Sunday turned out to be one of the first actual frostbite days this season. The breeze was predicted to be from the west at 10-16 with a high of 42. It was pretty close to that. The breeze was super shifty and puffy. Rarely do you see it on the river come from every direction. During the races the breeze was mostly swinging between the north and south. Big thanks to race committee for running the races, especially to James Jacob for bringing is own boat down and giving us a mark boat to try and fix the course each race.
As far as the racing, I was surprised that I got third. The scores were all over the place. Winning the start did not guarantee a good race with how shifty it was. We ran 3 W1, 1 W2 and 2 olympics. We had some nice breeze and some lulls. After a lull, typically one of the sides would pay off. During the nice breeze on the olympics, we got to do some fun planing as well as between races. We were able to see a few capsizes as well (including my own haha).
A quick summary on the season this far. We currently have 16 people qualifying. There are a couple of battles going on in the scores. Will Summers and I are duking it out for 2nd place. Jim Klein and Claus are battling for 6th. And Kat and Francisco are tied with Kat winning the tie breaker. We have just one more weekend to mix it up a little more. Hope to see everyone out next weekend!