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Int. Canoe Nationals at Royal Plymouth Corinthian Yacht Club Day 2

by Chris Hampe 6 Aug 2012 06:37 BST 4-7 August 2012

Day two of the Ullman Sails International Canoe Europa Cup started with heavy rain and a light southerly breeze. The race committee and safety boat teams from our host at the Royal Plymouth Corinthian Yacht Club did an excellent job setting three races either side of shipping movements to ensure a fair and clear course was maintained.

With lighter winds the International Canoe fleet was much more tightly bunched with several place changes as the wind speed and direction varied throughout the races. In the end there was no stopping Alistair Warren from scoring three race wins from John Ellis who maintained a set of three second places to move up to second overall.

The real battle is for third overall and a capsise for Steve Clark whilst leading race 3 could prove costly as after the discard is applied sits tied on points with Simon Allen and Chris Hampe.

In the Asymmetric fleet Robin Wood scored 1, 2, 1 to extend his lead over Steve Bowen who had a scoreline of 2, 3, 7. Tony Robertshaw jumps up to 3rd overall after winning race 4 and finishing 2nd in race 5.

Results after Day 2:

IC Fleet

PosSail NoHelmR1R2R3R4R5Pts
1317Alistair Warren111115
2278Simon Allen4245419
3318John EllisDNF322220
4308Chris Hampe2DNF34525
5320Steve Clark3DNF53325
6275Hugh DeLongh5566628
7295Colin Newman6477731
8242E Bremner7688938
9311Perham HardingDNFDNC99848
10321Gareth CaldwellDNFDNCDNCDNCDNC55

AC Fleet

PosSail NoHelmR1R2R3R4R5Pts
1233Robin Wood111216
2310Steve Bowen2223716
3306Tony Robertshaw6651220
4298Rob Bell4374321
5280Peter McLaren5566527
676Arne StahlDNCDNC45439
7300Roger Howell7789940
8269Andy Gordon8898841
9313Max ReidDNF4DNF7643
10296Phil Allen3DNF3DNFDNC45
11294Rob StebbingDNFDNC10101056

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