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LaBelle Tune-up Results

LaBelle Tune-up Results

Brian Brickler with crew Joe Bitter won this year’s LaBelle Tune-up. It was a close series with Kurt Mihelich tying for the win and losing the tie breaker. 16 boats competed over 4 races in the 2 day competition.

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Posted on May 21st, by Matt Prange in From the Blog.
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Cedar Spring and Mother’s Day Regatta Results

Cedar Spring and Mother’s Day Regatta Results

Mother’s Day Regatta

The prediction going into the regatta was for sunburn and moderate, variable breeze and the prediction was accurate. Eight races were run with twelve boats from four different lakes over two days. Cam McNeil won this one …

Posted on May 14th, by Matt Prange in From the Blog.
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Icebreaker Results

Icebreaker Results


29 boats competed to be the 2014 Icebreaker champion but only one prevailed. Dave Davenport with crew Ben Porter sailed a great series with a total of 7 points over three races. Conditions were windy with roughly 6 capsizes throughout …

Posted on May 6th, by Matt Prange in From the Blog.
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Register For Nationals 2014

Posted on April 30th, by admin in From the Blog.
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Blast from the past note – First NCSSA Championship

Blast from the past note – First NCSSA Championship

We received the following note with a little history tidbit from the first NCSSA Nationals regatta – courtesy of Steve Avery P-51

“The first national was held at Minnetonka and won by Johnny Gluek, with Jack Strothman and Peter Rogers …

Posted on April 28th, by Matt Schmidt in From the Blog, Uncategorized.
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2014 Springfield Regatta Results

2014 Springfield Regatta Results

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Three races were sailed at the 2014 Springfield regatta. Light to medium breeze allowed for some great opening season excitement on Saturday where all three races were completed. 5-10 mph breeze (with lulls from 3-7)were present for the

Posted on April 27th, by admin in From the Blog, Uncategorized.
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A Unique C Scow Project

A Unique C Scow Project

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Here’s how it went down: Last year, my friend Scott Rice called with a whacky idea. He wanted to take a C-scow and sail it from Tampa to Key Largo, and mentioned the Evergrades Challenge, which Anarchy …

Posted on February 23rd, by John Porter in From the Blog.
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2014 C Scow at Strictly Sail

2014 C Scow at Strictly Sail

Melges has again shown their top quality and latest improvements for the 2014 C Scow. After seeing the beautiful lines and rigging on the new boat, you will notice the new fiberglass tiller and new Micro Dot non-skid on the …

Posted on January 26th, by John Porter in From the Blog, Uncategorized.
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2014 Regatta Schedule

2014 Regatta Schedule

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The 2014 C Scow Schedule is set! Which regattas will you attend? How many times will LL-18 be the subject of a nefarious prank? Who will be the next Road Warrior Champion? These questions and more will all be answered …

Posted on January 16th, by John Porter in From the Blog.
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Steve Schmidt Dominates National Rankings!

Steve Schmidt Dominates National Rankings!

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After winning the WYA, the ILYA, and finishing 2nd at the ILYA Invitational, Steve Schmidt took all comers to win the 2014 National Rankings. His point total was so low, nobody was even close. Congratulations Steve! Like your father, you …

Posted on January 15th, by John Porter in From the Blog.
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