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29er NeilPryde Sailing Cup - Day 1

by Nia Mccallum 15 Apr 05:46 BST 14-16 April 2020
29er NeilPryde Sailing Cup © 29er UK

The fleet limbered up to the start line with clear skies above and a solid WiFi signal. Once again consistency was key with Freddy Wood (Hayling Island Sailing Club) heading up the leaderboard with two bullets and a second. Way to go.

First female is Maddie Wylie (Yorkshire Dales Sailing Club - the one with the hot tub) with a four point lead over Sonia Evans (Grafham Water). Sonia, our HARKEN Virtual Series Ladies Champion, will be desperate to close that gap tomorrow.

First Junior is Charlie Merryweather (Oxford Sailing Club) at fourth overall.

Troy Mitchell (Paignton Sailing Club) is demonstrating to youth how it is done at eighth overall. We suspect he's been practicing ever since winning the Seniors title in the HARKEN Virtual Series.

The Brits did not have it all their own way with SUI 1273 Brent Verhoest at twelfth overall.

With nine races scheduled and two discards, there is still all to play for. Good luck to all of our competitors for Day Two.

Results after Day 1:

PosNatSail NoSkipperCLUB NAUTIQUE DE VERSOIX (SUI)R1R1R3Pts
1stGBR6969FREDDY WOODHAYLING ISLAND SC1214
2ndGBR2811OLIVER EVANSGURNARD SC1135
3rdGBR2787FIN ARMSTRONG 1269
4thGBR843RICHIE THURLBY 63110
5thGBR843CHARLIE MERRYWEATHEROXFORD SC26210
6thGBR182EDEN REYNELL 27211
7thGBR2173BLAKE TUDOR 74112
8thGBR633TIM EVANSGRAFHAM WATER SC36413
9thGBR0TROY MITCHELLPAIGNTON SC55414
10thGBR2738TED LANECHEW VALLEY LAKE SC311115
11thGBR2929TOM STOREYYORKSHIRE DALES SC92516
12thGBR2738RUPERT CLAPHAM 57416
13thSUI1273BRENT VERHOEST 45817
14thGBR2216BEN PALINGNOTTS COUNTY SC111719
15thGBR2336ZAK MITCHELLPAIGNTON SC612220
16thGBR3131JAKE WOODHAYLING ISLAND SC104620
17thSUI1273ROBBE VERHOESTCLUB NAUTIQUE DE VERSOIX (SUI)87520
18thGBR2336LUCA MITCHELLPAIGNTON SC415322
19thGBR2933RUBEN FITZGERALD 49922
20thGBR2121FIN OLIVERCHEW VALLEY LAKE SC86822
21stGBR2128FINN EVANS 711725
22ndGBR2229BEN MUELLER H (MUELLERS) 33DNC26
23rdGBR1510RAULF BERRYHAYLING ISLAND SC25DSQ27
24thGBR2507MADDIE WYLIEYORKSHIRE DALES SC128727
25thGBR2338TOBY BLOOMFIELDPAIGNTON SCDSQ3629
26thGBR2514DAVID BATCHELORISLE OF MAN YC1313329
27thAUS9ANGUS STEWARTHORNSBY KU‑RING‑GAI SC1011930
28thGBR1196SONIA EVANSGRAFHAM WATER SC74DSQ31
29thGBR134SEB 134 (CREW) KIMBERFSC9101231
30thGBR204629ER 2046 SELLWOODTRESAITH MARINERS SC88DNC36
31stGBR2292THEO AERSBLACKWATER SC1491336
32ndGBR2915WILL ADLER (WILL1444)CCSC512DNC37
33rdGBR2275EVIE TYNAN DNC10838
34thGBR7000BEN HUTTON‑PENMANBURNHAM SC/CORINTHIAN OTTERSDNC14539
35thGBR2229FREDDIE LONSDALE 9DSQ1039
36thGBR2173BRETT TUDORBRIGHTLINGSEA SC119DNC40
37thGBR1157SUZIE STURROCK (SUZIESTURROCK)ROYAL TAY YC148DNC42
38thGBR1324ORRI ROBERTSONDALGETY BAY SC1012DNC42
39thGBR2849JESS JOBSON 13DSQ1043
40thNOR2127EIRA NILSSON 1211DNC43
41stGBR2234FLO BRELLISFORDCORINTHIAN OTTERS1113DNC44
42ndGBR2235WILL PANK 6DNCDNC46
43rdGBR2743EMILY MUELLER (EMILYM)HISC/ RLYMYCDNC10DNC50
44thGBR2275CATRIONA FORREST DNCDNCDNC60
44thGBR1951LEO VR:BOAT 48249 WILKINSONMAIDENHEAD SCDNCDNCDNC60
44thGBR1895SAM WEBB DNCDNCDNC60
44thGBR2816HENRY JAMESON DNCDNCDNC60
44thGBR2816RUPERT JAMESON DNCDNCDNC60
44thGBR1122DAN WRIGHTDURLEIGH SCDNCDNCDNC60
44thGBR4890PRIMROSE ARMSTRONGROYAL TORBAY YCDSQDSQDSQ60
44thGBR2414IOAN DAVIESCARDIFF BAY YCDNCDNCDNC60
44thGBR1RICHARD ARMSTRONGRHKYC/RTYCDNCDNCDNC60
44thNOR2127JOACHIM BERGSBAKK DNCDNCDNC60
44thGBR2216CHARLIE HOPKINSONNOTTS COUNTY SCDNCDNCDNC60

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