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RS400 Rooster National Tour - Overall

by Sally Campbell 19 Nov 2019 10:31 GMT
Mike Sims and Jack Holden win the RS400 Inlands at Grafham © Tim Olin /

Congratulations to Mike Sims and Jack Holden/Keith Bedborough/Mark Lunn, RS400 Rooster National Tour Winners 2019.

Have you ever seen a better set of results?! Light winds, heavy winds, inland, sea; Mike won them all!

Well done to all of the teams - results below, thanks to Paul Oakey.

Huge thanks to Rooster Sailing for the support and the prizes at every event, including the mid-fleet hero and endeavour prizes, which gave everyone a chance to win something, and for the final tour prize vouchers.

Can anyone beat them in 2020? The next Rooster National Tour is now finalised - all the dates are here.

Series Results where two or more events attended: (see full list)

PosSail NoHelmCrewWintersSprintsNorthernsScottishSummerInlandsEnd of seasonsPts
1st1488Mike SimsJack Holden
Keith Bedborough
2nd1377Sean ClearyAnnalise Nixon553 ‑94‑717
3rd1202Sam KnightJohn Knight
Chris Bownes
‑1036 4 518
4th874John GayAmanda Henderson11 53 7 26
5th1363Ross RyanOliver Ryan‑Moore156   271563
6th1435Matt SheahanEllie Sheahan 11  20191969
7th527Andy PowellIan Verso 10  22282080
8th1489Stephen CockerillSarah Cockerill    223106
9th1454Jon HeissigNicky Griffin72  3  111
10th1407Hamish GledhillSimon Dowse
Andy Dawson
1 9  5 114
11th8Wayne FlecherMertin Cooper  10  104123
12th1465Ben WilliamsonCharlie Ticehurst8 8  9 124
13th1437Barrie ThorntonNick Hunt9 4  33 145
14th1447Jon WillarsRichard Brameld  12  2113145
15th971Simon KitchenAbbi Hooper    142311147
16th1460Dave ExleyNigel Hall
Mark Lunn
6 2    206
17th1396Richard CatchpoleGary Coop3    6 207
18th1441Paul OakeyMark Oakey
Dan Martin
 4  6  208
19th1355Robin KirbyAlex Horlock    7 8213
20th1254Philip MurrayNeil Schofield  152   215
21st1418Mark Oakey
Howard Farbrother
Louise Hosken     116215
22nd1290Peter TaylorRuary Williamson  135   216
23rd1124Robert YeamansNadia Yeamans  176   221
24th1450Nick EavesGreg Pace 7    16221
25th1484Mark SomervilleJoe Roberts16 7    221
26th669Jacob AinsworthKayliegh Roberts
Andrew Grieve
  169   223
27th1503Peter SnowdenLouise Carr     189225
28th770Thomas BroatchAncel Davison     1414226
29th1345John HobsonRebecca Ogden     1712227
30th1129David WebleyFraser Mulford  2211   231
31st1395Peter SnowdonLouise Carrr  18 16  232
32nd1445Phil BrittonMike Atkinson  2616   240
33rd1342Max TosettiNaomi Moran    1829 245

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