District 20  Regatta Report

Sun Mar 5th, 2006 through Fri Mar 10th, 2006

John Dane and Austin Sperry with Bacardi Trophy,. Photo by Jan Walker

John Dane and Austin Sperry with Bacardi Trophy,. Photo by Jan Walker

2006 Bacardi Cup

 

Overall results at bottom of page
Bacardi photos by Jan Walker, Regatta Active Images
George Szabo's reports in Scuttlebutt's blog

Sixth Race: Dane/Sperry win 2006 Bacardi Cup.
The father and son-in-law team of John Dane and crew Austin Sperry are the winners of the 2006 BACARDI Cup Star Class Regatta, one of the few Cuban-born sporting events to survive today in the United States.

The duo from Gulfport, Mississippi, finished fourth in the regatta’s final race today to assure them the overall victory with six points over Germany’s Marc Pickel and crew Ingo Borkowski, who finished second in the regatta’s final race and second in the overall standings. It is the first Trofeo Bacardi for both Dane and Sperry.

According to Race Committee Chairman Craig Prandini, Dane, 55, also is the first Master sailor to win the Bacardi Cup in its 79-year history.

France’s Xavier Rohart and crew Pascal Rambeau, the 2005 Star Class world champions and number-one-ranked Star tandem in the world, finished first today and fourth in the overall standings, while Bermuda’s Peter Bromby and crew Bill McNiven finished third today and take third overall.

In today’s action, Pickel started on the left side, while Bromby and Brazil’s Robert Scheidt, sailing with crew Bruno Prada and entering the day in third overall, began towards the middle of the line. Dane also sought to remain with the boats in the middle, but stayed well behind to avoid a black flag and consequently sailed to a slow start.

Pickel rounded the windward mark eight boats ahead of Dane and in the lead, but fell behind Rohart at the leeward mark. Dane, meanwhile, manufactured consistent gains on winds that were 10-15 miles per hour out of the southeast throughout the first two beats to round the leeward mark in fifth. Once behind Rohart, Pickel began protecting against Bromby and allowed Dane to gain several boat lengths on both boats.

“That was a bit of a break for us,” said Dane, who considers himself an amateur sailor despite an aggressive sailing schedule and training program in preparation for the 2008 Olympic trials. “Our strategy was to never lose sight of [Pickel and Bromby], but we couldn’t keep up with Pickel early on the left side. Once [Pickel] started covering Bromby, we had them both in our sights and knew we could win the regatta if we hung with them.”

Scheidt fell outside the top 20 at the leeward mark and was never in contention to win today’s race.

Dane and Sperry finish the regatta with two victories, a third, a fourth and a sixth place finish for a total of 15 points; they drop their 17th place finish on Wednesday. Sailors throw out their worst finish of the regatta, such that the teams’ best five races are used to determine the overall winner.

Fifth Race: Bermuda’s Peter Bromby Wins Pivotal Fifth Day
Two-time Bacardi Cup Champion Peter Bromby, sailing this week with crew Bill McNiven, of Bermuda won Thursday’s fifth race. Sailors dropped their worst finish in the official standings today, so the victory moves Bromby, who was black-flagged for an early start on day three, to fourth overall following the drop.

The in-law tandem of John Dane and Austin Sperry were the recipients of good fortune today, when a first start was scratched after the pin boat failed to hoist the flag marking the start of the race, and both race committee boats then raised conflicting individual and general recall flags. The duo from Gulfport, Mississippi, was over the starting line and would have been disqualified for an early start had it not been for the confusion that forced a restart.

Instead, their sixth place finish positions them solidly in first place overall entering the sixth and final race of the regatta, eight points ahead of their nearest threats, Marc Pickel and crew Ingo Borkowski of Germany. A black flag on day three also was the German duo’s only blemish, as they jumped the starting line along with 13 other teams.

