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JJ Giltinan Trophy: Gotta Love It 7 on target for another series win

'Gotta Love It 7 wins again - JJ Giltinan Championship 2014'    Australian 18 Footers League ©

Seve Jarvin moved a step closer to equaling the legendry Iain Murray’s record when he steered Gotta Love It 7 to victory in today’s Race 5 of the 2014 JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff Championship, sponsored by Sydney City Marine, on Sydney Harbour.

Iain Murray won six championships between 1977 and 1982, inclusive, and Jarvin is set to equal that achievement as a skipper if Gotta Love It 7 can close out this regatta on the weekend.

Tight racing between Original Chia and Pure Blonde on the first spinnaker run - JJ Giltinan Championship 2014 -  Australian 18 Footers League ©  

The superb crew work of Jarvin, Sam Newton, and Scott Babbage was on show again today as the trio gave another faultless exhibition.

Once again the team had to come from behind in the early stages of the race before going on to score a 121 sec win from Appliancesonline.com.au (Micah Lane, Paul Montague, Tom Anderson), with De’Longhi-Rabbitohs (Simon Nearn, Kieryn Cowan, Keagan York) a further12 seconds back in third place.

While the Gotta Love It 7 victory was comprehensive, the race for the next six placings was separated by only 30 seconds.

The leaders on the second run to obelisk - JJ Giltinan Championship 2014 -  Australian 18 Footers League ©  

Yamaha (David McDiarmid, NZ) finished fourth, followed by Thurlow Fisher Lawyers (Michael Coxon), Asko Appliances (Marcus Ashley-Jones), and Mojo Wine (Chris Nicholson).

Following today’s race, Gotta Love It 7 leads the regatta on 16 points, followed by Thurlow Fisher Lawyers on 22, C-Tech (Alex Vallings, NZ) on 31, Mojo Wine 33, Coopers 62-Rag and Famish Hotel (Jack Macartney) 39 and The Kitchen Maker (Will Phillips) on 48.

Today’s race was sailed in a moderate south wind with most teams electing to go with their smaller 2 rigs.

Appliancesonline.com.au led Gotta Love It 7 narrowly at the windward mark, but a great ride on the long spinnaker run from Clarke Island to Obelisk saw De’Longhi-Rabbitohs take over from Mojo Wine, Asko Appliances, Gotta Love It 7, Yamaha, Appliancesonline.com.au, and Sydney City Marine (David Witt).

Mojo Wine and Gotta Love It 7 applied the pressure on the work back into Rose Bay but De’Longhi-Rabbitohs’ crew were up to the task and retained a narrow lead.

Brisbane 18footers and germany’s magic marine - JJ Giltinan Championship 2014 -  Australian 18 Footers League ©  

De’Longhi-Rabbitohs retained the lead on the next spinnaker run back to the bottom mark before Gotta Love It 7 took over on the beat back to Clarke Island.

As the spinnakers were set for the final spinnaker run, Gotta Love It 7 had increased the lead to 1 minute 10 seconds over De’Longhi-Rabbitohs, with Mojo Wine, and Appliancesonline only a few seconds back.

In the fading breeze on the work home there was little between the six teams which filled the placings behind the winners.

Race six of the championship will be sailed on Saturday, 8 March at 4p.m. and Race seven on Sunday 9 March at 3p.m.

C-Tech is the leading international competitor - JJ Giltinan Championship 2014 -  Australian 18 Footers League ©  


De’Longhi-Rabbitohs led for half the race - JJ Giltinan Championship 2014 -  Australian 18 Footers League ©  


Sydney City Marine and Thurlow Fisher Lawyers - JJ Giltinan Championship 2014 -  Australian 18 Footers League ©  


Appliancesonline holds a narrow lead at the windward mark - JJ Giltinan Championship 2014 -  Australian 18 Footers League ©  


UK’s haier appliances and her big 1 rig - JJ Giltinan Championship 2014 -  Australian 18 Footers League ©  



Australian 18 Footers League

Results and Race Officers Report

 

Name of Race: J.J.Giltinan 2014 - Heat 5                 Entrants:         34              Date: 6-Mar-14

presented by Sydney City Marine

Course:                             4                                  Wind: S 6-17               Tide: Ebb             

 


Race Start Time: 15:20:00                                           Race Finish Time : 16:39:03                                         

