Amanda Callahan takes a look back at a memorable 2014 North Americans with an interesting, alphabetical, twist
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New York's Brian McGinnis headed south and took home the Mid Atlantic Regional held at Lewes (DE) Yacht Club the weekend of Aug. 23/24, 2014
Bad weather forced the Southeast Regional to be a single race. Bill Raney of Carolina Yacht Club took the top spot.
Andres Ducasse of Chile won his second Sunfish North American Championship on the strength of book-end dominance on Days 1 and 4 in Mississippi. Greg Gust of Texas was the near-miss 2nd place finisher. More updates to come at this space. Click for full results.
Young sailors from Ecuador took the top two spots at the 2014 Youth NAs, with John Birkett winning.
Travelling all the way from Rochester, NY to Cape Cod, Doug Kaukeinen brought speed and smarts to top a very strong 29-boat fleet at the New England Regional Championship at Lake Wequaquet on July 26-27.
My Own Bloody Yacht Club’s Thirteenth Annual Harkers Island Regatta drew competitors from New York to Georgia for racing July 12th & 13th in eastern North Carolina in what has become one of the larger Sunfish Class events in the United States.
Steve Evans topped an 11-boat fleet to win a bid to the 2015 Worlds.
Dan Hesse of Saratoga Lake, NY dominated a 26-boat fleet to win the 2014 NY Downstate Regional Championship the weekend of July 19-20 at Westhampton Yacht Squadron
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