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24/08/2014
Volvo Noble Marine UK National Championships

  • Massive waves at Mounts Bay, 2014
  • Massive waves at Mounts Bay, 2014
  • Action at RS400 Nationals at Mounts Bay
  • 2014 National Champions!
  • Volvo Noble Marine RS400 Nationals
  • Volvo Noble Marine RS400 Nationals

Photos by LPB Aerial Photography

 

Volvo Noble Marine RS400 Nationals Day One - Baptism of Fire at Mounts Bay

 

After Saturday’s sunny arrival in a picture perfect Mounts Bay, day one dawned grey and breezy with the 73 teams keen to get out on the water into the solid F4+ south easterly and building waves. Team Bedborough / Dunn made an early grab for the Duckhams with a capsize 100 feet off the shore much to the amusement of the entire rest of the fleet. Most others managed a more successful and straightforward sail down to the start.

After a practice gate to allow the fleet to put into practice the theory from Nick Craig’s starting seminar, Race One got off cleanly with a lot of boats fighting to get the lead on the port lay. Ultimately right paid and it was Nick and Tobytastic who hit the starboard lay to round first just ahead of pathfinders Andy Hatch/Dan Hawkins and returning rockstars Roger and James Gilbert. Eurocup champions Jon Gorringe and Nikki Bass picked up a great right hander on the 2nd beat to move into 2nd, but Jim Downer / Jon Price used their height+weight+fitness to perfection to storm through the fleet to pass Gorringe on the last beat for 2nd . Mr and Mrs Gilbert sailed a very solid race to finish 4th and dispel Roger’s claims that he had forgotten how to hike.

For Race Two the wind had risen to a solid F5 and with waves building to cathedral size the fleet rested their legs and consumed energy products whilst the committee boat repositioned for the start. Team Wales (Josh Metcalfe and Elaine Jones) were pathfinders and the majority of the fleet elected to start mid to late perhaps to enjoy an extra 1 minutes rest of their legs. Jack Holden / Alex Lee however went early and crossed the fleet but were narrowly beaten to the windward by Craig / Lewis. Mike Sims / Richard Brown had found 2nd gear in their new boat and came flying through the fleet to take 2nd and put Craig under a bit of pressure, followed by Downer / Price and Gilbert / Stewart both already showing great consistency in the challenging conditions.  The usual suspects were all there or thereabouts with Teams Gorringe, Farbrother and Metcalfe all posting top 10 solid results. Sean Cleary / Steven Tyner from Greystones SC had a great day to sit 9th overnight, whilst Mike Saul  / Demo Dave in THAT orange boat posted an 8th in Race 2 to round out the top 10 and prove that there’s life in the old dog yet.

So after day one Craig still appears to have a slight edge on the rest of the fleet but the competition for the top 10 is incredibly close.

Further down the fleet there was epic racing at all levels with small issues rapidly becoming major problems as the opportunities for clean kite hoists and drops shortened as the waves heightened.  The Silver Fleet winners, in 13th place overall were Mark Somerville & Joe Roberts, and the Bronze winners, in 20th place overall, was Richard Cain & Barney Dearsley.   

There were plenty of big smiles in the dinghy with several people claiming they had broken the world RS400 speed record, whilst the free tea and cakes on offer at the top of the slipway were very gratefully received. With plenty of material for Captain Duckhams the fleet are now rehydrating with the copious quantities of Penzance Brewery’s legendary “RS400 Awesome Anniversary Ale”  whilst awaiting the daily prizegiving. The fleet observe the forecast with interest as there is no shortage of wind on it’s way.

 

Keith Bedborough

 

Day 3

Had there been a vote among the 72 boat fleet as to whether anyone would rather be the race officer for the day it is unlikely that there would have been a single show of hands given the challenging forecast conditions.

After Monday's (Day 2) racing had been called off due to the lively conditions everyone was keen to get back into the competitive groove but a forecast of light and variable winds of under 5 knots along with a big left over swell from the previous day's action was always going to make racing challenging and a  long postponement likely.

