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2017 Ontario J/24 Regatta Schedule

2017 Ontario J/24 Regatta Schedule

2015 09 11_2550Proposed Ontario Schedule            

May 27-28 – ABYC Open – (WQ)

July 8-9 – PCYC Open – (WQ and OS)

August 26-27 – EYC Open – (WQ)

June 10-11 – RHYC Open – (Ontario Championships and OS)

June 17-18 – Nepean One Design Regatta (OS)

Aug 12 (only) – NYC Open (OS) – possibly doing a clinic or tuning on the Sunday

July 20-23 – Canadian Championships (Beaconsfield Yacht Club)

September 15-23 – J24 World Championships (PCYC)

Other Events of note:

May 5-7 – Jdaze in Canandaigua

July 29-30 CAN AM Regatta (Youngstown)

Aug 11-12 – Jfest (Newport, RI)

July 22-23 – Jfest ABYC (for the Great Lakes for J boats)

Charter boats needed for J/24 Worlds to be held September 2017 at Port Credit YC

Charter boats needed for J/24 Worlds to be held September 2017 at Port Credit YC

2015 09 11_2447If you are NOT planning to sail in the J/24 Worlds to be held at Port Credit Yacht Club September 16-23, 2017, we would like you to offer your boat for charter.

Please contact Katie Nicoll

katiecolemannicoll@rogers.com

 

 

Qualifier Spots for 2017 Worlds at Port Credit Yacht Club; Ontario September 15-23, 2017

Qualifier Spots for 2017 Worlds at Port Credit Yacht Club; Ontario September 15-23, 2017

PCYC-Aerial-2010All Canadian skippers must register their intention to race in the Worlds by February 7, 2017 with treasurer@j24can.com

1 2016 Canadian Champion Evan Petley-Jones

2 North American Champs – 1st Cdn Rossi Milev

3 Largest District Ontario Ted Bartlewski

4 2nd Largest District Quebec Stephan Blais

5 3rd Largest District Atlantic Ted Murphy

6 2016 Canadian Champ – 2nd John Whynacht

7 North American Champs – 2nd Cdn Nick Jako

8 District Allocaton Ontario Michael Howarth

9 District Allocaton Quebec Thomas Barbeau

10 District Allocaton Ontario Peter Dixon

11 District Allocaton Quebec Lee Grant

12 District Allocaton Ontario Blair Dinsdale

13 2016 Canadian Champ – 3rd Jono Reid

14 North American Champs – 3rd Cdn Edmond Rees

15 District Allocaton Quebec

16 District Allocaton Atlantic

17 District Allocaton Ontario Katie Coleman Nicoll

18 District Allocaton Ontario Matthew Kenny

19 District Allocaton Quebec Brian Morris

20 District Allocaton Ontario Eriks Kalvins

21 District Allocaton Quebec

22 North American Champs – 4th Cdn Jean Levac

23 District Allocaton Ontario David Walters

24 District Allocaton Quebec Fred Deom

25 District Allocaton Atlantic Ian Dawson

26 District Allocaton Ontario Tim Connolly

27 District Allocaton Ontario Vince Somoza

28 District Allocaton Quebec David Cobbett

29 District Allocaton Ontario Tom Taylor (Ontario Champ)

30 North American Champs – 5th Cdn Eli Gershman

Winter Sailing in Texas AND get ready for their 2017 North Americans

Winter Sailing in Texas AND get ready for their 2017 North Americans

 

 

 

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The 2017 J/24 North Americans will be in Houston, Texas (May 25-28). Arrangements have been made with the Austin Yacht Club in Texas where competitors can store their boats during the Winter in preparation for the NAs. This is a great opportunity for boats from northern climates to get to do some Winter sailing in Texas, during a time when their boats would otherwise be unused. We have 10 regattas this Winter, between now and the J/24 North Americans in May! Hopefully some of the J/24s from Canada will be able to come South for the Winter and then do North Americans!
http://www.j24fleet21.com/events/2017/J24WinterStorage/

 

Will Welles wins North American Championships – top Canadian Rossi Milev

Will Welles wins North American Championships – top Canadian Rossi Milev

top Canadian team - RM - 2016 NAsIt couldn’t have been any tighter at the top of the leaderboard at the J/24 driveHG.ca North American Championship at Port Credit Yacht Club in Mississauga, Ontario Canada. After all nine races, Will Welles’ Cougar and Travis Odenbach’s HoneyBadger/Sea Bags Sailing Team were tied at 28 points, with Welles winning the tie-breaker and the Championship. Local Rossi Milev on Clear Air placed third with 49 points. Race 8 started in shifty northwesterly winds building through 15 knots, with Welles taking the bullet to move into first overall. Race Committee PRO Pat Lymburner, with one more race available, posted course number 5 with the fleet finishing in front of Port Credit Yacht Club. Race 9 saw Todd Fedysyzn first, Odenbach in third and Welles in sixth—just enough to secure the overall victory. The Masters Trophy went to Chris Stone’s Velocidad. Top female was Natalie Harden’s Giggles. Top Junior was Michael Howarth’s Mr. H.
Top Five Overall:
• 1st Place: Will Welles, Cougar (28 points)
• 2nd Place: Travis Odenbach, HoneyBadger/Sea Bags Sailing Team (28 points)
• 3rd Place: Rossi Milev, Clear Air (49 points)
• 4th Place: Evan Petley-Jones, Lifted (53 points)
• 5th Place: Aidan Glackin, Mental Floss (60 points)
The IJCA and Port Credit Yacht Club look forward to seeing everyone for the 2017 J/24 World Championship. Forty-six boats competed in this three-day event, and complete results may be found at http://2016j24nac.org/.

Photo of team Clear Air by Alex Byczko