Race Seven Re-instated at Etchells Worlds
By Rob Kothe,
9:30 AM Sat 7 Aug 2004
Last night, the International Jury, sitting at the Mooloolaba Etchells Worlds decided Race Seven, which started three minutes after the Championship Rules four-hour time limit before sunset was invalid.Now there has been another reversal. ...
Angry Flags fly at Etchells World: Race Seven blown
By Ian 'Stripey' Grant,
8:45 PM Fri 6 Aug 2004
Shortly after 2000 hours the International Jury handed down the decision in support of the Race Committee and also declared race seven won by Queensland’s Mark Bradford as an invalid race because it had not started within the 4 hours prior to sun set. ...
McNeill holds on – Miles gives chase – Bradford wins Race 7
By Di Pearson, Mooloolaba ,
5:53 PM Fri 6 Aug 2004
Pittwater sailor Cameron Miles woke up a happier man this morning after the International Jury, headed by Ronnie McCracken found: ‘The Race Committee have erred in scoring AUS 509 as OCS as there was sufficient doubt from the evidence presented’, in relation to yesterday’s Race 6 of the Etchells World Championship in Mooloolaba. ...
Etchells Worlds Results Race 7
5:49 PM Fri 6 Aug 2004
A tale of three cities as Brisbane's Mark Bradford, beat Melbourne's John Savage with Sydney-sider Julian Plante in third place in race seven today. ...
Etchells Worlds on knife edge
By Peter Campbell,
5:31 PM Fri 6 Aug 2004
Just two points separate the two leading helmsmen, Peter McNeill and Cameron Miles, going into tomorrow’s eighth and final race of the ACE Etchells World Championship 2004 being sailed off Mooloolaba on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. ...
Etchells Worlds down to the wire
By The Sail-World Team,
5:19 PM Fri 6 Aug 2004
Brisbane sailmaker Mark Bradford wins late finishing race 7 at the ACE Etchells Worlds this afternoon. ...
Cameron Miles granted OCS redress
By Peter Campbell,
8:57 AM Fri 6 Aug 2004
The International Jury at the ACE Etchells World Championship last night reinstated former World Champion Cameron Miles to third place in yesterday’s race six of the series, finding that the Race Committee had erred in scoring him OCS (on course side) as a premature starter. ...
McNeill on track to win Etchells Worlds
By Ian Grant,
5:30 PM Thu 5 Aug 2004
Lake Macquarie sail maker Peter McNeill has capitalised on sensible tactics and outstanding crew support from Paul Turner and former Olympian Greg Torpy to lead the 2004 ACE World Etchells championship contested off Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. ...
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