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Sigma 33 Virtual Regatta Championship

by Jake Millar, Mayrise 29 Jun 10:23 BST 28 June 2020
Sigma 33 Virtual Regatta Championship © Dave Hughes

Congratulations to Peter Tindal (from Miss Behavin'), our 2020 Sigma 33 Virtual Regatta Champion! Racing took place in Virtual Cowes where we had glorious sunshine, 20 knots and a total of 34 boats racing!

Racing in the Gold Final was very tight between all competitors with consistency being the key to success! The Silver Fleet was won by Colin Greer (from Vendeval). In the Qualifier, Colin disconnected from every race bar one and only just qualified for the final. Tonight he pulled it out the bag and cleaned the board with a 1, 1, 2. The battle for the overall top sigma was won by Insider.

Prizes are also being awarded to Harry O'Leary (Knight's Challenge) for saving the qualifier results by recording only one set of results but it so happened that those were the only results the race committee forgot to record, Wouter Verhulst (Switch) -- All the way from holland, Wouter was our furthest travelled competitor and Mikey Miller (Mayrise) -- at 14 years old, Mikey was the youngest competitor on the field and it is a delight to see such young sigma sailors getting involved and keeping up to date in the class.

Thank you to Paul Prentice, Alan Lennox, Mark Bradshaw and James Miller for helping with the running and organising of the event. Thank you to North Sails and UK Sailmakers for sponsoring the event and supplying a fantastic array of prizes!

Finally, thank you to all who took part. The event was a great success and throughly enjoyed!

There is discussion of organising a Sigma 33 Virtual Team Racing Competition in the near future so stay tuned and keep an eye out for further updates!

Keep safe everyone! Race Committee out!

Overall Results:

PosName SigmaR1R2R3R4Pts
Gold Fleet
1Pete Tindal Miss Behavin'31266
2Rory ChalmersEncore127710
3Paul PrenticeSquawk476313
4Mat GirlingTrickster1941914
5Ross NolanMungojerrie2145815
6Ian MartinInsider5612516
7Gavin LavertyInsider12114217
8Neil MandersonMiss Behavin'6381117
9Pete LewisPartisan11911121
10Philip hammondWoozle Hunter91031722
11Stephen MullaneyInsider81315425
12Mark BradshawBusy Beaver105141025
13Mike BlackledgePersuassion71891531
14Mark MackaySquawk138191435
15Jack FraserProspero of Hamble 1517101338
16Dave HughesLegless Again1412161238
17Alan Lennox Miss Behavin'1615131644
18Jake MillerMayrise1916191954
Silver Fleet
1Colin GreerVendeval111724
2James MillerMayrise553311
3Michael RusselSignet9171414
4Peter MageeMeka II885114
5Dan LewisPartisan4921115
6Mikey MillerMayrise32111716
7Ian HoldenProspero of Hamble 1174516
8Ken BrownBusy Beaver739717
9Jim ManningValhalla6126820
10Harry O'LearyKnight's Challenge13412622
11Wouter VerhulstSwitch1067922
12Richard CourticeProspero of Hamble 213131025
13Storm ChalmersEncore121181331
14Grant Simpson Miss Behavin'1410101232
15Scott ChalmersEncore1514141442
16Susie QuinnJonDo1717171751

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