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B14 Winter Pursuit and TT Series Prize Giving at Rutland Water SC

by Mark Barnes on 30 Mar 2012
B14 Winter Pursuit 2012 Mark Bloomfield
The TT series 2012 opening event was held at Rutland Water Sailing Club on 24th and 25th March. However, the big event of the weekend was to be the Saturday evening's prize giving at the Whitehorse Pub in Uffingham Morcott. It kicked off nice and early and rocked on till late with some great food and company.

Generous prizes were kindly donated by Advantage Sails, Allen Brothers, Harken UK, Marlow Ropes North One design Europe and Seavolution. The star prize of the series, a DEM rudder went to the team that travelled the most miles, Seavolution 2 (Steve Hollingworth/Chris Murphy – Restronguet SC).

2011 TT Series
1st: The Anthill Mob, Tim Harrison, Johny Radcliffe, Haven Port YC
2nd: Seavolution 1, Mark Barnes, Paul Smith, Whitstable YC
3rd: Dynamic Sails, Dan Hare, Jamie Hare, Stone SC
1st Lady: Harken, Nikki Hadley, Bough Beech SC
Best New Comer: Bodge, Paul Roberts, Rob Taylor, Weston SC

Winter Pursuit Series:

Boat name

No

Helm

Crew

SS

RT

DD

HF

Overall

Seavolution

GBR 88

Mark Barnes

Dan Hare

5

1

1

2

4

Harken

GBR 70

Simon Hadley

Nikki Hadley

12

12

2

3

17

Marlow

GBR 69

Daniel Cowin

Dan Hollands

12

2

3

12

17

Seavolution 2

GBR 89

Steve Hollingworth

Chris Murphy

5

4

12

12

21

Anthill Mob

GBR 58

Tim Harrison

Johny Radcliffe

12

12

12

1

25

Ullman Sails

GBR 72

Mark Watts

Al Storer

12

3

12

12

27

HB & R Consulting

GBR 66

Barry Price

Al Storer

12

12

4

12

28

 

GBR 24

Rob Spraughton

Ed Lows

12

12

12

4

28

Flower Power

GBR 64

Tony Blackmore

Charlotte Jones

5

12

12

12

29

C2

GBR 31

Michael Commander

Andrew Commander

5

12

12

12

29

Asbo

GBR 62

Crispin Taylor

Guy Farell

5

12

12

12

29

Axicom

GBR 61

Mark Emmett

Alan Stewart

12

6

12

12

30


The next TT is being held at Stokes Bay on the 14th and 15th April 2012.
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