Racing Results

2017 Race Results

October 15 The last race of the season was a great fall day with gusty winds out of the NNW. Six boats raced the three races with only one capsize after the third race. The results:
LESZEK VINCENT – 1st, 1st and 1st
PAUL RUDDER & Janet Weckenborg – 2nd, 2nd and 3rd
GENE VOGEL – 3rd, 3rd and 2nd
LIBBY SITZES – 4th, 4th and 4th
JASON WALTERS & Doug Van Camp – 5th, 5th and 6th
DAN GOLDSTEIN & Claire Baffault – 6th, 6th and 5th

October 8, 2017 – 2nd Fall Series Race
Beautiful fall day in Mid-Missouri with sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 70’s. The winds fluctuated from the east to the use and were fickle at best. The Blue Boats dominated the day with Gene Vogel, Leszek Vincent and Jim Crabtree sharing he top three finishes in the three races. The results for the day were as follows:
GENE VOGEL (Megabyte) 1st, 2nd and 1st
LESZEK VINCENT (Megabute) 3rd, 1st, and 2nd
JIM CRABTREE (Flying Scot) with Muriel Vincent as crew 2nd, 3rd and 3rd
SCOTT PAISLY (JY15) with Brandon Paisly as crew, 5th, 6th and 5th
LIBBY SITZES (Flying Scot) with Paul Rudder as crew, 4th, 5th and 7th
GEORGE MCDONALD (Flying Scot) with Steve Meyer as crew, 6th, 7th and 4th
JANET WECKENBORG (Megabyte) 7th, 4th and 6th

October 1st – Fall Series
Wonderful fall day for sailing with winds 8-14 out of the south east. Three races were held for the fall series. The results were as follows:
Leszek Vincent (Megabyte) 1st, 1st and 1st
Gene Vogel (Megabyte) 5th, 2nd, 3rd
George McDonald & Steve VanDoren (Flying Scot) 3rd, 3rd and 5th
Paul Rudder & Cindy Rudder (JY15) 2nd, 6th and 4th
Libby Sitzes & Trista Reeves (Flying Scot) 7th, 4th and 2nd
Jamie & Steve Rasmussen (JY15) 6th, 5th and 6th
Jason Walters, Doug Van Camp & John Morgan (Flying Scot) 4th, 7th and 8th
Claire Baffault & Courtney Cannon (JY15) 8th, 8th and 7th

The 8th Annual Mayor’s Cup Regatta was held on September 16, 2017.
The weather was perfect for the regatta with an 8mph – 10 mph breeze out of the south. As the day progressed the winds built a bit and provided some lively gusts. The temperatures were in the mid 80’s and the sun shined all day!
The morning One Design races started at 10AM. Three races were held and the Class winners were:
Flying Scot Fleet – Jim Crabtree with Muriel Vincent as crew
JY15 – Paul Rudder with Steve Meyer as crew
Megabyte – Leszek Vincent

Our grill master was Cindy Rudder providing a great pork dish. Plenty of sides arrive to compliment the meat. Plenty of social time was enjoyed prior to the Mayor’s Cup 2PM start time.

The Mayors Cup consisted of three races with eleven boats racing. Leszek Vincent took the honors of winning the cup. The first five places were as follows:
1st – Leszek Vincent (Megabyte)
2nd ` Gene Vogel (Megabyte)
3rd – Scott Paisly with Brenden Paisley (JY15)
4th – Don Milner (Megabyte)
5th – Jamie & Steve Rasmussen (Flying Scot)

Mayor Tergin presented the Mayor’s Cup to Leszek Vincent and complimented the Capital City Sailing Associtation on the quality, well organized event. Thanks also go to Jim & Sara Crabtree and Muriel Vincent for their race committee duties.

June 17th

The final race of the spring series had wonderful winds sunny skies and eight boats on the starting line. The winds were SSW at 7-14MPH. Temperatures we high but the breeze over the water kept the sailors cool.

