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Colin Archer Memorial 2019 - RESULTS


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ЧЕСТИТО Beliberda!!!
CONGRATULATIONS calmxy!! CONGRATULAZIONI RICOTINA!

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The Wadden Zee is a tricky place to get out of, and if you don't follow the buoyed channel, chances are you will come to grief, as quite a number of the competitors in SOL's virtual Colin Archer found out to their cost. Once out into the open Noord Zee, it seemed a straightforward fetch to Larvik beckoned, although, under the Norwegian coast a patch of light air was moving about a bit, and in the end, this proved the undoing of quite a number. Tricky stuff!

Great praise indeed then is due to our eventual winner Beliberda and his fellow podium-placers, calmxy for the first time (read how he did it!), and very steady-eddy RICOTINA. Super well done, all!

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Bay To Bay Sprints 2019 - RESULTS


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CONGRATULATIONS NNYC_Ironman!!!
GOOD ONYA jhk1980!! FELICITATIONS ARMOROCH!

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CONGRATULAZIONI RICOTINA!!!
CONGRATULAZIONI WINSTON_4!! GOOD ONYA Kipper1258!

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For the second year in a row, our Bay to Bay races through Australia's Great Sandy Strait produced six different names across the two podiums, attesting once again how tricky these races, around a series of cans with treacherous shoals and beaches all around, are. However, when the chips were down for the counter towards the Q2 Sprint Series, it was the Italian Navy, like others taking a route south west round Woody Island, that were to the fore.

But all our podium placers deserve congratulations, as the racing was as close and fierce as ever! Very well done, guys!!

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Diaplo RTI Sprint 2019 - RESULTS


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CONGRATULATIONS Sadlersailing!!!
CONGRATULAZIONI Lou!! CONGRATULAZIONI WINSTON_4!

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So far this year, our sprints are proving popular, with this latest one seeing ninety-odd SOLers make the finishing line, after a fairly trying four-and-a-half hour race. If racers had been feeling frustrated negotiating the light airs of the Puget Sound elsewhere on planet SOL, there was to be no let-up here in the Ionian Sea. A triangular course meant that it was always likely that there would be some upwind work and so it proved, with the second leg from Erikouso to Othonio pretty much straight into it.

Undoubtedly judging how hot to sail into a wind backing steadily across the course and when to tack will have had much to do with the eventual outcome, although with Lou back and immediately on the podium, good cornering will also have played its part. However, in the end, it was Sadlersailing who emerged victorious, but by only three seconds from the aforementioned Lou. Impressive stuff!

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