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Tasar World Championship at Hayling Island Sailing Club - Day 6

by Nikki Eaves 3 Aug 2019 13:38 PDT 29 July - 3 August 2019

It's the final day of racing and two races were scheduled to make it up to 12 in total for the World Championship. Weather gods decided not to bathe Hayling Bay in sunshine, instead it was overcast with an easterly breeze.

Race Officer, Mark Wood was keen to get them away on time. Once all the Tasars were out in Hayling Bay and due to start at 12:05 BST the wind decided to shift causing a 10-minute postponement. Race 11 got under way at 12:15 BST and with no one misbehaving the committee boat gave the call "all clear" Leaders at the windward mark were Aussie's AUS 2942 James and Tara Burman, followed by GBR 2629 Rick and Sarah Perkins in second and GER 2972 Stephen Heim and Susanne Schwickert in third.

AUS 2942 James and Tara Burman with a near 2 min lead over championship leaders AUS 2848 Rob and Nicole Douglass were again first round the leeward mark and stayed at the front for the rest of the race making Race 11 results, first AUS 2942 James & Tara Burman, second GBR 2629 Rick & Sarah Perkins and third AUS 2848 Rob & Nicole Douglass.

With a third in Race 11 AUS 2848 Rob Douglass and Nicole Douglass and a seventh for championship rival GBR 2877 James Peters and Charlie Darling the Douglasses had the title in the bag with a race to spare and chose to sit out Race 12 and gives them a 3rd World Championship title.

Race 12 started at 13:41 BST, again with an "all clear". First round the mark this time was Hayling Island Sailing Clubs female duo Judith Massey and Sophie Mackley and saw them lead all the way round and win the last race of the day and the last race in the 2019 Championship. A very smiley Judith Massey in the boat park said "A goal of mine was to win a race in a championship, in 2008 I came close in a Merlin, but this tops it - winning a race in a World Championship! It was quite stressful, Sophie did a great job, we were just defending all race. We had rubbish air to start with but just by the first mark it cleaned up and we were off."

Final race results of the day went to GBR 2515 Judith Massey and Sophie Mackley, second AUS 2942 James and Tara Burman and third GBR 2877 James Peters and Charlie Darling.

With a second for James and Tara, and a third for James and Charlie in Race 12 the overall Championship results are as follows...

Overall Results:

