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Sunday, March 20, 2016

The Rag Rules Race 11, But Smeg and Alcatel One Touch Claim Major Kudos - 18 Foot Skiffs - Sydney Harbour

The Australian 18 Footer League’s 2015-2016 Season concluded on Sydney Harbour today with the Smeg 18ft Skiff team taking out the Club Championship and the Alcatel One Touch team winning the Season Point Score title.
Photo: Frank Quealey/18 Foot Skiff League
Today’s race was sailed in a south wind with all teams electing to use their smaller number two rigs. Although recalled at the start, the Coopers 62-Rag & Famish Hotel crew of Jack Macartney, Peter Harris and Joel Castle came back strongly to take the victory in an exciting and unpredictable race.
Photo: Frank Quealey/18 Foot Skiff League
‘The Rag’ crossed the finish line 35 seconds ahead of Noakes Youth (Ash Rooklyn), with Smeg (Nick Press, standing in for the regular skipper Lee Knapton) just 7seconds further back in third place.
Photo: Frank Quealey/18 Foot Skiff League
Less than 30 seconds covered the next three skiffs to finish with De’Longhi (Simon Nearn) in fourth, followed by Appliancesonline.com.au (Micah Lane) and Thurlow Fisher Lawyers (Michael Coxon). Smeg’s third placing in today’s race was enough to give the team the overall championship win, on a count back, from Thurlow Fisher Lawyers.
Photo: Frank Quealey/18 Foot Skiff League
Thurlow Fisher Lawyers went into the race with a three points lead but lost valuable time when recalled for an OCS. Needing to finish within two places of Smeg, Thurlow Fisher failed by just 16s, giving the Smeg team their third major championship win of the season.
Photo: Frank Quealey/18 Foot Skiff League
Lee Knapton, Mike McKensey and Ricky Bridge won the JJ Giltinan, Australian and now the Club Championship with some great teamwork in the red boat.
Photo: Frank Quealey/18 Foot Skiff League
Smeg finish with 43 points as did Thurlow Fisher Lawyers. Today’s winner Coopers 62-Rag & Famish Hotel was third on 63, followed by Gotta Love It 7 (Seve Jarvin) on 75, Appliancesonline.com.au on 78 and Yandoo (John Winning) on 80 points.
Photo: Frank Quealey/18 Foot Skiff League
In a stunning performance, Stephen Quigley and his ‘rookie’ youngsters took out the Club’s Season Point Score trophy. Quigley, the 1996 JJ Giltinan champion, returned this season with his son Thomas and another young rookie Sam Ellis in the Alcatel One Touch-sponsored skiff.
Photo: Frank Quealey/18 Foot Skiff League
The team began the season on a 10 minutes handicap, but a series of wins saw the handicap reduced to a point where they now join the ‘big guns’ on a meagre one minute handicap. Alcatel One Touch finished the season on 165 points. Coopers 62-Rag & Famish Hotel was next on 170, and The Kitchen Maker (Andrew Chapman) third on 171.
Photo: Frank Quealey/18 Foot Skiff League
With 12ft Skiff champion Nick Press replacing Lee Knapton today, Smeg quickly grabbed the lead and led the race over the first lap of the long South course. On the first long spinnaker run from Clarke Island to Obelisk, most interest centred on the close racing behind the tearaway leader.
Photo: Frank Quealey/18 Foot Skiff League
Noakes Youth and Mojo Wine (James Ward) were battling for second place with Appliancesonline.com.au and Ilve (Ollie Hartas) close behind. The Kitchen Maker was sixth and the eventual winner Coopers 62-Rag & Famish Hotel seventh.
The fleet ‘disappeared’ into the mist at the end of the run and Smeg was still a clear leader when they came back into clear view of the spectator ferry patrons. Noakes Youth was still in second place, 30 seconds from the lead, but ‘The Rag’ had already begun to make a move and was close by in third place at the Rose Bay mark.
Over the following two legs of the course, Coopers 62-Rag & Famish Hotel moved into second place and the spectators were treated to an unbelievable race as the two leaders sped downwind on the second spinnaker run to Obelisk.

When the two teams began the work back to Rose Bay there was only a few seconds between the skiffs, but Smeg revelled in the freshening breeze and edged away to a 45s lead as they began the two-sail reach to Athol Bay.