After three hours drifting around in the waves watching what wind there was circle around the fleet, the race committee abandoned racing until further notice.

That's was the cue for an 8knot+ breeze to come in from the East - Sod's Law in the extreme, along with a strength and direction that hadn't been seen on any of the forecasts.

Just as the front runners in the race to the bar and the club deck chairs were setting foot on the beach, the race officer saw an opportunity to turn the fortunes of the day around and called the fleet back to the race area.

The breeze did the decent thing and kept steady as crews turned around and got used to sailing downwind into a head sea and surfing upwind. Just as the fleet got back to where it had started an hour before, (a couple of miles from the sailing club), and had settled into this unconventional routine, the breeze decided to go for a wander and danced from side to side, teasing the race officer and taunting the sailors as the strength dropped too.

Eventually, 4 hours after leaving the shore in the morning a start got under way but the breeze had another trick up its sleeve. Seeing the pathfinder hobby horsing its way on port towards the expectant fleet that had lined up where they thought the line would be, the breeze went hard right leaving many with the prospect of being stranded to windward of the line. As they turned to head back the pathfinder decided that the potential head to head was a risk not worth taking, even with a guard boat and tacked off. Cue a general recall.

No doubt seeing that the fluctuating breeze was going to cause problems with a gate start the race officer went for a line start. Given that it was now 16.30 and we had yet to get a race in it was hardly surprising that a black flag was hoisted to discourage any monkey business this late in the day.

It didn't and a general recall followed with two boats slapped on the wrists, (James Downer 1321 and Nick Bonner 1344), as their names went up on the naughty step blackboard.

The next start did succeed in getting away for two laps of a modest sized course littered with snakes and ladders.

In the end it was Keith Bedborough who got the best out of a long day and a short race with a convincing win while the race committee also scored with a race on the board, our third of the event so far.

But the fun hadn't finished as the breaking swell on the beach made for a challenging and spectacular return to base. With boats leaping out through the surf it was all-hands on the beach as crews helped each other to get ashore safely.

That, at least, got everyone's vote.

 

A wonderful trip to the Mounts for a private view of the castle and wine on the terrace with spectacular views rounded off a crazy day.

 

Wednesday's conditions look like a return to more saucy conditions.

 

Matt Sheahan

 

Day 4

Big Wednesday – I was there !!
 
When Llanelli beat the all conquering All Blacks in the 70’s the event became such a part of Welsh folklore that Max Boyce pointed out in his song “I was there” that 500,000 Welshmen now claim to have been in the 10,000 crowd. In a few years time there will be hundreds of RS sailors that will claim they were racing at Mounts Bay SC for Big Wednesday; day 4 of the 2014 Volvo Noble Marine RS400 Nationals.
 
After the sunshine and no wind of Tuesday it was back to the fresh southerly under slate grey skies, the fleet launching into 14 knots with a decent sea already running with the promise the wind and sea would slowly increase all day.
 
Race 4 started in a steady 12-14 knots and normal service resumed straight away with Nick Craig smarting from being beaten by his old crew on Tuesday was having no mucking around to lead straight away. Half way through the race something big and black was approaching from the general direction of the Lizard bringing with it rain, an extra 6-10 knots and making a mess of the course but producing a very memorable full tilt reach on the last loop. Craig and Tobytastic Lewis won from Jon Goringe/ Nicola Bass and Jim Downer/Jon Price.
 
With the wind now around 20 knots and the course rejigged race 5 started in a big running sea then half way up the first beat down came quality heavy Cornish mizzle, more wind and much reduced visibility leading many a crew at the spreader mark to exclaim “where is the leeward gate??” for the helm to answer “sod the marks where is the Mount!!??”  Downwind was now a full on strap yourself in Alton Towers special white knuckle ride; you had to be there to believe the waves! Getting the kite up was a major issue but the drop at the bottom was impossible for many unfortunately including Keith and Julie Willis. Having just overtaken Nick Craig/Tobytastic they wiped out and Keith’s knee reacting to the shock of overtaking Nick/Toby stopped working in a bad way. They had to be taken off the capsized boat by the rescue crew and taken to hospital; thankfully Keith was fine and back in the bar later. Josh Metcalfe and Tobytastic went back out after the race to help recover the boat and sail it in; star work boys.
 
