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    M1 Chris Steele 36 Below Racing 1 vs 0 Patrik Sturesson Team Accure
    M2 Chris VanTol VanTol Racing 0 vs 1 Sam Gilmour Neptune Racing
    M3 Matthew Jerwood Redline Racing 1 vs 0 Nathan Hollerbach Hollerbach Racing
    M4 David Storrs Pequot Racing Team 1 vs 0 Ryan Seago Seago Racing Team
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    M5 Matthew Jerwood Redline Racing 1 vs 0 David Niemann No Team
    M6 Patrik Sturesson Team Accure 1 vs 0 Ryan Seago Seago Racing Team
    M7 Chris VanTol VanTol Racing 0 vs 1 Nathan Hollerbach Hollerbach Racing
    M8 Chris Poole Riptide Racing 1 vs 0 Chris Steele 36 Below Racing
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    M9 Chris VanTol VanTol Racing 1 vs 0 David Niemann No Team
    M10 Chris Poole Riptide Racing 1 vs 0 Patrik Sturesson Team Accure
    M11 Chris Steele 36 Below Racing 1 vs 0 David Storrs Pequot Racing Team
    M12 Sam Gilmour Neptune Racing 1 vs 0 Nathan Hollerbach Hollerbach Racing
  • Repecharge - Flight 4 View all results
    M13 Chris Poole Riptide Racing 1 vs 0 David Storrs Pequot Racing Team
    M14 Chris Steele 36 Below Racing 1 vs 0 Ryan Seago Seago Racing Team
    M15 Sam Gilmour Neptune Racing 1 vs 0 David Niemann No Team
    M16 Chris VanTol VanTol Racing 0 vs 1 Matthew Jerwood Redline Racing
  • Repecharge - Flight 5 View all results
    M17 Chris Poole Riptide Racing 0 vs 1 Ryan Seago Seago Racing Team
    M18 Matthew Jerwood Redline Racing 1 vs 0 Sam Gilmour Neptune Racing
    M19 Nathan Hollerbach Hollerbach Racing 1 vs 0 David Niemann No Team
    M20 David Storrs Pequot Racing Team 1 vs 0 Patrik Sturesson Team Accure
  • Repecharge - Flight 6 View all results
    M21 Chris Poole Riptide Racing 0 vs 1 Matthew Jerwood Redline Racing
    M22 Ryan Seago Seago Racing Team 1 vs 0 David Niemann No Team
    M23 Chris VanTol VanTol Racing 1 vs 0 Patrik Sturesson Team Accure
    M24 Chris Steele 36 Below Racing 1 vs 0 Nathan Hollerbach Hollerbach Racing
  • Repecharge - Flight 7 View all results
    M25 David Storrs Pequot Racing Team 0 vs 1 David Niemann No Team
    M26 Chris VanTol VanTol Racing 0 vs 1 Chris Steele 36 Below Racing
    M27 Ryan Seago Seago Racing Team 0 vs 1 Nathan Hollerbach Hollerbach Racing
    M28 Patrik Sturesson Team Accure 0 vs 1 Sam Gilmour Neptune Racing
  • Repecharge - Flight 8 View all results
    M29 Chris Steele 36 Below Racing 0 vs 0 David Niemann No Team
    M30 Sam Gilmour Neptune Racing 0 vs 0 Ryan Seago Seago Racing Team
    M31 David Storrs Pequot Racing Team 0 vs 0 Matthew Jerwood Redline Racing
    M32 Chris VanTol VanTol Racing 0 vs 0 Chris Poole Riptide Racing
  • Repecharge - Flight 9 View all results
    M33 Patrik Sturesson Team Accure 0 vs 0 Matthew Jerwood Redline Racing
    M34 Chris Poole Riptide Racing 0 vs 0 Nathan Hollerbach Hollerbach Racing
    M35 Chris VanTol VanTol Racing 0 vs 0 David Storrs Pequot Racing Team
    M36 Chris Steele 36 Below Racing 0 vs 0 Sam Gilmour Neptune Racing
  • Repecharge - Flight 10 View all results
    M37 Chris VanTol VanTol Racing 0 vs 0 Ryan Seago Seago Racing Team
    M38 Patrik Sturesson Team Accure 0 vs 0 David Niemann No Team
    M39 David Storrs Pequot Racing Team 0 vs 0 Nathan Hollerbach Hollerbach Racing
    M40 Chris Poole Riptide Racing 0 vs 0 Sam Gilmour Neptune Racing
  • Repecharge - Flight 11 View all results
    M41 Patrik Sturesson Team Accure 0 vs 0 Nathan Hollerbach Hollerbach Racing
    M42 Matthew Jerwood Redline Racing 0 vs 0 Ryan Seago Seago Racing Team
    M43 David Storrs Pequot Racing Team 0 vs 0 Sam Gilmour Neptune Racing
    M44 Chris Poole Riptide Racing 0 vs 0 David Niemann No Team
  • Repecharge - Flight 12 View all results
    M45 Chris Steele 36 Below Racing 0 vs 0 Matthew Jerwood Redline Racing

SMALL DEVON BUSINESS TAKES ON THE OLYMPIC BEHEMOTH AT NATIONAL TV AWARDS

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Match Day Statistics
Sam Gilmour - 34 races won
Matthew Jerwood - 29 races won
Chris Steele - 28 races won
David Storrs - 25 races won
Chris Poole - 23 races won
Patrik Sturesson - 13 races won
Donald Wilson - 10 races won
Nathan Hollerbach - 10 races won
Eric Monnin - 10 races won
Ryan Seago - 7 races won
Chris VanTol - 6 races won
Steven Lowery - 5 races won
Will Holtz - 4 races won
Lance Fraser - 3 races won
David Niemann - 2 races won
Nevin Snow - 2 races won
Charles Lalumiere - 2 races won
Christophe Killian - 2 races won
Dave Perry - 0 races won
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London, UK (Sunday 30th June): Red Handed TV, the independent production company based in Totnes, has been shortlisted at this year's National Broadcast Digital Awards against massive competition in the form of BBC's coverage of the Olympics.

It takes on monumentally stiff competition in the 'Best Live Event Coverage' category where it will also be judged against Channel 4's coverage of the Paralympics and the French Open 2012 by ITV Sport and Input Media production.

The prestigious awards panel shortlists only world class projects and this is the third year in a row that Red Handed TV has made the final list of nominees. It's coverage of the internationally renowned sailing competition the World Match Racing Tour (WMRT) in 2012 was used by 39 international broadcasters including the BBC, CNBC, Eurosport and Sky and has been noted for transforming live sailing television.

The small company faces huge challenges to provide the coverage. Unpredictable and at times dangerous sea conditions can work against the large team of highly trained cameramen, and the director and editing team have to work creatively and fast to deliver interesting and relevant story-telling. Its coverage, which also won an Royal Television Society Award in 2012, has been described as “dynamic” and “exciting”.

Redhanded TV was formed in 2008 by Sam Usher, a former professional dancer and choreographer. It has an ambitious senior team and has seen impressive growth across its sport and corporate divisions over the past 18 months.

Sam Usher says: “I am bloody delighted with this nomination, especially significant in Olympic year. The team works hard and fast with a limitless amount of ambition to produce the very best it can. Everyone questions the status quo, pushing to see how we can deliver bigger and better work, and being shortlisted in such brilliant company reflects and rewards that approach. It's not always easy – deadlines and budgets are constantly being squeezed, but we carry on with determined enthusiasm and a love for our work that hopefully shows in the end product."

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