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Team prizes were announced at the Awards Meeting
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“On the Water” Perspective by John Kocol

TWENTY FIRST ANNUAL DOUBLEHANDED FARALLONES RACE

 

race instructions, entry form and waiver

 

MARCH 25, 2000

Winning boats in all divisions are asked to stop by the GGYC after the race for photos for possible Latitude 38 coverage.

Results will be posted to the BAMA web site by Noon on Sunday.

Due to the large number of boats without 2000 YRA rating certificates, boats that have submitted 1999 rating certificates will not suffer the 6 second per mile penalty.

Rating Certificates will be accepted by FAX until 5 A.M. Saturday morning at 650-390-0818 and may be dropped off at the GGYC guest dock before the Warning gun (8:10) Saturday morning.

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BAY AREA MULTIHULL ASSOCIATION

Of SAN FRANCISCO

presents

TWENTY FIRST ANNUAL DOUBLEHANDED FARALLONES
MARCH 25, 2000

These race instructions, entry form and waiver can be obtained from the web at www.sfbama.org

Mailed entries must be postmarked by 3/17/00 to guarantee mailed registration

CONDITIONS FOR THE 2000 DOUBLEHANDED FARALLONES YACHT RACE

ELIGIBILITY

Open by formal application to all single and multihulled sailing yachts over 18 feet in waterline and 20 feet overall length.

Yachts entering the race must be of sound, seaworthy construction, capable of safe ocean passages.

Monohull yachts shall be strongly built, self-righting, watertight, and capable of withstanding solid water knock- downs, and have fixed ballast.

Multihull yachts shall have weather-tight enclosed accommodation for the crew and shall have the ability to float in an inverted position indefinitely.

All yachts must also meet all standards set forth herein.

SPIRIT OF THE RACE

It is the intent of the rules to make it possible for sailors to compete in seaworthy vessels of various types and designs on a fair and equitable basis. All questions concerning the interpretation of the rules, including those relating to a yacht’s eligibility to compete, shall be decided by the Race Committee in accordance with the spirit as well as the letter of the rules.

GENERAL CONDITIONS

It is the intent of the San Francisco Bay Area Multihull Association to provide a start, finish, and awards to those vessels and crews competing in the Doublehanded Farallones Race. Entrants are advised that the San Francisco Bay Area Multihull Association accepts no responsibilities for the safety or well-being of the yachts, skippers, or crews before, during, or after the Doublehanded Farallones Race.

It shall be the sole responsibility of each skipper and crew to decide whether or not to start or continue to race. Every yacht shall render all possible assistance to any vessel or person in peril when in a position to do so.

MANAGEMENT

The race will be under the management of the Race Committee of the San Francisco Bay Area Multihull Association, which shall have full power to establish and interpret the rules governing the race, to decide protests on eligibility, and to reject the entry of any yacht at any time prior to the preparatory signal for the start. There shall be no appeal from its decision.

ENTRIES

An entry shall consist of a sailing boat plus a named crew of two people. Persons under the age of 18 must submit with this application a signed release by their legal guardian. Entry fee is $45.00 for USSA members and $55.00 for non-members. Entries received after March 10, 2000 will be $55.00 for USSA members and $65.00 for non-members. Entry forms may be obtained from the BAMA web site at www.sfbama.org. Entry forms, signed waivers, PHRF certificates and entry fees should be mailed prior to 3/22/00 and addressed to:

BAMA – Randy Devol
96 Flynn Ave Unit A
Mountain View CA 94043
650-964-6024

EQUIPMENT

The following equipment is required:

1. Lifelines or safety lines leading from both sides of the cockpit forward and well secured at each end.

2. Fire extinguisher(s) to meet Coast Guard requirements.

3. Manual bilge pump of at least 10 gallons per minute capacity.

4. Anchor with suitable chain and line.

5. Sea cocks or soft wooden plugs to close all through-hull openings.

6. Navigation lights.

7. Compass.

8. Charts and piloting tools.

9. Lead line or echo sounder.

10. Fog horn.

11. Radar reflector.

12. Waterproof flashlight.

13. First aid kit.

14. At least two gallons fresh water.

15. Life jacket with whistle attached.

16. Safety harnesses.

17. VHF radio with channels 16 and 68.

27. Day and night distress signaling devices as required by the U.S.C.G.

  1. Man overboard pole.

This list does not attempt to encompass all the equipment that is necessary for offshore sailing, and compliance with this list does not relieve the skipper and crew in any way of their sole responsibility for the safety of themselves and their vessel.

