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ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami- Medals at stake for Paralympic classes

by Jake Fish on 1 Feb 2014
Megan Pascoe (GBR) - 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami Walter Cooper /US Sailing http://ussailing.org/
The penultimate day of racing at the ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami for the Paralympic events will get underway this morning, as medals will be decided in the 2.4mR (singlehanded), SKUD 18 (doublehanded) and Sonar (triplehanded) events.

Friday’s Racing Schedule (subject to change)
2.4mR – 10:00
Finn – 10:00
Laser Yellow/Gold – 10:00
49er – 10:00
470 M – 10:30
475 W – 10:45
RS:X W – 11:00
Laser Radial – 11:00
Nacra 17 – 11:00
RS:X M – 11:00
Sonar – 13:00
49erFX – 13:00
SKUD 18 – 13:15
Laser Blue/Silver – 13:30

Overall Rankings as of 1/31/2014 1:13pm EST

Fleet racing - Disabled - 2.4 Metre

Position

Crew

Nation

1

Megan Pascoe

GBR

2

Allan LEIBEL

CAN

3

Helena Lucas

GBR

4

Bjørnar Erikstad

NOR

5

Juan Fernandez Ocampo

ARG

6

Jerry Wendt

CAN

7

Bruce Millar

CAN

8

Daniel Evans

USA

9

Julio Papote Reguero

PUR

10

Peter Wood

CAN

11

Charles Rosenfield

USA

12

Ted Green

USA

13

Tony Pocklington

USA

14

Timothy Ripley

USA

15

Joseph Hill

USA

16

Paul Olsen

CAN

17

Doug Bell

CAN

18

Jay Corcoran

USA

19

Christine Lavallee

CAN

20

Stacie Louttit

CAN

21

Stephen Brown

CAN

22

Aaron Wong-Sing

CAN

23

Kevin Holmberg

USA

24

Tracy Schmitt

CAN

25

Audrey Kobayashi

CAN

26

Lionel Mandell

CAN

 

Fleet racing - Disabled - SKUD 18

Position

Crew

Nation

1

Alexandra Rickham
Niki Birrell

GBR
GBR

2

John McRoberts
Jackie Gay

CAN
CAN

3

Ryan Porteous
Cindy Walker

USA
USA

4

Sarah Everhart Skeels
Gerard Tiernan

USA
USA

 

Fleet racing - Disabled - Sonar

Position

Crew

Nation

1

Bruno Jourdren
Eric Flageul
Nicolas Vimont Vicary

FRA
FRA
FRA

2

John Robertson
Hannah Stodel
Stephen Thomas

GBR
GBR
GBR

3

Alphonsus Doerr
Hugh Freund
Timothy Angle

USA
USA
USA

4

Paul Tingley
Logan Campbell
Scott Lutes

CAN
CAN
CAN

5

Andrew Fisher
Keith Burhans
Bradley Johnson

USA
USA
USA

6

John C Twomey
Ian Costelloe
Austin O'Carroll

IRL
IRL
IRL

7

Aleksander Wang-Hansen
Marie Solberg
Per Eugen Kristiansen

NOR
NOR
NOR

8

Antonio Sanpere
David Flaherty
Bobby Blackwell

ISV
USA
ISV


Warmer conditions for Friday, as temperatures will be in the 70s. Overcast skies with very light breeze currently at two to three knots. Wind is expected to build slightly to six to 10 knots from the SE this Event Website
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