A special Thank You to Doug VanCamp and Fran Quinn for manning the committee boat! Doug also did a spectacular job on lunch! Thanks you Doug and all those who contributed to our meal and refreshments. Thanks to Steve Meyer for working with Coca Cola and their donation of bottled water for the day. The results:

Race 1-
1st- Leszek V skipper, Megabyte
2nd- Jim Crabtree skipper, Gene Reed crew, Flying Scot
3rd- Scott Pasley skipper (single hand), JY15
4th- Gene Vogel, Megabyte
5th- Dan Goldstein skipper, Claire Baffaut crew, JY15
6th- Paul Rudder skipper (single hand), JY15
7th- Libby Stizes skipper, Jim Quinn crew, Flying Scot
8th- George McDonald skipper, Jason Walters crew, Flying Scot
9th- Janet Weckenborg skipper, Megabyte

Race 2-
1st- Leszek V skipper, Megabyte
2nd- Jim Crabtree skipper, Gene Reed crew, Flying Scot
3rd – Janet Weckenborg skipper, Megabyte
4th- Paul Rudder skipper (single hand), JY15
5th-Gene Vogel, Megabyte
6th- Dan Goldstein skipper, Claire Baffaut crew, JY15
7th- Libby Stizes skipper, Jim Quinn crew, Flying Scot
8th- George McDonald skipper, Jason Walters crew, Flying Scot
9th- Scott Pasley skipper (single hand), JY15

Race 3-
1st- Leszek V skipper, Megabyte
2nd- Jim Crabtree skipper, Gene Reed crew, Flying Scot
3rd- Dan Goldstein skipper, Claire Baffaut crew, JY15
4th- Janet Weckenborg skipper, Megabyte
5th- Paul Rudder skipper (single hand), JY15
6th- Libby Stizes skipper, Jim Quinn crew, Flying Scot
7th- Scott Pasley skipper (single hand), JY15
8th-Gene Vogel, Megabyte
9th- George McDonald skipper, Jason Walters crew, Flying Scot

June 3rd
The winds were light and fickle but we were able to get three races in for the day. In fact, the wind settled in for the third race.
RACE RESULTS:
Leszek Vincent 1-1-1
Scott Pasley 3-3-2
Gene Vogel 2-2-6
Doug Van Camp 6-6-4
Christiana Quinn 8-5-3
Libby Stizes 4-7-7
Claire Baffaut 5-8-5
Ryan K. 7-4-8
George McDonald DNS-9-9
MAY 20th
This past Sunday went well- and fast! It was a gusty day- with a lot of action! We had a couple boats going over and lots of practice “righting” the boats. All in all- it was a fun day. Fast sailing and good racing!
Because of all the action, we were able to get only two races in, here are the RESULTS:
Congratulations to Christiane who “carried the day” along with Jim as her crew-

Race 1
1st- Christiane Quinn skipper, Jim Quinn crew, JY15
2nd- Leszek V skipper, megabyte
3rd- Doug V skipper, Libby Stizes/Janet W/Jason Walters crew, FS
4th- Paul R skipper single hand, JY15
5th- Dan Goldstein skipper, Claire Baffaut/Bruce Weyenberg crew, FS
6th- Scott Pasley skipper, Dan Felty crew, JY15
DSQ- early start was Gene Vogel, megabyte (he sailed great and actually finished 2nd but DSQ himself)
DNF- George McDonald skipper, Ryan King crew, FS

Race 2-
1st- Christiane Quinn skipper, Jim Quinn crew, JY15
2nd- Dan Goldstein skipper, Claire Baffaut/Bruce Weyenberg crew, FS
3rd- Doug V skipper, Libby Stizes/Janet W/Jason Walters crew, FS
4th- Scott Pasley skipper, skipper single hand, JY15
5th- Leszek V skipper, megabyte
6th- Gene Vogel, megabyte
DNS- Paul Rudder
DNS- George McDonald

Race 3-
Cancelled due to time- we were tired!

2016 CAPTITAL CITY SAILING ASSOCIATION AWARDS

While the winter’s winds blew and the temperature hovered at freezing, the Capital City Sailing Association (CCSA) held its annual Winter Gathering that includes the presentation of the 2016 sailing season sailing awards. CCSA hosts competitive sailing races to foster friendly competition, camaraderie while improving sailing skills.

