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111) Event News: Winter 2013 Series - End of Series Report
(Article Published: 2nd April 2014 at 09:44 am)

The new Winter Traveller Dewhirst Cup (in memory of our chairman, Nick Dewhirst, who sadly died last year) went to Paul Grattage from Thomas Sandal in second and Stuart Snell in third place. more..

112) Committee News: Sprint 15 PY Numbers for 2014 (Article Published: 1st April 2014 at 14:09 pm)

Following the 2014 RYA revision to the Sprint 15 PN to 933 your Committee has unanimously decided to use 897 for the Sport mode handicap in all the Class Association events. more..

113) Event News: TT at Grafham Water Sailing Club - Race Report
(Article Published: 26th March 2014 at 10:44 am)

No Snow this year. Last year Graham had to cancel the Sprint 15 Winter Traveller as the Country had a thick layer of snow and travelling was not advised. This year we got a glorious sunny day. The temperature rose to 17 degrees Centigrade and a steady Westerly wind blew at 15 knots gusting to 20 knots. more..

114) Event News: TT at Datchet Sailing Club - Event Infomation has been updated
(Article Published: 31st January 2014 at 09:37 am)

This events information has been updated with new information, please read. The Notice Of Race has been added to this event. more..

115) Event News: TT at Draycote Water Sailing Club - Race Report
(Article Published: 13th January 2014 at 10:39 am)

Record Turnout for Draycote Water Winter TT. 11 Sprint 15ís from Draycote combined with 15 Travellers produced a record turnout of 26 boats for the Draycote Water Sprint 15 winter TT. more..

116) Event News: TT at Oxford Sailing Club - Race Report
(Article Published: 3rd January 2014 at 15:11 pm)

A great turnout of travellers joined the 2 local boats for a total of 23 entered in the first event to be held at Oxford Sailing Club based at Farmoor Reservoir. The forecast during the week ranged from 20 knots to 2 knots but on the day a fairly sailable force 2-3 stayed around long enough for the now familiar 2 races to take place.


117) General News: Presenting Sissy Dewhirst with Phil Breeze's cartoon of Nick (Article Published: 18th November 2013 at 11:44 am)

Competitors at the recent Grafham TT were joined by Sissy Dewhirst and son, Benny who came to say “Hello” and watch the racing. Following Nick’s death, Sissy asked if there were any copies of Phil’s superb cartoons featuring Nick. It is a well known fact that Nick did indeed feature in many, both as a starring role and many cameo appearances, much to his great delight.


118) Event News: TT at Stewartby Water Sports Club - Race Report
(Article Published: 13th November 2013 at 10:50 am)

Eight boats from the Stewartby fleet were joined by 16 visitors for the first event in the Sprint 15 Winter TT series. The weather forecast was for a stiff breeze rising through the day. Utilising the whole of the 220 acre lake, the race officer laid a large Trapezoid course and kicked off the first race bang on time!


119) Event News: Windsport Catparts Summer 2013 Series - End of Series Report
(Article Published: 4th November 2013 at 11:41 am)

The Windsport Catparts Traveller Series for 2013 was concluded at Grafham on 26/27 October with our biggest traveller attendance (40) for more than 5 years which added to another big attendance of 37 at Thorpe Bay a few months earlier shows this cat class retains it’s popularity.


120) Event News: Windsport Catparts TT at Grafham Water Sailing Club - Race Report
(Article Published: 29th October 2013 at 14:12 pm)

It was with some trepidation that the Sprint 15s gathered at Grafham on the weekend of 26/27 October for the Inland Championships and the last of the Summer Traveller series. The forecast was for strong winds leading up to an 80mph storm (St Jude) on Sunday night. Never the less an impressive 40 Sprint 15 sailors signed up for an exciting weekends sailing. The forecast on Saturday (18mph SW winds with gusts up to 30mph) looked sailable so Grafham played their trump card which was to bring one of the Sunday races forward to sail 4 races back to back on Saturday leaving just 2 races for Sunday (as the Sunday forecast was for strengthening winds).