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RS Feva European Championships at Aquavitesse, Bruinisse, Holland

by Golly Tucker 3 Jun 2014 16:14 BST 29-31 May 2014

The RS Feva European Championships 2014 were held over Thursday 29 to Saturday 31 May at Aquavitesse, Bruinisse, Holland. Six nations battled it out for the honours - NED, CZE, BEL, LTU, EST & GBR. Competition was very tight until new UK Champions Harvey Martin & Bobby Hewitt blew everyone away with a stunning last 5 races - 1,1,3,2,1 to win with a comfortable 18pt margin.

Thursday dawned with a fair bit of cloud but a great racing breeze to get the first 3 races in. The day one leaders were Dutch duo Ties v.d. Stroom & Gijs Dutilh. At this point Harvey & Bobby were still settling in but lurked ominously for the others in 3rd place just behind Graeme & Madeleine Bristow. Czech girls Nikol Stankova & Veronika Piklova were 4th with Jack Lewis & Lucas Marshall sniffing around in 5th. Lithuanian pairing Simonas Jarsouas & Gabriele Petraityte made up a four nation top six.

Friday was just fabulous with a good breeze and sun galore for the four races. Harvey & Bobby found their Dutch sealegs and challenged all-comers with a good day ending with a perfect pair of bullets to go into the final day sat on top of the heap. Nikol & Veronika had hitched onto the leaders shirt tails and nipped into second while Graeme & Madeleine were still holding up Jack & Lucas. The Dutch decided that scrappinig amongst themselves was just as much fun and took out places 5 to 8 with Bo v. Wendel d.Joode & Ties v.d. Ploegh doing the most damage.

After a fabulous Dutch sailors dinner and discs (music) on Friday evening, Saturday dawned with the sun flowing over but the wind doing as promised and lurking around behind the bushes. As foecast however the breeze regained it's confidence after a couple of hours and then steadily built all day to give fabulous conditions for the last three races. And Harvey & Bobby just nailed it. Making best use of the second discard kicking in Jack & Lucas managed to pull it out of the bag in the last race to snatch silver by one point from Nikol & Veronika. Getting the unenvied but massively well deserved leather medal were Dutch team Bo & Ties from compatriots Ties & Gijs and more compatriots Willemijn & Manus Offerman thus giving the home nation 4th to 6th.

Medals and Trophies:

  • Gold, Harvey Martin & Bobby Hewitt (GBR)
  • Silver, Jack Lewis & Lucas Marshall (GBR)
  • Bronze, Nikol Stankova & Veronika Piklova (CZE)
Ladies
  • Gold, Nikol Stankova & Veronika Piklova (CZE)
  • Silver, Nynke Verwoerd & Annabel Wickel (NED)
  • Bronze, Kotryna Kastaite & Daumante Petrailyte
Junior
  • Gold, Jack Lewis & Lucas Marshall (GBR)
  • Silver, Jaroslav Cermak & Petr Kostal (CZE)
  • Bronze, Jip & Lot Groen (NED)
Family
  • 1st Willemijn & Manus Offerman (NED)
  • 2nd Graeme & Madeleine Bristow (GBR)
  • 3rd Finley & Daniel Armstrong (GBR)

Overall Results:

