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Marlows Jack Aitken receives another 1st!!

#Marlow sponsored Jack Aitken update:

The Final Europa cup is over and it’s another win for #JackAitken!!

The regatta was held in Dziwnow Poland the same venue as the up and coming Radial Worlds, Jake was 4th over all and 1st under 19 again!!

Its been a great tour and a great set of results for Jack:

 

  • 1st under 19 Weymouth Europa cup
  • 4th under 19 Germany Europa Cup
  • 8th Youth European Championships
  • 1st under 19 Germany Europa Cup
  • 1st under 19 Dziwnow Poland Europa Cup

 

Next up for Jack is the Men's Radial Worlds then, the Youth Worlds is the week after.

Good luck Jack and well done on a Excellent European Tour!

 
Marlow at DVD EXPO 25th/26th June

EXHIBITING AT DVD 25th - 26th June STAND No. C3 - 150


DVD is one of the most important events in the defence diary for those involved in the equipment and support for the UK's Land Forces. DVD is Defence Equipment and Support's (DE&S) annual stakeholder event for the Land Equipment community. DVD brings together the acquisition community with military personnel and industry organisations for two days of informal discussion and briefings.

DVD2014 will be held on 25th and 26th June 2014 and will be jointly sponsored by the Army and DE&S Land Equipment, recognising the new capability role taken on by the Army as part of Defence Transformation.

 
Bicester launch with Marlow D12

Bicester Gliding Club – Launch with Marlow Excel D12!

In order to launch a glider you need a little assistance and at Bicester Gliding Club they use Marlow EXCEL D12.
The glider is attached to a long length of 6mm EXCEL D12 which is wound back into the winch at such a speed that it provides the glider with its flying speed. Once airborne the rope is released leaving the glider to swoop and soar in the thermals!
Excel D12 made with Dyneema® has taken over from traditional wire rope in this application as it is lighter, stronger and safer, allowing easier and less dangerous launches.

http://www.marlowropes.com/products/winch-lines.html

 

The Everett B. Morris Trophy is awarded annually to the Marlow Ropes College Sailor of the Year for outstanding performance at the highest level of sailing in the collegiate year. The trophy is named in memory of a distinguished journalist who spent more than 30 years, as a yachting writer and editor. This year there were two finalists for the prestigious award: Nevin Snow (San Diego, Calif.), a sophomore at Georgetown University and Graham Landy (Norfolk, Va.), a junior at Yale University.

Snow placed second overall and third in A-division with his team at the 2014 Gill Coed National Championship. He also finished fifth with his team at the 2014 APS Team Race National Championship. He was named an All-American for the 2013 season, his freshman year at Georgetown. Snow has already had an impressive collegiate sailing career as a sophomore.

The winner, calculated by the numbers, who is also the A-division and overall winner of the 2014 Gill Coed Dinghy National Championship is Graham Landy. Landy won the 2014 APS Team Race National Championship with his team and has had a stellar spring season. Landy has also been named an All-American twice, in 2012 and 2013.

“This spring I have sailed better than I ever have in college,” says Landy. “In the back of my mind I hoped that I might win this honor at some point in college, but it has not been my main focus, the Yale team comes first,” he explains.

Landy credits his head coach Zach Leonard and assistant coach Bill Healy as being great mentors for him in college sailing and helping him refine his approach to sailing. Landy grew up sailing in Norfolk, Va. at Norfolk Yacht and Country Club. He is studying History at Yale.

 

The Everett B. Morris Trophy is awarded annually to the Marlow Ropes College Sailor of the Year for outstanding performance at the highest level of sailing in the collegiate year. The trophy is named in memory of a distinguished journalist who spent more than 30 years, as a yachting writer and editor. This year there were two finalists for the prestigious award: Nevin Snow (San Diego, Calif.), a sophomore at Georgetown University and Graham Landy (Norfolk, Va.), a junior at Yale University.

Snow placed second overall and third in A-division with his team at the 2014 Gill Coed National Championship. He also finished fifth with his team at the 2014 APS Team Race National Championship. He was named an All-American for the 2013 season, his freshman year at Georgetown. Snow has already had an impressive collegiate sailing career as a sophomore.

The winner, calculated by the numbers, who is also the A-division and overall winner of the 2014 Gill Coed Dinghy National Championship is Graham Landy. Landy won the 2014 APS Team Race National Championship with his team and has had a stellar spring season. Landy has also been named an All-American twice, in 2012 and 2013.

“This spring I have sailed better than I ever have in college,” says Landy. “In the back of my mind I hoped that I might win this honor at some point in college, but it has not been my main focus, the Yale team comes first,” he explains.

Landy credits his head coach Zach Leonard and assistant coach Bill Healy as being great mentors for him in college sailing and helping him refine his approach to sailing. Landy grew up sailing in Norfolk, Va. at Norfolk Yacht and Country Club. He is studying History at Yale.

 
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