2014 Six Mile Bay Row Results
|1||1:14:03||Dylan Kosten/Matt Garbutt||OCBP|
|2||1:14:50||Carl Smallwood/ BJ Fox||MC A/ L A|
|3||1:15:00||Craig Whitehead/Justin Coney||ABP|
|4||1:15:03||Brandon Joyce/Dave Buckley||WBP|
|5||1:15:05||Bill Kindle/ Wayne MacMurray||UT A/ W A|
|6||1:15:20||Paul Boardman/Dan Brady||OCBP|
|7||1:15:28||Matt Wolf/Jake Enright||ABP|
|8||1:15:45||Terry McGovern/Derrick Koborowski||WCBP/WBP|
|9||1:15:51||Chris Vittele/Anthony Onimus||CMBP|
|10||1:16:36||Mark Dileo/ Rick Perrine||Surf City BP|
|11||1:17:13||Erich Wolf/Shane McGrath||ABP|
|12||1:17:36||Ed Giordano/ Steve Kwalick||CMBP|
|13||1:17:47||Jon Oneil/ Joe Oneil||UTBP|
|14||1:18:02||Dennis Funk/George Miller||VCBP A|
|15||1:18:37||Tim Drake/ Brenda Howard||BCBP/UT A|
|16||1:18:41||Ryan Clark/Shawn McCann||OCBP|
|17||1:19:29||Pete Lees/Shawn Stamm||NWBP|
|18||1:19:30||Shane Dickson/Hunter Pazagno||MCBP|
|19||1:19:48||Mike Manning/Sean O’Brien||UT|
|20||1:20:07||John Livingstone/ Tim Regan||NWBP|
|21||1:20:17||Jim Gibbons/Kevin Larkin||UT A|
|22||1:20:26||John Preston/Nate Dirbin||WBP|
|23||1:20:28||Ryne Adolph/John Steiger||WCBP|
|24||1:21:00||Colin Stewart/Ryan Fisher||UT|
|25||1:21:09||Erich Becker/Chris Denn||OC|
|26||1:21:24||Jordan Roney/Nick Tyson||WCBP|
|27||1:22:30||Bob Garbutt/ Giovanni Imbessi||OC Alum|
|29||1:23:32||Justin Safano/Nick Matouche||SICBP|
|30||1:23:53||Ed Schneider/Tyler Coe||WBP|
|31||1:24:16||Dominique Dougherty/Casey McCallister||OC Alum|
|32||1:24:48||Rod Tice/Cara Thomas||UTBP|
|33||1:25:07||Conner Owen/Vito DiPentino||MCBP|
|34||1:25:15||Paul Melchiorre/Zachary DeVoe||ABP|
|35||1:25:48||John Mallett/Erik Arenberg||ABP|
|36||1:26:31||Dan Palombo/Joanne Palombo||UTBP/ SIC A|
|37||1:27:45||Louis Papa/Andrea Stickley||ABP|
|38||1:28:58||Greg Vangilder/ Beth Desmond||UTBP|
|39||1:30:21||Sam Palombo/Griffin Grimes||UT|
|40||1:32:11||Carissa Clark/Madi Sehn||ABP|
|41||1:37:20||Joe LaRosa/Barbara LaRosa||UTBP A|
|42||1:39:01||Taylor Hennessy/ Abby Frietag||UTBP|
2014 Four Mile Bay Paddle Results
|1||0:59:20||Graham Parker||12 ft (prone)|
|2||0:59:21||Tony Mehalic||12 ft (prone)|
|3||0:59:30||Bryan Theiss||12 ft (prone)||OCBP|
|35||0:59:34||Bruckner Chase||12 ft (prone)|
|43||1:01:23||Kevin Kelly||12 ft (prone)|
|4||1:02:18||Zack Baron||12 ft (prone)|
|5||1:06:57||Brian Byles||12 ft (prone)|
|6||1:07:46||Tom Coleman||12 ft (prone)|
|7||1:18:20||Bruce Hilton||12 ft (prone)|
|33||1:20:11||Sean McAinue||12 ft (prone)|
|4||1:50:56||Chrissy Swan||10 SUP|
|1||1:50:57||Tiffany Prettyman||10 SUP|
|23||0:59:40||Lewis Ostrander||unlimited open|
BAY RACE- 2014 Date: July 21 (note this was originally set for July 22, but needed to be changed)
The Upper Township Beach Patrol and the Deauville Inn are sponsoring the MS 6 Mile Bay Race on Tuesday, July 21, 2014. All proceeds from entry fees will be donated to the MS Society. The race meeting will be held at 6:00 p.m. at the Deauville Inn in Strathmere, the race will begin between 6:00 and 6:15 p.m. The following information must be shared with all members of your patrol who wish to participate.
