The regatta awarded prizes to the top six overall, the top three women, the top three juniors and the top 'grand master'. I felt very fast and organized out there and didn't make any mistakes. The winners seemed to have some sixth sense to know where that next puff and shift was coming from. Florida with 5 points. The left, heading up into the northerly.
Three of the top six overall winners were juniors so there is a good crop of young sailors on the rise. The winners seemed to have some sixth sense to know where that next puff and shift was coming from. Results are posted at www. This was great training for the Kona Worlds next week back home in Clearwater. I totally would support that. This was not an easy regatta weather-wise. It was truly a fine regatta and thanks to our Kona Beer sponsor, a party broke out after racing each day. Men, women, masters and under 18's sail in one large fleet in different weight divisions designated by sail color from Yellow for light to Orange for heavy. He challenged the top sailors all weekend and showed international level skills on a shifty course. You could have a giant regatta here. Florida with 5 points. Being a champion is amazing. Pace complimented the juniors saying thet juniors are basically everyone younger then himself, "And that's difficult because they won, most of them beat most of us. I felt very fast and organized out there and didn't make any mistakes. Alex Tempo who crossed the finish line in the final race with a big thumbs up. Downwind legs were a little tricky, pretty puffy so I was trying to stay in the puffs as much as possible to make it fast around the course. Pace commented that the conditions were challenging, "We had people who ripped their hands, some juniors who couldn't handle the tough wind and waves. Challenging conditions continued Sunday where Saturday racing left off. Eight of the sailors who raced the first day decided to stay on the beach Sunday morning. Maverick Putnum, who is 14, was fifth overall. Billy Mason of Panama City, Florida and regatta chairman Tom Pace were knotted at 20 points, but the tie breaker went to Mason who scored a lower place second in race four. The top masters prize went to Joe Sisson of Tallahassee, age undisclosed, while Alex Temko as an under 18 sailor and as overall winner took the Top Junior prize. Temko scored five bullets and dropped a duce for a net total of five points. The regatta awarded prizes to the top six overall, the top three women, the top three juniors and the top 'grand master'. One surfer would go flying by hard on a 17 knot wind while feet away another was plodding through the 2 foot chop looking for something new.
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