The race looked to be all over, but in fact it was just beginning as the leading group encountered unusual conditions. Smeg was first to capsize, then Coopers-Rag & Famish almost followed in the same part of the harbour, which allowed Noakes Youth and Appliancesonline to close the gap.

As if it was the Bermuda Triangle, Appliancesonline capsized in the same spot and suddenly it was race on. The final windward leg to the finish had the crowd cheering as punters encouraged their respective teams and the two leaders headed for home. It was an exciting finish to a highly competitive season which also produced a number of quality new, young teams.

Frank Quealey
18 Foot Skiff League 

Saturday, March 19, 2016

Victory Is Sweet For Oman Air - Act 1, Extreme Sailing Series - Muscat

Morgan Larson stormed home to an extraordinary win in the opening Act of the 2016 Extreme Sailing Series in Muscat on Oman Air. With his crew of  Pete Greenhalgh, James Wierzbowski, Ed Smyth and Omani national Nasser Al Mashari the team won over 50% of the races sailed, more than any other team in the Series history.
Photo: © Mark Lloyd Images
“It was a phenomenal week for the whole team and obviously great to do that here on home waters. We sailed at the highest level we have, so it’s going to take a lot of work for us to improve on from here. We know that a few of the other teams have some things to do and when they get that right, they’re going to be right there with us. We know they’re going to push and we have to keep on getting better,” Larson said.
Photo: © Mark Lloyd Images
Muscat saved the best for last, cranking up the breeze for the final two races that literally saw the eight GC32s flying around the track, and at times teetering on the edge. Charging into the final race, four boats – SAP Extreme Sailing Team, Land Rover BAR Academy, Alinghi and Red Bull Sailing Team – were gunning for the podium positions.
Photo: © Mark Lloyd Images
Any betting man would have thought it was SAP’s day. But it was not to be. The Danes missed a mark rounding, and when they realised their error, they crash-gybed and almost lost their bowman Renato Conde in the process. Their mistake resulted in zero points in the race and a tumble down the rankings to finish fifth overall.
Photo: © Mark Lloyd Images
“We are very disappointed right now. We’ve been second throughout the whole of the regatta. We had a great start, and were leading the race and then unfortunately we didn’t take the right course, we thought we were heading to the finish and there was still one lap to go. We made a major error. Saying that we sailed well, and have been throughout the whole regatta. Oman Air sailed really strong all week, but I think we should have been on the podium,” said SAP co-skipper Jes Gram-Hansen
Photo: © Mark Lloyd Images
Red Bull Sailing Team, who came into the day in fifth place, elevated their game, charging out with the bit between their teeth to take victory in the first two races of the day as well as the final double-pointer, and more importantly, second overall.
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“It was a really tough day. We started quite well but it came down to the final race, and we put everything into it. In the end, it was perfect for us,” Skipper Roman Hagara said.
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Land Rover BAR Academy, with 2015 Extreme Sailing Series winner Leigh McMillan at the helm alongside skipper Bleddyn Môn, took third place in the final race, and third place overall, leaving Alinghi three points back in fourth.
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“I’m feeling pretty pleased with a podium finish for the Academy at the first event of the season. Being a brand new team, and this, for a lot of the guys, is the first time they’ve sailed a boat like this. It’s just a fantastic result. Everyone on the team has been performing really well and the experience they’re gaining in such a short period of time is huge,” McMillan said
Photo: © Mark Lloyd Images
The 19 races staged over four days delivered a sensational opening Act to the 2016 Extreme Sailing Series, as Andy Tourell, Event Director summed up: 

“The switch to the GC32 catamaran is the biggest transition the Series has ever been through, and Muscat has delivered near perfect conditions to get the Series off to a fantastic start. The competition on the water has been fierce, with the form guide all but ripped up as the fleet get to grips with flying. Next stop is China, where we will see more open water racing combined with our unique Stadium format.”

With seven Acts left on the global tour, and plenty of skills for the fleet to perfect as the year goes on, the 2016 Series looks set to go from strength to strength. Next stop is China, 29 April-2 May.

