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Canadian Sailing Team success in Fort Lauderdale

by . on 10 Feb 2014
Greg Douglas (CAN) competing in the Men’s One Person Dinghy - heavy (Finn) event in The London 2012 Olympic Sailing Competition. onEdition © http://www.onEdition.com
The Lauderdale Yacht club played host to the Lauderdale Olympic Class Ocean Regatta including, Finn, Laser Radial and Laser full rig this weekend. Canadians had a successful event with Greg Douglas capturing gold, beating out strong competitors including Caleb Paine (USA), Jake Lilley (AUS), Oliver Tweddell (AUS) and Jorge Zarif (BRA).

Canada swept the podium in the Radial class led by Brenda Bowskill in first, Claire Merry second and sister Ingrid Merry rounding out third.

The Laser fleet was chalked full of international podium performers including Tom Burton (AUS) in first, Karl-Martin Rammo (EST) second, and Wannes Van Laer (BEL) third. Lee Parkhill just missed the podium in a respectable fourth overall. Robert Davis rounds out the top 10 in the 30 boat fleet.

 
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Olympic Classes Ocean Regatta Racing
  One Design Division
    International Finn Dinghy
    1. CAN 5 2 point 0 Finn Greg Douglas 3 3 1 1 5 1 1 [5] 10.0
    2. USA 6 Congress Tart Finn Caleb Paine 1 1 2 2 2 4 3 [4] 11.0
    3. AUS 41 The Koala Finn Jake Lilley 2 4 3 4 4 3 2 [4] 18.0
    4. AUS 261 AUS 261 Finn Oliver Tweddell 7 9 5 5 1 2 5 [9] 25.0
    5. BRA 109 None Finn Jorge Zarif 5 7 8 3 3 5 6 [8] 29.0
    6. CAN 9 The Seaward Finn Rob Hemming 4 5 11 10 9 8 8 [11] 44.0
    7. BRA 1 BRA finn Bruno Prada 16 6 20/OCS 6 6 10 4 [20] 48.0
    8. cAn 110 quoi finn martin robitaille 9 15 6 9 8 7 10 [15] 49.0
    9. USA 69 Wet Nightmare Finn John F Dane 6 8 10 8 15 14 9 [15] 55.0
    10. USA 21 Wagon Wheel Finn Gordon Lamphere 10 11 9 7 7 11 14 [14] 55.0
    11. EST 11 ....... Finn Lauri Väinsalu 8 10 4 20/OCS 12 6 18 [20] 58.0
    12. IRL 4 La Soy Fiesta Finn Ross Hamilton 11 2 13 20/OCS 10 12 11 [20] 59.0
    13. CAN 17 B Side Finn Jeff Roney 14 13 12 11 11 9 7 [14] 63.0
    14. CAN 11 finnagin Finn jim cameron 17 12 7 15 14 13 12 [17] 73.0
    15. USA 174 Rule 69tm Finn Henry Sprague 12 14 15 14 13 15 17 [17] 83.0
    16. RUS 21 Finn Finn Vladimir Butenko 13 16 16 12 16 16 16 [16] 89.0
    17. USA 23 Damnifino Finn Jim Hunter 18 17 14 13 18 18 15 [18] 95.0
    18. CAN 999 CAN 999 Finn Stephen Fuccillo 15 18 17 16 17 17 13 [18] 95.0
    19. USA 1974 Blazing Saddles Finn Cory Blazer 20/DNC 20/DNC 20/DNC 20/DNC 20/DNC 20/DNC 20/DNC [20] 120.0
 
    International Laser Radial
    1. CAN 204468 Radial Laser Radial Brenda Bowskill 2 2 1 4 1 1 5 [5] 11.0
    2. CAN 206113 Svea Laser Radial Claire Merry 5 1 3 2 3 2 12 [12] 16.0
    3. CAN 192023 RADIAL Laser Radial Ingrid Merry 8 5 5 6 2 4 3 [8] 25.0
    4. USA 184454 Radial Laser Radial Sophia Reineke 3 4 2 1 21/DNF 12 7 [21] 29.0
    5. USA 201322 USA 201322 Laser Radial Dana Rohde 1 3 6 3 21/OCS 21/DNF 1 [21] 35.0
    6. USA 199385 Laser Radial Laser Radial Riley Legault 4 7 4 5 20/OCS 7 13 [20] 40.0
    7. CAN 200137   Laser Radial Fillah Karim 7 6 7 20/OCS 21/OCS 5 8 [21] 53.0
    8. USA 206081 Laser 206081 Laser Radial Haley Fox 6 16 16 7 7 9 10 [16] 55.0
    9. USA 199400 The Stig Laser Radial Christina Persson 11 8 11 11 6 10 18 [18] 57.0
    10. USA 204424 Laser Laser Radial Scott Rasmussen 20/DNC 20/DNC 20/DNC 7 4 3 4 [20] 58.0
    11. USA 194504 194504 Laser Radial Alec Chicoine 9 12 10 20/OCS 20/OCS 6 2 [20] 59.0
    12. USA 190464 Velocity Laser Radial Carly Broussard 10 11 15 10 5 8 17 [17] 59.0
    13. USA 180087 radial Laser Radial Christina Sakellaris 14 9 14 8 8 14 16 [16] 67.0
    14. USA 187843 USA 187843 Laser Radial Prescott Coleman 12 13 13 13 9 13 15 [15] 73.0
    15. USA 199334 No Name Laser Radial John Hench 20/DNC 20/DNC 20/DNC 9 4 11 11 [20] 75.0
    16. 191992 Laser Laser Radial Kevin Merten 16 15 12 14 10 16 9 [16] 76.0
    17. USA 151820   Laser Radial anna weis 13 10 8 20/DNC 21/DNC 21/DNC 6 [21] 78.0
    18. USA 180070 Melinda Laser Radial Katie Lounsbury 15 14 9 12 21/OCS 15 14 [21] 79.0
    19. USA 190479 Corsair Laser Radial Ryan Guth 20/DNC 20/DNC 20/DNC 20/DNC 21/DNC 21/DNC 21/DNC [21] 122.0
    20. USA 206106 206106 Laser Radial Christian Filter 20/DNC 20/DNC 20/DNC 20/DNC 21/DNC 21/DNC 21/DNC [21] 122.0
 
