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Sail, sail, as fast as you can! Racing sailboats is fun and exciting - it's also one of the best ways to improve your sailing skills. During the peak season Hoofers hosts its own races several days per week for rated members to show what they've got.

Mondays - Badger Sloop Racing
Meet under the awning at 530 to meet the race committee (they will be holding the flags) and give them your name and number for scoring. Racing is to start at 6.

To view the current standings for these races check out the results here.


Tuesdays - 420, Laser and Byte Racing
Join us for thrilling, fast-paced 420, Laser and Byte racing every Tuesday night. Stop by the awning to verify your boat number. Bring a crew or skipper, or just show up and find your own.

To view the current standings for these races check out the results here.


Thursdays - Scow Racing
These boats were designed to race. So every Thursday that's just what we do. Stop down to the Lakefront and find a crew or skipper to join in on the fun. Heavy or light winds, these races are sure to make you a better sailer!




Fridays - Tech Racing
If you've never raced before, attend the race clinic from around 4:30-5:30pm. Sign up at lessons.hoofersailing.org. Otherwise, stop by the awning to give your name and sail number and then rig up a boat and get out to the starting line for the 6:00 start of the first race.

To view the current standings for these races check out the results here


In addition to our own weekly club races, the Hoofer Sailing Club also offers frequent races with the Mendota Yacht Club, the Spring Chicken Regatta, and the Intergalactic Tech Regatta.

Below are some basic racing rules to get you acquainted with the sport of Sailboat Racing:

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Simplified Racing Rules.pdf 173 KB
Tech Racing Score Sheet.pdf 241 KB
Summer Racing Cup Proposal.pdf 98.72 KB

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