Paddlers on various iterations of the Horizon F14 took three of the top 25 places in this year’s Head Of The Dart which saw 142 starters. Dave Grover was second in the Veteran 52+ age group.
This board is rampant from a standing start and accelerates like a pack of shoppers heading for a Black Friday sale. To date, it is the best board I’ve ever used in anger – Bryce Dwyer
Bryce Dyer – 17th – 01:21:25
Dave Grover – 21st – 01:22:11
Andrew Thompson – 25th – 01:22:51
Bryce Dyer – 14th
Dave Grover – 16th
Andrew Thompson – 19th
Bryce Dyer – 11th
Andrew Thompson – 7th
Dave Grover – 2nd (1st 52+, 14 foot class)
Alternating in direction annually, this year the paddle began in the historic naval town of Dartmouth and finishing by the Rowing Club eight miles inland in Totnes.
Horizon F14s were on hand of demos including the new chameleon board.