Awards & Trophies

Robert L. Johnstone III Trophy

The Robert L. Johnstone III Trophy for the Singlehanded winner recognizes the Founder and Chairman (1973-1980) of the event and his contribution to one-design and community sailing programs.

 

Associated Championship

U.S. Youth Championship

Previous Award Recipients

Robert L. Johnstone Trophy
  • 2018 (Carolina Yacht Club, NC) Radial, Laser, I420, 29er, Nacra 15, Techno 293 Plus Joseph Hou: Laser
  • 2017 (Corpus Christi Yacht Club, TX) Radial, Laser, I420, 29er, Nacra 15, Techno 293 Plus Chase Burwell: Laser
  • 2016 (Coronado Yacht Club, CA)Radial, Laser, Techno 293, 29er, I420 Ford McCann: Laser
  • 2015 (Roger Williams University, RI) Radial, Laser, F16, 29er, I420 Richie Gordon – Ridgefield, CT (Laser)
  • 2014 (Grosse Pointe Yacht Club, MI) Laser, I420, Radial, C420 Malcolm Lamphere – Lake Forest, IL (Laser)
  • 2013 (Corpus Christi Yacht Club, TX) Mitchell Kiss – Holland, MI (Laser)
  • 2012 (Cascade Locks, OR) 420, Laser, Radial, 29er Greg Martinez – Houston, TX (Lasers)
  • 2011 (Newport, RI) 420, Laser, Radial, 29er Olin Paine – San Diego, Calif. (Laser)
  • 2010 (San Pedro, CA) 420, Laser, Radial, 29er John Wallace- St. Petersburg, FL (Laser)
  • 2009 (Greenwich, CT) 420. Laser, Radial, 29er Zeke Horowitz- Sarasota, FL (Laser)
  • 2008 (Belvedere, CA) 420, Laser, Radial, 29er Cam Cullman- Rye, NY (Laser)
  • 2007 (New Orleans, LA) 420, Laser, Radial, 29er Colin Smith – Fort Lauderdale, FL (Laser)
  • 2006 (Grosse Pointe, MI) 420, Laser, Radial, 29er Royce Weber- Surf City, NJ (Laser)
  • 2005 (Westport, CT) 420, Laser, Radial Thomas Barrows – St. Thomas, VI (Laser)
  • 2004 (Charleston, SC) 420, Laser, Radial Michael Scott – Kaneohe, HI (Laser)
  • 2003 (Milwaukee, WI) 420, Laser Emery Wager – Seattle, WA (Laser)
  • 2002 (San Diego, CA) Laser, Europe 420, 470 *Andrew Campbell – San Diego, CA (Laser)
  • 2001 (Annapolis, MD) Andrew Campbell – San Diego, CA (Laser)
  • 2000 (Seattle, WA) Andrew Campbell – San Diego, CA (Laser)
  • 1999 Andrew Lewis – Honolulu, HI (Laser)
  • 1998 Charles Asper – Forestville, CA (Laser)
  • 1997 Brad Funk – Clearwater, FL (Singlehanded)
  • 1996 Dalton Bergan – Kirkland, WA (Singlehanded)
  • 1995 David Ames, PJ Buhler, Miami, FL (Doublehanded)
  • 1994 Bill Hardesty – Norfolk, VA (Singlehanded)
  • 1993 Bill Hardesty – San Diego, CA (Singlehanded)
  • 1992 Brian Camet – San Diego, CA (Singlehanded)
  • 1991 Brett Davis – Largo, FL (Singlehanded)
  • 1990 Jason Rucker – Bedford, TX (Singlehanded)
  • 1989 Alex Camet – San Diego, CA (Singlehanded)
  • 1988 Peter Dreyfuss – Miami, FL (Singlehanded)
  • 1987 Andy Lovell – New Orleans, LA (singlehanded)
  • 1986 *Kevin Hall – Ventura, CA (singlehanded)
  • 1985 Sam Kerner – Honolulu, HI (singlehanded)
  • 1984 Mike Eldred – Miami, FL (singlehanded)
  • 1983 Lou Verloop – Miami, FL (singlehanded)
  • 1982 Vince Kirby – Middletown, RI (singlehanded)
  • 1981 Charlie McKee – Seattle, WA (singlehanded)
  • 1980 Russ Silvestri – Tiburon, CA (singlehanded)
  • 1979 Kevin Kempton – Ocean Gate, NJ (singlehanded)
  • 1978 *Andrew Menkart – Bethesda, MD (singlehanded)
  • 1977 Kelly Gough – Dallas, TX (singlehanded)
  • 1976 Stewart Neff – Oyster Bay, NY (singlehanded)
  • 1975 *Carl Buchan – Seattle, WA (singlehanded)
  • 1974 Chris Maas – Seattle, WA (singlehanded)
  • 1973 Peter Commette – Middletown, NJ (singlehanded)
(*also won ISAF World Youth Championship)