Women's Champs Prediction Contest from Hyde Sails and Atlantis

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Women's Champs Prediction Contest from Hyde Sails and Atlantis
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by Chris Love on May 26, 2010
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Get your picks in now for the 2010 ICSA Women's National Championship prediction contest, brought to you by Atlantis Weathergear and Hyde Sails! The winner gets great gear from Atlantis and Hyde, and the best combined score from all three contests (Women's, Team Racing and Coed) wins a training sail from Hyde!

Women's Champs
Prediction Contest

Atlantis Microburst Vest

Prizes

The winner of this Team Race Champs contest wins a hat and T shirt from Hyde Sails as well as the G3 Vest and limited edition vintage hat from Atlantis. The best combined score from all three contests (Women's, Team Racing and Coed) wins a training sail from Hyde in your choice of boats: 420, FJ, Laser and Opti (race sail).

Rules

Limited Edition Vintage HatTo play you must first log in to your Sailgroove account. If you don't have one, sign up here (it's free!) Then, scroll to the bottom of this page and leave a comment with your picks for the top 6 teams in the ICSA Women's Championship AND THE SCORE OF THE WINNING TEAM, sailed in Madison, WI, May 27-28. You won't see your comment appear right away. The contest closes at the start of the first race, scheduled for 9:30am Central Time on May 27. All predictions will then be visible.

Deals

Want some of these prizes now? Visit atlantisweathergear.com and enter the coupon code GROOVE at checkout for 10% off your entire purchase! Spend $120 or more and get the vintage hat free!

More stuff!

For a chance to win more great stuff, including a week for two at the Bitter End Yacht Club in the British Virgin Islands, enter Atlantis' Sailor's Paradise Sweepstakes.

Teams

St. Mary's Georgetown (Hobart &) William Smith Old Dominion Michigan Wisconsin Brown Harvard Boston College Connecticut Tufts University of Washington Stanford Southern California Eckerd Charleston Texas A&M Galveston Texas
Comments20 comments

Jonathan Harley 5 years ago

Brow, Harvard, C of C, BC, Tufts.

Score of winning School: 125 points

Justin Law 5 years ago

1. St. Mary's
2. Charleston
3. Boston College
4. Georgetown
5. ODU
6. Tufts
Winning Team Score=111

tom donahue 5 years ago

bc, stm, brown, gt, cc, har
96 pts

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Brian Stanford 5 years ago

1 - BC 57 pts
2 - Charleston
3 - St. Mary's
4 - Georgetown
5 - Brown
6 - Tufts

Sarah Williams 5 years ago

1. BC (57 points)
2. Charleston
3.Brown
4.St. Marys
5.Georgetown
6. ODU

Nicolas Russo-Larsson 5 years ago

1.Boston College
2.Charleston
3.Brown
4.St. Mary's
5.Georgetown
6.Tufts

Winning Team: 80 pts.

Johnny Norfleet 5 years ago

1. Boston College (60)
2. Brown
3. Charleston
4. St. Mary's
5. Eckerd
6. Harvard

Carson Marston 5 years ago

1. BC 50
2. Brown
3. Charleston
4. St. Mary's
5. Harvard
6. Georgetown

Jeff Dusek 5 years ago

1. Brown 165
2. BC
3. C of C
4. Harvard
5. St. Mary's
6. Gtown

Michelle Thomas 5 years ago

1. BC - 87
2. St. Marys
3. Charleston
4. Brown
5. Harvard
6. Georgetown

Meghan Pesch 5 years ago

1. College of Charleston (with 87 points)
2. Boston College
3. Harvard
4. Brown
5. St. Mary's
6. Tufts University

Patrick Clancy 5 years ago

Boston College 40
College of Charleston
Brown
Harvard
Yale
Tufts

Dierk Polzin 5 years ago

You should have online Poll to find out which coach needs to be sacrificed so that there can be wind.. I think a push off the Sail Drying tower would work.

Vanessa Derickson 5 years ago

1. Georgetown University 152 pts
2. College of Charleston
3. Yale University
4. Harvard University
5. Boston College
6. St. Mary's

Jonathan Harley 5 years ago

Yale, Brown, BC, Tufts, C of C, DARTMOUTHJ

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1. Georgetown University
2. College of Charleston
3. Yale University
4. Harvard University
5. Boston College
6. St. Mary's