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4th Hadron H2 open meeting at Chichester Yacht Club

by Nigel Cowan 4 Apr 13:40 BST 2 April 2022
Andrew Mcgaw wins the Hadron H2 open meeting at Chichester © Mark Green

Andrew McGaw was in majestic form winning the 4th Chichester YC Hadron H2 Open meeting with three first places. With impressive speed particularly down wind he was a convincing winner.

Richard Anderton, race officer supremo, and his team managed the race track with clockwork efficiency and great attention to detail. A large number of club volunteers helped make the event run smoothly finishing with a superb tea.

Thank you to all for making it an afternoon to remember.

Overall Results:

PosSall NoHelmClubR1R2R3R4Pts
1st146Andrew McGawGWSC11‑213
2nd127Chris BrownRORC‑42147
3rd131Roger MillettChichester YC3‑8429
4th102lan LittleThorpe Bay243‑59
5th142Barry WolfendenBorough Beech‑535311
6th105Tim GarvinQueen Mary SC‑666618
7th144Nigel CowanChichester YC‑757719
8th113Neil SmythePaignton SC‑878823
9th121Dick HoldenArun YC(DNC)DNCDNCDNC33
9th151Craig TurnerTata Steel(DNC)DNCDNCDNC33

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