NYC

 
WP_Post Object
(
    [ID] => 244
    [post_author] => 1
    [post_date] => 2009-11-03 20:33:34
    [post_date_gmt] => 2009-11-03 20:33:34
    [post_content] => 
    [post_title] => News
    [post_excerpt] => 
    [post_status] => publish
    [comment_status] => closed
    [ping_status] => closed
    [post_password] => 
    [post_name] => news
    [to_ping] => 
    [pinged] => 
    [post_modified] => 2014-04-09 11:16:25
    [post_modified_gmt] => 2014-04-09 10:16:25
    [post_content_filtered] => 
    [post_parent] => 0
    [guid] => http://ThisistheLevel1newssectionandtheholdingpageshouldpullinthe10(?)mostrecentnewsitems(withlinktoarchive?)
    [menu_order] => 60
    [post_type] => page
    [post_mime_type] => 
    [comment_count] => 0
    [filter] => raw
    [robotsmeta] => 
)

News

NYC Sailor Loghlen Rickard Takes Top Youth Result in Laser Radial Leinster Championship

NYC Sailors has a strong performance in this past weekend’s Laser Championships held in Rush. The event was held from August 5th-6th in Rush Sailing Club, with 2 races held in light winds on day one and 3 races in heavy winds in day two. NYC sailor Loghlen Rickard took the Youth title in the Radial Division (2nd overall, with 2 bullets in the 5 races), with NYC sailors Nicole Hemeryck first girl (4th overall), Nell Stanton (10th overall), and Clare Gorman taking 15th overall in the competitive 41 boat fleet.

In the 4.7 class, NYC sailor Nicholas Reeser took second overall in the 24 boat fleet. There we no NYC representatives in the 18 boat full rig fleet.

NYC Sailor Loghlen Rickard is Youth Laser Radial North American Champion

NYC sailor Loghlen Rickard was the Youth Laser Radial North American Champion (6th overall). He competed at the Laser North American Laser North American Championships hosted by the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club, June 21 – 25, 2017 in English Bay, Vancouver Canada. The racing was held over 4 days of varied light to medium winds. Loghlen started strong with a bullet in race one, and had 8 top 5 finishes in the 12 race event. Fort Lauderdale’s Sophia Reineke and Loghlen came off the water after 12 races tied on points in 1st and 2nd – but a controversial protest saw them both DSQ’d in race 12 and resulted in Vancouver Yacht Club’s own two-time Olympian taking the top step of the podium. Full results can be found here: http://rvan.ca/LaserNA/LaserNA2017.htm 

Party to celebrate NYC juniors 50th

Saturday Sept 30th

<em>This year marks the 50th Anniversary of NYC junior section, we have had many celebrations through out the summer. &nbsp;To&nbsp;finish the celebrations &nbsp;there will be a party on Saturday September 30th (last day of DBSC). &nbsp;This is open to all over 18 who have been involved in our junior section as sailors, parents and instructors. &nbsp;In some families we will have three generations of sailors at the party. &nbsp;</em>

<em>There will be a great auction and raffle prizes on the night, fundraising for the Jubilee Fireflies.&nbsp;</em>

<em><strong><a href=”http://www.nyc.ie/2017/08/party-celebrate-nyc-juniors-50th/”>REGISTER HERE NOW!</a></strong></em>

Rolex Fastnet Race UPDATE

Our very best wishes and good luck to our NYC member Lorcan Tighe as he is making his way back to Plymouth on Jedi after rounding the fastnet in 11th position at the moment, click in the link below for tracking

http://cf.yb.tl/fastnet2017

Keith Poole/Ian Mathews win the Facet Jewellers F15 Holiday Cup

Dublin Bay through everything in its armoury at our courageous OOD Brian Mathews of the National YC, in endeavouring to organise the racing, for a great fleet of 13 Flying Fifteen’s who challenged for the Facet Jewellers Holiday Cup , very kindly presented by Pat Shanahan.

Update on the TOPPER – World Championships : Loctudy, France

 The 2017 Topper World Championships were held at Loctudy, France 22-28th July. The location was excellent, based at the Centre Nautique in the middle of a broad sandy bay.

The weather conditions were good throughout, with all 5 days sailable, characterised as 3 days Force 3+; 2 days Force 2, which made for a great competition across the fleet of 211 competitors. The Toppers were divided into two world fleets : 156 entries in the 5.3 class and 55 in the 4.2 class