Friday, October 14, 2011

Check Out The New LISOT Facebook Page

The best way to keep up with LISOT is our new Facebook page.



Be sure to "like" this new page so you receive posting notifications. 


The old page will not be deleted, but since Facebook does not permit transfer of "friends" from the old page to the new page, you need to "like" the new page in order to keep receiving updates.



Friday, July 8, 2011

Congratulations to LISOTs Russell Clarida - North American Optimist Champion!

The 2011 IODA North American Continental Championships came to a close this past Wednesday in Cabrillo Beach, CA.  


After 13 days of practice, sailing, and hotel-hijinx, the LISOT sailors had a successful overall regatta.  


Congratulations to Russell Clarida, who once again showed that he has the talent to stay on top and was crowned the 2011 North American Champion.  (It was too bad he had to miss the ceremony and catch his flight!)  


And two LISOT sailors - Jack Parkin and Will Logue -  were part of USA 2 who won the 2011 North American Team Race Championship!  Congrats to  Jack and Will and Team USA 2 teammates Alie Toppa, Richard Schuurmans, and Wiley Rogers.) 


 The Port of Los Angeles did not disappoint in the wind category either.  Breeze was fairly consistent throughout all the days of the regatta, with 15-20 knots and lots of waves!  

CBYC  did the best job they could to put on the event and I'm sure that the Crowne Plaza did not shed tears when the 187 sailors departed on the 7th.  (Who knew you could transfer shampoo bottles from floor-to-floor OUTSIDE your room window??)  

Part of the LISOT team got to show their talent in the water in other ways as well.  Augie, Jack, Will, Audrey and Jared took some time out to catch some waves in Hermosa Beach on the 4th of July.

PLEASE check out the 2011 OptiNAM Team USA Blog for photos and daily reports!  Also, check out the videos posted from each day of racing, as well as the final ceremony!  Plus Dave Hein and Davis Gaynes have slideshows of sailing pictures that were posted to the blog as well!

Overall LISOT results:

3rd (and OptiNAM Champion) - Russell Clarida (1 race win!)
9th - Will Logue
12th - Ty Ingram (3 race wins!!)
18th - Jack Parkin
22th -  Flo EVD (1 race win!)
44th - Augie Dale
48th -  KB Knapp
55th -  Audrey Giblin
71th - Jared Gaynes
 

Written by Robin Dale

Monday, May 9, 2011

2011 Team Trials Final Report. Congrats to Russell Clarida for Making Worlds!

By Robin Dale

2011 Team Trials, hosted by the San Francisco Yacht Club, was a great and windy success!  LISOT sent 23 sailors out to race in the Berkley Circle in the windiest Team Trial regatta since 2005 in Annapolis.

Congratulations to Russell Clarida (right), who qualified for the Worlds Team by finishing second overall with four impressive race wins. And for the sixth time in the past eight years LISOT will be represented on the World Team. Congratulations also to Audrey Giblin who was the 2nd girl overall (LISOT has had the #1 or #2 girl at Team Trials for the past seven years straight!).

The four-day practice before the event enabled our sailors’ to become familiar with the venue, and gave them a chance to sail around Alcatraz and underneath the Golden Gate.  Experiences they will not soon forget!  In the meantime, LISOT parents organized, watered, gassed, and fed the hungry crew.  Awesome LISOT coaches Pepe Bettini, Pablo “Panic” Panichelli and Fernando Gwozdz led the group of talented sailors by day, and enjoyed competitive rounds of PlayStation soccer by night!

The entire SFYC team, PRO and USODA ran a top-notch event.  It was clear from the Day 1 skippers’ meeting that the race committee and jury were serious about racing clean.  The sailors’ were told succinctly that the on-the-water jury would be closely scrutinizing the sailors from start to finish.  In turn, the yellow flags were flying throughout the event and had significant impact on sailors’ overall results.

The weather cooperated and even though the water was a chilly 48 degrees, the daytime temps were way above normal on land.  Sailors had to dress accordingly, as the cove near the yacht club was a significant 20 degrees warmer than it was out on the racecourse.  Twelve races were sailed, and after a “light air” – as the Californians referred to it – Day 1 of 12-14 knots, San Francisco Bay kicked up some wind and the remaining three days were sailed in steady 20 – 25 knot breeze, with gusts on Day 3 topping out at 30+ and 4-5 foot rolling swells.

