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NeilPryde 2020 NEW - LEADERBOARD

29er NeilPryde Sailing Cup - Overall

by Nia Mccallum 16 Apr 17:34 BST 14-16 April 2020
29er NeilPryde Sailing Cup © 29er UK

With points tight on the leaderboard, nerves were high as the fleet gathered in the ether for the final day of the NeilPryde Sailing Cup 2020.

Toby Bloomfield (Paignton Sailing Club) recovered nicely from the setbacks of the first day (DSQ in Race One) to post five bullets and a second on Days Two and Three. Result! Many congratulations to Toby Bloomfield, our new Virtual NeilPryde Sailing Cup Champion and First Junior 2020. Second overall goes to Ollie Evans (Gurnard Sailing Club) and third overall and second Junior was Richie Thurlby. Third Junior was Charlie Merryweather of Oxford Sailing Club.

Our First Ladies NeilPryde Sailing Cup Champion is Sonia Evans of Grafham Water Sailing Club maintaining her lead over Flo Brellisford (Hayling Island Yacht Club) in second. Our third lady was Suzie Sturrock from Royal Tay Yacht Club.

Our first Senior is Troy Mitchell (Paignton Sailing Club) with David Batchelor (Isle of Man Yacht Club) in second and Primrose Armstrong (RTYC) in third. Primrose Armstrong (aka me) is quite smug at this first sailing trophy.

The signal was not with all of the fleet today. Jake Wood had a storming start and impressive first beat in race nine only for his signal to drop just before he crossed the finish line in third. Truly gutting.

Congratulations to the fleet on an event well sailed. Many thanks to our sponsors NeilPryde Sailing for their continued support of the 29er class through lockdown. We will be presenting the winners with their prizes at the post lockdown regatta. We also owe a huge thank you to Maddie Bristow whose hitherto unsuspected detective skills were vital in identifying sailors from the virtual profiles.

We look forward to seeing you all on the other side of quarantine. Meanwhile Stay Home to Get Back Out There Sooner.

Overall Results:

RANKCountry CodeSail NoSkipperClubR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8R9Pts
1stGBR2338TOBY BLOOMFIELDPAIGNTON SC(DSQ)3‑611121110
2ndGBR2811OLIVER EVANSGURNARD SC113‑421‑81110
3rdGBR843RICHIE THURLBY ‑63111‑813313
4thGBR6969FREDDY WOODHAYLING ISLAND SC1212‑3‑522313
5thGBR2738RUPERT CLAPHAM 5‑7423232‑821
6thGBR843CHARLIE MERRYWEATHEROXFORD SC262‑94611‑922
7thGBR182EDEN REYNELL 2‑72‑81463523
8thGBR1196SONIA EVANSGRAFHAM WATER SC‑74(DSQ)23725225
9thGBR2173BLAKE TUDOR 74152‑115(DNC)428
10thGBR2336LUCA MITCHELLPAIGNTON SC4‑153‑77345228
11thGBR2787FIN ARMSTRONG 126‑137562‑829
12thGBR3131JAKE WOODHAYLING ISLAND SC‑104652246(DSQ)29
13thGBR2738TED LANECHEW VALLEY LAKE SC31‑114‑9194931
14thGBR2929TOM STOREYYORKSHIRE DALES SC‑925‑106366634
15thGBR0TROY MITCHELLPAIGNTON SC554157‑11(DSQ)1138
16thGBR633TIM EVANSGRAFHAM WATER SC364‑1210‑1247438
17thSUI1273BRENT VERHOEST 458‑105‑936738
18thGBR7000BEN HUTTON‑PENMANBURNHAM SC/CORINTHIAN OTTERS(DNC)1453841(DSQ)540
19thGBR2336ZAK MITCHELLPAIGNTON SC6‑122666‑109641
20thGBR2234FLO BRELLISFORDCORINTHIAN OTTERS11‑13(DNC)313337444
21stSUI1273ROBBE VERHOESTCLUB NAUTIQUE DE VERSOIX (SUI)8758‑11‑10541047
22ndGBR1157SUZIE STURROCK (SUZIESTURROCK)ROYAL TAY YC148(DNC)114‑1553348
23rdGBR2121FIN OLIVERCHEW VALLEY LAKE SC8686‑128(DNC)71053
24thGBR2216BEN PALINGNOTTS COUNTY SC111714‑157(DSQ)81159
25thGBR2507MADDIE WYLIEYORKSHIRE DALES SC1287‑13116‑1311560
26thGBR204629ER 2046 SELLWOODTRESAITH MARINERS SC88(DNC)89(DNF)1081061
27thGBR2514DAVID BATCHELORISLE OF MAN YC‑1313311(DNC)10710862
28thGBR2849JESS JOBSON 13(DSQ)10712(DSQ)79765
29thGBR1324ORRI ROBERTSONDALGETY BAY SC1012(DNC)10(DNC)58111268
30thGBR2216CHARLIE HOPKINSONNOTTS COUNTY SC(DNC)(DNC)DNC7629131269
31stGBR2933RUBEN FITZGERALD 4999813(DNC)(DNC)DNC72
32ndGBR2915WILL ADLER (WILL1444)CCSC512(DNC)(DNC)DNCDNC85775
33rdGBR2229FREDDIE LONSDALE 9(DSQ)10(DNC)DNC8128975
34thGBR134SEB 134 (CREW) KIMBERFSC91012(DNC)DNC91110(DSQ)80
35thGBR2235WILL PANK 6(DNC)(DNC)474DNCDNCDNC81
36thGBR2229BEN MUELLER H (MUELLERS) 33(DNC)DNC512(DNC)DNCDNC82
37thGBR2414IOAN DAVIESCARDIFF BAY YC(DNC)(DNC)DNC61011DNC9682
38thGBR1510RAULF BERRYHAYLING ISLAND SC25(DSQ)DSQ4DSQ(DNC)DNCDNC89
39thNOR2127JOACHIM BERGSBAKK (DNC)(DNC)DNCDNCDNCDNC94191
40thGBR2128FINN EVANS 71179DNCDSQ(DNC)(DNC)DNC92
41stGBR2275EVIE TYNAN (DNC)10812139(DNC)DNCDNC92
42ndGBR1895SAM WEBB (DNC)(DNC)DNCDNCDNCDNC712298
43rdGBR2743EMILY MUELLER (EMILYM)HISC/ RLYMYC(DNC)10(DNC)58DSQDNCDNCDNC102
44thGBR2292THEO AERSBLACKWATER SC14913DNF1414(DSQ)(DNC)DNC103
45thAUS9ANGUS STEWARTHORNSBY KU‑RING‑GAI SC10119DNCDNCDNF(DNC)(DSQ)DSQ107
46thGBR2173BRETT TUDORBRIGHTLINGSEA SC119(DNC)DNCDSQ10(DNC)DNCDNC108
47thNOR2127EIRA NILSSON 1211(DNC)DNCDNCDNC(DSQ)10DNC110
48thGBR2816HENRY JAMESON (DNC)(DNC)DNC39DNCDNCDNCDNC111
49thGBR2275CATRIONA FORREST (DNC)(DNC)DNC11DSQDNCDNCDNCDNC129
50thGBR4890PRIMROSE ARMSTRONGROYAL TORBAY YC(DSQ)(DSQ)DSQ12DNFDSQDNCDNCDNC130
51stGBR1RICHARD ARMSTRONGRHKYC/RTYC(DNC)(DNC)DNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC137
51stGBR1951LEO VR:BOAT 48249 WILKINSONMAIDENHEAD SC(DNC)(DNC)DNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC137
51stGBR2816RUPERT JAMESON (DNC)(DNC)DNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC137
51stGBR1122DAN WRIGHTDURLEIGH SC(DNC)(DNC)DNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC137

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