Posted by: evergreenrowing | June 22, 2010

Results

Place EntryName Time Class Place in Class – All Rowers Place in Class – Over 50 BoatManu City State BoatClub
1 Tyler Peterson / Evan Jacobs 1:45:30 M 2X 1 Maas 2x Seattle WA Sound Rowers
2 Jordan Hanssen / Richard Tarbill 1:55:13 M 2X 2 Maas 2x Seattle WA Lake Washington Rowing Club
3 Robert Meenk 1:55:31 M OW II 1 Maas 24 Seattle WA Lake Washington Rowing Club
4 Todd Silver / Rainer Storb 1:56:06 M 2X 3 Maas 2x Seattle WA Sound Rowers
5 Dan Gorriaran 1:56:15 M OW II 2 Maas 24 Providence RI Narragansett Boat Club
6 Jeff Knakal / Theresa Knakal 1:57:03 MX 2X 1 Maas 2x Seattle WA Sound Rowers
7 Rich Klajnscek 1:59:43 M OW II 3 Maas Flyweight 24 Gloucester MA Cape Ann Rowing Club
8 Scott Whitney 1:59:50 M OW II 4 Maas 24 Providence RI Narragansett Boat Club
9 Scott Cahill 2:03:25 M OW II 5 Maas 24 Sausalito CA Open Water Rowing Center
10 Mike Smith 2:03:34 M OW II 6 Maas 24
NJ Nereid Boat Club
11 KC Dietz / Susan Kinne 2:04:01 W 2X 1 Maas 2x Seattle WA Lake Washington Rowing Club
12 Theresa Batty / Rob O’Brien 2:04:35 MX 2X 2 1 Maas 2x Seattle WA Lake Washington Rowing Club
13 Diane Davis 2:06:14 W OW II 1 Maas 24 San Francisco CA South End Rowing Club
14 Adam Kreek 2:06:48 M OW II 7 Maas 24 London Ont London Rowing Club
15 Josh Proctor 2:07:10 M OW II 8 Maas 24 Seattle WA Lake Washington Rowing Club
16 Howard Lee / Amanda Lee 2:07:14 MX 2X 3 Maas 2x Seattle WA Lake Washington Rowing Club
17 Ray Trudgeon / Brad Bauer 2:08:13 M OC2 1 Huki


18 Doug Kidder / Andy Toro 2:11:20 M OC2 2 Huki V2-Z Berkeley CA Berkeley Rowing Club
19 Ellen Braithwaite / Tom Dexel 2:12:33 MX 2X 4 2 Maas 2x Sausalito CA Either Oar Rowing Club
20 Bill Jaquette 2:12:52 M OW II 9 1 Maas 24 Seattle WA Sound Rowers
21 Susan Dandridge / Charlie Kanieski 2:13:33 MX 2X WHERRY 1 Richard Dandridge Port Townsend WA Rat Island Rowing and Sculling Club
22 Karen Hart / Jessica Lowe 2:13:52 W 2X 2 Maas 2x Seattle WA Pocock Rowing Center
23 Dave Lee 2:15:47 M OW II 10 Maas 24 Oklahoma City OK Prairie Rowing
24 Shane Baker 2:20:07 M HPK 1 Huki Seattle WA Sound Rowers
25 Josh Lehman 2:20:40 M OW I 1 Maas Aero Santa Cruz CA UC Santa Cruz Open Water Racing Club
26 Traci Cole 2:23:09 W HPK 1 Think EVO Seattle WA Sound Rowers
27 Elaine Baden 2:24:23 W HPK 2 Huki V2-Z Berkeley CA Berkeley Paddling and Rowing Club
28 Bill Russell 2:28:24 M OW II 11 2 Maas 24
CT Norwalk River Rowing Assn
29 Steve Bennett 2:29:35 M FSK 1 Necky Seattle WA Sound Rowers
30 Michael Lampi 2:31:02 M PEDAL 1 Open Water Cycling Seattle WA Sound Rowers
31 Ben Stevens 2:37:07 M OW I 2 1 original wood homebuilt 21’6 Bellingham WA unaffiliated
32 Steve Hiegel 2:43:34 M SK 1 Setus LV