Back in the race with the wind and sea getting even bigger there were now more wheel barrows in the race area than in a major garden centre. Craig and Tobytastic were majestic and were so far clear after 3 laps of major sailing to win with Jim Downer/Jon Price 2nd and Mike Sims/Richard Brown 3rd.
 
It was a very tired, shaken and quite emotional fleet that reached the Marazion beach. What a day – it is rare that photos give a real impression of the size of the waves but these really do.
 
Pete Vincent

 

Day 5


While those that had raced at Mounts Bay before had told those that hadn't about the legendary waves, what they hadn't mentioned was the 50 or so different varieties. In a challenging week for all, the range of sea states and weather had stretched from a whisper of a breeze and left over slop to full-on and frightening white crested growlers with a breeze, no viz and rain to match.

But for Day 5, Mounts Bay delivered champagne conditions midway between the week's extremes, along with a few more varieties of sea states and wind combinations.

Still battered and bruised from Wednesday's 20-30knot pummelling, the fleet headed out to a new race area to the east of the famous Mount. The decision by the race committee to take the fleet to this new location proved to be spot on.

The first of three races started in a 10-12 knot breeze that didn't really match the sea state, particularly on starboard tack where every fifth wave seemed to have a steep front and vertical back. Stopping the boat was easy, getting it going again was a far tougher task.

By the windward mark it felt like we had carried our boats to the top of the course using the mainsheet and toe straps.

The short stretch from the windward mark to the spreader buoy served up an entirely new sea state based on a washing machine's spin cycle. White chop, waves from everywhere, it felt like the entire fleet had headed off road.

And then came the downhill slide.

The waves suggested that there should be plenty of hiking and surfing but the breeze was holding back making the first two laps a bit of a struggle for all but the lightest crews.

By the third and final round of the first race the breeze had woken up and added a few more knots making the upwind legs a full hike and the downwind slides more fun.

By the finish Nick Craig and Toby 'Tastic' Lewis had led the fleet around the course once again.

Race two saw the conditions perk up a few more notches with some more breeze to match the building swell from the South West. But while the waves were longer the beats were still hard work and the battle for clear air just as intense. Fortunately the downwind slides became more fun too, especially for the extra-medium proportioned crews who had struggled to keep their boats on the boil. (No names, we know who we are!)

Again, Craig and Lewis scored a bullet and sealed their overall win of the championship. But for everyone else there was more to come.

First was a return to a three lap course, race two had been a teasing two lapper. Second was the waves,  stretching out a little further to make longer surfs downwind easier. But for some there were bigger surprises in store.

One was for Jim Downer who beat Nick Craig to the finish, but the other was for David Brown and Rebecca Witt (1290) who capsized at the start, (not something they make a habit of), but onto a rather sick looking shark. Rebecca refused to to leave the boat and enter the water by hanging onto the gooseneck to keep her feet above the water making life a little trickier for David who was trying to right the boat while convincing her that the shark was dead.

For the rest of the fleet the race was a perfect finish to a boisterous week but there was one more surprise in store - the ride home.

As we headed back towards the Mount the breeze kicked in with a 10knot bonus on top of the 15knots we had got used to making for a full on foam up for the two sail reach home. Some, no names, didn't quite make it without a swim on the way.

Overall, as far as conditions were concerned, the week could not have ended on a better note - sunshine, breeze, another variety of waves and big smiles around the fleet.

The last challenge was the long haul up the beach at low tide. A proper work out at the end of the day and a good excuse to use the stair lift in the club.

Congratulations to Nick Craig and Toby Lewis for taking an emphatic win.

 

Matt Sheahan

 

Final Results below.

