Killian, Martin and Vandervort Win 2014 Rose Cup

Dave Perry
June 22, 2014
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Killian, Martin and Vandervort Win 2014 Rose Cup

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The team of Christophe Killian, Jack Martin and Harrison Vandervort from the Balboa Yacht Club has won the 2014 Rose Cup, a U.S. youth national match racing championship sanctioned by US Sailing and sponsored by Gill, Harken, North U and the event’s founder the Newport-Balboa Sailing & Seamanship Association. The event was co-hosted by Oakcliff Sailing and the Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club in Oyster Bay, New York, hosts of the 2014 Intercollegiate Match Racing National Championship.

Second was Sean Segerblom, Briggs and Campbell D’Eliscu, and Carter Scott from the Newport Harbor Yacht Club. Third was Charlie Lalumiere, Myles Everett, Connor Harding and Mia Steck sailing for Oakcliff Sailing.

The Houston, Texas team of Dane Byerly, Howdy Hughes and Collin Scoville were awarded the Nick Scandone Sportsmanship Award based on a vote by the competitors and umpires. The top four skippers earned invitations to the 2014 Governor’s Cup, an international youth match racing event held at the Balboa Yacht Club in Newport Beach, California, July 14-91, 2014. Augustina Barbuto from St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands was the top finishing woman skipper, in 6th place, and earned an invitation to the 2014 U.S. Womens Match Racing Championship,  July 10-13, 2014, at Oakcliff in their Match 40’s.

Four-time U.S. National Match Racing Champion Dave Perry and North U Director Bill Gladstone ran a two day clinic and continued coaching all the teams during the round robin. “What impressed me the most,” said Perry, “was the tremendous improvement in the match racing and small keelboat racing skill of all twelve teams. Most had little experience in the Sonars, and some had very little experience in formal match racing. By the last day, it was a true Grade 3 match racing regatta with multiple lead changes and boats overlapped at the finishing line.”

Perry, also Chairman of the US Sailing Match Racing Committee, said, “we are working hard on introducing the 16-20 year old sailors in the U.S. to competitive match racing, and the Rose Cup is our pinnacle event. We are pleased to announce that next year’s event will be the US Sailing Youth National Match Racing Championship hosted by the Balboa Yacht Club, June 17-21, 2015, in Governor Cup 21’s.  Video from this year’s event can be seen on the event facebook page. The complete results can be seen on the Oakcliff Sailing event page.  Many more photos and videos at https://www.facebook.com/RoseCupMatchRace.

Yale University Wins Gill College Sailing Nationals

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June 6, 2014
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YALE UNIVERSITY WINS GILL COED NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

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St. Mary’s City, Md. (June 6, 2014) – Today was the last day of the Gill Coed Dinghy National Championship, hosted by St. Mary’s College of Maryland. This is the last of three high caliber spring College Sailing National Championships, where were co-hosted by the U.S. Naval Academy and St. Mary’s College of Maryland. After winning their semi-final fleet leading up to the finals portion of this event Yale University has won the national title and the Henry A. Morss Memorial Trophy.

Racing got underway at 9:15 a.m. Winds were from the northwest at around 5-8 knots. It was sunny and the temperatures were in the 70s. The wind started to shift to the north and get light. After completing a few races the race officials postponed the racing to wait for wind. After about an hour a westerly wind around 8-12 knots held steady and the racing started up again. Later in the afternoon the wind shifted 180-degrees to the north. It did not hold and there was not enough to complete more races before the 5 p.m. deadline.

A-division sailed in 420s and completed six races today. B-division sailed in FJs and completed five races for an event total of 15 races in both divisions. The sailors competed on windward-leeward four leg courses today.

Yale finished 88 points ahead of second place overall and won the Henry A. Morss Memorial Trophy, which was donated by a group of nationally known yachtsmen as a memorial to Henry A. Morss, a Boston yachtsman and 1907 Bermuda Race winner, as well as an MIT alumnus and benefactor.

“We tried to sail our own races for this event and sail smart,” says Bill Healy, assistant coach for Yale. “You couldn’t sail safe up the middle today or you would miss the shifts,” Healy says of the conditions today, “We looked to sail for the pressure closest to us and use our boat speed,” he says.