Peter Bromby and Bill McNiven win 5th race
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Followed closely by Pickel and Borkowski, Bromby and McNiven got off to a strong start on today’s triangle course in wind gusts that topped 20 miles per hour out of the south. The two boats were first and second at every mark, with Bromby extending his lead on the reaches. Pickel came to within a boat length of Bromby on the final beat, but Bromby held off the charge to win by three boat lengths in winds that had slowed to 10 to 15 miles per hour. Pickel’s second place finish today moves him to second overall.

Americans Joseph Londrigan and crew David Giles finished third today and currently rest in 11th place, while Andy Horton and crew Brad Nichol finished fourth and rest in 15th overall.

The Brazilian team of Robert Scheidt and crew Bruno Prada finished 13th today and climb from fourth to third overall, while France’s Xavier Rohart and crew Pascal Rambeau, the 2005 Star Class World Champions and number-one-ranked Star tandem in the world, finished fifth and climb to fifth overall.

Fourth Race: In Laws Regain Overall Lead
The father and son-in-law tandem of John Dane and crew Austin Sperry, sailing out of Gulfport, Mississippi, won Wednesday’s fourth race. With many of the overall leaders faltering on day four, Dane and Sperry regain the overall lead heading into the final two races of the regatta. They had lost the overall lead yesterday with a 17th place finish, and hope to be able to drop that race in their quest for what would be the first Trofeo BACARDI for both sailors.

Sailors drop their worst finish of the regatta, such that the teams’ best five races will be used to determine the overall winner.

Dane and Sperry were among a large group of boats that elected to attack the left side of the course on today’s first run. Shifty 18-20 mile-per-hour winds and choppy waters carried the duo to an early lead rounding the windward mark.

Once out in front, Dane and Sperry leveraged strong winds again on the left side to build a commanding 10-boat-length lead at the second mark, substantially ahead of their nearest competitors, Poland’s Mateusz Kusznierewicz and crew Dominick Zycki, who finished fourth Wednesday and climb to third in the overall standings, and the Brazilian team of Robert Scheidt, who has dominated Laser Class sailing for more than a decade, and his crew Bruno Prada.

On the final run, the Brazilian team led a group of three boats to within two boat lengths of Dane and Sperry, and finished second, moving them to fourth overall. Three-time Olympian Jali Makila and crew Erkki Heinonen of Finland finished third as the Polish team dropped to a fourth place finish.

“We were on the right side yesterday, but the wind filled in on the left, so we missed the first shift and had to fight our way back from the middle of the fleet,” said Dane. “Today, we thought there would also be more breeze to the left and protected the left side of the course. Turns out that was the place to be in both velocity and direction.”

Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Mark Reynolds of San Diego and crew Christian Finnsgard, the overall leaders going into the fourth race, finished 27th today and fall to fifth overall, while the Portuguese team of Afonso Domingos and Bernardo Santos, the 2004 BACARDI Cup champions, finished 9th today and climb to second overall.

Third race: Seven-Time Bacardi Cup Champion Mark Reynolds Takes Overall Lead, 14 Boats Black Flagged for Early Starts
Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and Seven-Time Bacardi Cup Champion Mark Reynolds, sailing this week with Swedish crew Christian Finnsgard, took the overall lead at the 2006 Bacardi Cup Star Class Regatta with a 12th-place finish in Tuesday’s third race. Sailing out of San Diego, California, Reynolds currently shares his record seven Bacardi Cup titles with legendary Star sailor Ding Schoonmaker of Naples, Florida.

Andy Beadsworth and crew David Carr of Great Britain won Tuesday’s race, well ahead of second place finishers Xavier Rohart and crew Pascal Rambeau of France. With today’s performance and a third place finish on day two, Rohart and Rambeau, the 2005 Star World Champions and number-one ranked Star crew in the world, move from seventh to third in the overall standings. Joseph Londrigan and crew David Giles of Springfield, Illinois, finished less than a boat length behind Rohart in third today and move to 14th overall.

Andy Beadsworth and David Carr win 3rd race
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Reynolds holds a slim three-point lead in the overall standings, moving just ahead of John Dane and crew Austin Sperry, a father and son-in-law team that sails out of Gulfport, Mississippi. First overall after two races, Dane and Sperry drop to second overall, just one point ahead of Rohart and Rambeau.

