Watch this space all week for updates from the North Americans and Youth North Americans
Sailing in his second international Sunfish event, 16-year-old Clemente Seguel won all four races of the Youth North Americans to take the title.
The Pan American Committee confirmed the Sunfish will be the "Open Class," meaning men and women may compete singlehandedly together in 2019 in Lima, Peru.
If you will be competing in the upcoming North American Championship, or any other World Championship qualifying event, please be sure your sail numbers are compliant with our current class rule 3.6.5.
July 21, 2016
15th Annual Harkers Island Regatta Draws 51 Sunfish For Three-day Sailing Event
And…they’re off! Not the boats, the crabs! The crowd cajoled and hooted around a ten-foot circle, each hoping their chosen crab would cross the finish line first. Thus began the racing on a historic island off the coast of central North Carolina.
Leading wire-to-wire, Callahan dominated a 32-boat fleet becoming the first woman to win the Wequaquet Lake Regatta in it's 53-year history.
The summer racing season is in full swing with 3 East Coast Regionals, the North Americans and the Youth NAs all in the next two weeks!
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