The GBR 14 Challenge trophy was an 15mm thick aluminum sail shape on a 2cm thick aluminum mirror hull shaped base engraved around the edge was gbr14 challenge trophy. In the center of the sail was a clear epoxy lozenge with real opel chips in it representing sailing boats. The trophy was made by Vosper-Mantech ( of Vosper Thornicroft heritage) kindly donated by Neil Cooke and first awarded in 2003 at the 40th Anniversary Inlands at Wraysbury Lake.
it was supposed to go to the top non-prize winning junior boat who did every race at the National Inland Championships.
Here are some photographs of past winners
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|2003||Dan Ellis||There was a bun fight over it after due to someone claiming a different way of calculating the results|