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Grimes starts off strong at the NESPRESSO Youth International Regatta

Day one of the NESPRESSO Youth International Match Race Cup saw lead changes, wind shifts and the unwelcome rain! The regatta hosted by the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron (RNZYS) got off to a late start with the teams left on dry land for the morning. Until the wind filled in at 1130, and all 13 teams docked out to start the days’ racing. ...

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  • 17 Feb 2017 09:23:00
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FEBRUARY 2017

Price finishes fifth at the Warren Jones Regatta

Racing at the Warren Jones started on time on day four, on the now familiar shifty Easterly course in 5 - 8 knots with streaky puffs and plenty of taxing shifts. Late in the afternoon the breeze shifted into the South allowing for a more traditional longer course with fewer boundaries....

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  • 03 Feb 2017 12:27:00
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Racing heats up at the Warren Jones Regatta in Perth

The sun came out for racing on day three of the Warren Jones Regatta as the second round robin began. The southerly gradient wind was more unstable today than previous days, with bigger shifts and pulses throughout the day. Price had a solid day, to take three wins from four races against Hodgson, Boulden and Dargaville. ...

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  • 02 Feb 2017 11:22:00
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Intense racing and penalties galore on day two of the Warren Jones

Racing continued on day two at the Warren Jones Youth Match Racing Regatta in an overcast and shifty south easterly breeze on the Swan River. The breeze pulsed between 5 and 10 knots and got shiftier throughout the day, making for intense racing. Price and team are currently sitting in 5th position after the conclusion of round robin one, on six points....

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  • 01 Feb 2017 10:22:00
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JANUARY 2017

Warren Jones Regatta takes off in Perth CBD

For the first time ever, the Warren Jones International Youth Match Racing Regatta will be contested on Perth waters, right in front of Perth’s brand new development, Elizabeth Quays, with the aim to allow more spectators to view the racing from Perth’s shore and skyline. ...

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  • 31 Jan 2017 10:22:00
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CYCA Youth Sailing Academy announces 2017 Regatta schedule

The CYCA Youth Sailing Academy is pleased to announced their regatta schedule for 2017. Once again the schedule will include six match racing events ranging from local Grade 5 events beginning in June through to the season finale in November, the World Sailing Grade 2 Musto International Youth Match Racing Championship....

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  • 27 Jan 2017 15:00:00
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Harry Price leads the CYCA team in upcoming Warren Jones International Youth Regatta

The New Year marks possibly the most exciting period of the year for match racing, for the CYCA Youth Sailing Academy sailors. Harry Price and his team will compete in the first major event for 2017, the Warren Jones International Youth Regatta later this month. ...

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  • 16 Jan 2017 11:17:00
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NOVEMBER 2016

Back to back titles for Price at the Musto International Youth Match Racing Championship

Harry Price (CYCA) and his team of Harry Morton, Sam Ellis and Jack Hubbard win the Musto International Youth Match Racing Championship, defeating long-term rival Will Dargaville (RPAYC) 3-1 in the finals. George Anyon (RNZYS) took third place after winning the Petit Final against Will Boulden (RFBYC)....

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  • 26 Nov 2016 10:00:00
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Finals Racing begins at the Musto International Youth Match Racing Championship

Day 3 of the Musto International Youth Match Racing Championship started with the Repechage Round Flight three with 8 teams still vying for an all-important quarter finals berth. In what turned into a long day on the water for some, the Race Committee led by Dennis Thompson, completed the schedule through to flight two of the semi-finals allowing for a relatively straight forward finals day on Friday. ...

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  • 25 Nov 2016 07:35:00
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Price and team win the round robin in nail biting style

Harry Price (CYCA) and crew finished the round robin today at the top of the leader board, with 10 wins and one loss, closely followed by George Anyon (RNZYS) and Will Boulden (RFBYC) with one less win than Price. However it was George Anyon who made the biggest move up the ladder, losing only to Price today in a tough match. Will Dargaville (RPAYC) was the fourth boat to skip the repechage round and progress straight to the quarter finals....

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  • 23 Nov 2016 19:00:00
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