This is the second championship Yale has one in this spring series and Healy says, “Everyone is so excited and can’t wait to get home and share the good news with their friends.”

Sailing for Yale: Graham Landy '15 with Eugenia Custo Greig '14 and Katherine Gaumond '15 in A-division and Ian Barrows '17 with Amanda Salvesen '14 and Marlena Fauer '14 in B-division.

Georgetown University finished 45 points ahead of third place overall and won the Oxford University Trophy for the second year in a row. It is awarded to the second place team in the Gill Coed Dinghy National Championship. The Oxford University Yacht Club team and its captain Jeremy Thomas presented this trophy in 1954 on the occasion of the first of a continuing series of college regattas between British and North American teams held alternately in the United States and Great Britain every two years.

“We are happy to get second,” says Mike Callahan, head coach for Georgetown. “It was an extremely difficult regatta against the top teams in the nation,” he says. “It was difficult to be consistent and Yale did an amazing job,” Callahan says.

Sailing for Georgetown: Nevin Snow '16 with Katia DaSilva '15 in A-division and Alex Post '15 with Katie Olsen '15 and Bettina Redway '16 in B-division.           

Boston College finished in third place winning the Metropolitan Sailing League Trophy, which was first presented in 1971. Boston College was in sixth place yesterday, but today they worked up the scoreboard to win a spot on the podium.

Sailing for Boston College: Raul Rios '16 with Shelby Hamilton '14 and Allison Ferraris '17 in A-division and Erika Reineke '16 and William Bailey '15 with Elizabeth Barnard '15, Christopher Dwyer '15 and Katherine Wysocki '15 in B-division.

The Robert Allan, Sr. and Robert Allan, Jr. Trophies are awarded to the low point "A" and "B" teams, respectively, in the Gill Coed Dinghy National Championship. Graham Landy '15 with Eugenia Custo Greig '14 and Katherine Gaumond '15 from Yale won A-division with 71 points, twenty-seven points ahead of second place. Ian Barrows '17 with Amanda Salvesen '14 and Marlena Fauer '14            also from Yale won B-division with 50 points, 57 points ahead of second place.

For full results and additional regatta information visit the event website: http://2014nationals.collegesailing.org/

FINAL RESULTS
1. Yale University, 121
2. Georgetown University, 209
3. Boston College, 254
4. Stanford University, 260
5. Tufts University, 261
6. Old Dominion University, 264
7. College of Charleston, 269
8. Dartmouth College, 275
9. U.S. Naval Academy, 281
10. U.S. Coast Guard Academy, 283
11. St. Mary’s College of Maryland, 288
12. University of South Florida, 322
13. University of Hawaii, 325
14. Bowdoin College, 334
15. University of Wisconsin, 340
16. Connecticut College, 341
17. Brown University, 351
18. Harvard University, 355

Gary Jobson and Chris Love filmed portions of the Championship for an ESPNU segment, which will air on Friday, July 11 at 7 p.m. ET, Saturday, July 12 at 4 a.m. and 9 a.m. ET and Sunday, July 13 at 8 a.m. ET. This will be the tenth time the Gill Coed Dinghy National Championships have been covered on ESPNU.

The Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) is the governing authority for sailing competition at colleges and universities throughout the United States and in some parts of Canada. Visit www.collegesailing.org to learn more.

The ICSA sponsors and partners are: LaserPerformance (www.laserperformance.com), title sponsor of LaserPerformance Men’s and Women’s Singlehanded National Championships and Official Boat Supplier of the ICSA Spring National Championships. Sperry Top-Sider (www.sperrytopsider.com), title sponsor of the Sperry Top-Sider / ICSA Women’s National Championship; Gill North America (www.gillna.com), title sponsor of the Gill / ICSA National Championship; Quantum Sail Design Group (www.quantumsails.com/), official sponsor of the “Quantum Women’s College Sailor of the Year”; Annapolis Performance Sailing (www.apsltd.com), title Sponsor of the APS / ICSA Team Race National Championship; Marlow Ropes (www.marlowropes.com/), presenting sponsor of the “Marlow Ropes College Sailor of the Year Award” and Official Rope of College Sailing; US Sailing (home.ussailing.org), supporting sponsor of the ICSA National Championships.

