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Topper Worlds conclude in Loctudy

The Topper World Championships 2017 concluded last Friday evening in Loctudy, France after a great week of racing. Over 210 competitors from France, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, England, China, Macau and South Africa took part in the opening ceremony on Sunday evening 23rd of July. Racing started on Monday with a very civilised FG time of […]

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Topper Worlds 2017

Fifteen of our junior sailors have travelled to compete this week at the Topper Worlds in Loctudy, France.  Some families made the journey last weekend with some arriving just this morning.  We have the largest single club entry to this year’s Worlds which is remarkable given the topper dinghy fleet would still be considered a […]

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Topper National Champion crowned

Nine of our junior members travelled to East Antrim Boat Club in Larne last Thursday to compete in this year’s Irish Topper Nationals. Sixty two sailors from around Ireland and the UK were competing with 53 in the 5.3 fleet. Friday saw three races completed in tricky conditions and results posted highlighted that consistency would […]

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Skills for Gold Regatta sailed in Mediterranean conditions

It was difficult to believe that Cork Harbour was not in fact in the Mediterranean when the sailors took to the water at midday today.  The Regatta was the conclusion of the Skills for Gold Coaching Programme held during the month of June for all dinghies in the Club. There were Optimists, RS 200’s, RS […]

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Topper Southern Championships held in glorious sunshine!

Congratulations to all our sailors who competed this weekend at the Topper Southerns held at the National Yacht Club in Dun Laoghaire.  Beautiful sunshine greeted our sailors and parents on Saturday morning – it could have been in the Mediterranean!.  Three races were held on Saturday and after a postponement early on Sunday morning the breeze […]

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