INSPECTION

The Race Committee has the right to inspect any vessel and to reject its entry if they find it does not meet the standards of the race rules. The winning yachts may be subject to inspection.

HANDICAP

Corrected times will be computed using PHRF ratings and the time-on-time method.

Each entry must have a current 2000 San Francisco Bay PHRF rating certificate, issued by the YRA of San Francisco: Building E, Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, California 94123. Phone: (415) 771-9500.

Any yacht that does not have a 2000 rating certificate will be assigned a rating by the Race Committee, which rating will include at least a six second per mile penalty.

The Race Committee reserves the right to adjust any PHRF rating based on prior performance in the Doublehanded Farallones Race.

DIVISIONS

The placement in divisions will be announced at the skippers’ meeting. The committee will place boats in a competitive division.

The Race Committee anticipates the following divisions but reserves the right to revise the divisions at the skipper�s meeting.

Division I PHRF ULDB below 120

Division II PHRF ULDB 120+ above

Division III PHRF below 105

Division IV PHRF 105-129

Division V PHRF 130-157

Division VI PHRF 158-270

Division VII PHRF 271 + above

Division VIII Multihulls

ULDB Rule: 

YACHT CLUB TEAMS

Entrants are encouraged to form teams of three yachts, each sailing in a different division, with skippers who are members of the same Yacht Club. A perpetual trophy will be awarded to the first team using a performance based scoring system. To encourage participation the Race Committee may form teams based on the entries received.

TROPHIES

First to finish, monohull and multihull, on elapsed time.

Stewart Kett Memorial Trophy, first monohull to finish on elapsed time.

Dennis Madigan Perpetual Trophy, for crewmember of first to finish monohull or multihull on elapsed time.

Yacht Club Team Perpetual Trophy, for the first team.

First, monohull and multihull, on corrected time.

For Skipper and Crew in each Divisions on corrected time:

First If 3 or more starters.

Second If 6 or more starters.

Third If 10 or more starters.

Fourth If 15 or more starters.

Fifth If 20 or more starters.

In addition, a first to finish trophy will be awarded within each one-design class with five or more starters racing in accordance with class rules. Fleet Captains must contact the Race Committee for class eligibility.

EVENTS

There will be a Skippers’ meeting on Wednesday, March 22, 2000, at 8 p.m. at the Golden Gate Yacht Club, on the San Francisco Marina. All skippers are requested to attend. Any changes in starting procedures, course limits, division placement, etc., will be announced at this meeting. Each skipper is responsible for acquiring information of such changes. Participation mementos for skipper and crew will be available at the Skipper�s meeting and Trophy presentation.

Trophy presentation will be on Wednesday, March 29, 2000, at 8 p.m. at the Golden Gate Yacht Club.

STARTING TIMES AND SIGNALS

Warning 8:10 a.m. White shape

Preparatory 8:15 a.m. Blue shape

Division I 8:20 a.m. Red shape

Division II 8:25 a.m. Red shape

Division III 8:30 a.m. Red shape

Division IV 8:35 a.m. Red shape

Division V 8:40 a.m. Red shape

Division VI 8:45 a.m. Red shape

Division VII 8:50 a.m. Red shape

Division VIII 8:55 a.m. Red shape

STARTING LINE

The starting line is a line between the orange marker on the race deck of the Golden Gate Yacht Club and “X” buoy leaving the “X” buoy to starboard.