Last, but not least, a big hand has to go to Megan and Mr. John Logue for tirelessly making sure that everything ran smoothly.

Congratulations to all of our sailors.  Many of whom will have the chance to travel internationally this summer and represent LISOT on Team USA around the world.  Also, in the next few days, the US National Team will be announced and no doubt there will be many LISOT sailors invited to join.

LISOT Final Results (for full results, click here)

2.    Russell Clarida       (60 points)
13.  Jack Parkin           (109)
18.  Audrey Giblin        (126) – 2nd girl
19.  Augie Dale            (127)
22.  KB Knapp              (133)
23.  Will Logue            (134)
27.  Florian EVD           (150)
36.  Jared Gaynes        (182)
39.  Ty Ingram             (201)
57.  Sean Walsh           (281)
65.  Matt Kaplan           (312)
67.  Richie Gordon       (314)
68.  Henry Fernberger   (314)
78.  Taylor Gavula        (355)
80.  James Westerberg (360)
92.  Matt Logue            (405)
121. Charlotte LeClue   (530)
140. Henry Chapman     (624)
148. Cooper Yeager      (642) – With an impressive Race 1 WIN!!
153. Michael Munger     (656)
156. Chris Keller          (685)


LISOT Sailors Report on Their Holland Regatta Experience

by Meg Gerli

Four LISOT sailors Matt Logue, Cooper Yeager, Charlotte Leclue and I (Meg Gerli) along with 20 other sailors from all over the country traveled to the Brassemermeer, Netherlands to represent the United States in the 2011 Magic Marine Easter Regatta. 

After hearing about past conditions from last years Easter Regatta, the U.S. team was expecting cold weather and heavy winds. We all packed our dry suits and heavy weather gear, but ended up being able to sail in long pants and under armor. Over the course of nine days, there was a high temperature of 79 degrees and a low of 64.  We all returned home with glowing sunglass tans!

After four days of practice and a lay day, we were anxious for the regatta to begin. There were over 240 sailors from over 10 different countries competing in the regatta. With a late start on Friday, we got off two races in the afternoon.  The race committee went directly to Black Flags in some cases but none of us had been affected so farAlthough many of us struggled with the shifty wind conditions of the lake, we all stayed confident and rested up for another competitive day of racing to come. 

On Easter Sunday, the wind conditions were too light for racing, so we were postponed on shore. This free time gave us a chance to socialize with the sailors from other countries. We even, gathered in a big group and sang songs, like Yellow Submarine! 


At around 4:30 the sea breeze filled in and the three fleets were each able to compete in one race. After day 3, the sailors were divided into gold, silver and bronze based on scores from the first 6 races. 

The U.S. had 6 sailors in gold, 12 in silver and 6 in bronze (final results). There were two races on the last day with the U.S. team bringing home 4 glass eggs (the trophies) - three in silver and one in bronze.  On the last day, after swapping gear with all of the international competitors, we enjoyed a delicious team dinner at a wonderful gate house called Portal.

Throughout the course of our time in the Netherlands we had multiple team dinners, went go carting, and had a lay day. On our lay day the team traveled by bus to Amsterdam. On our way we stopped at a clog factory, cheese factory and visited an antique windmill.  Each sailor chose a clog and one of the mothers kindly offered to paint the Netherlands flag and 2011 Magic Marine Easter Regatta on each one.  Later, we took turns signing each other’s clog to keep as a memorabilia of our trip.  

While in Amsterdam we went on a bus tour of the city and a boat trip in the canal, visited Ann Franks house and finished up with two hours of free time to shop and explore.

Our coaches, Juan Carlos, from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Nico Winogard, from San Francisco, CA, and Justine OConnor, from Miami, FL were amazing. They gave each and every one of us good pointers on how to understand the wind shifts on a lake and always made sure we were staying hydrated! After every day the coaches would schedule a meeting were would talk about the conditions from that day. 

Over the course of our trip, every sailor got along with one another and at our final team dinner we all exchanged numbers and emails to keep in touch.  

We thanked our parents for taking us on this long journey, as we know that without their support we would have never realized this wonderful opportunity.  Personally, for me this is a memory I will never forget. 

I cant think of a better way to finish my days of opti sailing!

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

VanDuyne C420 & i420 Clinic will be at American YC - May 28-30.

The 2011 Carl VanDuyne Memorial High Performance C420 and i420 Clinic will again be hosted by American Yacht Club over Memorial Day weekend (May 28, 29, 30).

