Storm postpones Star World Championship:
Oxford, MD (October 12, 2018) – It was another day without racing for the 2018 Star World as the remnants of Hurricane Michael passed over the area overnight with conditions today being too much for fair sailing. Now five days into the series, this was the third time racing was not possible.
While the wind left behind was only gusting to 20 knots, it was the short, steep chop with big sets rolling through that was not considered safe . So PRO Bill Stump sent everyone home and racing will resume tomorrow at 11:00 with the two last races of the series scheduled.
The Star Class is one of the oldest organization in sport history, the second oldest in sailing, and treasures its traditi…
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