Photo courtesy of Clinton Lake Sailing Association
We were very sad to hear of the passing of (GE) Jerry Hartman, long time Flying Scot sailor snd champion, and husband of former Scots n' Water editor Lynn "Sunshine" Hartman. Jerry was instrumental in growing the Flying Scot class and made every event he attended so much more fun. He will be sorely missed. Take a look at an article by Deb Aronson, also a past Scots n' Water editor, and turn to...Continue Reading...
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Women’s North American Championships
April 29 - May 1
Hosted by Corinthian Sailing Club and Fleet 23 on White Rock Lake, just north of downtown Dallas. The NOR and online registration is now open at https://cscsailing.org/calendar/flying-scot-womens-nac-0. Don’t Forget to order your tshirts online before April 4th and they will be waiting for you at the...Continue Reading...
View all 3 racing day photos here photos by Cece Stoldt,
CeCe Stoldt has uploded the final rqcing day photos to Facebook - thanks CeCe!
Final results are here...
The Winner of the 2022 Allen Douglas Sportsmanship Award is Jim "the tractor guy” Serpa. Jim was a participant in the Midwinters but took the time to make sure boats got in and out of the water for the first few days of the event. There must have been lots of good sports around this week since there were 10 people nominated, but Jim received the most votes. Thanks and congratulations to Jim!
Flying Scot Midwinters at Ft.Walton Beach Yacht club - Championship Winner David Ames. Challenger Winner Frank Richards. Congrats to all and thanks to Hal Smith and the race committee. Thanks to John Farris and crew for organizing and putting on this event after THREE long years! See you at the Women’s or the NAC or the Wife-Husbands!