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ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres - 470 Women, action shots by Thom Touw

by Sail-World.com on 24 Apr 2014
Enia NINCEVIC and Romana Zupan(CRO), 470 Women - 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres Thom Touw © http://www.thomtouw.com
Thom Touw was on site to capture these images of 470 Women's racing action at the ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres.










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            470 Women – Overall Results

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

3

4

5

6

Total

Net

1

NZL

NZL75

Jo Aleh

Polly Powrie

1

(8)

3

2

2

2

18.00

10.00

2

GBR

GBR321

Sophie Weguelin

Eilidh McIntyre

(7)

3

4

3

1

1

19.00

12.00

3

USA

USA1712

Anne Haeger

Briana Provancha

5

1

2

1

5

(6)

20.00

14.00

4

FRA

FRA9

Camille Lecointre

Hélène Defrance

2

10

(13)

4

7

9

45.00

32.00

5

BRA

BRA177

Fernanda Oliveira

Ana Luiza Barbachan

3

14

(15)

15

3

3

53.00

38.00

6

GER

GER72

Annika Bochmann

Karoline Göltzer

13

4

(20)

9

9

7

62.00

42.00

7

NED

NED6

Michelle Broekhuizen

Marieke Jongens

(24)

2

5

10

15

12

68.00

44.00

8

RUS

RUS97

Alisa Kirilyuk

Liudmila Dmitrieva

4

12

12

6

17

(31)

82.00

51.00

9

POL

POL11

Agnieszka Skrzypulec

Natalia Wojcik

(28)

6

7

11

20

8

80.00

52.00

10

NED

NED216

Afrodite Kyranakou

Anneloes van Veen

15

5

8

8

(52)
DNF

22

110.00

58.00

11

CHN

CHN619

Shasha Chen

Haiyan Gao

9

9

6

24

10

(30)

88.00

58.00

12

SLO

SLO64

Tina Mrak

Veronika Macarol

18

7

11

17

(27)

15

95.00

68.00

13

JPN

JPN1

Ai Kondo Yoshida

Miho Yoshioka

20

(22)

19

5

4

21

91.00

69.00

14

BRA

BRA18

Renata Decnop

Isabel Swan

14

13

16

(22)

12

14

91.00

69.00

15

CHN

CHN616

Xiaomei XU

Lizhu Huang

6

28

1

20

(38)

17

110.00

72.00

16

FRA

FRA39

Maëlenn Lemaitre

Aloïse Retornaz

23

23

25

7

(28)

5

111.00

83.00

17

UKR

UKR93

Anna Kyselova

Anastasiya Krasko

(31)

16

14

19

22

13

115.00

84.00

18

GBR

GBR865

Amy Seabright

Anna Carpenter

10

19

31

26

(32)

4

122.00

90.00

19

FRA

FRA 22

Cassandre Blandin

Anne-Sophie Thilo

8

(43)

27

21

14

20

133.00

90.00

20

GER

GER66

Annina Wagner

Lisa Panuschka

22

15

10

30

13

(35)

125.00

90.00

21

EST

EST20

Marjaliisa Umb

Elise Umb

19

(34)

17

18

18

19

125.00

91.00

22

CRO

CRO 111

Enia NINCEVIC

Romana Zupan

21

26

(32)

12

16

18

125.00

93.00

23

RUS

RUS12

Natalia Ivanova

Nadezhda Gerasimova

26

11

(36)

29

6

23

131.00

95.00

24

ITA

ITA16

Roberta Caputo

Alice Sinno

12

18

23

23

(33)

25

134.00

101.00

25

ESP

ESP133

Marina Gallego

Fatima Reyes

30

24

9

(35)

26

16

140.00

105.00

26

GER

GER26

Greta Markfort

Anna Markfort

(48)

17

21

13

23

33

155.00

107.00

27

SUI

SUI5

Linda Fahrni

Maja Siegenthaler

33

(41)

18

32

24

10

158.00

117.00

28

ESP

ESP27

Angela Pumariega

Patricia Cantero Reina

11

29

(43)

36

21

26

166.00

123.00

29

ITA

ITA6

Elena Berta

Giulia Paolillo

17

32

33

14

35

(41)

172.00

131.00

30

ITA

ITA52

Francesca Komatar

Sveva Carraro

27

20

(52)
DNF

39

36

11

185.00

133.00

31

CHN

CHN1261

Huimin Feng

Lei Feng

(43)

21

22

31

31

29

177.00

134.00

32

ESP

ESP14

Bàrbara Cornudella

Sara López Ravetllat

36

(39)

29

28

19

24

175.00

136.00

33

FIN

FIN2

Julia Toroi

Mikaela Wulff

44

31

37

(52)
UFD

11

27

202.00

150.00

34

ESP

ESP6

Alba Bou Serra

Julia Subira

29

27

26

27

(43)

43

195.00

152.00

35

GER

GER24

Nadine Böhm

Ann-Christin Goliaß

16

40

24

38

(45)

36

199.00

154.00

36

CHN

CHN1217

Nan Zhang

Xiao Lv

40

(44)

40

33

8

34

199.00

155.00

37

AUS

AUS21

Jacqueline Gurr

Amelia Catt

42

(45)

39

16

30

32

204.00

159.00

38

ISR

ISR 11

Noya Bar-Am

Rimon Shushan

25

36

35

(52)
RET

37

28

213.00

161.00

39

ITA

ITA20

Cecilia Zorzi

Bianca Caruso

35

25

(48)

25

40

38

211.00

163.00

40

AUS

AUS12

Sasha Ryan

Jaime Ryan

38

(46)

28

41

25

37

215.00

169.00

41

AUS

AUS1

Carrie Smith

Sarah Cook

37

35

34

34

29

(39)

208.00

169.00

42

GRE

GRE11

Dimitra Pagida

Alina Stratigiou

41

37

30

(47)

34

40

229.00

182.00

43

CZE

CZE7

Hanka Chudejova

Lenka Mrzilkova

46

30

45

37

41

(47)

246.00

199.00

44

FRA

FRA 14

Jennifer Poret

Caroline Vandame

32

38

46

44

42

(50)

252.00

202.00

45

GBR

GBR838

Jess Lavery

Megan Brickwood

39

42

41

42

39

(46)

249.00

203.00

46

POR

POR2

Sara Carmo

Matilde Pinheiro de Melo

45

33

(49)

40

44

44

255.00

206.00

47

ESP

ESP 2

Sofia Toro

Laura Sarasola

34

(49)

42

49

47

42

263.00

214.00

48

BUL

BUL243

Yana Markova

Ina Ilieva

47

48

38

45

(49)

45

272.00

223.00

49

ITA

ITA 88

Anna Bettoni

Sofia Carluccio

(49)

47

44

43

48

49

280.00

231.00

50

NED

NED75

Jeanine Speelman

Laura Fischer

(51)

50

47

46

46

48

288.00

237.00

51

HUN

HUN91

Orsolya Sipos

Zsofia Sipos

50

(51)

50

48

50

51

300.00

249.00

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