A total of 14 boats were black flagged and disqualified Tuesday for early starts. The casualties included Marc Pickel and crew Ingo Borkowski of Germany and two-time Bacardi Cup Champion Peter Bromby and crew Bill McNiven, the overall third and fourth place teams respectively going into today’s race.

Tuesday’s race was sailed in winds that escalated from 15 to 25 knots out of the Northwest and followed a combination triangle and windward-leeward course on the waters of Biscayne Bay. The former Olympic-style course is not sailed regularly in the Stars, and the addition of two reach marks caught many of the sailors by surprise.

“We had to make special preparations at the last minute, but we were fortunate that we have the training to do those tough reaches,” said Finnsgard.

Sailing with very good speed, Beadsworth started in the middle of the fleet, as Dane and Reynolds led a large group that elected to attack the right side. After rounding the first mark in second, Beadsworth was successful in gauging wind shifts and found clear water to lead the fleet rounding the gybe and leeward marks. He lost most of his 10-boat-length when he was unable to leverage strong right-hand pressure on the final run, but held off a charging Rohart and Londrigan to the finish line.

“We ran the last half of the race very conservatively, taking the small opportunities,” said Beadsworth, a two-time Olympian, who began sailing Stars in January 2005.

“You need consistency, good speed and a little bit of luck to win this regatta,” he added. “The Bacardi Cup is rich in tradition with a list of past winners that is very illustrious. The competition and all that surrounds it attract more of the top sailors than even the World Championships. I would say you’re wrong to compare it to the Worlds.”

Defending Bacardi Cup Champions Mark Mendelblatt and crew Mark Strube finished eighth today and currently rest in ninth place overall. The 2004 Bacardi Cup Champions Afonso Domingos and crew Bernardo Santos of Portugal finished 10th Tuesday and are fourth overall.

Second race: Father and Son-in-Law Tandem of John Dane and Austin Sperry Take Overall Lead
The father and son-in-law tandem of John Dane and crew Austin Sperry, sailing out of Gulfport, Mississippi, won Monday’s second race on the waters of Biscayne Bay. With a third place finish in Sunday’s first race, today’s victory assures them the overall lead going into the third of six races in the regatta.

Dane and Sperry trailed Marc Pickel and crew Ingo Borkowski of Germany by about a boat length following the third and final mark of the double windward-leeward course. Both teams were several boat lengths ahead of their nearest competitors heading towards the finish line.

Dane elected to jibe starboard towards the finish in the hope of securing the better angle, while Pickel chose the more consistent, albeit conservative, approach of remaining on course. The move proved decisive for Dane and Sperry as they edged Pickel and Borkowski by less than a foot, according to race committee chairman Craig Prandini.

“We ran a pretty conservative race and listened to our coach, Larry Souter, who gave us a lot of very good weather input. He’s the reason we stayed competitive today,” said Dane, 54, a 2008 Olympic hopeful in the Star Class with crew Sperry, 27. “We sailed side by side with Pickel all the way down the final run, then jibed away towards the starboard end of the finish line because we thought that would be the better angle; we figured we didn’t have anything to lose since we had some space between us and the other boats. Pickel just didn’t jibe and got the slower angle,” Dane added.

Mark Reynolds and Christian Finnsgard
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San Diego’s Mark Reynolds, the two-time Olympic gold medalist who sails this week with Swedish crew Christian Finnsgard, finished fifth Monday and retains second place overall following his day one victory. Pickel and Borkowski rise to third overall, after finishing ninth on day one, while Bermuda’s Peter Bromby and crew Bill McNiven, sailing in their first regatta together in more than 20 years, move to fourth overall with finishes in fourth and seventh place on day one and day two respectively.

2005 Star World Champions Xavier Rohart and crew Pascal Rambeau of France finished third on consistent gains throughout the race and currently rank seventh overall.

