PYC 2014 Spring Regatta, NOR

PHRF Spring Regatta

May 17& 18, 2014

Pontchartrain Yacht Club •140 Jackson Ave. • Mandeville, Louisiana 70448

985-626-3192 • www.pontyc.org

NOTICE OF RACE

1. Rules:All races will be governed by the 2013-2016 Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS) and the Prescriptions of the United States Sailing Association.

2. Eligibility: All PHRF boats are invited.

3. Registration: Registration will be held at the club on May 17, 2014 beginning at 0900.

4. Fees: Entry fee will be $10.00.

Saturday May 17, 2014

0930 Skipper’s Meeting

1055 Warning Signal for the day’s first start.

Sunday May 18, 2014

1025 Warning Signal for the day’s first start with one race to follow.

Awards ceremony will be as soon as possible following the conclusion of all races.

5. Number of Races:

We will attempt 3 races with one race constituting a regatta

PYC PHRF Summer Series schedule

Pontchartrain Yacht Club •140 Jackson Ave. • Mandeville, Louisiana 70448

985-626-3192 • www.pontyc.org

NOTICE OF RACE

1. Rules:All races will be governed by the 2013-2016 Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS) and the Prescriptions of the United States Sailing Association.

2. Eligibility: All PHRF boats are invited.

3. Registration: Registration will be held at the club on Saturday June 7, 2014 beginning at 0900.

4. Fees: Entry fee will be $25.00.

5. Schedule:

Summer Series #1

Saturday June 7, 2014

0930 Skipper’s Meeting

1055 Warning Signal for the day’s first start.

 

Summer Series #2

Saturday July 12, 2014

0930 Skipper’s Meeting

1055 Warning Signal for the day’s first start.

 

Summer Series #3

Saturday July 26, 2014

0930 Skipper’s Meeting

1055 Warning Signal for the day’s first start.

Summer Series #4

Saturday August 2, 2014

0930 Skipper’s Meeting

1055 Warning Signal for the day’s first start.

Summer Series #5; Skipperette Races; Boats must be skippered by female driver.

Saturday August 23, 2014

0930 Skipper’s Meeting

1055 Warning Signal for the day’s first start.

6. Number of Races:

Ten races will be attempted. Each boat my throw out two races. Four races shall constitute a regatta.

7. Awards:

Awards ceremonies will be held each Saturday as soon as possible following the conclusion of all races for that day. The winning boat for each race shall receive an award and there shall be a first, second and third place award given to the first, second and third place finishers for the entire series.

The Turkey Regatta, 2013

PHRF Fall Series

a/k/a

THE TURKEY REGATTA

November 16th & 17th, 2013

Pontchartrain Yacht Club •140 Jackson Ave. • Mandeville, Louisiana 70448

985-626-3192 • www.pontyc.org

NOTICE OF RACE

1. Rules:All races will be governed by the 2013-2016 Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS) and the Prescriptions of the United States Sailing Association.

2. Eligibility: All PHRF boats are invited.

 

3. Registration: Registration will be held at the club on November 16, 2013 beginning at 0900.

 

4. Fees: Entry fee will be $10.00.

 

Saturday November 16, 2013

0930 Skipper’s Meeting

1055 Warning Signal for the day’s first start.

**Annual meeting at 1600 with a grill night to follow.**

 

Sunday November 17, 2013

1025 Warning Signal for the day’s first start with one race to follow.

Awards ceremony will be as soon as possible following the conclusion of all races.

5. Number of Races:

We will attempt 3 races with one race constituting a regatta

Path to the Podium

2013 Olympic Sailing Night Series Announced

Path to the Podium Poster Unveiled

 Portsmouth, R.I. (June 18, 2013) – This summer young sailors will learn first-hand about the many pathways to Olympic sailing success as Olympians, medalists, coaches and leaders from the U.S. Olympic Sailing Program—such as JJ Fetter, Josh Adams, Andrew Campbell, Luther Carpenter and Leandro Spina—speak during “Olympic Sailing Night”, a series of speaking events held in collaboration with US Sailing’s national junior championship events. The series began during the California International Sailing Association (CISA) Advanced Racing Clinic, in April, and included nights during the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) National Championships and Sail Newport’s Brooke E. Gonzalez Advanced Racing Clinic. Full details are available on line at http://bit.ly/OSNight13

“Central to our long-term strategy is building the base of high-performance sailors in this country,” said Josh Adams, Managing Director of U.S. Olympic Sailing. “We feel that it is important young sailors with Olympic sailing aspirations hear first-hand how they can chart their own Olympic pathway. We have put together a knowledgeable slate of speakers, and look forward to meeting and working with the many youth sailors looking to represent Team USA in 2020, 2024 and beyond.”

