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Australian Moth Championship - Kiwi leads world class fleet

'Jody Shiels (alias Randy Cunningham) going down - 2013 Australian Moth Championship'    Beau Outteridge

The 2013 Australian Moth Championship is being sailing out of Wangi RSL Amateur Sailing Club on the western side of Australia's largest salt water lake Lake Macquarie on the NSW Central Coast.

After the hottest day in the last few decades, a southerly change came over night, the temperatures dropped and the enthusiasm of the sailors increased.

Racing got underway onthe third day of racing on time in a 15 to 18 knot SSE breeze. In an attempt to try and keep the fleet out of the big waves whipped up over night by the southerly change, a slightly smaller course was set with the top mark tucked under Wangi Point.


Surprisingly, the speed of the leaders in the first race made it obvious that the course needed to extended. A further complication occurred when the bottom rounding mark started to drift dangerously close the committee boat. With boats approach at nearly 30 knots and the gap between the mark and the committee boat rapidly shrinking, quick deployment of a rib and code flag M enabled the race to continue.

The usual suspects figured in the top group, with London Olympic 49er silver medallist, Kiwi Pete Burling first, Scott Babbage second and Rob Gough third.

The only front runners missing from the top 10 were London 2012 Olympic Laser Gold Medallist Tom Slingsby who had a swim and Nathan Outteridge,the Moth 2011 World Champion and London Olympic 49 Gold Medallist who broke his wing on the boat and had to retire from all three races.

With the course extended somewhat and extra tackle on the drifting mark, everything was set for a good race, and the sailors made the most of it. The front end of the fleet it was almost a carbon copy of the previous race with Pete Burling first, Scott Babbage second and current Moth World Champion Josh McKnight third.

In the third and final race for the day, the sailors were all a bit too keen, resulting in a general recall, much to some sailors delight, especially Phil Stevenson who was upside down behind the start boat.

In the subsequent restart everyone got away well and saw Tom Slingsby come good, but not quite good enough to beat Kiwi Pete, who ended up with three bullets for the day. Tom was second, Josh McKnight third and Scott Babbage fourth.

After six races, with one drop, Pete now leads on seven points from Scott on 10 points, Josh on 21 points, Dave Lister on 24 points and Rob Gough and Joe Turner both on 26 points. As racing was cancelled on Tuesday, catch up races are scheduled on Thursday from 1pm.



Updated:  09/01/2013  5:52:18 PM

Series Results [One Design ET] up to Race 6 (Drops = 1)

Place

Ties

Sail No

Boat Name

Skipper

From

Sers Score

Bow No:

Race 6

Race 5

Race 4

Race 3

Race 2

Race 1

1

 

3961

Oh Yeah

Pete Burling

Tanranga YC

7.0

10

1.0

1.0

1.0

[5.0]

3.0

1.0

2

 

2

7

Scott Babbage

Woollahra

10.0

2

[4.0]

2.0

2.0

3.0

1.0

2.0

3

 

1

Flying Tiger

Josh McKnight

RPA

21.0

1

3.0

3.0

6.0

2.0

7.0

[70.0F]

4

 

3657

Manic 3

Dave Lister

ST George SC

24.0

57

6.0

4.0

[70.0C]

1.0

2.0

11.0

5

3.0S

3

Altitude

Rob Gough

RYCT

26.0

3

7.0

6.0

3.0

[7.0]

6.0

4.0

6

 

3678

Hayles

Joe Turner

Woollahra

26.0

14

5.0

5.0

5.0

6.0

[9.0]

5.0

7

2.0S

3964

Johnny Drama

Tom Slingsby

Gosford SC

35.0

9

2.0

9.0

[14.0]

8.0

4.0

12.0

8

 

8

Tas 3

Julien Salter

RYCT

35.0

8

8.0

8.0

4.0

[15.0]

12.0

3.0

9

 

3951

Puddles

Iain Jensen

WASC

41.0

11

[16.0]

7.0

7.0

9.0

11.0

7.0

10

 

5

KA

Andrew McDougall

BRYC

53.0

5

10.0

12.0

8.0

13.0

[13.0]

