Commodore Hub E. Isaacks and O'Leary Trophies

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Commodore Hub E. Isaacks and O'Leary Trophies are the main sailing trophies awarded at the Open Snipe World Championships. The Commodore Hub E. Isaacks Trophy is awarded to the fleet of the winning skipper,[1] while the O’Leary Trophy is awarded to the person who crews for the winning skipper in the majority of races sailed in the World Championships.[2] Finally, the Earl Elms Perpetual Trophy is awarded to the fleet of the winning skipper of the final race of the World Championship.

This competition is held every two years in the odd numbered years since the year 1949. Previously, it was held every year since 1934.

The Commodore Hub E. Isaacks Trophy is awarded since 1934 and it is the responsibility of the fleet of the winning skipper to see that the trophy is taken care of, guarded and returned to the place designated for the next competition, properly boxed for shipment with all duties and other charges paid by the Fleet. The name of the winning skipper, year, fleet and country shall be engraved at the winner’s expense in uniform engraving.[3] It is named after Hub E. Isaacs, of Dallas, Texas, first commodore of the Snipe Class International Racing Association (SCIRA), who donated the trophy.

The O'Leary Trophy is awarded since 1961 and it was donated by Cathy O’Leary y Helen O’Leary Hall.[4]

Winners[edit]

Year Skipper O'Leary Trophy
Crew
Commodore Hub E. Isaacks Trophy
Fleet (Club)
1934 William E. Bracey United States 1-Dallas Sailing Club
1935 Perry Bass United States 34–Wichita Falls Sailing Club
1936 Philip A. Benson, Jr. United States 4-Sea Cliff Yacht Club
1937 Arthur M. Deacon United States 3-Western Long Island Sound (Horseshoe Harbor Yacht Club)
1938 Charles Gabor United States 10-Lake Mohawk Yacht Club
1939 Walter Hall United States 62-Lake Merritt Sailing Club
1940 Darby Metcalf United States 90-Los Angeles Yacht Club
1941 Darby Metcalf United States 90-Los Angeles Yacht Club
1942 Charles Heinzerling United States 112-Lake Lackawanna Yacht Club
1945 Bob White United States 94-Newport Harbor (Balboa Yacht Club)
1946 Bob Davis United States 94-Newport Harbor (Balboa Yacht Club)
1947 Ted A. Wells United States 93-Wichita (Wichita Sailing Club)
1948 Carlos Vilar Argentina 274-Club Náutico San Isidro
1949 Ted A. Wells United States 93-Wichita (Wichita Sailing Club)
1951 Jorge Vilar Argentina 274-Club Náutico San Isidro
1953 Antonio José Conde Martins Portugal 216-Centro de Vela da Mocidade Portuguesa
1955 Mario Capio Italy 404-Spalturno
1957 Juan Manuel Alonso-Allende Spain 151-Real Sporting Club
1959 Paul Elvstrom Denmark 585-Hellerup Sejlklub
1961 Axel Schmidt Eric Schmidt Brazil 477-Saco de São Francisco (Rio Yacht Club)
1963 Axel Schmidt Eric Schmidt Brazil 477-Saco de São Francisco (Rio Yacht Club)
1965 Axel Schmidt Eric Schmidt Brazil 477-Saco de São Francisco (Rio Yacht Club)
1967 Nelson Piccolo C. Henrique de Lorenzi Brazil 426-Rio Grande do Sul (Clube dos Jangadeiros)
1969 Earl Elms Mike Shear United States 495-Mission Bay (Mission Bay Yacht Club)
1971 Earl Elms Craig Martin United States 495-Mission Bay (Mission Bay Yacht Club)
1973 Félix Gancedo Rafael Parga Spain 146-Real Club Mediterráneo
1975 Félix Gancedo Manuel Bernal Spain 146-Real Club Mediterráneo
1977 Boris Ostergren Ernesto Neugebauer Brazil 427-Cristal (Veleiros do Sul)
1979 Dave Chapin Tim Dixon United States 91-Island Bay Yacht Club
1981 Jeff Lenhart Patrick Muglia United States 495-Mission Bay (Mission Bay Yacht Club)
1983 Torben Grael Lars Grael Brazil 477-Saco de São Francisco (Rio Yacht Club)
1985 Santiago Lange Miguel Saubidet Argentina 274-Club Náutico San Isidro
1987 Torben Grael Marcelo Maia Brazil 477-Saco de São Francisco (Rio Yacht Club)
1989 Ricardo Fabini Harol Meerhoff Uruguay 506-Yacht Club Uruguayo
1991 Axel Roger Jorge Quiroga Argentina 737-Club Universitario de Buenos Aires
1993 Santiago Lange Mariano Parada Argentina 274-Club Náutico San Isidro
1995 Santiago Lange Mariano Parada Argentina 274-Club Náutico San Isidro
1997 Mauricio Oliveira Eduardo Neves Brazil 159-Rio de Janeiro (Iate Clube do Rio de Janeiro)
1999 Nélido Manso Octavio Lorenzo Cuba 22-La Habana
2001 Alexandre Paradeda Eduardo Paradeda Brazil 426-Rio Grande do Sul (Clube dos Jangadeiros)
2003 Augie Diaz Jon Rogers United States 7-Miami (Coconut Grove Sailing Club)
2005 Augie Diaz Pamela Kelly United States 7-Miami (Coconut Grove Sailing Club)
2007 Tomas Hornos Enrique Quintero United States 244-Cottage Park Yacht Club
2009 Bruno Amorim Dante Bianchi Brazil 159-Rio de Janeiro (Iate Clube do Rio de Janeiro)
2011 Alexandre do Amaral Gabriel Borges Brazil 368-Baia de Guanabara (Clube de Regatas Guanabara)
2013 Bruno Amorim Dante Bianchi Brazil 159-Rio de Janeiro (Iate Clube do Rio de Janeiro)
2015 Mateus Tavares Gustavo Carvalho Brazil 662-Salvador de Bahia (Yacht Clube da Bahia)
2017 Raúl Ríos Maximiliano Agnese Puerto Rico 591-Club Náutico de San Juan

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Commodore Hub E. Isaacks Deed of Gift" (PDF). Retrieved 29 July 2014.
  2. ^ "O' Leary Perpetual Trophy Deed of Gift" (PDF). Retrieved 29 April 2016.
  3. ^ "Commodore Hub E. Isaacks Trophy Deed of Gift" (PDF). Retrieved 29 July 2014.
  4. ^ "O' Leary Perpetual Trophy Deed of Gift" (PDF). Retrieved 29 July 2014.

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