Belmont Crews win 29er, Flying 11 and Sabot Classes 2016 NSW Youths

Belmont 16ft Sailing Club Crews win 29er, Flying 11 and Sabot Classes, at the 2016 New South Wales Youth Championships.

The 2016 New South Wales Youth Championships have wrapped up for another year with over 300 competitors making the most of conditions on Botany Bay in Sydney.

It was an interesting couple of days of racing with too much wind on the first and loads of breeze on the last day but perfect conditions on the day in-between.

29er Class

Silly Galah skippered by Tom C and crewed by Max P won the 29er class, maintaining a strong lead throughout the regatta. B16ft Sailing club were also represented by Tom S and George R in 9th position in Ray White Marine.

Flying 11 Class

Thomas S and Cameron B in Silly Galah won the Flying 11 Class. From a fleet of 28, all our Belmont 16ft Sailing club sailors finished in the first 18. We had in 6th place Hammertime with Tom D and Luke S, in 7th place we had Holy Smokes with Felix P and James B, in 12th place we had Flying Nemo with Aimee G and Luca D, in 14th place we had Flying Bye with Brin L and Callum M and in 18th place we had Sudden Impact with our always smiling girls, Sarah H and Jacinta A

Laser 4.7 Class

Congratulations to Paige C in Aphrodite in 10th place.

Sabot Class

William Burt took out 1st place in Slippery Little Sucker




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