The burgee display in the CSC clubhouse was reworked in 2021. The burgees that have hung there for the last 15 or 20 years were taken down and cleaned. In addition, burgees have been collected from traveling club members and visitors and burgee exchanges with other clubs. Quite a collection has been amassed. We currently have burgees from 25 clubs in Texas, 9 from collage sailing programs, 83 from clubs in other states and 9 from clubs in other countries in the burgee display.
These are race results for on-the-lake regattas and other regattas of interest. Fleet series results are also included. Results may be added as links to other sites or uploaded as a PDF. If you will be uploading results on a regular basis, contact the Webmaster for instructions. If you have a single event to post, send the results to Webmaster to upload.
It became a tradition to provide a shirt for regattas and sailing events in the 1990s. These shirts typically showcased original art designed for the event. Brad Moulton, Bill Wilson, Anderson Jones and many others have contributed this rich tradition at CSC. You can see a sampling of these designs in the history section. Unfortunately, a lot of this regatta art has been lost.
Commodore's Cup Regatta
May 14-15, 2022
Our thanks to Mandy McCracken-Atkins for the photos of the winners
2022 Flying Scot Women’s
North American Championship
April 29 - May 1
Corinthian Sailing Club
GREAT FUN TEXAS STYLE
BEAUTIFUL SPRING WEATHER
The Corinthian Sailing Club and Flying Scot Fleet 23 hosted the 2022 Flying Scot Women's North American Championship.
Local FS sailors attend a number of regattas on other lakes each year. These are both national championships sanctioned by FSSA and regattas put on by other fleets across the country.
Flying Scot Midwinter Championship
Fort Walton Yacht Club
Fort Walton Beach, FL
March 19-24, 2022
Butterflies sail four three-month series each year on Sundays. Here are the series results for 2021 series.
The Corinthian Sailing Club was invited to participate in the Texas Challenge at Lakewood Yacht Club in Kemah. Four sailors, Tom Miller, Paul Miller, Mark Babb and Rachel Mittman, represented CSC to sail against nine other Texas yacht clubs in RS 21s. CSC was well represented with a 4th place finish in 25 - 35 mph wind conditions. Thanks to CSC for the support and we look forward to next year.