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J/70 Wins PHRF Division at Big Daddy Regatta

Richmond Yacht Club in Richmond, CA every spring hosts the Big Daddy Regatta. On Saturday, the various PHRF handicap and one-design fleets enjoy up to three quick windward-leeward races. Then, on Sunday the pursuit race takes place with the smallest/slowest boats starting first in the morning and the fastest boats […]

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Fun Weekend at the Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta St. Petersburg

First-time St. Petersburg NOOD skipper David Jannetti won top honors in the J/70 fleet. With a 1-5 scoreline Sunday, Jannetti and his teammates on Very Odd cemented their lead. While they finished fifth in the final race, Jannetti said it was the result of a strategic decision to ensure no […]

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Jay Golison Tops SCYA J/70 Midwinter Regatta

The annual Southern California Yachting Association J/70 Midwinter Regatta took place in what will be the site for the 2020 J/70 World Championship this summer. Sixteen J/70s sailed off Marina del Rey, hosted by California Yacht Club. The Cal YC PRO managed to get three races completed the first day […]

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Weak Winds at Bacardi Winter Series #2

After a big blow in the Bacardi Winter Series Event One in December, light air skills were tested at Event Number Two on January 25-26 in Miami, FL. With 25 teams in the J/70 fleet, six races were completed in very light northerly and northeasterly breezes. Oivind Lorentzen and his […]

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Jack Franco’s 3 Ball JT Wins Second Weekend of Davis Island J/70 Winter Series / Brian Keane’s Savasana Leads Series

Fifty-three J/70 teams savored spectacular conditions on Tampa Bay for the middle part of the 2019-2020 J/70 Winter Series at Davis Island Yacht Club in Tampa, Florida. Jack Franco’s 3 Ball JT, with crew Bill Hardesty, Alec Anderson and Rob Lindley, ruled the six races, posting five bullets and an […]

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Bacardi Invitational Winter Series in Miami Weekend 1

The wind machine from Saturday shut off, and sailors went out to the racecourse under motor for the second day of the Bacardi Invitational Winter Series in Miami weekend one. Carol Ewing and her Race Committee were not optimistic for breeze above five knots, so the first race went off […]

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