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'RS Tera Nationals 2012 at Burnham Sailing Club'    RS Tera

The 2012 Zhik RS Tera National Championships took place over the weekend of 30th June – 1st of July at Burnham Sailing Club. This was no mean feat with two fleets, the Sports and the Pro’s totalling 98 competitors. With outstanding preparation and fore-sight, together with a band of talented and friendly volunteers, everything went without a hitch from launching and recovery to excellent race management in challenging conditions.

Saturday dawned bright and breezy. After a long sail out to the race course set in the mouth of the Roach, the sailors were met with 20 to 25 knots and choppy waters. With four races planned it was going to be a long day on the water.

John Hardy (PRO) ably assisted by Nick Hutton-Penman (Chief Mark layer) wasted no time in getting proceedings underway.

In the Pro’s, James Hutton-Penman dominated with three straight wins. This however, does not tell the full story as behind him, his fellow competitors were swapping places (and war stories) and keeping him honest.

With a 27 knot squall covering the race area, the PRO decided that the battle weary sailors had done enough and sent both fleets back up the river and home.

In the Sports, Sam Doble Thomson stormed out of the blocks winning the first race, with Alex Butler taking the second race. It was Henry Jameson however, who showed his intentions with two seconds and winning the third to take the day.

It wasn’t until later that we learnt that regattas around the country had been cancelled due to too much wind (Including the RS500’s at Stone and classes in The Round the Island Race) which only confirmed how the Tera Class is progressing.

The sailors were re-freshed with a hearty hog-roast and entertained by coaches, parents and fellow competitors belting out songs from well before their era at the Karaoke. It was evident from the lack of football and rugby playing that the legs were sore after an epic first day.

RS Tera Nationals 2012 at Burnham Sailing Club -  RS Tera  

Sunday gave the PRO a slightly different problem. The wind had abated a little (Still 18 knots gusting 22!) and swung. This allowed the racing to be held off the clubhouse, much to the delight of the parents who didn’t have to endure the five mile walk from the day before.

The Pros were again led around the first race by James Hutton-Penman, however, with the bite taken out of the wind, it was clear that he was not going to have it all his own way. To complete the series, five races were planned and James had to ensure consistency to take the title. With race wins from, Tom Johnson, Will Taylor and Flynn Davies, James’s win in race 7 together with never being outside the top two gave him the crown.

The Sports showed how the depth of the fleet had improved with some of the closest racing ever seen. Henry Jameson started where he left off with a win but with all of his closest competitors hot on his heels. Race 5 told of how the Tera is now becoming established in the North and the talent now coming through. Ana Paterson battled throughout to get an impressive race win. However, Henry was still lurking with a third. Race 6 saw yet another race winner in Billy Vennis Ozane. Things were now getting serious and Henry stepped up to the mark and stamped his authority on the fleet with another race win. In the last race of the day, Alex proved his resilience to win and take the runner-up spot ahead of Billy in third.

Other prize winners were Freddie Peters who took the Selden Under 10 trophy and Hayling Island Sailing Club who secured the Champion Club trophy for the first time.

RS Tera website

Overall Results:

