She was injured. No further proof necessary. It doesn't matter whether she was hit by the Mommy boat or if she hit the Mommy boat. No matter how we choose or choose not to "regulate" Mommy boats they should never be close enough to competitors during a race to be involved in a collision. We don't need concrete proof of this because we are not asserting that Mommy boats will increase performance allowing you to win. We are only asserting that Mommy boats provide services to sailors who use them. The provision of these services is outside assistance. I doubt it. But once again we are not asserting that Mommy boats make you a better sailor. No, he is not necessarily corrupt. But as soon as he provides any service to his sailors during a regatta, he is providing outside assistance. Irrelevant. He has provided outside information, and thus outside assistance, to you. Assistance is provided between races. That assistance is provided to sailors unequally because the coaches are not impartial. We would like sailors to have equal access to assistance during a day on the water. One way to achieve this end is to limit the usage of coach boats. Do we get to have an evening gown competition too? None needed. There are no relevant facts that are disputed. 1. Mommy boats exist. 2. Mommy boats provide various assistance to sailors. 3. The assistance is provided on the water. 4. Outside assistance is not allowed. The only thing that remains to be decided is whether outside assistance provided between races should be proscribed by one or more of the sailing instructions, class rules, or sailing rules.