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2013 One Design Regattas - North Sails dominates

by David O'Connor on 10 Oct 2013
2013 Melges 24 World Champions Chuck Lantz © http://www.2007ac.com
North Sails Powered Teams have dominated all the major One Design Regattas around the world this year including many world championships. We have seen different winners in a range of different classes with one common theme, North Sails. We wanted to highlight their achievements and incredible results.


Congratulations to our following clients all powered by North Sails latest winning designs.
J24 World Championships
1st Tim Healy

Farr 40 World Championships
1st Alberto Rossi
2nd Kevin McNeil
X35 World Championships
1st Bjorn Osterberg

Melges 24 Europeans
1st Flavio Favini
2nd Martin Trcka
3rd Riccardo Simoneschi
4th Peter Saraskin
5th Matteo Balestrero

Melges 24 Worlds
1st Brian Porter
2nd Flavio Favini
3rd Kim Christensen
4th Bora Gulari
5th Nathan Wilmot

Optimist
NSW Open State Champion

1st Max Paul
VIC Open State Champion
1st James Grogan
QLD Open State Champion
1st Max Quirk
SA Open State Champion
first Alex Higgins

NSW Open First Girl
1st Ashleigh Coles
SA Open First Girl
1st Chelsea Higgins
VIC Open First Girl
1st Ashleigh Coles
QLD Open First Girl
1st Eva Lorenz

Etchells Worlds
1st Marvin Beckmann

With the season well underway and plenty of one design regattas coming up. Make sure you contact your local North Sails loft today to get geared up with our latest winning designs.
When performance counts the choice is clear North Sails gives you the power to perform!


North Sails Sydney Dave O’Connor Email: dave@au.northsails.com Ph:02 9998 8500
North Sails Melbourne Noel Drennan Email: noel@au.northsails.com Ph: 03 9584 9844
North Sails Brisbane Mark Bradford Email: mark@au.northsails.com Ph: 07 3396 5822
North Sails WA Nick Davies Email: nick@northsailswa.com.au ph: 08 9417 9060
North Sails Newcastle Scott Beeby Email: ecmarine@live.com.au ph: 02 4961 1663
North Sails TAS Stewart Grey Email: Stewart@42southmarine.com ph: 03 6278 3162

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