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    experience especially as they are not regular sailors but after bouncing across the rocks for a while they floated safely off For part of the time Team Reflex were aground again quite close to them and Kookabura sailed straight between them Later on Team Reflex became one of the first to pull out of the competition as the calm conditions left them without enough time to complete the race and return ready for Cowes Week on the Isle of Wight After a brief encounter with a rib advising them that there was a mile exclusion zone around oil rigs Kookabura made it in and Nick and Liz Bradley set off up Scafell Pike With plenty of time on their hands the crew took advantage of the local facilities and while Keith Allday was finding B B at the local hotel the rest of the crew were seen heading for MacDonalds There were plenty of stories of long hours at the oars Chic Nic said they had rowed for 16 hours in total and Team No Limit were jubilant after rowing and just scraping into harbour across the outer sill and through the lock gates The extra effort saved them a

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/threepeaks2000/reports/talesreport.html (2016-02-10)
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    Black Sail Youth Hostel passes through Lakeland scenery at its best The riders take country roads through Ennerdale Bridge and then forest trails along the lakeside to reach Gillerthwaite Youth Hostel where the bikes are dropped off Then they run along the trail to reach the remote Black Sail hostel and climb over Black Sail Pass before dropping into Wasdale Head Then comes the climb up Scafell Pike The scenery in Ennerdale is quite unspoilt with almost no buildings or developments at all However the extra distance and especially the extra climbing to cross Black Sail Pass have proved hard As he got back to the boat after being out for more than 13 hours and suffering from severe cramp one of the runners from Thunderchild commented ìIíve never run more than 10 miles before and had no time to do the training Iíve never even been up a mountain î He does come from Essex The youngest runners in the race from Leopard Clipper had no such problems Damon Hoad and Kim Collinson set an amazing time of 7 hours 13 minutes taking the lead in the King of the Mountains competition Which they will keep unless the runners from Bennachie one of the last boats in put in a very competitive time This puts them 30 minutes up on the runners from Charter Continuum and 28 minutes ahead of the team from Red Dragon 2000 They are going to be hard to beat Not so lucky were the 2 South African runners on Sunsail IRPS Angus Ryan survived a headlong bike crash but then Duncan Cordell hurt his knee crossing Black Sail Pass an injury which suddenly worsened on top of Scafell Pike It took a painful 3 hours just to get back to Wasdale Head where their

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    to get deep enough for their 8 6 keel Time for an encouraging hug as Clipper gets ready to slip her moorings Becky Walford turns Clipper from the pontoon Almost the last view of Clipper against the backdrop of Whitehaven

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    It always happens when you least want it a puncture A very quick fix and the team reach the marshal point and take to the trail on foot Approaching the

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    the runners from Chic Nic tells how they got lost on Scafell Pike The runners are back aboard Chic Nic sets off from Whitehaven The rescued runners from Sunsail IPRS arrive back at the Marina Still smiling The Sunsail IPRS

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    rewarded with a sighting of Charter Continuum as she leaves the Sound of Luing Making the most of the wind Ian Hudson Charters skipper pushes her northwards A tack to follow the breeze Ian Hudson at the helm with the

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    behind them Thundachild a Limbo 9 9 appears to be relishing the race A very different cruise from her home waters some of the best scenery on the west coast passes by as Thundachild grip on the Tilman Trophy tightens

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    of any change for the days ahead So its all hands on deck to row With strong tides to make way against and patchy breezes to chase rowing is vital Unable to drop anchor the lead yacht Charter Continuum had to row for hours just to hold its position in adverse tides South of the Isle of Jura Once the tide turned they were swept through the Sound of Jura and on into the Sound of Luing where they finally picked up some breeze It is the same for all the crews rowing between patches of wind and to hold position until the tide turns Thunderchild who are second and have been closing on Charter Continuum reported they had rowed for 16 hours and were staying very close in shore wherever possible They left Whitehaven 12 hours behind but are now within 5 hours and there are more important tidal gates ahead where the leader could be held up Its not over yet and the smaller yacht could still pull off a remarkable win Not so lucky are Red Dragon and Kookabura 2 of the boats from the race s home town of Barmouth Both have retired as they donít

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