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24 May 2004, 09:11 am
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J/22 World Championship
Annapolis, MAryland

The huge, 130-boat J/22 World Championship was won over the weekend by local sailors Alec CUTLER, Max SKELLY and Paul MURPHY (USA), but it was a close battle with John Van ENGELSMAN (NED).
Racing varied in conditions that ranged from 4-14 knots across the six race regatta and Cutler eventually won, without winning a race, by finishing eighth in the final race as 2003 champion Van Engelsman failed to finish.

In the Silver Fleet, Nick CROMWELL defeated Will CRUMP to take the 65 boat silver fleet.

With 130 teams split between Gold and Silver fleets, this marks the largest gathering of J/22s ever. An army of over 100 volunteers worked diligently all week to provide some of the smoothest registration, measurement, and race management.

Full results and photos are available on the event website at the address below.

Overall Top Ten

Pos Nation Skipper R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 Total
1 USA Alec Cutler 5 2 3 4 [33] 8 10 8 40.00
2 NED John den Engelsman 3 9 1 3 7 18 1 [65/ DNF] 42.00
3 USA David Van Cleef 6 1 4 20 6 [29] 7 17 61.00
4 USA Henry Filter 4 13 16 5 2 24 [56] 3 67.00
5 USA Scott Nixon 4 2 15 11 17 7 18 [44] 74.00
6 USA Greg Fisher 1 14 16 15 ZFP 26 3 [38] 5 80.00
7 USA Matt Beck 5 3 5 19/ ZFP 8 [28] 17 25 82.00
8 USA Marvin Beckmann 27 5 8 [58] 3 16 15 21 95.00
9 USA Terry Flynn 1 12 1 33 11 10 30 [45] 98.00
10 USA Terry Foster 23 5 3 [53] 16 19 13 19 98.00
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