The 2016 sailing awards were comprised of eight races in the spring, eight races in the fall and a total of sixteen races overall. The recipients were:

Spring Series;
1st place- Jim Crabtree
2nd place – Leszek Vincent
3rd place – Gene Vogel
4th Place – Paul Rudder.

Fall Series:
1st place- Paul Rudder
2nd place – Leszek Vincent
3rd place – Gene Vogel
4th Place Jim Crabtree.

Overall Standings:
1st place- Leszek Vincent
2nd place – Jim Crabtree
3rd place – Gene Vogel
4th Place Paul Rudder.

Additionally, the sailing association recognized those members’ leadership achievements. CCSA Commodore presented the following awards to uplift the attributes and achievements to the following members: Dan Goldstein received the Most Improved Sailor Award, Gene Vogel received the 2106 Commodore’s Award for leadership, George McDonald received the Kris Rickets Award for Service; and Dan Goldstein received an award for the most spectacular capsize.
Congratulations to these sailors for their 2016 achievements!

October 15
The last fall series of races was one of the best sailing days of the season. Temperatures were near 80, the humidity was low and the winds were up. A southern breeze of 8 – 12 MPH made for quick but fun races. Nine boats were sailing the three races and the results were as follows:
C. Baffaut / D. Goldstein 7-9-8
Jim Crabtree 4-4-4
George McDonald 6-8-7
Beth Otto 2-3-2
Cristina Quinn 5-5-5
Paul Rudder 3-2-3
Leszek Vincent 1-1-1
Gene Vogel 5-6-6
Janet Weckenborg 8-8-9

October 2nd
Sunday was the second race day in the fall series. The weather was a challenge as the winds were very light. We managed to get six boats to the starting line and race two races. While leads changed throughout the day and near wins became third and fourth place finishes with quickly appearing “holes” we had fun and maintained a sense of humor. The days finishes were as follows:
Jim Crabtree 4th and 2nd
Ryan King 6th & 6th
George McDonald 1st & 4th
Paul Rudder 3rd & 3rd
Gene Vogel 2nd & 1st
Janet Weckenborg 5th & 5th

2016 Mayors Cup Regatta

September 10th was a perfect day for the sailing event. The temperatures were in the mid 70’s and the wind was 10 – 14 mph out of the north west. Three races for the one design classes were helpd in the morning which included the Megbytes, JY15’s and Flying Scots. The One-Design honors went to Leszeck Vincent – Megabytes, Paul Rudder – JY15’s and Dan Felty in the Flying Scots.

After a wonderful pork-loin grilled lunch the Mayors Cup Races got underway. Three races were conducted for nine contestants. The five top finishers were:
1st Leszek Vincent
2nd Scott Pasley
3rd Christiana Quinn
4th Jim Crabtree
5th Paul Rudder

Spring Series Final Results
An excellent Spring Series qualified 11 skippers. The twelve races were scored and resulted in the following ranking of CCSA skippers:
1st Jim Crabtree 26 pts.
2nd Leszek Vincent 39.25 pts
3rd Gene Vogel 41.75 pts.
4th Paul Rudder 47 pts
5th Scott Pasley 71 pts
6th George McDonald 74 pts
7th Dan Goldstein 83 pts
8th Janet Weckenborg 91 pts
9th Beth Otto 98 pts
10th Christiana Quinn 101 pts
11th Doug Van Camp 104 pts

June 18th Race Results
The Final Races of the Spring Series was greeted with winds out of the east at 7 to 10 MPH. The race course was set by the race committee in a triangle with a slight start advantage at the pin end. The racing was excellent on this hot June Day. The results were as follows:
Jim Crabtree 1-2-2
Dan Goldstein 4-8-6
George McDonald 7-9-7
Beth Otto 6-3-8
Scott Pasley 10-4-4
Paul Rudder 3-7-5
Christiana Quinn 5-5-10
Leszek Vincent 2-1-1
Gene Vogel 7-6-3
Janet Weckenborg 8-9-9

