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Wednesday, January 26, 2022
Evans Onboard Australia Day Winning Boat

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Rockal Evans took part in the 186th Australia Day Regatta.

Competing in the annual Australia Day Regatta out of the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia, Evans was on the winning boat a TP52 class boat and he was the mainsail grinder.

Evans onboard Gweilo skippered by Matt Donald & Chris Townsend, crossed the line in a winning corrected time of 3:23.00, finishing ahead of Smuggler skippered by Sebastian Bohm who had a corrected time of 3:25.42 and finishing third was Julian Farren-Price sailing About Time clocking a corrected time of 3:28.53.

 
 
Monday, January 24, 2022
Evans Wins Finn Club Championship Race Day

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Rockal Evans was once again back in action competing in the Australia Finn Club Championship Series.

A total eight boats went to the start line for the three races held in Series 3 Race Day Two, with Evans picking up two wins.

Evans finishing with 5 points on the day after finishing 3rd in the final race of the day, Evans leads the Club Championship Series with 5 points over the 6 race series to date, Rob McMillan was second on the day with 9 points, and Marcus Whitley was third also with 9 points on the day.
Thursday, January 20, 2022
Evans Wins Finn Club Race Day Three

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Rockal Evans continued competing in the Australia Finn Club Championship Series.

Evans would win the Series 3 Race Day, a total of three races were held on the day, with Evans picking up three wins.

A total of eight boats went to the start line for the day’s racing, with Evans finishing with 3 points, Rob McMillan was second with 8 points, and Marcus Whitley was third with 9 points.
Thursday, January 20, 2022
2022 Newport Bermuda Race Announces Official Sponsor

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The Bermuda Race Organizing Committee (BROC) is pleased to welcome AkzoNobel Yacht Coatings as an Official Sponsor of the 2022 “Thrash to the Onion Patch.”

“As a frequent competitor in this race, I know the importance of having a smooth hull surface. So I'm thrilled to see the well-respected global brand AkzoNobel with their extensive product range join the Newport Bermuda Race and support our sailors,” said Somers Kempe, Chairman of the 2022 race organizing committee.

AkzoNobel supplies sustainable and innovative paints and coatings that customers, communities—and the environment—are increasingly relying on. Their world class portfolio of brands, including Awlgrip, Interlux, International, and SeaHawk, is trusted by customers around the globe. The company is pioneering a world of possibilities to protect and enhance boats by taking genuine action to address globally relevant challenges and protect future generations.

Matt Anzardo, Global Yacht Segment Manager at AkzoNobel Yacht Coatings, said: “We've set our sights on becoming the global industry leader. It’s what you’d expect from a pioneering paints company that’s committed to science-based targets, and AkzoNobel is delighted to support one of sailing’s most beloved ocean races, The Newport Bermuda Race, by becoming an Official Sponsor of the event.”

“The event embodies all that is best about racing— at AkzoNobel we share that special understanding of the drive for top performance, since we’re committed boaters ourselves.

“It is among the reasons why we continually strive to produce the ultimate above and below the waterline performance and protective coatings, which combine unrivaled performance with the highest standards of sustainability.

“It comes after we recently made unprecedented investment in our brand, technologies and partnerships to ensure we can continue to remain the trusted partner for the entire boating sector.”

The race is set to start in Newport, R.I., on June 17th, 2022, and to date 193 boats have registered.
Monday, January 17, 2022
Patton & Smith Conclude US Open Sailing Series

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The 2022 West Marine US Open Sailing Series in Fort Lauderdale came to an end with Campbell Patton and Benn Smith competing in the ILCA 7 Class.

Four races were sailed on the final day taking the series to 6 races.

Patton would sail to 15th place overall with 63 Net Points, Patton would finish 13th in the first race, 20th in the second race of the day, he would then finish 4th in the third race before closing out the regatta with a 9th place finish.

Smith finished with 61 Net Points and 18th overall, in the first race of the day and the third of the series Smith crossed the line 16th, he would then finish 15th in the second race, in the third race Smith crossed the line 9th, ad then finished off the regatta with a 12th place finish.
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