Extreme Sailing Series™ Act 1, Muscat standings after Day 4, 19 races (19.03.16)
Position / Team / Points

1. Oman Air (OMA) Morgan Larson, Pete Greenhalgh, James Wierzbowski, Ed Smyth, Nasser Al Mashari 217 points.
2. Red Bull Sailing Team (AUT) Roman Hagara, Hans Peter Steinacher, Stewart Dodson, Adam Piggott, Brad Farrand 184 points.
3. Land Rover BAR Academy (GBR) Bleddyn Môn, Leigh McMillan, Ed Powys, Adam Kay, Neil Hunter 175 points.
4. Alinghi (SUI) Ernesto Bertarelli, Arnaud Psarofaghis, Nicolas Charbonnier, Nils Frei, Yves Detrey 172 points.
5. SAP Extreme Sailing Team (DEN) Jes Gram-Hansen, Rasmus Køstner, Mads Emil Stephensen, Pierluigi De Felice, Renato Conde 166 points.
6. CHINA One (CHN) Taylor Canfield, Chris Steele, Shane Diviney, Hayden Goodrick, Luke Payne 153 points.
7. Team Turx (TUR) Edhem Dirvana, Stevie Morrison, Cem Gözen, Alister Richardson, Anıl Berk Baki 140 points.
8. Sail Portugal (POR) Diogo Cayolla, Bernardo Freitas, Javier de la Plaza, Luís Brito, Winston Macfarlane 138 points.

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Underdogs Team Turx Turn It Around in Muscat - Extreme Sailing Series, Act 1 - Muscat - Day 3

The eight Extreme Sailing Series teams took to the water in Oman for the penultimate day of racing today, in what proved to be a light airs test of tactics and patience as the fleet continued their steep learning curve on the GC32 catamarans.
Photo: © Mark Lloyd Images
Proving they are masters of both light airs and strong breeze, the tough conditions barely fazed Oman Air, who managed to find an extra gear, keeping the gas on and their concentration up. They added another two race wins to their tally – their overall scoreboard in Muscat barely showing a blip to top the rankings.
Photo: © Mark Lloyd Images
The light, shifty wind brought with it a change of fortunes for British Olympian Stevie Morrison and his co-skipper on Team Turx, Edhem Dirvana who put in a confidence-boosting performance as the second highest scorers of the day. The team, which includes former Luna Rossa America’s Cup sailor and past Extreme Sailing Series champion Alister Richardson, showed they all have the necessary talent to get up to speed quickly on the GC32.
Photo: © Mark Lloyd Images
“I love it, foiling is the way forward and for the Series I think the evolution happened at the right time. The circuit is pushing us as sailors to learn more, and I think it’s giving our sport the edge that’s needed.” Dirvana said regarding the switch to foiling
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Tomorrow’s final battle for the podium is raging, but a mixed day of results for SAP Extreme Sailing Team has put a little more light between them and Oman Air than the Danes will be comfortable with.
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“We’re not happy with the start of the day, but it was good to bounce back in the last race, sail a beautiful start, with good pace and sail well around the course to take the win. We expected Oman Air to be strong this year, but I think when the breeze is up we’re generally happy with our performance. It feels like we found a bit of the magic today key to perform well in the light stuff, so if we can keep improving, we hope we can close the gap.” co-skipper Jes Gram-Hansen said.
Photo: © Mark Lloyd Images
Just three points back are Land Rover BAR Academy, the youth team in third place, with the more experienced team Alinghi, breathing down their necks, one point behind.
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“We didn’t really have any expectations coming in to the week, as we didn’t know where we would end up, but we’ve had some good results and we’re happy. It’s a good event for us so far and we’ll hopefully be passing on some of our knowledge to the young lads. I think the 2016 season is going to be really exciting, there’s lots to look forward to,” said Bleddyn Môn, skipper on the British Youth boat.

Austria’s Red Bull Sailing Team currently sit in fifth place, while CHINA One and Sail Portugal continue to get to grips with both a new breed of boat, and the stadium style of racing the Extreme Sailing Series is renowned for – a challenge three-times Olympian and Portuguese skipper Diogo Cayolla is relishing.

