Boxing Rock Cup Raced Under Perfect Conditions

Boxing Race

July 12, 2016

Under beautiful blue skies and with nice winds, Sail NS held its annual Boxing Rock Cup Race early in July. 33 boats participated with many more taking part in the raftup party. More than 200 sailors raised funds for the Nova Scotia Sailing Team.

Winning the Bedford start was Agent 99 skippered by Rob Crutcher while Christian Grantmyre skippered Hula to first place from the RNSYS start. Liz White was top female skipper aboard RogueWave.

Winners will be recognized at the annual Sail Nova Scotia awards to be held Saturday, October 22. Full results are attached below. Organizers extended thanks to everyone who participated and help put the event on. Special thanks to Boxing Rock for their support.

 

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