FED Week - 19th to 23rd August

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Glen Truswell
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FED Week - 19th to 23rd August

Post by Glen Truswell » Sat Jun 22, 2019 12:24 pm

Discounted entry closes in 7 days!

It's an absolute bargain at £50 for the week:

Steve Clarke & myself have just entered, it would be fantastic to have more friends to race with!

Entry List to date:

http://chichesterharbourraceweek.sailevent.net/

Come on boys, lets should the world what these long slender boats are all about.

See You There!

SteveC
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Re: FED Week - 19th to 23rd August

Post by SteveC » Sat Jun 22, 2019 3:33 pm

Good event for August chaps as a nice event after the Euros and just before The Dee SC Open.

5 boats now entered and counting. Book today to avoid disappointment.
Steve Clarke (UK)
GBR338 "Money4Nuffin

andy g
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Re: FED Week - 19th to 23rd August

Post by andy g » Sat Jun 22, 2019 6:14 pm

I have just realised I will be retired by then. so make that six entries
andy Gordon , I/c gbr 347 Flash

Glen Truswell
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Re: FED Week - 19th to 23rd August

Post by Glen Truswell » Sun Jun 23, 2019 12:01 pm

7 Boats now entered!

Absolutely brilliant, Well done gents, lets hope we get the sunshine we missed out on in Plymouth!

perhamh
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Re: FED Week - 19th to 23rd August

Post by perhamh » Sun Jun 23, 2019 7:42 pm

And me.

Perham
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Glen Truswell
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Re: FED Week - 19th to 23rd August

Post by Glen Truswell » Mon Jun 24, 2019 8:00 am

Wow, legends the lot of you...............

This is rapidly turning in to 2019 Nationals - Part 2!

And why not?

Happy Days!

ummmdan1
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Re: FED Week - 19th to 23rd August

Post by ummmdan1 » Wed Jun 26, 2019 10:30 am

Annoyingly I'm booked up for the weekend before and from the Friday that week :( I never have anything planned that far in advance... how did I let this happen....

SteveC
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Re: FED Week - 19th to 23rd August

Post by SteveC » Mon Jul 15, 2019 2:50 pm

I note from the entry list that we are now the biggest fleet with 8 boats :D
Steve Clarke (UK)
GBR338 "Money4Nuffin

SteveC
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Re: FED Week - 19th to 23rd August

Post by SteveC » Fri Aug 23, 2019 6:30 pm

Absolutely stunning week of sailing.

Well done Glen on a convincing win with three wins.

The M3 Amigios sub group did pretty well as well with Andy Gordon winning the final race.

Great social events run by Claire and Christine completed an excellent event. We should aim to get more ICs there next year as we will get our own fleet if we have 10 boats.

See http://chichesterharbourraceweek.sailev ... fault.aspx Fleet 3 for full results.
Steve Clarke (UK)
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Glen Truswell
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Re: FED Week - 19th to 23rd August

Post by Glen Truswell » Sun Aug 25, 2019 3:04 pm

Great week gents, very, very much enjoyed, well done!

HOWEVER, let me tell you.........I have never ever previously been passed (upwind) by ANY canoe travelling as fast as Andy Gordon was on Thursday. (8 to 12 knots of breeze)

I am just saying we probably need to keep an eye on him is all! (GBR347 - For future reference)

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Re: FED Week - 19th to 23rd August

Post by andy g » Sun Aug 25, 2019 5:00 pm

agreed, it really was a great event for the i / c . long beats against a strong tide, reaches and wall to wall sunshine.
the boat felt really good on thursday and friday ,i just hope i can recreate the settings so it was not a "FLASH in the pan".
andy Gordon , I/c gbr 347 Flash

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