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Bart's Bash 2016 - Provisional Results

by The Bart's Bash team on 21 Oct 2016 17-18 September 2016

Provisional results are ready!


A big, big, big! thank you to our amazing event makers and volunteers for loading over 4500 boats in the world largest sailing race, our provisional results are ready for viewing.

To find out where you (provisionally) came click on the results link above and then search for your 'skipper' or your 'club' using the search function.

So, Did you beat them? ...

  • Jimmy Spithill | Oracle Team USA | Bart Speed = 2.71463 (301st overall)
  • Nathan Outteridge | Artemis Racing | Bart Speed = 2.69651
  • Dean Barker | Softbank Team Japan | Bart Speed = 2.47323
  • Iain Percy and Ben Ainslie | RS Elite | Bart Speed = 1.16789

And results are still coming in! If you can't find your result please let us know and we are here to support and load results in if needed.

Congratulation to our Top 3 Disabled Sailors:

  1. RACHEL REDGROVE - (Greece) | Bart Speed = 2.93207 (191st overall)
  2. JANET HORSFIELD - (UK) | Bart Speed = 2.54363
  3. NEV MILLARD - (UK) | Bart Speed = 2.52044

We are so, so grateful to the armada of sailors who made this incredible third year. As we close in on the final numbers, we are so proud that once again so many people have supported the Bash and the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation.

The 4th Bart's Bash!!

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