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June 2018

PAUL GOODISON (GBR)

 Nomination
Not being in the Artemis race crew last year must have lit some kind of a fire under the 2008 Laser gold medallist, who has won his third straight Moth world title (Moth, foiling monohull, AC75, just saying – ed). Runner-up this year was Luna Rossa tactician Francesco Bruni while last year on Lake Garda Goody topped what felt like half the Cup sailors from Bermuda. In that one it went Goodison, Burling, Jensen and Slingsby. Enough for you?
 Why they won
‘Forget the past victories, back-to-back Moth Worlds against the best in the world… amazing sailor’ – Peter Morton; ‘Goodie’s roll is not likely to stop any time soon’ – Tom Burnham; ‘Paul is one of the nicest guys out there – he goes out of his way to help anybody, even me (the bullshit of the last Cup was probably not for him!)’ – Peter Whipp; ‘Goodie is the man! Super Fun hanging with him in Florida this winter learning to foil; an epic nice guy who shares his knowledge with great pride and endless humour!’ – Cam Lewis.