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HISC Gul Fireball Golden Dolphin Open postponed to 29/30 August

by UKFA 7 Apr 2020 10:34 BST 29-30 August 2020
Martyn Lewis & Fraser Hemmings leading Chris Turner & Chris Powles at Chichester Harbour Race Week © Peter Hickson

The Gul Golden Dolphin Open, originally scheduled for May, has been postponed until the Summer Bank Holiday Weekend, Saturday 29 August and Sunday 30 August.

We'll now be joining in with HISC's rescheduled "Whitsun Regatta", so it should be an amazing turn out with lots of people to catch up with. The revised Notice of Race will be published in due course. If restrictions are still in place that preclude running the postponed event, the Regatta (and Fireball Open) for 2020 will be cancelled.

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