“I think our boat handling improved as a team today and we were then able to look to increase our distance from some of the other teams. I think we’re getting better each day. I’m enjoying sailing these boats even more than I thought I would. The foiling was just amazing earlier in the week, but even in today’s light winds, we can still sail good races,” Cayolla said.

As the opening Act of the 2016 Series nears its close, any pre-season form guide has been all but thrown out the window, with all the teams showing they are capable of picking up good results – but can any of the challengers steal the top spot from Oman Air on home turf? Watch tomorrow’sfinal races from 1530GMT+4, to find out.

Extreme Sailing Series™ Act 1, Muscat standings after Day 3, 13 races (18.03.16)
Position / Team / Points

1. Oman Air (OMA) Morgan Larson, Pete Greenhalgh, James Wierzbowski, Ed Smyth, Nasser Al Mashari 145 points.
2. SAP Extreme Sailing Team (DEN) Jes Gram-Hansen, Rasmus Køstner, Mads Emil Stephensen, Pierluigi De Felice, Renato Conde 119 points.
3. Land Rover BAR Academy (GBR) Bleddyn Môn, Leigh McMillan, Ed Powys, Adam Kay, Neil Hunter 116 points.
4. Alinghi (SUI) Ernesto Bertarelli, Arnaud Psarofaghis, Nicolas Charbonnier, Nils Frei, Yves Detrey 115 points.
5. Red Bull Sailing Team (AUT) Roman Hagara, Hans Peter Steinacher, Stewart Dodson, Adam Piggott, Brad Farrand 110 points.
6. Team Turx (TUR) Edhem Dirvana, Stevie Morrison, Cem Gözen, Alister Richardson, Anıl Berk Baki 99 points.
7. CHINA One (CHN) Taylor Canfield, Chris Steele, Shane Diviney, Hayden Goodrick, Luke Payne 92 points.
8. Sail Portugal (POR) Diogo Cayolla, Bernardo Freitas, Javier de la Plaza, Luís Brito, Winston Macfarlane 83 points.

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Friday, March 18, 2016

Oman Air Shine In Home Waters - Extreme Sailing Series - Act 1 Muscat - Day 2

Under the beaming Arabian sun, things heated up on the Muscat racecourse for the eight hydro-foiling GC32 catamarans competing at the new-look Extreme Sailing Series today, as the local boys on Oman Air extended their lead.
Photo: © Mark Lloyd Images
It was a day of two halves, which saw the helmet-clad crews head out to the track in 18 knots of breeze, their GC32's skimming at high speed across the water, before an 180 degree wind shift shut things down.
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Three fast paced races were sailed, and like magnificent men on their flying machine, Morgan Larson and his crew, which includes three former Extreme Sailing Series champions, took victory in two races, giving Oman Air a 14 point lead at the halfway stage of the event.
Photo: © Mark Lloyd Images
The only team to challenge the locals was the Danish SAP Extreme Sailing Team, who took spoils in the day’s opening race, with the duo of Jes Gram-Hansen and Rasmus Køstner out to make their mark early on in the season.
Photo: © Mark Lloyd Images
“We’ve put a lot of work in trying to prepare ourselves for racing the boat, and now it’s all about racing. It is really rewarding as a sailor to jump on a new boat and feel like you’re improving. We still have a long way to go, but it feels like we are getting better every day,” Køstner said.
Photo: © Mark Lloyd Images
The double-Olympic gold medallists from Austria on Red Bull Sailing Team, this year with a new-look crew having recruited ex-SAP Extreme Sailing Team crewman Brad Farrand, got better and better as the day went on by posting a fourth, third and second, to finish the day third overall.
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“The conditions were difficult today and it wasn’t easy out on the racecourse, but we managed to make it work for us. Overall it felt good, especially when we are foiling -when these GC32s rise off the water, they’re spectacular to watch.” said Skipper Roman Hagara.
Photo: © Mark Lloyd Images
Tied on points in fourth and fifth place are Land Rover BAR Academy and Alinghi – the Swiss America’s Cup and former Extreme Sailing Series champions who were always in the top half of the fleet, showing an improvement in consistency.
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“Yesterday was a tough start for us, but today we were on our game and we are a lot happier with the result. We changed our communication onboard, especially on the starts, and we could see the progress. Although we have experience on the GC32, we can already see the other teams starting to get to grips with it, so we need to ensure we keep improving,” said co-skipper Arnaud Psarofaghis, a foiling Moth and multihull expert.
Photo: © Mark Lloyd Images
There were mixed fortunes for Team Turx today, with a broken winch in the third race leaving them out of the running. In contrast CHINA One finished the day on a high, taking third place in the closing race, putting them eight-points ahead of Sail Portugal.
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Extreme Sailing Series™ Act 1, Muscat standings after Day 2, 9 races (17.03.16)
Position / Team / Points

