The results at the 29er national have started to run true to form with current world champions John Pink and Tom Weeks topping the table
On the second day of the Gul 29er nationals at Plymouth the wind eased a little to a 10-12 knot breeze which held for most of the day once the fog had cleared.
The results have started to run true to form with current world champions John Pink and Tom Weeks topping the table. The only notable exeption is John Gimson who was runner up in Canada, he has not made the top 10 in the Q series.
The last day of qualification is (today) Tuesday 14 August before the final spilt into Gold and Silver fleets.
Results (after six races)
1st 543 JOHN PINK/TOM WEEKS (STOKES BAY/HILL HEAD) 6pts
2nd 15, ALEX HOPSON/NICK MURPHY (BOUGH BEECH SC) 11pts
3rd 551, HELLE ORUM NIELSEN/LARS ORUM NIELSEN (SKAERBEK BADEZLU) 14pts
4th 011, EDD CLAYSON/JONNY MARSHALL (GRAFHAM WATER SC) 15pts
5th 022, STEVE WILSON/JOHN GARTH (SUNDERLAND YC) 16pts
6th 173, JENNY MARKS/JEMIMA MARSHALL (NORTHAMPTON SC) 19pts
7th 611 TIM PAUL/HANNAH STODEL (WARSASH SC) 23pts
8th 339, OLIVIER VIDAL/IAN MARTIN (BOWMOOR SC) 26pts
9th 167, BEN MCGRANE/ADAM SAVAGE (CHEW VALLEY LAKE SC) 28pts
10th 075, ADAM CLARK/MATT BENNETT (GRAFHAM WATER SC) 29pts