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ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres - Day 2 Laser images by Franck Socha

by Sail-World.com on 23 Apr 2014
NED 204566 Nicholas Heiner, Laser © Franck Socha / ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres http://swc.ffvoile.fr/
Enjoy these day two images of Laser action at the ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres captured by photographer Franck Socha. See full class results below.










Laser Men – Overall Results

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

3

4

5

Total

Net

1

CRO

CRO204731

Tonci Stipanovic

3

(4)

4

2

1

14.00

10.00

2

AUS

AUS199012

Tom Burton

(6)

5

2

1

4

18.00

12.00

3

BRA

BRA176622

Robert Scheidt

1

(9)

7

4

1

22.00

13.00

4

NED

NED204567

Rutger van Schaardenburg

2

5

(6)

2

4

19.00

13.00

5

AUS

AUS203770

Matthew Wearn

(11)

2

1

9

2

25.00

14.00

6

NZL

NZL203776

Andy Maloney

(8)

7

1

6

3

25.00

17.00

7

NZL

NZL196871

Sam Meech

6

2

(15)

5

6

34.00

19.00

8

BRA

BRA203765

Bruno Fontes

3

6

(10)

8

5

32.00

22.00

9

FRA

FRA203800

Jean Baptiste Bernaz

1

1

9

15

(63)
BFD

89.00

26.00

10

CRO

CRO197294

Filip Jurišic

7

14

(17)

3

3

44.00

27.00

11

GBR

GBR201402

Nick Thompson

9

8

(10)

9

2

38.00

28.00

12

NOR

NOR204758

Kristian Ruth

7

4

8

(16)

9

44.00

28.00

13

GER

GER204906

Philipp Buhl

(12)

10

2

12

7

43.00

31.00

14

AUS

AUS199014

Ashley Brunning

(16)

16

7

3

6

48.00

32.00

15

SWE

SWE199617

Jesper Stalheim

13

1

(16)

10
RDG

10
RDG

50.00

34.00

16

ARG

ARG200624

Julio Alsogaray

(22)

15

11

1

12

61.00

39.00

17

CRO

CRO202974

Daniel Mihelic

2

8

5

(26)

24

65.00

39.00

18

GBR

GBR206491

Elliot Hanson

(18)

3

15

13

8

57.00

39.00

19

NED

NED204566

Nicholas Heiner

(23)

11

12

6

10

62.00

39.00

20

CYP

CYP205124

Pavlos Kontides

4

29

3

4

(36)

76.00

40.00

21

RUS

RUS202692

Sergey Komissarov

(27)

12

5

7

16

67.00

40.00

22

USA

USA182345

Charlie Buckingham

5

16

8

11

(17)

57.00

40.00

23

ITA

ITA199697

Alessio Spadoni

(31)

3

14

8

21

77.00

46.00

24

ITA

ITA205243

Francesco Marrai

18

(24)

9

5

15

71.00

47.00

25

AUS

AUS206019

Ryan Palk

10

7

16

16

(63)
RET

112.00

49.00

26

POL

POL196898

Kacper Zieminski

11

(18)

18

10

16

73.00

55.00

27

BEL

BEL202016

Wannes Van Laer

15

11

17

(22)

12

77.00

55.00

28

CAN

CAN181191

Tom Ramshaw

23

21

3

10

(41)

98.00

57.00

29

AUS

AUS203004

Luke Elliott

14

(25)

13

19

11

82.00

57.00

30

GBR

GBR200490

Alex Mills-Barton

9

27

11

12

(44)

103.00

59.00

31

NZL

NZL197250

Thomas Saunders

14

9

(32)

27

10

92.00

60.00

32

EST

EST203724

Karl-Martin Rammo

(63)
BFD

12

4

7

39

125.00

62.00

33

SIN

SIN197538

Colin Cheng

4

23

(25)

17

18

87.00

62.00

34

ITA

ITA196685

Marco Gallo

20

6

31

(63)
DSQ

5

125.00

62.00

35

AUS

AUS203759

Mitchell Kennedy

10

(27)

19

19

19

94.00

67.00

36

AUS

AUS206382

Jeremy O'Connell

12

17

(30)

25

17

101.00

71.00

37

KOR

KOR206182

Jeemin Ha

21

13

(36)

18

20

108.00

72.00

38

NED

NED206431

Yuri Hummel

(63)
BFD

19

12

21

23

138.00

75.00

39

USA

USA194180

Christopher Barnard

(26)

