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RESULTS

Postby Alan Davis » Mon Jul 12, 2010 10:18 am

Are now linked off the microsite.... http://b14.element106.com

Open Championship top 3: Banger/Gracie, Scotty/Pup, Tim/Jonny - full Euros results are at http://www.yccarnac.com/usa/regates/europeen-et-mondial-b14/resultats-europeen-b14.html
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Postby Beezer Snr. » Mon Jul 12, 2010 8:49 pm

Results from Worlds day 1?
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Postby Alan Davis » Tue Jul 13, 2010 9:56 am

Day One B14 Worlds Carnac

Day one started with grey skies and the chance of rain. Everyone was at the club early full of nerves for the day to come. The first races got underway in about 8 – 10 knots in a building south westerly. The fleet split to both the right hand side and the left, with the top 5 coming from either side, but it was Guy Bancroft and David Grace who led at the top mark by about 10 boat lengths. The race saw many changes in the fleet positions but it was the Bancroft and Grace combination walking away with the race in style, followed by Tim Harrison and Johnny Radcliff and in 3rd Place David Hayes and Richie Bell.

Race 2 started with about 10 – 15 knots with a 20 degree wind shift to the left. The top 5 was again made up of both left and right hand sided boats, with Richie Reynolds and Lissa McMillan clear ahead, However the early gybing boats came out on top with Hayes and Bell leading at the bottom hotly followed by Bancroft and Grace and Nick Craig and MJ. The Race saw many wind shifts with lots of place changing but resulted in a broken wing for Bancroft and Grace who managed to nurse the boat through for a 3rd place. The winners were Hayes and Bell 1st with Scott Cunningham and Jason Walker 2nd.

The fleet is keen for the second days racing which is expected to bring more rain along with some more wind!
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Postby Alan Davis » Tue Jul 13, 2010 10:01 am

Worlds results are posted on the club site after racing each day:

http://www.yccarnac.com/usa/regates/europeen-et-mondial-b14/resultats-mondial-b14.html
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Postby Drew » Wed Jul 14, 2010 7:52 am

good stuff Bangers & Gracie and Scott & Pup keep up the good work guys
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Postby Alan Davis » Wed Jul 14, 2010 11:21 am

TUESDAY

Y&Y report: http://yachtsandyachting.com/news/?article=152792

A quick note here to thank our friends at Y&Y for donating spot prizes for "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly" (a.k.a. "Five minutes of fame"), much appreciated.

Winners so far include Carl Raynes for his great efforts at sailing with a broken arm...

WEDNESDAY

The fleet arrived this morning to be greeted by AP over A - no racing today...

Meteo France are forecasting 25 knots gusting to 45 knots later today and there is a BMS published (Bulletins Météorologiques Spécial) which means that even if we wanted to we aren't allowed out.

Forecast is pretty similar for tomorrow, but slightly less (maybe...) so we may be in the same position tomorrow.

Friday is 10-15kt.
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Postby Beezer Snr. » Wed Jul 14, 2010 3:57 pm

Bet it's never normally like that there...
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Postby Beezer Snr. » Fri Jul 16, 2010 4:51 pm

Come on come on come on, first race was at 11am CET, that was nearly 7 hours ago. Let's have some results, we're all in suspenders over here (well it is Freeedie neet leek).

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Postby Beezer Snr. » Fri Jul 16, 2010 5:37 pm

Results for 8 races now up - I guess that's it? Hard luck on Dave & Richie not getting the 2nd discard in.

Well done them Aussies, looks like a clear Ashes victory.

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