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The Open 5.70s managed to get 13 boats out for the Sarcoma Cup at the end of August. (11 boats) WABBIT (3r, 0t) — 1) Jack, John Gray, 4; 2) Mr. McGregor, Kim Desenberg, 6; 3) Kwazy, Colin Moore, 9. (5 boats) OPEN 5.70 (5r, 0t) — 1) Boracic, Michael Gough, 12 points; 2) II Havic, Rich & Tony Festa, 18; 3) The Rooster, Joe Wells, 21. (13 boats) 29er (5r, 0t) — 1) n/a, Robbie Englehart, 5 points. (1 boats) OLSON 25 — 1) Shadowfax, Mark Simpson, 3 points; 2) Sweet Ness, Nesrin Basoz, 7; 3) American Standard, Bob Gunion, 9. (4 boats) PHRF A — 1) Stewball, Express 37, Bob Harford, 8 points; 2) Jeannette, Frers 1T, Henry King, 8; 3) Mintaka 4, Farr 38, Gerry Brown. (7 boats) PHRF B — 1) Shameless, Schumacher 30, George Ellison, 5 points; 2) Ahi, Santana 35, Andy Newell, 6; 3) Woof, J/30, Wally Whittier, 7. (6 boats) SUNDAY PURSUIT RACE — 1) Jack; 2) JetStream, JS 9000, Dan Alvarez; 2) Jeannette, Frers 1T, Henry King; 4) Stewball; 5) El Raton, Express 27, Ray Lotto; 6) Emma, F-31, Bill Roberts; 7) Witchy Woman; 8) Wile E Coyote, Dan Pruzan; 9) Magic Bus, Express 27, Marc Belloli; 10) B-Line, 1D35, Jack Feller. (28 boats) Complete results at:www.sarcomacup.org

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'Deception' gets some pace on downwind at the Sarcoma Cup hosted by Berkeley YC in conjunction with the Richmond and South Beach YCs.

RichmondSouth Beach The Singlehanded Sailing Society's Richmond-South Beach proved to be a challenging day on the water for about 70 single- and doublehanded boats that started on September 17. After a nice run down to the Brothers in a building flood, the bulk of the fleet worked toward the Marin shore on their way to Raccoon Strait. But where both relief and breeze were to be found was anyone's guess as the bulk of the fleet parked it up in the North Bay while a pleasant 18 knots of breeze blew through The Slot. That parking lot, coupled with another under the Bay Bridge, meant that 25 boats DNF'd, and the overall winners really earned their bragging rights. Greg Nelsen sailed singlehanded and was the overall winner in that division with his Azzura 310 Outsider, finishing the 20mile course in 4h, 33m, as the only solo sailor to crack the top-ten overall. Jonathon Hunt and Rodney Hagebols sailed the former's 1D35 Dark And Stormy around the course in just over 4 hours to narrowly pip Bryan Wade and Mike Holden on the Ultimate 24 Max by 10 seconds for overall honors. SSS RICHMOND-SOUTH BEACH (9/17) OVERALL — 1) Dark and Stormy, 1D35, Jonathon Hunt/Rodney Hagebols; 2) Max, Ultimate 24, Bryan Wade/Mike Holden; 3) For Pete's Sake, Ultimate 24, Peter Cook/Sandi Crane; 4) Tatiana, F-31, Urs Rothacer/Bill Quigley; 5) Jam Session, J/105, Adam Spiegel/n/a; 6) Outsider, Azzura 310, Greg Nelsen (SH); 7) Origami, Corsair 24, Ross Stein/Bill Pace; 8) Wild 1, FT 10, John Lymberg/Chris Jordan; 9) Racer X, J/105, Rich Pipkin/ Mary McGrath. (70 boats) SH SPORTBOAT —1) Outsider; 2) Yellow Jack; SC 27, Mike Farrell; 2)

ALL PHOTOS THIS PAGE JOHN LAW/WWW.WYLIEWABBIT.ORG EXCEPT WHERE NOTED

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THE RACING

Sunshine, Moore 24, Stanly Martin. (5 boats) SH SPIN PHRF < 108 — 1) Ragtime!, J/92, Bob Johnston; 2) Red Sky, Olson 34, Brian Boschma, (3 boats) SH SPIN PHRF 111-150 — 1) Bandicoot, Wyliecat 30, Al Germain; 2) Firefly, Dehler 34 Optima, Chris Case; 3) Whirlwind, Wyliecat 30, Dan Benjamin. (6 boats) SH SPIN PHRF 153+ — 1) Wild-Type, Ericson 32-2, Chris Simenstad; 2) Emerald, Yankee 30, Peter Jones. (7 starters) SH NON-SPIN — 1) Robin, C&C 35 Mk. 3; 2) Flicker, J/32, Ed Ruszel. (6 boats) DH MULTIHULL — 1) Tatiana; 2) Origami; 3) Transit of Venus, Corsair 37, Rick Waltonsmith/

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Latitude 38 Oct. 2011  

The October 2011 eBook issue of the West's premier sailing and marine magazine.

Latitude 38 Oct. 2011  

The October 2011 eBook issue of the West's premier sailing and marine magazine.