 

37th CISA Advanced Racing Clinic – April 5-8

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April 3, 2014

37th CISA Advanced Racing Clinic – April 5-8

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With a week off from school, more than one hundred of America’s best young sailors from the East Coast to Hawaii will spend Saturday through Tuesday in another classroom: the California International Sailing Association’s 37th annual Advanced Racing Clinic, held at Alamitos Bay Yacht Club.

CISA Clinic Director Andrew Campbell, 2008 US Olympian and now a member of the Oracle America’s Cup team commented, “I'm really excited to be directing the CISA Clinic again this year. We're reformatting a bit this year to expand our coaches' impact on the sailors through four full days of clinic. That will be in addition to our great tradition of high intensity fitness, great evening speakers and presentations, and awesome conditions off ABYC. I'm excited to have the support of the US Olympic Team with USST Development Director Leandro Spina as well as performance specialist Fuzz Spanhake joining us on the coaching staff fresh from Palma. It's going to be a great week. “

The annual CISA Advanced Racing Clinic has been at the forefront of top level clinics for top US aspiring sailors and has been seen as the kick-off for most high level racing.  The sailors will have intensive on-the-water and classroom training in Lasers, Radials, 29er, I420, C420 and CFJs. Laser full rig sailor Richard Didham commented, “I have attended the CISA clinic for the past 4 years in a row now and every year, I leave the clinic as a stronger and smarter sailor than I had been before.”  Didham has continued to climb in the results over the past few years and will be off to collegiate sailing ranks this fall.  Traveling from Oklahoma, Radial sailor Kelly Cole is “..looking forward to the CISA clinic because I have never been. I can't wait to sail in a new location and make new friends. I am also looking forward to all the great coaches they have lined up and new skills I will learn.”

Several of the teams attending the ISAF Youth Worlds to be held in Tavira, Portugal this July will also be using CISA as their pre-training event including 29er skipper Quinn Wilson.  Wilson commented that “CISA is always a great event to solidify our early season training. The clinic always attracts top competitors and the coaches tend to really put everybody through rigorous drills and competition settings that are hard to duplicate elsewhere. I personally love the challenge because it’s really intense. Great psych up for the rest of the season leading into the summer.”

Coordinating with the US Olympic Sailing Committee, the I-420 has been in the CISA fleet since 2004 offering the pathway to the Olympic 470.  Campbell D’Eliscu, switching from the 29er to the I420 commented, “The CISA clinic is hands down the best clinic of the year. From the coaches to the hard hours on the water, the clinic allows you to take your sailing to the next level by getting out of your comfort zone."

Evening programs are scheduled after dinner and will include CISA Board member Pete Melvin who will be talking about his recent role in the America’s Cup and the new rules.  Tom Burnham from Quantum Sails will be lead a panel discussion on managing a campaign and sailing program for top results with the USST Fuzz Spanhake as the final speaker, talking about sail dynamics and set ups.

The coaching staff will include 3 Olympians and current sailors training for Rio in 2016 as well as previous Olympic campaigners and coaches. The staff includes: Canadian Olympians Lisa Ross and David Wright, US Olympian Andrew Campbell, Mike Kalin, Robbie Dean, Cameron Biehl, Zack Brown, Sydney Bolger, Tom Burnham, Ryan Minth, Joey Mello, Steph Roble, Jay Kehoe, Jimmer Montgomery, Zack Maxam and Harry Legum of Annapolis Sailing Fitness to lead the daily workouts designed for sailors.

CISA, founded in 1971, supports amateur sailors by providing travel grants for regional, national and international competition and also funds local sailing programs and racing clinics.  The CISA Advanced Racing Clinic is sponsored by Gill NA Sailing Gear, Ayres Hotels and Kaenon Polarized sunglasses as well as the use of the Alamitos Bay Yacht Club facilities.