This clinic, held in C420s and i420s, is intended for experienced racing sailors age 15-19 years old who have demonstrated success in either boat and are committed to competing at the national and international level.

This will be an intense, high-level clinic for advanced sailors. Training session will be run by experienced Olympic and World Championship level coaches.

The clinic program will consist of morning physical training, shore discussions and on-the-water training covering rigging, tuning, tactics, boat handling, sail trimming and boat speed. The clinic will extend into the evening with chalk talks and rules discussions.  Sailors should bring running shoes and clothing suitable for physical fitness.

Sailors should be in good physical shape and must be able manage long days in potentially chilly and windy weather.

Space is limited to 12 I420s and 15 C420s.

Sailors need to bring their own boats, sails and equipment. A small number of C420 charters may be available (for an additional fee).

Clinic fees and the coaching roster will be posted shortly (consistent with past LISOT clinics).

Travel and Housing
Sailors should fly into LGA (or JFK or EWR). Sailors will need to be able to fly as adults and must be capable of independent travel. Teams should arrange to arrive and set up their boats on Friday afternoon/evening, May 27. Late arrival after Saturday morning, or early departure is strongly discouraged. The clinic will conclude Monday, Memorial Day, by 1600 hours, with time to pack up and/or catch evening flights to West coast.

Housing may be available for out-of-town sailors, upon request.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Good luck to all of our Opti sailors leaving for International Regattas


Congratulations and good luck to all of our LISOT sailors leaving for International Events in the next couple days! Have a great time and see you @ Team Trials in SFYC.
IODA South Americans - Algarrobo, Chile
  • Russell Clarida
  • Audrey Giblin
  • Matt Kaplan
  • KB Knapp
  • Will Logue
  • Jack Parkin
  • Adele Whitmyer
Laka Garda Optimist Meeting - Riva del Garda, Italy
  • Florian Eenkema van Dijk
  • Drew Gallagher
  • Jared Gaynes
  • Richie Gordon
  • Clayton Johnston
  • Sean Walsh
  • James Westerberg
Magic Marine Easter Regatta - Braassermermeer, Roelofarendsveen, Netherlands
  • Meg Gerli
  • Charlotte LeClue
  • Matt Logue
  • Cooper Yeager

Congrats to LISOT i420 sailors named to Team USA for 2011 Euros and Jr. Euros

Congratulations to the i420 sailors, all of which are current or former LISOT sailors, who have been named to Team USA for the 2011 Europeans and Jr. Europeans. 


2011 Europeans - Tavira, Portugal - July 20-29, 2011
Womens
Grapengerter-Rudnick / Atwood
Taselaar / Liggins
Williams / Blumenthal

Mens
Eenkema van Dijk / McDonough
Dorr / Lyons
Koeppel / Gallagher
O’Leary / Schneider
Robinson / MacDonald 


2011 Jr Europeans - Nieuwpoort, Belgium - August 7-15, 2011
Gallagher / Gallagher
Gerli / Bocklet
Grapengerter-Rudnick / Atwood
Robinson / Cyr
Ullmann / Corke

Monday, February 28, 2011

Preliminary LISOT 420 Spring and Summer Schedule

Here's the tentative schedule for spring and summer C420 and I420 sailing.

LISOT 420s 2011 Plans (as of 3.1.11)
As a reminder, events that are confirmed are posted on lisot.org for sign up.

Some of the events on this tentative calendar are not LISOT coached events (such as the Brooke Gonzalez Clinic or the US Sailing Championships).

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

LISOT 2011 Winter/Spring Parent Meeting - Feb 27, 10am @ Beach Point Club

The 2011 Winter/Spring parents meeting will be:

Date: Sunday, February 27
Time: 10am-noon
Location: Beach Point Club
Address: 900 Rushmore Avenue, Mamaroneck, NY 10543
RSVP: On Facebook click here (not required)

Come hear about all the 2010 plans for Opti, C420, i420, Laser Radial, Laser Full Rig, and 29er.

There will be lots of opportunity for Q&A

Monday, January 24, 2011

Team LISOT Takes Gold at the Opti Team Race Midwinters Championship



Team LISOT Black Wins 2011 Opti Team Race Midwinters Championship

After three days of intense competition, involving 19 teams from all over the United States, Team LISOT "Black" (consisting of Jack Parkin, Will Logue, Drew Gallagher and Ty Ingram) emerged the winner of the 2011 Team Race Midwinters Championship.