10.0

11

 

3656

Scalpel

Luka Damic

ST George SC

54.0

56

9.0

10.0

15.0

12.0

8.0

[18.0]

12

 

3904

East Coast Marine

Scott Beeby

NCYC

58.0

18

11.0

13.0

9.0

11.0

14.0

[23.0]

13

 

3783

Peanuts Dream

Warren Sare

Woollahra

72.0

16

13.0

18.0

[20.0]

10.0

17.0

14.0

14

 

3820

HS Plasterboard

Matt Crockett

B16's

77.0

44

17.0

19.0

13.0

18.0

10.0

[20.0]

15

 

3717

Dripping Carbon

Jack Sherring

Southport

83.0

17

15.0

[26.0]

24.0

20.0

15.0

9.0

16

 

3833

Slam Australia

James Dorron

Manly 16FT SC

87.0

12

12.0

11.0

10.0

25.0

[70.0F]

29.0

17

 

3832

Stone Cutter

Les Thorpe

BYRA

88.0

32

14.0

24.0

[34.0]

14.0

21.0

15.0

18

 

3719

OZ SUP

Phil Kurts

Woollahra

93.0

19

26.0

15.0

12.0

17.0

23.0

[31.0]

19

 

3781

Impact

Will Logan

RYCT

94.0

42

18.0

23.0

19.0

16.0

18.0

[30.0]

20

 

3707

Red Bull

Hirioki Goto

HYA

95.0

7

22.0

14.0

11.0

31.0

[32.0]

17.0

21

6.0S

3957

The Spruce Goose

Tom Johnson

RFBYC

98.0

67

21.0

21.0

27.0

23.0

[34.0]

6.0

22

 

3934

Tack City

Jamie Woods

LMYC

98.0

34

19.0

17.0

17.0

21.0

24.0

[27.0]

23

 

3803

Kajimoto

Kohei Kajimoto

BRYC

102.0

15

[27.0]

22.0

18.0

22.0

19.0

21.0

24

 

3920

Purple

Ben Newling

Woollahra

111.0

20

24.0

20.0

16.0

[35.0]

27.0

24.0

25

 

3903

XTC

James Owen-Smith

Davey's Bay

112.0

43

[31.0]

27.0

25.0

19.0

28.0

13.0

26

 

3637

Star Scream

Brent Pearson

DPSS KBSC4

118.0

37

25.0

16.0

23.0

32.0

[70.0O]

22.0

27

 

3997

G Had

Nathan Outteridge

WASC

120.0

4

70.0C

[70.0C]

33.0

4.0

5.0

8.0

28

 

3823

MK Building Group

Richard Jackson

Mt Martha YC

121.0

23

30.0

25.0

22.0

24.0

20.0

[39.0]

29

 

3777

Audney

Ben Crocker

Woollahra

125.0

51

23.0

[70.0C]

21.0

28.0

16.0

37.0

30

 

3958

Yoshi

Luke Parkinson

Fremantle SC

135.0

68

20.0

[70.0C]

29.0

29.0

25.0

32.0

31

 

3709

Dutchy

James Vandervort

Teralba SC

137.0

63

28.0

33.0

30.0

[36.0]

30.0

16.0

32

 

3905

Rhapsody

Phil Stevenson

ST George SC

140.0

62

33.0

29.0

26.0

33.0

[37.0]

19.0

33

 

3778

Meat Axe

Andrew Coxall

ST George SC

145.0

45

36.0

32.0

[36.5]

30.0

22.0

25.0

34

 

3636

20 Good Reasons

Steven Sherring

SYS

151.0

36

32.0

30.0

28.0

[42.0]

33.0

28.0

35

 

3827

FAF

Jody Shiels

WASC

155.0

27

29.0

34.0

[42.0]

26.0

26.0

40.0

36

 

3750

WMD

Emmett Lazich

WASC

177.5

41

35.0

31.0

36.5

37.0

38.0

[47.0]

37

 

3673

Coldie

Rod Winter

RMYC

178.0

53

44.0

38.0

[50.5]

34.0

36.0

26.0

38

 

