World Sailing
THE IJSC EVENT REPORTING SYSTEM
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THIS SECTION MAY BE COMPLETED BY ANY JURY MEMBER
Comments on rule questions, new interpretations, problems, unpopular Rule 62 (Redress) decisions, summary of the facts, conclusions and decisions of Rule 69 (Allegations of Gross Misconduct) actions, problems with Sailing Instructions or Notice of Race and experience with experimental procedures.
The OA, Royal Brighton Yacht Club, was excellent in their hospitality towards race officials, competitors and support persons. The race management was very efficient. A morning briefing was held each morning with the OA, the coaches, key race officials, course representatives and the Jury. This helped to provide exchanges of viewpoints enabling coaches to give feedback and allowed quick and easy resolutions to potential problems.

Sail Melbourne 2023 was held in conjunction with the Australian Para Sailing Championships, thereby bringing a good number of competitors from the Para classes.

There were three courses. The Jury team of six was provided with three good jury vessels. Two judges required reference assessments: one to be an NJ and the other to be an IJ. Both chaired and scribed during hearings. They were paired on the water with an IJ.

There were four Olympians in the ILCA 7 fleet and several of the ILCA 6 athletes had taken part in past ILCA World Championships. Therefore, the level and standard of racing were quite high. Two jury vessels were assigned daily to cover the ILCA 7 and ILCA 6 respectively. One jury vessel covered the skiffs and 470 class.

Appendix T applied. In one of the cases, the respondent chose to retire rather than take a Post-Race Penalty available/offered to her. - SGPJN1
Ner of classes: 15
Entries: 154
Ner of Countries represented: 14
Ner of Races sailed: 159
Ner of requests for redress: 2
Ner of requests for redress for OCS: 0
Ner of requests for OCS granted: 0
Total number of hearings: 7
Total number of arbitrations: 2
Penalty %: 0
To be completed only if Appendix P was applied.
Number of First Penalties (Appendix P2.1): 3
Number of Second Penalties (Appendix P2.2): 0
Number of Third Penalties (Appendix P2.3): 0
P2.3 Subsequent Penalties: 0
Event:
2023 Sail Melbourne
Date Event Started
14 January 2023
Event Location:
Royal Brighton Yacht Club, Melbourne, AUS
Group Event belongs:
L - SW Pacific
Jury Chairman's name:
Philippe Mazard
Jury chairman's email:
ph.mazard@lagoon.nc
Judge submitting report:
Jerrold Ng
Email of judge submitting report:
sailjerrold@hotmail.com
PRO at event :
Stephen Aulich
PRO sailorID and status:
AUSSA17 ( IRO )
Email of PRO submitting report:
stephenaulich@gmail.com
Was this an International Jury Panel ?
Yes
 
Please name each judge (including the chairman) and their country and IJ or NJ certification. one per line
Mark Townsend USAMT37 / IJ
Byungho Song KORBS3 / NJ
Jerrold Ng SGPJN1 / IJ
Philippe Mazard FRAPM49 / IJ
Peter Hannah AUSPH38 / NJ
Richard Geake-Ransome AUSRG20 / NJ
Mark Townsend USAMT37 / IJ
Byungho Song KORBS3 / NJ
Jerrold Ng SGPJN1 / IJ
Philippe Mazard FRAPM49 / IJ
Peter Hannah AUSPH38 / NJ
Richard Geake-Ransome AUSRG20 / NJ