The 2006 Worlds - Final Information

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The 2006 Worlds - Final Information

Postby Rick West » Wed Oct 18, 2006 11:41 am

NEW ZEALAND 2006
Inter-Country Challenge, Nelson, New Zealand
From: Philip Whitley, Commodore Radio Yacht Squadron Nelson

Dear Skipper,

Greetings from the team at Radio Yacht Squadron Nelson (RYSN). We are looking forward to meeting with you, in what we hope is an unprecedented international event, "the Olympics of world radio control sailing"

Over the past twelve months RYSN members have worked hard to develop a pond that promises great access to the water from anywhere, wind that is extreme in behaviour. Let's hope that the history of the consistent winds we have had over the past four years at this pond continue through the event.

We are pleased to announce that Craig Jones, New Zealand's international OOD has accepted the position for the entire event, Thank you Craig.

Meals will be available for you to purchase from a food bus in the campground in the morning, and at the sailing venue through the day. The bus sells a large variety of breakfasts and day meals, and also includes coffee's, teas, fruit drinks etc. The host club will supply the Saturday night meal to all our international competitors free of charge and in recognition of their commitment to travel to our country.

Each competitor will get a free shirt and small trophy to memorialise their individual attendance at the event. International attendees will also get a raincoat and Cap, New Zealand competitors may wish to purchase these items at cost. Gumboots will be required for the event, however the pond is a clean (not mud) stone bottom pond and I will be in bare feet as usual. For launching just walk into the water, which is easier than launching off a jetty.

Should any of our International skippers require boots, please provide your foot size and we will have these ready for you.

Please find below the order of events, officials and Rules of Racing for your information.

Once again we look forward with great excitement to seeing you soon.

Kind Regards

Philip Whitley (Commodore Radio Yacht Squadron Nelson)

EVENTS AND SCHEDULE OF RACING

DAY #1
Wednesday 15th November
Opening Ceremony @ Party by the Pond 8.00pm.

Raising of the Countries Flags with each national anthem, Fire works display and Drinks by the pond and back at TOP TEN.

DAY #2 - RACING SCHEDULE
Thursday 16th November

Match Racing

Skippers Brief 8.45 AM racing begins 9.00AM

FOR

New Zealand Match Racing Champion Title
New Zealand Competitors only as listed:

Dave Norris (Senior)
Philip Whitley
Rod Liddy
Ian Hull-Brown
Brian Hogg
Andy Luxford
Steve Edwards
Neville Taylor
Chris Harmer
Ian Scott
Brendon Norris
Rodger Law
Bruce Edgar
Alan Braid
Peter Inwood

Thursday 16th November
Invitation Racing

Skippers Brief 9.45 AM racing begins 10AM

FOR

Those not in the NZ Match Racing.

Open to all competitors not in the New Zealand Match Racing Championship.

Racing for an Invitation Trophy.

DAY #3 - RACING SCHEDULE
Friday 17th November

FLEET RACING

Skippers Brief 8.45AM racing begins 9.00AM

Morgan Black International Trophy

&

New Zealand Fleet Racing Champion Title

Day #1 Fleet Racing:
Random Draw for position in A or B fleets each with 14 Boats.
Four Seeding (Fleet Positioning) Races with no Scoring - Recorded.
After Seeding Lowest point System is used and recording begins.

Friday 17th November

NZEC12OA AGM Meeting @ 4.30pm.

"New Zealand Members only"
As advised by the Secretary of the NZEC12OA, At the Pond at completion of days racing.

DAY#4 - RACING SCHEDULE
Saturday 18th November
Fleet Racing

Skippers Brief 8.45AM racing begins 9.00AM

Morgan Black International Trophy

&

New Zealand Fleet Racing Champion Title


Day #2 Fleet Racing:

Scoring Continues from Previous Day Saturday 18th November.

Saturday Formal Party

Saturday night is big party night. Will begin at 7pm sharp venue to be advised.

DAY#5 - RACING SCHEDULE
Sunday 19th November

Fleet Racing

Skippers Brief 8.45AM racing begins 9.00AM

Final Race in Event Prior to 1PM

Morgan Black International Trophy

&

New Zealand Fleet Racing Champion Title


Day #3 Fleet Racing:

Scoring Continues from Previous Day.Prize Giving will commence at 2pm

COMPETITORS

THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Rick West, Frequency 50.820
Jim Linville, Frequency 75.970
Jack L Wubbe, Frequency 2.4GHZ

THE UNITED KINGDOM
Woody Cook, Frequency 40-735

AUSTRALIA
Ian Gilmour, Frequency Spectrum
Graeme Turk, Frequency 36.170
Yeoman Sands, Frequency 36.070

NEW ZEALAND
Philip Whitley, Frequency 40.930
Dave Norris (Senior), Frequency 40.810
Barry Jackson, Frequency 40.830
Rod Liddy, Frequency 40.770
Ian Hull-Brown, Frequency 40.985
Brian Hogg, Frequency 72.790
Andy Luxford, Frequency 40.890
Steve Edwards, Frequency 27.045
Neville Taylor, Frequency 29.825
Chris Harmer, Frequency 72.710
Ian Scott, Frequency 36.510
Brendon Norris, Frequency 40.750
Rodger Law, Frequency 29.705
Bruce Edgar, Frequency 35.650
Alan Braid, Frequency 27.195
Gerald Allsop, Frequency
Peter Inwood, Frequency 40.870
Craig Gutry, Frequency 29.965
Chris Norman, Frequency 29.745


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