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2.4mR Irish National Championships at Kinsale Yacht Club

by Irish Sailing Association 4 Oct 2019 13:51 BST
2.4mR National Championships in Kinsale © Irish Sailing

The 2.4mR Irish National Championships took place in Kinsale Yacht Club, with Irish Sailing President Jack Roy as Race Officer.

This was the second 2.4m Class Nationals in Ireland (first time on the South Coast) and attracted ten entries with half of those coming from the UK.

Although this is a small entry, it's very significant in that the class have great hopes of this becoming an annual event at Kinsale Yacht Club where the facilities and enthusiasm for Sailability Ireland is one of the best in the country.

Kinsale YC recently hosted the successful Watersports Inclusion Games.

The 2.4mR is ideal for adapted sailing since the sailor does not move their body in the boat, which is easily adjustable with both hand-steering and foot-steering possible.

Overall Results:

PosSail NoHelm NameR1R2R3R4Pts
1stGBR163Megan Pascoe‑11113
2ndGBR143Katherine Hedley‑22226
3rdGBR160Brian Harding‑434310
4thGBR144Nev Millard34‑7613
5thGBR155Adam Billany‑555414
6thIRL698John Patrick‑666517
7thIRL171Patrick Hassett8‑93920
8thIRL906Georgina Griffin78‑9722
9thIRL908Paul McCarthy‑978823
10thIRL907Mark Henderson‑1010101030

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