup

8/4/17

8/6/17

Buzzards Bay C420 Champs - MA

Regatta - other not LIS

8/7/17

8/7/17

Opti Area B - BHC

Regatta - JSA

8/7/17

8/8/17

Invitational - PYC - Pixel/Feva/C420/R

Regatta - JSA

8/7/17

8/8/17

JSA Laser/C420 Champs - SIYC

Regatta - JSA

8/8/17

8/8/17

Green Fleet Gala - AYC

Regatta - other LIS

8/8/17

8/8/17

GSBYRA Team Race

Regatta - other not LIS

8/8/17

8/8/17

Opti Team Race - IHYC

Regatta - other LIS

8/8/17

8/10/17

Club 420 Assn US Nationals - MA

Regatta - other not LIS

8/8/17

8/11/17

Regatta - other not LIS

8/9/17

8/9/17

Chubb U.S. Junior Championships (Sears/Bemis/Smythe) - NJ LIS Windsurfing Champs - AYC

8/10/17

8/10/17

Feva/Opti/Radial/C420 Regatta - HUGU

Regatta - other LIS

8/10/17

8/10/17

Opti Area C - CPYC

Regatta - JSA

8/10/17

8/10/17

Regatta - JSA

8/11/17

8/11/17

Optimist Alternate with Green Fleet SAGA JSA Feva Champs - AYC

8/13/17

8/17/17

Regatta - other not LIS

8/14/17

8/14/17

CORK Laser Canadian Youth Championships - ON Dorade Regatta PHRF - STAM

8/14/17

8/15/17

JSA Optimist Champs - CPYC

Regatta - JSA

8/15/17

8/15/17

BIC Bash - AYC

Regatta - other LIS

8/15/17

8/16/17

Regatta - JSA

8/16/17

8/16/17

8/19/17

8/20/17

8/21/17

8/22/17

Beach Point Overnight Race PHRF BPYC ECSA Midget Challenge - New London CT Middle Atlantic Midget Championship TBD USODA NJ State Champs - NJ

Regatta - other not LIS Regatta - other LIS

Regatta - other LIS

Regatta - other LIS

Regatta - JSA

Regatta - JSA

Regatta - other LIS Regatta - other LIS Regatta - other not LIS

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BY-LAWS OF THE JUNIOR SAILING ASSOCIATION OF LONG ISLAND SOUND, INC. Adopted 1931 Amended 2015 1. NAME The name of this organization shall be the JUNIOR SAILING ASSOCIATION OF LONG ISLAND SOUND, INC. (hereinafter “the JSA”). 2. MISSION The mission of the JSA is to support Junior Sailors of Member Programs, encourage them to experience the joy of sailing and learn about and appreciate the complexities of the marine environment. The JSA promotes ethical behavior among its Junior Sailors and encourages the teaching of lifelong lessons that seek to build character, foster teamwork and strengthen their respect for self and others. Through its programs and policies, the JSA endeavors to support both serious competitors and recreational sailors at all levels of skill and encourage their sailing in local waters and beyond. 3. MEMBERSHIP A. Classes of Members: The membership of the JSA shall consist of two classes: Member Programs (i. through iv. below) and Family/Individual Members (v. below), as well as various subclasses, as determined by the Board of Directors. i. Regular Member Programs: Any club or association located in the YRA of LIS or in one of the four contiguous YRAs* (Eastern Long Island Sailing Association, Eastern Connecticut Sailing Association, Great South Bay Yacht Racing Association, or Hudson River Yacht Racing Association) may apply to become a Regular Member Program if it meets the following criteria: a. Has an organized Junior Sailing Program with an adequate level of management and instruction; b. Has a fleet compatible with the JSA’s current fleet; c. Has the capability to provide support boats and properly trained and certified personnel for its Junior Sailors attending JSA regattas; d. Requires its instructors to successfully complete the US Sailing Small Boat Instructor Certification Courses and Powerboat Handling Certification Courses, as further described in the current Rules for JSA Events, and attend JSA instructor training clinics; *On the waters of Long Island Sound and its tributaries, between the Throgs Neck Bridge eastward down the Sound to and including the Housatonic River on the North and Mt. Sinai Harbor on the south. e. Designates a program chairperson to serve as a representative to the JSA; f. Requires all families with Junior Sailors enrolled in its Junior Sailing Program to be Family Members of the JSA; and g. Satisfies any applicable requirements for Provisional Membership prior to becoming a Regular Member. Compliance with the JSA’s Bylaws and Rules are continuing obligations for all Member Programs. ii. Provisional Member Programs: A club or association wishing to attain Regular Membership in the JSA must first apply in writing for Provisional Membership. All Provisional Membership applications must be approved by a majority of the Board of Directors at a regularly scheduled Board meeting. Following approval, a club or

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association shall maintain Provisional Member status for three calendar years (“the Provisional Period”) and shall be subject to annual review by the Board of Directors during this period. At the conclusion of the Provisional Period, the Board shall vote to grant or deny Regular Membership, or to extend Provisional Membership for up to one additional year. iii. Special Member Programs: Entities such as Community Sailing Programs that have no affiliation with a club or association, are open to the public, and are located in the YRA of LIS may apply to become Special Member Programs if they satisfy the criteria in 3A i.(a) thru 3A i.(f). Additional requirements relating to their rights and responsibilities may be prescribed at the discretion of the Board of Directors. All families of Junior Sailors who are enrolled in such programs and participate in JSA events must be current Family Members of the JSA. iv. Sponsoring Member Programs: Any club, association or organization with no Junior Sailors that subscribes to the objectives and mission of the JSA and wishes to provide financial support to the JSA, may apply to become a Sponsoring Member of the JSA in accordance with the JSA’s Bylaws and Rules. v. Family/Individual Member Categories a. Family Members: Parent(s) or Guardian(s) and their immediate family members under the age of nineteen who are enrolled and in good standing in a Junior Sailing Program run by a Regular, Provisional or Special Member Program. b. Junior Sailor Members: Sailors under the age of nineteen who are enrolled and in good standing in a Junior Sailing Program run by a Regular, Provisional or Special Member Program, and whose families are Family Members. c. Instructor Members: Properly certified Instructors and/or coaches who are currently employed by a Junior Sailing Program run by a Regular, Provisional or Special Member Program. d. Supporting Members: Persons older than nineteen years of age who become Individual Members of the JSA in accordance with these Bylaws and any applicable JSA Rules. B. Term of Membership: All group and individual memberships in the JSA shall expire at the end of each calendar year. Regular and Provisional memberships shall renew automatically unless the JSA is notified to the contrary and except as otherwise provided herein. All other classes of members shall apply annually for membership in the JSA, and are subject to annual review by the Board of Directors. Individual memberships under 3A.v.(a)-(c) shall be procured through Member Programs. C. Good Standing: Any Member Program in compliance with the JSA’s Bylaws and Rules shall be deemed in good standing with all rights and privileges thereon. 4. REPRESENTATIVES OF MEMBER PROGRAMS A. Each Regular and Provisional Member Program must delegate at least one but no more than two representatives to represent it in the JSA. At least one of those representatives must be a current Junior Sailing Program chairperson of that Program. Special Member Programs and Supporting Member Programs are encouraged to attend all general meetings of the JSA. 5. MEETINGS A. There shall be at least three General Meetings of the representatives of the Member Programs: i. The Annual Meeting shall be held between August 15 and November 30; ii. The Mid-Winter Meeting shall be held between January 1 and March 31; and

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iii. The Spring Meeting shall be held between May 1 and June 15. B. The time and place of such meetings shall be as the Board of Directors may appoint. The Board of Directors may call Special Meetings of the JSA in their discretion, and shall do so when requested in writing by duly appointed representatives of at least three Member Programs in good standing. C. The Board of Directors shall hold regular meetings throughout the year so as to facilitate the mission of the JSA. Times and locations of the meetings of the Board of the Directors shall be determined by the Board of Directors and shall be posted during business hours at the JSA Office. 6. NOMINATING COMMITTEE A. A Nominating Committee consisting of at least three persons shall be elected at the Annual Spring Meeting of the JSA, and shall continue to serve in its elected capacity with full rights hereunder until duly replaced in accordance with these Bylaws. Representatives of Regular Member Programs in good standing may propose candidates to serve on the Nominating Committee. All such proposals must be in writing and received by the Chairperson on or before April 1 of the calendar year. Members of the Nominating Committee shall be chosen from Family and Supporting Members as of the date of the previous Annual Meeting. Current members of the Board of Directors may not sit on the Nominating Committee. B. The Nominating Committee shall select candidates for Officers and Board Members and circulate their names to the representative(s) of each Member Program at least ten days before the date of the Annual Meeting. 7. OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS A. The governing body of the JSA shall be a Board of Directors comprised of both Officers and Board Members, each entitled to one vote at Board Meetings. B. The Officers of the JSA shall consist of a Chairperson or two Co-chairpersons (collectively “Chairperson� in these bylaws), no less than one and no more than four Vice-Chairpersons, a Secretary, and a Treasurer. Officers shall be elected for a term of one year. Co-chairpersons shall each be vested with the powers and duties of the Chairperson under these bylaws. C. In addition, there will be nine Board Members who shall each be elected for a term of three years. One third of the Board Members shall stand for election each year. Board Members may be elected for a term of less than three years in order to complete a vacated term. D. Interim vacancies in any office shall be filled by appointment by a majority vote of the Board of Directors, and the term of the appointee(s) shall run until the next Annual Meeting. E. All Officers and Board Members shall be elected at the Annual Meeting of the JSA and shall be chosen from Family and Supporting Members in good standing as of the date of the Annual Meeting. In the event that any Officers or Board Members are not elected at the Annual Meeting, the current Officer(s) or Board Member(s) intended to be replaced shall continue to serve in their elected or appointed capacity with full rights hereunder until duly replaced in accordance with these Bylaws. F. Removal of Officers or Directors: Except as otherwise provided in the Certificate of Incorporation, any one or more of the Officers or Directors of the JSA may be removed with or without cause by a 2/3rds vote of the Board of Directors present at any regularly scheduled Board meeting.

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8. DUTIES OF OFFICERS A. Chairperson: The Chairperson shall preside at all Meetings and shall appoint all special committees. The Chairperson shall be an ex-officio member of any and all committees, excepting the Nominating Committee. B. Vice-Chairperson: A Vice-Chairperson shall be assigned by the Chairperson to fulfill the duties of the Chairperson in his/her absence and shall perform all other duties assigned by the Chairperson. C. Secretary: The Secretary shall keep a record of the proceedings of all Meetings of the Board of Directors, preserve all documents required to be kept in connection with the business of the JSA, and perform all duties assigned by the Chairperson. D. Treasurer: The Treasurer shall collect and receive all monies and pay all bills approved by the Board of Directors. He shall submit a written report of the JSA’s receipts and expenditures annually to the Board of Directors for its approval prior to the Mid-Winter meeting. At the Mid-Winter meeting the Treasurer shall report on the financial status of the JSA. E. General Authority: The Board of Directors shall have general management of the affairs of the JSA. The Board shall approve or deny applications for membership, formulate regatta regulations, arrange dates and places for racing, sailing and instructional events, and take such steps as may seem expedient to carry out the mission of the JSA. The Board of Directors may hire one or more assistants to facilitate the operations of the JSA. F. Conflict of Interest, Document Retention, and Whistleblower Policies: The Officers and Board of Directors shall maintain and comply with all written policies regarding potential conflicts of interest, whistleblower protections, and the retention of documents in connection with the business of the JSA. 9. NOTICES A. Written notice of every General Meeting of the JSA shall be sent by the Chairperson to all members of the Board of Directors and to the designated representative of each Member Program at least ten days prior to the meeting. B. The Notice of the Annual Meeting shall include the selections made by the Nominating Committee. 10. QUORUM A. Representatives from five Regular Member Programs in good standing shall constitute a quorum at any General or Special Meeting of the JSA. B. Seven members of the Board of Directors shall constitute a quorum at any Meeting of the Board of Directors. 11. DUES The annual dues shall be as follows: A. Regular Member and Provisional Member Program Fees Up to 60 Sailing Members $ 200 61 + Sailing Members $ 300 Family Membership $ 65 Junior Sailor Membership (included in Family Membership) Instructor Member $ 15 B. Special Member Program Fees Every registered Junior Sailor $ 1 ($200 minimum) Family Member $ 65 Junior Sailor Member (included in Family membership)

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Instructor Member

$ 15

C. Supporting Member Fees

$ 45 or more

D. Sponsor Member

$100 or more

Member Program dues are due and owing on April 1 of each year. Family and Individual Member dues shall be paid by the Member Program; of which 50% is due and owing on May 15 (using 50% of prior year’s dues if current year enrollment is unavailable) and the balance is due and owing on the 1st day of the Member Program’s Junior Sailing Program. 12. INDEBTEDNESS A. Member Programs: When a Member Program fails to pay any amount due to the JSA, and continues in default for ninety days after the JSA sends a second notice of indebtedness to it, that Member Program shall no longer be deemed in good standing and may be subject to penalty, including without limitation, loss of voting rights and meeting representation, and forfeiture of its JSA membership, as determined by the Board of Directors at any regular Board meeting. B. Family and Individual Memberships: Member Programs are responsible for paying the dues of their respective Family and Individual Members as well as their own Program dues. 13. DISCIPLINE A. Disciplinary Hearings: When a Member Program or Family/Individual Member is alleged to have engaged in conduct prejudicial to the good name or welfare of the JSA, the Board of Directors shall conduct a disciplinary hearing regarding the Member’s conduct at a regularly scheduled meeting of the Board. At least 15 days prior to the hearing, the Secretary shall send written notice to the Member and Board of Directors containing the following: (1) the date, time and place of the hearing; (2) a statement of the charges; and (3) a statement confirming that the Member is entitled to attend the hearing, speak, offer evidence and/or present witnesses on his, her or its own behalf. B. Vote: A secret vote shall be taken by the Board of Directors within 45 days of the disciplinary hearing. Potential penalties against the Member Program or Family/ Individual Member include loss of voting rights, representation, and/or forfeiture of his, her or its JSA membership. A decision to expel a Member shall require a 2/3rds vote by those Board Members present at the disciplinary hearing. Lesser penalties shall require a majority vote by those Board Members present at the disciplinary hearing. 14. INDEMNIFICATION A. Indemnification: The JSA shall defend, indemnify and hold harmless all current and former Officers, Director, and Employees of the JSA (including the heirs, executors, administrators, and/or estate of any such person) to the fullest extent permitted by New York law and by the law of any other state in which an alleged act or omission indemnified against has occurred, against any claims, liability, costs and expenses incurred by him/her in his/her capacity and status as an Officer, Director or Employee of the JSA. B. Insurance: The JSA may maintain insurance at its expense to protect itself and any person covered by this indemnification against any such claims, liability, costs and expenses.

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15. VOTING A. Each Regular and Provisional Member Program in good standing shall be entitled to one vote at JSA meetings. No other category of Member Program shall be permitted to vote. Voting by proxy shall not be allowed. 16. AMENDMENTS A. These Bylaws may be amended at any General Meeting of the JSA by a 2/3rds vote of the representatives of Regular Members in attendance. Notice of any proposed amendments shall be sent to the Member Program’s representative(s) at least ten days prior to the meeting. 17. SANCTIONED JSA EVENTS A. Upon application and subject to the discretion of the Board of Directors, sailing events sponsored by Member Programs may be sanctioned for the purpose of encouraging and promoting sailing competition, education and enjoyment among Junior Sailors. B. In the interests of furthering the objectives of the JSA, the promotional and administrative facilities and personnel of the JSA will be made available on request to Clubs and Associations sponsoring such sanctioned events. 18. SEAL A. The Seal of the JSA shall be one adopted at the 1958 Annual Meeting.

