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Etchells Worlds 2012 Sydney - Final Day forecast and full results list

by Rob Kothe and the Sail-World Team on 25 Feb 2012
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Etchells Worlds 2012, Sydney. A Postcard day forecast for Race 9 in the series. The fleet is heading for the Manly Circle course off Sydney Heads.




Etchells World Championships 2012
18-25 February, 2012
Boat Information Race
Place Bow Country Sail Skipper 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Total
1 25 AUS 925 * Tom King 2 6 3 2 2 14 - 16 4 33
2 47 AUS 947 Graeme Taylor 4 1 - 12 10 7 10 11 3 46
3 03 AUS 1383 John Bertrand 5 21 4 6 3 8 1 - 31 48
4 66 AUS 1377 Jud Smith 3 19 1 3 5 1 17 - 33 49
5 08 AUS 876 David Clark - 27 20 15 8 1 3 2 7 56
6 06 AUS 1306 Cameron Miles 12 8 2 7 rdg - 33 7 13 19 68
7 32 AUS 1325 Peter McNeill 11 rdg 9 10 14 6 13 - 20 12 75
8 15 AUS 1215 Noel Drennan 30 10 9 1 10 21 9 - 42 90
9 27 USA 1227 Vincent Brun 7 2 6 - 46 4 15 38 20 92
10 64 AUS 864 Matthew Chew 21 11 18 4 - 35 2 19 22 97
11 10 NZL 950 Alastair Gair 6 30 5 12 12 11 - 47 21 97
12 31 AUS 831 Brett Ellis 20 12 14 22 15 - 40 15 5 103
13 69 HKG 1269 Mark Thornburrow 13 23 - 75 bfd 17 16 18 8 8 103
14 70 AUS 875 Murray Gordon 1 15 13 16 - 40 24 21 16 106
15 61 AUS 1361 Mark Tonner-Joyce 29 5 - 75 dsq 15 9 17 23 13 111
16 57 AUS 1387 * Mark Bulka 31 - 43 17 23 22 19 4 1 117
17 20 AUS 1320 * Dirk Van Der Struyf - 47 27 21 13 18 26 7 18 130
18 33 HKG 1333 Ante Razmilovic 16 29 37 - 53 20 23 3 6 134
19 38 AUS 1338 * Mark Langford 22 13 - 75 dsq 5 25 4 24 46 139
20 56 AUS 1356 Michael Manford 15 4 27 7 45 6 - 57 48 152
21 40 AUS 1254 Peter Merrington 34 3 23 - 51 13 22 41 23 159
22 37 AUS 1337 * Rupert Henry 36 18 7 32 23 25 - 51 26 167
23 67 AUS 867 Tom Braidwood 19 28 - 56 11 30 38 5 41 172
24 26 AUS 1226 John Savage 44 33 8 9 - 51 5 36 47 182
25 07 SUI 1187 James McHugh - 62 14 5 rdg 18 43 61 31 11 183
26 74 AUS 874 Chris Hampton 11 - 58 29 21 19 30 30 44 184
27 63 AUS 963 Grantham Kitto 18 - 75 dnf 22 31 41 42 10 29 193
28 30 AUS 1347 Vaughan Prentice 10 34 - 48 30 27 20 27 45 193
29 01 AUS 1401 * Richard Hammond 14 - 60 59 38 28 9 33 14 195
30 21 SIN 1021 * Jervis Tilly 32 16 60 44 8 12 29 - 75 bfd 201
31 44 AUS 1244 Douglas McGain 8 22 11 - 54 39 35 50 38 203
32 04 AUS 1384 Steve OÕRourke - 56 37 28 19 11 29 43 37 204
33 35 AUS 1358 Mark Richards 23 7 35 50 31 37 - 65 27 210
34 22 AUS 1192 * Jamie Woods 61 24 16 - 75 dsq 26 36 22 30 215