June 4 Race Results
The third race of the Spring Series brought eitht baots to the line wih four being Megabytes. The winds were crazy as a front was passing through the area. The 180 degree shifts and flucuating 2 – 10 mph breezes only added to the drama. Positions changed frequently as the winds teased the fleet.
Jim Crabtree 4-4-2
Dan Goldstein 5-5-6
Gearge McDonald 7-8-8
Scott Pasley 6-6-4
Paul Rudder 3-2-3
Christiana Quinn 8-7-5
Leszek Vincent 2-1-1
Gene Vogel 1-3-7

MAY 14th Race Results
The southeasterly winds were light, with some nice gusts, and fluky but we were able to race. Seven boats came out for the three races with four Megabytes on the line! Positions changed frequently and we all sailed into the “holes” and watched the fleet sail by but patience prevailed as the last often became the first. The results were:
Jim Crabtree 3-3-1
George McDonald 5-5-4
Paul Rudder 4-6-5
Doug Van Camp 6-7-7
Leszek Vincent 2-1-2
Gene Vogel 1-2-3
Janet Weckenborg 7-4-6

The 2016 Sailing Season was intiated with strong southery winds on May 7th. The 8 – 18 mph winds made for fast races and some exciting moments. Eight boats started the three races – only one capsized on the last leg of the last race. The finshes for the day were:
Jim Crabtree – 3rd, 1st and 1st
Gene Vogel – 1st, 3rd and 3rd
Paul Rudder – 2nd, 2nd and 5th
Scott Pasley – 4th, 4th and 2nd
George McDonald – 5th, 5th and 4th
Doug Van Camp – 6th, 7th and 7th
Dan Goldstein – 8th, 8th and 6th
Janet Weckenborg – 7th, 6th and DNF

The 2015 Sailing Awards went to the top five places for the spring and a fall series of races this past year.
Janet Weckenborg 5th (tie) Overall – 6th Spring (tie) & 5th fall series
Steve Meyer 5th (tie) Overall – 8th Spring & 3rd (tie) Fall Series
Leszek Vincent 4th Overall – 6th Spring (tie) & 4th Fall series
Paul Rudder 3rd Overall – 7th Spring & 3rd Fall (tie) series
Gene Vogel 2nd Overall – 3rd Spring & 2nd Fall series
Jim Crabtree 1st overall – 1st Spring & 1st Fall series
Other Awards:
Most Improved Sailor – Gene Vogel
Dedicated Crew Award – Gwen Morris
Commodores Award for Outstanding Service – Doug Van Camp

Fall Race Series

October 18th – Last Race of the Fall Series – A beautiful fall day with Temperatures in the high the 60’s, clear skies and a south easterly breeze at 5mph to 15mph. Six boats were on the water for the last series race. Leszek Vincent dominated the racing with a 2nd, and two 1st place finishes. Jim Crabtree pulled a second overall with a 1st, 6th and 3rd place. Gene Vogel followed with a 4th, 4th and 2nd place. Christiana Quinn was a close third overall with a 3rd, 3rd and 5th place finishes. Dan Goldstein tied for third place with a 5th, 2nd and 4th place finish. Steve Meyer and Janet Weckenborg finished the day with a 6th, 5th and 6th place finish.

October 4th ushered in the 2nd Race of the Fall Series on a cool fall day. Winds were out of the NE at 6-10 MPH with an occasional gust of around 15MPH. Without the sunshine the 61 degree temperature felt pretty cool. Seven boats reported to the starting line and the days racing results were as follows:
Jim Crabtree sailing a Megabyte had three 1st Place finishes
Gene Vogel had three 2nd Place finishes with the Laser
Don Milner, sailing a Laser, was consistent with three 4th Place finishes
Steve Meyer sailed a Laser and finished the day with a 3rd, 5th and a 3rd
Janet Weckenborg sailed her Megabyte to a 6th, 3rd and 6th
Luc Goldstein sailed the Flying Scot to a 5th, 6th and 7th place finishes
Dan Goldstein – sailing a JY15 , finished with a 7th, 7th and 5th place.

