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by John Middleton 5th May 2018 On a hot sun-filled day, with moderate winds of 5-8 knots (gusting up to 10-12 knots) 22 young sailors took to Docklands Sailing and Watersports Centre to compete in the coveted Topper South East … Continue reading
Things are really hotting up in the Rooster SE Traveller series, which is turning out to be the closest in years. After nine events, it’s even closer at the front now than before. With four discards, Curtis is still leading, … Continue reading
Sunday 21st May saw Downs Sailing Club giving their usual warm welcome to the South East Toppers. 22 sailors took to the water with a good breeze at first, but becoming very light as the day progressed. The tides made … Continue reading
Congratulations to Coco Barrett, winner of the 5th Traveller of 2017 at Erith Yacht Club, and to Curtis McKay and Scott Wilkinson who came 2nd and 3rd respectively.
Huge thanks for Tony Rowe from the RYA Youth Training Fund for supporting South East topper sailors over the 2016/17 programme. Watch this space for coaching sessions! Thanks again Tony! from all at SE Toppers
The 2016/17 Winter training dates have all been finalised, with Island Barn Reservoir SC hosting the training on Sunday 8 January after the Bloody Mary race at QMSC on Saturday 7 January. To help continue promoting the Open Coaching training … Continue reading
2016/2017 Squads Announced Congratulation to all of the South East Topper sailors who have been selected to be part of the RYA and ITCA Squads for this year. Each squad will undertake a series of coaching weekends over the Winter … Continue reading
Winter Training dates for 16/17 are now listed on the SE Open Coaching page along with links to the ITCA booking site. We have a session booked each month from November and are keeping costs at £25 per day. If you … Continue reading
Congratulations to Morgan Archer, Liam Schiess and Nial Schiess for surviving the very difficult conditions at Hastings this weekend to take the top three positions. All the sailors who braved the conditions deserve mention; well done to Anabelle, Tom, Charlie, … Continue reading
We’ve reached the two-thirds point in the VR 2016 Traveller Series, and Morgan Archer has a commanding lead. While he can still be caught, it’s looking increasingly unlikely. The remaining trophy positions are still wide open though, and any of … Continue reading