3770

Ladybird

Emma Spiers

Woollahra

183.0

50

34.0

36.0

[41.0]

38.0

39.0

36.0

39

 

3316

Red Belly Black Snak

Alex Vandervort

Teralba SC

192.0

30

[70.0C]

28.0

32.0

48.0

41.0

43.0

40

 

3326

Every Dog Has it's D

Lloyd Edmonds

SOPYC

207.0

26

43.0

41.0

39.0

44.0

40.0

[51.0]

41

 

384

Pimp Mobile

Max Puttman

SOPYC

209.0

31

37.0

37.0

35.0

51.0

[53.0]

49.0

42

 

3321

IFFI

Jamie Roberts

ST George SC

213.0

21

70.0C

[70.0C]

31.0

39.0

31.0

42.0

43

 

3867

Camargue

David Robinson

Woollahra

216.0

47

42.0

44.0

44.0

40.0

46.0

[55.0]

44

35.0S

3976

It's Not A Zebra

Sam Phillips

SOrrento CSC

219.0

22

50.0

35.0

[70.0C]

41.0

47.0

46.0

45

 

3807

K San

Ryan Kelly

WAllaroo

219.0

24

40.0

39.0

46.0

46.0

[70.0C]

48.0

46

 

3779

FireFly

Chris Dixon

ST George SC

229.0

39

70.0C

70.0C

[70.0C]

27.0

29.0

33.0

47

 

3956

Free Bird

Bruce Cooper

Balmoral

233.0

64

38.0

47.0

70.0C

43.0

35.0

[70.0C]

48

39.0S

3633

Let Them Eat Cake

Rayshelle Martin

Woollahra

235.0

33

39.0

46.0

48.0

50.0

[54.0]

52.0

49

 

3952

Tucker Box

Ben Tucker

Woollahra

235.0

66

41.0

42.0

43.0

58.0

51.0

[59.0]

50

35.0S

3638

Crumpet

David Martin

Woollahra

246.0

38

70.0C

[70.0C]

47.0

52.0

42.0

35.0

51

 

3178

Teknologika

Bruce McLeod

ST George SC

246.0

40

[70.0C]

40.0

38.0

55.0

55.0

58.0

52

40.0S

3313

The Penguin

Scott Sharpe

SOPYC

251.0

13

70.0C

[70.0C]

40.0

47.0

49.0

45.0

53

 

3868

B-One

Rob Pearson

Yeppoon

251.0

48

46.0

43.0

49.0

[60.0]

56.0

57.0

54

 

3288

Blue

Gus Ekberg

BRYC

267.0

28

45.0

70.0C

[70.0C]

56.0

52.0

44.0

55

38.0S

3676

Hairy

Cam Robinson

Woollahra

268.0

29

48.0

70.0C

[70.0C]

54.0

58.0

38.0

56

 

9336

Leyroy Jenkins

Mark Hughes

Southport

268.0

59

49.0

45.0

54.0

[61.0]

60.0

60.0

57

 

3660

Invader

Dave Henderson

Northbridge SC

273.0

60

51.0

48.0

52.0

[62.0]

61.0

61.0

58

 

3574

Karma

Tim Forbes-Smith

ST George SC

275.0

35

47.0

70.0C

[70.0C]

57.0

48.0

53.0

59

 

3256

Manic 2

Jon Branch

ST George SC

279.0

49

70.0C

70.0C

[70.0C]

53.0

45.0

41.0

60

 

3998

Doink 3

James McKenzie

Balmoral

283.0

58

[70.0C]

49.0

53.0

59.0

59.0

63.0

61

 

9364

Silver Shadow

Nick Billett

RQYS

285.0

55

70.0C

70.0C

[70.0C]

45.0

50.0

50.0

62

34.0S

3209

Cherub

Kris Fay

Belmont 16ft

287.0

70

70.0C

70.0C

70.0C

[70.0C]

43.0

34.0

63

 

3687

Flying Circus

Phil Smith

SOPYC

287.0

52

70.0C

70.0C

[70.0C]

49.0

44.0

54.0

64

 

9318

Sector 7G

Bryce O'Wone

WASC

298.0

69

70.0C

70.0C

45.0

[70.0O]

