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SB20 World Championship at the Royal Yacht Squadron, Cowes - Overall

by The SB20 Worlds Team on 2 Sep 28 August - 1 September 2017

Those of you who read the news yesterday may be rather surprised to see this headline, but today Jerry Hill, Geoff Carveth and Richard Lovering from Team Sportsboatworld.com took pole position to become the new SB20 World Champions!

The team of three, who yesterday sat in 5th place on the overall leader board, turned heads by gaining enough points in the only race of the day to rocket them into first place, grabbing themselves the title of SB20 World Champions.

This week the Solent has thrown some challenging sailing conditions at competitors and today did not disappoint. The day started with great anticipation amongst competitors however the wind was back to its old tricks and by mid morning racing was delayed. Thankfully crews did not have to wait long and by lunchtime teams were out on the water lining up for what would turn out to be the first and only race of the day.

Yet again tacticians had their work cut out for them with light, shifty winds making conditions tricky. The light winds held out long enough for team Sportsboatworld.com to secure a strong lead in race one before the fleet fell into a wind hole and the waiting game began, with anticipation, to see if another race would prevail.

Sadly a further race was not possible and by late afternoon Silver and Gold fleets were heading back to shore ready for the celebrations and prize giving at the Royal Yacht Squadron.

Today we caught up with the Rear Commodore of Yachting from the Royal Yacht Squadron as well as team Sportsboatworld.com and Henri Lloyd in our daily highlights video.

We would like to thank our day sponsor Henri Lloyd for their generous support of the SB20 World Championships. We hope you enjoyed your day, as it sure was eventful!

Until next time...

Overall Results:

PosSail NoTeamCrewQSR1R2R3R4R5Pts
1GBR3752SPORTSBOATWORLD.COMJerry Hill / Geoff Carveth / Richard Lovering2151341132
2AUS3731EXPORT ROOMichael Cooper / David Chapman / Gerry Mitchell53210241434
3FRA3653GIVE ME FIVERobin Follin / G Germain / M Abguillerm / E Michel10166161639
4GBR3754XCELLENTJohn Pollard / Rob Smith / Steve Procter10183071743
5UKR3726ITPARFUMEBorys Shvets / Anatolii Petrov / Ivan Pavlusik / Anna Kyselova2341695243
6IRL3544SIN BINMichael O'Connor / Davy Taylor / Ed Cooke19236172947
7GBR3728MARVELRichard Powell / Ben Vines / Tim Burnell191142151248
8RUS3707VIS SAILING TEAMVadim Pushev / Timur Sabirzyanov / Alexander Mikhailov2577722148
9NED3714MXTCMarco van Driel / Joost Assmann / Martijn Worseling2826123121166
10GBR3310WILDLING/ROPE 4 BOATSMartin Boatman / Stewart Brown / Ian Turnbull31185822971
11GBR3732FORELLE ESTATESJoe Llewellyn / Nigel Wakefield / Jerry Vigus352311416874
12UKR3633#GAMECHANGERYulia Kyrpa / Hugo Rocha / Semen Dmytrenko / Viktor Kandyba1717181732776
13AUS3756PORCO ROSSOElliott Noye / Paul McCartney / Edward Snowball3921913301092
14GBR3720UBERAdrian Peach / P Bettesworth / J Short / G Stringer30121520213398
15RUS3722MSTVasily Grigoriev / Valeriy Ushkov / Mikhail Markin48132451123100
16RUS3708MELSTON TEAMKirill Frolov / Alexey Murashkin / Egor Ignatenko15272834332105
17IRL3741BAD/KILCULLENJerry Dowling / Stefan Hyde / James Dowling42301731106105
18AUS3747DIFFICULT WOMANRob Gough / Nick Dineen / Claire Cunningham / Stewart Gray4283425825108
19FRA3423APCC EQUIPE JEUNESimon Bertheau / A Hugo / H Baptiste / C Mathilde361010413319108
20FRA3721RHAPSODIEAlain Roig / Hugo Feydit / Sebastian Soupey / Adéle Marevery46143729204113
21GBR3106WHY A DUCKTom Clay / James Clay / Ed Morris4862532439115
22GBR3750GOODHYDEINGNigel Grogan / Jack Grogan / Sam Caslin571514361320119
23AUS3737BLACKNick Rogers / Robert Jeffreys / Andrew Roberts24223941930124
24GBR3758BREAKING BODCharles Whelan / Richard Mcadam / Richard Hall43935212335131
25GBR3309NARWHALChristian Sutherland / Etienne Gauvain / Ben Paton69361115415136
26BEL3345GO WITH THE FLOWBart Tytgat / Tobias Tytgat / Kristof Woutters581920261436137
27FRA3706BLACK MAGICEdward Russo / Gilles Favennec / Teiva Siakinuu Valluy453119123531138
28GBR3085BOATYLICIOUSLee Boatman / Danny Boatman / Adam Ovington472023333724147
29IRL3449LIADave Barry / Cillian Dickson / Gareth Nolan503529161837148
30GBR3086TARANik Burfoot / Stuart Clyburn / Tony Hustan532433223618150
31GBR3149POOR BUOYMark Gillett / Paul Hine / Heather Ross / Georgina Povall623721182822151
32GBR3057BALOOMike Matthews / Carl Outhwaite / Bill Maughan523231113426152
33AUS3757BRAZENJervis Tilly / Giles Peckham / Peter Tindale343338352528155
34IRL3739VENUESWORLDGer Dempsey / Chris Nolan / Diana Kissane / Graeme Grant542827281940156
35IRL3490TWO MEN & THEIR MONKEYDarah Sheridan / Shane Murphy / John Phelan642522242638161
36FRA3339SANS BLAGUEPierre‑Yves Lambert / M Faure / M Dulos / F Herpin563926232734166
37SIN3227GLASGOW KISSNils Razmilovic / David Salembier / Jeremy Chase552941412913167
38RUS3755VICTORIAKolobanov Alexey / Sokolov Audrey / Martinov Viatcheslav683436193115167
39GBR3014SPONGE BOBAlain Waha / Joshua Waha / Ben Childerly / Isabel Waha61383241413175
40GBR3089BLUEJAYJohn Reekie / Stuart Thomson / Rory Yaroley584030273827180
41FRA3609NEW CALEDONIATugdual Piriou / Pierre Vaudelet / Yann Rigal6914167182
42GBR3751SWEATY BETTYDavid Atkinson / Mark Bonner / John Outhwaite6991581092
43NED35843JSJeroen van der Velden / Jeroen Kop / Jan van der Meijden7934073294
44NED3702BUITENHUIS ADVIESMartijn Buitenhuis / Marcel van Liere / Alastair Shaw71811221496
45GBR3473SLARTIBARTFASTPaul Methven / Gill Methven / Tom Methven / Ella Methven71155351899
46OMA3475OMA 1Ibtisam Al Salmi / Helena Lucas / T Al Balushi / R Al Habi864219168116
47RUS3753ABSOLUTIgor Ginzburg / Oleg Krivov / Vladimir Kulinichenko8013861013117
48GBR3710CHILL PILL +Tich Summers / Scott Graham / Nick Elder107240126118
49GBR3082SHARCCharles Sheppard / Francois Hilary / Ellie Cumpy976312111118
50OMA3307OMA 3Ali Al Balushi / Hussain Al Jabri / Yasir Al Rahbi83740171121139
51AUS3383HYPERTRONICSStephen Catchpool / Leigh Johnson / Chris Keil92141440193142
52NED3555DAMEN SAILING TEAM SB20Mark Snijder / Fleur Huibers‑Sneijers / Olivier Stuip10227234135147
53GER3402PROPERTYBASE SAILING TEAMDaniel Spaenle / T Spaenle / K Krauss / F Blaseio91176112322147
54GBR3366DORISPhil Rumbelow / Mike Rutland / Charlie Hook93211681516148
55GBR3027ETHELOliver Hill / Charles Hill / Arthur Fry / George Richards106161010919151
56AUS3749SMIGGERAndrew Smith / David Watson / Sam Tiedeman10126713409156
57GBR3285ALL GOOD THINGSHattie Askew / Ellie Meopham / Jack Preece / Titus Treneman1105409407171
58GBR3305TRIOGary Baker / Oliver Needham / Chris O'Donnell118409142023184
59NED3041HEIN RUYTEN ONE DESIGNHein Ruyten / Fras van der Wel / Evert Krol94404026425189
60GBR3217DOOLALIArthur Bruce / Daniel Neild / Giles Oldershaw852226404017190
61GBR3177DARK & STORMYAndrew Bell / Catherine Wood / Daniel Craft / Jessica Slater137191515631192
62GBR3029OMEHelen Macnamara / Ian Hudson / Duncan Pryde1354012211714199
63FRA3576LADYBUGBenoît Melen / Eric Brioist / Gregory Baum1111824222426199
64GBR3206SENDITJames Shelbourne / Phil Devereux / James Gair / Will Robinson771140404032200
65IRL3323SEABISCUITMarty Cuppage / Barry Glavin / Niall O'Riordan1081013404035206
66GBR3571TURBULENCE TOONatalie French / Paul French / Michael Hewitt1282420231224207
67GBR3070SONIC BOOMDavid Wilkinson / Alwyn Marsden / Andy Airnes / Dawn Wilkinson1282325402712215
68GBR3095MUTTS NUTSMark Brammer / Dave Townend / Adam Cleasby1082527404015215
69OMA3501OMA 2Akram Al Wahaibi / A Al Mashari / H Al Wahaibi / M Al Khaifi1253117252629222
70GBR3075STRIPTEASERebecca Anthony / Daniel Anthony / Rory Fleminger1282028281828222
71GBR3531CARNAGERobin Kirby / Matt Williams / Chris Williams1283319182536223
72GBR3316L.O.SRobert Corbally / Joe Hemmant / Nick Wright1362821271434226
73GBR3096RED KITERoger Harford / Tim Bigg / Francesca Martin1033240404020235
74GBR3740ARADA STOVES‑NEW HOPEMartin Fox / Gareth Glover / Doug Innes1313440202233240
75GBR3215SAIL NAVYLizzie Farrington / Tom Brophy / Thomas Fuller1273529244027242
76GBR33686A VISION HOMESPeter Noe / Justin Noe / James Greenwood1331222404039246
77GBR3276TROUBLE & STRIFEToby Bennett / B Barker / R Butterworth / C Spraggs1312930302937249
78GBR3267HEART OF GOLDTom Hayhoe / David Vialls / Chris Vialls1523018292830257
79GBR3064TEIGNAGERAnthony Robinson / Nigel Brown / Lynn Jaffa1573631404038302

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