The team won all races except one and never gave up it's lead position.

Conditions at the event, hosted this year by the US Sailing Center at Jensen Beach FL, ranged from light to moderate shifty breeze with light chop in earlier rounds of competition ....to sustained heavy wind with gusts and moderate chop during the final day or races. The Race Committee did a great job in getting all the rounds in all the different conditions.

All three LISOT teams competing in the event, qualified for the Gold Division. Team LISOT "Blue" represented by Sean Walsh, Matt Kaplan, Audrey Giblin and Russell Clarida) finished 4th overall, coming close to tying for second. Team LISOT "Red" (consisting of Matt Logue, Cooper Yeager, Richie Gordon and Florian Eenkema van Dijk), proved to be formidable competition in Round 3 and finished in 9th place overall.

Congratulations to Coach Pepe, just back from 29er Worlds, for leading the three LISOT teams to such great success.

As champions, Team LISOT Black and second place LYC 1 received the invitation of the USODA to represent the US this coming May, in the 25th annual Marco Rizzotti European Team Race Championship in Venice, Italy.


Tuesday, January 18, 2011

LISOT's Near Sweep in I420s at Youth World Qualifier

Congratulations to Reinier EVD/Spencer McDonough on taking the Gold and becoming the Team USA boat in the men's 420 class at the 2011 Youth Worlds in Croatia this July.  It was an all-LISOT podium with Graham Landy/Colin Murphy taking the Silver, and Markus Edegran/Nick Gallagher the Bronze in I420 mens fleet.

(I420 Men's winners - l. to r. Colin, Graham, Spencer, Reinier, Markus, Nick)
In the women's I420 LISOT took home both the Silver (Olivia Crane/Fiona Walsh) and Bronze (Megan Grapengeter-Rudnick/Samantha Robinson). And Andrew and Matthew Mollerus took the Bronze Medal in the 29er.

(I420 Women winners -  l to r: Fiona, Olivia, Morgan, Christina, Samantha, Megan)
The 3 day, 10-race regatta was hosted by Houston YC over MLK weekend and saw mainly light to moderate conditions with fairly constant wind on the first two days, and more shifts on the final day. The I420 men and women sailed together in the same fleet even though the top boat from each qualifies to attend the Youth Worlds.

Reinier and Spencer, just back from the I420 Worlds in Argentina, were on fire from the first race, taking 3 bullets and throwing out a 6. Graham Landy/Colin Murphy fought hard and came on strong with bullets in the last two races.

(29er winners -  r to l, Andrew & Matthew Mollerus) 
In the women's I420 Olivia/Fiona faced off with Morgan Kiss/Christina Lewis for the top spot with Morgan taking the Gold. Olivia/Fiona took the silver and Megan/Samantha, also just back from the Worlds, took the Bronze.

Steve Keen had his hands full coaching Team LISOT, whch represented a full 70% of the I420 fleet!

In the 29er Andrew and Matthew Mollerus took the Bronze medal , coached by Macros Llamas, and were the only east coast boat in that fleet.

Ryan Schmitz was the lone LISOT sailor in the radial and was doing well until he broke a mast half-way thru Day 2, which results in a DNF and DNS. With a BFD in race 10, he finished 18th.



Thursday, January 6, 2011

I420 Worlds - Final Report

After 6 days of racing, 3 days of training, a lay day, and no broken Team USA masts (there, I can say it now without jinxing anything), the 2011 420 Worlds are over. 


Team USA/LISOT had a blast and learned an incredible amount. And all the sailors realized just how much experience they've gained for their next worlds (yes, they're all psyched for Austria in the summer of 2012), the new friends they've made and the fun they had as a team.


It was a young team, and for 5 of the 6 sailors, their first 420 Worlds.


(l. to r. - Claudia, Reinier, Megan, Caroline, Spencer, Amanda, Coach Dave)


Claudia/Amanda finished 27th, Megan/Caroline 29th and Reinier/Spencer were 45th.  Final results

Team USA coach Dave Hughes did an outstanding job. The sailors really got both a regatta and a clinic at the same time (usually it's nearly impossible for coaches to work on much in the way of boat handling and technique during a major regatta). But the conditions and the timing worked well and Dave knew just how to work with the 3 teams.

ARG won the Men/Open division, and GBR won the ladies championship. GBR won the team award.

The prize giving party was typical 420 fun - with the 4 Team USA girls getting back from the post awards party in the wee hours of the morning. Reinier and Spencer caught a flight right after racing ended and were probably back in school by the time the girls got back to the hotel!

