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2019 Champions from CBYRA - L to R: Jake Doyle, John Loe (helm), Robbie Deane, Jamie Gilman - 2019 U.S. Adult Sailing Championship © Anne Converse
2019 Champions from CBYRA - L to R: Jake Doyle, John Loe (helm), Robbie Deane, Jamie Gilman - 2019 U.S. Adult Sailing Championship

His Excellency the Governor of Bermuda Mr. John Rankin presented the 'First to Finish' Blue Water Sailing Club Board of Governors Trophy to Jo Riley, skipper of Kiwi Spirit. © Talbot Wilson
His Excellency the Governor of Bermuda Mr. John Rankin presented the 'First to Finish' Blue Water Sailing Club Board of Governors Trophy to Jo Riley, skipper of Kiwi Spirit.

His Excellency the Governor of Bermuda Mr. John Rankin presented the overall winner's prize, the Gosling Rum Founders Trophy, to Cordelia's skipper Roy Greenwald and two of his three crew, Gail Greenwald and Daniel Begg. Dana Oviatt was absent. © Talbot Wilson
His Excellency the Governor of Bermuda Mr. John Rankin presented the overall winner's prize, the Gosling Rum Founders Trophy, to Cordelia's skipper Roy Greenwald and two of his three crew, Gail Greenwald and Daniel Begg. Dana Oviatt was absent.

His Excellency the Governor of Bermuda Mr. John Rankin presented the Captain Edward Williams Trophy to Tabor Boy's captain James Geil for the yacht winning the Classic Yacht Division, best corrected time. © Talbot Wilson
His Excellency the Governor of Bermuda Mr. John Rankin presented the Captain Edward Williams Trophy to Tabor Boy's captain James Geil for the yacht winning the Classic Yacht Division, best corrected time.

The classic schooner Tabor Boy from Tabor Academy in Marion MA finished as the winner in the Classic Division and will proudly fly her 'coming home' banner on her return trip to Marion MA. Presented by RHADC Commodore Willie Forbes, left. © Fran Grenon, Spectrum Photo
The classic schooner Tabor Boy from Tabor Academy in Marion MA finished as the winner in the Classic Division and will proudly fly her 'coming home' banner on her return trip to Marion MA. Presented by RHADC Commodore Willie Forbes, left.

Kiwi Spirit was the line honors leader from start to finish in the 2019 Marion Bermuda Race. The Farr 63 finished off St. David's Lighthouse at 2:27:59 Tuesday.  © Talbot Wilson
Kiwi Spirit was the line honors leader from start to finish in the 2019 Marion Bermuda Race. The Farr 63 finished off St. David's Lighthouse at 2:27:59 Tuesday.

Roy and Gail Greenwald's Valiant 42 Cordelia has finished first in fleet on corrected time in the 2019 Marion Bermuda Race. She will win the Goslings Founders Trophy. The Greenwalds sail out of Mairon MA. © Fran Grenon, Spectrum Photo
Roy and Gail Greenwald's Valiant 42 Cordelia has finished first in fleet on corrected time in the 2019 Marion Bermuda Race. She will win the Goslings Founders Trophy. The Greenwalds sail out of Mairon MA.

Class B winner and second in the Founders Division was the US Naval Academy's Gallant, a Pearson Composite Navy 44 skippered by Christian Hoffman. © Fran Grenon, Spectrum Photo
Class B winner and second in the Founders Division was the US Naval Academy's Gallant, a Pearson Composite Navy 44 skippered by Christian Hoffman.

Tabor Boy, (2), the 92-foot iron-hulled schooner from Tabor Academy in Marion MA won the Classic Yacht Division of the 2019 Marion Bermuda Race. Her captain, James Geil, said Tabor Boy would defend her title in the next race scheduled for 18 June, 2021. A © Talbot Wilson
Tabor Boy, (2), the 92-foot iron-hulled schooner from Tabor Academy in Marion MA won the Classic Yacht Division of the 2019 Marion Bermuda Race. Her captain, James Geil, said Tabor Boy would defend her title in the next race scheduled for 18 June, 2021. A

Winner in class C was the Tartan 4100 Pinnacle, skippered by Peter Torosian of Rye NH, Celestial © Fran Grenon, Spectrum Photo
Winner in class C was the Tartan 4100 Pinnacle, skippered by Peter Torosian of Rye NH, Celestial