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New for 2024: Round the Island Race Live Stage Leaderboard

by Round the Island Race 7 May 11:10 BST 15 June 2024
Round the Island Race Live Stage Leaderboard © ISC

This year, competitors in the IRC or ISCRS (Island Sailing Club Rating System) fleets will be able to access a new LIVE Stage Leaderboard, which will show the boat's fleet position on handicap after each of the main race stages:

Stage 1: START to The Needles
Stage 2: The Needles to St Catherine's Lighthouse
Stage 3: St Catherine's Lighthouse to Bembridge Ledge
Stage 4: Bembridge Ledge to the FINISH

Accessible onboard during the race, the new LIVE Stage Leaderboard will give skippers and crew a fun and useful tool to track progress and find out how you're doing against your rivals. The Island Sailing Club will be awarding Robert Oatley Wine Magnums for the crew that shows the most improved performance for each stage!

For more information please visit the dedicated LIVE Stage Leaderboard page on the race event website here.

ISCRS: The Island Sailing Club offers this rating system for FREE to boats without current IRC rating certificates, more info here.

Crew Search

If you are looking for a few crew members for your boat or would like to find a boat to crew on visit and register on the RIR Crew Search Page on the event website HERE.§ion=forums&page=crewsearch

B&G Race Support Programme

As part of the popular B&G Race Support Programme a series of #RaceForAll Video Interviews have just been launched. These provide insights from a wide range of competitors past and present. From race day preparation, top tips and tactics to Round the Island Race sailing memories that stay with each competitor forever.

First up is Tom Cheney, Software Developer for INEOS/Team UK and SailGP. Tom Cheney has competed in over 20 races; he speaks about his special connection to the race and why it attracts sailors from all around the world. View here.

Get Race Day Ready Blog Series

B&G's popular blog series continues this year and new for 2024, B&G have added blogs from team member Ben Meakins, who shares his experiences of 25 years of Round the Island Races, as well as blogs from their experts, sharing hints and tips on sailing processor calibration, the invaluable race modes on ZeusS as well as popular topics including getting the perfect race start to tides and exclusion zones.

Race Weekend Support

B&G will be in Cowes from the afternoon of Friday 14th June, including a support team from Hudson Marine who will be available to answer any technical queries and help participants optimise their electronics setup before the race.

On Race Day the B&G Event Vehicle will also be open to any competitors and visitors who may like to experience B&G products first-hand, as well as jetting around on the water and handing out FREE gifts to competitors as they cross the finish line.

Find all the information on the B&G Race Support Programme here.

Entry Info and Notice of Race

For all the information and support you need to enter the 2024 race please visit the event website Standard Entries end on 1st June 2024. Follow the race on social media for all the latest news - @roundtheisland and #RoundTheIsland #RaceForAll.

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