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2017 RULES FOR JSA EVENTS See latest amendments on the JSA website www.JSALIS.org/about/jsa-organization

1 Abbreviations and Definitions 2 Safety 3 Eligibility 4 Personal Conduct 5 JSA Championship Events 6 Modifications to the Rules for JSA Event Appendix A - Optimist specific rules Appendix B - Pixel specific rules Appendix C - RS Feva specific rules Appendix D - Club 420 specific rules Appendix E - Laser, Laser Radial, Laser 4.7 specific rule Appendix F - PHRF Event specific rules Introduction The Rules for JSA Events were assembled with careful thought and discussion and went through many years without significant change. In 2017, in conjunction with the quadrennial World Sailing and US Sailing update to the Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS), it was decided to undertake a comprehensive review of the JSA rules. The reasons included: 1.Many of the JSA rules have been incorporated into the Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS), especially the 2017 edition, and there was no longer a need to specifically call them out. 2.The role of the Notice of Race (NOR) has evolved over the years, and many of the JSA rules are now incorporated therein, so may be eliminated here. 3.US Sailing has made changes to much of the language used in US Sailing junior championship events, including the Code of Conduct and SafeSport Handbook. The JSA rules have been changed to more closely mirror US Sailing. 4.The new role of a Technical Committee as defined in the 2017 RRS 5.Trying to define all JSA rules in one document was unwieldy. 6.A general reorganization of the document was needed. In almost no case is there an actual change to what our young sailors must do. For example, instead of an extensive set of rules describing misconduct, the JSA will rely on the RRS Basic Principles, the addition of “support person” in RRS 3, and the new part 5 section C, Misconduct, in the RRS, with its definition of misconduct as “conduct that is a breach of good manners, a breach of good sportsmanship, or unethical behavior; or conduct that may bring the sport into disrepute.” These are rules that now apply to all sailors, not just JSA members. 1 Abbreviations and Definitions JSA Event – Any of the numerous JSA regattas hosted by Member Programs and open to competitors who are Junior Sailor Members of the JSA. JSA Sanctioned Event – A JSA Event so designated by the Board of Directors, including these: ● A qualifier for a JSA Championship (as defined in JSA Rule 5) ● A JSA Championship ● The McIntyre Team Race Championship ● The Law Trophy ● The YRALIS Sears Cup ● The Dorade Trophy ● The Beach Point Overnight

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OA – Organizing Authority Member Program – the JSA Yacht Club or sailing organization that sponsors the sailor for an event NOR – Notice of Race PFD – Personal Flotation Device (US Coast Guard approved Life Jacket) PHRF – Performance Handicap Racing Fleet (big boat rating system) RRS – US Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing SI – Sailing Instructions 2 Safety 2.1 Personal Flotation Devices a) Junior Sailors and their accompanying instructors shall wear a US Coast Guard approved personal flotation device (PFD) while on the water other than for brief periods while adding or removing clothing. The PFD shall depend 100% on foam for flotation. No modifications of the PFD are permitted and it shall be the appropriate size for the wearer. The PFD must be worn outside of all clothing except that a thin shirt may be worn over the PFD to prevent snagging. The PFD must have an accessible whistle attached. b) This rule may be modified in the Sailing Instructions for JSA PHRF events only. 2.2 Instructor safety training qualifications: a) All Instructor Members working at JSA Member Programs must successfully complete the US Sailing Small Boat Level 1 Instructor Certification Course (or above) and maintain valid First Aid and Adult CPR certificates. b) Each Instructor Member who is taking the Level 1 course for the first time must also successfully complete the US Powerboating Safe Powerboat Handling Certification Course. c) The equivalent international certifications may be accepted for non-US resident instructors. 2.3 Supervision a) Competitors from each program must be accompanied and supervised by an instructor or other adult designated by the entering program throughout the regatta. b) Any program entering three or more boats shall supply a support craft equipped with a working VHF Radio, anchor and a first aid kit. c) An instructor or a designated adult meeting all the qualifications of a JSA instructor shall drive the support craft and shall check with the Race Committee about Safety Patrol assignments and responsibilities. d) Any program with fewer than three boats entered that does not send a safety boat must make arrangements for their instructor or designated adult to be out on the water, failing which their sailors may not compete. e) All support craft shall be operated at all times under recognized principles of safe motorboat practices. If any driver violates this section, he or she may be barred from the remainder of the event and/or future events at the discretion of the JSA Board. f) Inappropriate and/or unsafe conduct by an instructor or the designated supervising adult will result in that instructor or adult being sent home with all his/her competitors, unless another instructor replacement is provided for those competitor

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3 Eligibility Preamble: This adds to RRS 75. 3.1 JSA Members Competitors in JSA events must be Junior Sailor Members of the JSA, except that: Sailors from programs that do not belong to the JSA are eligible to enter any JSA Event without becoming JSA members, provided that: a) they or their families are members of the YRA or Sailing Association where they sail (outside the YRA of LIS); b) they meet all event eligibility criteria except JSA membership; c) they are sponsored by a JSA Member Program; and d) they are supervised during the event. 3.2 Certification All participants in JSA events must be certified to participate by the Head Instructor or Chair of their Member Program as competent to sail in the boat in which they are competing. 3.3 Age All participants in JSA events must be younger than 19. A sailor’s age on December 31 shall be considered his/her age for any event during that year, except as provided in Appendix A for Optimist sailors. Each participant must meet the minimum age requirements specified for his or her boat class in Appendix A through F. 3.4 Class Association Membership JSA encourages each Junior Sailor to support the efforts the Class Association for the boat types they sail during JSA events by becoming a member of the boat class. 3.5 Co-Skippers In double and triple-handed boats, sailors may elect to enter a regatta as co-skippers. This means they may alternate between helming and crewing within the same regatta. However, they must make their election known before or at registration. 3.6 Alternate events Sailors who qualify for JSA championship events are not eligible to compete in JSA Alternate events in that class. 4 Personal Conduct Preamble: The old JSA rules explicitly laid out actions defined as misconduct, and defined a “Conduct Committee” to judge conduct. The current RRS has a new part 5 section C, Misconduct, which incorporates misconduct directly into the RRS, and defines the actions the Protest Committee can perform due to misconduct. In addition, the JSA Code of Conduct enables the Protest Committee to hold a hearing and take a range of actions. JSA sailors, instructors and support persons are all bound by RRS 69. Part of this rule is spelled out below: 69.1 Obligation not to Commit Misconduct; Resolution (a) A competitor, boat owner or support person shall not commit an act of misconduct. (b) Misconduct is: (1) conduct that is a breach of good manners, a breach of good sportsmanship, or unethical behavior; or (2) conduct that may bring the sport into disrepute. The actions that a protest committee must carry out for Misconduct are fully defined in RRS 69.2, 64.4 and RRS Appendix M. Penalties include:

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69.2 Action by a Protest Committee (h) When the protest committee decides that a competitor or boat owner has broken rule 61.1(a) it may take one or more of the following actions (1) issue a warning; (2) change their boat’s score in one or more races, including disqualifications(s) that may or may not be excluded from her series score; (3) exclude the person from the event or venue or remove any privileges or benefits; and (4) take any other action within its jurisdiction as provided by the rules. 64.4 Decisions Concerning Support Persons (a) When the protest committee decides that a support person who is a party to a hearing has broken a rule, it may (1) issue a warning; (2) exclude the person from the event or venue or remove any privileges or benefits, or (3) take any other action within its jurisdiction as provided by the rules. (b) The protest committee may also penalize a competitor for the breach of a rule by a support person by changing the boat’s score in a single race, up to and including DSQ, when the protest committee decides that (1) the competitor may have gained a competitive advantage as the result of the breach by the support person, or (2) the support person commits a further breach after the competitor has been warned by the protest committee that a penalty may be imposed. (3) take any other action within its jurisdiction as provided by the rules. 4.1 Add specific actions to Misconduct JSA prescribes RRS 69.1(b) includes the following specific actions as misconduct: a) bullying b) swearing at, intimidating or harassing anyone, including teammates, on or off the water; c) stealing or borrowing without permission, anything that does not belong to them; d) possessing, consuming or being under the influence of alcohol, marijuana, or other controlled substances the possession of which is unlawful. e) failure to comply with curfew requirements or other conditions of the regatta. f) operation of a support craft in a manner inconsistent with recognized principles of safe motorboat practice, including excessive wake during a race. as well as those actions defined in RRS 69.1(b). 4.2 Additional Protest Committee actions on Participant misconduct JSA prescribes RRS 69.2(h)(4) includes the following specific PC actions: a) apology b) required to leave the venue for the remainder of the event c) written report to JSA and/or competitor’s home program as well as those actions defined in RRS 69.2(h)(4). 4.3 Additional Protest Committee actions on Support Person misconduct JSA prescribes RRS 64.4(a)(3) includes the following specific PC actions: a) apology b) written report to JSA and/or competitor’s home program as well as those actions defined in RRS 64.2(a)(3). 4.4 Reporting of an action by the Protest Committee RRS 69.2(j) is modified as follows: SUBSTITUTE “the Chair of the JSA, the Program Chair of the Member Program that sponsored the contestant and where appropriate, the Commodore or President of the Member Program and the parents.” for “National Authority of the person or, for specific international events listed in the World Sailing Regulations, to World Sailing.”

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4.5 Action required by the Member Program The Member Program shall take disciplinary actions within 48 hours and shall notify the Chair of the JSA regarding the action. 5 JSA Championship Events The JSA schedules the following championship events each summer: • Club 420 Championship • Laser Championship • Laser Radial Championship • Girls’ Championship • Pixel Championship • RS Feva Championship • Optimist Championship Specific rules covering these regattas are listed in these sections, including qualification, eligibility and the conduct of these events. 5.1 Qualifying for Championships 5.1.1 Club 420, Laser, Laser Radial Championship Skippers who finish in the top 40% in any one of the qualifying regattas qualify to compete in their respective Championship. The following events are designated as qualifiers for the JSA Championship event, which is the Club 420, Laser and Laser Radial Championships: ● Eastern or Western Districts ● Larchmont Race Week ● JSA Race Week ● Shelter Island 420/L/R Regatta 5.1.2 Pixel Championship Pixel skippers qualify to compete in the Pixel Championship if they compete in at least one qualifying regatta regardless of their finish position. The following events are designated as qualifiers for the Pixel Championship: ● Eastern or Western Districts ● Pixel / RS Feva Race Week ● Larchmont Race Week ● Pequot Invitational Regatta 5.1.3 Feva Championship Feva skippers qualify to compete in the Feva Championship if they compete in at least one qualifying regatta regardless of their finish position. The following events are designated as qualifiers for the RS Feva Championship: ● Eastern or Western Districts ● Pixel / RS Feva Race Week ● Larchmont Race Week ● Pequot Invitational Regatta 5.1.4 Optimist Championship The age limits are as per JSA A.1. a) Sailors may qualify only from regattas in their program’s designated area (A, B or C). b) Sailors in the White and Blue fleets who finish in the top 30% of competitors within their fleet at any qualifying event qualify for the Championship. c) All sailors in the Red fleet who participate in any qualifying event qualify for the Championship. 5.1.5 No races completed When a qualifying regatta is scheduled but no races are completed, a skipper shall qualify for a JSA Championship Event provided he or she meets all of the following conditions: a) The competitor properly registered for the regatta; and b) The competitor was present at the regatta site or in the race area on the day of the

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event and was prepared to compete; and c) The competitor sailed in the previous year’s JSA Championship Event for the same class of boat and finished in the top 50% overall. 5.1.6 No representative from a Member Program Qualifies If no representative from a Member Program qualifies for a championship event the Member Program may enter one representative for each championship event. This representative must have participated in at least one qualifying event. For Optimists, this rule applies separately to Blue and White Fleet representatives. 5.2 Eligibility for Championships: Every competitor must be eligible as defined in JSA Rule 3, with the following additions: Each competitor in the JSA Championship events shall: • Be a Junior Sailor Member and • Each skipper must represent the same Member Program that he or she represented at the event in which he or she qualified. • No competitor who has been penalized for a breach of Racing Rule 2 (Fair Sailing) or warned or penalized for a breach of Racing Rule 69 (Allegations of Gross Misconduct) shall be eligible to compete in any JSA championship event or receive any JSA Season trophy during the calendar year of said breach. 5.3 Skippers and Crew • In doublehanded boats, qualified skippers may sail with any crew that meets the eligibility requirements of JSA 5.2. • Competitors who qualified for a Championship as co-skippers must sail together in the Championship. If one or both qualify as individuals, they may each elect to sail as individuals. 5.3.1 Substitution in Singlehanded Boats a) No substitution for the skipper, before or during a regatta, is allowed. 5.3.2 Substitution in Doublehanded Boats a) There shall be no substitution for a qualified skipper before the regatta. b) If a skipper is unable to continue a regatta already started, that entry’s crew (excluding alternates or substitutes), may become the helmsperson, subject to the approval of the chief judge or protect committee. c) If a crewmember is unable to continue a JSA Championship Event, he or she may apply to the chief judge or protest committee for appointment of a substitute. In no case shall a substitute thus appointed serve as helmsperson 5.4 Scoring for Qualifying Events a) At every qualifying event, the number of skippers that qualify for JSA Championship events shall be determined by multiplying the appropriate percentage as set forth in Rule 5.1 by the total number of competitors in each division who did all of the following: • entered and registered for the regatta; • started at least one race of the regatta; and • finished or were scored Time Limit Expired in at least one race of the regatta. b) For the purposes of this computation, competitors who are not JSA members but who otherwise satisfy the requirements stated above shall be included in the total number of competitors. c) Fractional skippers shall be rounded to the nearest whole number to the competitor’s advantage. d) The resulting number shall represent the number of eligible JSA member skippers who qualify for a JSA Championship event and shall be achieved by excluding non-JSA competitors. If two or more competitors have tied for the final qualifying position, they shall all qualify. e) Scoring shall be accomplished using computer scoring systems that are purpose-

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built for sail racing. Overall scoring is required whenever boats of the same onedesign class race in different divisions at a JSA Sanctioned Event. 5.5 JSA Representative The JSA may appoint a representative to monitor that a championship regatta is conducted in accordance with the Rules for JSA Events. The JSA representative will have the option to be present on the main Race Committee boat at any time during the regatta. 5.6 Duties of Judges The Judges’ prime function is to ensure that all series are conducted in a fair and safe manner. As the purpose of a series is to determine the crew having superior racing skill and seamanship, Event Organizers are encouraged to consult with the Jury regarding all matters pertaining to the conduct and management of all races. The opinions and decisions of the Jury and Race Committee should be communicated to each other without delay. a) Appointment of Judges: At JSA Championships there will be a Jury of at least three Judges. Only one of the judges may be from the club hosting the event. Judges shall be appointed by the Chairperson of the JSA Board or his/her designee. b) Exclusive Responsibilities of Judges: In addition to hearing and deciding all protests and redress requests, the Jury will make decisions with regard to the following: • Crew substitution • Compensation for breakdowns • Boat substitution in round robins At least one Judge should be present on the race course at all times. c) Consultations with the Race Committee: The Race Committee Chairperson is encouraged to consult with the Jury on all matters affecting the fairness and conduct of the competition, and in particular on: • Race postponement or abandonment • Use of the Black Flag • Shortening a race or changing the course • Termination of a series d) Communication Guidelines: 1. It is recommended that communication between the Race Committee and the Jury be limited to the Chief Judge or his/her designee and the Race Committee Chairperson or his/her designee. 2. It is recommended that one instructor be selected to represent all instructors and to be the sole spokesperson to communicate with the Jury (Chief Judge) and the Race Committee (Principal Race Officer). 5.7 Other championships 5.7.1 US Sailing Area B Championship - Eligibility for JSA-Sponsorship a) All competitors who represent the YRA of Long Island Sound in the Area B Championships shall comply with the eligibility requirements listed in the Area B Notice of Race. b) The top two finishers of both the Club 420 and Laser Radial classes at the Law Trophy Regatta and the top finisher at the Sears Cup YRA LIS Region Qualifier regatta, who are Junior Sailing Members or Instructor Members of the JSA and members of a sailing program located in the geographic area represented by the YRA of LIS, each qualify to be sponsored by the JSA at the Area B Championship. d) Any sailor or team who advances to the Area B Championship as a JSA-sponsored sailor or team must commit to the entire U.S. Junior Sailing Championships series and be available to compete at the US National Championship if successful at the Area B Championship. Sailors must make their commitments known to the Chairperson of the JSA Board of Directors within 24 hours of the awards ceremony of the Law Trophy (Bemis and Smythe Trophy contenders) or the Sears Cup YRA LIS Region Qualifier. e) If a sailor or team who qualifies does not go to the Area B Championship for any reason, the next finisher in the series may go as a JSAsponsored sailor or team and so on.

