We caught up with a number of sailors on the final day of racing at the International Cadet Nationals, hosted by the Largs Bay Sailing Club, including the newly-crowned champions Will Cooper and Hugo Allison.
We also spoke to the sailors that finished in second and third place respectively, as well as a couple of other teams that had great days on the final day of racing, including the Endless Summer and Whip It Real Good teams.
FIRST PLACE | Impulse — Will Cooper and Hugo Allison
We spoke to the newly-crowned Australian Champions of the International Cadet Class, Will Cooper and Hugo Allison of Tasmania, after they took out a dominant victory this past week.
SECOND PLACE | Meltemi — Charlie Goodfellow and Toby Legg
We spoke to Tasmanians Charlie Goodfellow and Toby Legg, who finished second overall in the International Cadet nationals hosted by the Largs Bay Sailing Club.
THIRD PLACE | Little Devil — Archer Ibbott and Sammy Legg
We caught up with Archie and Sammy from Tasmania who finished third overall in the International Cadet Nationals in their first year of sailing together.
Endless Summer — Brooke Gaffney and Darcy Conry (SA)
We caught up with Brooke and Darcy after a second place in one of the later races of the regatta. This team, sailing Endless Summer, finished the regatta in sixth overall and were the highest placed South Australian team, qualifying for the next World Championships.
Whip It Real Good — Tilly Davis and Will Shepard (Vic)
We caught up with Tilly and Will, two Victorians sailing in Whip It Real Good who won a race at the International Cadet Nationals at the Largs Bay Sailing Club.