24

21

17

13

101.00

75.00

40

POR

POR207025

Gustavo Lima

20

10

23

(63)
RET

23

139.00

76.00

41

CHN

CHN205040

Huichao Chen

28

14

(38)

29

7

116.00

78.00

42

FIN

FIN202978

Kaarle Tapper

33

(35)

19

15

11

113.00

78.00

43

SWE

SWE205123

Anders Karlsson

15

20

24

(40)

20

119.00

79.00

44

POL

POL205300

Jonasz Stelmaszyk

30

19

(48)

26

8

131.00

83.00

45

FRA

FRA200239

Antony Munos

22

29

13

(50)

19

133.00

83.00

46

CAN

CAN200610

Robert Davis

8

34

20

23

(38)

123.00

85.00

47

CAN

CAN197120

Lee Parkhill

(32)

30

6

21

29

118.00

86.00

48

UKR

UKR171268

Valeriy Kudryashov

13

28

18

(42)

27

128.00

86.00

49

ITA

ITA179057

Enrico Strazzera

24

28

(42)

25

13

132.00

90.00

50

ESP

ESP204673

Jesus Rogel Sanchez

25

20

24

23

(37)

129.00

92.00

51

SWE

SWE199611

Emil Cedergårdh

17

32

33

11

(40)

133.00

93.00

52

POR

POR206406

Rui Silveira

19

23

(40)

24

29

135.00

95.00

53

GBR

GBR201481

Jack Wetherell

5

25

43

(63)
UFD

25

161.00

98.00

54

DEN

DEN204750

Thorbjoern Schierup

21

13

25

(63)
UFD

39

161.00

98.00

55

BRA

BRA191342

Matheus L Dellagnelo

25

32

21

(34)

21

133.00

99.00

56

MNE

MNE204730

Milivoj Dukic

19

38

(63)
UFD

18

25

163.00

100.00

57

CZE

CZE202887

Viktor Teply

39

26

22

14

(47)

148.00

101.00

58

ITA

ITA206448

Giovanni Coccoluto

(29)

21

28

28

24

130.00

101.00

59

GBR

GBR204539

Michael Beckett

30

41

14

20

(49)

154.00

105.00

60

POL

POL196962

Aleksander Arian

(43)

22

32

24

30

151.00

108.00

61

GER

GER194755

Fabian Gielen

27

31

22

(46)

28

154.00

108.00

62

FRA

FRA196713

Mattis Naud

(47)

15

34

30

31

157.00

110.00

63

GRE

GRE197348

Adonis Bougiouris

(45)

34

20

22

35

156.00

111.00

64

SLO

SLO195998

Zan Luka Zelko

(40)

18

26

36

32

152.00

112.00

65

RUS

RUS171513

Maxim Nikolaev

41

(46)

28

31

14

160.00

114.00

66

CAN

CAN197731

Evert McLaughlin

26

(37)

23

29

36

151.00

114.00

67

GBR

GBR205648

Martin Evans

39

22

(41)

14

41

157.00

116.00

68

GER

GER203739

Tobias Schadewaldt

35

40

(63)
UFD

27

14

179.00

116.00

69

GBR

GBR204005

Matthew Reid

16

33

26

(63)
DNF

42

180.00

117.00

70

HUN

HUN197711

Balázs Tomai

17

(41)

36

28

38

160.00

119.00

71

IRL

IRL206936

James Espey

(46)

30

29

41

22

168.00

122.00

72

ARG

ARG200623

Juan Bisio

24

(37)

31

37

33

162.00

125.00

73

TUR

TUR195559

Mustafa Cakir

(51)

17

43

32

35

178.00

127.00

74

FIN

FIN198227

Mattias Lindfors

(42)

33

27

37

30

169.00

127.00

75

DEN

DEN196654

Michael Hansen

38

26

29

35

(45)

173.00

128.00

76

LTU

LTU202989

Karolis Janulionis

33

(56)

39

49

9

186.00

130.00

77

SWE

SWE201727

Emil Bengtson

37

(40)

33

30

31

171.00

131.00

78

ISV

ISV204048

Cy Thompson

34

36

37

(40)

26

173.00

133.00

79

USA

USA203751

Erik Bowers

40

(50)

41

13

40

184.00

134.00

80

MDA

MDA204929

Alexandr Denisiuc

38

(53)

35

45

18

189.00

136.00

81

SUI

SUI199025

Guillaume Girod

(43)

