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Etchells 2013 World Championship - Day 3 Results

by Sail-world.com on 13 Jun 2013
Etchells racing in the earlier Italian Championships . ..
Etchells World Championship 2013 Yacht Club Cala de Medici, Rosignano Marittimo, Italy. Two races were completed on Day 3. Westerlies turning to north westerlies as the day progressed. The winds were 10-12 for the first race and 12-15 for the second race. With five races competed, the race discard now comes into play. In the first race of the day (the fourth one of the series) the Swiss entry skippered by Seamus McHugh (with the 2007 world champion Andy Beadsworth as tactician and Simon Fry as crew) took the lead at the top mark and was unchallenged to take the gun. Second across the line was Peter Duncan (USA) and Beckmann. The second race was tougher than the first one with crowded mark roundings resulted then in a lot of protests: winner of the race was American Argyle Campbell in USA 1375 with crew Robert Kinney and Jamie Hardenbergh. The 2004 World Champion Australia´s Peter McNeil was second ahead of Bekhmann. After five races, one discard, the leader of the general provisional results is still 'The Martian' USA 1378, skippered by Marvin Beckman with crew Steve Hunt and Ezra Culver, continues to lead the fleet posting a pair of thirds today. Second is McHugh while Hong Kong sailor and European champion Ante Razmilovich is on third place. Tomorrow two more races starting from noon, with two more races the following day. Sail-World.com is chasing images from this event. We will run as soon as they are available. Risultati Etchells CLASSIFICA GENERALE DOPO 5 PROVA CON 1 SCARTO Punteggi presi in considerazione 1 scarto No Numero Nome Punti 1 2 3 4 5 1 USA 1378 Marvin Beckmann, United States, 07, Marvin Beckmann The Martian 10,0 1 3 (9 ) 3 3 2 SUI 1403 Seamus McHugh, Switzerland, 03, McHugh/Beadsworth No Dramas 27,0 8 5 (15 ) 1 13 3 HKG 1333 Ante Razmilovic, Hong Kong, 33, Ante Razmilovic Swedish Blue 29,0 (15 ) 2 12 4 11 4 USA 1372 Skip Dieball, United States, 45, John McClean Aretas 29,0 6 7 (dsq ) 8 8 5 AUS 1325 Peter McNeill, Australia, 30, Gleadhill/McNeill Iris III 30,0 (25 ) 16 5 7 2 6 USA 1375 Argyle Campbell, United States, 06, Argyle Campbell 1375 38,0 (24 ) 20 8 9 1 7 AUS 1382 Peter Chappell, Australia, 38, Peter Chappell 1382 38,0 12 6 3 (27 ) 17 8 AUS 963 Grantham Kitto, Australia, 20, Kitto/Moore The Rat 38,0 13 4 4 17 (27) 9 NZL 1348 Andrew Wills, New Zeland, 18, Wills/Masfen Feng Shui 38,0 7 9 (16 ) 13 9 10 USA 1397 Peter S. Duncan, United States, 09, Peter S. Duncan Raging Rooster 39,0 19 13 2 5 (20) 11 BER 1394 Mark Watson, Bermuda, 04, Ted Forte Tiburon 40,0 (21 ) 14 13 6 7 12 GRE 1265 George Andreadis, United Kingdom, 26, George Andreadis Efyra III 43,0 18 (23 ) 1 2 22 13 AUS 947 Noel Drennan, Australia, 19, Noel Drennan Magpie 44,0 10 (17 ) 14 14 6 14 IRL 1015 Richard Burrows, Ireland, 15, R&D Burrows Matatu Dubh 47,0 3 19 10 (26 ) 15 15 USA 1388 Gary Gilbert, United States, 08, Gary Gilbert ANNIE 49,0 11 15 (29 ) 18 5 16 USA 1137 Shannon W Bush, United States, 42, Shannon W Bush La Tormenta 50,0 (32 ) 11 17 10 12 17 GBR 1331 James Howells, United Kingdom, 31, James Howells Gelert 52,0 35 1 (dsq ) 12 4 18 GBR 1354 David Franks, United Kingdom, 27, David Franks Elvis 55,0 5 24 6 20 (34) 19 USA 1264 George Francisco, United States, 12, Francisco/Guerreiro USA 1264 61,0 14 (26 ) 7 21 19 20 AUS 1165 Doug Flynn, Australia, 16, Doug Flynn Wobbegong 63,0 (31 ) 12 25 16 10 21 GBR 1036 Robert Elliot, United Kingdom, 43, Robert Elliot Esprit 67,0 4 29 11 23 (33) 22 AUS 1391 Chris Hampton, Australia, 39, Chris Hampton Tango 75,0 16 (25 ) 23 11 25 23 AUS 1335 Robert Hanna, Australia, 35, tba (charter) Evelina 76,0 2 (31 ) 26 22 26 24 GBR 1352 Shaun Frohlich, United Kingdom, 02, Shaun Frohlich Exabyte 79,0 22 18 (dsq ) 25 14 25 ITA 1037 Roberto Pardini, Italy, 37, Gianluca Poli Paola 93,0 (33 ) 22 18 30 23 26 AUS 1144 David Healey, Australia, 44, Healey/Paterson Rapscallion 94,0 30 (32 ) 22 24 18 27 AUS 1361 Jake Gunther, Australia, 36, Collingwood/Gunther Dawn Raid 95,0 (41 ) 21 27 31 16 28 USA 1405 Josè Fuentes, United States, 05, Josè Fuentes Caramba 98,0 (36 ) 8 30 36 24 29 UKR 1297 Vasyl Gureyev, Ukraine, 41, Vasyl Gureyev ARCTHUR 100,0 27 (40 ) 24 19 30 30 USA 971 Kjeld Hestehave, United States, 21, Kjeld Hestehave Spirit of Freedom 105,0 17 27 (dsq ) 32 29 31 UAE 1400 Jan Muysken, United Arab Emirates, 00, Jan Muysken African Queen 109,0 38 28 28 15 (dnf) 32 ITA 993 Ottavio Cimarosti, Italy, 34, Ottavio Cimarosti Motomar 109,0 23 30 19 (40 ) 37 33 GBR 1329 Rob Goddard, United Kingdom, 29, Rob Goddard Stampede 112,0 (39 ) 33 21 37 21 34 SIN 1067 Thomas Alexander, Singapore, 10, Thomas Alexander Johnny Bravo 113,0 29 10 (dsq ) 38 36 35 AUS 1022 Doug Kerr, Australia, 22, Doug Kerr Screaming Plum 115,0 (40 ) 34 20 29 32 36 GBR 992 Nick Stagg, United Kingdom, 28, Nick Stagg China White 119,0 9 (41 ) 33 39 38 37 AUS 1150 Bill Steele, Australia, 14, Bill Steele Chelsea Lady 119,0 28 (38 ) 35 28 28 38 IRL 1323 Stephen Quinn, Ireland, 32, Quinn/O'Flaherty Fetching 120,0 20 35 31 34 (dnf) 39 NED 954 Alex Lacy, Netherlands, 40, Alex Lacy Conjurer 128,0 26 (36 ) 36 35 31 40 GBR 1353 E. S. Fort OBE, United Kingdom, 25, E. S. Fort OBE Lady Susan 138,0 34 37 34 33 (dnf) 41 ITA 1116 Andrea Poli, Italy, 11, Andrea Poli Vlag 143,0 37 39 32 (41 ) 35
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