1st place with C-Tech mast at the 12ft Skiff Interdominion Champ's 2010
C-Tech masts dominated the 12ft Skiff 50th Interdominions in 2010 on Auckland harbour, all top 10 12ft Skiffs raced with C-Tech 12ft Skiff masts
Five times winner Alex Vallings from C-Tech placed 3rd this year, missing out to Australian winners on "Dimension Polyant Aus" Nick Press & Brad Yabsley.
Photo courtesy: Garrick Cameron at Studio5
Ronstan 505 Australian Nationals 4th place with a C-Tech boom 2010
Congratulations to the 505 'Peoplebank' boys Daryl Roos and Dan Keys who placed 4th in the 505 Australian Nationals in 2010.
C-Tech are exclusive supplier to 13ft Skiff National Titles with carbon masts & spinnaker pole prods 2010
Congratulations to Rob Size and Scott Cotton who won the 2010 13ft Skiff National Champ's with a C-Tech 13ft Skiff mast, prod & tiller This success follows their 2009 win at the NSW State Champ's.
22 boats raced from NSW and Queensland, all sailing with C-Tech standard modulus masts and prods. The regatta took place at Belmont 16ft Skiff Club, Lake Macquarie. For more info' visit 13ft Skiff website
Thomas Hansson-Mild wins OK Dinghy World Champ's with C-Tech mast 2009
Congratulations to Thomas Hansson-Mild who won the 2009 OK Dinghy World Champ's in Sweden.
"Thanks for a World winning mast!" Thomas Hansson-Mild
Thomas raced with a high-modulus C-Tech carbon OK mast a further 7 OK dinghies racing with C-Tech masts placed in the top 10. It was a closely defended Championship with defending Champion Karl Purdie beaten by 1 point.
12ft Skiff Interdominions, 2nd place to 5x Winner with C-Tech mast 2009
Alex Vallings from C-Tech placed 2nd in the 12ft Skiff Interdominions with a C-Tech 12ft Skiff mast
Australian Sailing Magazine reported the following:
NS14 State Championships won with C-Tech mast 2009
Chris Gardner & Aaron Gardner sailing "Wildfire" won using a C-Tech NS14 carbon mast
The ABI Group 41st NS14 NSW State Championships were held over the Easter weekend at the Lake Macquarie Yacht Club, NSW, Australia.
Photo courtesy: Chris Gardner