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Team Furio Wins Worlds 2019!!!

Posted by on Nov 4, 2019 in Articles, Regattas | Comments Off on Team Furio Wins Worlds 2019!!!

Team Furio’s Keith Whittemore, Shelby Milne, Willem Van Waay, Mark Rodgers, and Brian Thomas won the 2019 Worlds in convincing fashion. Besting 78 other teams in all conditions in Miami, the team averaged 5.5 points/race to dominate a fleet that included five past world champions. Photo credit: photoboat.com Stay tuned for the inside scoop, and in the mean time, be proud of this team and our fleet and check out the following recap articles and pics. Sail-World Interview with Keith:https://www.sail-world.com/news/223783/Keith-Whittemore-on-winning-the-2019-J-24-Worlds...

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J/24 Speed Clinic with Mike Ingham

Posted by on Aug 3, 2019 in Tuning | Comments Off on J/24 Speed Clinic with Mike Ingham

Mike Ingham visited Seattle in mid-July and ran a J/24 tuning clinic to help us all get the most out of our J/24s. Notes from Carl Sheath and the crew of Tremendous Slouch are shared below. Thanks to Keith Whittemore for organizing the event and CYC for hosting a Saturday evening chalk talk that was open to all members. Below are Carl and Team Slouch’s notes: J24 Tuning/Coaching Clinic with Mike Ingham. Friday 7/12 – Sunday 7/14 Main Topics: Rig Tune and Mast Butt PositionLight Air PerformanceCrew Weight Positioning Rig Tune and Mast Butt Position: The goal was to...

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2018 Italian Nationals Regatta Results

Posted by on Jun 12, 2018 in Articles | Comments Off on 2018 Italian Nationals Regatta Results

Risultati Finali 38° Campionato Italiano J24 (1)

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Harry Dursch’s tips for sailing on Lake Washington

Posted by on Jul 16, 2017 in Area Knowledge, Articles | Comments Off on Harry Dursch’s tips for sailing on Lake Washington

Harry’s talk

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Interim Arbitration Process

Posted by on Aug 17, 2014 in Racing Instructions | Comments Off on Interim Arbitration Process

J/24 Fleet 26 Tuesday Night Arbitration Process (Interim rule 8-14-2104) 1)    Protesting party must fly the protest flag, and must notify the other competitor per Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS) # 61.1 2)    Protesting party must notify the race committee at the end of the race when the incident happens 3)    Parties have the right to a formal protest or go through the J24 Fleet 26 arbitration process.  However – if there is damage done, then the Fleet arbitration process is not binding and a formal protest must be done 4)    Each party will be given 3 minutes to tell their...

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