Pro Fleet Entries: 41 Races Sailed: 8 Discard: 2

Pos

Sail No

Helm

Club

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

R8

Pts

1

2323

James Hutton - Penman

Burnham SC

1

1

1

1

2

2

1

2

7

2

657

Flynn Davies

Burnham SC

5

7

3

3

5

8

4

1

21

3

1747

Will Taylor

Alton water Sports Ctr

13

8

7

4

8

1

7

3

30

4

2211

Greg Kelly

Isle of Man YC

4

4

6

7

3

9

11

7

31

5

2167

Kathryn Hutton-Penman

Burnham SC

2

10

10

2

4

10

15

4

32

6

11

Chay Taylor

Burnham SC

8

11

5

6

7

7

3

6

34

7

5

Thomas Johnson

Black Water SC / Otters

20

17

14

9

1

4

2

5

35

8

2130

Fiona Mulcahy

Aldeburgh SC

7

9

4

13

14

3

6

DNC

42

9

2125

Rebecca Lewis

RYA

3

12

9

5

9

23

8

11

45

10

2170

Tristan Bracegirdle

CCSS

12

16

2

10

10

12

5

8

47

11

4

Stirling Taylor

Burnham SC

6

3

11

15

11

11

14

10

52

12

2165

Anya Green

Hayling Island SC

21

5

16

8

6

21

13

12

60

13

2169

Luke Bailey

RHS

16

6

8

12

15

20

16

9

66

14

2092

Ffinlo Wright

Isle of Man YC

9

13

21

17

12

16

9

13

72

15

2080

Amie Shute

Isle of Man YC

DNC

2

23

23

16

14

12

16

83

16

1668

Zoe Beyerman

Hayling Island SC

10

15

15

11

17

29

18

17

85

17

3

Arthur Brown

Burnham SC & RBYC

15

19

12

19

23

13

10

18

87

18

1

Lucy Terkelsen

Stone SC / Burnham SC

30

32

26

18

20

6

17

14

101

19

2171

Yann Bracegirdle

CCSC

17

26

DNC

16

19

5

22

25

104

20

2234

Zoe King

Hayling Island SC

14

20

13

20

21

17

29

27

105

21

2012

George Catchpole

Wveney & Oulton

18

18

18

24

26

31

19

15

112

22

1744

Liam Willis

Lymington Town SC

19

21

17

28

24

18

24

19

118

23

2028

Rupert Watkins

Dabchicks

DNC

DNC

DNC

14

13

15

21

20

125

24

2152

Sydney Pettitt

Alton Water SC

25

23

19

22

22

19

20

26

125

25

1461

Robert Green

Dabchicks

23

30

DNC

26

18

25

28

22

142

26

1442

Tai Thomas-Day

Sutton Bingham

26

22

DNC

31

25

22

26

21

142

27

461

Louis Giron

Lymington Town SC & RLYC

11

33

24

33

DNC

32

27

29

156

28

798

Charlotte Bassett

Royal Limington YC

27

27

22

30

30

26

31

24

156

29

1210

Nikolas Koch

 

29

25

DNC

29

29

24

25

28

160

30

1662

Grace Summers

Emsworth SC

24

24

20

21

31

DNC

DNC

DNC

162

31

1550

Jamie Aldridge

Burnham SC

32

31

DNC

27

DNC

28

23

23

164

32

1549

Alistair Scott

Ripon

31

29

DNC

25

27

30

30

DNC

172

33

2

Tom Jayasekara

Burnham SC

28

14

25

DNC

32

DNC

DNC

DNC

183

34

1593

Tony Pitt

Isle of Man YC

22

28

DNC

35

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

211

35

1597

Matthew Petts

Isle of Man YC

DNC

DNC

DNC

32

28

27

DNC

DNC

213

36

2259

Edward Holroyd

Dabchicks

DNC

DNC

DNC

36

33

DNC

DNC

DNC

237

37

2109

Elliott Marshall

 