Results - Races 1-8

Overall

Sailed: 8, Discards: 2, To count: 6, Entries: 73, Scoring system: Appendix A

Rank

Tally

Fleet

SailNo 

HelmName 

CrewName 

Club

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

R8

Total

Nett 

Notes

1st

15

Gold

1383

Nick Craig

Tobytastic Lewis

Frensham Pond

1.0

1.0

(2.0)

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

(2.0)

10.0

6.0

 

2nd

17

Gold

1321

Jim Downer

Jono Price

Gurnard SC

2.0

3.0

(74.0 BFD)

3.0

2.0

(7.0)

2.0

1.0

94.0

13.0

 

3rd

11

Gold

1435

Michael Sims

Richard Brown

Carsington SC

(15.0)

2.0

3.0

(32.0)

3.0

3.0

3.0

4.0

65.0

18.0

 

4th

23

Gold

1414

Jon Goringe

Nicola Bass

Parkstone SC

3.0

(7.0)

4.0

2.0

4.0

2.0

(8.0)

5.0

35.0

20.0

LC, M, LCr

5th

69

Gold

1388

Roger Gilbert

James Stewart

Frensham Pond SC

4.0

4.0

5.0

4.0

(23.0)

5.0

(74.0 DSQ)

3.0

122.0

25.0

 

6th

19

Gold

1418

Howard Farbrother

Dan Martin

QMSC

7.0

5.0

(30.0)

(29.0)

7.0

8.0

5.0

13.0

104.0

45.0

M

7th

3

Gold

1215

Josh Metcalfe

Elaine Jones

Y Felinheli

10.0

10.0

(11.0)

(15.0)

5.0

4.0

10.0

10.0

75.0

49.0

LCr

8th

29

Gold

1342

Jack Holden

Alex Lee

Arun SC

5.0

6.0

7.0

(14.0)

6.0

12.0

13.0

(16.0)

79.0

49.0

 

9th

25

Gold

1407

John Hessig

Nicky Griffin

Llangorse SC

(17.0)

9.0

10.0

8.0

8.0

9.0

6.0

(11.0)

78.0

50.0

LC, LCr

10th

31

Gold

1017

Sean Cleary

Steven Tyner

Greystones SC

6.0

15.0

(35.0)

9.0

9.0

(24.0)

7.0

8.0

113.0

54.0

 

11th

7

Gold

1395

Paul Hilliar

Sam Parker

 

(49.0)

11.0

(22.0)

5.0

20.0

10.0

4.0

6.0

127.0

56.0

 

12th

21

Gold

1432

Keith Bedborough

Steve Dunn

Dalgety Bay SC

11.0

(47.0)

1.0

17.0

(28.0)

17.0

12.0

9.0

142.0

67.0

 

13th

13

Gold

1384

Paul Oakey

Mark Oakey

Portchester SC

8.0

(74.0 DNF)

(74.0 BFD)

6.0

21.0

11.0

9.0

14.0

217.0

69.0

GM

14th

47

Gold

1259

Gareth Flanigan

David Fletcher

Ballyhorne YC

12.0

14.0

12.0

(33.0)

(15.0)

6.0

11.0

15.0

118.0

70.0

M

15th

51

Gold

1425

Mike Saul

Demo Dave

Yorkshire Dales SC

14.0

8.0

8.0

13.0

12.0

(27.0)

(23.0)

19.0

124.0

74.0

GM

16th

62

Silver

1082

Mark Somerville

Joe Roberts

Bassenthwaite SC

18.0

13.0

(39.0)

11.0

11.0

(20.0)

18.0

7.0

137.0

78.0

 

17th

27

Gold

1186

Dave Exley

Joe Hartigan

Leigh & Lowton SC

16.0

(22.0)

(27.0)

7.0

16.0

13.0

20.0

12.0

133.0

84.0

M,

18th

45

Gold

1161

Ben Robertson

Hannah Robertson

 

20.0

16.0

6.0

(51.0)

(74.0 DNF)

