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Bora Gulari [USA820] with his crew of Kyle Navin, Norman Berge, Ian Liberty and American Magic's CEO/Skipper Terry Hutchinson stood second with a 4-5-1-2-2 record and 14 points. © Talbot Wilson
Bora Gulari [USA820] with his crew of Kyle Navin, Norman Berge, Ian Liberty and American Magic's CEO/Skipper Terry Hutchinson stood second with a 4-5-1-2-2 record and 14 points.

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. Sailing with Shannon were Ben Lynch, Elizabeth Lynch, Jackson Benvenutti, and Tommy Sawchuck.  © Talbot Wilson
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. Sailing with Shannon were Ben Lynch, Elizabeth Lynch, Jackson Benvenutti, and Tommy Sawchuck.

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

The Weist family entry 'Lakeshark' (14267) which came from Preston MN to race in Pensacola sported the youngest crew. The family - Stuart, Michelle, Eric, Nick and Luke - finished with all sixes and sevens, in sixth place, but nobody had a better time © Talbot Wilson
The Weist family entry 'Lakeshark' (14267) which came from Preston MN to race in Pensacola sported the youngest crew. The family - Stuart, Michelle, Eric, Nick and Luke - finished with all sixes and sevens, in sixth place, but nobody had a better time

Spinnaker Fleet winner Justin Chambers 'Buc-ee' (sail #221, bow 35) with his crew Doug Thome and Winn Story took the spinnaker series at the 2021 Catalina 22 National Championship with a 1-1-2 score © Talbot Wilson
Spinnaker Fleet winner Justin Chambers 'Buc-ee' (sail #221, bow 35) with his crew Doug Thome and Winn Story took the spinnaker series at the 2021 Catalina 22 National Championship with a 1-1-2 score

Gold Fleet winner Justin Chambers 'Buc-ee' (bow 35) with his crew Doug Thome and Winn Story took the series and the 2021 Catalina 22 National Championships with a perfect 7 points in 7 races. Chambers is a nine-time Catalina 22 National Champion © Talbot Wilson
Gold Fleet winner Justin Chambers 'Buc-ee' (bow 35) with his crew Doug Thome and Winn Story took the series and the 2021 Catalina 22 National Championships with a perfect 7 points in 7 races. Chambers is a nine-time Catalina 22 National Champion

In non-spinnaker Silver Fleet -9 C22's that had never won a regional/national title- new racer Richard Gailey from DeBary, Florida & his crewmate Patrick Dorsch aboard ‘Wicklow Way' took five firsts, a second & a third scoring 1-1-1-1-2-1-3 for 10 points © Talbot Wilson
In non-spinnaker Silver Fleet -9 C22's that had never won a regional/national title- new racer Richard Gailey from DeBary, Florida & his crewmate Patrick Dorsch aboard ‘Wicklow Way' took five firsts, a second & a third scoring 1-1-1-1-2-1-3 for 10 points

Gold Fleet winner Justin Chambers 'Buc-ee' with his crew Doug Thome and Winn Story sailing 'Buc-ee'  took the Gold Fleet series to win the 2021 Catalina 22 National Championships with a perfect 7 points in 7 races © Talbot Wilson
Gold Fleet winner Justin Chambers 'Buc-ee' with his crew Doug Thome and Winn Story sailing 'Buc-ee' took the Gold Fleet series to win the 2021 Catalina 22 National Championships with a perfect 7 points in 7 races

Silver Fleet Leader Richard Gailey in #216 Wicklow Way (far right) led from start to finish in all three races on Monday' s Day 1 of Catalina 22 National Championship racing in Pensacola Florida © Talbot Wilso
Silver Fleet Leader Richard Gailey in #216 Wicklow Way (far right) led from start to finish in all three races on Monday' s Day 1 of Catalina 22 National Championship racing in Pensacola Florida

Gold fleet Leader Justin Chambers in #221 Buc-ee got a clean start in Race 1. After the first three Catalina 22 National Championship races,  Chambers'  Buccee sits atop the leader board in the Gold Fleet with three bullets... 1-1-1 © Talbot Wilso
Gold fleet Leader Justin Chambers in #221 Buc-ee got a clean start in Race 1. After the first three Catalina 22 National Championship races, Chambers' Buccee sits atop the leader board in the Gold Fleet with three bullets... 1-1-1