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Laser Open at Bassenthwaite Sailing Club

by Ian Hall 10 Jun 05:52 PDT 8 June 2019
Laser Open at Bassenthwaite © William Carruthers

It was a dull damp day on Saturday at Bassenthwaite but this did not deter 6 visitors joining 6 home boats for the annual Laser open. The wind was generally a pleasant force 2-3 and fortunately, the rain eased after lunch which made racing much more pleasant.

Neil Garrison from Bassenthwaite and Tim Keighley from West Riding shared the spoils in the first two races leaving all to pay for in race 3. In the event Tim won the third race with Peter Whipp from Bassenthwaite in third, leaving Tim the overall winner, Neil second, and Peter third.

Prize giving was then somewhat delayed due to two protests in the Solo open running in parallel.

Overall Results:

PosRigSail_NoHelmClubR1R2R3PtsNotes
1stLaser214942Tim KeighleyWest Riding SC‑2112Master
2ndLaser213583Neil GarrisonBassenthwaite12‑53Great Grand Master
3rdLaser176743Peter WhippBassenthwaite‑5426Great Grand Master
4thLASER RADIAL201940Tom BurkeConiston Sailing Club3‑636Youth
5thLaser180948Al DuncanBassenthwaite‑6369Apprentice
6thLaser186333Jon DenwoodBassenthwaite8‑9412Grand Master
7thLASER RADIAL180381Nicky LeechDRSC410‑1114Master
8thLaser170202Gary YoungN/A‑105914Adult
9thLaser142900Mark JonesSWSC7‑12714Apprentice
10thLASER RADIAL176459Joseph BleaseBassenthwaite‑97815Youth
11thLASER 4.7213074Stephen RobertsWLYC‑1281220Grand Master
12thLaser174909Paul GannonBassenthwaite‑11111021Grand Master

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