Long Beach, Calif. (April 30, 2011) – The first day of the Intercollegiate Sailing Association’s (ICSA) Coed Semifinals, where the 36 top college sailing teams in the country gathered to compete in order to vie for spots to the ICSA/Gill Coed National Championships May 30 – June 1 at the Gorge in Cascade Locks, Oregon, began with close to an hour delay this morning due to dueling winds. Once the breeze filled in from the southerly direction it provided an excellent sea breeze that ranged from 5 knots to 12 knots throughout the day with gusts to 16 knots. Six races were completed for both events in both A and B divisions. With sunny skies and warm temperatures, it was an excellent day for racing.
This is a reminder that today is the deadline for Entry to the ICSA Semi Finals. It is also the deadline for T-shirt Orders and Food Packages. Entry comes with 6 food packages. If your team will be larger than 6 please make sure that you register for additional food packages. We also welcome parents and other spectators and visitors to join in the food and t-shirt orders.
The "father" of College Sailing on the West Coast, Bob Allan, passed away last Friday, September 11, 2009.
The past, present and future of collegiate sailing met in Long Beach, California, as participants in the first-ever collegiate sailing championship in California history met to celebrate the 60th anniversary of that regatta.
(Honolulu, HI) – Robert M. Allan, Jr., of Pebble Beach, was honored for his forty years of “Father of Collegiate Sailing on the Pacific Coast.”
A hundred friends and colleagues from Boston to Hawaii gathered at the San Diego Yacht Club for a “Collegiate Sailors Reunion” marking the fortieth anniversary of the first formal west coast collegiate regatta, which was sailed at Newport Harbor, spearheaded by Bob. Allan.
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