Countdown to Bart's Bash 2015
BIGGER, BETTER AND LOTS MORE BOATS!
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Bass Week 2015 starts on the 1st August, Chris Wright will be sending regular reports on the weeks events, keeping his Wright Report page updated as often as he can so if you want to see what you are missing or keep up to date with the results visit The Wright Report page.
Chris has now posted his first report.
Too windy for racing today up in North Berwick (Monday 03/08/2015) Solo Nationals are taking place at North Berwick, Bernard Clark hot off the ferry from Holland supporting our RS Tera fleet will be putting his own helming skills to the test there in a very competitive fleet (results here). The Enterprise Nationals ended this week with 3 RSC boats taking part so we hope to see a report soon from that event. (results here) (Y&Y event report and final results)
Finally don't forget that the club will be buzzing with a host of things to keep all the family occupied over the August Bank Holiday weekend. (further details here)
Congratulations to all the RSC Team RS Tera Helms who have sailed their World Championship event this week in some conditions that most of us would have taken one look at and stayed ashore.
Tom Storey looked good on day one of the championships and came through to the end the event as World Champion in the sport fleet, very well done Tom. Jamie Rastrick took 7th Place with Ollie Kent a place behind in 8th.
Henry Rastrick in the Pro fleet was only one point away from 3rd place, taking 4th overall after some nail biting finishes.
We will try to bring you a full report and results when they are published.
Tuesday evening 28th July after 6 races:
RSC Helms in the Pro fleet, positions are: Henry 7th, Ana 17th, Maddie 18th
Sport Fleet positions: Jamie 6th, Ollie 7th, Tom 13th, Ellie 36th
Great performances from all of them in some testing conditions.
Check out the short video clip on the RSC Facebook page to see just what the conditions were like
After the worst storms in Europe for decades the RS Tera Worlds got under way with 4 races being sailed on Sunday
Tom Story sailed 4 great races counting 2,1,2,3 to see him in second place after day 1, Jamie Rastrick is 7th, Ollie Kent is 15th with Ellie Clark in 26th from the Sport Fleet whilst in the Pro fleet Henry Rastrick is 7th, Ana Paterson 13th and Maddie Wylie is 20th. Ana sailed a blinding race 4 to take the bullet, very well done all of you.