Championships

Championship of Champions

Championship of Champions

Event Details

Date:
October 18 – October 21, 2018

Location:
Atlanta Yacht Club, Atlanta, Georgia

Competing for:

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Regatta Documents

Results & Reports

    Previous Winners

    2017 – Steve Benjamin – Raced in Sonars

    2016 – Paul Jon Patin – Raced in Sunfish

    2015 – Brad Funk, Trevor Burd – Raced in VX:One

    2014 – Mike Ingham, Delia Ingham,Dan Fien – Raced in Thistles

    2013 – Brian Keane, Steve Hunt, Victor Diaz De Leon – Raced in Lightnings

    2012 – Ed Eckert, Matthew Schmidt – C Scow- Raced in C Scows

    2011 – Andrew Eagan, Marcus Eagan – Flying Scot – Raced in Flying Scots

    2010 – Chris Raab, Robert Kinney – Mercury 18 – Raced in Ideal 18s

    2009 – Skip Dieball – Highlander Champion – Raced in Lightnings

    2008 – Doug Kaukeinen- Sunfish National Champion – Raced in Sunfish

    2007 – Ernesto Rodriguez and Megan Place – Snipe National Champion – Raced in Snipes

    2006 – Alan Field, Steve Hunt -Martin 242 Champions – Raced in Y Flyers

    2005 – Michael Ingham, E. Baker, Delia Ingham – Thistle N Champions – Raced in Flying Scots

    2004 – Michael Funsch, Jay Lurie – Vanguard 15 Champions- Raced in JY 15s

    2003 – Allen Terhune – Lightning Champions -Raced in MC Scows

    2002 – Bill Draheim, Natalie Mauney, Scott Mauney – Flying Scots – Raced in Flying Scots

    2001 – George Szabo, Brian Janney – Star

    2000 – Paul Foerster, Carrie Foerster – JY15

    1999 – John Mollicone, Danny Rabin – JY 15

    1998 – Kelly Gough, Heide Gough, Natalie Mauney – Flying Scots

    1997 – George Szabo, Stacey Dumain – Lido 14s

    1996 – George Szabo, Stacey Dumain – Lido 14s

    1995 – Brian Taboada, Larry Colantuano -Lightning – Ideal 18s

    1994 – Russell Robinson, Allan Robinson – 110

    1993 – Russell Robinson, Mike Considine – 110

    1992 – Paul Foerster – Flying Dutchman – raced in MC Scows

    1991 – Jamie McCreary – International One-Design

    1990 – Craig Leweck, Matt Reynolds – Lido 14

    1989 – Bart Hackworth, Will Baylis – Santana 20

    1988 – Ed Adams, Meredith Adams – 1986 Champions

    1987 – Paul Forester, Andrew Goldman, Bill Draheim – Flying Dutchman

    1986 – Ed Adams, Meredith Adams, Geoff Moore – Snipe

    1985 – Steve Rosenberg, Brodie Cobb, Jim Brady – Snipe

    1984 – Riaz Latifullah, Barney Harris, Jud Smith – Albacore

    1983 – Hobie Alter, Jr., Scott Ward – Hobie 18

    1982 – John Kostecki – Sunfish

    1981 – John Kolius, Chuck Wilk, Mark Foster – J/24

    1980 – Dave Ullman, Jim Linskey – 470

    1979 – Hobie Alter, Jr., Christian Banks – Prindle 16

    1978 – Tom Linskey, Neal Fowler – Coronado 15

    1977 – Tom Linskey, Jeff Linehart – Coronado 15

    1976 Fall – Tom Ehman, Major Hall – Flying Scot

    1976 Spring – Clark Thompson, Jr., Doug Johnston, Lawrence Daniel – Ensign

    Other Information

    About This Event


    Application List

    Inaugurated in 1976, US Sailing selects up to nineteen competitors from nominees by their class associations who are current national or North American champions of their respective classes. Eligible are sailors who normally sail in the U.S., are members of US Sailing and are members of a club, class or association affiliated with US Sailing.

    The championship is held in a different class each year, and boats are supplied, and if possible, shall be new and identical. Additionally, each year a guest helm is invited.  Invited helms have included the winner of the Rolex Yachtsman and Yachtswoman of the Year, Olympians, and other sailing luminaries. Classes in which the event has been held run the gamut from conventional to cutting edge and have included Y-Flyers, Snipes, Hobie Cats, J-24’s, Sunfish and Etchells, to name just a few.

    The Championship is named in honor of Jack Brown who was noted for his service as a judge, regatta organizer and member of US Sailing Committees.

    Championship Facts

    • This year’s invited guest will be announced shortly- please check back
    • Up to 19 applicants will be invited to attend this event.
    • Boats will be provided and will be sailed in a “round robin” format
    • The maximum number of crew aboard shall be 3 persons
    • All competitors must be current members of US Sailing. Proof of membership will be requested upon application and registration
    • The applicant must be a winning one design class United States, North American or World Champion helms-person
      • The qualifying year runs from August 1- July 31 prior to the current years’ event start date

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