25.0

16.0

22.0

230.0

105.0

LCr

19th

71

Silver

1436

Simon Herriot

Tom Maron

Greystones SC

22.0

19.0

19.0

10.0

13.0

22.0

(24.0)

(33.0)

162.0

105.0

 

20th

70

Silver

864

Elaine Turner

Sijbrand Jongejans

Braasmermeer

24.0

12.0

9.0

21.0

(74.0 DNF)

33.0

(34.0)

25.0

232.0

124.0

LC, LH

21st

60

Silver

574

Steve Restall

Chris Stubbs

Downs SC

25.0

30.0

15.0

(43.0)

22.0

(31.0)

17.0

20.0

203.0

129.0

M

22nd

33

Gold

1406

Dave Cheyne

Ben Moag

NDCC

23.0

29.0

21.0

23.0

(74.0 DNC)

(36.0)

14.0

21.0

241.0

131.0

M

23rd

40

Bronze

411

Richard Cain

Barney Dearsly

Starcross YC

27.0

18.0

14.0

(30.0)

26.0

(32.0)

21.0

26.0

194.0

132.0

M

24th

41

Gold

1433

Rob Martin

Jan Martin

Lymington Town SC

9.0

(74.0 DNF)

(31.0)

27.0

30.0

18.0

25.0

27.0

241.0

136.0

LC, GM,

25th

39

Gold

1326

Nick Martin

Caroline Martin

Lee on Solent SC

(43.0)

34.0

23.0

22.0

(35.0)

14.0

27.0

17.0

215.0

137.0

LC, M, LCr

26th

5

Gold

1356

Pete Vincent

Pete Cruickshank

Bristol Corinthian

(55.0)

17.0

20.0

(39.0)

31.0

19.0

26.0

28.0

235.0

141.0

 

27th

66

Silver

1202

Sam Knight

John Knight

Bartley SC

30.0

(39.0)

29.0

24.0

18.0

23.0

19.0

(37.0)

219.0

143.0

 

28th

43

Gold

1203

Richard Gray

Isobel Mitchel

QMSC

36.0

(38.0)

24.0

(40.0)

17.0

26.0

22.0

24.0

227.0

149.0

 

29th

65

Silver

1088

Mark Chamberlain

Rebecca Chamberlain

Neyland YC

32.0

25.0

18.0

(36.0)

(74.0 DNC)

34.0

28.0

18.0

265.0

155.0

LC

30th

57

Silver

725

Bill Kenyon

Andy Dawson

Budworth SC

33.0

24.0

25.0

37.0

10.0

28.0

(41.0)

(38.0)

236.0

157.0

GM

31st

56

Silver

1290

David Brown

Rebecca Witt

QMSC

26.0

33.0

33.0

(48.0)

(74.0 DNC)

21.0

15.0

34.0

284.0

162.0

LC

32nd

1

Silver

983

Kevin Podger

Heather Chipperfield

Lymington Town SC

(46.0)

21.0

34.0

31.0

29.0

16.0

(44.0)

32.0

253.0

163.0

GM, LCr

33rd

35

Gold

1405

Liam Donnelly

Simon Martin

Royal North of Ireland YC

(35.0)

28.0

(46.0)

20.0

19.0

35.0

31.0

30.0

244.0

163.0

GM

34th

10

Bronze

1109

Richad Mayo

Fiona Mayo

Lymington Town SC

21.0

32.0

(74.0 DNC)

25.0

25.0

(74.0 DNC)

37.0

41.0

329.0

181.0

LC, LCr

35th

30

Bronze

1344

Nick Bonner

Will Hackney

Hamble River SC

41.0

(74.0 DNF)

(74.0 BFD)

16.0

24.0

42.0

32.0

29.0

332.0

184.0

 

36th

9

Gold

1390

Andy Hatch

Dan Hawkins

Datchet Water SC

19.0

44.0

36.0

19.0

(74.0 DNF)

40.0

29.0

(45.0)

306.0

187.0

M

37th

2

Silver

1340

Sam Neal

Alayne

Graham Water SC

(59.0)

