Outlook for Tuesday, July 20

July 20, 2010 7:45 am

With the Team Racing portion of the event complete, we’re now moving on to the Girls National Championship. 87 girls sail one day of fleet racing for the Girls National Championship.

Fleet Course DiagramNow that we’ve switched to fleet racing, we’re also going to be using a different course. It’s more of a trapezoid and a diagram can be found here.

Sailgroove will continue their on-the-water live broadcast of the event. The morning preview show will start at 0930 with the first race being broadcast live at 1030.

Anna Tunnicliffe To Attend Girls Nationals 2010 and Present Awards

Photo Credit: US Sailing

This evening following racing will be awards and a competitor’s dinner. Anna Tunnicliffe, an Olympic gold-medal winning Laser sailor will be here to talk to competitors and to help hand out awards.

While the girls are sailing, the rest of the boys and green fleet sailors will be arriving, getting measured and checked in. Many of them will be heading out on the race course for practice. Keep an eye on the webcam to see a lot of boats going in and out of the creek this afternoon.


  • Fleet Nationals Sailing Amendment #1 has been posted to the Fleet Nationals notice board (under 7/19).


  • 0900-1800 Fleet Nationals Measurement and Checkin
  • 0930 Girls Skippers’ Meeting
  • 1030 Girls First Warning
  • 1500 No warning after this time
  • 1800 Fleet Nationals Opening Ceremony, Girls Awards and Girls Competitors Dinner


Today we’re expecting a high of 94 degrees. We’ll have light west winds 4-8mph most of the morning. Partly cloudy skies in the early afternoon. The sea breeze will not come in until late in the afternoon and may not come at all due to a few fronts expected to reach our area in the late evening hours.


Water temperature is 81.6. High tide is at 7:15pm. Low tide is at 1:02pm.

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