unaffiliated
33 Mari Friend / Ann Wiltshire 2:45:23 W 2X WHERRY 1 1 Merry Wherry 2 Port Townsend WA PT Crewsers
34 Wayne Lysobey 2:46:48 M OW II 12 3 Maas 24
CT Norwalk River Rowing Assn
35 Debbie Natelson 2:57:45 W OW I 1 1 Maas Aero Seattle WA Sound Rowers
36 Pat Johnson 3:16:29 W OW II 2 1 Maas 24 Seattle WA Sound Rowers
37 Barb Hager / Dianne Roberts 3:22:15 W 2X WHERRY 2 2 Whitehull Spirit Tango Port Townsend WA PT Crewsers
DNF Rachel Dailey ——– W OW II DNF Maas Flyweight Newbury Park CA Unaffiliated
DNF Jim Appleton ——– M OW II DNF DNF Maas 24

unaffiliated
DNF Adrian Storb ——– M OW II DNS Maas 24 Seattle WA Sound Rowers
DNF Herbie Weisse ——– M OW II DNF DNF Peinert Dolphin Seattle WA Sound Rowers
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Posted by: evergreenrowing | June 14, 2010

Final Registration

Some folks have had difficulty coping with Regatta Central, so there are entries that do not show on the RC site. Here is a more complete roster:

Event ID Description Team Avg Age Boat Label Custom-1
1 M 1x (open water II) over 22′ long (NAOWRC) Cape Ann Rowing Club 51 R. Klajnscek Maas Flyweight 24
1 M 1x (open water II) over 22′ long (NAOWRC) Lake Washington Rowing Club 0 R. Meenk Maas 24, white
1 M 1x (open water II) over 22′ long (NAOWRC) Lake Washington Rowing Club 0 J. Proctor Maas 24′, white
1 M 1x (open water II) over 22′ long (NAOWRC) London Rowing Club 0 A. Kreek Maas 24
1 M 1x (open water II) over 22′ long (NAOWRC) Narragansett Boat Club 0 D. Gorriaran Maas 24
1 M 1x (open water II) over 22′ long (NAOWRC) Narragansett Boat Club 0 S. Whitney Maas open water 1x
1 M 1x (open water II) over 22′ long (NAOWRC) Nereid Boat Club 0 M. Smith Maas 24
1 M 1x (open water II) over 22′ long (NAOWRC) Open Water Rowing Center 0 S. Cahill Maas 24
1 M 1x (open water II) over 22′ long (NAOWRC) Prairie Rowing 63 D. Lee Maas 24
1 M 1x (open water II) over 22′ long (NAOWRC) Unaffiliated 0 J. Appleton Maas 24 Carbon, white
1 M 1x (open water II) over 22′ long (NAOWRC) Sound Rowers A. Storb Maas 24
39 M 1x OW II (age 50 or >) Norwalk River Rowing Association 0 W. Lysobey Maas 24
39 M 1x OW II (age 50 or >) Norwalk River Rowing Association 0 B. Russell Maas24
39 M 1x OW II (age 50 or >) Sound Rowers 68 B. Jaquette Maas 24
39 M 1x OW II (age 50 or >) Unaffiliated 57 M. Miller
6 M 1x OW II (age 50 or >) Sound Rowers 58 H. Weisse
2 W 1x (open water II) over 22′ long (NAOWRC) South End Rowing Club 0 D. Davis Maas 24
40 W 1x OW II (age 50 or >) Open Water Rowing Center 56 R. Jackson
40 W 1x OW II (age 50 or >) Sound Rowers 0 P. Johnson Maas 24
3 Mens 1x (open water I) less than 22′ long Unaffiliated 0 B. Stevens original wood homebuilt 21’6
3 Mens 1x (open water I) less than 22′ long Unaffiliated S. Hagerty Maas Aero
4 Womens 1x (open water I) less than 22′ long Unaffiliated 19 R. Dailey Maas, Aero, red
42 Womens 1x OW I (age 50 or >) Sound Rowers 52 D. Natelson Maas Aero
43 Mens Open 2x (NAOWRC) Lake Washington Rowing Club 0 J. Hanssen/R. Tarbill Mass 2X
43 Mens Open 2x (NAOWRC) Sound Rowers 35 T. Peterson/E. Jacobs Maas 2X
43 Mens Open 2x (NAOWRC) Sound Rowers R. Storb/T. Silver Maas 2X
11 Womens Open 2X (NAOWRC) Pocock
J. Lowe/K. Hart Maas 2X
37 Womens Masters 2x (over age 50) Lake Washington Rowing Club 58 S. Kinne/KC Dietz Maas 2X
7 Mixed 2x (NAOWRC) Lake Union Crew 0 L. Meyer/ Maas 2X
7 Mixed 2x (NAOWRC) Lake Washington Rowing Club 33 H. Lee/A. Lee Maas 2X
7 Mixed 2x (NAOWRC) Sound Rowers 0 J. Knakal/T. Knakal Maas 2X
38 Mixed Masters 2x (over age 50) Either Oar Rowing Club 0 T. Dexel/E. Braithwaite
38 Mixed Masters 2x (over age 50) Lake Washington Rowing Club 0 T. Batty/R. O’Brien Maas 2X
10 Mens (FSK) Fast Sea Kayak single Sound Rowers 0 S. Bennett Necky, Looksha II, 20
13 W (HPK) High Performance Kayak single Berkeley Paddling and Rowing Club 51 E. Baden Huki S1-X surfski, 21′, 17″, Yellow & Black
13 W (HPK) High Performance Kayak single Sound Rowers 50 T. Cole
15 M SK Unaffiliated S. Hiegel Cetus LV
27 Mens OC1 Outrigger Canoe Sound Rowers S. Baker
22 Mens OC2 Outrigger Canoe double Berkeley Rowing Club 59 D. Kidder/A. Toro Huki V2-Z
22 Mens OC2 Outrigger Canoe double Unaffiliated 31 B. Bauer/R. Trudgeon
35 2X sliding seat wherry PT Crewsers 62 A. Wiltshire/M. Friend
35 2X sliding seat wherry Rat Island Rowing and Sculling Club 0 C. Kanieski/S. Dandridge Merry Sea
35 2X sliding seat wherry Unaffiliated 61 D. Roberts/B. Hager
44 Pedal Sound Rowers M. Lampi