Any yacht on the course side of the starting line during the minute before its starting signal shall sail to the pre-start side of the line around the seaward side of the “X” buoy and then make a proper start. The around-the-end rule is in effect.

Yachts without sail numbers are required to display a “hull” number, which will be assigned by the Race Committee, for the start, duration, and finish of the race.

COURSE

To and around the Southeast Farallone Island, leaving it to port, and then to the finish.

FINISH

The finish line is the same as the starting line but leaving the “X” buoy to port. Yachts approaching the finish shall hail the Race Committee on Channel 68 as they approach the finish line with the yacht name, sail number, and approximate position. After sunset, sail numbers must be illuminated. Each skipper is requested to record his or her own finish time and to note the yacht finishing directly ahead and behind.

CALCULATED DISTANCE

The calculated distance for handicap purposes is 58 miles.

 

TIME LIMIT

The time limit is 6:00 a.m., Sunday, March 26, 2000.

RESTRICTIONS

Anita Rock and the South Tower of the Golden Gate Bridge must be left to the south. All San Francisco County rocks except Mile Rock are to be left shoreward. Yachts must not interfere with large commercial vessels, naval vessels, or tugs and their tows. Yachts who interfere with such vessels, thereby endangering their own safety and/or that of the commercial vessel will be subject to disqualification by the Race Committee. The area within 100 yards of the starting line is restricted to all contestants until after their preparatory signal.

POSTPONEMENT

Postponement will be signaled by the hoisting of the answering pennant and the firing of two shots. The postponement period will end with the lowering of the answering pennant and the firing of one shot. One minute after the ending of the postponement period the warning gun and signal will be made, signifying the resumption of the regular starting sequence. Flag “P” will be flown to indicate a postponement has taken place.

INDIVIDUAL RECALL

Individual recall will be signaled by hoisting flag “X” and the firing of one shot. The Race Committee will attempt to notify prematurely starting yachts via VHF Channel 68.

However, nothing contained in these instructions shall relieve a yacht of its obligation to make a proper start.

GENERAL RECALL

Recall of the entire starting group will be signaled by the hoisting of the first repeater code pennant (blue and yellow) and firing of two guns. When recalled, all yachts of the starting time shall immediately leave the starting area, and their starting time is postponed to five (5) minutes after the last scheduled group of starters. If there is more than one general recall, the recalled groups will start in the order of their initially scheduled starts, following the completion of the regularly scheduled starters.

CHECK IN

All yachts must check in with the Race Committee on VHF Channel 68 prior to the initial warning signal (8:10 a.m.).

All yachts approaching the finish shall contact the Race Committee via VHF Channel 68 stating the yacht name, sail number, and approximate position.

Any yacht withdrawing from the race for any reason must contact the Race Committee via VHF Channel 68, or via telephone as soon as possible. All yachts are requested to monitor VHF Channel 68 during the race. A roll call will be held at 8:00 p.m. for all yachts still racing.

RACING RULES

The current Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS) as adopted by the United States Sailing Association and as amended by these instructions shall govern the race. Rule 44.2, the 720� rule is allowed. Between the hours of sunset and sunrise the Steering and Sailing Rules from COLREGS (International Rules for the Prevention of Collisions at Sea) shall replace Part 2 of the RRS.

In accordance with the purpose of the race, those sections of the RRS, which prohibit practices or equipment, which are or may prove useful to the short-handed ocean sailor, may be waived at the discretion of the Race Committee. Specifically, the following will be allowed:

1. Twin headsails set on two poles for downwind sailing.

  1. A whisker pole of suitable size for the largest rated headsail may be carried without penalty, but may not be used with the spinnaker.
  2. Asymmetrical spinnakers as included in the PHRF rating.

