Major Youth Events in 2018

Law Trophy
RS Feva XL North American Championship
I420 Atlantic Coast Championship

Commodore Law Trophy
June 2-3, 2018
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The Commodore Law Trophy Regatta was first sailed in 1929 and is the first JSA of LIS regatta of the summer sailing season. Eligibility requirements are likely to change for the 2017 version so please check back in the late spring. The top two finishers in Laser Radial and Club 420 classes will be sponsored by JSA as a YRA of LIS region representative at the Area B Qualifier Regatta for the US Sailing Junior Singlehanded and Doublehanded Championships.

Photos of the event are available here

RS Feva XL North American Championship

August 2-3, 2018
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Indian Harbor is pleased to be hosting the Feva North American Championship in August. The Feva XL is a modern, exciting two-person dinghy with fleets around the world. For more information about the RS Feva XL, click here.

I420 Atlantic Coast Championship

October 27-28, 2018
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Indian Harbor is pleased to be the fall home of the I420 Atlantic Coast Championship. For more information about the I420, click here.

From the I420 class Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/USInternational420ClassAssociation):
US International 420 Class AssociationIndian Harbor Yacht Club.
It was an epic weekend of big air fall sailing on Long Island Sound as 31 I420s battled the conditions and each other for the Atlantic Coast Championship title.

Congratulations to Wiley Rogers & Jack Parkin who dominated the fleet, winning 4 of the 5 races. TJ Danilek & Pierce Ornstein were second, and won the only race Wiley/jack did not. And Canadians Patrick Wilson & Arie Moffat took the bronze. Maddie Rice & Ella Barry were to top girls team, in 6th, and AnaClare Sole & Grace Austin the 2nd girls team in 7th. The heavy air didn't hinder the lighter girl teams who were not overpowered in these conditions - a big benefit of the highly adjustable rig and sail controls of the I420. It was very windy both days - steady 18-20, with gusts 25-30. A few massive gusts hit the fleet as they were sailing in on Sunday, causing some capsizes in the mud (TJ/Pierce bent their mast and broke their centerboard in half on the way in from the last race). And in shades of the 2010 Worlds in Buenos Aires, much of the fleet did not set chutes on Sunday, and those that did only set on a couple legs, usually taking the kite down before jibing. And even the best of 'em went for a swim. Thanks to Indian Harbor YC who did an outstanding job in very challenging conditions.

2016 I420 ACC Pictures