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International Canoe Week and UK Nationals at Plymouth - Overall

by Chris Hampe 19 Jun 2019 13:07 BST 10-16 June 2019

Day 5 of Canoe Week would form the second day of the nationals and would eliminate several boats from the running at the front of the fleet with a South-Westerly wind blowing up to 27 knots.

One of the first casualties was Chris Hampe Who elected to return to shore to make repairs only to be timed out for the start of the first race. Robin Wood would dominate the race to win clearly ahead of Phil Robin and Alistair Warren.

For the second race of the day Alistair Warren, Phil Robin and Chris Hampe all broke clear, as many boats capsized on the first tack upwind. It was a closely fought battle throughout the race with the two Dragonfly designs of Warren and Robin faster upwind, While Hampe was faster offwind in his Morison 3 design where he was able to pass Robin for second place. This was how it was going to finish until Warren capsized on his final tack to the finish line. He was so close to the line that if the tide had been ebbing he would surly of drifted across the finish before Hampe could pass. With Hampe stealing the win Warren's 2nd place still meant he had the best score line of the day as other contenders posted inconsistent scores.

The sun finally shined for Saturday's showdown despite less wind then the previous two days, the sailors found they were still hiking at the end of their sliding seats. With three races scheduled in champagne conditions it was Robin Wood who was back on form winning the first 2 races. For the title contenders Alistair Warren was the most consistent scoring 3, 2, 1 ahead of Glen Truswell with a 4, 3, 2.

With conditions set to deteriorate on Sunday an early decision was made to cancel all races and finalise the results. This meant that for the Nationals the result would be decided with no discards while the Canoe Week results would be scored with a single discard.

This was meant that Alistair Warren was crowned National Champion from newcomer Glen Truswell with Phil Robin in third. While Dan Skinner led the Old boat prize. For Canoe Week the discard was enough to lift Chris Hampe into first place ahead of Glen Trussell and Phil Robin.

International Canoe UK Nationals Overall Results:
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PosSail NoCanoe NameHelmClubR1R2R3R4R5R6Pts
1st317DragonflyAlistair WarrenAldeburgh YC23232113
2nd321DustyGlen TruswellPoole YC54324321
3rd328Little ScarletPhil RobinHaylig Island SC32543623
4th344Black BettyRobin WoodLlandegfedd SCDNF1911237
5th340Monkeys UncleChris HampeMount Batten1DNC155439
6th319Stringy BitsRob BellEmberton Park SC676107844
7th338Money4NuffinSteve ClarkeLlandegfedd SCDNC64610554
8th343BlunderbussPhil AllenChichester YCDNC57116759
9th262LongbowDan SkinnerWest Kirby SC48DNC12111169
10th275Mustang SallyAlasdair AlstonWest Kirby SC7DNF81312972
11th267Oh Fancy ThatMartin RobbCastle Cove SCDNF101015141385
12th323Tipping PointRoger HowellRPCYCDNC9DNF9131289
13th339BloodhoundDave TimsomLlandegfedd SCDNCDNCDNC881095
14th314Silver SurferEd BremnerRoadford Lake SCDNCDNCDNC161514114
15th347FlashAndy GordonStokes Bay SCDNCDNCDNC7DNCDNC122
16th346The Last HorizonJohn EllisScaling Dam SCDNCDNCDNCDNC9DNC124
17th333White KnightTony MarstonWest Kirby SCDNCDNCDNC14DNCDNC129
18th336Hard and FastRob StebbingCastle Cove SCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC138
18th311ScarletPerham HardingSwanage SCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC138
18th102TormentMichael BriggStokes Bay SCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC138
18th347FlashAndy GordonStokes Bay SCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC138
18th326End GameHugh de LonghCastle Cove SCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC138

Canoe Week Results:

PosSail NoCanoe NameHelmClubR1R2R3R4R5R6Pts
1st340Monkeys UncleChris HampeMount Batten4141(DNC)515
2nd321DustyGlen TruswellPoole YC(DNC)3354217
3rd328Little ScarletPhil RobinHaylig Island SC(DNC)4532418
5th319Stringy BitsRob BellEmberton Park SC(DNC)22671027
6th338Money4NuffinSteve ClarkeLlandegfedd SC366(DNC)6627
4th344Black BettyRobin WoodLlandegfedd SC1(RET)1DNF1127
7th343BlunderbussPhil AllenChichester YC297(DNC)51134
8th275Mustang SallyAlasdair AlstonWest Kirby SC91397(DNF)1351
9th317DragonflyAlistair WarrenAldeburgh YC(DNC)DNCDNC23354
10th333White KnightTony MarstonWest Kirby SC7511(DNC)DNC1460
11th346The Last HorizonJohn EllisScaling Dam SC5710(DNC)DNCDNC68
12th262LongbowDan SkinnerWest Kirby SC(DNC)DNCDNC481270
13th267Oh Fancy ThatMartin RobbCastle Cove SC(DNC)1013DNF101571
14th336Hard and FastRob StebbingCastle Cove SC6812(DNC)DNCDNC72
15th314Silver SurferEd BremnerRoadford Lake SC101214(DNC)DNC1675
16th323Tipping PointRoger HowellRPCYC(DNC)DNCDNCDNC9987
17th311ScarletPerham HardingSwanage SC(DNC)118DNCDNCDNC88
18th347FlashAndy GordonStokes Bay SC(DNC)DNCDNCDNCDNC799
19th339BloodhoundDave TimsomLlandegfedd SC(DNC)DNCDNCDNCDNC8100
20th326End GameHugh de LonghCastle Cove SC8(DNC)DNCDNCDNCDNC100
21st102TormentMichael BriggStokes Bay SC(DNC)DNCDNCDNCDNCDNC115

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