Boat drop-off and launching: If coming from the south, stay straight on Commonwealth through blinking light, then make a left on East Sea Cliff. (If coming from the north, make a left at blinking light after crossing bridge.) There will be signs to assist you as well. Boats will be unloaded and reloaded at the end of this road.
Race Numbers: The number belongs on the port side of the boat, as close to the bow as possible, and as close to the gunnel as possible. It is the racer’s responsibility to put the number where it belongs. You risk disqualification if the number is not visible at the finish. You have been warned.
Race meeting: The meeting will be held at the Deauville Inn at 5:30. It takes time to register all boats, explain race rules and course, and launch all the boats. It is very important that all crews are present with waivers and race fees at 5:30.
PADDLEBOARD MEETING: Starts at 5:45. The Race begins at 6:30. $30 entry fee.
Boat Weight: All boats must weigh no less than 325 lbs and meet the standard Van Duyne specifications. Boats will be inspected upon arrival in Strathmere. The scale will be on-sight and most boats will be weighed in before the race. All winning boats will be weighed in before places are finalized. No boat weighing less than 325 lbs will be eligible to place in the race. This is a race for charity, therefore boats not meeting the standard will be allowed to row, but cannot place. If you have any doubt about the boat that will be used, be sure to bring it to the drop-off location before 4 pm
Entry Fee: The entry fee for rowing is $100 dollars per boat. Have checks or purchase orders made out to MS Society. If paying in cash, be sure your count is accurate and in large bills. Included in your packet is a pledge sheet for participants to record donations. Make additional copies if necessary. Crews must present their fees before they will be eligible to race. The entry fee for paddleboard is $30. Have checks payable to UTBP Assoc.
Waivers: All participants must sign waivers before they can row or paddle in this race. You will find a copy of the waiver in your packet. It will facilitate the race meeting if these waivers are signed prior to the meeting, especially if one crew member will be arriving late. Make additional copies if necessary. Also be sure to be accurate in the age information for the new awards.
Maps: You will also find a map of the course in your packet, please make copies for all participating crews.
The Start: We will continue to use a stagger start to begin the race. An “A” start will be given to any crew who finished in the top fifteen last year. Individual rowers who finished in the top fifteen last year, but are rowing with a new partner are not guaranteed an “A” start, but will receive consideration. Open spots in the “A” start will be filled by Captain’s discretion based upon past year’s performance and 2007-race performance. These 15 boats will start in the first heat. There will be a separate start for beach patrol’s “B” boat, which will consist of working members of patrols stacked in their patrol’s designated lane. Finally, there will be a third start for alumni, female and co-ed boats. All of these starts will be timed and the overall winner will have the best time. Paddleboards will start immediately after the C start. Please call in the names of a crew who is eligible, or would like consideration for an “A” start as soon as possible. The start and finish are in front of the Deauville dock.
T-shirts and Awards: T-shirts for all competitors and awards for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, overall, 1st place female crew, 1st place mixed doubles, 1st place alumni crew, other awards will also include top boat with combined age of 40-32 or the youngest finishers and top boat with combined age of 90 or greater or oldest finishers, 1st donations. Awards in the paddleboard will include 1st place 12′ prone, 1st place open prone, 1st place in SUP categories and 1st place female in any or all categories. 2nd and 3rd place awards may be given out pending on the amount of entries. Food, beverages, and T-shirts will be available to all spectators.
Spectator Rules: The Deauville Inn is licensed by the state of New Jersey to serve alcoholic beverages, which means no one will be served without proper ID and no personal coolers will be permitted on the premise. Spectators can sit on the beach in front of the beach side bar and may bring their own beach chairs to this location. Spectators may dine on the deck when their full party is present. A modified menu will be offered to those sitting at the beach bar.
Call in participants by July 18th : Please notify us of your participants’ names by this date. Call our beach shack at 263-1151.