35 62 AUS 1362 * Ross Lloyd 38 25 26 26 37 32 - 55 36 220
36 24 AUS 924 * Damien King 42 31 - 75 dsq 24 47 16 34 32 226
37 75 GBR 1331 James Howells 9 - 75 ocs 50 39 56 27 48 2 231
38 23 AUS 1392 David Rose 39 26 46 20 49 33 18 - 53 231
39 12 AUS 1250 * Matt Whitnall 46 45 20 - 48 44 47 14 24 240
40 68 AUS 868 Jeanne-Claude Strong 48 - 75 dsq 41 62 36 39 6 9 241
41 18 USA 1198 * Scott Kaufman 39 rdg 32 40 43 17 34 37 - 64 242
42 49 BER 1249 Tim Patton 41 44 33 34 14 56 - 58 28 250
43 55 GBR 987 Robert Elliott 25 - 61 24 41 60 43 49 15 257
44 05 AUS 511 * Gordon Hinds 45 41 42 35 46 - 53 39 10 258
45 39 BER 898 Mark Watson 24 - 66 38 64 21 41 54 25 267
46 19 AUS 991 * Jake Gunther 28 - 75 ocs 49 75 dnc 29 44 26 17 268
47 72 AUS 882 Brendon Jukes 52 17 31 28 53 48 - 56 43 272
48 52 AUS 1052 Chris Rabbidge 26 35 36 52 24 49 52 - 75 dnf 274
49 02 AUS 1268 * Robert Weir 51 42 30 29 - 68 52 28 51 283
50 14 AUS 1144 * David Healey 68 38 19 27 - 69 58 42 35 287
51 11 AUS 1311 * Paul Henshall 35 - 62 39 57 55 45 12 54 297
52 65 AUS 1024 * Guyon Wilson 54 39 25 60 - 65 46 46 34 304
53 36 AUS 936 Shane Deussen 17 52 62 33 38 55 - 72 58 315
54 54 GBR 1354 David Franks 50 36 32 40 42 - 67 67 50 317
55 34 AUS 1134 * David Seaton 43 47 64 36 48 - 69 32 52 322
56 73 AUS 1273 Ed McCarthy 60 57 34 37 32 51 - 64 60 331
57 09 AUS 1399 Ian Crisp 55 48 51 45 - 63 50 44 39 332
58 16 AUS 1163 Mark Anderson 59 40 - 75 dsq 47 64 28 59 57 354
59 41 AUS 941 * Phillip Coombs 37 - 75 ocs 43 75 bfd 66 62 25 49 357
60 53 AUS 1253 * Mark Doyle 33 63 54 49 54 59 - 70 59 371
61 43 AUS 1343 Peter Gardner - 75 dnf 75 ocs 52 25 52 68 60 40 372
62 58 NZL 1058 John Melville 53 46 47 66 57 31 - 75 dns 75 dnc 375
63 46 AUS 1346 * Michael Bellingham 40 56 45 - 75 bfd 58 70 53 61 383
64 60 UAE 1386 * Jan Muysken 57 54 57 61 59 54 - 68 56 398
65 45 AUS 1385 * Jason Ward 65 49 58 42 - 71 60 69 63 406
66 59 AUS 869 * John Paul 63 51 61 65 34 - 72 66 67 407
67 29 AUS 892 * Craig Coulsen 49 64 44 56 67 64 63 - 69 407
68 71 AUS 1291 Don Wilson 69 65 55 63 - 70 65 35 68 420
69 51 ITA 1351 Marco Cimarosti 66 50 - 75 dnf 75 dnc 61 66 45 62 425
70 50 AUS 1150 * Bill Steele - 75 dnc 75 dnc 75 bfd 67 50 57 62 55 441
71 28 AUS 1288 * Robert Holm 64 55 53 59 - 73 73 71 66 441
72 42 AUS 943 * Burke Melia - 75 dsq 53 63 55 72 63 75 dnf 75 dnc 456
73 17 AUS 1117 * Ian Anderson 67 59 - 75 bfd 58 74 75 dnc 61 65 459
74 48 USA 1248 Leon Christianakis - 75 dnc 75 dnc 75 dnc 75 dnc 62 71 40 70 468
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