So that about wraps it up from here in BA.  Still sunny. Still 90-95. But not so windy.

There are lots of pictures and event blogs:




Monday, January 3, 2011

I420 Worlds - Day 4 update

Let's play 420 Worlds Jeopardy.

We'll take equipment for $1000, Alex.

The Jeopardy answer is: 32

And the question.....
Contestant #1: What was today's top windspeed? (buzzz - wrong - it was only 20-25 knots).
Contestant #2: How many boats didn't finish the last race today? (buzzz - wrong - it was only about 15)
Contestant #3:  How many masts have broken since the regatta started. (ding, ding, correct)!

Yup - about 1/3 of the fleet has broken a mast (actually some boats have broken 2, so 1/3 is just an average).

And through it all, Team USA/LISOT had another fun day as the 20+ knot southeasterly just kept blowing.

Tight reach finishes are not for the faint of heart.
(yes, that's Caroline on the wire. And yes, they finished without incident. Just barely.)
Congrats to the Megan/Caroline who blew out their first spinnaker. And what a job they did... on a screaming reach to the finish of race 2. Shredded side-to-side across the foot. Of course, when the chute blew, it resulted in an flying capsize.


To their credit, they got the boat righted quickly and only lost 10 boats on that "maneuver"... Steve - glad you practiced for those situation :-). They crossed the finish line in 28th with the spinnaker streaming in bits and pieces behind the boat from the top of the mast. Claud and Amanda were just ahead of them, looking back and wondering "who on earth was sailing around the race course with their chute trailing behind like a flag?. Oh, wait. that's Meg/Caroline! Well, at least their mast is upright and straight!"

Reinier/Spencer had a slight altercation with the Italian starbord tacker. "Cross or tack", in 20 knots, in different languages didn't go so well. Reinier bore off so hard on port that spencer literally wiped out the Italian's leward shroud and down came their mast. Not unexpectedly, our guys lost that one in the room. But didn't loose their rig.

And as Warner Wolf used to say on TV... "nobody got hurt."


Claudia & Amanda smooth and cruising on the top reach.

Claudia and Amanda are sailing steady as she goes - and are in 23th place in the ladies fleet.

It was also a good karma day. The NZL girls snapped a mast yesterday and tore their mainsail in the process. Since it was at the loft getting repaired, we loaned them one of our back up mains and got the Kiwi girls out sailing today. Masts were so scarce that they had to take a bent one last night and straighten it.

Tonight the team had dinner with Panic - and the fun and laughter went on for quite a while.

Forecast for tomorrow.... just like today. Panic says this is very unusual wind... 'it's never really like this"... sure... that's what they always say ;-)


Some great pictures from yesterday by the Yacht Club Argentino (Capizzano left for the 29er worlds)


Sunday, January 2, 2011

I420 Worlds - Still howling after 3 days

"The Doctor" was in, the carnage widespread, and replacement masts are in very short supply.  And through it all the young Team USA held strong.

Megan & Caroline blasting up the starboard layline

The Rio de la Plata was really boiling again today - so much for the light air forecast - with the toughest conditions yet... 20-25 knot winds, 6 foot steep seas and the current ripping against the wind.

Claud and Amanda ready to round the top mark
For the 3rd day of racing, at least a half-dozen masts were history, and few mainsails and kites blown to bits. Some masts broke after being stuck in the mud, others snapped off at the bottom of a steep wave, and others on a screaming reach.

Reinier & Spencer powering upwind

Megan/Caroline had their best day of their regatta with an 8th place finish in race 6 - the windiest of the 3 races today. Reinier/Spencer and the Taselaar sisters also held tough in the extreme conditions. And no breakdowns for Team USA!

With such strong afternoon sea breezes, the RC has moved the starts 1 hour earlier to take advantage of the slightly lighter air - the breeze tends to be 10-12 around noon, and doesn't get cranking until around 3.

Provisional Results

YCA Website

Worlds 420 Facebook page

2010 LISOT Opti Orange Bowl - A Family Affair


Sailors and parents attending the 2010 annual Orange Bowl, hosted by Coral Reef Yacht Club, were geared more for the NE winter then the typical warm Southern Florida climate. OB 2010 started off cold – (record low of 39 degrees!) and windy. As the cold front that dumped snow from NE down to Nashville, TN, conditions on the Biscayne Bay turned warm and light with postponements that allowed kids to provide caroling entertainment for the spectators!. We heard reports from Miami from sightseers that there was breeze on South Beach but locals we spoke with are convinced that Biscayne Bay can have its’ own micro climate.