Non Starters: 1           Non Finishers: 0


Race Officer: Garry Linacre 

Finish

Placings

 

Recall #

 

Boat Name

Finish

Time

Elapsed

Time

 

Handicap

Corrected

Time

Handicap

Position

1

1

Gotta Love It 7

16:39:03

1:19:03

0

1:19:03

8

2

16

Appliancesonline.Com.Au

16:41:04

1:21:04

3

1:18:04

4

3

22

De’longhi-Rabbitohs

16:41:16

1:21:16

10

1:11:16

1

4

8

Yamaha

16:41:21

1:21:21

2

1:19:21

9

5

2

Thurlow Fisher Lawyers

16:41:31

1:21:31

1

1:20:31

11

6

10

Asko Appliances

16:41:40

1:21:40

4

1:17:40

3

7

3

Mojo

16:41:31

1:21:31

1

1:20:31

12

8

6

Sydney City Marine

16:42:38

1:22:38

4

1:18:38

6

9

4

C-Tech

16:44:07

1:24:07

1

1:23:07

20

10

23

Pure Blonde

16:44:44

1:24:44

8

1:16:44

2

11

5

Coopers 62-Rag and Famish Hotel

16:44:50

1:24:50

3

1:21:50

17

12

7

Smeg

16:45:11

1:25:11

1

1:24:11

25

13

15

Yandoo

16:45:19

1:25:19

7

1:18:19

5

14

13

Cst Composites

16:45:41

1:25:41

7

1:18:41

7

15

17

Haier Appliances

16:46:08

1:26:08

4

1:22:08

18

16

19

The Kitchen Maker

16:46:13

1:26:13

3

1:23:13

21

17

9

Fisher & Paykel

16:46:27

1:26:27

3

1:23:27

22

18

12

Pica

16:46:39

1:26:39

3

1:23:39

23

19

20

Knight Frank

16:47:41

1:27:41

7

1:20:41

13

20

18

Rabbitohs-Kenwood

16:48:16

1:28:16

7

1:21:16

16

21

25

Maersk Line

16:48:53

1:28:53

9

1:19:53

10

22

30

Pb Towage

16:48:55

1:28:55

8

1:20:55

14

23

26

Hyde Sails

16:51:06

1:31:06

10

1:21:06

15

24

27

Magic Marine

16:52:24

1:32:24

10

1:22:24

19

25

31

Viagogo

16:53:56

1:33:56

10

1:23:56

24

26

33

Brisbane 18 Footers

16:55:01

1:35:01

10

1:25:01

26

27

29

Eurolink

16:56:00

1:36:00

10

1:26:00

27

28

21

Original Chia

16:56:08

1:36:08

10

1:26:08

28

29

28

Compassforex.Com.Au

16:58:56

1:38:56

10

1:28:56

29

30

34

Ct Sailbattens

17:01:45

1:41:45

10

1:31:45

30

31

24

Black Dog

17:02:57

1:42:57

10

1:32:57

31

32

32

Ilve

17:06:42

1:46:42

10

1:36:42

32

33

 

 

 

 

 

 

33

34

 

 

 

 

 

 

34

Non Starters

Non Finishers

LUMIX BFD

Winning Appliances DNF

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lumix BDS

 

 

 Sailing Time: 1:19:03
Fastest Time: GOTTA LOVE IT 7

Margins: 1st - 2nd  0:02:01

2nd - 3rd  0:00:12


 

 
















 






JJ Giltinan Trophy-18Ft Skiff Championships 2014 proudly presented by Sydney City Marine                                                                                                                                                              

Regatta Point Score                                                                                                                                                         

                                                                                                                                                                                                  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0 Highest

 

