For the second year running Leslie Green’s MC38 Ginger sliced and diced the one design pack contesting the class’ Australian Championship on Pittwater to the north of the Sydney CBD.
2015 MC38 Australian Championship, April 10-12, 2015 at the Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club at Newport on Sydney’s northern beaches
Nothing Green about Ginger - 2015 MC38 Australian Championship
‘Beasho’s’ blinder turned into ‘Chappo’s’ champion effort to move Ginger into the lead by a single point on day two of the 2015 MC38 Australian Championship.
Vitamin kingpin Marcus Blackmore is used to winning in business and yacht racing. Nine months as the owner of his latest yacht called Hooligan, a polished black MC38, and he’s in control of the class’ Australian Championship on Pittwater.
An all-Aussie line up for this weekend’s third ever MC38 Australian Championship ensures the trophy remains with a home-grown crew.
Yachting Australia Board recently adopted a revised version of the Yachting Australia Anti-Doping Policy, which took effect on 1 January 2015. The key revisions are set out in this letter.
Importantly, may I emphasise that this Policy applies to Yachting Australia and all of its member or affiliate organisations, meaning it applies to all Clubs and Classes including their members and individuals who compete in events, races, training and other sailing activities organised by Clubs, Classes and individuals.
Therefore to ensure the Policy is given full effect, the Yachting Australia Board has approved an Amendment to the Racing Rules of Sailing so as to be able to enforce this Policy at all levels of competitive sailing as is required by legislation, the ASC and the AOC.
With the Summer Series wrapping up and Winter Program just around the corner, congratulations to the following skippers and crew on their sucesses this season. The annual prize giving will be held on Saturday 2 May, tickets available via reception.