PosSail NoNatHelmCrewClubR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8R9R10Pts
1st1389GBRHarvey MartinBobby HewittLeigh and Lowton/Ogston Sailing Club23‑11‑931132116
2nd4945GBRJack LewisLucas MarshallDraycote Water Sailing Club‑16123‑1555114334
3rd4956CZENikol StankovaVeronika Piklovayc lipno nad vltavou5‑66442356‑835
4th5623NEDBo van Wendel de JoodeTies VerploeghKZC‑13‑1535634291042
5th3691NEDTies van der StroomGijs DutilhKRZV De Maas92112‑16991‑19245
6th2878NEDWillemijn OffermanManus OffermanWVA‑vinkeveen887814‑13‑97649
7th4610GBRGraeme BristowMadeleine BristowLeigh and Lowton1781766‑24‑141450
8th4890GBRFinley ArmstrongDaniel ArmstrongRoyal Torbay Yacht Club4‑164‑155107143754
9th3475NEDTom DutilhMax BruijnRoyal Maas YC Rotterdam6(BFD)56‑1278412957
10th5679LTUSimonas JarsouasGabriele Petraitytena749781210‑161‑1558
11th3469NEDRoos van Lookeren CampagneOlivier TanKRandZV De Maas10(BFD)‑191098161013480
12th453GBRHarry BarkerJosh BeckBowmoor Sailing Club3921‑3110232616(OCS)90
13th4768GBRArthur BrownHannah TuckerROYAL BURNHAM SAILING CLUB171720112‑21‑23851393
14th5146GBRDaniel LewisElliott MarshallDraycote Water Sailing Club115‑1814‑17111117111696
15th2186CZEJaroslav CermakPetr KostalYC Pardubice1513132‑35‑2415151020103
16th5335CZEVaclav BrabecJohana Rozlivkov√°YC CERE‑2211171313‑1814131512108
17th3466NEDCarien DermerBas van Lookeren CampagneKRZV De Maas121210‑181815‑2018818111
18th4319ESTAugust LuureArtur LuureSRA NYCS 19141216191712‑2117‑26126
19th4103GBRGeorge TardrewSam LythgoeSea Cadets21201619‑23131919‑275132
20th1620NEDNaud BolSofie BolKRZV De Maas14(PI1)1527(DNF)163071811138
21st4309NEDTom van CranenburghPhiline van CranenburghKWV De Kaag181814‑28‑242217202117147
22nd1619NEDThomas SnoekTijmen BeemsterWatersport Vereniging Vinkeveen‑Abcoude2310222111‑262126‑2823157
23rd3692NEDGijs BinkhorstBoudewijn BinkhorstKWVLoosdrecht‑2719‑3017222518252027173
24th3524NEDNynke VerwoerdAnnabel Wickelkzc2523242525‑29‑26122325182
25th4065GBREmma TardrewFreddie SimesBVSC‑3024232914272522‑3119183
26th3470NEDKoen VierlingJoost DragtRoyal MaasYC2425‑3324212027‑292422187
27th587NEDJip GroenLot GroenWVA Vinkeveen20‑3425222914222730‑33189
28th5680LTUKotryna KasetaiteDaumante Petraitytena‑323028232819‑31282221199
29th3213NEDMartijn JessurunRozemarijn BeemsterWV Vinkeveen‑Abcoude‑352127‑38303424232528212
30th4833NEDTijn BosMarit HenkelmanKWVL‑313129263128‑36312624226
31st3272NEDFolkert‑Jan OosterkampThymen OttenhofMuiden‑39283132203337‑402929239
32nd3473NEDWouter van der VeenLaurens DermerKNRZV De Maas33‑36‑3520273035323232241
33rd421NEDSaskia VisserBaruch KiestraRoyal Netherlands Yacht Club293332‑36263128‑353531245
34th4441BELAline BongaertsJentel Van RijnRYCB2829‑37373432293334‑39256
35th4551NEDQuirine de HaanDanique LeunisseGWV Elfhoeven3826‑393532‑4434393630270
36th4111NEDMax KortmanStorm RechsteinerRoyal Netherlands Yacht Club2635‑38343336‑45363734271
37th4494NEDFlorine de HaanGita HouboltWSV Elfhoeven34272630393832(DNS)(DNS)DNS275
38th3138NEDMatts LeunisseLukas van den BroekGWV Elfhoeven‑403734‑41363738384035295
39th6389NEDAnne van MarioonKarlijn van WoerkomWatersport vereniging Oostvoorne‑4238‑4240383533423936301
40th1174NEDDillan van DamMiluska van RompuWVA3642‑44424141(DNF)303337302
41st5092NEDFemke van den BergMartin WoltersWVA‑4339364337404034(OCS)40309
42nd3694NEDGhislaine van VlijmenJorrit HeddemaKWVL37324039(DNF)424241(DNF)43316
43rd5670NEDChris SchonemanGijs VerhulstWSV Jachthaven Bruinisse414343(DNF)403939‑444342330
44th6390NEDJan van MarionBas van Woerkomwatersport vereniging oostvoorne4644‑483342434347(DNF)38336
45th5248NEDTies de la CourtKoen SteinWSV Herkingen (NL)44(DNF)4144(DNF)DNF41373846340
46th5567NEDJustin RotJacob Quak ‑474147(DNF)434544464144351
47th4831NEDOlaf bouwensLuc LeemhuisGeen454045(DNF)(DNF)DNFDNF454445362
48th5568NEDLoet BrouwerMax VermeulenKwvl(DNF)(DNF)46DNF44DNFDNS434241363

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