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Byte CII World Championship - Results after day 4

by Byte CII Media on 29 Aug 2013
2013 Byte CII World Championship day 4 Rodrigo Fernández http://www.andesvisual.com/
Results after day four of the Byte CII World Championship in Newport, Rhode Island.

2013 Byte CII World Championship- PRELIMINARY RESULTS, Day 4

 

 

Pos

 

Sail

 

Country

 

Skipper

 

9

 

10

 

11

Total

Points

1

3418

Hungary

Vadnai, Jonatan

[17]

[17]

2

11

2

3177

United States of America

Marshall, Henry

6

[13]

1

23

3

3420

Croatia

Zivanovic, Pavle

[16]

7

6

52

4

3441

Singapore

Chin, Bernie

[24]

[18]

5

60

5

3257

Netherlands

Van Aanholt, Odile

5

6

[39/DSQ]

69

6

3221

Canada

Vittecoq, Justin

3

2

8

74

7

3419

Hungary

Erdi, Maria

1

4

[39/OCS]

75

8

3188

Finland

Mikkola, Martin

9

5

3

85

9

3417

Thailand

Punjamala, Chusitt

8

11

7

86

10

1316

Bermuda

Dill, Peter

31

[39/DSQ]

[39/DSQ]

91

11

3

Sweden

Nordquist, Arvid

10

23

16

110

12

3415

Bahamas

De Souza, Paul

[29]

14

[31]

115

13

2353

Cayman Islands

Bertran, Pablo

19

19

[26]

115

14

3191

Singapore

Chew, Justin

18

8

11

125

15

1029

Bermuda

Wollmann, Cecilia

11

25

15

129

16

3040

Cayman Islands

McDermot,  Andres

25

[33]

[30]

132

17

3425

Mexico

Seifert, Leopoldo

22

[32]

[29]

145

18

3437

Singapore

Yom, Samantha

13

1

4

146

19

2457

Cayman Islands

Jackson, Jesse

[36]

[34]

33

158

20

3178

Finland

Von Koskull, Jacob

4

21

12

173

21

3057

Finland

Gronblom, Alexander

15

20

24

174

22

3172

Barbados

Gittens, Scott

[37]

9

21

175

23

327

British Virgin Islands

Morrell, Sam

14

3

19

176

24

3423

Bulgaria

Maksimov, Georgi

[28]

27

17

180

25

2246

Cayman Islands

Allan, Florence

20

10

[28]

185

26

20

Dominican Republic

Lugtmeijer, Celeste

21

15

32

188

27

24

Bermuda

Smith, Benn

2

24

25

203

28

3426

Mexico

Medina, Juan Luis

33

31

14

205

29

3184

Singapore

Ang, Christopher

[34]

26

20

208.2

30

3300

France

Raguet, Capucine

26

[36]

34

212

31

3141

US Virgin Islands

McKenzie, Scott

7

30

13

214

32

413

US Virgin Islands

Clarke, Paige

12

12

18

229

33

3422

Bulgaria

Hinkovska,  Viktoriya

[38]

35

10

235

34

2888

Bermuda

Cooper, Chase

27

29

23

241

35

3110

Singapore

Low, Jasime

30

22

9

262

36

3197

Singapore

Lee, Candice

23

28

22

267

37

3427

Trinidad & Tobago

Affoo, Abigail

35

37

27

277

38

4

Ecuador

De Lulio, Romina

32

16

[39/OCS]

282

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