GSC Junior Sailors Compete at Multiple Events over New Year Period

GSC would like to say a big congratulations to its talented sailors who represented the club over the Christmas/New Year Period. Many sailing classes had national events and many GSC had great performances; a result which comes from their hard training out of GSC this year. Check out where they went, results and the rest of the action through the links and mentions below. Congratulations all.

-2017/18 Gill Optimist Nationals-261 sailors-7 days-Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron, Manly Queensland-Bridget Conrad-31st in Gold Fleet (total 68 boats) Logan Radford-29th Silver Fleet (67 boats) Alex Wyer-7th in Intermediate Fleet Will Rivers-13th Intermediate, Kye Rivers-14th Intermediate Harry Wyer-39th Intermediate (76 Intermediate boats) Elliot Wyer-47th in Green Fleet (48 boats) Link:

-2017 Sabot Nationals-83 sailors-4 fleets-Darling Point Sailing Squadron-Brisbane-QLD- Jacob West-‘Ticonderoga’ 1st in Sabot Week Miles Greenwood/Annaliese Starr 3rd Sabot 2-ups (12 boats)- Link:

-Sail Sydney-23 fleets

-NS14 Nationals-Largs Bay Sailing Club- South Australia- 24 boats-48 sailors-Jess Rivers/Annika Hansen(15th), Will Rivers sailing with Peter Rivers (8th) Mark Murray/ Ryan Watt (19th) Ross Hansen/Stephanie Hansen (2nd). Link:


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