6th Annual Mayor’s Cup Regatta top five awards were as follows:
Tie for 5th Place – Gene Vogel, CCSA / OYC sailing a Laser (14 pts)
4th Place Don Milner, OYC sailing a Laser (10 pts)
3rd Place Paul Rudder, CCSA sailing a Flying Scot (9 pts)
2nd Place Stephen Summers, OYC sailing a Butterfly (8 pts.)
1st Place Jim Crabtree, CCSA sailing a Megabyte (5.5 Pts.)

2015 Fall Series
The fall series got off to a great start on Sunday afternoon. The winds were out of the south at 6-8 mph and fairly steady. The hot afternoon was actually bearable on the water. Three windward – leeward races were run for the four boats sailing. The results:
Race 1 – 1st Jim Crabtree, 2nd Gene Vogel, 3rd Steve Meyer and 4th Janet Weckenborg
Race 2 – 1st Jim Crabtree, 2nd Steve Meyer, 3rd Gene Vogel and 4th Janet Weckenborg
Race 3 – 1st Jim Crabtree, 2nd Gene Vogel, 3rd Steve Meyer and 4th Janet Weckenborg

2015 Spring Series

June 20 – After a week of intense rain the sun worked it way out of the clouds and a southwesterly breeze settled in Mid Missouri. The 7 – 10 MPH winds allowed three races as it slowly built during the day. This was the last race in the Spring Series.
Race 1 Jim Crabtree 1st, Paul Rudder 2nd, Gene Vogel 3rd, Christina Quinn 4th and Janet Weckenborg 5th.
Race 2Paul Rudder 1st, Christiana Quinn 2nd, Jim Crabtree 3rd, Gene Vogel 4th and Janet Weckenborg 5th.
Race 3Jim Crabtree 1st, Christiana Quinn 2nd, Paul Rudder 3rd, Gene Vogel 4th and Janet Weckenborg 5th.

June 6, 2015 – Three races were conducted in a light easterly breeze. Despite the occasional “hole” and variable conditions the sailing was pretty good. Having a day without rain was a celebration in itself!
Race 1 – Paul Rudder 1st, Jim Crabtree 2nd, Gene Vogel 3rd and Claire Baffaut & Dan Goldstein 4th.
Race 2 – Paul Rudder 1st, Jim Crabtree 2nd, Gene Vogel 3rd and Claire Baffaut & Dan Goldstein 4th.
Race 3 – Jim Crabtree 1st, Gene Vogel 2nd, Paul Rudder 3rd and Claire Baffaut & Dan Goldstein 4th.

The last race of the spring series will be June 20th at 2PM>

May 16, 2015 – We managed to have three races between the rain showers with winds out of the south at 8 – 12. The breeze built for each race which made for a great sailing day.
Race 1
1st – Jim Crabtree
2nd – Leszek Vincent
3rd – Paul Rudder
4th – Gene Vogel
5th – Claire Baffaut

Race 2
1st – Jim Crabtree
2nd – Gene Vogel
3rd – Paul Rudder
4th – Leszek Vincent
5th – Claire Baffaut

Race 3
1st – Jim Crabtree
2nd – Paul Rudder
3rd – Leszek Vincent
4th – Gene Vogel
5th – Claire Baffaut

May 2, 2015 – Three races were held on near perfect sailing conditions. Winds were light (4-5mph) out of the south for the first race. The second race the wind filled in to 5-7. The Race results are as follows:
Race 1 –
1st – Jim Crabtree
2nd – Janet Weckenborg
3rd – Paul Rudder
4th – Christiana Quinn
5th – Gene Vogel
Race 2
1st – Paul Rudder
2nd – Christiana Quinn
3rd – Jim Crabtree
4th – Janet Weckenborg
5th – Gene Vogel
3rd Race
1st – Paul Rudder
2nd – Jim Crabtree
3rd – Christiana Quinn
4th – Janet Weckenborg
5th – Gene Vogel

CCSA 2014 Race Results
Copy of CCSA 2014 Race Results

CCSA FALL SERIES

2014 Race Awards

the 2014 season had 15 boats qualify for awards and eight awards were presented at the 2015 Winter Gathering. The sailing awards were presented to the following skippers:
AWARDS:
2014 Overall (15 boats)
1. Jim Crabtree 29 pts.
2. Leszek Vincent 51 pts.
3. Paul Rudder 60 pts.
4. Gene Vogel 71 pts.
5. Claire Baffaut 94 pts.
6. Doug Van Camp 99 pts.
7. Janet Weckenborg 100 pts.
8. Christiana Quinn 107 pts.

