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1st at Poole

Poole was at its best for our event but for the fact the wind was blowing from the NE at 5-10 knots with the odd gust to catch a few out on the run. Occasionally the wind died completely but overall it kept us all on our toes and if you had a bad start there was always the opportunity to catch up.


Being split into 2 fleets there was plenty of time to rest which after the previous days racing was very nice. After 8 races Tony Edwards snd myself had 3 firsts, 2 seconds and a third each. We could only be separated by the lower discard which gave the day to me.




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