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In the 2019 inaugural Bushwhacker Cup, Bora Gulari [USA820] with his crew of Kyle Navin, Norman Berge, Ian Liberty and American Magic's CEO/Skipper Terry Hutchinson took second in the Bushwhacker Cup with a 4-5-1-2-2 record © Talbot Wilson
In the 2019 inaugural Bushwhacker Cup, Bora Gulari [USA820] with his crew of Kyle Navin, Norman Berge, Ian Liberty and American Magic's CEO/Skipper Terry Hutchinson took second in the Bushwhacker Cup with a 4-5-1-2-2 record

In the 2019 inaugural Bushwhacker Cup, Kelly Shannon, a Lake Lanier Sailing Club sailor from the Atlanta GA area, sailed Shaka[USA 801] to third place with scores of 3-4-3-4-5 for 20 points. He commented on his first time on Pensacola Bay. © Talbot Wilson
In the 2019 inaugural Bushwhacker Cup, Kelly Shannon, a Lake Lanier Sailing Club sailor from the Atlanta GA area, sailed Shaka[USA 801] to third place with scores of 3-4-3-4-5 for 20 points. He commented on his first time on Pensacola Bay.

Bushwhacker Cup regatta Chairman Tom Pace polishes the Bushwhacker Cup. The cup is the combined prize for the regatta which includes both the Atlantic and Gulf Coast Championships and is also the final race in the US Melges 24 National Ranking Series © Tom Pace
Bushwhacker Cup regatta Chairman Tom Pace polishes the Bushwhacker Cup. The cup is the combined prize for the regatta which includes both the Atlantic and Gulf Coast Championships and is also the final race in the US Melges 24 National Ranking Series

In the inaugural Bushwhacker cup Bruce Ayres' Monsoon [USA 825] with crew Brian Porter, George Peet, Chelsesa Simms and America's Cup challenger Stars Stripes USA CEO/skipper Mike Buckley won the Bushwhacker Cup with scores of 2-1-2-5-1 for 11 points © Talbot Wilson
In the inaugural Bushwhacker cup Bruce Ayres' Monsoon [USA 825] with crew Brian Porter, George Peet, Chelsesa Simms and America's Cup challenger Stars Stripes USA CEO/skipper Mike Buckley won the Bushwhacker Cup with scores of 2-1-2-5-1 for 11 points

Fish flew this weekend on Pensacola Bay… Fish Class sailboats that is - 2021 Fish Class World Championship Regatta © Talbot Wilson
Fish flew this weekend on Pensacola Bay… Fish Class sailboats that is - 2021 Fish Class World Championship Regatta

David (DJ) Johnson (#5) with Helen Welch and David Richards got a bow out clean start on their way to the 2021 Fish Class World Championship Regatta in a 15-point tiebreaker over Tom Pace (#31) and his crew Brandon Addison and Stuart McMillan.  © Talbot Wilson
David (DJ) Johnson (#5) with Helen Welch and David Richards got a bow out clean start on their way to the 2021 Fish Class World Championship Regatta in a 15-point tiebreaker over Tom Pace (#31) and his crew Brandon Addison and Stuart McMillan.

David (DJ) Johnson (#5) Helen Welch and David Richards won the 2021 Fish Class World Championship Regatta in a 15-point tie with Tom Pace (#27) Brandon Addison and Stuart McMillan. Seven races were sailed. © Talbot Wilson
David (DJ) Johnson (#5) Helen Welch and David Richards won the 2021 Fish Class World Championship Regatta in a 15-point tie with Tom Pace (#27) Brandon Addison and Stuart McMillan. Seven races were sailed.

Bruce Ayres' Monsoon [USA 825] with crew Brian Porter, George Peet, Chelsesa Simms and America's Cup challenger Stars Stripes USA CEO/skipper Mike Buckley won the inaugural Bushwhacker Cup with scores of 2-1-2-5-1 for 11 points © Talbot Wilson
Bruce Ayres' Monsoon [USA 825] with crew Brian Porter, George Peet, Chelsesa Simms and America's Cup challenger Stars Stripes USA CEO/skipper Mike Buckley won the inaugural Bushwhacker Cup with scores of 2-1-2-5-1 for 11 points

The 2021 Bushwhacker Cup is the first step on the road to the 2022 Melges 24 World Championship scheduled for May 9-15 in Ft Lauderdale, FL © Talbot Wilson
The 2021 Bushwhacker Cup is the first step on the road to the 2022 Melges 24 World Championship scheduled for May 9-15 in Ft Lauderdale, FL

Bora Gulari [USA820] with his crew of Kyle Navin, Norman Berge, Ian Liberty and American Magic's CEO/Skipper Terry Hutchinson took second in the inaugural Bushwhacker Cup with a 4-5-1-2-2 record.  © Talbot Wilson
Bora Gulari [USA820] with his crew of Kyle Navin, Norman Berge, Ian Liberty and American Magic's CEO/Skipper Terry Hutchinson took second in the inaugural Bushwhacker Cup with a 4-5-1-2-2 record.