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29er World Championship - Danes hang onto the lead

by Sail-World.com on 6 Jan 2010
2010 29er Worlds, Day 3 Fried Elliott © http://www.friedbits.com

At the 29er Worlds beng sailed at Grand Bahama Island, Oscar Haumann and Klaus Holtug of Denmark managed a bullet and a third today in challenging conditions.

Kevin Fisher and Glenn Gouron from France managed two fourth places today, to be second on the leaderboard. The Italians Lorenzo Franceschini and Riccardo Camin are third.

High winds meant that today's racing was spectacular.

Racing continues tomorrow with 3 races scheduled. Similar breeze to today is predicted for tomorrow, so more exciting sailing should be on the cards.





29er Worlds -

Pos Sail   Boat   Skipper Hometown Country    1   2   3   4   5    Total
1  
DEN1593   [Y]   Oscar Haumann/
Taus Holtug

[Q]  
Charlottenlund, Copenhagen   DEN     2   11   2   1   3     19  
2  
FRA7      Kevin Fisher/
Glenn Gouron

[Q]  
guerande, loira-atlantique   FRA     16   1   5   4   4     30  
3  
ITA8      Lorenzo Franceschini/
Riccardo Camin

[Q]  
Trento, TN   ITA     14   6   10   6   2     38  
4  
ARG19   Little Forrito   Nahuel Fernando Martinez/
Axel Vugdelija

[Q]  
Don Torcuato, Buenos Aires   ARG     5   21   4   3   6     39  
5  
AUS805      Jay Griffin/
Will Chapman

[Q]  
Sydney, NSW   AUS     3   5   26   2   5     41  
6  
USA9   TEAM SHAKE'N BAKE   MAXWELL FRASER/
DAVID LIEBENBERG

[Q]  
CAPITOLA, CALIFORNIA   USA     23   12   1   5   1     42  
7  
ARG5   CARRERA/TREEGO   Pepe Bettini/
Fernando Gwozdz

[Q]  
Olivos, Buenos Aires   ARG     9   4   3   10   19     45  
8  
FRA1747   [Y]   Gaël Jaffrezic/
Julien Bloyet
[Q]  
La Baule, Loire-Atlantique   FRA     1   7   13   14   15     50T  
9  
DEN1554   Blomst [F]   Ida Marie Baad Nielsen/
Marie Thusgaard Olsen

[Q]  
Århus C, Denmark   DEN     8   3   19   8   12     50T  
10  
USA928      Antoine Screve/
James Moody

[Q]  
Ross, California   USA     10   13   11   19   13     66  
11  
DEN1500      kristian kirketerp ibsen/
Mathias Lehm Sletten

[Q]  
risskov, Århus   DEN     36/DSQ   8   6   12   10     72  
12  
GER1173   Drop, Drop, Drop! [Y]   Lukas Stemmler/
Max Monheim

[Q]  
Güby, Schleswig-Holstein   GER     11   24   12   7   22     76  
13  
CRO1746      Domagoj Fizulic/
Leon Ostrez

[Q]  
Zagreb, Zagreb   CRO     22   16   17   11   11     77  
14  
USA510   Henken Broz. [Y]   Sterling Henken/
Hans Henken

[Q]  
Coronado, CA   USA     15   17   22   9   16     79  
15  
ARG1317   SebastianVignale   Sebastian Vignale/
Guillermo Gallacher

[Q]  
Buenos Aires, Capital Federal   ARG     12   19   9   13   29     82  
16  
USA259      Mac Agnese/
Timothy Zenderman

[Q]  
Fort Lauderdale, Fl   USA     7   14   21   24   18     84  
17  
AUS270   [F]   Aimee Negri/
Michelle Muller

[Q]  
Perth, W.A   AUS     6   25   16   26   14     87  
18  
GER23   NPRT   Justus Schmidt/
Max Boehme

[Q]  
Eutin, Schleswig Holstein   GER     36/DSQ   2   7   36/DSQ   7     88  
19  
USA169   Bliksem   Amanda Taselaar/
Jeremy wilmot

[Q]  
Scarsdale, NY   USA     27   10   27   16   9     89T  
20  
USA927   [F]   Jen Morgan Glass/
Helena Scutt

[Q]  
Seattle, WA   USA     21   9   15   27   17     89T  
21  
GER1281   NUKI [F][Y]   Jule Goerge/
Lotta Goerge

[Q]  
Kiel, SH   GER     13   20   20   21   24     98  
22  
NOR1606   [F]   Helene Naess/
Ane Gundersen

[Q]  
Duken, Vestfold   NOR     25   22   28   15   23     113  
23  
ARG1315   sn   Leandro Gomez/
Martin Abade

[Q]  
Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires   ARG     26   32   18   18   20     114  
24  
USA267   Brick House   Kristen Lane/
Charlie McKee
[Q]  
Tiburon, CA   USA     17   18   8   36/DNC   36/DNC     115  
25  
CAN453   [F]   Emily Hill/
Danielle Boyd

[Q]  
Hamilton, Ontario   CAN     20   27   25   20   25     117  
26  
USA200      Christopher Stocke/
Daniel Goldman

[Q]  
Sarasota, FL   USA     4   26   29   23   36/DNS     118T  
27  
ITA1209      augusto poropat/
giacomo grosselli

[Q]  
trieste, trieste   ITA     30   15   23   22   28     118T  
28  
CAY1460      Michael Weber/
Stuart Jennings
[Q]  
Red Bay, Grand Cayman   CAY     28   34   14   36/DSQ   8     120  
29  
ITA1340      Ottavia Raggio/
Pitanti Matilde
[Q]  
lerici, La spezia   ITA     24   31   24   25   27     131  
30  
GER1189      Simon Dierck/
Fritjof Richter

[Q]  
Louisenlund, Schleswig-Holstein   GER     31   28   31   17   26     133  
31  
NOR1398   [F][Y]   Ragna Melbye Eide/
Kristin Nyland

[Q]  
Oslo, Oslo   NOR     29   30   30   29/TLE   21     139  
32  
ITA1512   [F][Y]   Alice Agnoletto/
Giuditta Colombi

[Q]  
Reggio Emilia, Italy   ITA     18   29   34   36/DNC   36/DNC     153  
33  
USA1467   [F][Y]   Chanel Miller/
CC Childers

[Q]  
Fort Lauderdale, Florida   USA     19   33   32   36/DNC   36/DNC     156  
34  
CAN1047   [F]   Emily Tsang/
Lauren Laventure

[Q]  
Montreal, Quebec   CAN     32   23   35   36/DNC   36/DNS     162  
35  
ITA1656      Simone Risatti/
Filippo Campana

[Q]  
Riva del Garda, cr   ITA     33   35   33   36/DNC   36/DNS     173  

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