Reynolds said he had a nice start but couldn’t figure out what the wind was doing. He said he was trying to keep up with Andy Horton and crew Brad Nichol who charged from the start and aggressively sailed the course leading all the way. Horton/Nichol did cross the finish line first only to find out they were black flagged at the start line along with six other boats.

First Race: Mark Reynolds Wins Day One at 2006 Bacardi Cup Regatta
Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and seven-time Bacardi Cup Champion Mark Reynolds of San Diego, California, sailing with crew Christian Finnsgard, finished first in day one of sailing Sunday at the 79th Bacardi Cup Star Class Regatta.

More than 90 teams representing 19 countries are competing in the six-day regatta that is widely regarded as one of the best and most competitive Star Class events in the world.

The duo of Reynolds and Finnsgard bested a fleet that included Peter Bromby, one of most acclaimed Bermudian sailors of all-time and a two-time Bacardi Cup champion; Erik Lidecis, a 2008 U.S. Olympic hopeful who sails out of Huntington Beach, California, and finished second Sunday with crew Michael Marzahl; and the 2005 Star World Champion and the ISAF’s top-ranked Star sailor Xavier Rohart of France.

Seventh after the first mark, Reynolds manufactured consistent gains throughout the race in winds that ranged from 10 to 15 knots out of the northeast with several empty pockets. He made the fourth mark just ahead of Lidecis and attacked the right side on the final run to take the lead. Lidecis chose the left side on all five runs and rounded each mark in the top five, but lost considerable distance to Reynolds on the final run.

“The fourth mark made it for me,” said Reynolds. “We decided to play the right side after that; and that’s where we made the big gains.”

“There are few opportunities in a fleet of this caliber,” said Miami’s Augie Diaz, the 2003 Rolex Yachtsman of the Year who finished 12th Sunday. “I don’t like hitting the edges like [Reynolds and Lidecis] did, but with a fleet this large, you have to be aggressive and they proved it.”


