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Laser Open at Bassenthwaite Sailing Club

by Ian Hall 25 Jun 2018 04:04 PDT 23 June 2018

On Saturday there was a better wind than forecast to greet the fleet of 26 boats including 9 visitors, and with the sun breaking through the clouds from time to time it was a pleasant day.

For a change the general wind direction was fairly steady, though there were some shifts on the water for sailors to contend with. Use of the I flag helped keep the starts clear with just two boats being called back in the first race.

Locals Robin Dawson and Dave Lawson took an early lead and battled it out in race one, but once Dave was through to the lead there was no catching him, and although Tim Keighley of West Riding and Sam Jones of Coniston pressed him hard he reinforced this by winning all three races and the overall trophy.

Overall Results:

PosRigSail NoHelmClubR1R2R3PtsNotes
1stStandard175602David LawsonBassenthwaite SC-1112Grand Master
2ndStandard209911Tim KeighleyWest Riding SC-5325Master
3rdStandard186696Sam JonesConiston SC / SHSC-3235Adult
4thStandard180948Robin DawsonBassenthwaite SC24-56Apprentice Master
5thStandard17Anthony DawsonUllswater YC46-810Apprentice Master
6thStandard121812Joe QuickConiston SC7-8411Adult
7thStandard179729Mathis MenkeBassenthwaite SC65-1011Adult
8thStandard167828Joe RobertsBassenthwaite SC-97613Apprentice Master
9thStandard176743Peter WhippBassenthwaite SC10-11717Great Grand Master
10thStandard1Gareth BeacockConiston SC8-13917Apprentice Master
11thRadial201940Tom BurkeConiston SC-1391221Junior
12thStandard189082Stuart Belfield -14101121Master
13thStandard186333Jonathan DenwoodBassenthwaite SC1212-1624Grand Master
14thStandard127512Colin MayBassenthwaite SC1115(DNC)26Apprentice Master
15thRadial189066Steve JarvisKielder Water SC(DNF)141327Great Grand Master
16thRadial213074Stephen RobertsSouth Windermere SC-16161430Grand Master
17thStandard170202Gary Young 17-181532Adult
18thRadial176459Joseph BleaseBassenthwaite SC1517(DNC)32Junior
19thRadial174909Paul GannonBassenthwaite SC18-191735Grand Master
20thStandard132318Paul ClarkBassenthwaite SC-20201838Apprentice Master
21stStandard172822Nigel LewisBassenthwaite SC19-232039Great Grand Master
22ndStandard176456Jon AnsonBassenthwaite SC21-221940Apprentice Master
23rdStandard147276Toby HubbardKillington Lake2221(DNC)43Apprentice Master
24thStandard125514Bob GateBassenthwaite SC23-242144Great Grand Master
25thStandard102591Peter WinfindaleBassenthwaite SC(DNF)DNCDNC52Grand Master

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