218 Optis sailed in the competitive Championship Fleet, and 49 in Green Fleet. LISOT Opti’s accounted for 33 of the entrants split between Championship and Green Fleet. Coaches Pepe, Panic and Amanda covered the Championship Fleet and Coach Maarten the Green Fleet.


Congratulations to this year’s winner Sean Brennan who sailed a very consistent series with no finish out of the top 10. LISOT had a very strong showing with 3 in the top 10 and 11 in the top 25 finishers.

Ty Ingram sailed a very strong regatta and was the top LISOT boat, finishing 4th overall and 3rd US sailor (with 1 bullet). Jack Parkin and Will Logue rounded out the top ten 5th and 7th.
Audrey Giblin was 2nd top girl and 11th overall. Alex DelBello was 5th top girl and 24th overall
In the Green Fleet Cameron Giblin was the top LISOTer in 7th place overall.



Conditions on the first day of the regatta were more like Long Island Sound in October with overnight temperatures in the low 40’s and gusty winds 15-20 knots.

Dry suits were in strong demand and several of our team dug them out of their bags, others layered up and donned their new LISOT wool ear flap caps {thank you Tory Cane – more about this in another e mail}. Temperatures made it up into the mid 50’s but close to 40 sailors retired due to the cold and windy conditions.

As the cold front went through the temperatures warmed and the wind died. The first 2 days saw 3 races a day, the 3rd with 1 race and racing was cancelled with no wind on the last day. Overall 7 races were sailed over 2 divisions resulting in 1 drop.

Almost 100 people including sailors, parents and siblings attended out team dinner, a testament that Orange Bowl has become a family affair with LISOT. Several families had children in 2-3 different fleets and boats participating.

  • Crane Family – Willie in Championship Fleet, Ian in Lasers and Olivia in I420’s Clarida - Russell in Championship Fleet and Mathew in Lasers
  • Delbello Family - Gabby –Green Fleet, Alex Championship Fleet and Daniel in Lasers
  • EVD Family - Flo in Championship Fleet and Coach Maarten
  • Kratzman Family - Sloane Championship Fleet and Reid in Lasers
  • Gerli Family – Patricia in Green Fleet, Meg in Championship Fleet and Jack in 420’s
  • Giblin Family – Cameron in Green Fleet and Audrey in Championship Fleet
  • Gordon Family – Neilson in Green Fleet, Richie in Championship Fleet and Isabelle in Lasers
  • Hughes Family - Haddon and Parker in Championship Fleet
  • Johnson Family – Clayton in Championship Fleet and Madeline in Lasers
  • Logue Family - Will and Matt in Championship Fleet
  • LeClue Family – Garrick in Green Fleet, Charlotte in Championship Fleet and Josh in Lasers
  • Walsh Family - Sean in Championship Fleet and Fiona in I420’s
  • Ullmann Family – Rhett in Championship Fleet and Hailey in 420’s.

Congratulations to all the 33 LISOT Opti sailors who spent a warmer holiday on Biscayne Bay than skiing in Vermont or digging out of the holiday blizzard up in the Northeast! Sincere thanks to Coral Reef Yacht Club, Race Committee and all the volunteers – especially those helping our kids and parents “splash” and retrieve boats!


LISOT RESULTS
Ty Ingram 4th
Jack Parkin 5th
Will Logue 7th
Audrey Giblin 11th
Drew Gallagher 15th
Clayton Johnson 16th
Russell Clarida 18th
Jared Gaynes 19th
Matt Kaplan 22nd
Alex Delbello 24th
Vladimir Estoup 25th
Adele Whitmyer 26th
Augie Dale 35th
Haddon Hughes 40th
Sean Walsh 48th
Parker Hughes 62nd
Florian EVD 68th
Micheal Munger 70th
Matt Logue 77th
Henry Fernberger 82nd
Richie Gordon 112th
Meg Gerli 115th
Charlotte LeClue 126th
Sloane Kratzman 188th
Kate Koppel 190th
Willie Crane 212nd


Green Fleet
Cameron Giblin 7th
Patricia Gerli 15th
Hayden Earl 26th
Gabby DelBello 29th
Garrick LeClue 36th
Nielson Gordon 37th