The adrenaline fuelled Honda Youth Rib Challenge is coming to Girton on Saturday 3rd of June. Spectators welcome to come and watch as the normally tranquil sailing lagoon becomes a petrol fuelled racing arena!
The racing calendar has been updated and can be downloaded from the ‘Racing’ page. Key Changes include novice-friendly races and a ‘social sailing’ day
Girton Sailing Club’s brilliant camping week is back on for 2017. There’s loads to see and do! It’s going to be mammoth!
Essential knowledge for any dinghy racer! In the clubhouse Thursday 10th May 7pm
Spring Series results using RYA PY Handicap. Read More
New for 2018 Girton SC is trialling the use of personal handicaps. Results for this series will be published in both personal and RYA handicap format. Read More
The Notice of Race for the Miracle Puddleduck Open at Girton SC is now available to download from the event page.
Racing Rules evening Always wanted to understand the rules of dinghy racing better. Good understanding of the rules will help you more competitive since part of the ‘water-based chess game’ that is sailboat racing is using the rules to your
Report by Bob Warriner, Girton SC Nottinghamshire’s Girton Sailing Club hosted the first event of the year for the Noble Marine Supernova Travellers Series. The meeting was well attended by 17 competitors travelling from as far as Worcester, Milton Keynes,
Girton’s Tony Bleasdale finished in second place behind the dominant Tim Hand. Our own Eddie Johnson took fifth including a fourth place in race two. In the battle of the Girton girls, Joanne Daubney pipped Amie King due to a
The 2018 Racing Calendar is now available to view or download! Get organised for the new season!
Six Girton Sailors attended the annual Tiger Trophy at Rutland Water Sailing Club. It’s a hotly contested race attracting some of the very best sailors including Olympic medal winners and class champions looking for some winter time on the water.
Girton Sailors travelled to Notts County Sailing Club on New Year’s Day, a charity event in aid of Maggies Centres. Steve Bishop (Solo) came second overall with Ed Johnson (Supernova) 33rd. Notably, Amie King (Supernova) wasn’t far behind in 35th