57.0

56.0

65

 

9256

Smith

Ian Sim

Balmoral

307.5

46

70.0C

[70.0C]

50.5

63.0

62.0

62.0

66

 

3570

Air Cooled

Tom Graham

Toowoomba

350.0

61

70.0C

70.0C

70.0C

70.0C

70.0C

[70.0F]

66

 

65

Tomhamsam

Harry Mighell

SSCBC

350.0

65

70.0C

70.0C

70.0C

70.0C

70.0F

[70.0C]

66

 

3306

Peppered

Rob Green

Darling Point SS

350.0

6

70.0C

70.0C

70.0C

70.0C

70.0C

[70.0C]

66

 

8825

Dilli Gaff

Andrew Morris

CYCA

350.0

25

70.0C

70.0C

70.0C

70.0C

70.0C

[70.0F]

 

(Ties: S=Score R=Race B= Bettered. Penalties: A=ARB B=BFD C=DNC D=DNE E=ESP F=DNF G=RDG L=Late Entrant M=DGM N=ENP O=OCS P=Protest Q=DSQ R=RAF S=DNS T=TLE U=DUT V=AVG X=EXC Z=ZFP Y=SCP #=NoData [x.y]=Discarded)

 


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Volvo Ocean Race: Leg 2 starts at high speed in 35kt winds
Volvo Ocean Race - Team SCA off to gutsy leg 2 start
ISAF Sailing World Cup Final - Heroes and champions in Nacra 17 fleet
ISAF Sailing World Cup Final - Talented Finn pack all set
RC44 Oman Cup - Synergy crowned RC44 Match Race Champions
Volvo Ocean Race: Leg 2 start - action replay video from Cape Town
Volvo Ocean Race: Team Alvimedica on tour in Cape Town
15th Ambassadors Cup - Brazil claims victory
Route du Rhum - Alex Pella first ever Spanish skipper to finish first
SSL Finals 2014 - Star World Champion Stanjek to race with Olesen
ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne: Finn fight looming on Port Phillip
Rugby man appointed Chief Executive Officer of Yachting Australia
Welcome back: Congressional Cup Joins Alpari World Match Racing Tour
18ft Skiffs: Smeg's second Red-Line run down Sydney harbour in 40kts *Feature
Volvo Ocean Race: Start Wednesday - Cyclone season awaits Leg 2 fleet
Airwaves Noumea PWA Dream Cup - Opening day in New Caledonia
RORC Transatlantic Race - Competitive fleet ready to race
Volvo Ocean Race: Leg 2 Media Conference - Full replay *Feature
Volvo Ocean Race - Team Vestas Wind ready to race   
Volvo Ocean Race: Young sailors get behind ADOR ahead of Leg 2   
18fters: Getting through the 'Death Zone' in a 35kt breeze *Feature   
Volvo Ocean Race: Sam Davies speaks openly about the first leg *Feature   
ISAF Sailing World Cup Final: Exciting 49er and 49erFX action expected   
America's Cup: Significant changes made to Protocol, but issues remain *Feature   
2014 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race - the 70th   
Stoke Beer 18ft Skiff Auckland Champs: Knight Frank lead after 5 races   
ISAF Sailing World Cup Final - RS:X elite Abu Dhabi bound   
120 boat start line for Tasar Worlds in Busselton   
Melges 24 U.S. Nationals - Full Throttle team grabs their sixth title   
RC44 Oman Cup - Grand final showdown on the horizon   
Visit Doyle Sails New Zealand at METS 2014   
Top Kiwi Finn sailor debuts in the 2014 Star Sailors League Finals   
2014 Butler Cup - Shane Young wins match race regatta   
Adventures of a Sailor Girl: News and interviews from Nov 16 show *Feature   
2014 Melges 24 U.S. National Championship - Moon wind   
Australian 18ft Skiffs: 40kt winds cancel race but Witt sails + Video   
2014 Melges 24 US National Championship - Day 2 images by Joy Dunigan   
Volvo Ocean Race: Abu Dhabi are the Kings of Cape Town   


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