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2020 IOM Oceania Regional Championship
 

Latest News

Notice of ARYA Annual General Meeting
Preliminary notice is given that the Australian Radio Yachting Association Inc. (ARYA) will be held at the Yarrawonga Yacht Club on Monday, 17th February 2020.
12 Dec 2019 17:07

Laser Switch to the Gold Coast
The 2020 RC Laser Australian Championship to be held in October 2020 has seen a change in venue and an extension to the event dates.
12 Dec 2019 09:05

Strong AUS Interest for Oceania Championship
In less than two weeks since the launch of the IOM Oceania Regional Championship expressions of interest from Australia has already reached round one place allocations.
09 Dec 2019 16:24

Eddie Cowell Perpertual Trophy Regatta Returns
The Eddie Cowell Perpetual Trophy for the IOM class is an icon in the Australian radio sailing community, and after a short lapse the trophy has returned to the Queensland calendar.
03 Dec 2019 18:06


2019 IOM World Championship - Brazil final three days
Apologies for the missed reporting, but the RSAWA website had a few technical difficulties over the last few days, which I was unable to rectify. However, we are fixed now and good to go. By now, you will most likely know that Zvonko went back to back, winning the 2019 edition of the Worlds to go with his 2017 title. That is a really consistent performance. Second place went to Zvonko's teammate, Ante Kovasevic. These two were sailing Kantun 2 hulls. Rounding out the podium was our good mate Ian Vickers from NZ, who no doubt will be pleased with the performace of his new V11 design
24 Nov 2019 20:24

2019 IOM World Championships - Brazil Day 3
The Championship has reached the half way mark, and tomorrow is a rest day - which by all accounts will be very welcome. The heat was on in Porto Alegra today - on and off the water. Reigning World Champion, Zvonko Jelacic made a solid move today, putting a small but solid buffer between himself and the chasing pack.
20 Nov 2019 15:09

2019 IOM World Championship - Brazil Day 2
It's been said that you don't ever win a Championship on Day 1 but you sure can lose a Championship on Day 1. Getting off to a good start is the aim of all the skippers, because if you have a poor day to open your account, the catch-up may not happen. Several skippers must be feeling this way after their opening, and there must be others who are breathing a sigh of relief that they are off and running.
19 Nov 2019 22:06

2019 IOM World Championships - Brazil Day 1
The Aussies are on fire in Porto Alegra! Day One of the 2019 World Championships is in the book and there are some stories to relate! The day started with the traditional Opening Ceremony with all the pomp and circumstance befitting the event. Race Officer Fred Rocha was the Master of Ceremonies and introduced the various dignitaries from the city and host club. A few speeches, the Brazilian National Anthem and a Flag Ceremony at which Sean represented Australia was the order of the morning
18 Nov 2019 20:01


 

Australian Rankings (Top 10)

Our top sailors of each class

International One Metre

1. Paul Jones (NSW)
2. Sean Wallis (WA)
3. Scott Fleming (VIC)
4. Ross Bennett (WA)
5. Lindsay Walker (NSW)
6. Doug Allen (QLD)
7. Aaron Farrar (QLD)
8. Michael Hickman (TAS)
9. Edgar Vitte (WA)
10. Tim Brown (QLD)
International Marblehead

1. Scott Mitchell (SA)
2. Andrew Reid (VIC)
3. Scott Fleming (VIC)
4. L. Mcdowall (VIC)
5. Ray Joyce (TAS)
6. Paul Littledyke (SA)
7. Scott Condie (NSW)
8. Brett Osborn (SA)
9. David Thomas (VIC)
10. Kirwan Robb (VIC)
International Ten Rater

1. Scott Condie (NSW)
2. S. Sedgeman (ACT)
3. Ross Bennett (WA)
4. Owen Jarvis (NSW)
5. Andrew Reid (VIC)
6. Phil Page (NSW)
7. Roger Paul (WA)
8. Mark Newman (ACT)
9. Kirwin Robb (Vic)
10. Ben Taylor (NSW)


International A Class

1. Brian Dill (NSW)
2. Warren Norrie (NSW)
3. Roger Paul (WA)
4. Denton Roberts (WA)
5. Selwyn Holland (NSW)
6. Ralph Hyman (NSW)
7. L. Hinchcliff (QLD)
8. Glenn Dawson (WA)
9. Simon Ellis (WA)
10. Gary Taylor (QLD)
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