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Champions ProfileSteve Bolland
Learnt to sail in the family Heron and GP14 before crewing for my brother in a Mirror, Enterprise and Merlin in pre-teen and teenage years.
Started helming at university in a Lark in the 1980s before eventually winning the Lark Nationals (at the thirteenth time of asking) in 2000. Moved into the RS300 in 2002 and has been National Champion since 2008. Currently sails at Bristol Corinthian YC having been a member of Draycote Water for many years.
My Winning Tip
Get fit and practise. Run, go to the gym, whatever. The 300 is a physical boat and fitness has a huge impact on speed. I’m a lot closer to 50 than 40, let’s face it I’m closer to 50 than I am to 45, so I have to stay fit to keep up with the young guns. Practise heeling the boat to windward upwind and never stop working downwind.