4. Self-steering and autopilots.

PROTESTS

Protests shall be submitted in writing according to the form prescribed by the RRS and delivered to the Race Committee within two hours of the finish time of the protesting yacht. Penalties for infringements of the rules shall be in accordance with Appendix A and Rule 44.3. All skippers involved will be notified by phone. The protest hearing will be Wednesday, March 29, at 7:00 p.m. at the Golden Gate Yacht Club.

 

 

 

 

BAY AREA MULTIHULL ASSOCIATION

John Kocol � Regatta Chairman

www.sfbama.org

jkocol@tsisoft.com

510-521-7067

 

Waiver, Release, and Indemnification

In consideration of the acceptance of my entry in the 2000 Doublehanded Farallones Race:

1. I certify that I am over the age of 18 and agree to comply with all rules and regulations and the race instructions of the Race Committee, the race sponsors and BAMA, the International and Inland Rules, and other rules under which the race is sailed.

2. I, for myself, my executors, administrators, heirs, next of kin, successors, and assigns,

(a) waive and release any and all claims that I may have against its Committee, and their officers, directors, members, committee volunteers, employees, and agents, or any one or more of them or their executors, administrators, heirs, next of kin, successors, or assigns (the Releasees) including any and all claims for damage caused by the negligence of any of them, arising out of my participation or that of my yacht in the race and its related activities, including prestart and post finish operation, together with any costs including attorneys’ fees that may be incurred as a result of any such claim whether valid or not, and

(b) indemnify and hold harmless the Releasees and each of them against any such claim that I or the officers or members of my crew or my guests or any one or more of them or my or their executors, administrators, heirs, next of kin, successors, or assigns may have or assert and against any cost including attorneys’ fees with respect thereto;

3. I acknowledge that I have sole responsibility for the safety of my yacht and crew.

4. I acknowledge that after arrival at the finish line of this race, my yacht may, at my request if such service is available, be led by or be taken on tow by a boat operated for the convenience of race sponsors or BAMA, and be led or towed to its mooring, or at my request, may take such a committee member aboard (who shall become a member of my crew) to assist in entering the harbor and mooring, all without charge or expense to me; in consideration of the rendering of any such service to me and without limiting the generality of the waiver, release, and indemnity above, I hereby agree that should my yacht be damaged in any manner or to any extent by reason of such leading, towing, or other assistance, neither the boat, the owner thereof, the Releasees, nor any of them, shall have any liability or responsibility whatsoever to me by reason of or as a result of such damage (including damage caused by the negligence of any of them), and I hereby waive, and agree not to assert, any claim therefor.

5. I hereby agree that the above named yacht will be outfitted and equipped in accordance with the “Conditions for the 2000 Doublehanded Farallones, Race,” and I further recognize and agree to thoroughly familiarize myself and crew with and be bound by and obey all the “Rules and Regulations” of the Committee governing this race. I have read and executed the Waiver, Release, and Indemnification Form with the entry form, and I have made my crew aware of the above conditions, dangers, and liabilities.

 

 

 

Owner�s Signature Date

 

 

Crew’s Signature Date

Mail entry to the Race registrar: Randy Devol

96 Flynn Ave Unit A

Mountain View CA 94043

650-964-6024

Enclose:1. Signed copy of Waiver and Release

2. Registration Form

3. CY 2000 YRA PHRF certificate

2. $45.00 for USSA members and $55.00 for non-members. Entries received after March 10, 2000 will be $55.00 for USSA members and $65.00 for non-members. Entry fee includes participation mementos for skipper and crew that will be available at the Skipper�s meeting and the Trophy presentation.

3. Please specify the sizes of skipper and crew on the line below.

small medium large X large

APPLICATION FOR RACE ENTRY

DOUBLEHANDED FARALLONES RACE

MARCH 25, 2000

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Skipper�s Name:

Mailing Address

Skipper�s Home Phone

Skipper�s Work Phone

Skipper�s E mail address

Yacht Club Affiliation

Crew’s Name

Crew�s Mailing Address

Crew�s Phone

Crew�s E mail address

Name and address of person to be notified in an emergency

Emergency Phone:

Team Name:

Yacht Name:

Yacht Make or Model

Sail Number

Length Overall

Beam

Waterline Length

Power

Type Rig

Displacement

Date Built

Construction Material

Hull Color

Deck Color

Where Berthed

Berth Number

Registration Number

Home Port

Division (Multihull, ULDB, or PHRF)

2000 PHRF Rating

Team�s Yacht Club:

Yacht #1 Name: Division:

Yacht #2 Name: Division:

Yacht #3 Name: Division:

Your comments or suggestions:

Important Race Notes!

