[UPDATED February 6, 2021]

The Snipe Fleet's Short Course Series was initially organized in August 2014 as a fun-filled training series that concentrates on starts, tactics and mark roundings. As the founder, contributor of the perpetual trophy, and a coach for the series, Gene Soltero does not participate in any of the series awards.

The annual Snipe Fleet Championship (also known as the Long Course Series) has been awarded almost every year since the fleet was organized in 1932.

Below are the results of both series since 2014, including the current standings of the current series. For 2014-2018 these results are on a calendar year basis. In 2019, the fleet decided to terminate both series at the end of October, so that the fleet awards could be included in the Annual Corinthian Sailing Club November Awards Banquet. The 2020 series began in November 2019 and ended October 2020. The 2021 series began in November 2020 and will end in October 2021. We expect to continue each successive series beginning in November and ending in October of the next year.

2021 Current Short Course Results with 22 different sailors participating in 38 races on 7 different race days at an average of 4.4 boats per race.

2021 Current Long Course Results with 8 different skippers and 11 different crews participating in 10 races on 5 different race days at an average of 4.0 boats per race.

2020 Short Course Results with 34 different sailors participating in 138 races on 20 different race days at an average of 4.4 boats per race.

2020 Long Course Results with 8 different skippers and 10 different crews participating in 13 races on 4 different race days at an average of 4.8 boats per race.

2019 Short Course Results with 30 different sailors participating in 132 races on 18 different race days at an average of 2.4 boats per race.

2019 Long Course Results with 5 different skippers and 5 different crews participating in 8 races on 2 different race days at an average of 5.0 boats per race.

2018 Short Course Results with 33 different sailors participating in 126 races on 19 different race days at an average of 3.0 boats per race.

2018 Long Course Results with 7 different skippers and 9 different crews participating in 11 races on 4 different race days at an average of 5.6 boats per race.

2017 Short Course Results with 41 different sailors participating in 158 races on 22 different race days at an average of 3.5 boats per race.

2017 Long Course Results with 12 different skippers and 16 different crews participating in 13 races on 5 different race days at an average of 6.8 boats per race.

2016 Short Course Results with 43 different sailors participating in 116 races on 20 different race days at an average of 3.6 boats per race.

2016 Long Course Results with 15 different skippers and 22 different crews participating in 17 races on 8 different race days at an average of 7.1 boats per race.

2015 Short Course Results with 42 different sailors participating in 126 races on 22 different race days at an average of 3.7 boats per race.

2015 Long Course Results with 10 different skippers and 14 different crews participating in 5 races on 3 different race days at an average of 5.8 boats per race.

2014 Short Course Results with 36 different sailors participating in 65 races on 14 different race days at an average of 4.3 boats per race.

2014 Long Course Results with 10 different skippers and 14 different crews participating in 10 races on 4 different race days at an average of 5.7 boats per race.