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Tempest National Championships at Carsington Sailing Club

by Ged Bellamy 22 Jul 2010 16:24 BST 16-18 July 2010

Visitors from Ullswater YC in the north and Hornet SC in the south joined the Carsington fleet for 3 days of exciting conditions with squalls and fresh SW winds around 20 to 24 knots on the Friday reducing slightly over the 3 day event.

Friday saw 2-races with very heavy squalls especially providing views of the occasional keel. Carsington’s Jim Hart & John Gill (GBR1121) led the fleet at the end of the day with a 1st and a 2rd place closely followed by Ullswaters Mike & Paul Adams (GBR1181). Friday evenings BBQ & Bar proved quite popular with some very tired and hungry crews.

Saturday dawned with the arrival of 3 more boats in very slightly lighter conditions resulting in some close racing both at the front and rear of the 9 boat fleet. 1 race was held in the morning before lunch followed by 2 more in the afternoon. Following his retirement for repairs on the previous day Ian Modral & Robin Higgens (GBR1114) from Ullswater SC put together 3 fine races to finish the day with 3 bullets.

The evening was finished off by an excellent meal in the clubhouse, which was enjoyed by everyone.

Sunday saw 2 races and some rain with winds gusting 12-18 knots at times. Once again our own sailors Jim &John where battling it out at the front of the fleet only to see the transom of the Ullswater yacht GBR1114 slowly pull away to take another 2 first places.

National Race Officer Henry Wright & his team once again set some fine courses and provided the fleet with a challenging event over the 7 races.

Overall Results:
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PosSailNoClubHelmCrewR1R2R3R4R5R6R7Pts
1st1114UYCIan ModralRobin Higgens-2(10.0 DNF)111115
2nd1121CSCJim HartJohn Gill12-3-42229
3rd1181UYCMike AdamsPaul Adams-312233-411
4th1111UYCJohn RobinsonLindsay Whitehead434-84-6520
5th910Hornet SCDerek BuddenAndy Rumsey55-7555-625
6th1077CSCPhil MuntonIan Faulds64666-7-828
7th1161 John ModralColin Meadows(10.0 DNS)(10.0 DNS)10.0 DNF310.0 DNF4330
8th1075CSCBill HurlestoneRichard Lawson(10.0 DNS)(10.0 DNS)5710.0 DNF8737
9th1084Hornet SCRalph BuddenKathleen Budden(10.0 DNS)(10.0 DNS)8910.0 DNS910.0 DNF46

Ladies Trophy: GBR1084 - Katheryn Budden (crew)

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