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29er Grand Prix

Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 July 2019


Day 2 - Final

Ewan Wilson and Fin Armstrong from the Wormit Boating Club won the 29er Grand Prix event at Hayling Island SC.

Monique Vennis-Ozanne and John Mather took second, eight points off the leading pair, while Tom Storey and Pierce Harris recovered from a UFD in the first race of the event to win the final race and finish third on the podium.

Results available here

Day 1

Ewan Wilson and Fin Armstrong take a firm lead at the 29er Grand Prix event.

The pair from the Wormit Boating Club won three of the first four races and have a 14 point lead from Oliver Evans and Will Jarman, who won the other race and are on 22 points.

Monique Vennis-Ozanne and John Mather are in third with 23 points, Athena Vogiatzi and Maddie Wylie are fourth with 29 points

See local weather prediction here

Official Event Documents

Supplementary Sailing Instructions (SSI) - See 29er website

Major Event Instructions (MEI) - See 29er website

Notice Of Series (NOS) - See 29er website


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Racing will take place in Hayling Bay or Chichester Harbour, Tidal Sets available here.

Briefing for competitors on Saturday 6 July.

Number of Races scheduled and timings, see the SSI.

HISC General Information

General Information & Opening Times - Click Here 

Accommodation is available at HISC - Click Here

Motorhomes and Campervans have restrictions onsite, including no overnight sleeping - Click Here 

How to get to Hayling Island SC - Click Here

The Sandy Point Chandlery is on site, they can be contacted on 02392 462726

Boat Parking

Trailer storage will be in a designated area in the Carpark next to the Lifeboat station, please ensure all trailers are labelled with owners name and sail number.

Mobile homes/camper vans

We are not allowed to open the site for motorhomes on a regular basis.

See the Mobile homes/camper vans rules

Contact the HISC Office - 023 92 463 768

Please help by abiding with the Camper Van rules so that HISC complies with the law and retains the goodwill of its neighbours.