Orbital Champions

Orbital Champions

The Orbital Champion is decided on Points gained from a minimum of six events including Open meetings from at least two of the Aphelion areas. You must also have entered either (or both) of the National or Association Championships.

Your six best overall results (from Opens and Championships) will be used to determine your Orbital position.  

The Pingewood Trophy is awarded to the Helm(s) who attend(s) most Events throughout the year and similarly the Club Traveller Trophy is awarded to the ‘most travelled’ club(s).

Year Champion Home Club Pingewood Club Traveller
1988 Craig Moffett Walton on Thames
1989 Andrew Pearce Kingsmead
1990 James Withnal Aylesbury
1991 Henry Jaggers Kingsmead
1992 Guy Wilkins Chipstead
1993 Mark Wilkins Chipstead
1994 Mark Wilkins Chipstead
1995 Jake Sutton Frensham Pond
1996 Mark Wilkins Chipstead
1997 Alex Reeve Taplow Lake
1998 Phil Hossell Evesham
1999 Mark Wilkins Chipstead
2000 Henry Jaggers Staunton Harold
2001 Ian Coppenhall Hunts
2002 Ian Coppenhall Hunts
2003 Ian Coppenhall Hunts
2004 Ian Coppenhall Hunts
2005 Ian Coppenhall Hunts
2006 Ian Coppenhall Hunts John Coppenhall
2007 Mark Coppenhall Hunts John Coppenhall
2008 Chris Robinson Burghfield John Coppenhall
2009 Mark Wilkins Chipstead John Coppenhall
2010 Eddie Pope Littleton John Coppenhall
2011 Eddie Pope Ogston John Coppenhall
2012 Eddie Pope Ogston John Coppenhall
2013 Ian Stone Maidenhead Bob Dodds, Henry Jaggers CMYC
2014 Ian Coppenhall Hunts Chris Robinson CMYC
2015 Ian Coppenhall Hunts John Coppenhall HuSC
2016 Chris Hatton Severn Chris Robinson, John Coppenhall, Henry Jaggers SHSC
2017 Chris Hatton Severn Chris Robinson SeSC
2018 Bob Dodds Crawley Mariners Bob Dodds CMYC
2019 Bob Dodds Crawley Mariners Bob Dodds BuSC
2020 Covid -19 Pandemic – No Events held.
2021 Eddie Pope Ogston Eddie Pope WFSC
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