The Helford Sailing Club Dinghy Regatta was a thrilling event that showcased the impressive skills of both young and adult sailors. The competition was fierce, and the results of the HRSC Regatta clearly highlighted the talent and determination of the participants.
In the Under 18 category, Rafa Oakes and Gus Harris secured a well-deserved 1st place with their exceptional teamwork and sailing finesse. Martha Philpott’s impressive performance earned her the 2nd position, demonstrating her dedication to the sport. The 3rd place was secured by the dynamic duo of Lucas Shepherd and Jackson Cunliffe, whose joint efforts navigated them through challenging conditions.
The adult participants displayed their sailing prowess as well, with Jonathan Cunliffe clinching the top spot in the Adults category. Philip Philpott’s sailing skills earned him the 2nd place, while Rupert Whelan’s performance secured the 3rd position.
The regatta was a true testament to the dedication of the sailors and the supportive environment of the Helford Sailing Club. The event saw an impressive turnout of 14 junior participants, reflecting the enthusiasm and interest among young sailors. Despite the tricky conditions marked by strong gusts throughout the day, the sailors showcased their resilience and adaptability, even in the face of occasional capsizes.
Overall, the Helford Sailing Club Dinghy Regatta was a resounding success, with participants of all ages exhibiting their sailing abilities and contributing to the event’s vibrant atmosphere.
As always we would like to thank our Captains of Dinghies for their efforts to make the event happen as well as our Safety Boat Crew and everyone who assisted on the day.