PosNatSail NoHelmCrewClubCategoryR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8R9R10R11R12Pts
1stAUS2848Rob DouglassNicole DouglassJervis Bay SCmaster1222(DNF)223323(DNC)22
2ndAUS2942James BurmanTara BurmanGRSCstandard‑7611(DNF)335211225
3rdGBR2877James PetersCharlie DarlingHayling Island SCstandard4‑533511144‑7329
4thAUS2813Rick LongbottomDarryl BentleyRANSAgrand816615‑17713‑16846
5thUSA2398Michael KarasMolly JacksonSeattle YCstandard2‑10446664‑21791058
6thAUS2831Paul RidgwayBronwyn RidgwayLeigh and Lowton SCsuper375(BFD)37‑31106551566
7thAUS2925Hugh TaitAnna TaitNorthbridgestandard‑1712‑165944610104973
8thAUS2857Craig McPheeGillian BerryClayton Bay Boat Clubgrand5497415‑2527914‑2276
9thUSA2916Jay RenehanLisaSeattle YCgrand1438(BFD)8111116‑24116492
10thAUS2969Heather MacfarlaneChris PayneSandringham YCsuper98111013891486‑20‑2396
11thAUS2911Peter DaviesPia Lehtonen‑DaviesGRSC/BSCgrand111715911‑3210‑221419116123
12thNED2876Willem SchutteLuna SchutteZV Noord AAstandard61110201897132215‑44‑39131
13thAUS2964Gary RatcliffeRobyn RatcliffeGeorge’s River SCgrand18912871228‑31‑30131819144
14thAUS2922Lloyd LissimanSkip LissimanRPYCsuper22157(BFD)2161592514‑2624149
15thGBR2815David SayceFiona SayceHayling Island SCsuper10271414‑31145(UFD)1725817151
16thGBR2515Judith MasseySophie MackleyHayling Island SCgrand163040(DNF)(DNC)251481923121188
17thUSA2691Chris LanzingerMolly LanzingerSeattle YCgrand19262419(DNC)1021122317‑3020191
18thJPN2768Satoshi KamiSaori KamiHMYCmaster152317‑40222419‑2911292214196
19thGER2972Stephan HeimSusanne SchwickertPaderborner YCgrand1320‑3226252083016‑431327198
20thGBR735Richard MarsdenEmma TomanHayling Island SCmaster261623RDG1628‑36249836‑43202
21stAUS2953Ben WalkerCath WalkerBSCmaster30312516191318‑32132224‑33211
22ndGBR175Ian SwannGraham WilliamsonHayling Island SCstandard232813(BFD)12411319‑44201535219
23rdGBR2909Rupert StockStephanie StockR.Lym.Y.Cstandard251330271429162015(DNF)34‑50223
24thGBR2629Rick PerkinsSarah PerkinsWhitstable YCmaster‑372929332331‑41112918232237
25thGBR2802John ReesMari SherpherdHayling Island SCmaster‑432536151023(BFD)1731214316237
26thGBR2635Rob WilderConstantin GerberHayling Island SCstandard2818222526‑3324‑452632325238
27thJPN2960Joji MotoyoshiYuri JinnaiENOSHIMAgrand214643(DNC)(DNC)21202612241711241
28thNED298Constantijn UdoJan Kellermann SlotemakerWSV de Putsuper‑521926242843‑51285282321245
29thGBR2646Steve MitchellPolly NewmanPorthpeansuper422133(DNC)(DNC)2712153627457265
30thGBR351Alex ButlerTony ButlerHayling Island SCstandard‑38341829(DNC)26263518342126267
31stAUS2763John BalassHeather FortonBalmoral SCstandard4114441724192218‑4831‑4642272
32ndGBR2154Jim TaylorJan TaylorHastings & St Leonards SCstandard2933‑4221(DNF)22323332333312280
33rdAUS2724Geoff PottsChristine PottsWallaroo SCgrand39242012(DNC)35‑562138363829292
34thGBR2921Christopher SallisMatt FraryGYGSCgrand32(BFD)1913(DNC)30BFD2327122945298
35thJPN2705Yasuhira UedaKaito UedaAshiya Fleetgrand314139(DNC)(DNC)40452720371013303
36thAUS2339Ashley GabrielsonEmma KetleyMounts bay SCstandard203228(DNC)2136293437(DNC)2740304
37thAUS2818Ken WallerCj WallerGeographe Bay YCsuper3440342217383042‑58‑531951327
38thGBR2933Rod PorteousMo PorteousHayling Island SCsuper‑5122381815‑53404139304946338
39thGBR2816Neil SpacagnaSteve EusticeBabbacombe Corinthian SCsuper36352731(DNC)4253384326‑5618349
40thGBR2835Simon ChildsKate GreerHayling Island SCmaster48382111303746(DNC)4516(DNF)DNF360
41stGBR742Patrick SeylerSarah DesjonqeresPorthpeanmaster534251(DNC)(DNC)17372542422825362
42ndGBR2801Keith WalkerAlex MorganHayling Island SCgrand44534723204539‑5835(DNF)3537378
43rdAUS2913Kym WiddowsKevin BennettSomerton YCsuper35(DNF)41(DNF)DNC18354828355130389
44thGER1220Max KroehnFabian PerlBoots‑ Sportverein Achim‑Thedinghausenstandard‑6151(DNF)423250233756452528389
45thGBR1264Mike PartidgeClaire DavisHayling Island SCgrand40433136(DNC)48433940‑504038398
46thGBR2631Gwen SargentMatt SargentArmy Sailing Associationjunior27363538(DNC)(BFD)473641444257403
47thGBR1189Simon HorsfieldKatie BurridgeArmy Sailing Associationstandard33444828275427525451(DNC)(DNC)418
48thGBR2932Tessa LancasterNick LancasterHayling Island SCsuper47494532(DNC)3950403448‑5236420
49thGBR2522Ian ButterworthSue ButterworthMilton Keynesgrand‑65505943(DNC)46345946393734447
50thAUS2769Tony CreakJulie CreakRoyal Geelong YCsuper463755(DNF)(DNC)34384653404853450
51stUSA2687Luke JohnsonBrian JohnsonNATAjunior244750(DNF)(DNC)57335133605054459
52ndGBR2803Colin TaitMandy TaitLoch Earn SCgrand50‑585835(DNC)47525349414152478
53rdGBR2633Zanna GoochLiz NorthWhitstablestandard575456(DNF)(DNC)44445659543131486
54thGBR2935Elizabeth PescodRoger PescodQueen Mary SCsuper585746(DNC)(DNC)49544350475741502
55thGBR2875Jonathan BloicePhilippa BloiceWHITSTABLEgrand‑6656543733595954‑62465848504
56thAUS2734Malcolm HandelJennifer SorensenNorthbridge SCsuper494549(DNF)(DNC)61554947386058511
57thGBR2833Gregory SwiftJanet SwiftHayling Island SCsuper545560(DNF)(DNC)56484452495349520
58thJPN2959Mahoro SekiguchiRyo UematsuHayama Marina YCmaster12393734(DNF)(DNC)DNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC530
59thGBR2974Benedict WhybrowJon SummersClevedon SCgrand565252(BFD)(DNF)52585051525559537
60thGBR1294Josh CrispChris BrownArmy Sailing Associationstandard62(BFD)(DNF)39DNC55495757554756545
61stJPN2396Haruyuki YamamotoAtsushi InoueDe La Mancha YC Hayamagrand45(DNF)(DNC)DNCDNF58BFD4755583947553
62ndGBR2832Colin CoardStuart CoxPevensey bay SCgrand5548533029(DNC)(DNC)DNCDNCDNCDNCDNC555
63rdAUS2061Philip BlaxillClare BlaxillRoyal Perth YCgrand606063(DNC)(DNC)51425561596144556
64thGBR2513Andrew YatesEdward MaggsOlton Mere SCgrand‑64616244(DNC)60576060565460574
65thIRL2834Edmund CrossJohn BennettSheffield Viking SCstandard‑63596141(DNF)62606163575955578
66thGBR2502David MoseleyChris EvansBlithfieldmaster676364(DNC)(DNC)63616264616261628
67thGBR2640John LawtonAndrew ProbertBABBACOMBE CORINTHIAN SCgrand596257(DNF)(DNC)DNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC654

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