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Shields Match Race at July 4th Regatta

Team “Strong Beach” took 3 races on Day One and the first on Day Two at the ABYC’s July 4th Regatta to seal the match race win.

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Denito Wins Pop Tops by Less than a Boat Length

Team Denito edged out Strong Beach Sailing for 1st place in Seal Beach Yacht Club’s Pop Tops Series 2.

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Strong Sailing at Memorial Day Regatta

It took 2 days and 7 races to decide a winner in this year’s ABYC Memorial Day Regatta, but “Strong Beach Sailing” eked out a 1-point victory.

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Feeding Frenzy at Turkey Day Regatta

The ABYC’s Turkey Day Regatta was a two-day feast for Team SCR, who won 5-of-6 races.

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Camel Racing Takes Two from the Fleet

The Sopwith Camel was a British-class fighter plane whose dominance in the air helped the Allies win World War I. Interesting Jeopardy! fact, sure, but what does that have to do with yachting? The biplane has become the inspiration behind the…

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Racing Continues June 28

With Series One now in the books, the CSULBSA Shields Summer Racing Series is kicking off Series Two on Saturday June 28th at 11:00am. Denito Syndicate Racing, Sail Team ‘Murrica, and Sopwith Camel Racing will be back at it again in Long Beach Harbor…

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After Day Two Split, ‘Murrica Wins Race Series One

Sail Team ‘Murrica was named the winner of Shields Summer Racing – Series One on June 21st, after the fleet split even points on the second day of racing. ‘Murrica, Denito Syndicate Racing (DSR) and Sopwith Camel Racing (SCR) each…

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Notice of Race – June 21

The Shields Summer Racing Series continues on Saturday June 21, 2014 as Shields Fleet 20 takes to the waters of Long Beach Harbor.

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Shields Summer Racing Series Kicks Off

The CSULBSA kicked off its Shields Summer Racing Series on June 7th with all three active boats taking to the waters of Long Beach Harbor. With a steady 12-14 mph breeze from the Southwest, the start/finish line for the windward-leeward course was set off…

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