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Australians at the Flying Fifteen World Championship

by Peter Rooke on 14 Jul 2011
Flying 15s (Australian Nationals) Flying 15

Flying Fifteen World Championship will be sailed at Hayling Island, UK from 15th to 18th July 2011.

A strong Australian Team of 21 Flying Fifteens will be contesting the World Championship at Hayling Island in the UK from 15 to 28 July.


The Australian team includes current World Champions and eight times Australian Champions Grant Alderson and Dean McAullay, current Australian Champions Matt Owen and Andrew Reed, past Australian Champions Bill Shand, David Tucker and Ron Packer with their crews’, David Parish, Matt Summers and Peter Mudford.

The Australian team will face strong competition to retain the World Title against a total entry list of 132 yachts from 10 countries including several past World Champions.

Div Sail No. Helm Crew Club State Assn.

Classic AUS2672 John Midolo Gordon Cook South of Perth YC FFI-WA

Open AUS3619 Ronald Packer Peter Mudford Royal Freshwater Bay YC FFI-WA
Open AUS3775 Philippa Packer Goran Alm Royal Freshwater Bay YC FFI-WA
Open AUS3781 David Tucker Matthew Summers Royal Freshwater Bay YC FFI-WA
Open AUS3800 Rupert Leslie Mark Gooding South of Perth YC FFI-WA
Open AUS3833 Peter Burtenshaw Travis Burtenshaw South of Perth YC FFI-WA
Open AUS3855 Peter Rooke Martin Arrowsmith South of Perth YC FFI-WA
Open AUS3861 Brian Carroll Stuart Happ Royal YC of Victoria FFI-V
Open AUS3878 John Wilson Nick Hancock Royal Freshwater Bay YC FFI-WA
Open AUS3881 Adam Hawkins Ben Jones Mornington YC FFI-V
Open AUS3890 William Shand David Parish Gippsland Lakes YC FFI-V
Open AUS3903 Ian Cleaver TBA Royal Highland YC FFI-V
Open AUS3910 Jennifer K Sims Remy Donraadt South of Perth YC FFI-WA
Open AUS3919 Mark Daly Cameron Taylor Daveys Bay YC FFI-V
Open AUS3930 Dale Collings Glenn Scheen Mordialloc SC FFI-V
Open AUS3933 Grant Alderson Dean McAullay Royal Freshwater Bay YC FFI-WA
Open AUS3935 John Hassen Kevin Griffiths South of Perth YC FFI-WA
Open AUS3964 Simon Lucas Aileen Lucas Princess Royal SC FFI-WA
Open AUS3968 Peter Milne David Williamson Sandringham YC / Mordialloc SC FFI-V
Open AUS3983 Alan Carson Michael McCartney Cairn Curran SC FFI-V
Open AUSTBA Matt Owen Andrew Reed Canberra YC FFI-ACT
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