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Zhik UK 29er National Championship at Royal Torbay Yacht Club - Day 2

by Paul Hammett 9 Aug 2016 08:11 BST 6-12 August 2016

The second day of the Zhik 29er Nationals was a day of snakes and ladders with 4 races completed in a wide variety of conditions. The day started with 10-12 knots and eased to 5-7 knots, then after a see-saw settled in at 290 and built to 13-15 knots at the end of the day. The race team did a great job to get in 4 races with the marks team testing their upper body strength as they responded to the multiple wind shifts.

Crispin Beaumont and Tom Darling found the conditions to their liking and after a 7th in race 1 put in 1,1,1 to lead the Championships on 10 points. Nick Robins/Billy Vennis-Ozanne with a 10,4,2,4 are in second just ahead of George Tardrew/Freddie Simes in 3rd who scored a 4,2,5,2. Hannah Bristow and Emily Covell still lead the girls in 5th overall. Ellie Walton and Dan Budden posted a 1,1,2,9 to take the lead in the mixed category and lie7th.

With 6 good races in the bag the fleet can look forward to another day of racing Tuesday ahead of the split to Gold and Silver. It looks like a slightly lighter NNW breeze for Tuesday and another day that will test the nerves of the sailors and the race team.

You can keep up with the racing on the 29er website and the twitter feed @29erracing.

Results after Day 2:

PosSail NoHelmCrewR1R3R5R6R7R8R9R10R11R12Pts
13CRISPIN BEAUMONTTOM DARLING  7 1 1 1 11
22304NICK ROBINSBILLY VENNIS‑OZANNE3110 4 2 4 14
3777GEORGE TARDREWFREDDIE SIMES27 4 2 5 215
42381HAMISH TAYLORRORY ROSE83 5 3 3 418
52379HANNAH BRISTOWEMILY COVELL   3 8 6 1620
62399BOBBY HEWITTHARVEY MARTIN  3 6 7 2 22
71504ELLIE WALTONDAN BUDDEN1018 1 1 2 923
82514ROSGO BANHAMALEX KING  1 5 6 10 25
923HARRY DURCANHARRY WHITAKER19212 2 3 7 26
102344JAMES HAMMETTJAMES EALES   8 6 1 627
112336OLIVER ALDRIDGEJAMIE JOBSON1245 7 5 6 27
122225IAIN BIRDJAKE HARDMAN136 7 5 12 131
132203HATTIE ROGERSORLA MITCHELL   6 7 4 1131
142347FREYA BLACKELLIOTT WELLS  6 8 18 5 33
152213ISSY BLACKJAMES GRUMMETT7212 3 13 11 36
162341PATRICK CROGHANDOMINIC LEWIS111 2 13 19 1037
172340EWAN WILSONDANIEL HARRIS16516 10 4 3 38
182305DAN VENABLESJOHN MATHER  4 39 8 9 38
192118JAMES HOLLISPADDY KEECH614 19 9 7 743
202235PHOEBE CONNELLANSOPHIE OTTER158 39 4 17 347
212345ANNA PRESCOTTGILLIES MUNRO  9 9 39 8 50
2225ELLA METHVENNATHANIEL GORDON5922 13 12 15 54
232380HATTY WARDEVE TOWNSEND   11 11 13 1854
242025SARAH JARMANNICK DEVEREUX   10 15 8 1355
252337DAN ARMSTRONGFIN ARMSTRONG922 9 10 20 856
26480MORGAN PEACHJESS JOBSON   12 16 10 558
272236CHARLOTTE ORMERODDANIEL LEWIS41614 11 14 21 59
282478HUW EDWARDSJOSH DAWSON   18 14 21 1260
292292ED NORBURYCHARLIE HUTCHINGS  11 26 21 16 73
302099MAT CURRELLDAVID BRAND  19 14 11 18 76
312120REBECCA LEWISWILL WARD1420 14 17 14 1776
322416JAMES LEETCHCHARLIE JEYNES251220 39 9 13 79
332216WILL CUNLIFFEJAMES CUNLIFFE   23 30 9 1983
342241HENRY JAMESONHARRY JONES   17 21 25 3986
35346LUKE ROBERTSONJACOB HUTCHINGS2410 16 23 15 2588
361781LUKE GRIBBINEWAN GRIBBIN202717 20 19 12 88
371779MATTHEW LECKIEIZZI BRISTOW  8 39 22 20 89
382477ALICE HANDLEYZOE JAMES   22 20 11 2293
39773ALICE SMITHMATT HODGES  21 16 23 28 93
402173ETHAN LEAHYROBERT RICHARDSON1129 24 31 16 1595
412343BELLA FELLOWSANNA STURROCK181532 39 15 17 97
422022EMMA TARDREWANNA ROWE223118 12 17 30 99
432275KATIE MUNROBETH HURST2124 15 27 18 2199
442242ARTHUR BROWNHANNAH TUCKER331328 17 16 27 101
45310JEREMY HARTLEYALEX EWART   21 26 31 14101
462545CHRIS JAMESJAMES HALL352523 15 20 23 106
472506TOM MITCHELLCIAN ASHBY   13 18 22 23109
481817POPPY GILKSREX FARRANT  35 39 10 33 110
492113RORY FULTONJAMIE MACAULAY  37 25 29 22 113
501122CAITLIN WEBSTEREMMA BARNETT   20 12 28 30115
512046OLLIE DIXONDYLAN WALENDY‑ WRIGLEY232615 39 25 26 115
52403HANNA BRANTLEWIS BROWN311725 24 32 19 116
532123JESSIE MAINELLEN MAIN   31 22 23 20116
541971RORY ODELLELLIOTT MARSHALL273527 21 28 14 117
551702TOBY COPEGREG BROWN323013 28 24 25 120
561789LUKE HARTLEYOLIVER MORRELL172829 23 31 24 121
572045LUCY WILSONALLY FERGUSON282326 19 34 29 125
582040RYAN BUSHLOUIS GIBBS   26 24 27 24128
592493EWAN LUKEZAC BLOMELEY373324 18 27 31 133
60111IZZIE BERKLEYCOURTNEY BILBROUGH   29 25 24 29133
611490CORI MCFARLANECALLUM ELWIN   34 33 26 32134
622331TOM DAWSONSAM KNEALE   25 19 34 31136
632332DAISY LEE‑BROWNECHLOE BUTTERWORTH   28 39 29 26137
64254ROBBIE KINGRYAN ORR261931 30 33 36 139
652111TRISTAN PAYNEJAKE CARPENTER   30 35 30 35145
662414TOM BALEOLLIE GIBSON343434 22 26 34 150
671867TOM HOLLIDAYOLLIE DENIS   27 28 32 27153
682229HANNAH ROBERTS‑STRAWAMY BALE303230 29 35 32 153
692027NANCY SCOTTJAMES CURTIS   32 29 36 28155
701972VICKY COWANPHILLY ALA293936 27 30 35 157
71311JAMIE PEARSONROBIN JONES   35 36 38 34167
722128ZOE KINGISOBEL CLARK   37 32 37 33173
731613BETH ALBONEELEANOR CRANFIELD   33 34 33 37174
742016TOM BOOTHARCHIE HALLETT383633 31 37 38 175
752231BUZZ GILKSFRANCESCA GILKS   36 37 35 36176
76834PADDY JAMESCAM AITKEN363938 32 36 37 179

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