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Board » Sailonline Race Committee » Race Calendar » May 2012

Here is the proposed calendar for May - feel free to come up with ideas for additional races as always!

May 2012
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See attached document for races run in May of previous years.
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Unraced but Proposed Races
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--- Last Edited by RainbowChaser at 2012-05-17 13:57:46 ---
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Hi RC.... Plenty of "white" in May. Looks like a good opportunity to run some of the pending races already set up as listed in your spreadsheet.

If the server can handle it, I would suggest running at least 2-3 of the shorter(3-5day)events. Perhaps Lindesfarne, NE Archipelago, Hebrides Slalom, etc. Would also suggest reopening the discussion of how long to keep races open if this is a limiting factor for running more races and cleaning up the list a bit.

Should be a fun month!!

SP
Hi ShamPir - thanks for checking the calendar. As always I keep an eye on what is still pending... and trade off "busyness" with what else is running.

The Lindisfarne will be run in June and I've just realised I haven't updated the thread running on that one.

76T has also suggested we look at the Shackleton Challenge for a gap-filler but I believe he is away at the moment.

The NE Archipelago I thought you were keeping for rough weather... if not then it is definitely long overdue for running!

The New Hebrides Slalom (not British Isles but Asia/Pacific) is another good one.. I had been waiting for SWR to get past Cape Horn so that we were out of the area.

Thank you!
Great ideas!
I will renew my focus to watch the NE US coast for a good spring-time low to blow through and let you know. The others all sound fun as well.

Always good to have some 75-200nm sprints waiting in the can to fill the gaps.

Thanks and great job as always RC!!

SP
Swiftsure Lighthouse Race, Rund Skagen,Fyn Cup prep-race, Hiroshima-Kure, Mini 800NM (2 parts), Manila Race, May TransAT....
Bohusracet :-) I will try to stay awake the entire race this time
captjack - Excellent suggestions thank you!

spackel - we last raced the Bohusracet course in September, so its a bit recent but... it will run again for sure!!

:-)
Hi RC -

Time to load SWR leg 7? Starts in 3 days...

BTW nice avatar pic!

hugs, Ricos
Rico

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