    International Laser Full Rig
    1. AUS 206036 Nb Laser Tom Burton 8 2 1 3 3 5 2 [8] 16.0
    2. EST 202437 - Laser Karl-Martin Rammo 6 1 3 2 8 2 4 [8] 18.0
    3. BEL 202016 Adeps ffyb bryc Laser Wannes Van laer 14 6 2 7 2 3 3 [14] 23.0
    4. CAN 197120 Henry Laser Lee Parkhill 4 14 4 1 30/OCS 1 6 [30] 30.0
    5. ISV 204048 Jolie Folie Laser Cy Thompson 5 4 6 5 4 15 10 [15] 34.0
    6. USA 192384 192384 Laser Juan Maegli 9 5 31/OCS 6 1 13 1 [31] 35.0
    7. USA 182345 West coast university, USST-STS Laser Charlie Buckingham 1 12 31/OCS 9 5 6 8 [31] 41.0
    8. GBR 206288 Laser Laser Alex Mills Barton 16 9 12 11 18 4 5 [18] 57.0
    9. CAN 200610 Laser Laser Robert Davis 18 3 9 15 7 11 15 [18] 60.0
    10. SIN 199258 SIN Laser Scott Sydney 11 8 15 4 10 18 12 [18] 60.0
    11. CAN 206608 Stabber Laser Evert McLaughlin 12 15 7 13 6 17 13 [17] 66.0
    12. CAN 197150 Car Ramrod Laser Tom Ramshaw 2 10 16 17 30/OCS 12 14 [30] 71.0
    13. USA 197116 Laser Laser Matthew Ryder 10 20 5 18 13 8 17 [20] 71.0
    14. POR 203371 Azores Laser Rui Silveira 31/OCS 13 11 12 16 10 11 [31] 73.0
    15. USA 194180 . Laser Chris Barnard 3 16 18 8 15 14 19 [19] 74.0
    16. TRI 184116 Laser Laser Andrew Lewis 13 18 14 14 9 21 7 [21] 75.0
    17. USA 203751 Meatballs Laser Erik Bowers 15 17 13 20 11 16 9 [20] 81.0
    18. USA 188663 tbd laser erik weis 17 11 19 10 12 20 22 [22] 89.0
    19. CAN 197160 Heinz Laser Alexander Heinzemann 31/OCS 7 21 21 17 7 30/OCS [31] 103.0
    20. USA 188149 1888149 Laser Greg Martinez 7 22 17 26 14 19 30/DNC [30] 105.0
    21. USA 191997 Muller Laser Luke Muller 31/OCS 19 8 19 30/OCS 9 20 [31] 105.0
    22. BEL 191112 Syntech Laser Lander Balcaen 31/OCS 21 10 22 19 22 16 [31] 110.0
    23. USA 175580 Laser Laser Paul Streater 22 27 22 24 21 24 18 [27] 131.0
    24. CAN 200184 Special k Laser Konrad Davy 19 24 20 25 20 25 24 [25] 132.0
    25. USA 201255 laser laser Wade Wagner 20 26 23 28 23 23 21 [28] 136.0
    26. USA 195943 195943 Laser david anthes 21 25 24 23 24 27 27 [27] 144.0
    27. USA 199911 Reach Around Laser Michelle Davis 23 23 25 27 25 28 26 [28] 149.0
    28. USA 204410 USA 204410 Laser Brandon Lee Kirby 31/DNC 31/DNC 31/DNC 16 22 26 25 [31] 151.0
    29. USA 188150 188150 Laser James Pulsford 31/DNC 31/DNC 31/DNC 31/DNC 30/DNC 30/DNC 23 [31] 176.0
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