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2010 Rolex Sydney Hobart PHS results.

Due to a technical error in last month's Offshore Yachting, a portion of the PHS results table was missing from the printed magazine. While the mistake slipped past the vigilant gaze of our editorial staff, it certainly didn't escape our eagle-eyed readers who competed in PHS! Our apologies, please see below for the full table of results, this time with owners, times and corrected time.
PHS Overall Yacht Name Div Line Placing Elapsed time
 Placing

 1 Flying Fish Arctos 2 47 04:05:15:17

 2 Valheru 2 28 03:23:42:32

 3 CIC Secure Inca 2 64 05:02:26:31

 4 NSC Mahligai 1 30 04:00:09:23

 5 Polaris of Belmont 2 68 05:03:42:56

 6 Merit 1 18 03:09:18:53

 7 She 2 62 05:01:22:34

 8 LMR Solar 2 44 04:04:38:13

 9 Krakatoa II 1 34 04:01:57:34

 10 Wasabi 1 33 04:01:50:30

 11 Obsession 2 51 04:09:06:57

 12 Helsal III 1 26 03:23:17:17

 13 Dodo 1 32 04:00:26:32

 14 Abracadabra 2 60 05:01:18:49

 PHS Yacht Name Handicap Corrected Owner
Overall Time
Placing

 1 Flying Fish 0.9972 04:04:58:16 Martin Silk NSW
 Arctos

 2 Valheru 1.0606 04:05:30:32 Anthony Lyall TAS

 3 CIC Secure 0.8472 04:07:43:58 Noel Sneddon ACT
 Inca

 4 NSC Mahligai 1.1167 04:11:22:40 Murray Owen & Jenny
 Kings NSW

 5 Polaris of 0.8738 04:12:06:10 Chris Dawe NSW
 Belmont

 6 Merit 1.3315 04:12:16:14 Leo Rodriguez QLD

 7 She 0.8935 04:12:26:58 Peter Rodgers NSW

 8 LMR Solar 1.0808 04:12:46:06 Michael Martin NSW

 9 Krakatoa II 1.12 04:13:42:52 Rod Skellet NSW

 10 Wasabi 1.1217 04:13:44:56 Bruce McKay NSW

 11 Obsession 1.0452 04:13:52:01 Nikita Brilliantov NSW

 12 Helsal III 1.225 04:20:43:40 Rob Fisher TAS

 13 Dodo 1.3063 05:05:58:57 Rick Christian NSW

 14 Abracadabra 1.0543 05:07:54:03 James Murchison NSW
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Date:Apr 1, 2011
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