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e) Entry fees for the Area B Championship for all JSA-sponsored sailors or teams who compete in the Area B Championship will be paid by the JSA following completion of the Area B Championship. 5.7.2 Sears Triplehanded YRA LIS Region Qualifier The JSA will designate each year the regatta that will be the YRA LIS region qualifier for the US Sailing Area B Triplehanded Championship. The qualifying event for the Sears Cup is open to Junior Sailing Members or Instructor Members of the JSA, who are members of a sailing program located in the geographic area represented by the YRA of LIS, who meet the eligibility requirements of Rule 3.1 and whose programs certify that they are competent to sail in the boats chosen for this event. However, there shall be no more than two boats entered per member program before the entry deadline. 5.7.3 Middle Atlantic Midget Championship The Competitors in the Middle Atlantics must not have reached their 15th birthday during the year of competition. Both crew members of double-handed boats must be members of the same program. Competitors must supply their own boats. The top two teams from the JSA Club 420 Championship and the top two sailors from the JSA Optimist Championship are invited to compete at the Middle Atlantic Midget Championship. The qualifying events may be changed as needed at the discretion of the JSA to resolve scheduling or other logistical issues that may arise in any calendar year. 5.7.4 Midget Challenge Five Teams from the JSA Club 420, Pixel or RS Feva Championships will be invited to compete in the Midget Challenge. The qualifying event may be changed as needed at the discretion of the JSA to resolve scheduling or other logistical issues that may arise in any calendar year. At the Midget Challenge JSA teams compete against other area associations. Competitors in the Midget Challenge must not have reached their 15th birthday during the year of competition. Eligible competitors will be selected in order of the size of their fleet and then placement in their fleet. (1st in largest fleet, 1st in next largest fleet, 1st in smallest fleet, 2nd in largest,‌) If one of the top teams is not available, the JSA Board Representative will continue down the list to fill the five allotted slots. 5.7.5 Junior Challenge Five teams from JSA of LIS will be invited to compete in the Junior Challenge at SUNY Maritime College. At the Junior Challenge JSA teams compete against other area associations in the host’s doublehanded boats. Competitors in the Junior Challenge must have reached their 13th but not their 19th birthday during the year of competition. Top finishers at the Law Trophy, Eastern or Western Districts, Larchmont Race Week, or JSA Junior Race Week will be asked in order of finish to represent the JSA. The qualifying events may be changed as needed at the discretion of the JSA to resolve scheduling or other logistical issues that may arise in any calendar year. 6 Rules Modifications These Rules may be modified at any time by a 2/3 vote of the JSA Board of Directors, and notice of such change will be sent to the representatives of each Member Program.

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APPENDIX A - Optimist Specific Rules A.1 Age Requirement a) As prescribed in USODA Class rules, skippers shall not have reached their 16th birthday in the current calendar year. b) Skippers shall be divided into three groups according to their ages on the event’s first day: 10 and under .......... White Fleet age group 11 and 12 ................ Blue Fleet age group 13, 14 and 15 .......... Red Fleet age group A.2 Green Fleet Green fleet is a special Optimist fleet for novices. It is designed as an entry level fleet that rewards participation and de-emphasizes heavy competition. JSA Green Fleet regattas shall be conducted in accordance with the JSA Green Fleet Guidelines. In JSA events, Green Fleet is open to sailors who meet all of the following criteria: a) are age 15 or under; b) have finished fewer than three times in 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place in a series of Green fleet races or regattas; and c) have not previously raced in red, blue or white fleet in a regatta offering a Green fleet. A.3 Inspection Checklist In addition to complying with Optimist Class rules, all Optimists competing in JSA events shall comply with the JSA Optimist Inspection Checklist.

Optimist Inspection Checklist See IODA safety info http://www.optiworld.org/content/safety Painter – the bow line must be all of the following: - at least 8 meters ( 26’ 3” ) long; - buoyant; - at least 5 mm ( 3/16” ) diameter; - securely fastened around the mast step; - tied with a 4-6” bowline at the towing end; and - led through a loop of line at the bow, not through the bow drain hole. free of chafe and all other knots, with no hardware attached. Mast tie-down – there must be a line or other device that is secure enough so you can lift the boat by the mast without disengaging the mast from the mast step Air bags – must have three buoyancy bags made of strong fiber-reinforced material with non-return valves. Each must be properly inflated and secured to boat. Daggerboard – securely attached to the boat with a lanyard. Rudder catch – the rudder shall have a retaining device so that it will not become detached from the boat during a capsize. Bailer – at least one bailer, preferably two, with a minimum capacity of one half gallon, securely attached to the boat with a lanyard. Mainsheet bridle – no looser than 100mm (4 inches) from the boom at any point. Mainsheet hook – must be covered and/or securely closed. The hook must have no chance of trapping a line that drags across it. Paddle (praddle) – attached to the boat with enough line or shock cord to allow use.

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APPENDIX B - Pixel specific rules B.1 Age a) A Pixel sailor must be 12 years old to compete in Pixel events. If this age requirement is not met for one of the sailors in a three person crew, that one sailor’s entry may be accepted if he or she files the JSA underage permission request form, with each regatta entry. Acceptance of this permission request is at the discretion of the regatta host. B.2 Number of Crew and Weight Pixels may be sailed with either two or three sailors in the boat. During a regatta, Pixels may not change the number of crew. For a two-person crew, the helmsperson and crew must weigh a minimum of 190 pounds fully dressed for sailing. Sailors may be weighed once per event. There is no minimum weight requirement for Pixels sailed with crew of three.

Pixel Inspection Checklist See Pixel Class Safety form at http://www.sailpixel.com/pdfs/PIXEL-Safety-List.pdf Floating Tow Line — 7mm ( 1/4” ) in diameter by 9 meters ( 29’ 6” ) long Paddle — Not less than .5 meters in length Rudder Restrainer in place — Must be tied to boat (See Pixel Rigging Manual for suggestions.)

APPENDIX C - RS Feva Specific Rules C.1 Age a) A Feva sailor must be 12 years old to compete in RS Feva events. If this age requirement is not met for one of the sailors, that one sailor’s entry may be accepted if he or she files the JSA underage permission request form, with each regatta entry. Acceptance of this permission request is at the discretion of the regatta host. C.2 Number of Crew and Weight a) RS Feva is to be sailed with two sailors in the boat. b) The helmsperson and crew must weigh a minimum of 180 pounds c) Sailors may be weighed once per event.

RS Feva Inspection Checklist Bow line 26’ minimum length 8mm diameter – must float Mast Gate – Closed and secured with bolt and nut Inspection port covers – Installed (3) Drain Plug – Stern (1) Daggerboard Retainer (1) Rudder Retainer is functioning

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APPENDIX D - Club 420 Specific Rules D.1 Age Limit A Club 420 sailor must be at least 14 years old to compete in JSA events. D.2 Number of Crew and Weight a) Club 420s may be sailed with either two or three sailors per boat. b) During a regatta, Club 420s may not change the number of crew. c) For a two-person crew, the helmsperson and crew must weigh a minimum of 220 pounds fully dressed for sailing. d) Sailors may be weighed once per event. e) There is no minimum weight requirement for Club 420s sailed with crew of three. D.3 Underage/underweight If either the weight or age requirement is not met, a boat’s entry may be accepted if the helmsperson and each crew file the JSA underage/underweight permission request form, with each regatta entry. Acceptance of this permission request is at the discretion of the regatta host.

Club 420 Inspection Checklist See Class Association Safety form https://club420.org/assets/documents/other_docs/ InspectionCheckList.pdf The buoyancy tanks shall be watertight. Towing line shall be at least 26 feet long, 3/8 inch diameter, shall float, and shall have a loop in the end of the line that is not to be secured to the boat. The end of the line to be secured to the boat shall be tied either to the forward most hole of the jib tack fitting or tied with a bowline around the mast above the partners with the end with the loop taped to the deck of the bow next to the jib tack fitting. The weight of the trapeze harness shall not exceed four kilograms and the harness shall float. Each boat shall use a device that will keep the rudder connected to the boat in the event of capsize or turtle. The length of the forestay, including any extensions, shall prevent one-half of the major dimension fore/aft of the mast from going aft of the mast partners when the jib halyard is released. A competitor may use a line to secure the mast to the mast heel casting.

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APPENDIX E - Laser, Laser Radial, Laser 4.7 Specific Rules E.1 Age Limit A Laser sailor must be at least 14 years old to compete in JSA events. E.2 Weight a) Laser sailors must weigh at least 105 pounds to sail a 4.7 rig, 110 pounds to sail a radial rig, or at least 130 pounds to sail a Standard rig b) Sailors may be weighed once per event. c) If either the weight or age requirement is not met, a sailor’s entry may be accepted if he or she files the JSA underage/underweight permission request form with each regatta entry. Acceptance of this permission request is at the discretion of the regatta host. E.3 Laser Sail Numbers Each boat shall display its sail number assigned by the Laser Class Association in accordance with the instructions on the www.LaserInternational.org website. (JSA issued sail numbers are no longer required, per survey of hosts for Laser events in 2017) E.4 Starts for Laser 4.7 Programs hosting a JSA Laser event may at their discretion offer a start for the Laser 4.7.

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APPENDIX F - PHRF Events F.1 Big Boat Liaison Every member program that enters or expects to enter a JSA PHRF Regatta must designate a Big Boat Liaison to serve as a representative to the JSA. F.2 Eligibility a) JSA PHRF Events are open to junior sailors who are at least 14 years old as defined in JSA Rule 3.3. There will be no exceptions to this rule. b) All junior sailors participating in a JSA PHRF event must be Junior Sailing Members of the JSA. F.3 Advisors a) Advisors shall be boat owners, owner’s representatives and instructors. All advisors shall be experienced big boat sailors and capable of taking control of the boat in the event of an emergency. b) Each boat shall have a minimum of two experienced advisors on board, one of whom must be at least 25 years old. For boats over 35 feet, it is recommended that there be at least three advisors. c) The boat owner should be on board and serve as an advisor. In the event that the boat owner is unable to be on board he/she must designate an owner’s representative to take his/her place. d) Instructors who are 18 years of age or over may serve as advisors; however, an instructor shall NEVER serve as an owner’s representative. F.4 Training Requirements a) 80% of the total crew of each boat, including the skipper, watch captains, navigator and any instructor serving as an advisor, shall have attended the most recent Storm Trysail/JSA Junior Safety at Sea Seminar. b) The boat owner, or the owner’s representative, is encouraged to attend a Safety at Sea Seminar (either the Storm Trysail/JSA Seminar or another recognized Safety at Sea Program) within a five year period prior to participating in a JSA PHRF Event. c) Crewmembers must comply with and demonstrate competency in any and all skills based training as required by the Notice of Race for each regatta including reefing and man overboard drills. d) The Basic Navigation/Seamanship test is required of all crewmembers who shall each achieve a minimum score as described in the notice for the test. e) The Advanced Navigation and Seamanship tests, which measure ability to perform basic piloting, navigation, and seamanship, are required for three junior sailors per boat (the sailor serving as the navigator and two other sailors) and any instructor serving as an advisor. Every instructor who is employed by a JSA member program and is serving on board the boat as an advisor is required to comply with the Navigation testing requirements. f) Any junior sailor wishing to compete for the JSA Junior Navigation Trophy should take the Advanced test in the current year on the original testing date. Make-up tests may not be considered for the trophy unless specified in the notice for the test. g) Crewmembers and instructors who have scored 80% or higher on the Advanced written test in the prior year on the original scheduled test date (not on a makeup test) are not required to retake the exam in the current year. However, each program is required to send a minimum of three sailors to take the Seamanship test each year, regardless of scores on the Navigation test. F.5 Minimum Required Equipment for Sailors participating in any JSA PHRF event a) For the purposes of this section, the Storm Trysail/JSA Junior Safety at Sea

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seminar is considered a JSA PHRF event. b) All advisors shall wear US Coast Guard approved PFDs at all times while on deck, coming on deck, or going below. This modifies the Minimum Equipment & Safety Recommendations of the Y.R.A. of Long Island Sound: Category B Section 4.0 and Fundamental RRS 1.2 and JSA 3.1. c) All junior sailors and instructor(s) shall equip themselves with a personal strobe light and a harness (complete with a tether) for use at night and in other circumstances described in the most recent Minimum Equipment & Safety Recommendations of the Y.R.A. of Long Island Sound, Section 4 – Safety equipment to be worn. F.6 Minimum Required Equipment for Boat a) Each boat must follow the most recent Minimum Equipment & Safety Recommendations of the Y.R.A. of Long Island Sound: Category B. (See www.yralis.org > Safety). b) Jack lines shall be installed before the boat leaves the dock and a sharp knife shall be kept in the cockpit. Each boat shall have a hand-held VHF radio and a VHF radio capable of receiving automatic weather alerts and tones. This modifies the Minimum Equipment & Safety Recommendations of the Y.R.A. of Long Island Sound. c) Each boat shall certify that it is in compliance with the Minimum Equipment and Safety Recommendations by completing a Self Inspection Certificate for each regatta. F.7 Vessel Eligibility To be eligible to participate in any JSA PHRF event, vessels shall be a monohull conforming to the following requirements: a) The vessel shall be a minimum of 27’ and a maximum of 44’ in overall length. The OA of an event shall have the ability to include vessels outside this size range b) Any vessel classified as a “sport boat” may be allowed to race in a “Sport Boat Division” if that division is included in the regatta at the discretion of the Organizing Authority. A vessel will be considered a sport boat if it meets three of four of the following criteria: #1)- Displacement-Length Ratio less than 100. Displacement-Length Ratio shall be calculated using the empty weight in pounds (DISPL LBS) and the length at water line (LWL) of the vessel; both values shall be as noted on the current PHRF certificate. Displacement- Length Ratio shall be calculated as D/L = (DISPL/2240) / (0.01 * LWL)3 #2) - Upwind sail area/displacement ratio greater than 30. Upwind Sail AreaDisplacement Ratio shall be calculated using the area, in square feet, of the main plus the fore-triangle area, as determined by the calculations noted below, and the empty weight in pounds (DISPL LBS) of the vessel as noted on the current PHRF certificate. Upwind Sail Area-Displacement Ratio shall be calculated as SA/D= Sail Area/(DISPL/2240) 2/3 #3)-Downwind Sail Area-Displacement Ratio greater than 75.Downwind Sail Area-Displacement Ratio shall be calculated using the area, in square feet, of the main, as determined by the calculation noted below, plus the largest spinnaker, as determined by the sailmaker, and the empty weight in pounds (DISPL LBS) of the vessel as noted on the current PHRF certificate. Downwind Sail Area-Displacement Ratio shall be calculated as SA/D= Sail Area/ ( DISPL/2240) 2/3 #4)-A sprit length (TPS)more than50 percent of J. The sail areas are computed using the fore-triangle area (I x J x0.5) and mainsail area (P x E x 0.5) which do not take into account jib overlap or mainsail roach. Dimensions used shall be as noted on the vessel’s current PHRF certificate. A worksheet for these calculations may be found in the Junior Big Boat section of the JSA website (www.JSALIS.org).

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c) Each entry must have a fixed and functioning head. F.8 Operation of Boat a) The boat owner or the owner’s representative has the final say in matters pertaining to the safety of the crew and the boat. (RRS Fundamental Rule 4) b) The advisors shall refrain from assisting the sailors with racing strategies and steering except when a safety issue is involved c) If safety is a factor, the Owner or Advisor may take the helm, issue orders, use the engine, or take appropriate action. Any such intervention should be recorded, in detail, in the log. At the very least, such detail shall include the GPS coordinates and time for both the start and finish of the period in which the adult advisor intervenes under this section. Immediately upon finishing, the yacht shall inform the race committee that an owner/advisor intervention has occurred and that there will be a submission. That submission is due in writing the later of noon the day following the start, or 12 hours after finishing, whichever is later. The judges will evaluate the situation o determine if a time adjustment or other penalty is required. Such action will not be grounds for automatic disqualification.

