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Tornado World Championships - Day 1 on Lake Garda

by Andrew Dowley on 18 Sep 2012
2012 Tornado World Championships Martina Barnetova
A fleet of 41 Tornado's from 11 different nations across the World have arrived in the beautiful scenic location of Torbole on Lake Garda, Italy for the annual Mixed and Open Tornado World Championships. The competition will take place from the 17th - 21st September.

Over the past few days the teams have been out on the water practicing and perfecting their boat setup. Pablo Soldano from Ullman Sails was on hand Wednesday and Thursday for those who wanted some training and help with set up of their Tornado One Design Sails.

Sunday saw the opening ceremony followed by one practice race for the fleet before the kick off of the World Championships on Monday. The conditions were perfect for the race with 15 knots of breeze across the race course. It was Team Windrush, Brett Burvill and Ryan Duffield from Australia who came out on top. After coming third in the Worlds last year they're hoping they can hold onto their good form for the rest of the week. Competition is tough this year with many top sailors, familiar faces old and new.

Monday morning came and it was time for the Championships to kick off, two races were scheduled with a 1pm CET start time. A lovely 12 knots of wind for the sailors to contend against on their first official day.

Race one was won by last year’s champions, the Greek team of Iordanis Paschalidis and Kostas Trigonis who were followed by the new Tornado team of Matteo Ferraglia and Lorenzo Bianchini who are using the Tornado Class charter boat for the week. In third place were yesterday’s winners Brett Burvill and Ryan Duffield.

Race two saw some change from the first races results but not in the winner, again it was the Greeks who took the victory. They were followed by David Krizek and Adam Zdenek from the Czech Republic then Matteo Ferraglia and Lorenzo Bianchini were third. The German team of Hayung Schodde and Bjorn Helmerichs were unfortunately OCS so they've already used one of their discards.

Tomorrow another two races are scheduled.





Results

No

Sail Number

Name

Points

Race 1

Race 2

1

GRE 7

Iorandis Paschalidis, Konstantinos Trigkonis, Nautikal Club Thessaloniki

2,0

1

1

2

ITA 8

Matteo Ferraglia, Lorenzo Bianchini, CV ARCO

5,0

2

3

3

AUS 330

Brett Burvill, Ryan Duffield, Nedlands Yacht Club

7,0

3

4

4

CZE 686

David Krizek, Adam Zdenek, YC LP

8,0

6

2

5

AUT 377

Manfred Schönleitner, Georg Hirsch-Stronstorff, Union Yachtclub Attersee

10,0

4

6

6

GER 1

Roland Gaebler, Nahid Gaebler, MIX, KYC-NRV

12,0

7

5

7

GRE 11

Nikos Mavros, Alexander Tagaropoulos, Nautical club of Thessaloniki

14,0

5

9

8

GER 60

Arndt Meyer, Manfred Syrowy, YCN

20,0

13

7

9

SUI 228

Martin Rusterholz, Simon Koster, RVS

20,0

12

8

10

SUI 22

Marcel Steiner, Jörg Steiner, Simpl

20,0

8

12

11

GBR 7

Joe Bennett, Marko Reynolds, Felixstowe Ferry SC

21,0

10

11

12

AUS 325

Allan Gamble, Kim Nicholas, Nedlands Yacht Club

22,0

9

13

13

GER 69

Dieter Maurer, Maren Odefey, MIX, LYC

28,0

11

17

14

AUT 3

Dietmar Salzmann, Arno Müller, YCRhd

29,0

15

14

15

GER 205

Stefan Lippert, Thomas Grassl, FCSS

32,0

16

16

16

AUT 354

Heinz Boehler, Markus Pinggera, YCRhd

33,0

23

10

17

GER 947

Guggenmos Wilhelm, Maier Alex, Segelclub Füssen Forggensee

33,0

18

15

18

AUS 305

Paul Peterson, Jared Eyles, Nedlands Yacht Club

38,0

17

21

19

GER 100

Josef Gunkel, David Gunkel, SCFF

38,0

20

18

20

GER 2

Betz Markus, Betz Andreas, SMCÜ / RVÜ

38,0

19

19

21

GER 4

Wilfried Jodorf, Ludwig Boecker, FCSS

44,0

22

22

22

NZL 89

Aaron Young, Robert Butterfield, Timaru Yacht & Power Boat Club

45,0

25

20

23

SUI 232

Jean-Marc Cuanillon, Michael Gloor, YCB / SCH

45,0

21

24

24

GBR 11

John Ready, Matt Johnson, MYC

49,0

24

25

25

GER 990

Hannes Jantke, Philipp Wetzig, Segel-Club Salzgitter e.V.

53,0

27

26

26

ITA 25

Lorenzo Sclavi, Paolo Reggio, yacht club italiano

54,0

26

28

27

GER 111

Hayung Schodde, Björn Helmerichs, Wilhelmshavener Segelclub

56,0

14

ocs

28

ESP 211

Jentsch Jürgen, Steimer Klees Sarah, MIX, SCFF/ CNSE

56,0

33

23

29

FRA 294

Jean Caron, Guillerme Nicolas, Yacht Club De Carnac

58,0

31

27

30

AUT 269

Jens Haefner, Stefan Neussl, ÖSV

61,0

30

31

31

ESP 15

Dominik Kopp, Florian Kopp, Segelclub Mattsee

62,0

32

30

32

SUI 223

Laurent Béguelin, Mottier Frédéric, CVMC

63,0

29

34

33

SUI 226

Gudrun Kolb, Dylan Teal, MIX, SCRG

64,0

35

29

34

AUT 337

Kurt Waibel, Denise Waibel, MIX, YCH

67,0

34

33

35

AUT 371

Harald Breitfuss, Anna Breitfuss, MIX, SYC

68,0

36

32

36

GER 99

Klaus Rocholl, Sven Rausch, Lübecker Yachtclub

70,0

28

dns

37

ESP 1

Antonio Bolado Cantera, Aurelio Martínez Gutiérrez, Real Club Maritimo De Santande

72,0

37

35

38

GBR 403

barry arnison, Nicole Davy Burton, MIX, gratham water

75,0

38

37

39

GER 1103

Jochen Seifert, Dusi Barske, Augsburger Segler-Club, Royal

78,0

dns

36

40

GER 13

Dirk Kroemker, Fiedler Jochen, SVGL

84,0

dns

dns

40

SUI 229

Christian Manz, Artur von Scala, SIMPL

84,0

dns

dns


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