The colored highlights reflect events in which it is possible that a boat entered in the >50 years event will finish ahead of a boat in the comparable Open event. In that case, NAOWRC awards will be made in order of finish regardless of being entered in the >50 event. If an older athlete beats a younger one, so be it. They’re the champ! They also will get the ribbon commensurate with their finish in the >50 event.

Posted by: naowrc | May 31, 2010

Official course map

The official course map, plus way points, has just been posted on the NAOWRC site.  Check out the map page on the menu bar.

Posted by: evergreenrowing | May 29, 2010

Safeway and Sunshine Coffee come through for us

The Port Townsend Safeway is contributing food for racers prior to the race. Bananas, bagels, muffins and candy will be at (or near) the registration table at the Northwest Maritime Center beginning early Sunday morning. There also will be coffee donated by Sunshine Coffee, another of our generous local sponsors. The community of Port Townsend has really come through for us, and we’re very grateful.

Posted by: evergreenrowing | May 29, 2010

Beer (!)

Microbrews from Port Townsend Brewery will be available at the post-race lunch. There will be two or three taps offering tastes of their offerings. Each entrant will get a free drink. Beyond that start, you may buy all you want. Taps open at 11 and remain open until the end of the ceremonies.

Posted by: evergreenrowing | May 28, 2010

Getting to Port Townsend

Getting to Port Townsend

Options in order of ease:

Rent a Car. Then either head south on IS 5 to HW 16 through Tacoma and on up to Port Townsend via HW 3. About a 2 hour trip.

