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The 2022 SAILING Champions League: Asia Pacific – FINAL was eld over the weekend of 26/27th March at Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club as a part of 2022 Sailfest.  Fifteen of the top clubs from around Australia (and Vanuatu) raced over 2 days for the title of ‘SCL:AP Top Club’ in both the Open and U22 divisions. 

After lots (24 Qualifying Series races) in some extremely challenging conditions the cream rose to the top with the Open division results being:

    1. Mornington Yacht Club – James Jackson
    2. Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron – Jed Cruikshank
    3. Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron – Zac West
    4. Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club – Thomas Steenson

In the Under 22 (Youth) division the winners were:

    1. Mornington Yacht Club – James Jackson
    2. Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron – Zac West
    3. Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club – Thomas Steenson
    4. Royal Geelong Yacht Club – Mason Mahoney

These Top Clubs will then be eligable to go on to take on the best clubs from all over the world at the respective SAILING Champions League – World Final’s.

Click on the below button to be taken to the Event microsite to keep up with all the action, result and support your clubs team(s).

Typical NSL events include a round-robin Qualifying Series of up to 45 races. Teams rotate through the boats in each flight so that each team competes against every other team and sails in every boat. The top 4 teams from the Qualifying Series compete in the Final Series. Both series use a short course, stadium format.

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The SAILING Champions League for 2022 is run and won. Congratulations to all clubs and absolutely great efforts from MYC, RSYS, RNZYS and VCYC on travelling all that way and representing the Asia Pacific region.Announcements on the 2023 SAILING Champions League: Asia Pacific season soon. ... See MoreSee Less
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Be sure to tune into the SAILING Champions League Facebook page this weekend as a number of our Asia Pacific teams return to the world stage in an attempt to be crowned the best sailing club in the world. There'll be plenty of content, as well as live streaming of a lot of the racing.Best of luck to the following clubs, who gained qualification to the world final through our local events here in Australia, or via a wildcard entry.Mornington Yacht Club (2022 SCL-AP Final Winners)Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron (2022 SCL-AP Final Runners Up)Vanuatu Cruising Yacht Club - VCYC (Top Pacific Club at SCL-AP Final)Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron (RNZYS) (Wildcard Entry)Good luck and do our region proud! ... See MoreSee Less
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Final day wrap up from Sailing Champions League Asia Pacific Final in Newcastle🎥 / Tidal Media Australia for Down Under Sail ... See MoreSee Less
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Sailing Champions League Asia Pacific Finals Presentation Full results: docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vQRcxvR75pxgYYpx5QI_hOqG541cJJRbBFbVaQxy3LRacRgjVNq620Uq5... ... See MoreSee Less
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Typical NSL events include a round-robin Qualifying Series of up to 45 races. Teams rotate through the boats in each flight so that each team competes against every other team and sails in every boat. The top 4 teams from the Qualifying Series compete in the Final Series. Both series use a short course, stadium format.

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