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Founding Members The Junior Yacht Racing Association of Long Island Sound was founded in April, 1924 at Stamford Yacht Club. Now known as the Junior Sailing Association of Long Island Sound, 1999 marked the 75th anniversary of this organization committed to youth and sailing. Edmund G. Anderson, Larchmont Yacht Club Joseph W. C. Bullard, Pequot Yacht Club William F. Gillespie, Stamford Yacht Club Louis Kennedy, Huguenot Yacht Club Roderick McNeil, Pequot Yacht Club Jesse A. B. Smith, Stamford Yacht Club Hugh M. Wharton, Pequot Yacht Club

Former Officers CHAIRPERSONS W. F. Gillespie Hugh M. Wharton Edmund G. Anderson Hugh M. Wharton Alfred G. Keeshan Percy S. Weeks Henry H. Anderson Collier Platt Paul H. Smart Walbridge S. Taft D. Verner Smythe William A. Hogan Everett B. Morris Richard Carr Renwick E. Case John W. Scully David M. Sinclair Martin A. Purcell G. Renfrew Brighton Douglas G. Campbell Timothea S. Larr Lorne H. Price John M. McDonald, Jr Peter Lorson William II. Miller, Jr Walter H. Wheeler III Ronald Prior Robert W. Dixon Mary von Conta John Quigley Fran MeVay Amy Kellogg Karin Olsen Nye Laura Trumbull Pam Toner Tricia Leicht

Stamford Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club Seawanhaka Corinthian YC Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club Noroton Yacht Club Seawanhaka Corinthian YC Pequot Yacht Club Indian Harbor Yacht Club Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club American Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club American Yacht Club Cedar Point Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Seawanhaka Corinthian YC Sea Cliff Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Norwalk Yacht Club Indian Harbor Yacht Club Centerport Yacht Club Sea Cliff Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club Northport Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club Beach Point Club Indian Harbor Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club

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VICE CHAIRPERSONS Richard Carr, Jr. William A. Hogan Albert Blattman Everett B. Morris Richard Carr, Jr. Renwick E. Case John W. Scully David M. Sinclair Bradford G. Weeks, Jr Martin A. Purcell Cecil W. Moore Richard D. Ronan G. Renfrew Brighton Douglas G. Campbell Richard M. Sykes Timothea S. Larr Radley H. Daly P. James Roosevelt Robert F. Shattuck John B. Littlefield Herbert Ingham John H. Foster John M. McDonald, Jr Martin F. Zavell Peter Lorson Mrs. M. Lee Wallace, Jr Herbert Schwartz Mrs. John Thompson Laurence Ehrhardt Walter H. Wheeler III. Susie Trotman Peter Overzat Ronald Prior Robert W. Dixon Andrew Bissett Mary von Conta Betty Guerin Joan MacInnes John Quigley Bill Sandberg Linda Lovelace Hope Farrell Dave Dellenbaugh Karin Nye Doug Wefer Joan Lawson Andree Pruett Thom Hering Maren Hood Laura Trumbull Chris Clarke Dave Gurney Pam Toner

Larchmont Yacht Club Indian Harbor Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club American Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Seawanhaka Corinthian YC American Yacht Club Centerport Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Cedar Point Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Seawanhaka Corinthian YC Seawanhaka Corinthian YC Pequot Yacht Club Seawanhaka Corinthian YC American Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club Northport Yacht Club Cedar Point Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club Cedar Point Yacht Club American Yacht Club Indian Harbor Yacht Club Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club Larchmont Yacht Club Centerport Yacht Club Sea Cliff Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Port Washington Yacht Club Northport Yacht Club American Yacht Club Indian Harbor Club Riverside Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club Indian Harbor Yacht Club Sea Cliff Yacht Club Sea Cliff Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club Centerport Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club Cedar Point Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Stamford Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club

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Tricia Leicht Chuck McCarthy Dave Waldo Karen Quirke Philip Mitropoulos SECRETARY Hugh M. Wharton Everett B. Morris William B. Taylor J. Burr Jenkins Everett B. Morris Renwick E. Case James A. Rousmaniere Emil Mosbacher, Jr. Martin A. Purcell David M. Sinclair Cecil W. Moore Timothea S. Larr, Mrs.Frederick H. Hibberd William H. Miller, Jr. Martin F. Zavell Mrs. Lee Blackwell Mrs. James Pomroy Gretchen V. Collins Peter Overzat Lee Smith, H. Lee Reichart Bebbie Chickering Amy Kellogg Maren Hood Cathy Furnary David Gurney Chuck McCarthy Matt Marion Philip Mitropoulos Richard West TREASURER Louis Kennedy Jesse A. B. Smith Amyas Ames Albert Blattmann Julian K. Roosevelt, Bradford G. Weekes, Jr. James A. Rousmaniere Albert E. Field, Jr., D.D.S P. James Roosevelt Chester G. Davis Thomas W. Fowler Lorne H. Price Peter Lorson G. Tyner Corning J. Kent Pepper

Larchmont Yacht Club Port Washington Yacht Club Waterfront Center American Yacht Club

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Pequot Yacht Club Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Huguenot Yacht Club Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club Beach Point Yacht Club American Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Centerport Yacht Club Seawanhaka Corinthian YC American Yacht Club Norwalk Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club American Yacht Club Rocky Point Yacht Club Stamford Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Seawanhaka Corinthian YC Head of the Bay Club Belle Haven Yacht Club Beach Point Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club American Yacht Club Stamford Yacht Club Port Washington Yacht Club Norwalk Yacht Club Stamford Yacht Ckub

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Huguenot Yacht Club Stamford Yacht Club Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club Rocky Point Sailing Club Seawanhaka Corinthian YC Seawanhaka Corinthian YC Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club Port Washington Yacht Club Seawanhaka Corinthian YC Centerpoint Yacht Club Sea Cliff Yacht Club Sea Cliff Yacht Club Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club American Yacht Club

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Laurence Ehrhardt Stephen W. Lapham Thomas C. Little J. Basil Lyden Nick Everett Barbara Nucci Ed Wassmer Pam Toner Gary Knapp Pedro Lorson Timothy Clark

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American Yacht Club Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Cedar Point Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club American Yacht Club Rocky Point Yacht Club Port Washington Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club Cold Spring Harbor Beach Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club

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RECORDING SECRETARY J.W.C. Bullard Pequot Yacht Club George R. Leslie, Seawanhaka Corinthian YC Percy S. Weeks Cold Spring Harbor BC A. E. Luders Jr Stamford Yacht Club Charles P. Stetson Pequot Yacht Club Hoyt O. Perry Pequot Yacht Club Everett B. Morris Manhasset Bay Yacht Club

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CORRESPONDING SECRETARY E. J. Jacobsen Port Washington Yacht Club J. W. C. Bullard Pequot Yacht Club Louis Kennedy Huguenot Yacht Club Theodore S. Clark Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Arthur Knapp, Jr. Larchmont Yacht Club Robert W. Carrick Larchmont Yacht Club William L. Crow American Yacht Club Victor R. Coudert Indian Harbor Yacht Club Clinton M. Bell Larchmont Yacht Club Richard Carr, Jr Larchmont Yacht Club

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ASSISTANT SECRETARY Edmund G. Anderson Larchmont Yacht Club

1948 - 1960

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Tom L. Fitzsimons Larchmont Yacht Club Henry H. Anderson Jr. New York Yacht Club

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JSA TROPHIES The following trophies may be awarded to JSA sailors and instructors: 1. Championship Trophies for winners of the class championships for which competitors have qualified at JSA qualifying events: The Pequot Cup for Club 420’s The Commodore Edgar L. Raymond, Jr. Trophy for Lasers The Joseph Cosulich Trophy for Laser Radials The Midget Bowl for Pixels The Commodore Leo M. Cardillo Trophy for Optimists 2. Season Trophies for best finishes at JSA open events (scored using high point system): The Clinton M. Bell Trophy for Laser, Radial or Club 420 The Christopher Goodyear Neff Trophy for runner-up in open events for Lasers, Radials or Club 420’s The Thomas W. Fowler, Jr. Trophy for double handed events (Club 420’s) The Larry Kean Memorial Trophy for highest score in Blue Jay Open events The Timothy Sinclair Memorial Trophy for highest score in Pixel Open events 3. Trophies for Specific Events: Malcolm McIntyre Team Racing Trophy Everett B. Morris Trophy for the winner of the Beach Point overnight race The Dorade Trophy for the winner of the PHRF series Sears YRALIS Finals (triple-handed national series) Bemis YRALIS Finals (double-handed national series) Smythe YRALIS Finals (single-handed national series) Founders’ Trophy for the Girls’ Championship (Leiter) 4. Trophies for Skills and Achievement: Marlinspike Seamanship Trophy awarded to the individual with the highest score in the Marlinspike Seamanship contest Junior Navigation Trophy awarded to the individual with the highest score on the Navigation Test 5. Sportsmanship, Character and Achievement Awards: Mitchell S. Weeks Trophy for sportsmanship in the 420, Laser and Laser Radial classes as selected by their peers Brooke E. Gonzalez Memorial trophy awarded to a girl chosen from nominations by clubs for her outstanding character, achievement and dedication to sailing. 6. Trophies for Instructors: Susie Trotman Trophy for outstanding sailing instruction Jesse A. B. Smith Trophy for the Associate Championship

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SEASON TROPHIES The qualifying events for the Clinton M. Bell Trophy, the Christopher Goodyear Neff Trophy and the Thomas W. Fowler Jr. Trophy are the Eastern and Western District Regattas, Larchmont Race Week and JSA Race Week. For the Larry Kean Memorial Trophy for Blue Jays and the Timothy Sinclair Memorial Trophy for Pixels, scores are computed from the Eastern and Western Districts, Larchmont Race Week and Blue Jay/Pixel Race Week. A helmsman must be a Sailing Member of the JSA, be associated with a Member Club, participate in all three Qualifying Events, and start in at least 75% of the races completed in those Qualifying Events for his class or division in order to qualify for the Season Trophies. For any class to qualify for scoring in competition for perpetual Season Trophies there must be at least 10 starters for that class in more than 50% of the races sailed. Sailors may qualify as co-skippers for Season Trophies if, and only if, they sail together in all three qualifying events as co-skippers. No competitor who has been penalized for a breach of Racing Rule 2 (Fair Sailing) or warned or penalized for a breach of Racing Rule 69 (Allegations of Gross Misconduct) shall be eligible to compete in any JSA championship event or receive any JSA season trophy during the calendar year of said breach. A helmsman or crew may compete for the Clinton Bell and Goodyear Neff trophies by sailing in two different classes in qualifying events. The sailor must notify the JSA office prior to a qualifying event if he will be sailing in a class other than his regular class. Regular class is defined as the class in which he entered the first qualifying event: Eastern or Western Districts. A sailor may sail the events in one of the following combinations: Laser and 420 or Laser Radial and 420. A sailor may not switch between the two Laser classes. A helmsman or crew who misses a JSA Qualifying Event(s) due to participation in specified Championship Events (JSA Class Championships, US Sailing Area B or US Sailing National Junior Championships), or to the event sanctioned practice/clinic immediately prior to these Championships, shall be scored according to special methods explained below. For the purpose of awarding season trophies, races will be scored on a high point system. It should be noted that a high point system favors the boats with the larger fleet and that this reflects the desire to award these trophies to the sailors who have beaten the most competitors. One point is awarded for finishing and one point for each starting boat defeated. A boat withdrawing, not finishing, disqualified, or not participating shall be scored zero points for that race, unless they missed the JSA event due to participation in one of the events listed above. If a sailor was at one of these events, the sailor will be scored on the race results in the JSA Qualifying Events in which the sailor participated; even if it is only one event. Individual scores will be determined by dividing the total number of points a sailor receives by the maximum number of points that the sailor could have received in each of the races in which the sailor participated. The resulting percentage shall be figured to three decimal places. In case of a tie, the sailor that has won the greatest number of first places shall be awarded the place tied for and the other sailor the next succeeding place. If the tied sailors have an equal number of firsts, then seconds, thirds, etc., shall be taken into consideration in breaking the tie. No special race, in which all participants are not allowed to participate, will be used in computing scores for the Qualifying Events.

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RECORD OF PAST WINNERS THE PEQUOT CUP Presented by Roderick McNeil, 1924

JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP (Triple or doublehanded boats) 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967

Bayside, Arthur Knapp, Jr., Carl L. Weagant, Rufus G. Smith Stamford, Harry W. Sturges, Jr., B. W. Wenlan, Jr. C. D. Lockwood Stamford, W. F. Gillespie, Jr., John D. Fox, W. Wilson Herrick Huguenot, Louis Kennedy, Jr., Frank Hekma, Rushmore Mariner Bayshore, Lloyd N. Emery, Robert W Grace, John A. Wilbur, Jr. Larchmont, Robert Reybine, Ned Anderson, Jr., Robert W. Carrick Pequot, Nicol Bissell, Paul T. Rennell, Cleveland Bissell Port Washington, Bruce F. Vanderveer, Adrian Iselin III, Paul Woodward Black Rock, John W. Field, John Pullman, N. J. Gaynor, Jr. Larchmont, Robert N. Bavier Jr.,Edgar B. Whiting, W. Gregory Maue Pequot, John T. Arms, Jr., John Abberley, James Gordon Cold Spring Harbor, J. E. Rousmaniere, George N. Lindsay, M. Hornblower Pequot, Charles P. Stetson, B. J. Ainsworth, Robert E. Gordon Pequot, Charles P Stetson, Robert E. Gordon, William F. Watkin Pequot, Robert E. Gordon, Howland Hayes, R. McNeil, Jr. Knickerbocker, Emil Mosbacher, Jr., Charles Straus, Jr., R. A. Mosbacher Indian Harbor, Richard Middleton, William Hulick, Peter Duble Cold Spring Harbor, Thomas C. Platt, Henry B. Plan, Edwin P. Taylor, Jr. No Race Manhasset Bay, Robert Monetti, George Shaver, Raymond Gregory Stamford, Robert Thomson, Thomas Hume, Douglas Smith Manhasset Bay, Robert Monetti, Don MacNary, Steve Taylor Stamford, Douglas Smith, Thomas Hume, William Thomson Larchmont, A. J. Eckhardt, Jr., Stephan K. Carr, Stanley P. Bell Larchmont, A. J. Eckhardt, Jr., Stanley P. Bell, William Lynn Riverside, Judy Webb, Wally Benjamin, Melissa Walker Rocky Point, George Reichhelm, Robert F. Shattuck,W. B. Osgood, III Rocky Point, George Reichhelm, James A. Blattmann, W. B. Osgood, III Indian Harbor, Martin A. Purcell, Constance M. Neher, Carolyn E. Neher, Robert W. Harris Norwalk,Frank P. Raymond, Mark Lilly, Howard Foster, Jr., Stephen Harper Larchmont, Pat O'Neal, Dennis Posey, Tyner Corning American, Fred Hibberd, Jr., David Gundy, Rosemary Kelly, Wm. L. Hitchcock, Jr. Noroton, William S. Cox, Jr., John Franklin, Sally Smith Pequot, John Merrifield, Tom Munnell, Peter Clark, Pierce Gerety Noroton, Kevin Jaffe, Peter Wilson, Carolyn McCurdy Noroton, Kevin Jaffe, Peter Wilson, Carolyn McCurdy Noroton, Peter L. Wilson, Robert Wells, Bill Edwards Noroton, Les Abberley, Harold Scott, Bill Edward, Ted King Pequot, Wilford Smith, Mike Hafer, Paul Wood Manhasset Bay, Stephen Moore, Tex Poor, George Huntington Pequot, Ti Hack, Robbie Lansing, Ward Anderson Black Rock, Ralph Sperry, Jr., Alan Jones, Christopher Strong Black Rock, Ralph Sperry, Jr., Lawrence Phippen, Christopher Strong Rocky Point, Tim Etchells, David Osann, Bret Hall

