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Cadets at the Alton Water 2023 Fox's Chandlery & Anglian Water Frostbite Series - Week 5

by Evan Harris 10 Feb 2023 06:43 GMT 5 February 2023
Alton Water Fox's Chandlery & Anglian Water Frostbite Series week 3 © Tim Bees

Week five of the Alton Water Frostbite Series started with medium winds and an amazing turnout of ten cadets. This was perfect conditions for some great racing.

We had three separate starts, the Cadets starting last. Watching the other starts, the line bias switched ends two times before our start! As the Cadets went into sequence, the left hand side of the beat seemed to be paying, as watching the other classes. First start got away cleanly and the racing had started. The majority of the fleet went to the left hand side of the best while some of the boats tacked out to the right to get into clean air. After two laps of close racing, the results were Rhona Enkel and Sophie Ringland in first, Evan Harris and James Velecott in second and third place were Gwen Thorogood and Primose.

Race 2, everyone was keen on this start with 3 boats over the line. The left hand side of the beat was still paying, so again the fleet headed out to the left. There was close racing in this race with a very crowded first windward mark. After managing to get a clean lane out of the first mark for the downwind leg, two laps of close racing throughout the fleet was to follow. Rhona Enkel and Sophie Ringland managed to take the second race win, giving them two bullets for the day, in second place were George Cox-Olliff and George Letts and in third place were Hettie Thorogood and

It was great and competitive racing, with a well laid course. Thank you to the race officer and his team for another fantastic day of racing.

Cadet Results after Week 5:

PosSaIl NoHelmCrewClubR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8R9R10Pts
1st9982Rhona EnkelSophie RinglandWaldringfield SC‑2‑211‑6112118
2nd10094George Cox‑OlliffGeorge LettsWaldringfield SC‑3‑3321321‑5214
3rd9984Tom KrailingElla EdwardsWaldringfield SC44(DNF)53.5543‑6‑628.5
4th9050Daniel RinglandJoshua BoothWaldringfield SC(DNF)(RET)DNF32435‑9731
5th10003Oscar BushEmily KrailingWaldringfield SC(DNC)(DNC)24(DNC)DNC547945
6th9029Alexander EnkleJude BaldockWaldringfield SCDNS(DNC)(DNC)(DNC)3.527610DNF46.5
7th10007Evan HarrisJames VelacottWaldringfield SC11(DNC)(DNC)(DNC)DNCDNCDNC2450
8th9983James BaileyEliza CardWaldringfield SC(DNC)5(DNC)(DNC)5667DNCDNC57
9th9042Kali KarashasLewis WalkerWaldringfield SC(DNC)(DNC)46(DNC)DNC8DNCDNCDNC74
10th10032Hettie ThoroggodEliza CardWaldringfield SC(DNC)(DNC)(DNC)DNCDNCDNCDNCDNC4377
11th9985Gwen ThorogoodPrimrose enny‑ ┬»ickessWaldringfield SC(DNC)(DNC)(DNC)DNCDNCDNCDNCDNC3578
12th9241Kemmel ThorogoodGeorgina LoaderWaldringfield SC(DNC)(DNC)(DNC)DNCDNCDNCDNCDNC8886

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