2022 Long Harbour Classic

2022 Long Harbour Classic

It was a great day with 4 races in a flood tide and gusty SE’er with lots of hiking to keep the 12 Lasers and 2 Lightnings entertained. It was nice to see pre-covid numbers of attendees.

Don Martin did not need his nearly dead old guy points while winning 3 of the races to best the rest of the fleet. Matthias Heinemann was a consistent performer and came second and former champ Thom Stubbs decided to test the water temperature in the first race which pushed him back to third.

 

The 2 Lightnings raced the same silly courses as the Lasers and decided to trade 1s and 2s with each other. Jeremy and Tara Smith ended up beating Bill Cote on a double tie breaker

 

Sail No. Division 15.3 Adjust R 1 R 2 R 3 R4 Raw Adjusted
1 Martin 8 NDOG -3 1 1 1 2 5 -7
2 Heinzemann 7162 OOG -1 3 3 3 3 12 8
3 Stubbs 8995 OOG -1 12 2 2 1 17 13
4 Woodward 456 ROOG -2 2 6 8 6 22 14
5 White 7555 OOG -1 4 4 5 7 20 16
6 Strain 187162 ROOG -2 6 7 4 8 25 17
7 Allan OOG ROOG -2 8 11 6 4 29 21
8 Jarvis 288 NDOG -3 9 5 12 11 37 25
9 Slaney 9P ROOG -2 5 9 10 10 34 26
10 Moes 5183 OOG -1 10 9 10 5 34 30
11 Ballantyne 1218 OOG -1 11 10 11 DNF 45 41
12 Kate 1 OGIT 3 7 12 7 10 36 48
Number of Races = 4
LIGHTNINGS
1 Smith Martini 2 1 2 1 6*
2 Cote Azzuro 1 2 1 2 6
* tie-breaker

A big thank you goes out to the hard working race committee. Michael Shepard on flags, OM Ron Mackenzie on the horn, and Chris Sanderson in the mark set boat. None of them are admitting who missed the Sesame Street episode sponsored by the Number 4. And a special thank you to Jean Panepinto for supplying the action photos.

And In breaking the news, the CFL was DFL.