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Indian Harbor, Jerome Coe, Mark Rice, Hans Isbrandtsen Noroton, Manton Scott, Chris Wilson, Steve Heath Seawanhaka Corinthian, Terry Neff, David Kellogg, Peter Parkinson Belle Haven, Steve Hicks, Bill Langan, Lawson Fisher Belle Haven, Steve Hicks, Bill Langan, Lawrence Fisher Indian Harbor, John Stautner, John Curry Cedar Point, Henry Brauer, Pat Crump Larchmont, Gerald Coleman, Steve Csenge Pequot, John Wallace, Susan Oleinik Larchmont, Doug Lynn, Ted Luckett Larchmont, Doug Lynn, Ted Luckett American, Bill Lynn, Tom Mundinger Noroton, Chris Kostanecki, Rick Kimball Port Washington, Tom Danilek, Tom Brennan Noroton, Charlie Henkel, Phillip Jones Noroton, Charlie Henkel, Bill Park American, Larry Ehrhardt, Ann Rehkopf Port Washington, Scott Murchison, Ed McLaughlin Noroton, Pierce Owens, James Ashton Noroton, Pierce Owens, Geoff McDonald Larchmont, Alex Monte-Sano, Greg Smalley Port Washington, Arthur Buhr, Peter Rosseland American, James Wadsworth, Samantha Barnes American, James Wadsworth, Jago MacLeod Manhasset Bay, Scott Thomson, Anthony Dekkers American, Brennan Gerster, Brett MacLeod

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Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Robbie Damus, Lauren Toretta American Yacht Club, Ryan Mahoney, Scott Elwell American Yacht Club, Brad Neuberth, Tripp Howard Pequot Yacht Club, Dan Litchfield, Alex Defeo Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club, Peter Deming, Cammie Williams American Yacht Club, Chris Ralli, Cara Toretta American Yacht Club, Chris Ralli, Cara Toretta Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Katie Lovelace, Hillary Webb Black Rock Yacht Club, Daniel Oricchio, Rob Kane Pequot Yacht Club, Becca Dellenbaugh, Kiesha Pearson Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club, Towny Swiggett, Liz Miller Pequot Yacht Club, Emily Dellenbaugh, Leigh Hammel Manhasset Bay Yacht Club, Elizabeth Whipple, Alex Whipple Sea Cliff Yacht Club, Matt Wefer, Christopher Schade Manhasset Bay Yacht Club, Alex Whipple, Richard Jordan Pequot Yacht Club, Bryce Kopp, Matthew Clarida Larchmont Yacht Club, Casey Klinger, Alexandra Liggins Centerport Yacht Club, Sean Cornell, Peter Sterflinger Pequot Yacht Club, Russell Clarida, Tristan Sess Riverside Yacht Club, Chris Keller, John Dyment Larchmont Yacht Club, William Gallagher, Jack Knowles Pequot Yacht Club, Cameron Nash and Brooke McGoldrick American Yacht Club, Michelle Lahrkamp, Gabriella DelBello

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COMMODORE EDGAR L. RAYMOND, JR. TROPHY Presented by Norwalk Yacht Club LASER CHAMPIONSHIP 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Sea CIiff Yacht Club, Joe Yacoe Larchmont Yacht Club, John Savage Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club, John Fullerton Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club, John Fullerton Centerport Yacht Club, Bill Blackman Cedar Point Yacht Club, Henry Filter Norwalk Yacht Club, Ben Cesare Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club, Peter Truslow Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Paul Craine Noroton Yacht Club, Peter Wilson Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Matt Schiff Centerport Yacht Club, Steve Kirkpatrick Cedar Point Yacht Club, Thomas Little Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club, Nick Trotman Centerport Yacht Club, Brian Simkins Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Nick Dubois Pequot Yacht Club, Urmas Niine Centerport Yacht Club, Chris Steenbock Noroton Yacht Club, Chris Dimsey Centerport Yacht Club, Danielle Brennan Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club, Matt DeNatale Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club, Matt DeNatale Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club, Matt DeNatale Northport Bay Sailing Assoc., Brian Baranaskas Northport Bay Sailing Assoc., Brian Baranaskas Northport Bay Sailing Assoc., Brian Baranaskas Larchmont Yacht Club, Ward Young Riverside Yacht Club, Giancarlo Nucci Manhasset Bay Yacht Club, Harry Weyher Northport Bay Sailing Assoc., Matt Himler Cedar Point Yacht Club, Harry Weyher American Yacht Club, Scott Furnary American Yacht Club, Kevin Gordon Stamford Yacht Club, Ben Leibowitz Stamford Yacht Club, Ben Leibowitz Stamford Yacht Club, Matthew Jaykus Stamford Yacht Club, Matthew Jaykus Stamford Yacht Club, Marek Zaleski American Yacht Club, Peter Duncan American Yacht Club, William McKeige American Yacht Club, William McKeige Northport Yacht Club. Gerald Moran Cedar Point Yacht Club, Burke Anvari

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JOSEPH COSULICH TROPHY Donated by Sagamore Yacht Club

LASER RADIAL CHAMPIONSHIP 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Ricky Klatt Douglaston Yacht Squadron, Chris Abularrage Centerport Yacht Club, Amy Slear Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Carola Cooper Riverside Yacht Club, Avery Patton Sea Cliff Yacht Club, Megan Lawson Northport Bay Sailing Assoc., Billy Jorch Port Washington Yacht Club, Scott Linthicum Northport Bay Sailing Assoc., Ed Norton Noroton Yacht Club, Rob Crane Shelter Island Yacht Club, Jay Mills Cedar Point Yacht Club, Matt Himler Shelter Island Yacht Club, Ian Murphy American Yacht Club, Scott Furnary Noroton Yacht Club, Ani Kavookjian Larchmont Yacht Club, Matt Zupon American Yacht Club, Emily Stubbs Beach Point Yacht Club, Scott Lubliner Port Washington Yacht Club, Ryan Schmitz Shelter Island Yacht Club, Connor Needham Centerport Yacht Club, Robert Simkins American Yacht Club, Samuel Papert Cedar Point Yacht Club, Richie Gordon American Yacht Club, Collin Alexander Seawanhaka Corinthian YC, Matthew Priebe Noroton Yacht Club, Timothy Danilek

MIDGET BOWL Presented by Junior Y.R.A., 1960

THE SCOVILL CUP Presented by Edward Ely Scovill, 1926, Retired 1959

BLUE JAY CHAMPIONSHIP 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941

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Bay Shore, Lloyd Emery, Robert Grace, Raymond Terry Pequot, J.W.C. Bullard, Jr., Paul T. Rennell, John K. Schiott Pequot, Nicol Bissel, Foster Graesser, Paul T. Rennell Stamford, Jesse A. B. Smith, Jr., F. G. Wrightson, III, Roger L. Offen, Jr. Stamford, Jesse A. B. Smith, Jr., F. G. Wrightson, III, Roger L. Offen, Jr. Pequot, John T. Arms, James D. Gordon, B.J. Ainsworth Larchmont, A.G. Keeshan, Jr., R.N. Bavier, Jr., Walter Pierson, Jr. Larchmont, John K. Perrin, Walter Pierson, Jr., William J. Beirn Stamford, Richard H. Gould, M.R. Pitt, III, Joseph F. Mayers Knickerbocker, Emil Mosbacher, Jr., James Horton, Jr., Ray Finlay, Jr. Knickerbocker, Emil Mosbacher, Jr., James Horton, Jr., Ray Finlay, Jr. Stamford, John C. Wrightson, John Pitt, Alec Steward Cold Spring Harbor, Henry B. Platt, II, Charles O. Ames, Edwin P. Taylor, III Knickerbocker, Robert A. Mosbacher, Arthur P. Davis, Jr., Stanley M. Stern Knickerbocker, Robert A. Mosbacher, Arthur P. Davis, Jr., Stanley M. Stern Pequot, Dexter Covell, Thomas M. Finn, William W. Gordon


1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

No Race No Race Manhasset Bay, Don Macnary, Steve Taylor, Mike Kelly Stamford, William M. Thomson, Eddie Allen, George Keddy, David Seeley Riverside, Bob Lofgren, Judith Webb, Alein Shaefer Riverside, Judith Webb, Melissa Walker, Wally Benjamin Riverside, Henry Benjamin, Melissa Walker, Karl Schoeller Riverside, Henry Benjamin, Kent Bloomer, Karl Schoeller Manhasset Bay, Toni Monetti, Bill Miller, Charles Barrington Rocky Point, Robert Shattuck, Phyllis Carlson, Damon Cummings, Lynn Osgood Seawanhaka, Neil Ulman, Beegie Schneider, Nicko Parks, Larry Glenn American, Fred Hibberd, Jr., Dave Gundy, Butch Hitchcock American, Dave Gundy, James Brickell, Jr., Jon Butle, Sis Hibberd American, Dave Gundy, James Brickell, Jr., Sis Hibberd, Chris Lane Indian Harbor, John K. Marshall, Harry Whittelsey, Peter Adams Seawanhaka Corinthian, David Meinertz, Burt Myer, Mike Dunlaevy Black Rock, Lee Demarest, Cindy Sorenson, Janet Howard Cold Spring Harbor, John Page, Jr., Peter Rousmaniere, Eric Duttonhoffer Indian Harbor, Walter B. Pierson, Debby Ashley, Jonathon Graham Noroton, Jim Crane, Dick Goodale, Mark Smith Cedar Point, Mike Sweeney, Kathy Rice, Jane Rogers Cold Spring Harbor, David Noyes, III, Duncan Hewitt, David Rousmaniere Bay Club, Chris Alex, Gregory Doepke, Mark Nehrbas Noroton, Steve Nightingale, Alec Wiggin, Manton Scott Noroton, Phil Franklin, Chris Wilson, Andrew Smith Horseshoe Harbor, Dane Keehn, Ben Wood, Chris Batchelder American, Michael Duncan, Robert Frisch, Peter Reader Manhasset Bay, Chip Whipple, Bill Tripp, Richard Priem Larchmont, Jamie McCreary, Creighton Condon, Teddy Wise Cedar Point, Henry Brauer, Scott Harrison, Pat Crump American, Peter Becker, Jim Manning, Hope Hild Cedar Point, Bill Walker, Craig Gilbert, Harold Robertson Noroton, David Haaren, Chris Aymer, Jamie Birmingham Pequot, Dixon Smith, Peter Oleinik, Sea Cliff, Bruce Klein, Glenn Pearsall American, Bill Lynn, Liz Bomann Stamford, Patrick Daly, Mary Lenihan Sea Cliff, Bill Warden, Kevin Sheehan Noroton, Arthur Merdinolu, Billy Daley Stamford, Matt Fries, Catherine Andrew Larchmont, David Dowd, Chris Newton Noroton, Laird Henkel, Michael Cowan Cedar Point, Thomas Little, Kate Land American, Kent Pepper, Jr., Alix Manley Northport, Dean Carballal, Jonathan Hallam Cedar Point, Jason Little, Michael Ances Norwalk, Chris Dimsey, Barney Walker American, James Wadsworth, Chris Bensak Cold Spring Harbor, Hugh Lassen, Leigh Lucas Cold Spring Harbor, Nick Parks, Gabrielle Finley Sea Cliff, Chris Lawson, Megan Lawson Belle Haven, Ted Conrads, Meaghan Nolan Northport, Chris Baranaskas, Brendan Buhmann Cold Spring Harbor, Matt Galston, Luke Page Sea Cliff, Joel Basilion, Tara Zabrowski (Continued on page 52)

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(Continued from page 51) 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Northport Bay Sailing Assn., Bryan Prior, Zach Goldman Centerport Yacht Club, David Waldo, John Weir Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Weston Friedman, Cameron Friedman Cold Spring Harbor , Craig Page, James Thaler Huntington Yacht Club, Lenny Berke, Jeffrey Clowes Cold Spring Harbor, Angus Page, Alex Thaler Cold Spring Harbor, Quinn Casey, Ali Casey Centerport Yacht Club, Alex Hering, Erika Galasso Seawanhaka Corinthian YC, Christine Jakob, Jessy Diliberto Centerport, Austin Coneys, Cameron Coneys, Alex Kazerouni Centerport Yacht Club, Austin Coneys, Matt Gardner Manhasset Bay Yacht Club, Catryn Silbersak, Collen Stack

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club, Andries Feder, John Haines Roton Point Sailing Association, John Lane, James McGuire Larchmont Yacht Club, Katie DeVore, Caillin Campbell Norwalk Yacht Club, Corey Sabia, Lindsay Walsh Sea Cliff Yacht Club, Luke Salditt, Matthew Salditt Larchmont Yacht Club, Bridget Campbell, Hope Gallagher Noroton Yacht Club, Charlotte Costikyan, Isabel Infurna Larchmont Yacht Club, Jaume Pujadas, Josep Pujadas,

PIXEL CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY

COMMODORE LEO M. CARDILLO TROPHY Donated by Port Washington Yacht Club OPTIMIST CHAMPIONSHIP 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

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Riverside Yacht Club, Stephen Streit Northport Bay Sailing Assoc., Billy Jorch Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club, Cammie Williams Northport Bay Sailing Assoc., Ed Norton Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Kitty Lovelace Larchmont Yacht Club, Paul Tucker Northport Bay Sailing , John Moulthrop Northport Bay Sailing, Kaitlin Storck American Yacht Club, Scott Furnary Larchmont Yacht Club, Alex Takata Northport Bay Sailing Assoc., Matt Wefer Larchmont Yacht Club, Alex Takata Sea Cliff Yacht Club, Matt Wefer Northport Bay Sailing Assoc., Evan Read Pequot Yacht Club, Jack Cusick Larchmont Yacht Club, Reinier Eekema van Dijk Larchmont Yacht Club, Harry Koeppel Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club, Katharina Knapp Stamford Yacht Club, Cooper Yeager Noroton, Yacht Club. Timothy Danilek Noroton, Yacht Club. Timothy Danilek Riverside Yacht Club, Max Anker Sea Cliff Yacht Club, Victoria Chisari


CLINTON M. BELL TROPHY JUNIOR OPEN EVENTS TROPHY 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

John Erhard, Huguenot Yacht Club John Bollinger, Port Washington Yacht Club Tynere Corning, Larchmont Yacht Club Seth Corwin, American Yacht Club Philip Aberman, Stuyvesant Yacht Club Margo Crow, American Yacht Club James B. Brickell, American Yacht Club James Sykes, Manhasset Bay Yacht Club David Walters, Riverside Yacht Club John Weidenhammer, Pequot Yacht Club Stephen Moore, Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Elliott Oldak, Knickerbocker Yacht Club Stephen W Moore, Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Stephen W Moore, Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Stephen W. Moore, Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Philip Franklin, Noroton Yacht Club Philip Franklin, Noroton Yacht Club Lindy Franklin, Noroton Yacht Club Scott Cooper, Centerport Yacht Club James B. McCreary, Larchmont Yacht Club Chuck Karo, Knickerbocker Yacht Club David Perry, Pequot Yacht Club David Pritchard. Sea Cliff Yacht Club Chris Johannessen, Norwalk Shore and Country Club Joe Yacoe, Sea Cliff Yacht Club Douglas Lynn, Larchmont Yacht Club John Fullerton, Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club Bruce Klein, Sea Cliff Yacht Club Joe Cosulich, Sagamore Yacht Club Tom Weld, Belle Haven Club Andy Lennon, Larchmont Yacht Club Matt Friese, Stamford Yacht Club David Coughlin, Sea Cliff Yacht Club Laird Henkel, Noroton Yacht Club Steve Kirkpatrick, Centerport Yacht Club Steve Kirkpatrick, Centerport Yacht Club Dean Carballal, Jonathan Hallam, Northport Yacht Club Brian Simkins, Centerport Yacht Club Brian Simkins, Centerport Yacht Club Nick Dubois, Indian Harbor Yacht Club1990 Thompson Godfrey, Indian Harbor Yacht Club D.B. Aymar, Adam Demark, Noroton Yacht Club James Wadsworth, Bret MacLeod, American Yacht Club Ed Lalanne, Pequot Yacht Club Alex MeVay, Riverside Yacht Club Matt DeNatale, Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club Matt DeNatale, Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club Billy Jorch, Northport Bay Sailing Association Scott Linthicum, Port Washington Yacht Club Stephen Streit, Riverside Yacht Club (Continued on page 54)

