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Matt Bugg’s impressive start on Road to Paralympic Games in Rio

  • Matt Bugg to start his 2.4m Paralympic Campaign at Poole, UK (Photo by Poole Yacht Club)

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Tasmanian sailor Matt Bugg has made an impressive start to his campaign towards again representing Australia in the International 2.4mR class at the 2016 Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro.

Bugg has finished a close second overall in his first overseas regatta since the London 2012 Paralympics, the British Tidal open 2.4mR championship sailed over the weekend from Poole Yacht Club on the south coast of England.

This will be the venue for the 2.4mR open world championship in early September which, like the weekend event, will be open to both able bodied and disabled sailors.

Winner of the UK Tidal championship was British Sailing Team member Megan Pascoe who narrowly lost selection to represent Great Britain in the London Paralympics.

The selected sailor, Helena Lucas, won the gold medal with Matt Bugg a close seventh.

Megan Pascoe set the pace in the championship at Poole, winning the first three races, with Bugg a competitive second in each race.

Bugg won race five and going into the seventh and final race was within two points of the Englishwoman.   Pascoe notched up her fifth win in that race to finish the regatta with a net 8 points.

Bugg finished fourth, to end the regatta with 12 points, comfortably ahead of third placegetter Bruce Hill (GBR), with Canberra sailor Michael Leydon also sailing impressively to finish fourth overall.

The two Australians were the only two non-GBR sailors in the fleet of 24. Bugg notched up a first, four seconds, a third and fourth place; Leydon’s top placings were two thirds.

“Matt and Michael both sailed well, getting good starts and always being well positioned around the course,” coach Richard Scarr who, like Matt Bugg, a member of the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania.

“We have spent the past six months getting in some intensive sailing on the Derwent, working on sail development, technical improvements to the boat and on race strategy, working with other 2.4mR sailors from Canberra,” Scarr added.

The Australians will train this week with the British team before heading to Kinsale in Ireland for the IFDS Disabled Sailors World Championships from August 22-30.

By Peter Campbell


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