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TWENTY FIRST ANNUAL DOUBLEHANDED FARALLONES RACE

 
MARCH 25, 2000 – 58 miles

Overall Time-on-Time Results

Sail Number Boat Name PHRF Division Start Finish Time Seconds TOT Corrected PHRF Corrected
28137 Motorcycle Irene 135 2 ULDB 8:25 18:07:52 34972 33103 27142
51 Wetspot 150 7 Moore 24 8:50 18:46:45 35805 33133 27105
18242 Umpqua 150 7 Moore 24 8:50 18:49:05 35945 33263 27245
7764 was 87065 AFM 90 1 ULDB 8:20 17:29:34 32974 33515 27754
18245 Chesapeake 168 6 PHRF 8:45 19:05:08 37208 33530 27464
8444 Swamp Donkey 129 2 ULDB 8:25 18:10:04 35104 33535 27622
39 Kangaroo Court 150 7 Moore 24 8:50 18:56:02 36362 33648 27662
69232 Shark Attack 90 1 ULDB 8:20 17:32:57 33177 33721 27957
117 Half Off 150 7 Moore 24 8:50 19:00:00 36600 33869 27900
34 Low Profile 150 7 Moore 24 8:50 19:01:34 36694 33956 27994
101 Csardas 150 7 Moore 24 8:50 19:01:47 36707 33968 28007
37894 Emerald 174 6 PHRF 8:45 19:21:19 38179 34108 28087
81 Ngelew Fejj 150 7 Moore 24 8:50 19:07:09 37029 34266 28329
150 Hot Soup 150 7 Moore 24 8:50 19:07:11 37031 34267 28331
27 Free Fall 150 7 Moore 24 8:50 19:08:05 37085 34317 28385
8830 Chelonia 177 6 PHRF 8:45 19:30:32 38732 34453 28466
18841 Sorcerer 162 6 PHRF 8:45 19:17:31 37951 34501 28555
6100 Eyrie 168 6 PHRF 8:45 19:23:36 38316 34529 28572
74 Wingit 15 multi 8:55 17:50:18 32118 34565 31248
8666 Starbuck 150 2 ULDB 8:25 18:47:43 37363 34575 28663
77690 E Type 135 2 ULDB 8:25 18:33:48 36528 34576 28698
68 Killer 129 2 ULDB 8:25 18:28:35 36215 34597 28733
3 Silkye 138 5 PHRF 8:40 18:52:43 36763 34640 28759
18283 Opus 129 2 ULDB 8:25 18:29:22 36262 34642 28780
18360 Salty Hotel 135 2 ULDB 8:25 18:35:04 36604 34648 28774
27061 Tri Hold’n on 21 multi 8:55 17:57:03 32523 34657 31305
18723 Andiamo 135 2 ULDB 8:25 18:35:27 36627 34670 28797
18663 Surfari 135 2 ULDB 8:25 18:36:05 36665 34706 28835
52 Sabrina 180 6 PHRF 8:45 19:38:28 39208 34727 28768
74 Baleineau 159 2 ULDB 8:25 18:59:10 38050 34744 28828
28050 El Raton 123 2 ULDB 8:25 18:26:01 36061 34771 28927
77646 Kiwi Sanctuary 90 1 ULDB 8:20 17:50:35 34235 34796 29015
2 Uno 141 5 PHRF 8:40 18:59:45 37185 34879 29007
31657 Space Cowboy 96 1 ULDB 8:20 17:58:39 34719 34944 29151
29 True Grits 129 2 ULDB 8:25 18:35:07 36607 34971 29125
28130 Captain George Thomas 168 6 PHRF 8:45 19:32:04 38824 34987 29080