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(Continued from page 53) 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Rob Crane, Noroton Yacht Club Matt Himler, Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Matt Himler, Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Ian Murphy, Shelter Island Yacht Club Tedd Himmler, Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Alex Olt, Danielle Rounds, Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club Paul Wefer, Sea Cliff Yacht Club Angus Page, Mary Alice Miller, Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club Dylan Abel, Cedar Point Yacht Club Bryce Kopp, Matthew Clarida, Pequot Yacht Club Bryce Kopp, Matthew Clarida, Pequot Yacht Club James Barry, Stamford Yacht Club Jared Gaynes, Alexandra Del Bello, American Yacht Club Jared Gaynes, American Yacht Club Julia Reynolds, Hobi Lew, Pequot Yacht Club Julia Reynolds, Hobi Lew, Pequot Yacht Club Max Anker, Christopher Lukens, Riverside Yacht Club

CHRISTOPHER GOODYEAR NEFF TROPHY Presented by Blue Jay Class Assn., 1966

JUNIOR OPEN EVENTS RUNNER-UP 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

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Matthews Coneys, Jr., Port Washington Yacht Club Bruce Nelson, Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Bruce Nelson, Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Todd Field, Port Washington Yacht Club Jamie McCreary, Larchmont Yacht Club David Pritchard, Sea Cliff Yacht Club Mark Werner, Centerpoint Yacht Club Phil Sweeney, Northport Yacht Club Nick Martine, Northport Yacht Club Terence Frimmet, Orienta Beach Club Bruce Klein, Sea Cliff Yacht Club John Kostanecki, Noroton Yacht Club Reggie Willcocks, Port Washington Yacht Club Bruce Klein, Sea Cliff Yacht Club Peter Wagner, Northport Yacht Club James Cummiskey, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Catherine Cox, Norwalk Yacht Club Andrew Giglia, American Yacht Club Drew Waine, Greenwich Cove Yacht Club Mark Roelli, Centerport Yacht Club Scott Murchison, Julia Waters, Port Washington Yacht Club Henrick Dunlaevy, Derek Smith, Seawanhnka Corinthian. Y C Eric Naranjo, Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club Rob Vermylen, Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club James Wadsworth, Samantha Barnes, American Yacht Club James Wadsworth, Jago MacLeod, American Yacht Club Sam Cox, Lauren Toretta, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Ryan Mahoney, Dodd Fraser, American Yacht Club Megan Lawson, Alicia Martorella, Sea Cliff Yacht Club Megan Lawson, Sea CIiff Yacht Club Peter Wadsworth, American Yacht Club


1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

John Storck, Northport Bay Sailing Association Jamie Farrell, Riverside Yacht Club Thomas Persico, Northport Bay Sailing Association Kitty Lovelace, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Rob Crane, Noroton Yacht Club Charlie Modica and Molly Pribor, Shelter Island Yacht Club Jonathan Modica and Molly Pribor, Shelter Island Yacht Club Scott Furnary, American Yacht Club Kelly Crane, Noroton Yacht Club Matt Zupon, Larchmont Yacht Club Alex Takata and Alex Lubben, Larchmont Yacht Club Andrew Molerus & Rebecca Liggins, Larchmont Yacht Club Austin Schaefer, Jason Raymond, Cedar Point Yacht Club Austin Schaefer, Jason Raymond, Cedar Point Yacht Club Jack Cusick. Henry Dumke, Pequot Yacht Club Gerard Eastman, Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club Jack Budill, Larchmont Yacht Club Collin Alexander, American Yacht Club Nicholas Chisari, Sea Cliff Yacht Club Burke Anvari, Cedar Point Yacht Clib

LARRY KEAN MEMORIAL TROPHY BLUE JAY OPEN EVENTS TROPHY 1985 1986 1987 1988

Kent Pepper, Jr., American Yacht Club Dean Carballal, Jonathan Hallam, Northport Yacht Club Hoyt Peckham, Brian Griffen. Noroton Yacht Club Carissa Harris, Jennifer and Kristen Schneider, Larchmont Yacht Club 1989 Kendall Spaght and Ed Lalanne, Pequot Yacht Club 1990 D.B. Aymar and Jesse McAlarney, Noroton Yacht Club 1991 D.B. Aymar and Adam Demark, Noroton Yacht Club 1992 Sam Cox, Lauren Toretta, Indian Harbor Yacht Club 1993 Ryan Mahoney, Dodd Fraser, American Yacht Club 1994 Megan Lawson, Alicia Martorella, Sea Cliff Yacht Club 1995 Lauren Lamont, Kate Clemens, Larchmont Yacht Club 1996 Bryan Prior, Zach Goldman, Centerport Yacht Club 1997 Eric Ewing, David Tausig, Centerport Yacht Club 1998 David Waldo, John Weir, Centerport Yacht Club 1999 Weston Friedman, Cameron Friedman, Indian Harbor Yacht Club 2000 Jessica Schmierer, Elisa Sabatino, Northport Yacht Club 2001 Lauren Anderson, Carolyn Malloy, Stamford Yacht Club 2002 Angus Page, Alex Thaler, Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club 2003 T.J. Story, Justin Marks, Noroton Yacht Club 2004 T.J. Story, Justin Marks, Noroton Yacht Club 2005 Charlie Proctor, Tim Clark, Pequot Yacht Club 2006 Peter Knutson, Lauren Amenita, Huntington Yacht Club 2007 Sam Ehrlich, Harry Ehrlich, Sea Cliff Yacht Club 2008 Austin Coneys & Mathew Gardner, Centerport Yacht Club 2009 Diana Weston, Kristin Panaro, Douglaston Yacht Club 2010- 2016 Not Awarded

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THOMAS W. FOWLER, JR. TROPHY Presented by Sea Cliff Yacht Club, 1978

JUNIOR DOUBLEHANDED OPEN EVENTS FIREBALL CLASS 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982

Bruce Klein, Sea Cliff Yacht Club Tom Weld, Belle Haven Club Dave Watt, Larchmont Yacht Club James Cummiskey, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Adam Werblow, Larchmont Yacht Club

1983

Charlie Henkel, Noroton Yacht Club William L. Glenn, Jr., Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club Larry Ehrhardt, American Yacht Club Darren Doyle, Noroton Yacht Club Scott Murchison, Julia Waters, Port Washington Yacht Club Henrick Dunlaevy, Derek Smith, Seawanhaka Corinthian Y. C. Jay Benjamin, Derek Smith, Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club Dean Carballal, Brett Prior, Northport Yacht Club James Wadsworth, Samantha Barnes, American Yacht Club James Wadsworth, Jago MacLeod, American Yacht Club James Wadsworth, Bret MacLeod, American Yacht Club Holt Condon, Scott Elwell, American Yacht Club Ryan Mahoney, Wendy Hinman, American Yacht Club Brooke Gonzalez, Wendy Hinman, American Yacht Club Brad Neuberth, Tripp Howard, American Yacht Club. Brad Neuberth, Tripp Howard, American Yacht Club Chris Ralli, Cara Toretta, Riverside Yacht Club Greg Hammond, Thomas Hull, Pequot Yacht Club Charles Hood, Ben Palmer, Pequot Yacht Club Craig Paige, James Thaler, Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club Charlie Modica, Molly Pribor, Shelter Island Yacht Club Jonathan Modica, Molly Pribor, Shelter Island Yacht Club Craig Page, Danielle Rounds, Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club Alex Olt , Danielle Rounds, Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club Alex Takata, Alex Lubben, Larchmont Yacht Club Angus Page, Mary Alice Miller, Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club Andrew Molerus, Rebecca Liggins, Larchmont Yacht Club Bryce Kopp, Matthew Clarida, Pequot Yacht Club Bryce Kopp, Matthew Clarida, Pequot Yacht Club Jack Cusick, Henry Dumke, Pequot Yacht Club Jared Gaynes, Alexandra Del Bello, American Yacht Club Morgan Simmonds, Brooke McGoldrick, Pequot Yacht Club Julia Reynolds, Hobi Lew, Pequot Yacht Club Julia Reynolds, Hobi Lew, Pequot Yacht Club Max Anker, Christopher Lukens, Riverside Yacht Club

C420 CLASS 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

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TIMOTHY SINCLAIR MEMORIAL TROPHY Donated by the Blue Jay Class Association

BLUE JAY CHAMPIONSHIP CONSOLATION SERIES 1968 1969 1970 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

Cedar Point Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club Norwalk Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club and Riverside Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club Black Rock Yacht Club Belle Haven YC and Norwalk Shore & Country Rocky Point Yacht Club Indian Harbor Yacht Club and Old Greenwich YC American Yacht Club and Belle Haven Yacht Club Horseshoe Harbor Yacht Club Old Greenwich Yacht Club Not Awarded Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club Not Awarded Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club Lloyd Neck Bath Club Huntington Yacht Club Huntington Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club Huntington Yacht Club Douglaston Yacht Squadron Stamford Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club

BLUE JAY CHAMPIONSHIP SHIPSHAPE AWARD 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

Belle Haven Club American Yacht Club Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club Port Washington Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club Port Washington Yacht Club American Yacht club

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Morgan Simmonds, Greer Sallick, Pequot Yacht Club Taegan Blackwell, Aisling Quirke, American Yacht Club Taylor Hart, Julia Dunne, Noroton Yacht Club Corey Sabia, Lindsay Walsh , Norwalk Yacht Club Luke Salditt, Matthew Salditt, Sea Cliff Yacht Club Eric Dowd, Nicholas Hein, American Yacht Club Devin Hart, Madeline Dwyer, Noroton Yacht Club Jaume Pujadas Josep Pujadas, Larchmont Yacht Club

PIXEL OPEN EVENTS TROPHY

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EVERETT B. MORRIS MEMORIAL TROPHY BEACH POINT YACHT CLUB OVERNIGHT RACE 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

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Jos. F. Graham, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Bizzy Monte-Sano, Larchmont Yacht Club Dell Keehn, Larchmont Yacht Club Craig Walters, Riverside Yacht Clb Don Elliman, American Yacht Clb Rumsey Young, Riverside YachtClub Richard DuMoulin, Knickerbocker YC Parker Hansel, Riverside Yacht Club Elizabeth Learson, American Yacht Club Jeff Neuberth, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Chris Wilson, Noroton Yacht Club Timothy Flood, Larchmont Yacht Club Jeff Aycrigg & Nata Post, Norwalk YC Jack Cummiskey & Roswell M. Curtiss, III Indian Harbor Yacht Club. Douglas Wolfe, Riverside Yacht Club Peter Isler, Norwalk Yacht Club David Barton & Peter Becker, American Yacht Club Steve Franklin, Noroton Yacht Club Craig Sinclair, Noroton Yacht Club Craig Sinclair, Noroton Yacht Club Dixon Smith, Pequot Yacht Club Peter Quigley, Larchmont Yacht Club Peter Cusick & Henry Filter, Cedar Point YC Pamela Goldman, Beach Point Yacht Club. Indian Harbor Christopher Generelli, American YC Matt Fries, Stamford Yacht Club. Matt Fries, Stamford Yacht Club. Tim Helmig, Cedar Point Yacht Club. Dan Fessenmeyer, Norwalk Shore & Country Club Geoffery Headington, Belle Haven Club Ed McLoughlin and Jesse Waters, Port Washington Danielle Ames, Larchmont Yacht Club James Wadsworth, American Yacht Club Ryan Malloy, Stamford/Norwalk YC Britt Norton, Pequot Yacht Club Chris Malloy, Stamford Yacht Club D. B. Aymar, Noroton Yacht Club Brendan McAndrews and Greg Davis, Larchmont Yacht Club Rob Storck, Northport Yacht Club Monica Lafferty, Cedar Point Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Julia Deming, Cold Spring Harbor BC Tyler Sandberg, Chris McGuire, American Yacht Club Ed du Moulin, Larchmont Yacht Club Quinn Ziatyk, Larchmont Yacht Club Lindsay McBride, Riverside Yacht Club

Shamrock Coquina Esprit Inverness Pavanne Shearwater LadyDel Shearwater Thunderbird Nagajat II Magic Thunderhead Escales Carina Destination Destination Alala Winsome Recluta Love Machine II Nimble Alala Kim Strider Song and Dance Bandito Gonnagitcha Gonnagitcha Garnet Intimidation Dursey Break Away Freedom Skie Hie High Noon Cahoots Blue Yankee Runaway Morning Glory Jonrob Birnam Wood Morning Glory Adagio Mutiny Morning Glory Hilaria First Edition


2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Harry Weyher & Alex Wilbanks, CPYC Revelation Scott Furnary &Tyler Gordon, AYC Patriot Alex Gestal & Stephanie Hart, IHYC Fresh Guidance Bryan Stephan, Black Rock YC Partnership Tori Porter, Larchmont Yacht Club Morning Glory Race Abandoned Morgan Simmonds & Russell Clarida, Pequot YC Strategery Marek Zaleski, Noroton YC High Noon Matthew Kaplan, Larchmont Yacht Club Morning Glory Matthew Kaplan, Larchmont Yacht Club Morning Glory Collin Alexander & Colin Kramer, American YC Six Brothers Jake Schinto, Riverside Yacht Club Finale Connor Rosow, Pequot Yacht Club Mistral

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DORADE TROPHY Presented by Roderick Stephens, Jr. 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

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Noroton Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club American Yacht Club Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Sagamore Yacht Club Centerport Yacht Club American Yacht Club Durland Scout Center Rocky Point Yacht Club Peter Johnson, Sagamore Yacht Club Jay Kopp, Riverside Yacht Club Brad Platt, Riverside Yacht Club Douglas Walker, Belle Haven Yacht Club Richard Kowalski, Riverside Yacht Club Alan Redmond, Pequot Yacht Club Peter Wilson, Noroton Yacht Club Matt Fries Stamford Yacht Club Suzanne Malloy, Stamford Yacht Club Peter Schwartz, Riverside Yacht Club Rocky Ferrigno, Black Rock Yacht Club Park Benjamin, Seawanhaka Corinthian YC Jesse Waters, Port Washington Yacht Club Gavin McAleer, Riverside Yacht Club Ryan Malloy, Stamford/Norwalk Yacht Clubs D. B. Aymar, Noroton Yacht Club Greg Skidmore, Riverside Yacht Club No Race Philip Renton, Riverside Yacht Club Rick Sinclair, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Jennie Cooper, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Dylan Mark, Milford Yacht Club Milford Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Milford Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club No Race American Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Cedar Point Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club ` Riverside Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club American Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Centerport Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club

Courageous Courageous Alala Black Mallard Gray Fox Fox Vengeance Endurance Christopher Dragon Green Light Obsession Stajon Wenden Hi-O Srajon Ca Va Messenger Lickety Split Lickety Split Wenden Secret Gambler Instigator Epic High Noon Runaway Ptarmigan Ptarmigan Jet Star Lickety Split Sentinel Sentinel Morning Glory Sentinel Ptarmigan Annie O Morning Glory Revelation Conundrum Hurricane Conundrum Sundari High Noon High Noon High Noon High Noon Morning Glory Trifecta Synchronicity


MALCOLM McINTYRE TEAM RACE TROPHY 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Riverside Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Indian Harbor Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club Indian Harbor Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Huguenot Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club Indian Harbor Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Belle Haven Yacht Club Belle Haven Yacht Club Indian Harbor Yacht Club Seawanhaka Corinthian YC Indian Harbor Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Indian Harbor Yacht Club American Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Norwalk Yacht Club Port Washington Yacht Club American Yacht Club Incomplete Series American Yacht Club American Yacht Club Centerport Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club Larchmont Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club American Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club American Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Larchmont Yacht Club Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club Larchmont Yacht Club American Yacht Club American Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club American Yacht Club American Yacht Club No wind Beach Point Club Riverside Yacht Club Cedar Point Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club American Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club American Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club

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YRALIS FINALS FOR THE US SAILING JUNIOR SAILING CHAMPIONSHIPS Presented by the Fireball/420 Fleet of Noroton Yacht Club

YRALIS FINALS TRIPLEHANDED - SEARS CUP 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006* 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

