Racing commenced on the second day of the 2012 KA Sail Victorian State Championship at Sorrento CSBC in moderate conditions with flat water.
Race 5 was again sailed in a fantastic 10-15 knot breeze and was completely dominated by Richard Jackson, who made the port start on the pin end his own and from there was never challenged. Series leader James Owen-Smith had issues with weed and finished the race in fifth position.
Races 6,7 and 8 were dominated by Andrew McDougall who took three bullets in a row, showing his fellow competitors how it's done and also proving that in the moderate wind range the new MSL16 has blistering pace.
Andrew McDougall won the series overall from James Owen-Smith in second and Richard Jackson in third. Kyle Ross won the Junior trophy sailing his Bladerider exceptionally well at times and Sam England took home the women's trophy.
The series was very well run by Sorrento SCBC and the competition was fierce amongst the fleet. The next stop for a number of the sailors is the upcoming World Titles at Lake Garda, Italy in August.
Day one of the series had seen some very close racing. Read all the details HERE:
Results can be found HERE:
Thanks again to our major sponsor KA Sail for their wonderful support of the event!