DNC

DNC

DNC

34

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

244

38

478

Ben Bellchambers

Burnham SC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

252

38

1987

Ronnie Green

Hayling Island SC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

252

38

2074

Eleanor Whittaker

Ripon

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

252

38

2273

Flynn Luxton

Hill Head & Royal Lym

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

252

Sport Fleet - Entries 57. Raced 8, discards 2

Pos

Sail No

Helm

Club

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

R8

Pts

1

2233

Henry Jameson

Hayling Island SC

2

2

1

1

3

5

1

2

9

2

1985

Alex Butler

Hayling Island SC

5

1

3

4

5

10

DNC

1

19

3

2279

Billy Vennis Ozanne

Hill Head SC

8

6

4

3

7

1

3

3

20

4

1984

Rufus Briggs

Hayling Island SC

4

5

16

2

2

17

2

5

20

5

2145

Josh Bakker

Hayling Island SC

7

4

2

12

6

9

4

DSQ

32

6

2201

Sam Doble Thomson

Aldeburgh YC

1

9

19

16

4

8

DNC

7

45

7

2123

Daniel Lewis

RYA

3

3

23

10

8

18

15

6

45

8

147

Ben Batchelor

Isle of Man

23

18

24

15

10

3

9

4

59

9

1880

Robby Boyd

Lymington Town SC

11

11

10

26

9

21

7

11

59

10

2138

Archie Hainsworth

Alton Water SC

19

19

6

8

21

7

10

10

60

11

2104

Tristan Payne

Hayling Island SC

17

10

28

5

22

4

17

9

62

12

2287

Freddie Peters

Hayling Island SC

18

12

8

13

DNC

20

8

8

67

13

2270

Ellen Morley

Burnham SC

12

13

5

31

16

28

11

13

70

14

2025

Jonny Taite

Royal Lymington YC

16

22

9

35

18

12

6

18

79

15

2072

Hannah Tucker

Burnham SC

10

14

31

20

12

2

31

22

80

16

2215

Matthew Caiger

Bewl Valley SC

21

20

7

9

13

33

18

15

82

17

560

Nathanael French

Dabchicks SC

14

7

14

19

15

22

16

24

85

18

2122

Jack Lewis

RYA

13

17

DNC

6

14

25

24

12

86

19

1316

Ana Paterson

Ripon

36

23

21

30

1

6

14

33

95

20

1781

Niamh Davies

Burnham SC

20

27

11

23

32

14

12

17

97

21

745

Ossian Bracegirdle

CCSC

27

21

12

22

23

32

13

32

118

22

1995

Lucy Greenwood

New Hall Sch

28

25

32

7

11

30

30

19

120

23

1881

Charlotte Ormerod

 

31

15

30

18

17

16

DNC

31

127

24

1908

Lainey Terkelsen

Stone SC/Burnham SC

35

35

27

33

36

15

5

14

129

25

1571

Thomas Blake

Netley / HISC

29

32

17

17

33

DNC

19

16

130

26

2070

Dylan Collingbourne

Burnham SC

15

36

13

11

30

38

37

DNC

142

27

2246

Tom Goacher

Royal Lymington YC

26

26

20

44

24

31

26

20

142

28

1199

Ben Hutton- Penman

Burnham SC

22

43

22

21

26

43

28

23

142

29

704

Matt Smith

Alton Water SC

30

16

29

36

20

34

23

27

145

30

1693

Harrison Pye

Draycote Water SC

25

31

33

39

27

11

29

30

153

31

416

Oscar Cubitt

Alton SC

32

29

34

24

25

36

20

25

155

32

2268

Matthew Braybrook

Burnham SC

24

38

DNC

29

DNC

13

25

28

157

33

1649

Freya Grant

Emsworth Slipper SC

34

37

15

27

28

42

21

34

159

34

1638

Harry Jones

 

33

28

25

34

19

26

32

29

159

35

1886

Nathan Lomas

Oxford SC

9

24

DNC

42

37

29

DNC

36

177

36

1950

Abbie Eveleigh

Burnham SC

40

DNC

DNC

41

35

27

22

21

186

37

2089

Alastair Joyce

Ogston SC

37

33

36

DNC

31

19

36

35

190

38

1990

William Orringe

Hayling Island SC

DNC

39

35

46

42

24

27

26

193

39

1948

Maddie Wylie

Ripon SC

DNC

DNC

26

28

29

35

DNC

37

213

40

2164

Arthur Connolly

 

41

34

DNC

40

41

41

34

38

228

41

2371

Rupert Jameson

Hayling Island SC

DNC

DNC

DNC

14

DNC

23

33

DNC

244

42

933

Hamish Beaumont

 

6

8

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

246

43

2161

Griff Davies

Burnham SC

DNC

40

DNC

25

34

37

DNC

DNC

252

44

1556

Joshua Green

Dabchicks SC

DNC

30

18

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

280

45

2261

James Oakley

Middlenene

38

42

DNC

45

40

DNC

DNC

DNC

281

46

1669

Sophie Johnson

Black water SC/ Otters

DNC

DNC

DNC

32

38

40

DNC

DNC

284

47

2115

Eleanor Clark

Ripon SC

DNC

41

DNC

DNC

DNC

39

38

DNC

292

48

2107

Hamish Morley

Hayling Island SC

39

DNC

DNC

37

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

308

49

1221

 

 

DNC

DNC

DNC

38

43

DNC

DNC

DNC

313

50

2269

Joshua Bellchambers

Burnham SC

DNC

DNC

DNC

43

39

DNC

DNC

DNC

314

51

1222

Shaun Kerrigan

Arun Yacht Club

42

44

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

318

52

1993

Tom Storey

Ripon

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

35

DNF

325

53

8

Cody Griggs

Royal Torbay YC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

348

53

676

Tristan Richardson

Ardleigh SC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

348

53

2313

Joshua Boniface

Hayling Island SC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

348

53

2340

Jessica Knight

Hayling Island SC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

348

53

9898

Joshua Bellchambers

Burnham SC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

348


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Volvo Ocean Race sailors set out again for the open seas on Wednesday with no piracy activity on their radar, but the threat of cyclones ahead on Leg 2 from Cape Town to Abu Dhabi. Sailing conditions in Cape Town look challenging for the 1800 start (local time)/1600 UTC, with plenty of wind, but flat seas forecast. ... [more]  