2014 Spring Series (10 boats)
1. Leszek Vincent 10 pts.
2. Paul Rudder 13 pts.
3. Jim Crabtree 17 pts
4. Gene Vogel 23 pts.

2014 Fall Series (15 boats)
1. Jim Crabtree 12 pts.
2. Leszek Vincent 41 pts.
3. Paul Rudder 47 pts.
4. Gene Vogel 48 pts.
5. Claire Baffaut 57 pts.
6. Christiana Quinn 62 pts.
7. Doug Van camp

Congratulations skippers and crews!

The last race of the fall series was a beautiful fall day with temperatures at 70 degress, sunny and a north wind at 10mph. Three windward-leeward races were held and with good winds went by quickly for the seven boats racing. The results (Portsmouth corrected times):
Race 1 – Jim Crabtree 1st, Paul Rudder 2nd, Leszek Vincent / Doug Van Camp 3rd, Gene Vogel 4th, Steve Rasmussen 5th, Steve Meyer 6th, Dan Goldstein 7th.
Race 2 – Jim Crabtree 1st, Paul Rudder 2nd, Leszek Vincent / Doug Van Camp 3rd, Dan Goldstein 4th, Steve Meyer 5th, Steve Rasmussen 6th and Gene Vogel 7th.
Race 3 Jim Crabtree 1st, Paul Rudder 2nd, Dan Goldstein 3rd, Leszek Vincent / Doug Van Camp 4th, Steve Rasmussen 5th, Steve Meyer 6th and Gene Vogel 7th.

The second race series of the fall series was postponed on 10/04 due to high winds and low temperatures. Yes, I found a light icing in the covers holding water. A Sunday 2PM race got off with clear skies, 70 degrees and abundant wind. The National Weather Service report for wind history on Sunday afternoon explains the challenging sailing:

WIND (MPH)
HIGHEST WIND SPEED 25 HIGHEST WIND DIRECTION W (280)
HIGHEST GUST SPEED 34 HIGHEST GUST DIRECTION W (290)
AVERAGE WIND SPEED 9.4

The first race had good winds some gusts that enabled planning. Jim Crabtree 1st, Christiane Quinn 2nd, Leszek Vincent 3rd, Janet Weckenborg 4th and Steve Krugler 5th. The second race was more of a challenge as the winds were building. Leszek Vincent took 1st, Jim Crabtree 2nd, Janet Weckenborg 3rd and Cristiane Quinn and Steve Krugler took a DNF. In the pursuit of risk management the 3rd race was canceled.

CAPITAL CITY SAILING ASSOCIATION
The 2014 Spring Race Series has been completed with great success. We managed good participation amidst a very light air series of races. Inclement weather canceled the May 3rd and June 7th Series. With six races completed the top five standings (out of 9 boats) are as follows:
1st Place Leszek Vincent (10 points)
2nd Place Paul Rudder (13 points)
3rd Place Jim Crabtree (17 points)
4th Place Gene Vogel (23 points)
5th Place Doug Van Camp (34 points)

2013 Results
Races on October 19th concluded Capital City Sailing Association’s fall sailing series and the scheduled race events for 2013. Five boats braved the cool start of 48 degrees and put their boats in the water and race. The wind was strong and puffy – 8mph to 15mph out of the WSW.
RACE 1: Jim Crabtree 1st, Leszek Vincent 2nd, Paul Rudder 3rd, Janet Weckenborg 4th, and Steve Rasmussen 5th.
RACE 2: Paul Rudder 1st; Jim Crabtree 2nd, Leszek Vincent 3rd, Steve Rasmussen 4th and Janet Weckenborg 5th.
RACE 3: Jim Crabtree 1st, Leszek Vincent 2nd, Steve Rasmussen 3rd, Paul Rudder 4th and Janet Weckenborg 5th.
RACE 4: Jim Crabtree 1st, Leszek Vincent 2nd, Steve Rasmussen 3rd and Janet Weckenborg 4th (Paul crewed with Steve in the last race).