Unlike other nations, the U.S. has no federally supported assistance programs for its amateur sportsman or for the development of young talent.  CISA, a 501 (c )3 organization, relies on contributions of corporations and individuals to provide support of amateur sailors. Because it is non-profit and tax-exempt, all contributions are tax deductible.

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CISA Alumni Win APS College Sailing Team Racing National Championship

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June 2, 2014
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YALE UNIVERSITY WINS APS TEAM RACE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
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St. Mary’s City, Md. (June 2, 2014) – Today was the third and final day of the APS Team Race National Championship on the St. Mary’s River at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. This event is the second of three collegiate sailing national championships co-hosted by the U.S. Naval Academy and St. Mary’s College of Maryland this spring. After three days of racing Yale University is the national champion and winner of the Walter C. Wood Trophy.

The day began with completing the top eight round robin. Racing got underway around 9:30 a.m. Competitors sailed in FJs on digital N courses. The remaining ten races were completed in the top eight round today. The morning conditions were sunny, temperatures in the 70s and winds from a southerly direction at around 5-10 knots.

Principal race officer, Chris Gaffney, was methodical making sure to run the races efficiently and taking the time to make sure the course was square so that the sailing was fair. He and the race officials ran 154 total races in this event.

Today the teams were fighting to advance into the final four round. The competition was tough and the sailors were working hard on the racecourse. Yale made it through the top eight round undefeated, with only one loss on their record from the very first round robin of the regatta.

Before Yale sailed their last race in this round they had clinched the regatta win. Once they had their 20th win in the event, they mathematically won, even before the final four began. This is the first time this has happened in at least eight years and it may even be the first time a team has clinched a national win so early on in the regatta. Still, the racing continued and after some real battles on the racecourse, the final four were decided.

“Since we were just taking it race by race it just kind of happened [clinching the regatta],” says Bill Healy, assistant coach for Yale University. “The team is totally psyched and everybody is happy – the regatta was so awesome, it was perfect,” Healy says of their win.

“I am really happy for the team. They worked so hard for it all spring and Zeke Horowitz, who helped us a lot, was a key contributor to this win,” Healy explains. Healy also gave a shout out to the hard work of St. Mary’s Sailing head coach Adam Werblow and Chris Gaffney and his crew, “They were so incredible and efficient and patient when they needed to be. It was the smoothest team race event I have ever been to,” he says.

This is Yale University’s second APS Team Race National Championship title and Walter C. Wood Trophy win, having just won the event last year.

The winning team members are: Ian Barrows ’17, Christopher Segerblom '14, Graham Landy '15, Max Nickbarg '14, Amanda Salvesen '14, Eugenia Custo Greig ’14, Marlena Fauer '14, Katherine Gaumond '15, Charlotte Belling '16 and Meredith Megarry '17.

By lunchtime the top eight racing was complete and after a short break the final four round began. Yale advanced into the round with Stanford University, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and Boston College all tied with a 15-7 record.

There were six races total in the final four. The temperature was up around 75 degrees and the winds were a steady southerly around 7-11 knots. St. Mary’s and Stanford came out of the gate strong and won their first races in the round. Stanford gave Yale their second loss of the regatta. This momentum carried them through until they had to face each other to determine who would take second place.

Stanford started the race winning and was ahead almost all of the way around the course, but St. Mary’s started to make gains on the Stanford sailors and eventually chipped away at them up the last beat of the race and crossed the finish line with a winning 2,3,4 combination. St. Mary’s continued to be undefeated in the final four.

This is the third year in a row that St. Mary’s has placed second at this championship.

“We had a really hard time starting today and had to play catch up in almost every race,” says Adam Werblow, head coach for St. Mary’s. “But the team was a team and the guys have been together now for a long time and really battled and it was fun to see,” he says.

“Bill [Healy] did a great job getting fired up and wanted to do their absolute best in the final four and without a question Yale was dominant and they should have won. Everybody else was really close and we were fortunate to come out in second place again,” Werblow says.

Sailing for St. Mary’s was: Fletcher Sims '14, Joshua Greenslade '14, John Wallace '14, Kelley Merryman '14, Nicole DeAngeli '14 and Allison Shane '15.

