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Noble Marine 2022 UK Musto Skiff National Championship at Eastbourne Sovereign Sailing Club Overall

by GBR Musto Skiff Class Association 4 Sep 22:13 PDT 1-4 September 2022

After four days of racing, the 2022 Noble Marine UK Musto Skiff National Championship in Eastbourne concluded with Sam Pascoe retaining the UK National Champion Title and trophy for another year. Joining Sam on the podium was Bruce Keen in 2nd place, and Jono Shelley in 3rd place.

Sam had an excellent Championships, maintaining his lead from day 1 and finishing with a 16-point lead over the former multiple UK National Champion title holder, Bruce Keen.

The most prestigious regatta in the UK Musto Skiff class event calendar took place over 1st – 4th September this year and was hosted by Eastbourne Sovereign Sailing Club, with Noble Marine Insurance as the Title Event Sponsor and Musto sponsoring all prizes as the Class Title Sponsor.

Other sailors finishing in the top 10 included Dan Vincent in 4th, Sam Barker in 5th, Ian Turnbull in 6th, Rob Richardson in 7th, Eddie Bridle in 8th, Danny Boatman in 9th, and Dan Trotter in 10th place.

The first youth to finish was Rob Richardson, who also had a top 10 result, followed by Eddie Bridle in 2nd, and Josh Belben in 3rd.

The Master category saw Dan Vincent taking 1st place (alongside his top 10 place), with Richard Pelley taking 2nd, and Brian Greensmith taking 3rd. The Grand Master category was also hotly contended with Ian Trotter taking 1st place, followed by Richard Smith in 2nd, and Karsten Groth taking 3rd. Karsten was delighted to win a prize, having travelled all the way from The Netherlands with three other Dutch Musto Skiff sailors to participate in the competition.

In the Legend category, Ian Escritt took 1st place, with Stephen Wright taking 2nd. Finally, in the Silver fleet this year, Josh Belben took 1st place, with George Cousins taking 2nd, and Stuart Keegan finishing in 3rd.

The full final day report and photos will follow.

Overall Results:

PosNatSail NoHelm NameClubR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8R9R10R11Pts
1stGBR636Sam PascoeCastle Cove SC114‑181115(BFD)2521
2ndGBR623Bruce KeenStokes Bay SC42RDG‑148441121(DNF)37
3rdGBR566Jono ShelleyLargs SC / Ullswater YC34(DNC)8‑392DGA937352.1
4thGBR622Dan VincentStokes Bay SC7‑251115‑2666116154
5thGBR638Sam BarkerCastle Cove SC8‑159635‑104108861
6thGBR274Ian TurnbullUllswater YC2‑1934117116(DNC)31865
7thGBR549Robert RichardsonRoyal windermere YC10‑2713‑179571613266
8thGBR624Eddie BridleBrightlingsea SC11‑16611411‑172414770
9thGBR628Daniel BoatmanSunderland YC5381120‑383(DNC)69671
10thGBR610Daniel TrotterSYC1465‑3515312‑23941482
11thRSA464Euan HurterPoint YC / Dalgety Bay SC‑18517512‑2321413121393
12thGBR637Bill MaughanSunderland YC127‑19‑2491371951117100
13thGBR618Jamie HiltonDalgety Bay / Wormit Boat Club201016197‑2288715‑21110
14thGBR294Mike MatthewsSunderland YC‑321477161513‑25111911113
15thGBR546Ian TrotterDerwent reservoir SC171215‑292101413‑251620119
16thGBR614Benjamin CleggBrightlingsea SC930‑35205‑36DGA32759125.9
17thGBR627Ben SchoolingStokes Bay SC2218‑2521314‑2515151812129
18thGBR616Dave PostonMedway YC19823(DNC)2520‑32188174142
19thGBR375Joshua BelbenStokes Bay SC1624101219‑25‑4412192519156
20thGBR605George CousinsRestronguet Sc25171816‑41‑271516182215162
21stGBR516Richard PelleyStokes Bay SC1391225618‑42222840(DNC)173
22ndGBR629Brian GreensmithDerwent Reservoir SC151128‑3029‑452017172124182
23rdGBR216Guy RivingtonStokes Bay SC34‑362092317211033‑3826193
24thNED601Paul DijkstraKWS Sneek63226233312342012‑37(DNC)198
25thGBR36Chris WebberPevensey Bay SC332914134835(BFD)3924(DNC)199
26thGBR619Stuart KeeganTynemouth211332‑46223919(BFD)143010200
27thGBR582Paul MolesworthStokes Bay SC282321‑3924‑321826232316202
28thNED478Jelmer KuipersARZV2320292121299(BFD)(BFD)10DNC215
29thGBR483Jon GayFort William‑4139131010‑504124363529237
30thGBR594Richard SmithMedway Yacht Club27‑312228312823‑35312622238
31stGBR90Jamie FreemanBrightlingsea SC2422303236‑4429(BFD)222025240
32ndGBR469Nathan StanierStokes Bay SC/Seafarers SC29262422‑40‑372827372732252
33rdGBR598Ian EscrittRoyal Yorkshire Dales SC373427311824‑3928‑383223254
34thNED484Roelof KuipersARZV40213127423516(BFD)2029(DNC)261
35thGBR535David AnnanGrafham Water SC353733‑38‑44312221353127272
36thGBR608Dylan NobleUllswater YC3633(DNC)17321936(BFD)3236DNF294
37thNED595Karsten GrothWV De Kreupel31(DNC)(DNC)3334303738244328298
38thGBR500Tom ConwayDerwent Reservoir SC(DNC)(DNC)DNC4028163331264231300
39thGBR631Mark CooperBurghfield SC(DNC)(DNC)DNCDNC272624292928DNC322
40thGBR113Ian StoneMaidenhead SC2628(DNC)424540(DNF)362139DNF330
41stGBR620Steve RobsonSYC39(DNC)(DNC)36464826303033DNC341
42ndGBR526Paul AndersonLargs(DNF)38(DNC)435034403334DNC30355
43rdGBR310Tom KyneBrightlingsea SC(DNC)(DNF)343730333839DNFDNCDNC370
44thGBR178John PiattStokes Bay SC(DNF)(DNC)DNC4748464332413433377
45thGBR97James NuttallChew Valley Lake SC(DNC)(DNC)DNC4443474637404134385
46thGBR574Jason RickardsCVLSC(DNC)(DNF)DNC26354131DNCDNCDNCDNC398
47thRSA561Brennan RobinsonRoyal Natal SC(DNC)(DNC)DNCDNC382127BFDDNFDNCDNC404
48thGBR588Andrew WhittleBrightlingsea SC38(DNC)(DNC)34374245BFDDNFDNCDNC408
49thGBR334Robert TrotterDerwent reservoir SC(DNC)(DNC)DNC4549433034DNCDNCDNC413
51stGBR543Stephen WrightStokes Bay SC(DNF)(DNC)DNC4147494740DNFDNFDNC436

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