In addition to the speaking series, sailors at US Sailing’s USA Junior Olympic Sailing Festivals will receive a “Path to the Podium” poster outlining the various pathways in Olympic sailing. The poster focuses on three key stages, beginning with “skill builders”, the many junior classes and organizations across US Sailing that successfully draw thousands of young Americans into sailboat racing. The next critical stage features the six Olympic development classes endorsed by the Olympic Sailing Committee. The third stage is Olympic class training and racing at the level of US Sailing Team Sperry Top-Sider. In its 17th season, USA Junior Olympic Sailing Festivals is a nationwide series of regattas for youth, ages 8 to 21. There are 23 regattas slated for 2013 and over 4,000 sailors are expected to participate. Sailors can download the poster in PDF format here.

The four upcoming events are open to competitors at each of the youth championships. Regatta information, including a list of competitors, is available online at http://championships.ussailing.org/Youth.htm

 

Olympic Sailing Night 2013 Schedule

June 25, Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club

Junior Women’s Doublehanded Championship – JJ Fetter

 

July 18, Beverly Yacht Club

U.S. Junior Women’s Singlehanded Championship – Josh Adams

 

August 5, Houston Yacht Club

US Sailing’s Chubb U.S. Junior Championships – Andrew Campbell, Luther Carpenter

 

August 13, Corpus Christi Yacht Club

U.S. Youth Sailing Championships – Josh Adams, Andrew Campbell, Leandro Spina

 

 

About the Speakers

 

Josh Adams is the Managing Director of U.S. Olympic Sailing, leading US Sailing Team Sperry Top-Sider to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Adams has an extensive background in Olympic sailing. As an elite competitor and member of the U.S. Sailing Team in 1995-96, he finished second at the 1996 Olympic Trials in the 470. He has been a member of the Olympic Sailing Committee since 2005. He was a three-time ICSA All-American at Tufts University, where he graduated from in 1994. Adams led his team to two ICSA Team Racing National Championships. He is also a Team Racing World Champion and was a sailor/coach for New York Yacht Club’s Young America’s Cup Challenge in 2000.

 

Andrew Campbell   was a member of the 2008 Olympic Team in the Laser, and a member of the US Sailing Team in the Laser and Star classes (2001-2011). His career highlights include a gold medal at the 2007 Pan American Games (Laser); gold medal at the 2005 World University Games; and a gold medal at the ISAF Youth World Championship (Laser). He is the 2006 College Sailor of the Year and a four-time All American at Georgetown University, where he earned a B.S. in Foreign Service. Andrew is a professional sailor and coach, a member of the Olympic Sailing Committee, U.S. Olympic Sailing’s Youth Development Advisor and the director of the annual CISA Advanced Racing Clinic held in Long Beach, Calif.
Luther Carpenter has been an Olympic coach at US Sailing for over 20 years and attended six Olympic Games with Team USA. His Olympic coaching career started before the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games where he was the training partner for Charlie McKee and John Shadden, who went on to win a bronze medal in the Men’s 470. Since then, Carpenter has had a direct hand in Team USA’s continued success, including serving as coach to Anna Tunnicliffe when she won a gold medal in the Laser Radial at the 2008 Beijing Games. He serves as the Senior Olympic Coach for U.S. Olympic Sailing.

 

JJ Fetter competed as a skipper in the Women’s 470 in two Olympic Games for Team USA. She won a Bronze Medal with crew Pamela Healy in the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona and a Silver Medal with crew Pease Glaser in Sydney in 2000.  She is a multiple National, European and World Champion and is a four-time Rolex Yachtswoman of the Year.  JJ became a Board member of US Sailing in 2012 and is a member of the Olympic Sailing Committee.

Leandro Spina has been an Olympic coach at US Sailing since 2008 and currently focuses on the multihull program. During 2008-2012, Leandro coached the Star teams in the lead-up and at the 2012 Olympic Games. Leandro also serves as the Youth Development Director. He coaches the US Sailing Development Team, which most recently won three silver medals at the 2011 ISAF Youth World Championships.

About US Sailing

The United States Sailing Association (US Sailing), the national governing body for sailing, provides leadership, integrity, and growth for the sport in the United States. Founded in 1897 and headquartered in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, US Sailing is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization. US Sailing offers training and education programs for instructors and race officials, supports a wide range of sailing organizations and communities, issues offshore rating certificates, and provides administration and oversight of competitive sailing across the country, including National Championships and the US Sailing Team Sperry Top-Sider. For more information, please visit www.ussailing.org.