Details of this Winter"s Transition Training can be found on the RYA Website.
Hannah Stodel. who has sailed 29ers since 1999 with one arm, is a member of the Sonar Paralymic team. The team are looking to find some keen sailors to join their training camps and race against them. The camps are funded by the team, as the link explains. Link: https://docs.google.com/a/29ersailing.org.uk/file/d/0B8IYN9iqy5z5UE1DRjIxYVpOOGM/edit?usp=drivesdk
Paul Maxfield is updating the 2006 Grand Prix Series after each meeting. Click title for the latest positions.
A close fought final race gave the 3 race event to Sophie & Andy, by 1 point from Henry & Dicken. For full event results (and Grand Prix series results to date) - see Events/Results page.
Click the link to find out about the The Eric Twiname Memorial Trust who fund a variety of sailing activities and provided us with our support RIB, "ERIC TWINAME XI" Link: https://docs.google.com/a/29ersailing.org.uk/file/d/0B8IYN9iqy5z5TnVITGw4SGlreDA/edit?usp=drivesdk
Having won 7 of the first 10 races, Paul Brotherton & Mari Shepherd romped away to win every race and the last day!
Click the Link to the Worlds Website for NOR etc.We need volunteers at the 29er worlds to help with a number of tasks such as beech masters, results and rescue. I am sure many of you that are racing have relatives that will be there for the week that are just itching to help rather than sit in the WPNSA cafe all week! Perhaps you can let me know ASAP if you or anyone you know can help. Thanks Dave Hall
Local team Phil Walker and Matt Gotrel won the Draycote Grand Prix with Oscar McViegh and John Mather in hot persuit.
This year"s 29r Grand Prix series will be taken from the best 5 of 10 events running from 25/26 March at Rutland through to 11/12 November at Grafham.Click the link for more details.