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Noroton YC, Charlie Henkel, Bill Park Larchmont YC, Tony Rey, Heather McMichael Noroton YC, Darren Doyle, Julie Friend, Bill Park, Karl Ziegler Noroton YC, Pierce Owens, James Ashton, Laird Henkel Noroton YC, Pierce Owens, Geoff McDonald, Dean Goedkoop Seawanhaka YC, Jay Benjamin, Derek Smith, James Samuels Stamford YC, Ian Collins, Brad Hansen, Scott Thursby American YC, Meg Gaillard, Chris Benzak, Jago MacLeod, Bret MacLeod Noroton YC, Christopher Dimsey, Amanda Watson, Elena Kavanagh Noroton YC, Luke Raymond, Amanda Watson, Christopher Dimsey, Elena Kavanagh American YC, Brennan Gerster, Brett MacLeod, Peter Gonzalez American YC, Brett MacLeod, Brennan Gerster, Greg Skidmore Seawanhaka YC, Ian Gumprecht, Jay Tini, Richard Weir Larchmont YC, Leah Anderson, Peter Fackler, Tommy Spelman Pequot YC, Brian Baker, G.K. Johnson, Alex Petisi Pequot YC, Brian Baker, G.K. Johnson, Alex Petisi Northport Bay, Paul Steinborn, Bryan Prior, Zach Goldman Black Rock YC, Peter Lelek, Matt Conover, Chris Filiberto Riverside YC, Chris Kinner, Maggie Duus, James Anderson Riverside YC, Chris Kinner, Maggie Duus, Leigh Fogwell Pequot YC, Becca Dellenbaugh, Trip McDermott, Elizabeth Hawkins Pequot YC, Will Bayles, Whit Brighton, Eric Defeo Cedar Point YC, Alex Wilbanks, Madeline Gill, Sarah Hamm Noroton YC, Will Vernon, Kelly Crane, Matt Nestor Pequot YC, Anderw Foster, Tim Clark, Charlie Proctor Pequot YC, Charlie Proctor, Laura Cuccio, Tim Clark Riverside YC, Ryan Giannotta, Billy Baxter, Caroline Glover JSA Sponsored Sailors Riverside YC, Ryan Giannotta, Billy Baxter, Elizabeth Michler Riverside YC, Billy Baxter, Billy Lewis and Lizzie Michler Centerport Yacht Club, Sean Cornell, Peter Sterflinger, Thomas Pluchino Centerport Yacht Club, Sean Cornell, Peter Sterflinger, Thomas Pluchino Stamford Yacht Club, Joshua Leclue, Max Lipkin, Julia Zaleski, Brian Connolly American Yacht Club, Austen Freda, Hector McKemey, Emily Miller, Andy Rochat Cedar Point Yacht Club, Burke Anvari, Max Haslett, Grant Ballesteros


YRALIS FINALS DOUBLEHANDED BEMIS TROPHY

1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Seawanhaka Corinthian, Willy Glen, James Simkins Noroton Yacht Club, Karl Ziegler, Chris Daley Noroton Yacht Club, Laird Henkel, Mike Cowan American Yacht Club, Brian Comfort, Lee Newcomb Larchmont Yacht Club, Alex Monte-Sano, Greg Smalley Larchmont Yacht Club, Alex Monte-Sano, Greg Smalley Seawanhaka Corinthian, Jay Benjamin, Derek Smith American Yacht Club, James Wadsworth, Samantha Barnes American Yacht Club, James Wadsworth , Jago MacLeod Manhasset Bay Yacht Club, Scott Thomson, Anthony Dekkers Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Robbie Damus, Luke Danzinger Belle Haven Club, Ted Conrads, Scott Elwell Belle Haven Club, Ted Conrads, Lauren Toretta American Yacht Club, Ryan Mahoney, Scott Elwell Pequot Yacht Club, Dan Litchfield, Alex DeFeo Cold Spring Harbor BC, Peter Deming, Cammie Williams Riverside Yacht Club, Ashley McBride, Katherine Renton Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Todd Breeden, Gardiner Bowen Northport Bay Sailing Assoc., Erik Storck, Zach Goldman Northport Bay Sailing Assoc., Erik Storck, Zach Goldman Centerport Yacht Club, Erik Storck, John Kempton Belle Haven Yacht Club, Bryon Jamieson, Maggie Duus Pequot Yacht Club, Emily Dellenbaugh, Leigh Hammel Manhasset Bay Yacht Club, Elizabeth Whipple, Alex Whipple Pequot Yacht Club, Brendon Kopp, Mike Costello Manhasset Bay Yacht Club, Alex Whipple, Richard Jordan Indian Harbor YC, Elliott Morrill, Spencer McDonough JSA Sponsored Sailors Cedar Point Yacht Club, James Schaefer, Jason Raymond Pequot Yacht Club, Bryce Kopp, Charlotte Saxe Pequot Yacht Club, Russell Clarida, Julia McKown Larchmont Yacht Club, Matthew Kaplan, Nicholas Schlegel Larchmont Yacht Club, William Gallagher, Jack Knowles, Riverside Yacht Club, Max Anker, Jack Childs Julia Reynolds, Hobi Lew, Pequot Yacht Club

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YRALIS FINALS SINGLEHANDED SMYTHE TROPHY 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

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Noroton Yacht Club, Peter Wilson Belle Haven Club, Steve Langan Centerport Yacht Club, Steve Kirkpatrick Cedar Point Yacht, Thomas Little Cold Spring Harbor Club, Nick Trotman Centerport Yacht Club, Brian Simkins Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Nick DuBois Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Nick DuBois Noroton Yacht Club, Luke Raymond Noroton Yacht Club, Christopher Dimsey Centerport Yacht Club, Danielle Brennan Riverside Yacht Club, Andrew Scrivan Seawanhaka Corinthian Y.C., Matt DeNatale American Yacht Club, Peter Wadsworth Belle Haven Club, Andrew Weyl Northport Bay Sailing Assoc., Billy Jorch Northport Bay Sailing Assoc., Brian Baranaskas Port Washington Yacht Club, Jason Hill Northport Bay Sailing Assoc., John Storck III Northport Bay Sailing Assoc., Garth Fasano Northport Bay Sailing Assoc., Garth Fasano Manhasset Bay Yacht Club, Tedd Himler American Yacht Club, Cameron Cullman American Yacht Club, Cameron Cullman American Yacht Club, Cameron Cullman Stamford Yacht Club, Ben Leibowitz Riverside YC, James Barry JSA Sponsored Sailor American Yacht Club, John LaBossiere Stamford Yacht Club, James Harvey Port Washington Yacht Club, Roger Dorr Cedar Point Yacht Club, Richie Gordon American Yacht Club, Jared Gaynes, Seawanhaka Corinthian Y.C., Gerard Eastman Lindsay Powers, American Yacht Club


SEARS/BEMIS/SMYTHE CUPS NATIONAL WINNERS 1922 Larchmont Yacht Club Arthur Knapp, Jr. George R. Hinman S. Van B. Kryder

1957 Pequot Yacht Club John Merrifield, Tom Munnell Peter Clark, Pierce Gerety

1937 Pequot Yacht Club Charles P. Stetson Robert E. Gordon William F. Watkins

1958 Noroton Yacht Club Kevin Jaffe, Peter Wilson Carolyn McCurdy

1938 Pequot Yacht Club Robert E. Gordon, Howland Hayes Rod C. McNeil, Jr. 1951 Rocky Point Yacht Club George Reichhelm James A, Blattman Wm. B. Osgood, HI Robert F. Shattuck 1952 Indian Harbor Yacht Club Martin A. Purcell, Carolyn E. Neher Constance M. Neher

1969 Noroton Yacht Club Manton Scott, Steve Heath Chris Wilson 1979 American Yacht Club Bill Lynn, Tom Mundinger Bob Cipita 2005 American Yacht Club Cameron Cullman 2007 Pequot Yacht Club Brendon Kopp, Mike Costello

US YOUTH SAILING CHAMPIONSHIP 2004 Eric Storck (Club 420-skipper) 2005 Emily Dellenbaugh & Leigh Hammel (Club 420) 2006 Rebecca Dellenbaugh & Leigh Hammel (Club 420) Ted Himmler (Radial) 2008 Cam Cullman (Laser)

US JUNIOR WOMEN’S DOUBLEHANDED CHAMPIONSHIP — IDA LEWIS TROPHY 2005 Rebecca Dellenbaugh & Leigh Hammel

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FOUNDERS' TROPHY Presented by Family of J. W. C. Bullard, 1957

S. GREGORY TAYLOR TROPHY Presented by S. Gregory Taylor, 1939, Retired 1956

GIRLS' CHAMPIONSHIP 1939

Cold Spring Harbor, Barbara Rutherfurd, Louise Lee, Alice Graham, Joan Klots 1940 Pequot, Charlotte Perry, Cordelia Clark, Anna Finn, Margaret Gordon 1941 Cold Spring Harbor, Barbara Rutherfurd, Jean M. Noyes, Cornelia K. Ames, Alice V. Graham 1942-43 No Race 1944 Pequot, Joan Collins, Patricia Hoyt, Patricia L. Skinner, Joyce Willard 1945 Pequot, Joan Collins, Patricia Hoyt, M. A. Plunkett, Patricia L. Skinner 1946 No Race 1947 Pequot, Patricia Hoyt, Patricia L. Skinner, Suzette Spitzer 1948 Pequot, Suzette Spitzer, Patricia L. Skinner, Cornelia D. Ford 1949 Riverside, Judy Webb, Melissa Walker, Carol Ford 1950 Riverside, Judy Webb, Melissa Walker, Carol Ford 1951 Riverside, Barbara Sheldon, Joan Wadhams, Sandra Gill 1952 Indian Harbor, Constance M. Neher, Carolyn E. Neher, Julia B. Phelps 1953 Noroton, Sandy Widmann, Theo Foster, Nancy Lexow 1954 Pequot, Julia B. Evans, Betsy May, Landa Montague, Gwen Yates 1955 Pequot, Gwen Yates, Peggy Van Dusen, Marion Pearch, Virginia DeLamater 1956 Riverside, Lucy Sheldon, Barbara Trenary, Mary Marchner 1957 American, Sis Hibberd, Marge Crow, Catherine Kelly, Wendy Everett 1958 American, Muff Crow, Wendy Everett, Janet Lethen, Mary James 1959 Pequot, Wilson Lineburgh, Catherine Munnell, Elisabeth Lansing 1960 Pequot, Lynn Cunningham, Ellen Smythe, Trina Van Dussen 1961 Beach Club, Nanette Grant, Kathy Keogh, Pam Walker 1962 Noroton, Virginia Kemball-Cook, Susan Heat, Gretchen Rogers 1963 Horseshoe Harbor, Beth McAleer, Martha Wood, Karen Byrne 1964 Cedar Point, Linda Jager, Pam Pollak, Sue Whidden 1965 Larchmont, Karen Byrne, Nancy Stremmel, Jan Drews 1966 Larchmont, Nancy Stremmel, Jan Drews, Wendy Noll 1967 Larchmont, Carolyn Yake, Wendy Noll, Debbie Yake 1968 Belle Haven, Jane Colihan, Abbey Colihan, Lee Rodriguez 1969 Norwalk, Nata Pos, Liza Gaines, Kathy Clark 1970 Noroton, Susan Crimmins, Nancy Geyer, Jennifer Cummings 1971 Rocky Point, Celina Munkenbeck, Caroline Parker, Andrea Disario 1972 Pequot, Meg Dellenbaugh, Laurie Perry, Susan Daly 1973 Noroton, Wendy Thomson, Pam Polhemus, 1974 Noroton, Sally Campbell, MaryJane Hammel 1975 Noroton, Connie Hufferd, Sally Hammel 1976 Noroton, Connie Hufferd, Cynthia Zeigler 1977 Manhasset Bay, Linda Miller, Lois Lovett 1978 American, Robin Conklin, Libby Connolly 1979 Pequot, Lisa Gosselin, Cindy Perry 1980 Noroton, Liz Morrow, Robin Brissette 1981 American, Courtenay Becker, Peggy Murphy 1982 Larchmont, Carrie Peet, Amy Ladin 1983 Riverside, Alison Denne, Stacey Schinto 1984 Larchmont, Katie Bodkin, Cathy McMichael 1985 Larchmont, Heather McMichael, Patricia Kelly 1986 Larchmont, Heather McMichael, Tricia Kelly 1987 Riverside, Wendy Bisset, Cindy Alder (Continued on page 67)

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(Continued from page 66) 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Manhasset Bay, Amanda North, Eliza Comer Noroton, Tori Willauer, Maria Daley American, Jennifer Bruce, Hilary Norman Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Anne Linskey Centerport, Amy Slear Centerport, Amy Slear Indian Harbor, Carola Cooper Sea Cliff Yacht Club, Megan Lawson Sea Cliff Yacht Club, Megan Lawson Sea Cliff Yacht Club, Megan Lawson American Yacht Club, Clemmie Everett Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Sara Cooper Riverside Yacht Club, Jessica Baker Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Lily Lorentzen Shelter Island Yacht Club, Sarah Braun Noroton, Ani Kavookjan Cedar Point Yacht Club, Lindsay Nyce American Yacht Club, Emily Stubbs Noroton Yacht Club, Kelly Crane American Yacht Club, Emily Stubbs Norwalk Yacht Club, Amy Kubie American Yacht Club, Sarah Stubbs Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Sarah Stubbs Shelter Island Yacht Club, Alexandra Maurillo Indian Harbor Yacht Club, Brigette Croke Shelter Island Yacht Club, Alexandra Maurillo Stamford Yacht Club, Charlotte leClue American Yacht Club, Megan Plough Lindsay Powers, American Yacht Club

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MARLINSPIKE SEAMANSHIP TROPHY presented by Percy Chubb 2nd, George R. Hinman Jakob Isbrandtsen, Emil Mosbacher, Jr. Victor Romagna, Julian K. Roosevelt 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

Hans Isbrandtsen, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Julia L. Page, Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club Hans Isbrandtsen, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Hans Isbrandtsen, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Hans Isbrandtsen, Indian Harbor Yacht Club George Boyer, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Hans Isbrandtsen, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Nonnie Cooney, Noroton Yacht Club Peter Isler, Norwalk Yacht Club J. C. Sparkman (Midget), Larchmont Yacht Club Robert Feldman, Centerport Yacht Club Robert Schulz (Midget), Larchmont Yacht Club John C. Sparkman, Larchmont Yacht Club Billy Jones (Midget), Norwalk Yacht Club Gerard Coleman, Larchmont Yacht Club Tom Hayden (Midget), The Belle Haven Club John Sacco, Norwalk Shore & Country Club Tom Schulz (Midget), Larchmont Yacht Club John Sacco, Norwalk Shore & Country Club Bill Hogan (Midget), The Belle Haven Club Mark Sacco, Norwalk Shore & Country Club Phil Engle (Midget), Larchmont Yacht Club Mark Sacco, Norwalk Shore & Country Club Laura Neff, (Midget), Seawanhaka Corinthian Y C Greg Sacco, Nowalk Shore & Country Club Tom Roelli (Midget), Centerport Yacht Club Greg Sacco, Norwalk Shore & Country Club Andy Lennon (Midget), Larchmont Yacht Club Andy Lennon, Larchmont Yacht Club Charles Weaver (Midget), Norwalk Shore & Country Club Charles Weaver, Norwalk Shore & Country Club Steve Peters (Midget), Port Washington Yacht Club Charles Ulmer, Larchmont Yacht Club Peter Galloway (Midget), Larchmont Yacht Club Russ Atherton, Norwalk Shore & Country Club (No Contest) Riverside Yacht Club American Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club American Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club and Stamford Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club (Continued on page 69)

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(Continued from page 68) 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Larchmont Yacht Club Indian Harbor Yacht Club American Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Norwalk Yacht Club American Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Indian Harbor Yacht Club Cedar Point Yacht Club Larchmont Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club Cedar Point Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club Riverside Yacht Club Noroton Yacht Club Centerport Yacht Club Edward Condon, Port Washington Yacht Club Jack Glenn, Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club Emery Wallace, Cedar Point Yacht Club Corey Sabia, Norwalk Yacht Club