Star
Place Boat Skipper Crew Sail #: Fleet 1 2 3 4 5 6 Total
1 USA 8230   DANE John   Sperry Austin   8230   MoB   3.0 1.0 17.0 1.0 6.0 4.0 15
2 GER 8213   Pickel Marc   BORKOWSKI Ingo   8213   Brm   8.0 2.0 93.0 [BFD] 7.0 2.0 2.0 21
3 BER 8044   Bromby Peter   McNiven Bill   8044   ISOL   4.0 7.0 93.0 [BFD] 12.0 1.0 3.0 27
4 FRA 8107   Rohart Xavier   Rambeau Pascal   8107   NI   17.0 3.0 2.0 60.0 5.0 1.0 28
5 POL 8170   Kusznierewicz Mateusz   Zycki Dominik   8170   ISOL   6.0 25.0 6.0 4.0 14.0 11.0 [MAN, 11.0] 41
6 POR 8145   Domingos Afonso   Santos Bernardo   8145   CP   10.0 9.0 10.0 9.0 12.0 5.0 43
7 AUS 7836   Murray Iain   Palfrey Andrew   7836   LMac   5.0 28.0 9.0 8.0 7.0 16.0 45
8 USA 8238   LONDRIGAN Joseph   Giles David   8238   LS   48.0 13.0 3.0 22.0 3.0 6.0 47
9 BRA 8127   SCHEIDT ROBERT   PRADA BRUNO   8127   GuB   34.0 4.0 4.0 2.0 13.0 27.0 50
10 GBR 8025   Beadsworth Andy   Carr David   8025   SO   43.0 19.0 1.0 16.0 10.0 7.0 53
11 USA 8239   Reynolds Mark   Finnsgard Christian   8239   SDB   1.0 5.0 12.0 27.0 23.0 14.0 55
12 USA 8156   Horton Andy   Nichol Brad   8156   NB   22.0 93.0 [BFD] 13.0 13.0 4.0 8.0 60
13 USA 8222   Merriman Rick   Peters Rick   8222   SDB   7.0 10.0 15.0 31.0 11.0 19.0 62
14 USA 8157   Mendelblatt Mark   Strube Mark   8157   TaB   24.0 11.0 8.0 6.0 16.0 93.0 [BFD] 65
15 USA 8177   Anderson Karl   Liljedahl Magnus   8177   BH   9.0 16.0 93.0 [BFD] 5.0 8.0 30.0 68
16 USA 8045   Diaz Augie   Hatfield Bruce   8045   BisB   13.0 20.0 23.0 24.0 9.0 17.0 82
17 USA 8059   Vessella Peter   Hiatt Darrell   8059   WSFB   26.0 14.0 14.0 10.0 39.0 23.0 87
18 USA 8176   Lidecis Erik   Marzahl Michael   8176   NH   2.0 24.0 35.0 93.0 [DSQ] 22.0 9.0 92
19 USA 8077   Londrigan Tom   Pederson Matt   8077   LS   14.0 49.0 5.0 35.0 31.0 10.0 95
20 GER 7971   Stanjek Robert   Kleen Frithjof   7971   BF   18.0 15.0 93.0 [BFD] 23.0 18.0 21.0 95.0001
21 USA 8162   Macdonald Andy   Fatih Brian   8162   NH   19.0 30.0 18.0 93.0 [BFD] 19.0 15.0 101
22 USA 8168   VanderMolen Jim   Wolfs Mike   8168   GL   23.0 23.0 20.0 14.0 25.0 93.0 [DNF] 105
23 BAH 8236   Kelly Steven   Holowesko Bill   8236   N   32.0 18.0 16.0 17.0 42.0 25.0 108
24 USA 8195   Maccausland John   Zwingelberg Shane   8195   CR   29.0 33.0 93.0 [BFD] 15.0 20.0 12.0 109
25 USA 8131   Serinis Aaron   Schofield Bob   8131   MES   21.0 6.0 40.0 42.0 34.0 13.0 114
26 FIN 8094   MAKILA Jali   Heinonen Erkki   8094   FIN   55.0 39.0 11.0 3.0 15.0 93.0 [BFD] 123
27 USA 8215   Allen Bill   Lichter Brad   8215   WH   59.0 22.0 19.0 18.0 35.0 34.0 128
28 ARG 7907   MacGowan Fabian   ENGELHARD Federico   7907   OL   12.0 26.0 93.0 [BFD] 26.0 40.0 32.0 136
29 GER 7991   Miller Matthias   Voigt Manuel   7991   BF   15.0 41.0 93.0 [BFD] 47.0 17.0 33.0 153
30 USA 7515   Adams Ross   Hall Stewart   7515   WH   41.0 12.0 31.0 51.0 93.0 [DNF] 20.0 155
31 USA 8217   Gay Todd   Anderson Scott   8217   LS   45.0 35.0 27.0 34.0 37.0 28.0 161
32 NED 7753   Blees Marc   Van Der Heijden   7753   HOL   31.0 43.0 93.0 [DNF] 33.0 36.0 24.0 167