49 Color Blind 150 7 Moore 24 8:50 19:20:43 37843 35019 29143
8267 Spridle 150 7 Moore 24 8:50 19:21:00 37860 35035 29160
84 Nobody’s Girl 150 7 Moore 24 8:50 19:21:02 37862 35036 29162
28 Ja Mon -45 multi 8:55 16:54:23 28763 35143 31373
28219 Family Hour 96 1 ULDB 8:20 18:04:05 35045 35273 29477
67519 Timber Wolf 84 3 PHRF 8:30 18:03:52 34432 35344 29560
USA 19 E.T. 78 1 ULDB 8:20 17:49:15 34155 35412 29631
67248 Foxx Fyre 159 6 PHRF 8:45 19:31:35 38795 35424 29573
111 Charade 84 1 ULDB 8:20 17:55:29 34529 35444 29657
184 Sail a Vie 150 5 PHRF 8:40 19:22:31 38551 35674 29851
28261 Azure 114 4 PHRF 8:35 18:43:49 36529 35722 29917
3 California Zephyr 135 2 ULDB 8:25 18:54:05 37745 35728 29915
Z186 Salt Shaker 72 3 PHRF 8:30 17:58:55 34135 35749 29959
42637 X-Dream 57 1 ULDB 8:20 17:34:31 33271 35750 29965
8941 Run Wild 96 1 ULDB 8:20 18:12:45 35565 35796 29997
97479 Razzberries 99 3 PHRF 8:30 18:26:03 35763 35821 30021
157 Walloping Swede 84 1 ULDB 8:20 18:01:39 34899 35823 30027
28464 Picante 159 2 ULDB 8:25 19:21:08 39368 35947 30146
21 Blue Chip 6 1 ULDB 8:20 16:48:59 30539 35997 30191
8398 Moonshine 129 2 ULDB 8:25 18:54:30 37770 36082 30288
28451 Starfire 153 5 PHRF 8:40 19:33:25 39205 36118 30331
37368 Amanda 174 6 PHRF 8:45 20:00:19 40519 36199 30427
28167 Mintaka 135 5 PHRF 8:40 19:18:46 38326 36278 30496
28227 White Knuckler 102 1 ULDB 8:20 18:26:51 36411 36294 30495
28705 Oeno 81 1 ULDB 8:20 18:06:27 35187 36299 30489
325 Antares 129 4 PHRF 8:35 19:09:36 38076 36375 30594
8238 Coast Starlight Ltd. 156 5 PHRF 8:40 19:42:35 39755 36462 30707
18300 Scotch Mist 120 4 PHRF 8:35 19:05:40 37840 36658 30880
222 Sabertooth 84 1 ULDB 8:20 18:15:54 35754 36701 30882
8457 Fat Bob 123 4 PHRF 8:35 19:09:38 38078 36716 30944
8383 Beat to Quarters 96 1 ULDB 8:20 18:29:04 36544 36781 30976
18987 Coyote 69 3 PHRF 8:30 18:13:44 35024 36867 31022
28900 Scorpio 36 1 ULDB 8:20 17:31:52 33112 36923 31024
28290 Friday Harbor 72 3 PHRF 8:30 18:17:41 35261 36929 31085
98 Cookie Jar 150 7 Moore 24 8:50 19:56:05 39965 36983 31265
792 Skol 228 6 PHRF 8:45 21:10:25 44725 37072 31501
8529 Quicksilver 102 3 PHRF 8:30 18:53:01 37381 37261 31465
18431 Melange 72 3 PHRF 8:30 18:31:44 36104 37812 31928
692 Strange Bird 102 3 PHRF 8:30 19:07:56 38276 38153 32360
87280 Joe 42 1 ULDB 8:20 17:56:55 34615 38187 32179