Name

Nation

Crew

H1

H2

H3

H4

H5

H6

H7

Total

Dropped

POS

Gotta Love It 7

AUS

Seve Jarvin, Sam Newton, Scott Babbage

1

1

12

1

1

0

0

16

16

1

Thurlow Fisher Lawyers

AUS

Michael Coxon, Dave O’Connor, Trent Barnabas

2

3

4

8

5

0

0

22

22

2

C-Tech

NZ

Alex Vallings, Chris Kitchen, Joshua McCormack

12

5

1

4

9

0

0

31

31

3

Mojo Wine

AUS

Chris Nicholson, Mike McKensey, Ricky Bridge

6

12

6

2

7

0

0

33

33

4

Coopers 62-Rag and Famish Hotel

AUS

Jack Macartney, Mark Kennedy, Peter Harris

8

4

7

9

11

0

0

39

39

5

The Kitchen Maker

AUS

Malcolm Page, Darren McKavanagh, Cameron McDonald

13

2

5

12

16

0

0

48

48

6

Lumix

AUS

Jonathan Whitty, James Hozack, Aron Everett

14

8

3

10

35

0

0

70

70

7

Yamaha

NZ

David McDiarmid, Andrew Archibald, Mark Overington

7

26

2

5

4

0

0

44

44

8

Smeg

AUS

Nick Press, Dan Phillips, Dave Ewings

21

9

14

3

12

0

0

59

59

9

Pica

UK

Jamie Mears, Stewart Mears,Matt Searle

15

7

8

21

18

0

0

69

69

10

Sydney City Marine

AUS

David Witt, Tom Clout, Matt Wark

9

13

16

16

8

0

0

62

62

11

Appliancesonline.Com.Au

AUS

Micah Lane, Paul Montague, Tom Anderson

4

29

15

6

2

0

0

56

56

12

Asko Appliances

AUS

MarcusAshley-Jones,James Dorron,Jeronimo Harrison

3

15

9

28

6

0

0

61

61

13

Haier Appliances

UK

Rick Peacock, Tristan Hutt, Nick Murray

5

6

35

15

15

0

0

76

76

14

Knight Frank

NZ

Riley Dean, Matt Coutts, John Little

31

10

11

13

19

0

0

84

84

15

Fisher & Paykel

AUS

Grant Rollerson,Peter Nicholson,Geoff Bauchop

10

21

35

7

17

0

0

90

90

16

Yandoo

AUS

John Winning, Andrew Hay, Jim Beck

16

24

18

17

13

0

0

88

88

17

Rabbitohs-Kenwood

AUS

Brett Van Munster, Joel Castle, Kurt Fatouris

18

27

20

11

20

0

0

96

96

18

Pure Blonde

AUS

Nick Daly, John Walton, James Smithers

19

14

10

35

10

0

0

88

88

19

Cst Composites

USA

Howie Hamlin, Mike Martin, Nick Catley

11

19

35

14

14

0

0

93

93

20

Winning Appliances

AUS

Shane Smith, Shane Dickson, Jake Restall

23

11

26

20

35

0

0

115

115

21

Maersk Line

NZ

Graham Catley, Matt Randell, Brad Collins

22

22

19

19

21

0

0

103

103

22

De’longhi-Rabbitohs

AUS

Simon Nearn, Kieryn Cowan, Keagan York

17

17

22

29

3

0

0

88

88

23

Pb Towage

AUS

Josh Franklin, Tristan Hamilton, Barry Flanagan

20

23

24

18

22

0

0

107

107

24

Viagogo

AUS

Alexandra South, Locky Pryer, James Slee

25

16

25

25

25

0

0

116

116

25

Black Dog

UK

Jarrod Simpson, Daniel Nixon, John Sweeny

24

20

27

24

31

0

0

126

126

26

Magic Marine

GER

Norbetr Peter, Finn Mrugalla, Eike Dietrich

30

18

28

22

24

0

0

122

122

27

Hyde Sails

UK

Jack Grogan, Sam Caslin, Michael Banks

27

25

13

35

23

0

0

123

123

28

Ct Sailbattens

USA

Skip McCormack, Jody McCormack, Joe Penrod

32

33

17

27

30

0

0

139

139

29

Brisbane 18 Footers

AUS

Laurie Williamson, Daniel Smith, Nathan Smittmann

28

31

29

23

26

0

0

137

137

30

Ilve

AUS

Oliver Hartas, Josh Marks, Tim Lake

35

28

21

31

32

0

0

147

147

31

Original Chia

DEN

Flemming Clausen, Soren Clausen, Kez Cameron

29

32

23

35

28

0

0

147

147

32

Compassforex.Com.Au

AUS

Pedro Vozone, Jakub Jankowski, Daniel Watson

33

30

31

26

29

0

0

149

149

33

Eurolink

GER

Friedrich Renner, Christian Meissner, Thomas Eggersdorfer

26

34

30

30

27

0

0

147

147

34

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