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 Posted On Saturday, September 14, 2019
Invitational Cup title defense proves to be a tall order 
UPDATE: NEWPORT, R.I. — Team SYC wrapped up the 2019 Rolex NYYC Invitational Cup with a strong closing day, placing third in the final two races. After struggling early, Southern was able to claw back to fifth place for the regatta, just one point behind fourth place. The Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron was by far the most consistent team, posting just one double-digit finish to win the Cup. Second place San Diego YC was the early regatta leader and won the most number of races, but couldn't quite match the Aussies' consistency. Royal Cork YC and Royal Canadian YC rounded-out the top four. Click thru for results.
 Posted On Friday, August 30, 2019
Stage is set for NYYC Invitational Cup 
From Scuttlebutt Sailing News: Newport, RI (August 29, 2019) – For three United States yacht clubs, the figurative road to the sixth edition of the Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup was significantly more challenging than the literal one. While the 17 foreign yacht clubs that will travel to Newport from far-flung ports of call were selected via resume, the American teams were required to battle their way onto amateur sailing’s grandest stage. San Diego Yacht Club, Southern Yacht Club and New York Yacht Club will make up the smallest American contingent since the initial regatta in 2009. [Click image for full article.]
 Posted On Saturday, August 24, 2019
Eagan tops Viper Worlds 
LONG BEACH, Ca. — Marcus Eagan has added another world championship to his resume with a convincing victory at the 2019 Viper 640 Worlds hosted by Alamitos Bay YC. The all-SYC crew included Andrew Eagan and Jackson Benvenutti. The team posted all top-ten finishes in the 41-boat fleet with five firsts in thirteen races. No other team won more than a single race. Click on image to view results.
 Posted On Sunday, August 11, 2019
Buddy Friedrichs to Hall of Fame 
NEWPORT, R.I. — The National Sailing Hall of Fame has announced the class of 2019, which will include Southern Yacht Club's first honoree, G. Shelby "Buddy" Friedrichs Jr. Friedrichs, 1941–1991, is best known for winning the Olympic Gold Medal at the 1968 Mexico games, in the Dragon Class. His Olympic crew included Barton Jahncke and Gerald "Click" Schreck. The NSHOF induction ceremony will be held at Seattle YC on November 9, 2019. Click image for press release.