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Final results Australian Junior Classes Camp 2016

September 8, 2016

To Sailors and Families of the Inaugural Australian Junior Classes Sailing Camp at SoPYC, please find the message below from your class reps:

 

We had 62 sailors registered with 9 Flying Ants, 18 Minnows and 13 Pelicans giving us 40 boats attending and more than 30 sailors and families camping.  Im sure SoPYC didn’t know what hit them!

 

What a weekend, with buried treasure, excitement on the water, blocked dunnies, awesome coaching, mixed fleet racing and overall great family fun times sailing and camping on the Swan!  What a perfect venue.  From all the fleets thank you to SoPYC for hosting the event.

 

Thank you to all sailors participating especially those that travelled far and a really big thank you to all the volunteers and coaches who made the weekend.  Great to see everyone there pitching in and making things happen - too many to list - fantastic work everyone!  Really, really appreciated.   As a result of everyones efforts all the kids had an amazing weekend, which is the best reward for all.  

 

Congratulations to the overall winner of the Australian Junior Classes 2016

1st  Jared Clark: Minnow 1217 ‘Blue Flame’

2nd  Owen & Callum Eiszelle: Flying Ant 585 ‘Elusive’

3rd   Aiden & Hayden: Pelican 659 ’Seaking'

 

Congratulations to Tyson Clark for taking out the ‘Pink Pelican’ after being nominated as the best Minnow Muster prize for his antics on the water.   

 

Congratulations also to the fleet winners:

Minnows 

1st: 1217 Jared Clark ‘Blue Flame'

2nd: 1223 Ben Robinson ‘Red Robin'

3rd: 1136 Xavier Bates ‘Maniac’

 

Pelicans

1st: 659 Seaking; Aiden & Hayden

2nd: 655 Tasty Taddie; Ben & Tim 

3rd: 423 Combat: Riley & Raff

 

Flying Ants

1st: 585 Elusive; Owen & Callum Eiszelle

2nd: 557 Addiction; Jack & Harry Joyner

3rd: 350 Rhinochaser; Kieran Bucktin and Hugh Kilpatrick

 

The impact of the ‘U’ flag and applying proper starting techniques will hopefully be a good lesson for a few sailors as is shown in the results. 

 

We’ve had a few lessons learned from our inaugural sailing camp and have lots of ideas & improvements for running this event again.  Any comments & feedback is welcomed from those attending so we can aim to make it even better.

 

Thank You from your fleet reps

Dale Kerswell - Flying Ants

Jon Clark - Minnows

Tim Putt - Pelicans

 

 

 

Kind Regards,

Fiona Henderson
on water group administration assistant

 

 

 

 

 

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