Port Nelson Sea Swims, Race four, November 28, 2019

A sombre night, with low cloud and low water, but conditions were pretty good, although the chop coming back was a surprise and there seemed to be a bit of early current from the incoming tide.

As usual, Luke Kelly led out on the 900m swim, with a large group to the first mark, spreading a bit on leg two to the dolphin. On the long stretch back to the final marker, Luke, Fergus Drummond and Bendi Kepess broke away to contest a very tight finish, Oxford Bayley and Hayden Squance were next, with a gap back to Abbey Smale. Terry Bone, Nic Hall, Hamish Neill and Sophie Alexander rounded out the top ten.

Here’s the results: click here

The winner of the free entry to The Big Tahuna was finisher 77, Dawn Chalmers. Congratulations Dawn – email me at petergibbs96@gmail.com for the free entry code. Another free entry will be drawn next week.

Photos by Pete Marshall: click here

Points to date: click here

Story on Sportzhub: click here