36.0

(38.0)

18.0

36.0

37.0

36.0

31.0

291.0

194.0

M

38th

67

Silver

1377

Ivan Burden

Alex Lester

Portchester SC

28.0

31.0

32.0

35.0

27.0

41.0

(50.0)

(74.0 DNC)

318.0

194.0

M

39th

50

Silver

1393

Nick Zammit

Nick

Lock SC

42.0

23.0

(52.0)

38.0

33.0

(45.0)

39.0

23.0

295.0

198.0

 

40th

54

Silver

1230

Paul McMahon

Laura Houlihan

Howart YC

44.0

43.0

44.0

(55.0)

14.0

29.0

30.0

(49.0)

308.0

204.0

LC, LCr

41st

37

Gold

1014

Hamish Gledhill

Simon Dowse

West Riding SC

13.0

27.0

13.0

12.0

(74.0 DNF)

(74.0 DNC)

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

361.0

213.0

 

42nd

52

Silver

1051

Matt Sheahan

Ellie Sheahan

Netley SC

37.0

26.0

(47.0)

(56.0)

32.0

47.0

40.0

36.0

321.0

218.0

M

43rd

63

Silver

1428

James Gardner

Anne Gardner

Hayling Island SC

34.0

(74.0 DNF)

(74.0 DNC)

28.0

38.0

39.0

42.0

40.0

369.0

221.0

LC, LCr

44th

8

Bronze

1043

Ian Watkins

Imogen Watkins

Graham Water

48.0

41.0

43.0

(53.0)

(74.0 DNF)

43.0

33.0

35.0

370.0

243.0

LC, LCr

45th

18

Bronze

979

Oliver George-Tayor

Toria Burton

Locks SC

53.0

(74.0 DNC)

16.0

61.0

(74.0 DNC)

38.0

43.0

42.0

401.0

253.0

LC, LCr

46th

38

Bronze

1101

Simon Baker

Ian Craig

QMSC

40.0

40.0

48.0

45.0

37.0

(58.0)

(58.0)

51.0

377.0

261.0

GM

47th

64

Silver

1370

Keith Willis

Julie Willis

Lymington Town SC

29.0

35.0

26.0

26.0

(74.0 DNF)

(74.0 DNC)

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

412.0

264.0

M

48th

46

Bronze

630

Peter Craggs

Phil Nelson

York Railway Institute SC

(54.0)

37.0

49.0

(50.0)

34.0

49.0

46.0

50.0

369.0

265.0

 

49th

48

Bronze

939

Steve Jannering

Chloe Sideris

Maidenhead SC

47.0

48.0

(74.0 DNC)

(74.0 DNC)

74.0 DNC

15.0

35.0

47.0

414.0

266.0

LC

50th

44

Bronze

824

Chris Banner

Ellis Banner

Tata Steel SC

(74.0 DNF)

45.0

37.0

63.0

(74.0 DNC)

44.0

53.0

39.0

429.0

281.0

 

51st

61

Silver

1292

Christopher Eames

Oisin McClelland

Ballyhorne YC

31.0

20.0

17.0

(74.0 DNF)

(74.0 DNC)

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

438.0

290.0

Y

52nd

20

Bronze

877

Phil Britton

Jules Thorne

Dalgety Bay SC

52.0

46.0

50.0

49.0

(74.0 DNF)

(53.0)

49.0

44.0

417.0

290.0

M, LCr

53rd

55

Silver

1189

Peter Bennett

Liss Bennett

Datchet Water SC

39.0

42.0

28.0

34.0

(74.0 DNC)

(74.0 DNC)

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

439.0

291.0

LC, M, LCr

54th

16

Bronze

1252

James Alsop

Simon Edwards

QMSC

(56.0)

50.0

51.0

44.0

(74.0 DNF)

48.0

48.0

52.0

423.0

293.0

M

55th

49

Silver

976

Tim Garvin

Ellie Gadd

 

(74.0 DNF)

(74.0 DNF)

