Category: Racing

Racing is the mainstay of TSC. We encourage all our members to take part in races. It’s fun and a great way to improve your skills.

This category contains posts detailing upcoming events, and results for recent events.

Plas Menai 2017

Eighteen keen and intrepid sailors headed for Wales to sail at Plas Menai over the weekend. Saturday was a good sailing day and the sailors were encouraged to try a variety of boats. Sunday blew up just a bit and led to a plethora of upturned boats and many excited but wet crews. A special well…

By stouty Thursday, 5 October 2017 Off

RYA course : September 23/24, 2017

Congratulations to all those novice sailors who completed the recent training course. Adults and children all passed their relevant levels with ease. Saturday was a very pleasant if benign day but Sunday was almost perfect for learners.Thanks to all those involved with the training. Hope to see the newcomers to sailing tacking and gybing around…

By stouty Monday, 2 October 2017 Off

Cock O’ the Wyre Trophy- Sunday,15 October

The Cock O’ the Wyre trophy will be sailed on Sunday 15 October. There are 3 races for the trophy. The first race is at 1130. Please refer to the Notice of Race below. Please note this event is sailed as a Portsmouth Yardstick handicap trophy. Click the link below NOR Cock O’ the Wyre…

By stouty Thursday, 21 September 2017 Off

velobirmingham-update : Sunday 24 September

Email from velobirmingham reads: We have a crossing point for vehicles from Low Habberley to Habberley Road, crossing the cycling route which goes along Habberley Lane (B4190). This allows vehicles to cross the route ahead of the first cyclist coming through, and immediately after the last cyclist. This crossing point will be managed by marshals,…

By stouty Tuesday, 19 September 2017 Off

RYA course and road closures- Sunday 24 September

Just a reminder that it will be chaotic around Kidderminster due to the velobirmingham event if you are trying to get to Trimpley for the RYA course. Start out very early as the road closures begin at 7.30 am. You could of course try walking from Arley or swimming down the river !!

By stouty Sunday, 17 September 2017 Off