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8 September 2012


RESULTS

CONGRATULAZIONI WINSTON_4!!! GEFELICITEERD ArtPainter !! GRATTIS sassy63!

The third and final race in this years Simrad B&G; series has been epic. The winds were ideal for SOL-sailing not to shifty and strong enough to keep all sailors on their toes. The top 10 boats all arrived within 2 minutes of each other - just remarkable when you consider the majority of SOLers are not in the S Hemisphere/timezone! Great to see some jockeying for position right up to the line - an example to those of us back in the field - sail your boat to the very last, always strive for optimal performance. BRAVE and well done guys. We fared better than some of the IRL boats who had a pretty tough experience it seems (visit www.crew.org.nz for full info).
NZL_PaulR+Promise
NZL_Psychic+Psychic


RACE INFO

The third and final race in this years trio of Hauraki Gulf challenges for SOL is the B&G; Simrad 100. Our course sees the fleet leaving first Rangitoto Island and then Motutapu Island to starboard, then Gannet Rock, Channel Island and Little Barrier all to port and once more finishing at Orakei Wharf

SOL's polar is that of yacht Fineline

At least three SOLers will be racing in the IRL race:
- NZL_PaulR on Panacea
- NZL_psychic on Psychic
- NZL_Yachtyakka on Promise

Fair winds!

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