7973 Mossie Estelle 150 5 PHRF 8:40 20:08:19 41299 38217 32599
28910 Erin -51 multi 8:55 17:36:49 31309 38253 34267
8 Ahara 15 1 ULDB 8:20 17:36:23 33383 38687 32513
8557 Bumpy 129 4 PHRF 8:35 19:53:29 40709 38890 33227
2115 Copernicus 144 5 PHRF 8:40 20:15:43 41743 38977 33391
18715 Blue Max 138 5 PHRF 8:40 20:09:50 41390 39000 33386
59900 Setanta 72 3 PHRF 8:30 18:54:22 37462 39234 33286
486 Confetti 45 3 PHRF 8:30 18:26:06 35766 39248 33156
338 Sunquest 264 6 PHRF 8:45 22:49:06 50646 40052 35334
28154 Sundowner -24 1 ULDB 8:20 17:21:20 32480 40600 33872
6327 Cohiba 210 6 PHRF 8:45 22:14:45 48585 41264 36405
7 Defiance -45 multi 8:55 18:18:52 33832 41336 36442
37146 True North 117 4 PHRF 8:35 20:23:49 42529 41394 35743
582 Imi Loa 153 5 PHRF 8:40 21:12:28 45148 41593 36274
H380 Iowa 117 4 PHRF 8:35 20:28:00 42780 41638 35994
31109 Committed 150 5 PHRF 8:40 21:13:30 45210 41836 36510
142 Mystic 183 6 PHRF 8:45 22:08:11 48191 42501 37577
71 More Toise 120 4 PHRF 8:35 21:05:01 45001 43595 38041
18098 Crinan 177 6 PHRF 8:45 22:27:56 49376 43921 39110
130 Convergence -72 1 ULDB 8:20 17:11:00 31860 44092 36036
28272 Juanita 156 5 PHRF 8:40 22:06:28 48388 44380 39340
28534 Polaris -60 1 ULDB 8:20 17:50:05 34205 46102 37685
747 Winsome 138 5 PHRF 8:40 22:22:01 49321 46473 41317
28697 Temerity 105 4 PHRF 8:35 21:36:12 46872 46497 40782
49471 Mayonaise 102 3 PHRF 8:30 21:40:06 47406 47254 41490
6791 was 1671 Amante 150 5 PHRF 8:40 22:57:15 51435 47597 42735
87377 My Rubber Ducky 90 1 ULDB 8:20 DNF DNF DNF DNF
18771 Crazy Rhythm 141 2 ULDB 8:25 DNF DNF DNF DNF
28526 Farallone Flyer 135 5 PHRF 8:40 DNF DNF DNF DNF
28178 Alegria 153 6 PHRF 8:45 DNF DNF DNF DNF
28861 Na Na 84 3 PHRF 8:30 DNS DNS DNS DNS
28340 Red Sky 105 4 PHRF 8:35 DNS DNS DNS DNS
28243 Captain’s Musick 150 5 PHRF 8:40 DNS DNS DNS DNS
19 Adelante 195 6 PHRF 8:45 DNS DNS DNS DNS
113 Cumulus 162 6 PHRF 8:45 DNS DNS DNS DNS
18294 Friday’s Eagle 180 6 PHRF 8:45 DNS DNS DNS DNS
33 Popeye & I 165 6 PHRF 8:45 DNS DNS DNS DNS
68 Gruntled 150 7 Moore 24 8:50 DNS DNS DNS DNS
76 Jimmy Riddle 150 7 Moore 24 8:50 DNS DNS DNS DNS
102 Minnow 150 7 Moore 24 8:50 DNS DNS DNS DNS
69170 Sputnik 144 7 Moore 24 8:50 DNS DNS DNS DNS
129 UFO 144 7 Moore 24 8:50 DNS DNS DNS DNS

Last Updated on 7/4/00
By Randy Devol
Email: randyd@bypass.us.com