33 AUS 8234   CONDE Peter   HUNN Andrew   8234   Isol   11.0 93.0 [BFD] 7.0 38.0 21.0 93.0 [BFD] 170
34 USA 8072   Smith Doug   Moore Michael   8072   SBC   56.0 31.0 26.0 80.0 26.0 31.0 170
35 USA 7713   McChesney Peter   Amlong Paul   7713   AN   63.0 8.0 22.0 49.0 56.0 40.0 175
36 USA 8227   Vandermolen Tom   Jackson Dave   8227   GL   39.0 45.0 39.0 19.0 93.0 [DNS] 36.0 178
37 USA 8245   Vandermolen Jon   Belco Tc   8245   GL   36.0 36.0 93.0 [BFD] 41.0 43.0 29.0 185
38 SUI 8232   Dannesboe Henrik   Kaptourovitch Igor   8232   TB   40.0 38.0 93.0 [BFD] 37.0 24.0 52.0 191
39 SUI 7645   Wyss Daniel   Stegmeier Beat   7645   ZU   25.0 34.0 49.0 69.0 30.0 53.0 191
40 USA 7986   Perce Hyde   Nielson Chris   7986   WH.   68.0 29.0 93.0 [DNF] 30.0 38.0 26.0 191
41 GER 7876   LANDENBERGER Andrew   Eiremann Juergen   7876     16.0 42.0 37.0 72.0 57.0 41.0 193
42 USA 8043   Kohlhas Jock   Dolan Mark   8043   BisB   20.0 27.0 24.0 74.0 48.0 93.0 [BFD] 193
43 USA 7763   Hovey Bear   Dayton Lee   7763   Mid   33.0 52.0 21.0 50.0 60.0 39.0 195
44 USA 8153   Brown Steve   Peck Ralph   8153   LB   62.0 48.0 46.0 11.0 29.0 93.0 [DSQ] 196
45 GBR 7601   Hicks Michael   Hicks Patrick   7601   Sol   69.0 57.0 47.0 32.0 27.0 37.0 200
46 USA 8023   Kellerhouse Lee   Henehan Kyle   8023   SDB   30.0 32.0 42.0 75.0 50.0 49.0 203
47 CAN 8143   Cramer Brian   Bjorn Tyler   8143   LOC   47.0 21.0 93.0 [BFD] 25.0 93.0 [BFD] 22.0 208
48 USA 7995   Szabo George   Monroe Eric   7995   SDB   27.0 17.0 93.0 [DNF] 63.0 93.0 [BFD] 11.0 211
49 NED 8103   Bierman Guus   Skinner Duncan   8103   Med   44.0 46.0 25.0 56.0 93.0 [DNS] 42.0 213
50 USA 8231   Rowse Sam   Bowers Rob   8231   Sun   46.0 37.0 36.0 66.0 52.0 44.0 215
51 USA 8128   Bingham Julian   Cruthird Troy   8128   MoB   61.0 64.0 28.0 43.0 49.0 35.0 216
52 GER 7863   Meyer Klaus   Struve Dirk   7863   Brm   70.0 44.0 29.0 71.0 33.0 43.0 219
53 ARG 8169   Zanetti Alberto   Engelhard Juan Pablo   8169   OL   60.0 93.0 [BFD] 93.0 [BFD] 20.0 32.0 18.0 223
54 SUI 8009   Gautschi Christoph   Freuis Kurt   8009   BOD   66.0 62.0 50.0 28.0 45.0 38.0 223
55 USA 7793   HORNOS Tomas   HORNOS Luis   7793   BH   54.0 70.0 43.0 53.0 28.0 51.0 229
56 SUI 8140   Mueller Thomas   Wagner Mario   8140   Zug   35.0 47.0 34.0 61.0 64.0 54.0 231
57 USA 8095   Weissenberger Gunti   Brown Chris   8095   NCB   67.0 40.0 30.0 57.0 44.0 93.0 [BFD] 238
58 USA 7370   Emmet Rob   Avellon Guy   7370   An   64.0 59.0 51.0 44.0 47.0 46.0 247
59 USA 8038   Vanderhoff John   Buscemi Angelo   8038   NCB   51.0 56.0 38.0 55.0 54.0 93.0 [BFD] 254
60 USA 8111   Brethorst Rick   Gudat Patrick   8111   LS   76.0 58.0 32.0 62.0 55.0 48.0 255
61 ITA 8183   Tamburini Antonio   Renzo Ricci   8183   SI   78.0 55.0 93.0 [BFD] 48.0 41.0 47.0 269
62 USA 7916   Delaney Tim   Monroe Mike   7916   SLE   57.0 51.0 41.0 93.0 [DNS] 70.0 55.0 274
63 GER 7450   Lehnert Stefan   Menning Peter   7450   Bre   65.0 66.0 48.0 64.0 59.0 45.0 281
64 ITA 8180   Bertorotta Francesco   Alessandro Caldarella   8180   Pal   53.0 63.0 56.0 79.0 51.0 61.0 284
65 USA 7567   Buckley Davis   Kubik James   7567   AN.   88.0 69.0 66.0 21.0 69.0 67.0 292
