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The Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) has taken the decision to cancel the Easter Challenge which was due to take place in the Solent between 10-12th April.
"The decision to cancel Antigua Sailing Week is the only viable option."
Conditions were perfect for the day's racing on Sydney Harbour. A warm sunny day with a 10-15 knots North East wind, perfect for the teams to use their big #1 rigs.
Due to the obvious concerns around running any form of event or mass gathering at the moment, Ronstan and Metung Yacht Club have decided to postpone the Sailing to Recovery Regatta indefinitely.
After each team drops the worst placing from the seven races sailed to date, Honda Marine leads former World champions Seve Jarvin, Sam Newton and Scott Babbage, in Winning Group, by just four points.
The top six point scores after five races, without a drop, are: Honda Marine 10, Winning Group 16, Yandoo 36, Shaw & Partners 37, Smeg 39 and Tech2 on 43.
It was a glorious sunny day in Geelong, but the wind was shifting up to 40 degrees and varying by as much as 10 knots in pressure.
This decision is based on the uncertainty and state of world travel and is made in the interest of the health and safety of the competitors, event organisers and the island of Bermuda.
The Organizing Committee announces the cancellation of the 2020 Melges 24 World Championship, that was expected to be held in Charleston, SC, USA on May 1-9, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
There were eight black flags, shared evenly between the Radial Masters and Radial Grand Masters, and when they returned to shore, the sailors were advised that tomorrow will be the last day of the championships,
Families arrived at event hubs for a BBQ in the morning before they stepped onboard a variety of boats, including active and cruising sailing vessels, and motor cruisers.
Once again, Honda Marine came from behind in the SSW wind before racing away to win by 1m46s.
For the first time a woman, Kirsty Salter, won the Tasmanian championship for the Sharpie class.
NCYC ran a thorough selection process over many weeks, using their Elliott fleet, to choose a representative team.
Shaun Lane and Quentin Stewart’s boat out-ran the pack at the class’ 2020 reduced national title on Sydney Harbour, posting a low-scoring 13 points that included five wins from eight starts.