On the opening day of the Airwaves Noumea PWA Dream Cup, which is the final event on the 2014 PWA World Tour, the competitors registered for the upcoming six days of contest, which will see fifty-seven men and twelve women battling it out over Noumea’s pristine waters. ... [more]  

There are 11 days to go until a highly competitive fleet competes in the inaugural RORC Transatlantic Race from Lanzarote to Grenada. The race across the Atlantic will be a very different experience for the crews from 12 different nations taking part. ... [more]  

The Volvo Ocean Race restarts from Cape Town on Wednesday local time. Here is the full replay of the Media Conference with all seven skippers on stage, talking of the prospect of a tropical cyclone, the nuances of this Leg - which won't see the boats hopping on a ship to avoid pirates, and the other challenges facing the crews and their teams. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race - Team Vestas Wind ready to race by Brian Carlin, Team Vestas Wind
It’s the day before departure for Leg 2 of the Volvo Ocean Race and we are much better prepared than the Leg 1 start in Alicante. We all have our small list of jobs to complete today but all being well; we will be out of the team base mid afternoon to take some personal time. ... [more]  

Young sailors in Abu Dhabi made sure to practice their ‘Go Azzam!’ cheers this week as Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing (ADOR) – the emirate’s entrant in the Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15 - prepared for the next leg of the round-the-world yacht challenge – the race from South Africa to the UAE capital. ... [more]  

18fters: Getting through the 'Death Zone' in a 35kt breeze *Feature
Volvo Ocean Race: Sam Davies speaks openly about the first leg *Feature
ISAF Sailing World Cup Final: Exciting 49er and 49erFX action expected
America's Cup: Significant changes made to Protocol, but issues remain *Feature
2014 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race - the 70th
Stoke Beer 18ft Skiff Auckland Champs: Knight Frank lead after 5 races
ISAF Sailing World Cup Final - RS:X elite Abu Dhabi bound
120 boat start line for Tasar Worlds in Busselton
Melges 24 U.S. Nationals - Full Throttle team grabs their sixth title
RC44 Oman Cup - Grand final showdown on the horizon
Visit Doyle Sails New Zealand at METS 2014
Top Kiwi Finn sailor debuts in the 2014 Star Sailors League Finals
2014 Butler Cup - Shane Young wins match race regatta
Adventures of a Sailor Girl: News and interviews from Nov 16 show *Feature
2014 Melges 24 U.S. National Championship - Moon wind
Australian 18ft Skiffs: 40kt winds cancel race but Witt sails + Video
2014 Melges 24 US National Championship - Day 2 images by Joy Dunigan
Volvo Ocean Race: Abu Dhabi are the Kings of Cape Town
Volvo Ocean Race: In Port races do count *Feature
Volvo Ocean Race: Abu Dhabi rules in Cape Town In Port Race
Volvo Ocean Race - Tricky In-Port Race for Team Alvimedica   
Volvo Ocean Race - Team SCA third in Cape Town In-Port Race   
A Sailor's Dream Home in the beautiful Bay of Islands - Auction 22 Nov   
Volvo Ocean Race: Cape Town In Port Race video and Media Conference *Feature   
2014 Brazilian Championship - Day 2   
2014 U.S. Melges 24 National Championship - Long haul   
2014 - 15 Volvo Ocean Race - The thinking trio   
US Sailing Team to celebrate Clearwater Training Center   
Moth Worlds 2015: Sliced bread, sheep stations, awe and reverence *Feature   
Volvo Ocean race: Images from the Practice racing in Cape Town *Feature   
Volvo Ocean Race - Lindsay Dibowitz sails on board Team Alvimedica   
Volvo Ocean Race: Big breeze for Practice Racing in Cape Town *Feature   
Volvo Ocean Race - All-clear from piracy threat   
Volvo Ocean Race - Team SCA confirms Leg 2 crew   
ISAF Sailing World Cup Final - Laser and Laser Radial sailors all set   
Star Sailors League Finals - France to be represented   
67th Turkey Day Regatta - ABYC dishes up another special regatta   
Dual Olympian Krystal Weir announces retirement from Olympic Sailing   
Volvo Ocean Race: Sibling rivalry, Greenhalghs prepare to race   
Star Sailors League Finals - Kljakovic Gaspic and Sitic to race   


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