Day 3 of Chester Race Week

Heading into the last day here at Chester Race Week, there are some very exciting races for first place in both Distance Divisions and the Bravo 1 Division. Yesterday’s weather brought in cloud and sun, but very light winds, which some of the fleet found to be very challenging. However, the leaders always seem to rise to the top. Results heading in the final day of racing have many boats vying neck and neck for trophies and bragging rights.

Leading the pack are:

Alpha Course
J/24, Adrenalin Rush, Greg Blunden, RNSYS tied with Jammin, Ned Hamblin, RNSYS
J/29, Silver Woman, Andrew Childs, RNSYS
Alpha 1, Blast (J111), Mark Surrette, RNSYS
Alpha 2, Pandora (C&C115), Peter Bromley, RNSYS
Distance 1, Ramillies (Beneteau 44.7), Dave Wilson, RNSYS in a three way tie with
Brillance (J120), Richard Calder, RNSYS
Bellatrix (Swan 48), Snair/Hunkin, CYC
Distance 2, Endeavour (C&C37), James Dunworth, SMSC in a three way tie with
Castanea (J42), Paul Conrod, RNSYS
Boss Lady (N/M39), Bob Harrity, RKYC

Bravo Course
Bravo 1, Defiant (C&C33), Mark Gosine, DYC
Bravo 2, Ping (Sonar), Kathryn Josenhans, LYC
Bravo 3, Sisu (Tanzer 22), David Peer, MYC

Charlie Course (Bluenose fleet)
Rednose, Stu Hebb, CYC

Delta Course
Classic, Ripple (Chester C), Jim Rafuse; CYC
Cruiser 1, Mariah (C&C35), Keith Johnson, CYC
Cruiser 2, Sea Breaker (C&C25), Margaret Nunn, CYC

Photo: Chester Race Week, everyone on the rail upwind

Photo Credit: © 2012 Tim Wilkes / www.timwilkes.com

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