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NZTSA Secondary Schools Team Sailing National Championships (25-30 April 2021) at Algies Bay Update




NATIONALS DAY 1

April 25, 2021 admin

After a windy opening day at the team sailing nationals, Waimea College currently sit on top of the leader board, followed closely behind in the gold flight by Rangitoto and Westlake Boys rounding out the top three. Leading the silver fleet at this stage are the Epsom Girls and leading the bronze fleet are Christs college winning all bar one of their races in the round. Remember at the end of RR1 there is a three-team repechage to determine the flights for the rest of the regatta.


NATIONALS DAY 2

April 26, 2021 admin

Another day of racing completed at the team sailing nationals 2021, another full on day racing from around 9 until 4 today, in a range of conditions from 5 to 15 knots throughout the day. Rangitoto and Waimea Colleges continue to fight for the top spot leading on from yesterdays racing, closely followed by Westlake Boys in third. Queen Charlotte & Nelson College lead the way in Silver after dropping down from gold fleet, replaced by Glendowie & Epsom Girls. Tauhara and New Plymouth Boys are out in the front of the Bronze fleet, being pushed hard by the group leading that fleet. Results up to RR2 R41 (Gold/Silver) & R32 (Bronze) are published now. The repechage results are to follow shortly as well. Head to heads can be found on the NZTSA TeamApp.


At the end of Round Robin 1:

Whangarei Boys' High School (Gold Fleet) had raced 8, won 2 and ranked 7th place.

Whangarei Girls' High School (Bronze Fleet) had raced 9, won 7 and ranked 2nd place.


From RR2 onwards:

WBHS have total wins 2, ranking 9th.

WGHS have total wins 9, ranking 4th equal.


Keep up to date with the results at

http://www.nzteamsailing.co.nz/

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/149F0WsdyUEjBwNH3wMosl_UHlcoeoxj-_bxlY_yxcbg/edit#gid=1766541854

or

https://www.facebook.com/NZTeamSailing/?ref=page_internal

Information has been shared from NZTSA. Photos supplied by NZTSA and parents at the event.




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