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26 June 2002, 12:02 pm
Results After Day Two of Racing
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US Sailing Youth Championship

The conditions were sunny, 80 degrees, 9 knot westerly building to 12-14. This morning’s briefing featured lots of great door prizes from Extrasport PFDs to Kaenon sunglasses. The group photo of all competitors was taken before they headed out.

The fog cleared early today giving way to a 9-knot westerly that built to 12-14 knots by the second and third races much to the delight to some of the heavy-air sailors. Winds were steadier and the swells were bigger, especially on the doublehanded course that is set further from shore.

Frank Tybor and Jeffrey Boyd made up for yesterday's mistake with three bullets today. They dominated the Club 420 fleet with superior boatspeed. Zack Brown and Melanie Roberts proved they could sail heavy as well as light air by holding on to second place with finishes of 13-2-13. Adam Roberts and Anna Brun moved up to third with a 6-7-7. With six races now complete for all four fleets, a throwout race is now allowed.

In the 470 fleet, the race is for second place. Locals Mikee Anderson-Mitterling and Graham Biehl won all three races again today. Three teams are fighting for second, all within one point of each other - Chuck Ullman/Jon Bell with 14 points, Genny Tulloch/Lindsey Duda with 15 points and Jimmy Praley/Jimmy Attridge with 15 points. Stay tuned to this close race.

Molly Carapiet continued to dominate the Europe fleet with three aces. Emily Hill moved ahead of her sister, Charlotte, with three seconds.

In the hotly contested Laser fleet, Andrew Campbell moved into first place in spite of an OCS (over early at the start) in race 6. It wasn't easy for Campbell who had to fight his way through the fleet in each race. In the first race of the day, he fought back from 6th place. He dragged raced his friend and tuning partner, Clay Johnson, on the final reach to the finish, narrowly beating him for first. Campbell battled back from 9th to first in the second race of the day. He is tied in points with Clay's brother, Reed Campbell. They have 14 points each - Campbell wins the tiebreaker because he has more first place finishes (2). But, Campbell cannot make any more mistakes - he has already sailed his throwout race. Tomorrow will be an important day for the Laser leaders.

After racing, sailors were surprised by a visit from Roy Disney, a very accomplished sailor in his own right. His yacht "Pyewacket" recently won the Newport to Bermuda Race. The Walt Disney contribution to this event has "raised the bar" to a new level.

Tonight is a free night for competitors to spend with their host families. Five more races remain with three scheduled for tomorrow. Lots of close contests are yet to be determined.

Results After Day Two of Racing

Europe

Place Skipper Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 Total
1 Molly Carapiet 1 1 -2 1 1 1 5
2 Emily Hill -6 2 4 2 2 2 12
3 Charlotte Hill 3 3 1 4 -6 6 17

Laser

Place Skipper Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 Total
1 Andrew Campbell 3 7 2 1 1 - 49 ocs 14
2 Reed Johnson 2 2 1 3 -12 6 14
3 Clay Johnson 4 6 -9 2 5 1 18

420

Place Skipper Crew Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 Total
1 Frank Tybor Jeffrey Boyd - 45 raf 2 2 1 1 1 7
2 Zachary Brown Melanie Roberts 1 1 1 -13 2 13 18
3 Adam Roberts Anna Brun - 45 raf 5 5 6 7 7 30

470

Place Skipper Crew Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 Total
1 Mike Anderson-Mitterling Graham Biehl -1 1 1 1 1 1 5
2 Chuck Ullman Jon Bell 3 3 -4 3 3 2 14
3 Genevieve Tulloch Lindsey Duda 2 -5 5 2 2 4 15
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