45.0

74.0 DNF

74.0 DNC

30.0

38.0

43.0

452.0

304.0

 

56th

73

Bronze

1387

Simon Palmer

Danielle Palmer

Locks SC

38.0

(74.0 DNF)

(74.0 DNC)

47.0

74.0 DNF

54.0

45.0

46.0

452.0

304.0

 

57th

28

Bronze

1031

Max Tosetti

Jenny Douglas

QMSC

50.0

(74.0 DNF)

42.0

54.0

(74.0 DNC)

52.0

52.0

54.0

452.0

304.0

M

58th

59

Silver

1044

Rob Hastings

Neil Calvin

Royal North of Ireland YC

58.0

(74.0 DNC)

54.0

46.0

(74.0 DNF)

46.0

47.0

74.0 DNC

473.0

325.0

 

59th

68

Silver

1275

David Hearsum

Gareth Fay

Hickling Broad SC

(74.0 DNF)

(74.0 DNC)

40.0

60.0

74.0 DNC

55.0

51.0

48.0

476.0

328.0

GM

60th

36

Bronze

1430

Simon Matthews

Penny Matthews

Lancing SC

63.0

(74.0 DNF)

59.0

59.0

(74.0 DNC)

51.0

56.0

55.0

491.0

343.0

LC, M, LCr

61st

53

Silver

1353

Bill Handley

Lynda Handley

St Mawes SC

45.0

(74.0 DNF)

41.0

41.0

(74.0 DNC)

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

497.0

349.0

LC, GM, LCr

62nd

14

Bronze

1426

Mike Corduff

Bruce Woodcock

Dabchicks SC

57.0

(74.0 DNC)

55.0

42.0

(74.0 DNF)

50.0

74.0 DNF

74.0 DNC

500.0

352.0

4

63rd

26

Bronze

1287

James Bowman

Sara Roberts

Starcross YC

60.0

(74.0 DNF)

56.0

(74.0 DNC)

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

54.0

53.0

519.0

371.0

M

64th

72

 

535

Ernie Hatton

Colin Hatton

Weirwood SC

(74.0 DNF)

(74.0 DNC)

58.0

64.0

74.0 DNC

56.0

55.0

74.0 DNF

529.0

381.0

GM

65th

42

Bronze

1270

James Cutler

Andy Trim

Burghfield SC

(74.0 DNF)

49.0

53.0

58.0

(74.0 DNC)

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

530.0

382.0

M

66th

34

Bronze

1328

Steve Peat

Sarah Peat

Starcross YC

62.0

(74.0 DNC)

60.0

(74.0 DNC)

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

57.0

56.0

531.0

383.0

 

67th

32

Bronze

1322

Gideon Ewers

Gilly Ewers

Chitchester YC

(74.0 DNF)

(74.0 DNC)

57.0

57.0

74.0 DNC

57.0

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

541.0

393.0

LC, M

68th

58

Silver

1337

Graeme Henry

Katie Masterson

St Marys Loch SC

51.0

(74.0 DNC)

(74.0 DNC)

52.0

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

547.0

399.0

LC, M, Y

69th

6

Bronze

438

Franco Marenco

Tom Carr

Starcross YS

61.0

(74.0 DNC)

(74.0 DNF)

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

579.0

431.0

M

70th

12

Bronze

519

Alistair Cole

Julie Cole

Yorkshire Dales SC

(74.0 DNF)

(74.0 DNC)

74.0 DNC

62.0

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

580.0

432.0

LC, M, LCr,

71st

4

Bronze

556

Ross Davies

Clemmy Dymond

QMSC

(74.0 DNF)

(74.0 DNC)

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

592.0

444.0

LC

71st

22

Silver

887

Keith Escritt

Phil Preistly

Yorkshire Dales SC

(74.0 DNC)

(74.0 DNC)

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

592.0

444.0

M

71st

24

Bronze

1320

Chris Stanton

Louise Hoskins

QMSC

(74.0 DNF)

(74.0 DNC)

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

74.0 DNC

592.0

444.0

 

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