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Haig & Lumley Win Catalina Again

Todd Haig has just notched up his 8th Catalina win and Kim Lumley also adds another to her string of wins bringing the total to 6, as both of them put in superb performances on some tough ocean water this morning.


Peter Proctor set the pace at the start of the race with Todd Haig just a ski line behind. As they approached the island, Haig powered ahead and Randy Davis got the beautiful Nordic round the Catalina turn just ahead of Mike Avila’s Warpath towing Peter Proctor.

The two teams put up a spectacular race back to Long Beach with Haig’s & Proctor’s crews waving to their skiers as they race with just a few ski line length between them at any one time. But it was Haig who won his 8th Catalina and Proctor took a very close 2nd position, repeating their last year’s positions. Wayne Mawer took 3rd position.

Kim Lumley won the Women’s. Katelin Wendt was 2nd and Ann Proctor 3rd.

I haven’t received the results but keep checking

I want to thank Jeff Barrus for arranging my ride in a chopper and a true professional team who were Johnny the pilot and Jamie the cameraman. The footage we took along with footage from another chopper, plane, boat-cams, skier-cams and beach camera will make for the best Catalina DVD ever.

Todd Haig after his 8th Catalina win from Robbie Llewellyn on Vimeo.

Kim Lumley after her 6th Catalina win from Robbie Llewellyn on Vimeo.




If you can pick up the following Californian TV channels, the footage we took will be shown today on:
Channel 2 : 3pm
Channel 7 : 5 & 6pm
Channel 5 : 10pm news
Channel 4 : Don’t know time
Channel 11 : 10pm
Times shown are local Los Angeles times

Unofficial TURN & FINISH positions (uncorrected) are shown below.

Official results here



Official results here

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