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David Jessop and Sophie Mears win Sacred SEAS RS200 Tour 2021

by Sally Campbell 19 Nov 2021 18:08 GMT
David Jessop and Sophie Mears win the RS200 SEAS Open at Island Barn Reservoir © Gavin Hayhurst

After five hotly contested events at Weir Wood, Queen Mary, Shoreham, Island Barn and Frensham Pond, David Jessop and Sophie Mears are worthy winners of the Sacred SEAS RS200 Tour 2021, on equal points with Chris and Nicki Webber in second place.

With 55 boats taking part, representing 19 different clubs and 12 pairs scoring a top three in at least one event, the class remains as strong as ever in the South East of England.

Many thanks to Sacred Spirits for their generous sponsorship of the tour and to David Jessop for the organisation and results.

Dates for 2022 are already being planned, the series will comprise six events in total.

All RS200 sailors are welcome, whether new to the boat or a National Tour sailor.





Overall Results:

PosSail NoHelmCrewClubWWSCQMSCSSCIBSCFPSCPts
1st1659David JessopSophie MearHISC1157
2nd16Chris WebberNicki WebberPevensey Bay3227
3rd1635Andrew BarnettJo Lloyd Lynne RatcliffeIsland Barn SC5‑1610217
4th1178Julian BradleyHelen CafferataQMSC & Wembley710320
5th1395Nigel BirdAndy BirdRYA11‑124823
6th1069Isaac MarshFresh Abendstern 2765
7th1698Tom GoodeyRichard Thomas James MorsonRNSA14373
8th1628Matt FowlerLynne RatcliffePevensey Bay SC81175
9th1349Roger GilbertWilliam/Oliver GilbertFPSC1113
10th722Arran HolmanWill Ward 1113
11th1676Paul CullenVerity HopkinsWeir Wood1113
12th1603Ian MartinChris CattNetley SC2114
13th1636Stephen VideloRebecca VideloFPSC3115
14th1215Murray HampshirePhoebe WarrenWSCC3115
15th1373Clive EplettMegan PascoeFPSC4116
16th964Chris ThomasMark ThomasBroadstairs SC4116
17th1337Scott WallisEmma BakerRoyal Thames YC4116
18th1300John RamshawMark Harrington 4116
19th1253Tom HirstJoe Sutton‑JonesBroadstairs SC5117
20th1373Sam PascoeMegan PascoeCastle Cove SC5117
21st1708Andrew PetersJill PetersQMSC5117
22nd1183Mark Cambell‑JamesZachary WindibankFPSC6118
23rd1637Kim GavinMichelle RyderIBRSC6118
24th1395Iain BirdAndy BirdRYA6118
25th1722Morgan PeachAmy SparksPoole Yacht Club6118
26th211Simon HammentFiona Harrington 6118
27th864Andy ShorrockKatie ShorrockFPSC7119
28th345Martin LownColin LownNeatly SC7119
29th1721Michael WarwickerLynne RatcliffeShoreham SC7119
30th1241CJUta GriesenbachIBRSC8120
31st1442Sophie MackleyWill CarrollShoreham SC8120
32nd1362Greg HallHonor FellQMSC8120
33rd1102Finlay Lomas‑ClarkeSimon Lomas‑ClarkeFPSC9121
34th1725Nick MarleyIan PeaceIBRSC9121
35th1293Joe WarwickerChris HandelShoreham SC9121
36th1019James WilliamsSarah TuppenChew Valley9121
37th613David RamshawMiriam Ramshaw 9121
38th1643Sam GoultFiona NeeFPSC10122
39th1409Clare JamesClare ArcherIBRSC10122
40th1418Mo FitzpatrickJanine Blunde 10122
41st1613Stefan BennettNicky YellandFPSC11123
42nd1134Lousie CarrPaul WalkerShoreham SC11123
43rd1100Bridgette NeeSam NeeFPSC12124
44th1481Richard HarrisonLuke HarrisonShoreham SC12124
45th1452Alastair HodgsonElla SpainUpton Warren SC13125
46th1617Alex CurtisRaffi GracieQMSC13125
47th1660Ben GoultSarah McEwanFPSC14126
48th1417Ryan HarrisLorna NeeFPSC15127
49th1265Julie HarrisonLiz BirtlesQMSC15127
50th446Mimi SlumpSophia SfaxiFPSC16128
51st528Tom Flinthamkirsten KuhnertFPSC17129
52nd999Lucy GreenwoodRachel WilliamsOxford SC17129
53rd236Richard DeanJolyon ConwayFPSC18130
54th840Torrin BlazebyCharlie BlazebyWest Kirby18130
55th638Mark PhillipsAlison PhillipsQMSC19131

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