Dylan McPherson & Dylan Collingbourne

Dylan McPherson and Dylan Collingbourne are Team Dylan Squared. Having won the UK RS Feva Class Association Spring Championships at Hayling Island in 2016, the pairing has just retained the title with a win in 2017.

http://www.yachtsandyachting.com/news/195027/Lennon-Racewear-RS-Feva-Spring-Championship

Both helm and crew sail with Burnham Sailing Club and attend Ormiston Rivers Academy. Liz Adams, Managing Director of Allen Brothers said, “We have a longstanding policy of supporting youth sailing and I am really pleased to be helping a talented and deserving local sailor.”

2 thoughts on “Dylan McPherson & Dylan Collingbourne

  1. RS Feva Winter Championships 2016, WPNSA

    Windy, wet and cold but this didn’t stop the Feva and 200 classes from going out and enjoying a tremendous regatta. This was a memorable event for me and Dylan (McPherson) as we sailed in the same regatta as Ben Saxton, Nacra Olympian.

    It was a tough regatta as it was physically demanding for us due to our weight in the boat and the wind but made it through the first day with a 1st, 2nd and a 3rd. At the end of day 1 we were in the lead by 5 points and were confident for the second day.

    The winds were stronger so we had to work harder on the next day but first race we achieved a 1st which was followed by a 6th that meant we had won the regatta with a race to go.

    In these conditions our Allen spinnaker ratchet blocks certainly paid off – the more I use them, the more I think they are an essential piece of kit

    It was an outstanding end to the season which will be followed by the Burnham Squiddie training in order to improve in events next year such as the Nationals in Torbay and Worlds in Medlenbeck, Holland, but first a return trip to Hayling to defend our Start Of Seasons title.

    Dylan Collingbourne – Team Allen

  2. Congratulations to the two Dylans, Collingbourne and McPherson, on their win at the RS Feva Winter Championships

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