66 USA 7434   Parks Bill   Anderson Clark   7434   WH   93.0 [DNC] 65.0 58.0 39.0 63.0 68.0 293
67 USA 7650   RIVERO Carlos   LONGARELA Hector   7650   BH   49.0 71.0 55.0 59.0 93.0 [DNS] 59.0 293
68 USA 8189   Fields William   Jensen Darin   8189   SMB   58.0 93.0 [BFD] 33.0 65.0 46.0 93.0 [BFD] 295
69 CAN 7626   Passmore Mark   Scott Larry   7626   LOC   52.0 93.0 [BFD] 52.0 45.0 53.0 93.0 [DNS] 295
70 USA 8083   Chiarella John   Carlson Bob   8083   Sun   74.0 75.0 63.0 36.0 66.0 64.0 303
71 USA 7715   Beek Carroll   Rogers Chris   7715   CLIS   85.0 54.0 57.0 73.0 62.0 57.0 303
72 USA 8065   Sperry Brooks   Eid Chris   8065   WSFB   75.0 67.0 53.0 52.0 93.0 [DNS] 63.0 310
73 ITA 8081   Irrera Renato   Marenco Marco   8081   Pal   86.0 74.0 44.0 78.0 58.0 60.0 314
74 USA 8122   Bonanni Claude   Burgess Rick   8122   TaB   73.0 53.0 60.0 76.0 72.0 56.0 314
75 USA 8015   Londrigan Pat   CORRIGAN John   8015   LS   71.0 61.0 61.0 29.0 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [BFD] 315
76 USA 7228   Zambella Joe   Beckwith Eric   7228   BH   50.0 50.0 45.0 77.0 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 315
77 USA 7497   Wilson Kris   Fransen Benjamin   7497   AN   80.0 80.0 67.0 58.0 65.0 58.0 328
78 USA 7999   Hausen Tiani   Cabral Marcelo   7999   BisB   77.0 93.0 [BFD] 93.0 [BFD] 46.0 61.0 62.0 339
79 ARG 8067   Pendola Martin   SIMONET ARIEL   8067   OL   79.0 79.0 59.0 68.0 73.0 65.0 344
80 USA 7640   Anosov Arthur   Caesar David   7640     37.0 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 40.0 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 356
81 USA 8244   Preckwinkle George   Pick Mike   8244   LS   82.0 76.0 65.0 67.0 93.0 [DNF] 66.0 356
82 USA 7454   Leigh Murray   Hardin Chris   7454   CB   84.0 73.0 62.0 70.0 71.0 93.0 [BFD] 360
83 AUT 8216   Tomasini Roberto   Canali Massimo   8216   AU   81.0 78.0 54.0 82.0 67.0 93.0 [BFD] 362
84 USA 7629   Woods Ken   Davis Howard   7629   BH   42.0 93.0 [BFD] 93.0 [BFD] 54.0 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 375
85 USA 7970   Hopkins Sam   Kaplan Burt   7970   An   89.0 81.0 69.0 81.0 74.0 70.0 375
86 USA 7934   Von Schwarz Karl   Vosbury Barbara   7934   An   72.0 60.0 68.0 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 386
87 USA 7078   Rundle Rick   Nobles Bobby   7078   JP   93.0 [DNC] 77.0 64.0 83.0 93.0 [DNS] 69.0 386
88 IRL 8028   O'Connell Maurice   Peel Ed   8028   ISOL   28.0 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 400
89 CAN 7899   Milner Mike   Johnston Matt   7899   LOC   38.0 93.0 [DNF] 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 410
90 USA 8069   Weinstein Robert   Bourke Gerry   8069   SMB   83.0 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 50.0 412
91 USA 8000   Walker Harry   Weir Alan   8000   BisB   87.0 72.0 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 68.0 93.0 [BFD] 413
92 USA 7193   Joyce William   FREEMAN Matthew   7193   BisB   93.0 [DNC] 68.0 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 93.0 [DNS] 440

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