1. Oman Air (OMA) Morgan Larson, Pete Greenhalgh, James Wierzbowski, Ed Smyth, Nasser Al Mashari 102 points.
2. SAP Extreme Sailing Team (DEN) Jes Gram-Hansen, Rasmus Køstner, Mads Emil Stephensen, Pierluigi De Felice, Renato Conde 88 points.
3. Red Bull Sailing Team (AUT) Roman Hagara, Hans Peter Steinacher, Stewart Dodson, Adam Piggott, Brad Farrand 84 points.
4. Land Rover BAR Academy (GBR) Bleddyn Môn, Leigh McMillan, Ed Powys, Adam Kay, Neil Hunter 78 points.
5. Alinghi (SUI) Ernesto Bertarelli, Arnaud Psarofaghis, Nicolas Charbonnier, Nils Frei, Yves Detrey 78 points.
6. CHINA One (CHN) Taylor Canfield, Chris Steele, Shane Diviney, Hayden Goodrick, Luke Payne 62 points.
7. Team Turx (TUR) Edhem Dirvana, Stevie Morrison, Cem Gözen, Alister Richardson, Anıl Berk Baki 61 points.
8. Sail Portugal (POR) Diogo Cayolla, Bernardo Freitas, Javier de la Plaza, Luís Brito, Winston Macfarlane 54 points.

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Sunday, March 13, 2016

Alcatel One Touch Claim Victory in the Alice Burton Memorial Trophy - 18ft Skiffs - Sydney Harbour

Alcatel One Touch claimed victory in the Alice Burton Memorial Trophy 18ft Skiff race on Sydney Harbour today after previous leader Asko Appliances sailed a wrong mark on the last lap of the course.
Photo: Frank Quealey/18 Foot Skiff League
Once the Asko Appliances team realised the mistake the crew withdrew after the race, giving Alcatel One Touch the victory. Stephen Quigley, Tom Quigley and Sam Ellis were near the lead most of the day in Alcatel One Touch and the official winning margin was 1m4s.
Photo: Frank Quealey/18 Foot Skiff League
Ilve (Ollie Hartas, Mark Muirhead, Harry West) finished second, with Haier Appliances (Pedro Vozone, Tim Westwood, Lorenzo Cerretelli) a further 35 seconds back in third place.
Photo: Frank Quealey/18 Foot Skiff League
Only one minute covered the next four placings with Triple M (John Sweeny) in fourth place ahead of Coopers 62-Rag & Famish Hotel (Micah Lane), Peroni (Michael Coxon) and Compassmarkets.com (Matt Stenta).
Photo: Frank Quealey/18 Foot Skiff League
The race was sailed in a light NE wind which produced some close fleet racing over a three-buoys course. Ilve took advantage of the three-buoy system to grab the lead on the first spinnaker run.
Photo: Frank Quealey/18 Foot Skiff League
Asko Appliances (Marcus Ashley-Jones) was in second place, but challenging strongly, followed by Alcatel One Touch, Triple M and Compassmarkets.com, Haier Appliances, Peroni, Coopers 62-Rag & Famish Hotel and Mojo Wine (James Ward).
Photo: Frank Quealey/18 Foot Skiff League
Ilve held a two boat-length lead over Asko at the bottom mark, but the Asko team was dominant on the next windward leg to open up a 20 second break over Alcatel One Touch, which had moved into second place, ahead of Ilve.
Photo: Frank Quealey/18 Foot Skiff League
Asko’s lead was only two boat lengths over Alcatel One Touch at the bottom mark on the second lap, and the pair had edged away from Ilve, which was still a clear third. Triple M and Haier Appliances were together in fourth and fifth placings. After a gap, Peroni was sixth, followed by Coopers 62-Rag & Famish Hotel and Mojo Wine.
Photo: Frank Quealey/18 Foot Skiff League
Asko Appliances crew worked the northern shore on the left hand side of the course and appeared to have a race winning lead before the crew went around the blue marker and not the white marker as required by the team’s handicap.
Frank Quealey
Australian 18 Footers League

