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19 May 2004, 09:37 am
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J/22 World Championship
Annapolis, Maryland

Yesterday competitors were welcomed to Annapolis by 8-12 knots of breeze from 190-200 deg. with a strong upwind flowing current. Six races were run amongst two fleets in the round robin format.
Former Finn veteran and J-105 sailer Alec CUTLER leads the fleet of 130 teams followed closely by Dave Van CLEEF of VC Performance Rigging Fame.

Three more sets of races are scheduled for Wednesday with a less than stellar forecast. None the less, competitors were treated to the music of Papa Fresh in the "All-American Night" sponsored by Bacardi, Harken, McLube and North Sails. Everyone had a great time and dodged the rain bullet as thunderstorms raged in the distance.

Overall Top Ten

Pos Nation Boat Skipper R1 R2 R3 Total
1 USA Legally Blonde Alec Cutler 5 2 3 10.00
2 USA Team VC Performance Rigging David Van Cleef 6 1 4 11.00
3 NED Nile Dutch Africa Line John den Engelsman 3 9 1 13.00
4 USA Matt Beck / Beck 5 3 5 13.00
5 USA Margo Terry Flynn 1 12 1 14.00
6 USA Genesta Kelson Elam 12 1 4 17.00
7 USA Old School 865 Lars Hansen 2 15 2 19.00
8 USA USA 1464 Scott Nixon 4 2 15 21.00
9 USA USA 1546 John Bertrand 3 8 12 23.00
10 USA Wayne Pignolet 8 4 13 25.00
Event Media (As Amended By ISAF News Editor)
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