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18ft Skiffs- JJ Giltinan 2012 Race 6 Video

by Bob Killick on 26 Feb 2012
Gotta Love it. JJ Giltinan Trophy Sydney Harbour 2012. © Ingrid Abery http://www.ingridabery.com
18ft Skiffs Winning Appliances JJ Giltinan 2012.... Gotta Love It 7's MOB in Race 6 doesn't stop her winning yesterday's penultimate race of the JJ.

Ian Jensen, standing in for Sam Newton, missed his trap hook up at Clark Island whilst rounding behind Michael Coxon's Thurlow Fisher Lawyers, which had Ewan McNichol in the bow filling in for the injured Trent Barnabus.

This mishap was soon overcome, with Gotta Love It 7 overtaking Thurlow Fisher Lawyers, to go away for her fifth bullet of the series.

Jonathon Whitty's Lumix finished third in front of Alex Valling's C-Tech followed byYandoo and Appliances on Line. Both Jack McCartney's Rag & Famish and Marcus Ashley Jones' Asko snapped their centreboards on the bouncy run to Clark Is. and retired.

Team Gotta Love It 7 have now wrapped up their JJ Giltinan event hat trick with one heat to sail on Sunday - hats off to them.

Video by Simon Brown Gecko Productions




Pick the Podium was won by Tim Murray who got all the prizes with Gotta Love It 7, Thurolw Fisher Lawyers and Lumix, and beating Amy Mead to the punch by being first entered.

Tim will receive the www.barzoptics.com Floater Sunnies, the www.slamonline.com.au Cap, T Shirt and Belt and the www.appliancesonline.com.au Bar Fridge. Plus he will go into today's draw with Roger Clout, Tina Babbage, Marilyn Preston, Miklos Ujhelyi-Gaspar, David Bayly, Davey Longworth and today's final heat winner for the www.sailingbits.com Velocitek Pro Start, the Slam Jacket and Caiso G Shock Sport Watch.....we will video the draw.

Tim will also join all our P t P season winners in the draw for the www.bigbrownbox.com.au Flat Screen TV in four weeks.

Can you Pick the Podium? it's fun and free to enter....just logon to www.18footerstv.com register and enter your picks.
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