Five O'Clock Somewhere

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Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Change of schedule

The learning curve just got one heck of a lot steeper!

News flash: The Adams Cup semifinals in Texas have been scheduled for May 6, which was the date we had originally scheduled for our first-round race. We’re now looking at April 1-2 for our race, so we have a month less to prepare. We’re going to have to get our crew rosters set immediately, and we’re going to have to be sailing without coaches on board very soon. Zoiks!

2 Comments:

Anonymous Adrift at Sea said...

Ouch, but it does sound like you're off to a good start.

Wed Feb 08, 01:44:00 PM MST  
Blogger Pat said...

April 22 is also now being discussed as a weekend for the S.A.I.L. Regionals; that would give three more weeks for the teams to practice. The selection and hosting committee will need to get approval from S.A.I.L. (Denver, CO) and coordinate with Area F (Austin, TX).

Thu Feb 09, 01:56:00 PM MST  

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