A rather enjoyable blast round the reservoir for the end of series fun race. A quadrilateral with a very shy top reach and a good force 4. The event was light hearted enough that John Smith decided to be kind to the two Lasers who managed to be OCS: lets not mention names! And who was it who managed to slip most of the way out of their boat and be towed along by one foot stuck in a toe strap? Her crew commented (paraphrased) that you get so used to the strange things helms do back there in fantasy land that she hadn''t particularly noticed that anything that out of the ordinary had happened... Apologies, by the way, if I have the two RS200s the wrong way round: the results sheet I have only has sail numbers on and who knows who''s sailing which club boat?
|Place||Class||Sail No||Helm Name||PY||E time||Laps||Cor Time|
|5||RS 200||1265||Julie Harrison||1057||0:35:54||4||0:42:27|
|6||RS 200||1236||Clare James||1057||0:36:05||4||0:42:40|
|7||Canoe International||257||Jim Champ||926||0:39:59||5||0:43:11|
|11||Topaz Xenon||4804||Ian Hamilton||1070||0:43:35||4||0:50:55|