WEYMOUTH’S Andy Brown stole the show at the RYA Youth National Championships, counting an unprecedented 12-bullets to end his week with the lowest possible points in the RS:X fleet.

This gives Brown, who been training with the Podium Potential Pathway squad, his second Youth Nationals title as he proved unstoppable all week. 

“It feels fantastic to have won again. I knew yesterday I had done it so it’s been great fun today with no pressure at all,” explained Brown.

“It’s been challenging and I’ve been pushed by everyone at points but it’s been great,” he said. “I’ve learnt a lot from it, so it’s been a good week.”

The battle for the lower podium spots continued up until the last race, but it was Josh Carey (Weymouth) who ended his regatta with silver and bronze for Isaac Lines (Toward SC).

It was a second gold for Scottish windsurfers as Erin Watson (Loch Insh) took the girls’ title. Wrapping up her regatta with a 2, 3 Watson finished fifth overall in the RS:X fleet. Lily Young (Weymouth) took silver for the second year running and Islay Watson finished third girl.

Weymouth’s Izzy Adcock dominated the girls’ fleet from the go to walk away with the win and fourth overall.

Adcock, relieved to have taken event honours, said: “It’s a relief to have finished after a good but tiring week.”