Robbie Douglas won the second annual North American Speed Sailing Championships Invitational on past Tuesday. Due to special conditions owed to the hurricane Sandy influence thirteen of the world’s best speed sailors were able to compete for a $30,000 purse.
Douglas with the average speed at 48.69, won the $10,000 first prize.
Damien Leroy came in second, Alex Caizergues was third, Brock Callen took fourth, and Jamie Douglas was fifth. Robbie Douglas had the fastest average speed at 48.69.