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Day 2- Results - Laser Radial Youth Men

by Sarah Powrie on 25 Mar 2008
2008 Laser Radial Worlds Day 2 Youth Men is being sailed in Takapuna, New Zealand.

The youth male fleet is split into two qualifying fleets, yellow and blue. Both fleets completed two races today. A total of four races have been sailed so far.

Results Radial Youth Men

No Sailno Name Scores 1 2 3 4
1 NZL 181961 Maloney Andrew 6.0 3 1 1 1
2 BRA 189532 Pereira Guilherme 15.0 1 3 6 5
3 NZL 190332 Meech Sam 16.0 6 2 2 6
4 NZL 185378 Vincent Matt 18.0 1 1 8 8
5 FRA 188506 Florent Blais 19.0 8 2 6 3
6 NZL 188807 Saunders Jason 21.0 5 10 4 2
7 GBR 187491 Spencer James 22.0 5 5 3 9
8 IRL 191247 Penney Chris 23.0 2 6 7 8
9 NZL 181998 Deegan Luke 23.0 3 6 8 6
10 BRA 159694 Mazzaferro Stefano 24.0 4 9 7 4
11 GBR 189362 Evans Martin 25.0 10 12 1 2
12 GRE 188230 Kiourtzis Alexandros 31.0 11 15 4 1
13 NED 184292 Ter Haar Sierk Jan 33.0 9 3 11 10
14 NZL 185381 McKee Cameron 34.0 2 4 18 10
15 NED 178640 Moerman Maarten Max 35.0 20 9 2 4
16 NZL 191623 Dow Travis 36.0 9 4 12 11
17 MAS 182997 Hairudin Harrithammry 51.0 6 16 10 19
18 CRO 189016 Peresa Marko 54.0 7 7 19 21
19 AUS 163194 Noye Elliott 54.0 12 11 13 18
20 NZL 171924 Jacobson Kayne 58.0 7 20 19 12
21 AUS 191612 Burton Tom 60.0 10 bfd 3 3
22 BRA 185098 Pinna Baepi 60.0 4 11 15 30
23 AUS 185363 Searle Keiran 60.0 15 13 17 15
24 RUS 151111 Zotov Ivan 63.0 13 15 15 20
25 TRI 175772 Leighton Stuart 64.0 16 8 16 24
26 USA 181241 Leon Collin 65.0 11 18 24 12
27 USA 175086 Dugdale Nicholas 66.0 17 7 16 26
28 ITA 188545 Acciani Alessandro 68.0 14 16 22 16
29 SLO 185409 Pletikos Nik 69.0 13 bfd 5 7
30 CRO 172582 Zahtila Albert 70.0 14 14 23 19
31 NZL 184218 Loxton Spencer 74.0 21 23 14 16
32 NZL 191618 Porebski Josh 75.0 31 18 11 15
33 ITA 182771 Pellis Marco 77.0 12 22 26 17
34 BRA 179001 Ramos Veeren Alex 77.0 15 13 23 26
35 NZL 175279 Coltman Tim 78.0 ocs 8 13 13
36 USA 190374 Wallace John 80.0 24 bfd 5 7
37 TUR 176332 Almat Murat 84.0 17 19 27 21
38 USA 189792 McClatchy Bo 86.0 8 bfd 20 14
39 NZL 192613 Cockburn Hayden 88.0 36 14 18 20
40 GBR 178751 Cornthwaite Jak 89.0 28 bfd 12 5
41 TRI 75075 Barcant Aaron 89.0 23 bfd 9 13
42 NZL 186655 Banks Codie 89.0 22 12 31 24
43 NZL 192615 Smith Chris 89.0 19 17 24 29
44 TUR 191728 Bastanoglu Bora 91.0 27 bfd 9 11
45 CRO 172584 Krivicic Luka 91.0 18 17 21 35
46 NZL 177772 Kennedy Darren 94.0 18 24 25 27
47 USA 165023 Dair Gregory 95.0 19 10 33 33
48 TRI 173405 Leighton James 97.0 ocs 5 14 34
49 TUR 184781 Tumsen Celal 97.0 ocs 34 10 9
50 COK 178799 Elisa Peter 98.0 20 bfd 20 14
51 NZL 191615 Hern Matthew 100.0 24 25 29 22
52 AUS 167071 Jones Christopher 107.0 25 bfd 21 17
53 NZL 192267 Macfarlane Jackson 107.0 25 21 29 32
54 ITA 186330 La Mantia Filippo 114.0 22 42 32 18
55 NZL 192612 Lane George 115.0 26 30 30 29
56 NZL 178800 Croft Nicolas 116.0 30 26 37 23
57 NZL 185382 Geddes Rawiri 118.0 32 bfd 17 25
58 IRL 189212 Scallan Ben 119.0 ocs 19 25 31
59 ITA 188245 Gaspari Federico 119.0 27 31 36 25
60 USA 173245 Lozier Philip 120.0 31 27 31 31
61 TAH 177758 Oudart Loic 121.0 34 29 35 23
62 NZL 192609 Coles Jordan 122.0 23 36 28 35
63 NZL 190329 Cox Jacob 124.0 28 28 30 38
64 NZL 153185 Rhodes Scott 125.0 41 25 32 27
65 AUS 187883 Leicester Simon 125.0 29 33 27 36
66 NZL 181962 Wright Joseph 126.0 29 21 39 37
67 GRE 171320 Kostomoiris George 128.0 34 bfd 22 28
68 NZL 193023 Stevens William 128.0 35 37 34 22
69 CRO 178702 Gatin Inno 129.0 16 41 28 dnf
70 ITA 181665 Gagliano Candela Salvatore 129.0 36 39 26 28
71 POR 174127 Neves Pedro 130.0 39 22 35 34
72 USA 187260 Norris Phillip 130.0 32 32 33 33
73 AUS 192268 Barton Angus 133.0 30 20 39 dnf
74 NZL 170532 Jones Daniel 137.0 40 24 37 36
75 JPN 166991 Suzuki Yoshio 141.0 21 bfd 38 38
76 NZL 192281 Rodgers Michael 145.0 26 bfd 38 37
77 JPN 173731 Waki Munechika 145.0 35 bfd 36 30
78 JPN 187420 Maeshima Motoki 147.0 42 23 42 40
79 COK 148915 Charlie Junior 148.0 38 bfd 34 32
80 AUS 170509 Langford Rohan 150.0 33 35 41 41
81 JPN 177063 Yaegaki Teppei 156.0 33 bfd 40 39
82 NZL 131870 Gray George 157.0 37 40 40 40
83 NZL 192276 Chadderton Hamish 162.0 38 43 42 39
84 NZL 191622 Pasco Robert 163.0 37 bfd 41 41
85 JPN 163216 Yoshida Kyohei 167.0 ocs 38 43 42
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