Kings Cup Regatta's Pulse 600 One Design Class: Race Summary

What a great week for the newly formed Pulse 600 class. Thailand's Kings Cup regatta has once again provided a top week of racing with conditions and weather varying dramatically throughout the event, pushing the sailors to their limits and requiring every ounce of their skill and endurance. While the event kicked off with some strong winds the conditions soon changed and with two days of very light air the courses were shortened to keep all boats on the water for at least two races each day. Along with the weather, the podium places also began to change proving it takes skill in all conditions to pull off an overall win in these sporty trimarans. 

Elizabeth Schoch showed the boys how it was done by driving Sudu 3 home for the win on the final day taking home a first place trophy for the Corsair Pulse 600 OD fleet, on its debut at the King's Cup. Two 3rd places for Scott Galle's Sudu 4 dropped their point score but still managing to maintain the 2nd place spot by their wins earlier in the week. Andrew de Bruin's Multihull Solutions H30, took home the third place trophy after picking up a second place in the final race of the regatta.

Well done to all competitors we look forward to seeing you all again at Thailand's next Pulse 600 One Design event.

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Race Results:

1

 

Sudu3

Elizabeth Schoch

AUS

                 

 

2

 

Sudu4

Scott Galle

USA

                 

 

3

 

Multihull Solutions H3O

Andrew de Bruin

AUS

                 

 

4

 

Sudu2

Glywn Rowlands

GBR

                 

 

5

 

Sudu1

Tam (Ong-Art Keawantha)

THA

                 

 

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