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JUNIOR NAVIGATION TROPHY Presented by Family of Warren G. Dellenbaugh 1977 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Peter Dickman, Don McKee, Larchmont Yacht Club Frank Keil, Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club Louis Barton, Dan Smith, American Yacht Club Desmond Runyan, Cedar Point Yacht Club Nick Everett, American Yacht Club David Dellenbaugh, Pequot Yacht Club David Dellenbaugh, Pequot Yacht Club Peter Schwarzenbach, Norwalk Yacht Club Brad Dellenbaugh, Pequot Yacht Club John Arrison, Noroton Yacht Club John Lefferts, Norwalk Yacht Club Greg Merz, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Drew McCullough, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Paul Curtis, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Adam Wheeler, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Jeff Genvin, Knickerbocker Yacht Club Matt Coudert, Indian Harbor Yacht Club John Chadwick, Riverside Yacht Club Trophy not awarded Carter Williams, American Yacht Club Larry Ehrhardt, American Yacht Club Terri Reilly, Noroton Yacht Club David Dowd, Larchmont Yacht Club Geoff Headington, Belle Haven Club Brad Bradley, Riverside Yacht Club Pavel Streber, Belle Haven Club John Faiella, Larchmont Yacht Club Jake Robards, Pequot Yacht Club Campbell MacInnes, Port Washington Yacht Club Jesse Redniss, Larchmont Yacht Club Skipper Sinclair, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Doug Stone, Noroton Yacht Club Jack Benfield, Port Washington Yacht Club Danielle Decerbo, Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Kim Martini, Sea Cliff Yacht Club Rick Sinclair, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Alex MeVay, Riverside Yacht Club Tucker Cluett, Norwalk Yacht Club Sarah Cooper, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Jessica Baker , Riverside Yacht Club Will Cromwell, Norwalk Yacht Club Jonathan Ference, Cedar Point Yacht Club William Hubbard, Pequot Yacht Club Tucker Cluett, Norwalk Yacht Club Ed Townes, Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club Daniel Leich, Sea Cliff Yacht Club Jeffrey Wisner, American Yacht Club Will Schpero, Norwalk Yacht Club Mary Gamber, Noroton Yacht Club Liz Miller, Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club (Continued on page 71)

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(Continued from page 70) 2007

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Tommy Chronert, Riverside Yacht Club Colin Leon, Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club Chris Oliver, Norwalk Yacht Club Jason Raymond, Cedar Point Yacht Club Austin Schaeffer, Cedar Point Yacht Club Matt Habig, Larchmont Yacht Club Ryder Tobin, American Yacht Club Ryan Giannotto, Riverside Yacht Club Will Hunt, American Yacht Club Isabelle Pieper, Cedar Point Yacht Club Sarah Owen, Cedar Point Yacht Club Samuel Papert, American Yacht Club Ian Palmer, Cedar Point Yacht Club Jake Schinto, Riverside Yacht Club Christian Myers, Cedar Point Yacht Club

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JUNIOR PAIRS NAVIGATION TROPHY 2003 2004

Matthew Cohen, Elizabeth Homza, Milford Yacht Club Tyler Gordon, Jonathan Peters, American Yacht Club

MIDGET CLASS NAVIGATION TROPHY Presented by Lorna Hibberd 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

Edward Kloman, Norwalk Yacht Club John Goldstone, Indian Harbor Yacht Club William Cheney, Norwalk Shore & Country Club Hunt Stookey, Pequot Yacht Club Neil Burger, Belle Haven Club Graham Anthony, Norwalk Yacht Club John Chadwick, Riverside Yacht Club Andy Lennon, Larchmont Yacht Club Peter Mead, Belle Haven Club David Williams, American Yacht Club John Kretsch, Pequot Yacht Club Brad Bradley, Riverside Yacht Club Brad Bradley, Riverside Yacht Club Brian Dies, Pequot Yacht Club Brian Dies, Pequot Yacht Club Steven Fisk, Cedar Point Yacht Club Skipper Sinclair, Indian Harbor Yacht Club No Contest Brian Fox, Cold Spring Harbor Beach Club Alex MeVay, Riverside Yacht Club Teddy Rave, Head of the Bay Club

BLUE JAY CLASS NAVIGATION TROPHY 1994 No Contest 1995 Stephanie Benedetto, Belle Haven Club 1996 Willie Hubbard, Pequot Yacht Club 1997 —2002 No Contest 2003 Billy Rohman, Beach Point Yacht Club 2004 Conor O’Reilly, Huntington Yacht Club 2005 Cliff Weldon, Sea Cliff Yacht Club 2006 — 2016 No Contest

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MIDGET PERFORMANCE TROPHY Div. I James Wadsworth, Chris Beuzack, American Yacht Club Div. II Andrew Godfrey, Caroline Conway, Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Div. III Bryan Joyce, Jonathan Toretta, Indian Harbor Yacht Club 1990

Ben Arminger, Ashley Young, Noroton Yacht Club

1991

Patrick Malloy,

Jesse Dunlap, Stamford Yacht Club

1992

Div. I Ryan Mahoney, Peter Scott, American Yacht Club Div. II Vollker Van Reesema, Peter Wadsworth, American Yacht Club Div. III Pat Malloy, Spencer Ogden, Stamford Yacht Club

1993

Div. I Ryan Mahoney, Dodd Eraser, American Yacht Club Div. II Brooke Gonzalez, Wendy Hinman , American Yacht Club Div. III Coulter Smith, Guy Turner, Noroton Yacht Club

BLUE JAY PERFORMANCE BOAT HANDLING 1994

Div. I John Storck, Bryan Prior, Erik Storck, Centerport Yacht Club Div. II Jimmy Monte-Sano, Brett Sherman, Larchmont Yacht Club Div. III David Elwell, Derek Mahoney, American Yacht Club

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MITCHELL S. WEEKS TROPHY SPORTSMANSHIP IN JUNIOR SAILING presented by New York Yacht Club selection by peer vote 1990 Singlehanded, Helm Doublehanded, Helm Doublehanded, Crew

Ryan Malloy Brandon Prior Stephen Fisk

Stamford Y.C. Centerport Y.C. Cedar Point Y.C.

1991 Singlehanded, Laser Singlehanded, Radial Doublehanded, Helm Doublehanded, Crew

Jake Robards Amy Slear Hugh Lassen Hillary Norman

Pequot Y.C. CenterportY.C. Cold Spring H.B.C. American Y.C.

1992 Singlehanded, Laser Singlehanded, Radial Doublehanded, Helm Doublehanded, Crew

Blue Wheeler PequotY.C. Amy Slear Centerport Y.C. James Wadsworth American Y.C. Leigh Lucas Cold Spring Harbor

1993 Singlehanded, Laser Singlehanded, Radial Doublehanded, Skipper Doublehanded, Crew

Peter Gonzales Amy Slear Hugh Lassen Brett MacLeod

American Y.C. Centerport Y.C. Cold Springs Harbor American Y.C.

1994 Singlehanded, Laser Singlehanded, Radial Doublehanded, Skipper Doublehanded, Crew

Andy Franzone Alex Woodworth Ryan Mahoney Lauren Toretta

Larchmont Shore Centerport Y.C. American Y.C. Indian Harbor Y.C.

1995 Singlehanded, Laser Radial Alicia Martorella Doublehanded, Skipper Doublehanded, Crew

Michael Kolodner Cold Springs Harbor Singlehanded, Sea Cliff Y.C. Jeff Condon American Y.C. TrippHoward American Y.C.

1996

Not Awarded

1997 Singlehanded, Laser Singlehanded, Radial Doublehanded, Skipper Doublehanded Crew-

Will Johnston Laura Baker Dan Litchfield Caleb Linville Alex DeFeo John Johnston

American YC Manhasset Bay YC Pequot YC Noroton YC Pequot YC American YC

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(Continued from page 74) 1998 Singlehanded, Laser Singlehanded, Radial Doublehanded Skipper

Doublehanded, Crew 1999 Singlehanded, Laser Singlehanded, Radial

Doublehanded, Skipper Doublehanded, Crew

2000-2004 2005 Doublehanded, Crew

Simon Buckland Elias Ronam Patrick Dietz Peter Deming Julia Deming Meghan Dietz

Huguenot YC Douglaston YC Riverside YC Cold Spring Harbor Cold Spring Harbor Riverside YC

Alex Petisi Pequot YC Alec Orenstein Pequot YC Jamie Farrell Riverside YC Jessica Baker Riverside YC Greg Hammond Pequot YC Katherine Renton Riverside YC Cara Toretta American YC Not Awarded

Kerry Morrison

Black Rock YC

2007 Doublehanded, Skipper

Courtney Finkel

Darien Junior Sailing

2009 Doublehanded, Skipper

Charlie Wolstenholme Pequot Yacht Club

2010 Singlehanded, Radial Doublehanded, Skipper Doublehanded, Crew

JJ Monro Noroton Yacht Club Austin Schaefer Cedar Point Yacht Club Jason Raymond Cedar Point Yacht Club

2011 Singlehanded, Laser Singlehanded, Radial

Wilson Hunt Glenn Blair

American Yacht Club Pequot Yacht Club

2014 Singlehanded, Laser

Sam Papert

American Yacht Club

2015 Singlehanded, Radial

Richard O’Leary American Yacht Club

2016 Singlehanded, Radial Doublehanded, Skipper Doublehanded, Crew

Carina Becker American Yacht Club Daniel Reich Shelter Island Yacht Club Nathaniel Winters Shelter Island Yacht Club

2006 Not Awarded

2012-2013 Not Awarded

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BROOKE E. GONZALEZ MEMORIAL TROPHY Awarded to a young woman who demonstrates sportsmanship, exceptional ethical behavior, dedication to the sport of sailing and outstanding sailing achievement. 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Megan Lawson, Sea Cliff Yacht Club Sara Cooper, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Kara Kelly, Larchmont Yacht Club Jessica Baker, Riverside Yacht Club Caitlin Moore, Pequot Yacht Club Maggie Duus, Riverside Yacht Club Hayley Duus, Riverside Yacht Club Becca Dellenbaugh, Pequot Yacht Club Christine Jakob, Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club Laurel Hofrichter, PYC and Marion Trumbull', CPYC Emily Stubbs, American Yacht Club Katie Lund, Riverside Yacht Club Sarah Stubbs, American Yacht Club Olivia Crane, Noroton Yacht Club Rebecca Quirke, American Yacht Club Bridget Clarke, Pequot Yacht Club Haley Kachmar, Milford Yacht Club Not Awarded Julia Reynolds, Pequot Yacht Club Michelle Lahrkamp, American Yacht Club

SUSIE TROTMAN TROPHY For Outstanding Sailing Instruction 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Crissy Marshall, Beach Point Yacht Club Jen Kelly, Larchmont Shore Club Dave Smith, American Yacht Club Amy Slear, Northport Yacht Club Ian Watt, Norwalk Yacht Club Guy Turner, Pequot Yacht Club Hillary Megroz, Darien Jr. Sailing Steve Streit, Rocky Point Club Charles Hood, Cedar Point Yacht Club Alicia Martoella, Sea Cliff Yacht Club Cody Dunagan, Beach Point Yacht Club Christopher Samsen, Darien Junior Sailing Andrew Blom, Centerport Yacht Club Laura Gillooly, Shelter Island Yacht Club Chris Kinner, Cedar Point Yacht Club Elizabeth Hawkins, Pequot Yacht Club Quinn Ziatyk, American Yacht Club Evan Oleson, Riverside Yacht Club Alyson Whitehead Centerport Yacht Club Mary Wachowicz Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Juan Pablo Carranza, Indian Harbor Yacht Club Tory Lynch, Pequot Yacht Club Brandon Henne, Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club Laura Wefer, Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Bryan Stephan, Pequot Yacht Club Drew Gallagher, American Yacht Club (Continued on page 77)

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(Continued from page 76) 2015 2016

Ty Ingram, American Yacht Club Heather Grasso, WaterFront Center Alec Tayler, American Yacht Club Sean Walsh, Riverside Yacht Club

JESSE A. B. SMITH TROPHY Stamford Yacht Club, Presented by Comm. C. A. Betts, Jr. 1949

INSTRUCTOR CHAMPIONSHIP 1949 Andy Scholtz, Dave Sinclair, Riverside Yacht Club 1950 Patricia Blancker, Manhasset Bay Yacht Club 1951 Jack Webb, Riverside Yacht Club 1952 John Zimmerman, III, Stamford Yacht Club 1953 William M. Thomson, Stamford Yacht Club 1954 Martin Purcell, Indian Harbor Yacht Club 1955 Barbara Sheldon, Riverside Yacht Club 1967 James R. Crane, Pequot Yacht Club 1968 Ralph B. Sperry, Black Rock Yacht Club 1970 Stephen E. Nightingale, Cedar Point Yacht Club 1971 Philip Franklin, Indian Harbor Yacht Club 1972 Skip Whyte, Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club 1973 Ken Legler, Larchmont Yacht Club 1974 Jamie McCeary, Larchmont Yacht Club 1975 Gary Knapp, Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club 1976 Jamie McCreary, Horseshoe Harbor Yacht Club 1977 Stewart Neff, Indian Harbor Yacht Club 1978 Bill Drewes, Douglaston Yacht Squadron 1979 John Fullerton, Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club 1980 Henry Filter, Cedar Point Yacht Club 1981 John Wallace, Pequot Yacht Club 1982 Scott MacLeod, Indian Harbor Yacht Club 1983 Scott Ikle, Manhasset Bay Yacht Club 1984 Morgan Reeser, Coconut Grove Yacht Club 1985 Doug Clarke, Northhport Yacht Club 1986 Steve Kirkpatrick, Centerport Yacht Club 1987 No Race 1988 Charlie Ulmer, Larchmont Yacht Club 1989 Steve Kirkpatrick, Centerport Yacht Club 1990 Brian Simkins, Centerport Yacht Club 1991 Geoff Ewenson, Milford Yacht Club 1992 No race 1993 No race 1994 Mike Tauber, Noroton Yacht Club 1995 - 2016 No races

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Optimist USODA United States Optimist Dinghy Association PO Box 506 St. Petersburg, FL 33731 609-510-0798 (office) 866-410-7456 (fax) email: usoda@usoda.org web site: www.USODA.org Newsletter: Optinews E-mail: optinews@usoda.com IODA International Optimist Dinghy Association web site: www.optiworld.org Newsletter: Optiworld

Pixel Nearwater Boats 72 Roton Avenue Rowayton, CT 06853 (203) 858-9621 email: info@sailpixel.com web site: www.sailpixel.com

RS Feva RS Sailing North America PO Box 803338 #89173 Chicago, IL 60680-3338 NAinfo@RSsailing.com

Club 420 Club 420 Class Association PO Box 50 North Kingston RI 02852 email: info@club420.org web site: www.club420.org

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Laser and Laser Radial LASER CLASS Laser Class - North American Region 2812 Canon St San Diego, CA 92106 (619) 222-0252 FAX: (619) 222-0528 email: admin@Laser.org web site: www.laser.org

US Sailing US SAILING PO Box 1260 15 Maritime Dr. Portsmouth, RI 02871 (401) 683-0800 email: info@ussailing.org web site: www.ussailing.org

Interscholastic Sailing Association ISSA 2812 Canon St San Diego, CA 92106 (619) 222-0252 web site: www.hssailing.org email: info@hssailing.org ISSA is the organization for high school sailing.

Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association of North America ICSA 2812 Canon Street San Diego, CA 92106 (619) 255-0083 (office) FAX: (619) 222-0528 email: intersectionals@collegesailing.org web site: www.collegesailing.org ICSA is the organization for college sailing.

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JSA Ethics Guidelines Respected Sailors Always: 1.

2. 3. 4.

Know and abide by the Racing Rules. They promptly: Take a penalty or retire when they know they broke a rule, or file a protest when appropriate. Obey event regulations, on and off the water, including housing rules. Are organized, prepared and responsible for their own equipment. Show respect to fellow sailors and those helping to run regattas and programs.

Respected Sailors Never: 1. 2. 3.

Swear at, intimidate or harass anyone, including teammates, on or off the water. Steal or borrow, without permission, anything that does not belong to them. Break laws related to alcohol, tobacco or illegal drugs.

These guidelines were developed by junior sailor members of The Junior Sailing Association of Long Island Sound.

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