Please find attached the finalised results for the event.
The attitude and conduct of competitors was exemplary which made running the event so much easier.
Taking advantage of a fairly consistent Easterly a full Olympic course was set for the entire regatta – Triangle, W/L Triangle and then windward to the finish. Saturday started off with B rig but by lunch time most had changed to A, which was interesting in some of the gusts. Luckily the rain only came for a couple of hours on Saturday afternoon and for about an hour Sunday morning so all in all a pleasant weekend.
With only 15 starters, the racing was in a single heat and a total of 24 races were completed.
After I got home I attacked Google Earth and measured out the course as best I could. It looks like the course was about 1008m long. Therefore (excluding the added distance of the beats) the boats travelled a minimum of 24km over the weekend. As for the competitors, even if they only walked 2/3 the length of the windward leg each time they would have walked 15km, no wonder some lost count of the number of laps towards the end.