Could people reponsible for results at H(B)YC and TBYC please email me full results from the weekend. I know the three boats that finished yesterday, but I'm not entirely sure who entered and therefore gets a DNF for the ST.
Posted: 10/07/2006 12:03:00
Wet yesterday, wasnt it...
Posted: 10/07/2006 14:17:37
Deeply, you can find Jacko's write up and a link to the full results for the Harlow Blackwater meeting and some pictures at this address: http://ccgi.chipstowcarbon.force9.co.uk/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=87&mode=thread&order=0&thold=0
Posted: 10/07/2006 20:07:22
Posted: 10/07/2006 20:32:25
By: Alan F
Cheers Wiggly. ST points calculated and off to Mags. If anyone spots any mistakes, PLEASE let me know. It's going to be much easier to sort it now, rather than all at the end.
Posted: 10/07/2006 21:21:15
ST results posted.
Posted: 11/07/2006 09:40:41
Thorpe Bay report will appear after lunch.
Posted: 11/07/2006 09:54:21
Please can someone explain to me why those of us who risked life and limb, boats, spars and foils end up with 17 points for retiring when there were only 8 boats that took to the water?
Posted: 11/07/2006 18:59:46
OK. i might be wrong, but here goes: I think that 12 boats entered, certainly there are 12 boats on the results list that I got sent from Ian Little. If that is the case, then the ST rules are that if only one race is sailed, then the score is number of entrants plus 5 points. This makes 17 for everyone that didn't finish.
Posted: 11/07/2006 19:38:36
Yes 12 entries - remember the entry desk was at the back of the room - behind the double glazing - you couldnn't see the seagulls being blown backwards there! Most boats made it to the beach - one sadly got damaged in the surf - some did not launch after watching the surf for a while and at least one retired after the general recall.
Posted: 12/07/2006 08:13:16
What a day.
Posted: 12/07/2006 15:22:43
Sounds like a good weekend for ST results -
Posted: 13/07/2006 13:24:34
the one race at Hbsc lasted 2 hours min with plenty of opportunity for place changing just like Salcombe.
Posted: 13/07/2006 19:32:02
By: floppy toppy