Why slag off event management in public like this , or is it your last course of action after contacting organisers ( who I assume are volunteer human beans running an event for follow sailors , not for their own self gratification ).
I could understand your posting if you have offered them your constructive criticism and received unfavourable or no response , if so this would be worth mentioning .
I have no interest in this event other than being a sailor .
Pete's post does not to me read as a slag. It is a reasoned criticism which is not personal and as such is entirely valid, especially, coming as it does, from a respected, experienced and popular... more
Re: Scottish IRC Championships Anonymous,Wed May 9 08:27
He's posting this before the event and I'm sure will also be contacting the committee. If more poeple also do this, then there is a greater chance that there will be change to the SI's. He's taken... more
I think Peter has probably got bored of pointing this out as he alludes to in his opening line "once again disappoints". The Scottish IRCs have disappointed in their race management for a few years... more
I'm sure the intentions with the post were good. After all I'd put good money on some boats not reading the sailing instructions and then thinking wtf when they started racing. Whatever angle you... more
Even if the technical content of the post was accurate and it may well be the side comments and inference was not necessary by the author "Pete". A forum is not the place to do it. I am sure an... more
Dear Anonymous, I agree with Pete and knowing Pete as I do, I find it difficult to believe he has anything other than the sportís best interest at heart. If you want to try the argument of volunteers ... more
I actually hope that your next post you put your name to it. Pete, is always wright. It would seem from his post he has been fustrated trying to get the rules correct. If someone protested that the... more