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Haulfryn Dragon Edinburgh Cup at South Caernarvonshire Yacht Club - Overall

by Emma York 23 Jul 2019 09:22 BST 16-19 July 2019
Mark Greaves, Adam Bowers and Mike Budd win the Haulfryn Dragon Edinburgh Cup 2019 overall © BDA

The 71st British Dragon Nationals, the Haulfryn Edinburgh Cup, came to a close on Thursday 18 July after two final races were sailed. The event was shortened by a day due to an increasing weather front approaching the Irish Sea but all six championship races were successfully sailed thanks to the organisation of the SCYC race team.

The start of the Edinburgh Cup enjoyed classic summer weather with sunshine and light south easterly breezes. It increased during the week as the wind veered and strengthened from the south with a rolling swell.

The 33 Dragons, including several visitors from Ireland, Turkey, Scotland and the United States, were part of very close competitive racing across the three days.

Northern Championship winner Mike Budd and his team on board Harry led from the start with a bullet in race one and race six. Utilising every bit of local knowledge they sailed well every day to hold off the top three chasing Dragons.

Martin Byrne's 2011 Championship winning team of Adam Winklemann and Pedro Andrade on Jaguar were focused on a second Edinburgh Cup win. Two race wins and a tactically astute attitude led them to the podium once again.

Reigning Champions Graham and Julia Bailey's Aimee went into the last race on equal points with Bear carrying a win from race four.

Not placing outside of the top ten Bear put in some great results to add pressure to the 2018 Champions on board Aimee, challenging them for a podium position.

Gavia Wilkinson-Cox's Jerboa team of four successfully claimed the race three win using the advantageous left-hand lane and tide to come out on top. It was not quite enough to challenge the top three, placing 5th overall.

Within the top ten were four Corinthian Dragons, led by Aimee in fourth overall was Mark Wade's Avalanche, David William's Phantom and Paddy Atkinson's Seafire.

Winner of the inaugural Seagull Trophy for the first placed lady Corinthian helm went to Gavia Wilkinson-Cox, skipper of Jerboa who placed fifth overall.

The Jordan Bell trophy was presented to Simon Barter, James Barter and Donald Wilks on Bertie as the top Dragon to have not placed fifth or higher.

Phormerly Phantom, skippered by Chris Thomas with Selina Thomas and Charlie Pearson were awarded the trophy for the highest placed 'old' Dragon, built in 1994 or earlier.

Next year's Edinburgh Cup will be hosted by the Royal Forth Yacht Club, Edinburgh from Tuesday 30 June to Friday 3 July 2020.

Overall Results:
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PosBoatNatNatSail NoHelmCrewClubR1R2R3R4R5R6Pts
1stHarry GBR818Mike BuddMark Greaves & Adam BowersSCYC142‑72110
2ndJaguar IRL201Martin ByrnePedro Andrade & Adam WinkelmannRSGYC81‑1021315
3rdBear GBR789Martin PayneEmma York & Chris GrosscurthYCLB2‑9433517
4thAimee GBR782Graham BaileyJulia Bailey Will Heritage Will BedfordRYS6381(BFD)220
5thJerboa GBR761Gavia Wilkinson‑CoxMark Hart Patrick Rigby & Jake HardmanRTYC46167‑924
6thAvalanche GBR722Mark WadeAmanda Wade & Chris BrittainRCYC710‑1148837
7thMars USA8Mike BreivikRon Rosenberg & Will WillettSeattle YC10‑167851040
8thPhantom IRL176David WilliamsPeter Bowring & John O'ConnorRSGYC151135(BFD)741
9thSeafire GBR636Paddy AtkinsonIan Platt & Mark PlattSCYC5‑1913136441
10thHarryot GBR793Nick WhippSam McDougall & Cris MilesSCYC‑21591510645
11thBertie GBR763Simon BarterJames Barter & Donald WilksCCYC25869(BFD)1462
12thQuicksilver V1 GBR788Robert CampbellNick Milton & Penny AndersonRCYC19155204‑2463
13thZU IRL159TM PearsonCL Grimley & JC BolgerRSGYC121215‑19121364
14thAnarchy GBR825Chip ColeDavid Smith & Rob Drumgoldtba323‑251092166
15thBeauty and the Beast GBR746Peter MarchantKatie Cole & Pete RichardsRCYC24217‑26111569
16thVixen GBR806Tim SaundersGeorge Davies & Carole HolmeSCYC17182012‑241178
17thGood Grief GBR696Patrick LomaxSimon Cash & Georgina DewarSCYC1817‑1911171780
18thHands Off GBR760Andrew MossMartin Makey & Nigel ColeRCYC1420‑2624151285
19thSir Ossis of the River IRL822Colin BerginDenis Bergin & Con MurphyRIYC‑3071418232789
20thDas Boot TUR53Arkun DemircanEngin Demircan & Ali TezdikerBodrum16‑312116132591
21stRaissa GBR809Michael CopeGraham Price & Susie Delves‑LomaxSCYC11‑252322191893
22ndPhormerly Phantom GBR655Chris ThomasSelina Thomas & Charlie PearsonSCYC928‑3021181995
23rdFurious GBR777Owen PayJon Mortimer & Tom HicksCCYC201312(RET)BFD26105
24thTsunami GBR644Colin BreretonChris Mills & andy WilkinsSCYC‑292618251423106
25thAmazon GBR89Octavia OwenScarlett Anderson Lucy Terkelsen Hebe HemmingSCYC2214291725‑30107
26thKestra GBR731Richard LeaskDonald Milne Vanessa Leask Clive HurnRFYC272222‑281622109
27thCaramba GBR618Rob EldridgeHarry Dodd & Dave GoreSCYC2324242320‑29114
28thBasilisk GBR515Patrick GiffordPhilip Catmur & Anthony SampsonAYC1321(RET)14DNSDNS116
29thGlaurung GBR768Andrew MillbandRobert Goddard & Richard CullenCCYC282727‑292216120
30thThe Knucker GBR808Dave EddowesGrant Edwards & Richard HaskayneSCYC313316(RET)2120121
31stKismet GBR508Cathy OgdenSheena Kerr Moira Kinnear Fiona HutchisonRFYC3330(BFD)272631147
32ndNordwind GBR1051James TurnbullCeri Edwards & Anne and Chris HoppinsSCYC323231(RET)2728150
33rdNjord GBR653Julian AdamsDave Coxon & Pete HawkinsSCYC262928(DNS)BFDDNC151

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