39

40

36

22

180.00

137.00

82

HUN

HUN204922

Benjamin Vadnai

29

43

(52)

31

37

192.00

140.00

83

ESP

ESP197295

Joaquín Blanco

34

31

37

(63)
DNF

42

207.00

144.00

84

TRI

TRI184116

Andrew Lewis

44

38

49

20

(50)

201.00

151.00

85

TUR

TUR205155

Onur Bilgen

50

43

27

33

(54)

207.00

153.00

86

POR

POR202211

Eduardo Marques

42

46

(59)

38

28

213.00

154.00

87

CRO

CRO179403

Toma Višic

49

(54)

38

38

32

211.00

157.00

88

CAN

CAN197116

Matthew Ryder

32

36

(46)

45

45

204.00

158.00

89

UKR

UKR188822

Vladymyr Volodymyrov

41

42

30

(47)

46

206.00

159.00

90

DEN

DEN206366

Christian Guldberg Rost

52

(60)

59

35

15

221.00

161.00

91

SIN

SIN206746

Scott Sydney

36

35

45

(48)

47

211.00

163.00

92

SWE

SWE203145

Philip Claesson

(55)

52

52

34

26

219.00

164.00

93

KOR

KOR198076

Hyeonsu Yoon

31

48

44

43

(52)

218.00

166.00

94

BEL

BEL202638

Matthias Van de Loock

49

45

(58)

41

34

227.00

169.00

95

BEL

BEL188816

Sam Vandormael

47

47

(51)

44

33

222.00

171.00

96

TUR

TUR111905

Güney Can Kaptan

(55)

47

35

39

50

226.00

171.00

97

UKR

UKR190828

Denys Saidukov

52

49

44

(63)
DNF

27

235.00

172.00

98

DEN

DEN201408

Andre Hojen Cristiansen

28

(57)

50

42

52

229.00

172.00

99

ARG

ARG200626

Agust Vidal

46

(50)

49

43

34

222.00

172.00

100

CAN

CAN197160

Alexander Heinzemann

44

44

39

46

(51)

224.00

173.00

101

NZL

NZL202687

Andrew McKenzie

(57)

51

48

33

43

232.00

175.00

102

EST

EST192655

Kaarel Kruusmägi

35

44

(58)

55

43

235.00

177.00

103

FIN

FIN200870

Matias Mikkola

36

(52)

46

51

44

229.00

177.00

104

MNE

MNE203345

Igor Les

48

(53)

42

39

48

230.00

177.00

105

SRB

SRB187011

Dany Stanisic

(58)

48

47

32

51

236.00

178.00

106

TUR

TUR191821

Alp Rona Rodopman

54

51

34

47

(55)

241.00

186.00

107

RUS

RUS192777

Artem Grishnyakov

37

49

51

(52)

49

238.00

186.00

108

URU

URU202567

Federico Yandian

48

45

(54)

50

48

245.00

191.00

109

BEL

BEL191112

Lander Balcaen

45

(54)

50

44

53

246.00

192.00

110

CRO

CRO201759

MARIO ZEKAN

51

(55)

53

48

46

253.00

198.00

111

FRA

FRA205111

Jean-Baptiste Ducamin

(63)
BFD

39

53

53

55

263.00

200.00

112

LTU

LTU202773

Martis Pajarskas

50

42

47

(63)
DNF

63
DNS

265.00

202.00

113

BRA

BRA204596

Alex Veeren

53

(56)

45

54

53

261.00

205.00

114

FIN

FIN204023

Niklas Areschoug

(57)

55

55

52

57

276.00

219.00

115

SWE

SWE201729

Claes Törnsten

(58)

58

56

49

57

278.00

220.00

116

BRN

BRN191102

Abdulla Janahi

59

(61)

54

51

56

281.00

220.00

117

RSA

RSA186900

Stefano Marcia

54

(59)

57

57

56

283.00

224.00

118

USA

USA188149

Greg Martinez

56

57

55

56

(59)

283.00

224.00

119

SUI

SUI201424

Benoît Lagneux

56

(60)

56

55

58

285.00

225.00

120

PER

PER204578

Jean Paul de Trazegnies

53

(58)

57

58

58

284.00

226.00

121

OMA

OMN205925

Ahmed Albalushi

60

(61)

61

53

54

289.00

228.00

122

OMA

OMN205859

Ahmed Alhasani

60

(62)

60

56

59

297.00

235.00

123

ESP

ESP205753

Pau Schilt

59

59

(60)

59

60

297.00

237.00

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