Or head north on IS 5 to Seattle and take the Bainbridge Island ferry, a more scenic route that takes about 2 and ½ hours.

Take a Bus.

Rocket Transportation (877) 697-6258. Reservation required. Departs SeaTac Airport to local PT address between 11 to 12 am, 2 to 3, and 6:30 to 7 pm. Will return you to SeaTac between 9 to 10 am, 12 to 1 and 4 to 5 pm. $99 round trip, $70 for additional passenger.

Olympic Bus Lines (800) 457-4492.Departs SeaTac at 12:50 and 6:15 pm and returns you to SeaTac at 9:50 am and 5:15 pm. PT pick up and drop off are at Safeway (centrally located and near PT’s local bus terminal). $49 one way $79 round trip.

Public Transportation. (Gets cheaper but more difficult.)

Take the new Link Light Rail (A short walk from the Terminal) downtown to the University St. stop, walk about 6 blocks to the Bainbridge Ferry, then Kitsap Transit bus #90 to Poulsbo, transferring to Jefferson Transit bus #7 to Port Townsend. Some locals do this, but it takes careful checking of the various schedules to make connections.

If you have a friend who can pick you up or drop you off at the Bainbridge Ferry Terminal or Silverdale “Bremerton-Kitsap Airporter”stop, things get easier.

Posted by: evergreenrowing | May 26, 2010

Race Edition Shells for sale

Each year the Maas Boat Co. builds special edition carbon shells for selected athletes, and this year for the Townsend Challenge they have built two carbon shells. One is a Maas 24 and the other is a Maas Flyweight. ADDED JUNE 2011: THE RACE EDITION FLYWEIGHT WAS STOLEN FROM THE LOCKED SPACE AT EVERGREEN ROWING IN TACOMA> LET US KNOW IF YOU SEE HER!!

The Race Edition is distinguished by the blue NAOWRC logo painted on the white deck. Each shell has the performance package (titanium pins, carbon stretcher, single action seat), bailer, bow ball, large fin, deck mounted Ritchie Compass, SpeedCoach Gold, Splash Guard, and Garmin GPS.

Sales will be managed by Steve at Evergreen Rowing, the Maas dealer in the Pacific Northwest. Contact Steve at evergreenrowing.com for details on options/accessories included in these shells and for pricing. We can swap out the performance package with the lower cost standard seat, stretcher and pins. Purchase of the GPS is optional.

Posted by: evergreenrowing | May 26, 2010

Trailer Your shell to the race for free

Yes, that’s correct. Maas Boat Company and Prairie Rowing are offering space on the company trailer at no cost. Reservations are being managed by Deborah at Maas Boat Company (maasboats@maasboats.com) , and space is available on a first come/first served basis.  The trailer will be leaving Maas Boat Co. in Richmond on the Tuesday before the race and returning to the Maas Boat Company afterwards.  All boats need to be dropped at the shop.  At the moment the trailer is about ¾ full and is on a first-come/first-serve basis.

Posted by: evergreenrowing | May 10, 2010

Rowing News writes about Open Water racing!

Featuring quotes from Diane Davis, Dan Gorriaran and Rich Klajnscek, Rowing News’ June issue has a fun article titled “Big Water:the origins of open water rowing.” There’s even a brief mention of NAOWRC and fun coverage of the Woodvale Challenge racing across the Atlantic as well as the Jamestown Counter Revolution and Blackburn Challenge. We’re eager to extend this story one chapter further with the race on June 20. Don’t forget that registration closes on June 13!

Posted by: evergreenrowing | April 27, 2010

Practice the course

You are invited to row or paddle the course in advance of the race. Diane Davis and Robert Meenk (our defending 1X champions) will be doing just that on Sunday morning, May 23. They are meeting at the NW Maritime Center in Port Townsend at 7:30 a.m. Be there ready to go at that time!

We have a preliminary chart in PDF format if you’d like to see the course in rough detail. This chart is a close approximation of the race course. A more definite chart will be posted soon, and it will have GPS waypoints as well as pictures showing key navigation marks.

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