This is the first time since 1996 that Stanford has finished on the nationals’ podium.

“It means a lot to the West Coast, to our conference and especially to Stanford to get back on the nationals podium,” says John Vandemoer, head coach for Stanford. “I am proud of these guys for so many things,” Vandemoer says about his team and especially the seniors. “It’s incredible what the seniors have done both on the water and off the water to really lead and establish Stanford as a powerhouse in college sailing. I can’t say enough about their support and all of their work,” he continues.

“Big shout out to our two captains, Yuri and Hans, they have really lead this team all year. The team racing is tough, everyone is good and it takes strong leaders to make it happen,” Vandemoer says.

Sailing for Stanford was: Kevin Laube '14, Hans Henken '15, Kieran Chung '15, Mateo Vargas '14, Yuri Namikawa '14, Tally Buckstaff '14, Haley Kirk '15 and Mary Vangelos '17.

For complete results and regatta information visit the regatta website: http://2014nationals.collegesailing.org/

Final Results, Top 8 (wins and losses)
1. Yale University, 22-3
2. St. Mary’s College of Maryland, 18-7
3. Stanford University, 17-8
4. Boston College, 15-10
 
5. Georgetown University, 14-8
6. U.S. Naval Academy, 14-8
7. Roger Williams University, 12-10
8. Tufts University, 11-11
 
To view or purchase photos from today’s racing and awards visit: www.ebrianschneider.com.

Racing continues tomorrow in the Gill Coed Dinghy National Championship with the first day of Semi-Finals. The top 36 collegiate teams in the nation have qualified to compete in this stellar event. The competitors’ briefing will be held at St. Mary’s tonight at 6 p.m. and the first warning for racing is tomorrow at 9:30 a.m.

Live coverage, sponsored by LaserPerformance, will continue tomorrow with highlights and updates. Click on “Live Coverage” on the event website (http://2014nationals.collegesailing.org/) for these up-to-date racing details. Social media coverage will be provided on collegesailing.org.

Gary Jobson and Chris Love will be filming portions of the Championships for an ESPNU segment, which will initially air on July 13.

The Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) is the governing authority for sailing competition at colleges and universities throughout the United States and in some parts of Canada. Visit www.collegesailing.org to learn more.

The ICSA sponsors and partners are: LaserPerformance (www.laserperformance.com), title sponsor of LaserPerformance Men’s and Women’s Singlehanded National Championships and Official Boat Supplier of the ICSA Spring National Championships. Sperry Top-Sider (www.sperrytopsider.com), title sponsor of the Sperry Top-Sider / ICSA Women’s National Championship; Gill North America (www.gillna.com), title sponsor of the Gill / ICSA National Championship; Quantum Sail Design Group (www.quantumsails.com/), official sponsor of the “Quantum Women’s College Sailor of the Year”; Annapolis Performance Sailing (www.apsltd.com), title Sponsor of the APS / ICSA Team Race National Championship; Marlow Ropes (www.marlowropes.com/), presenting sponsor of the “Marlow Ropes College Sailor of the Year Award” and Official Rope of College Sailing; US Sailing (home.ussailing.org), supporting sponsor of the ICSA National Championships.

2013 CISA Orange Bowl Assistance Program

APPLICATIONS ARE CLOSED

CISA will provide coaches at the 2013 Orange Bowl Regatta for qualified fleets.  All California sailors are welcome to attend the morning and afternoon meetings; however on the water coaching will be for the larger fleets only (C420, Radial & others TBA).

Sailor’s requesting a grant to attend the regatta may fill out the separate CISA grant request form and submit it by 1700hrs October 31, 2013 for consideration.  Grants are not guaranteed.  They will be provided on an as needed basis and will not exceed $250.

Each sailor must fill out their own application (please mom and dad let them do it!).  In doublehanded boats please only put down the name of your skipper/crew.  Teams may apply even if one team member is 1) out of high school or 2) not a California resident, however funding will only be granted to sailors from California who are currently in high school or younger.  

2013 Grant & Coaching Recipients

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