2013 was a growth year for Capital City Sailing Association in new members, race participation and graduates of the summer learn to sail program. October 26th is the decommissioning of the facilities. Boats will be unrigged and equipment put up for the winter months. We thank all who have helped in the Capital City Sailing Association growth and success this past year. Jim Crabtree – Commodore

September 21, 2013
Fall race series continued with a great day for sailing. The temperature was in the mid 60’s at race time and the wind was fluctuating out of the NW at 3-8 knots. We got three races off and followed them up with three additional shot races for practice.
RESULTS: RACE 1 RACE 2 RACE 3
Jim Crabtree 1st 1st 1st
Paul Rudder 3rd 2nd 2nd
Steve Rasmussen 2nd 3rd 3rd
Dan Goldstein 5th 4th 4th
Luc Goldstein 4th DNS DNS
Doug Van Camp 6th 7th 6th
Janet Weckenborg 7th 6th 7th

The 4th Annual Mayor’s Cup Regatta was held on September 14th at CCSA. The weather was a bit of a teaser – fall temperatures, clear skies and a fickle wind. That did not deter the 15 participants from competing. The record number of boats comprised CCSA members as well as five crews from Lake of the Ozarks Yacht Club.

Three races and much patience concluded with Leszek & Muriel Vincent taking the honors (4.5 points), Jim Crabtree 2nd Place; (6 points) Jaimie & Steve Ramussen in 3rd Place (14 points); Steve Sumner in 4th Place (14.75 points) and Don Milner in 5th Place (with 28 points). The complete race results are attached;

Mayors Cup Regatta_Dinghy Race Tabulation_Final_14Sept13

September 7th Results
RACE 1
1st Jim Crabtree
2nd Paul Rudder
3rd Leszek & Muriel Vincent
4th Dan Goldstein & Claire Buffant
5th Janet Weckenborg
6th Jeff & Amanda Wogan
7th Pat Talanzaden & Don Broermann

RACE 2
1st Jim Crabtree
2nd Leszek & Muriel Vincent
3rd Paul Rudder
4th Dan Goldstein & Claire Buffant
5th Janet Weckenborg
6th Jeff & Amanda Wogan
7th Pat Talanzaden & Don Broermann

RACE 3
1st (Tie) Leszek Vincent and Janet Weckenborg
3rd Jim Crabtree
4th Dan Goldstein & Claire Buffant
5th Jeff & Amanda Wogan
6th Pat Talanzaden & Don Broermann
DNF Paul Rudder

2012 Sailing Season
The sailing season is over and the race results are in. The CCSA Spring Series standings are:
1st Jim Crabtree
2nd Paul Rudder
3rd Jamie / Steve Rasmussen
4th Leszek Vincent
5th Janet Weckenberg

The CCSA fall Series Standings are:
1st Jim Crabtree
2nd Paul Rudder
3rd Leszek Vincent
4th Janet Weckenberg
5th Jamie / Steve Rasmussen

The overall CCSA 2012 standings are:
1st Jim Crabtree
2nd Paul Rudder
3rd Jamie / Steve Rasmussen
4th Leszek Vincent
5th Janet Wekenberg

Congradultaions to these CCSA Sailors!

September 22, 2012 SAILING RESULTS
The Capital City Sailing Association (CCSA) held its second fall race series this past Saturday at Binder Lake. The winds were strong 10 – 15 mph out of the northwest. Three races were conducted with exciting racing and an excellent turn out. The results were:
Race 1 – Jim Crabtree 1st, Paul Rudder 2nd, Doug VanCamp 3rd, and Janet Weckenborg 4th
Race 2 – Jim Crabtree 1st, Paul Rudder 2nd, Doug Van Camp 3rd, Janet Weckenborg 4th,
Race 3 – Janet Wekenborg 1st, Paul Rudder 2nd and Doug VanCamp 4th – Jim Crabtree DNS (Did Not Start)

