North American Championship - Final

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San Diego, October 8, 2018. Final results after 8 races (1 discard)

1. USA Ernesto Rodriguez/Kathleen Tocke, 13

2. CHI Matías Seguel/María Jesus Seguel, 14

3. USA Doug Hart/Cragan Smith, 30

4. ECU Edgar Diminich/Irene Suarez, 33

5. ECU Jesus Bailon/Rafaela Arteaga, 44

... full results ...

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Place
#
Country Sail # Skipper/Crew
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
Total
1
33
USA
31337 Ernesto Rodriguez/Kathleen Tocke
1
3
1
1
1
1
- 35 dnf
5
13
2
40
CHI
29893 Matías Seguel/María Jesus Seguel
2
2
- 6
2
4
2
1
1
14
3
31
USA
31297 Doug Hart/Cragan Smith
5
- 16
3
3
2
4
7
6
30
4
26
ECU
30761 Edgar Diminich/Irene Suarez
3
10
2
8
3
- 14
3
4
33
5
27
ECU
31028 Jesus Bailon/Rafaela Arteaga
7
1
4
13
8
3
8
- 15
44
6
34
USA
31439 Diego Escobar/Marianna Shand
- 18
6
8
6
6
6
4
8
44
7
32
USA
31300 Asher Zittrer/Watt Duffy
8
4
9
- 15
14
5
2
9
51
8
30
USA
31441 Randy Lake/Diana Waterbury
4
9
5
11
- 17
10
13
3
55
9
03
USA
28687 Scotty Sinks/Carolyn Smith
15
20
11
5
7
9
10
- 35 ocs
77
10
09
USA
29442 Peter Commette/Connie Commette
17
- 25
17
14
5
7
6
12
78
11
13
USA
29672 Molly Pleskus/Grace McCarthy
16
5
16
7
9
13
12
- 26
78
12
02
GUA
28211 Jose Daniel Hernandez/Josselyn Echeverria
9
8
14
- 28
10
15
14
10
80
13
04
USA
28854 Jake Reynolds/Kara Voss
26
11
- 35 ocs
9
11
12
5
11
85
14
05
USA
29222 Brian Janney/Nikki Bruno
14
13
10
12
16
- 28
20
7
92
15
24
USA
30800 Rick Arneson/Sara Parker
11
- 22
15
10
12
17
15
13
93
16
25
ECU
81028 Luis Mario Acosta/Sara Dyck
12
14
- 25
16
18
8
19
14
101
17
23
USA
30733 Packy Davis/Julie Clavert
20
21
21
17
- 28
18
16
2
115
18
06
USA
29315 Ken Redler/Kai Redler
6
15
26
22
15
11
21
- 35 dnf
116
19
18
USA
30109 David Tillson/Cole Tillson
19
12
7
4
21
25
- 35 dnc
35 dnc
123
20
15
USA
29811 Scott Dalin/Chuck Eaton
- 28
24
12
21
13
26
11
18
125
21
08
USA
29439 Gene Ratliffe/Oakley Cunningham
13
18
18
24
20
16
- 25
16
125
22
07
USA
29356 Duncan Swain/Lily Lichtenstein
10
7
- 27
27
22
27
26
21
140
23
22
BAH
30630 Robert Dunkley/Lori Lowe
24
19
19
18
- 35 ocs
20
18
27
145
24
29
USA
31114 Aine Fretwell/Don Bedford
29
29
13
19
- 35 ocs
24
17
17
148
25
14
USA
29782 Zack Kelchner/Nicole Ryan
- 27
23
20
23
19
22
22
19
148
26
28
PER
31087 Diego Figueroa/Alessia Zavala
21
- 35 ret
22
20
23
31
9
35 dnf
161
27
10
CAN
29536 Julian Inglis/Angela Vascotto
25
17
23
25
26
23
- 28
25
164
28
11
USA
29646 Aimee Heim/Gus Wirth
23
26
- 29
26
24
19
23
29 zfp
170
29
01
MEX
29204 Alejandra Valdez/Adrian Elizondo
31
- 35 ret
24
29
25
21
27
23
180
30
17
USA
30017 Dick Davidson/ Ben Davidson
32
27
28
- 35 dns
29
29
24
20
189
31
19
USA
30390 Howard Miller/ Steve Fader
30
28
- 31
31
27
30
29
24
199
32
20
USA
30510 Keisha Meyer/ Karen Disch
22
- 35 ret
30
30
30
32
30
28
202
33
21
USA
30550 Sean Adams/ Jenny Adams
- 35 dnc
35 dnc
35 dnc
35 dnc
35 dnc
35 dnc
35 dnc
35 dnc
245
34
35
USA
31444 Blaire Herron /Kris Zillmann
- 35 dnc
35 dnc
35 dnc
35 dnc
35 dnc
35 dnc
35 dnc
35 dnc
245

 

Four More Countries Qualify for 2019 Pan American Games - USA, Chile, Ecuador & Guatemala

Eight countries vied this past weekend for Pan Am Games country qualification at the 2018 Snipe North American Championship hosted by the San Diego Yacht Club. The reigning North American Champions from Miami, Ernesto Rodriguez and Kathleen Tocke, who dominated last year's very windy event, continued their winning streak this year winning four of the eight races in very light to medium breeze. At their heels were the Chilean brother and sister team of Matias and Maria Seguel and San Diego area Snipe guru, Doug Hart sailing with the young Cragan Smith, who finished second and third respectively. San Diego sailors, Diego Escobar and Marianna Shand, won the top junior trophy with an impressive sixth place finish overall.

2019 will be the first year that the Snipe is required to be a mixed event in the Games. While most North American teams tend to sailed mixed, the class has welcomed more mixed teams coming from Central and South America, especially increased numbers of women at the helm, including Mexico's Alejandra Valdez. New mixed Ecuadorean teams showed excellent speed this past weekend including Edgar Diminich and Irene Suarez, who placed fourth overall, and Jesus Bailon and Rafeala Arteaga who won race two and claimed fifth overall. Newcomers to the class, Jose Daniel Hernandez and Josselyn Echevarria from Guatemala secured the fourth country spot

Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, and Puerto Rico qualified their countries for the Games in March at the Snipe South American Championship. Peru, the Games host, is pre-qualified. The last country spot will be up for grabs at the Western Hemisphere and Orient Championship in two weeks in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The US Pan Am Games team selection will be held in April 5- 7 at the Lauderdale Yacht Club. This event is open to international teams.

Kathleen Tocke

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