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From page 68
Georgia Kaye-Helmot finished in 43rd posi-
tion overall to claim second in the local female
event for the Classic, behind Kara Landells but
she won the series event for local women.
Luke Plant won both the open series and local
First out of the water in the Cowes Classic were
Hayden Bruce (no time) and Rebecca Henderson
(7:30.5). The placings were, men 1st Luke Plant,
2nd William Cannon and 3rd Mark Rowe and
women 1st Alexandra Brown, 2nd Sarah Lester
and 3rd Kara Landells.
Juniors: 1st Linus Mayes, 2nd Kai Lumsden.
1st Rebecca Henderson, 2nd Bridget Cain. Local
juniors: 1st Kai Lumsden, 2nd Bailey Suther-
land. 1st Olivia Hughes, 2nd Ella Hughes.
Seniors: 40-49 male 1st Mark Clarkson, 2nd
Kris Harris, women 1st Anna Clarkson, 2nd
Emma Moore. Locals 1st Kris Harris, 2nd Mar-
cus Bond. 1st Emma Moore, 2nd Rachel Tatter-
sall. Over 50 male 1st Rob Fleisner, 2nd Auriel
Eachter. 1st Dawn Penny, 2nd Janice Stevens.
Local male 1st Rob Fleisner, 2nd Jim Corbett.
Women 1st Jenny Hibble.
Placings in the relay sections was as follows:
1st male Hamish Harrison and Lachlan Conn,
2nd Xavier Hughes and Nathan Foote. 1st fe-
male Daisy Corbett and Molly Hoskin, 2nd Vir-
ginia Baster and Jane Cameron. Mixed 1st Kara
Humbert and Mitchell Viney, 2nd Jack Taylor
and Taya Murdoch.
One of the organisers, John Weston, thanked
sponsors and praised the bevy of volunteers
who supported the 25th running of the Cowes
“To the Bass Coast Shire Council, the Bendigo
Bank, Hotel for hosting the event; the marshals
out on the course, the organising committee
which works through the year, the emergency
services personnel, registration people and foot-
ball-netball club volunteers especially the young
ones and the Woolamai SLSC who patrolled the
water – a big thank you.”
In accepting his awards, Luke Plant congratu-
lated the competitors and thanked the volun-
teers, saying he was simply happy he had the
time this year to do all three events.
A couple of minor hitches didn’t affect the day,
including blowing the siren early to start the
race and a loss of power at the finish line which
caused the inflatable finish gates to go flat.
Numbers up for
classic race day
Inverloch’s Georgia Kaye-Helmot crossed
the line in overall 43rd place to finish sec-
ond among local women in the Cowes Classic
and also take out the Bass Coast Series vic-
tory among locals. M230817
The Cowes Classic wouldn’t run without the volunteers and what a
fantastic turnout it was by PIFNC supporters, Woolamai SLSC mem-
bers and emergency services personnel around the swim and run
First woman across the line in the Cowes Classic gets her award
from Island councillor Steve Fullarton. M310817
Woolamai surf lifesaver, Luke Plant, cross-
es the line to win the Cowes Classic last Sat-
urday, to take out the Bass Coast Summer
Series of three races; including the Cape
Aquathon, the Channel Challenge and the
Cowes Classic. M220817
Ultimate winner of the Over 50s division, at both the Cowes Classic on Saturday, and the
overall Bass Coast Summer Series (Over 50s), Rob Fleisner, leads this group of competitors
from the water, against the backdrop of the luxury cruise liner the Golden Princess anchored
at Rhyll over the weekend. m210817
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