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2021 Australian Moth Nationals at Wangi RSL Amateur Sailing Club

by Editor / Beau Outteridge 15 Apr 09:58 BST 10-14 April 2021

40 helms took part in the 2021 Australian Moth Nationals at Wangi RSL Amateur Sailing Club, with Scott Babbage giving a masterclass to the fleet, discarding his only result outside of the top two.

Beau Outteridge was out on the water every day shooting photos and videos. See a selection in the gallery above and the daily videos below, complete with full results.

Day 1:

Day 2:

Day 3:

Day 4:

Overall Results:

PosBow NoBoat NameSkipperClubCategoryR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8R9R10R11R12R13Pts
19Like & SubscribeScott BabbageB16SCOpen2111121[6]111[3]113
25FlemingTom BurtonBelmont 16ft skiff cOpen132[15]61232354[9]32
338J T MarineJoe TurnerManly 16ft Skiff cluOpen374[8][22]3613221638
432VasaJosh McKnightM16SSCOpen626[20][17]43108972360
512Inaminate Carbon RodLes ThorpeBSCMaster59[12]54[22]12116495474
62JohnsonHarry PriceCYCAOpen[24]43410[28]713551211276
713Lightning JackWill BouldenRFBYCOpen[13]5811121154[15]786784
873656Mathew VandervoortTeralba Amateur SailOpen7[37]1525[18]4241118121494
936Gen YMatt ChewRQYSOpen91719[26]21013814647[21]109
1040Mach 2Andrew McDougallBlack RockGrand Master8125[24]1313[19]9714141611122
1119Damic DesignLuka DamicSt GeorgeOpen1514921186[41U]14[41S]13395127
1227StealthMax GodfroyRFBYCOpen18117141412[22][41U]161213108135
134NalaKeagan YorkStgeorge SailingJunior Master4131125[36]191751110617[30]138
1420Fifty ShadesWarren SareWoollahra Sailing ClMaster17161019[20][24]151712811812145
1524SquirtlePhil KurtsWoollahra Sailing ClOpen12[41F]146781119[41S]17222215153
1629West WindWilliam WalllisRYCTJunior1021[23]39516221318[25]1822157
1731Chicken no onionDean SouterPort Kembla SailingOpen1110139[34][41F]18182319151410160
18234593Ben NewlingWSCOpen14617[22]21141016[25]15171516161
193SlakeBrett MorrisWoollahra Sailing ClMaster16816[36]24[41C]1426916162013178
2011SteelineGrahame ProsserTASCMaster2918[30][33]3209121727202420199
2118Out of the Blue VonAndrew SimBSCJM191522[29]23[27]27201921192517227
2230Cawthorne CompositieBrad CawthorneRoyal Queensland YacMaster2520282811[29][30]152426231318231
2321LotusDavid TuckerRoyal Freshwater BayOpen2124[25]18162320212122[29]2125232
241JuiceboxNick DeussenRFBYCOpen2729[41F]13277232418311026[41S]235
258WittRohan LangfordRoyal Yacht Club ofOpen22252117[32]252825[30]24211919246
2626BlackfishAndrew CoxallWoollahra Sailing ClMaster201918101916212322[41S][41S]41S41S250
2714LadybirdEmma SpiersWSCFemale232620[32]821[31]282623262328252
2822Stoked & BrokeJames GriffinBSCOpen2828[32]23159[32]292025303124262
2910Nauti BagsStacey JacksonRoyal Queensland YacFemale[32]272712281524272830[31]2727272
3034PinnochioMikael SundelinSouthport Yacht ClubJunior Master3022261633322632292024[41S][41S]290
3125TBARobert GreenhaighWSCJM[41C][41C]41C72541C871041S41S41S41S303
32354187Mike McKenseyAustralian 18 FooterJunior Master[34][34]3427261729302732323032316
3328BellpotterFredrik BlenckeWSCMaster[41F][41F]2941F293425313128282826330
3439Redbellied Black SnaSimon LiddingtonSLMASCMaster313033313026[41C][41S]41S29273223333
356Brohne JoyJames HallamRoyal Queensland YacJunior Master353231[41F][38]3134343334343329360
3617RaeJohn RaeMackayOpen[41F]35[41F]37353333333233332931364
3715High HorseMartin JohnsonWoollahra Sailing ClJunior Master2623243031[41C][41S]41S41S41S41S41S41S380
3816BenderBen OsborneMackay sailing clubOpen3636[41F][41F]41F41F41S41S34353541S33414
3933Pat MaloneGreg DixonStGSCJunior Master[41F]33[41F]3537303541C41S41S41S41S41S416
4037StarklinicsMatthew StarkSYCJunior Master3331353439[41F][41S]41S41S41S41S41S41S418

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