2012 Mayors Cup Race Results

The Capital City Sailing Association completed the 2012 Mayor’s Cup race at Binder Lake. The weather was near perfect despite the forecast. Winds were 5 – 8 out of the northeast which provided excellent sailing opportunities. CCSA usess the Portsmouth Handicapping system to equalize the varying boat classes. It is run a fun event with a social time to discuss sailing techniques after the race.
The race results were as follows:

1st Paul Rudder
2nd Place (Tie) Jamie Rasmussen & Leszek Vincent
4th – Don Milner (OYC)
5th – Steve Summers (OYC)
6th – Janer Weckenborg
7th – Justin Weckenborg
8th – Doug Van Camp
9th – Gene Vogel
10th – Patrick Lau

1st race Fall Series – September 8th (scores equal sum of 3 races)
1st Place – Jim Crabtree – 2.25 points
2nd Place – Paul Rudder – 7 points
3rd Place – Leszek Vincent – 8 points
4th Place – Steve Rasmussen – 12 points
5th Place – Janes Weckenborg – 14 points

2012 Spring Series

The results are in for the Spring Racing series. The series was comprised of 8 races spread over three weekends. The results are:
1st Place – Jim Crabtree with 6 points
2nd Place – Paul Rudder with 21 points
3rd Place – Jamie Rasmussen with 24 points
4th Place – Leszek Vincent with 39 points
5th Place – Janet Weckenborg with 41 points
6th Place (tie) Doug VanCamp & Dan Goldstein with 45 points

2011 Sailing Season

The 2011 sailing season is now in the rear view mirror. The Capital City Sailing Association concluded the sailing season on October 15th. The 2011 racing season encompassed an active season with twenty races. The races were divided between the Spring Series, the Mayors Cup Regatta and the Fall Series. The combined scores of the two series represented the Championship Series. The 2011 Racing Awards were awarded to the following:

Spring Series:

  • 1st Place Jim Crabtree
  • 2nd Place Jamie Rasmussen
  • 3rd Place Pali Rudder
  • 4th Place Steve Rasmussen
  • 5th Place Janet Weckenborg
  • 6th Place Doug Van Camp

Fall Series:

  • 1st Place Paul Rudder
  • 2nd Place Leszek Vincent
  • 3rd Place Jim Crabtree
  • 4th Place Jamie Rasmussen
  • 5th Place David Stevenson
  • 6th Place Janet Weckenborg
  • 7th Place Doug Van Camp

Championship Series:

  • 1st Place Jim Crabtree
  • 2nd Place Paul Rudder
  • 3rd Place Jamie Rasmussen
  • 4th Place Leszek Vincent
  • 5th Place Janet Weckenborg
  • 6th Place David Stevenson

Download a PDF of the results here.

Mayor’s Cup

Capital City Sailing Association (CCSA) hosted the 2nd Annual Mayor’s Cup Regatta on Saturday September 17th at Binder Lake. The regatta was preceded by an open house and BBQ. Despite rain, cool temperatures, light shifty winds and gray skies the event was a great success. The open house and BBQ had a good turnout and the regatta included six boats that raced three races.

View the deed of gift here.

The 2011 Mayor’s Cup Regatta results are as follows:

  • 1st Place – Leszek Vincent, skipper and Muriel Vincent crew
  • 2nd Place – Jim Crabtree, skipper
  • 3rd Place (tie) – Paul Rudder & Johann Geyer, crew
  • 3rd Place (tie) – Jamie Rasmussen & Justin Weckenborg, crew
  • 5th Place – David Stevenson & Kate Protzmann, crew
  • 6th Place – Janet Weckenborg & Beth Skinner, crew

Councilman Brian Pope, DDS presented the Mayor’s Cup on behalf of Mayor Struemph to Leszek Vincent, skipper and Muriel Vincent crew. It is interesting to note that the newest members to the sailing association are from Columbia, Missouri. Another recent member drives from Vandalia to sail at CCSA.

The CCSA fall racing program will continue at Binder Lake with races scheduled for October 8th, October 15th and on October 22nd. The sailboat races start at 1PM.

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