Monday, March 7, 2016

Team Aqua Takes RC44 Bermuda Cup

A last minute charge from Vladimir Liubomirov’s Bronenosec Sailing Team was not enough to displace Chris Bake’s Team Aqua from the top of the leaderboard at the conclusion of the RC44 Bermuda Cup, the first event of the Sir Russell Coutts-conceived one design’s 10th anniversary season.
Photo: © Martinez Studio.es / RC44 Class
Conditions on the final day of competition on Bermuda’s Great Sound looked marginal initially with a near glass out mid-morning. After a postponement ashore, the first warning signal was finally sounded at 14:10 and PRO Peter Reggio just managed to lay on two races in a shifty, patchy breeze that rarely exceeded five knots.
Photo: © Martinez Studio.es / RC44 Class
A disappointing penultimate day of racing had seen Bronenosec drop off the leaderboard, but today in the difficult light conditions the Russian team’s tactician, Michele Ivaldi, seemed to have a direct line to the wind gods. This somehow enabled the blue-hulled RC44 to win both of today’s races.
Photo: © Martinez Studio.es / RC44 Class
“I’ve been asleep for a couple of days – today I woke up finally. For sure in this kind of conditions some luck is involved, but we had good starts and we managed both times to get the first shift. That together with good boat speed and good crew work – it wasn’t easy, but it was a good effort,” Ivaldi said.
Photo: © Martinez Studio.es / RC44 Class
“If you looked behind you, you would go crazy. There were 40° shifts and big puffs everywhere. It was really hard – like Virgin Gorda again,” he added, referring to the last event of the RC44’s 2015 season.
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“Before we were really scared because the wind conditions were really tricky, like a casino, but Michele did an extremely good job together with the trimmers. And we did it… For us it was very important for us to finish this first race of the year very well,” said Bronenosec’s helmsman Vladimir Liubomirov.
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John Bassadone’s Peninsula Petroleum Sailing Team, which has another renowned Italian tactician, Vasco Vascotto, also had a solid day, posting a 2-3. But it was less good for Artemis Racing and Francesco Bruni, despite one extraordinary opportunity that emerged on the first run of the second race when the boats at the back of the fleet were able to sail some 20-30 degrees lower than the boats ahead. This elevated Artemis Racing from seventh to second, but she subsequently lost this position on the next beat. “It was a real throw of the dice,” admitted Bruni.
Photo: © Martinez Studio.es / RC44 Class
Bronenosec Sailing Team’s pair of bullets caused them to leap from fourth overall back on to the podium and then to second, finishing three points ahead of their arch-rival, Vladimir Prosikhin’s Team Nika. But it was not enough to topple Chris Bake’s Team Aqua. Team Aqua only had two results out of the top half of the fleet, in this lengthy 12 race series.
Photo: © Martinez Studio.es / RC44 Class
“We’re really pleased with this week - the guys did really well,” said tactician Cameron Appleton. “We fought hard today in the first race for a start we really believed in. It didn’t quite work out in our favour, but the team did a really good job of keeping the boat fast and we got back into the race enough to take fourth.”
Photo: © Martinez Studio.es / RC44 Class
Their prospects were looking better in race two when they pulled out an extraordinary lead on the first beat. However they were prepared for the second leg becoming a lottery. “I said to the guys ‘at this point, if we don’t win, then we’re not supposed to, because who knows how this race is going to unfold.’”
Photo: © Martinez Studio.es / RC44 Class
Despite dropping back on run and for a stage on the second beat, they managed to recoup a second place and the victor’s ‘golden wheel’s as winner of the RC44 Bermuda Cup. The margin between the leaders has impressively remained tight throughout the four days of fleet racing at the RC44 Bermuda Cup. Going into the final race four boats mathematically could still have won.
Photo: © Martinez Studio.es / RC44 Class
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