Forum

Please note that this is an “Invitation Only” forum to help block the significant number of SPAM users that we get.   If you want access please contact the Webmaster via this Form to request access

French Nationals 20...
 
Notifications
Clear all

French Nationals 2021


Graham Elliott
(@graham-elliott)
Member
Joined: 11 months ago
Posts: 7
Topic starter  

Just heard that France will be holding there RG65 Nationals at Montville on October 16th-17th.

All Covid depending but lets hope they can host the event and even better if travel restrictions allow oversea competitors.

 


Quote
Vangelis
(@vangelis)
Active Member Admin
Joined: 11 months ago
Posts: 11
 

Great news Graham. Thanks for sharing.

 

Is there any website up yet? Any information or online point of reference will be highly appreciated for people interest for this regatta.

RG65 ICA Webmaster
...Dublin-Ireland...

I Love the smell of the sea breeze in the morning!!!


ReplyQuote
Wayne Stobbs
(@wstobbs)
Eminent Member Admin
Joined: 6 years ago
Posts: 42
 

If allowed, I will try to attend

GBR 42
Interim RG65 ICA Chairman


ReplyQuote
Achille
(@achille)
Active Member Working Group Registered
Joined: 11 months ago
Posts: 10
 

Thanks all!

sorry, I should have announced it...but so busy.

i am so happy to see all the interest that our national event raised. And we will be very honored to receive you all!

I just keep fingers crossed 😉

Achille

 


ReplyQuote
Achille
(@achille)
Active Member Working Group Registered
Joined: 11 months ago
Posts: 10
 

French Nats Angoulême 2021 are about to start next saturday, with 43 entries so far.

You may follow the event on 

https://rg65.fr/ or

https://www.facebook.com/RG65France

Thanks for your support

 


ReplyQuote
Achille
(@achille)
Active Member Working Group Registered
Joined: 11 months ago
Posts: 10
 

We wanted a massive National, matching with the Corinthian Spirit, and with skippers from any horizons...

We got it!!!

This venue with 42 skippers, from real beginners to international level competitors, including juniors and women, and 2 skippers from Belgium is a success.

2 sunny autumn days, with variable winds from very poor to end of rig A, very shifty in direction and force.

3 fleets and only 8 races could be run, in a very friendly atmosphere. No shoutings, no jury cases, very few incidents, and lots of help from skilled skippers to beginners.

Huge thanks to the organizing Club de Voile d'Angoulême and to all skippers! A special mention to the Race Officer Eric KOPKA that understood and applied the Corinthian Spirit. And special thanks to the 2 BEL skippers for their participation (hope to see BEL joining the ICA soon 😉 ).

 

Please find below the results, with types of boats. (more to come on rg65.fr )

Aucune description de photo disponible.

This post was modified 1 month ago by Achille

ReplyQuote
Share: