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470 Europeans: GBR's Luke Patience/Elliot Willis win ahead of Final

'Luke Patience/Elliot Willis (GBR-863)'    © Nikos Alevromytis / Alen Photography

2014 470 European Championships - Stunning sailing conditions across the race course on the Saronic Gulf in two nailbiting races, sees the 2014 470 Men European Championship title already awarded with a day to spare.

The race track is immediately off Greece’s capital city Athens, with a breeze of around 10-12 knots and another blue sky day raced against the iconic Acropolis in the background.

The British pair of Luke Patience/Elliot Willis saved their best to last, knocking out back to back second place finishes in races nine and ten to become the 2014 470 Men European Champions.

In the 470 Women, the battle for the European Championship title has another day to go and will be between two boats, Austria’s Lara Vadlau/Jola Ogar and Great Britain’s Hannah Mills/Saskia Clark. The British will start the double-points medal race on the back foot, sitting on an 11 point deficit behind the Austrians, but with the Medal Race counting for double points there is still plenty to play for.

The tension here at the 2014 470 Open European Championships now escalates to Tuesday’s double point Medal Races. The windward/leeward medal race course will be set just off the Yacht Club of Greece, from where spectators will enjoy an elevated shoreside view point.

470 Men

More top finishes for the teams at the front of the leaderboard as racing heated up, with Mathew Belcher/Will Ryan (AUS) and Luke Patience/Elliot Willis (GBR) increasing their points margin over the fleet. Tomorrow, Patience/Willis will be hoping their medal race finish will add the 470 Open European Championship title to the 2014 470 European Championship title already secured.

'It is pretty cool. Elliot has been saving his muscles to last,' grinned Patience who improves on last year’s 470 European silver medal with former crew Joe Glanfield. 'He has been absolutely pumping on the wire like a work horse for the past few days. We have just been on fire with speed. Everything has just felt good the last four races and yeh here we are with a European title. But there is still a race to go tomorrow and the Aussies are catchable,' he continued, referring to their chance at the Open European Championship title too. 'It is quite a big margin of points, but it is catchable so we will be head down thinking about tomorrow.'

'To leap forwards today was amazing,' explained Patience on the pair’s steady climb up the leaderboard over the past few days. 'It was just gorgeous champagne 470 sailing today. There was a bit of a gap between us and Mat going into today. Mat doesn’t often in those conditions have a big number under his belt so it was a big ask for us to do what we did. But as ever with these things, our sport is so complex, and we knew that if we just went into the into the day trying to control everything we could control, if we did that well we would be in a good place and that is all you can really ask.'

An astounding success in such a short period of time for the team has not surprised Patience, who commented, 'Four or five months is not very long together at all. I think we always knew starting the team that it felt good and we felt like we had potential. To come here after such a short time and be comfortably racing at the front of the fleet and feeling good about what we are doing is great. Absolutely we dreamed we could do this, it is what we do it for, but in such short time it is great.'

Reflecting on their rapid success being a warning to others, Patience could only grin, 'I hope so!'

Looking ahead to tomorrow’s assault to do the double and secure the Open European Championship title, Patience concluded, 'The point is we have nothing to lose. We physically can’t move – we can’t be worse than second behind Mat, so it is ours to take.'

Mathew Belcher and Will Ryan (AUS-11) - 2014 470 European Championship -  http://www.alen.gr!©_Nikos_Alevromytis_-_Alen_Photography   Click Here to view large photo

Belcher and Ryan won the 2013 Open European Championship title, and carry a nine point advantage over the British in their quest for a successful defence.

'This week we just wanted to focus on our performance and we know that all the teams are in good shape and we are in good shape, so it has been a good event for us to see where we are at and check in,' said Belcher. 'This year has been quite difficult for us with a lot of things to cope with, so it is important for us to see where we are at before the ISAF Worlds and we are really happy with how we have sailed this week.'

Matthias Schmid and Florian Reichstaedter (AUT-3) - 2014 470 European Championship -  http://www.alen.gr!©_Nikos_Alevromytis_-_Alen_Photography   Click Here to view large photo

With the British assured the European Championship gold medal, the hunt is now on for silver and bronze medals with three teams in contention; Joonas Lindgren/Niklas Lindgren (FIN), Sime Fantela/Igor Marenic (CRO) and Matthias Schmid/Florian Reichstaedter (AUT). Just six points separates these teams and with the double points Medal Race, it is going to be a really close contest to decide the remaining European and Open European podium places.

Joonas Lindgren and Niklas Lindgren (FIN-7) - 2014 470 European Championship -  http://www.alen.gr!©_Nikos_Alevromytis_-_Alen_Photography   Click Here to view large photo

Not the best of days for Finland’s Lindgren brothers, but fortunately their high scores were exceeded by their nearest rivals. So results which would normally have seen them drop down the leaderboard, actually pushed them up to third overall. The team were 25th at the first mark in race nine and fought back through the fleet, taking advantage of shifts. Race 10 again saw them struggling from the back in a tricky race, but now their attention is firmly on tomorrow.

'What we do now is check everything is OK with the boat and then we go home,' explained Joonas. 'We will try to be relaxed but not too much, as we don’t want to start to feel as though the regatta is over. With the other two boats so close, we will just try to do our own race and basically aim for a race win.'

Worst day of the series for Croatia’s Fantela/Marenic today who are three time European Champions. 'It will be a nailbiting medal race again,' said Fantela. 'We will sail as usual 100% all in and in the end hopefully win a medal. It is all really open. Whoever sails the best tomorrow will win.'

A surprise disappearance from the Medal Race line-up for the 2103 European Champions Sofian Bouvet/Jeremie Mion (FRA) who spiralled downwards from fifth going into the day to 12th, after struggling with form and scoring their worst pair of races of the series; a 33, 20.

470 Men Medal Race Line-Up – Top 10 after 10 Races

1. Mathew Belcher/Will Ryan (AUS) - 26 pts
2. Luke Patience/Elliot Willis (GBR) - 35 pts
3. Joonas Lindgren/Niklas Lindgren (FIN) - 63 pts

Anne Haeger and Briana Provancha (USA-1712) - 2014 470 European Championship -  http://www.alen.gr!©_Nikos_Alevromytis_-_Alen_Photography   Click Here to view large photo

470 Women

With most of the 470 Women fleet already carrying at least one double-pointer on their scoreline, today should have been all about consolidation and avoiding adding any more double digit results to scorelines. But not all the leading group managed it. Importantly for them though, the same teams on the leaderboard top 10 at the start of the day are still there, with just a few ups and downs in order.

Overnight series leaders Hannah Mills/Saskia Clark (GBR) did not even feature in the top 10 of the pack in race nine, finishing 18th and losing their number one position on the leaderboard to Austria’s Lara Vadlau/Jola Ogar who finished in fifth place.

'The wind was a bit round to the right, where it had been coming in most days, and generally tracked left and we kind of had that in our heads a bit too much off the startline,' explained Mills. 'We got a bad start, but held our line, but did a pretty poor job of lane management. From there we had a good run, but then a poor second beat, getting caught the wrong side of shifts. So we made our lives hard.'

Lara Vadlau and Jolanta Ogar (AUT-431) and Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark (GBR-118) - 2014 470 European Championship -  http://www.alen.gr!©_Nikos_Alevromytis_-_Alen_Photography   Click Here to view large photo

All change for the British in race 10, with Vadlau/Ogar setting the pace and Mills/Clark right behind at the first windward mark, chased by Slovenia’s Tina Mrak/Veronika Macarol in third. Fortunately for them, Mills/Clark managed to increase pace and pass the Austrians to claim the win to keep themselves in contention for the European Championship title. Tuesday’s double-points Medal Race will see the British and Austrians facing off for gold.

Delighted to be guaranteed either gold or silver, Clark added, 'The first race was disappointing as the Austrians have a significant lead on us, so it is going to be hard. They have been sailing amazingly all week. We were a bit deflated after that first race, but we have to put it in context of where we are and what we actually came here to achieve. To even be guaranteed a medal and in with a shot of winning the Championship is over our expectations. We are super pleased.'

For the Austrian pair, their longer term campaign only came together a few weeks ago when Ogar’s nationality switch from Polish to Austrian was formalized by the Austrian government. So now they are on one mission; to qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games in September and then it is game on for a medal in Rio.

A great day ahead for Austrian sailing tomorrow, with Vadlau/Ogar guaranteed either gold or silver and their 470 Men team mates Schmid/Reichstaedter also in the hunt for silver or bronze.

'We had a pretty solid day, it was a great day for us,' said Vadlau.

Vadlau’s partnership with Ogar creates an incredibly balanced team. 'I am older and sometimes when Lara wants to be a bit extreme I will always say safety first,' explained Ogar. 'Lara has a brilliant mind and I only have to watch and remind her not to freak out so much on the water.'

'Sailing is about consistency and controlling yourself and we have managed it,' continued Ogar. 'We know how to sail, but we were a little afraid about the boat handling. The other teams are all the time training and we have been out of the boat,' she added referring to Vadlau’s knee surgery earlier in the year.

Impressive to consider that just two years ago Vadlau finished at the back of the fleet at the 2012 Olympics and she is now beating both the London 2012 Olympic gold and silver medallists.

Sophie Weguelin and Eilidh McIntyre (GBR-321) - 2014 470 European Championship -  http://www.alen.gr!©_Nikos_Alevromytis_-_Alen_Photography   Click Here to view large photo

Behind the Austrians and British, any one of three teams has a shot at European Championship bronze with Tina Mrak/Veronika Macarol (SLO), Sophie Weguelin/Eilidh McIntyre (GBR) and Camille Lecointre/Helene Defrance (FRA) all in contention. The Slovenians have the upper hand and would need to finish in ninth or 10th with the British or French winning to lose their grasp on the bronze medal. If they secure the final spot on the podium

Back in 10th place at the first mark for race nine, the Olympic Gold medallists Jo Aleh/Polly Powrie (NZL) made things difficult for themselves , but punched their way through to finish in fifth place and followed up with a second in race 10, overtaking the British and moving into second overall. The Kiwis are guaranteed a podium finish for the 470 Open European Championships, in what will be a three-nation battle between the Austrians, Kiwis and British to decide first, second and third.

'It was a solid day for us,' commented Powrie. 'Really lovely conditions – a really stellar Athens day.'

Commenting on their chance at the Open European crown, Aleh said, 'Looking at the points for tomorrow, we will have to just sail our own race. Since there are three of us it is not a one on one, so we just have to sail well.'

'We hope the Brits and Austrians will just take each other out and we will just keep on sailing,' laughed Aleh.

470 Women Medal Race Line-Up – Top 10 after 10 Races

1. Lara Vadlau/Jolanta Ogar (AUT) - 35 pts
2. Jo Aleh/Polly Powrie (NZL) - 42 pts
3. Hannah Mills/Saskia Clark (GBR) - 46pts

Afrodite Kyranakou and Anneloes Van Veen (NED-216) - 2014 470 European Championship -  http://www.alen.gr!©_Nikos_Alevromytis_-_Alen_Photography   Click Here to view large photo

Alisa Kirilyuk and Liudmila Dmitrieva (RUS-97) - 2014 470 European Championship -  http://www.alen.gr!©_Nikos_Alevromytis_-_Alen_Photography   Click Here to view large photo

Tina Mrak and Veronika Macarol (SLO-64) - 2014 470 European Championship -  http://www.alen.gr!©_Nikos_Alevromytis_-_Alen_Photography   Click Here to view large photo

Onan Barreiros and Juan Curbelo (ESP-9) - 2014 470 European Championship -  http://www.alen.gr!©_Nikos_Alevromytis_-_Alen_Photography   Click Here to view large photo

Panagiotis Mantis and Pavlos Kagialis (GRE-1) - 2014 470 European Championship -  http://www.alen.gr!©_Nikos_Alevromytis_-_Alen_Photography   Click Here to view large photo


Racing Schedule for Tuesday 15 July 2014

One double-points Medal Race for each of the 470 Men and 470 Women will finalize the podiums for the 470 European Championship and 470 Open European Championship titles. The 470 Women Medal Race gets underway first at 1400 hours, followed by the 470 Men at 1500 hours.

The intended course location for the Medal Race on Tuesday 15 July 2014 will be in the approximate vicinity of Mikrolimano Marina. Spectators may observe the race from the Yacht Club of Greece or Piraeus Sailing Club.

470 Men

 

SAIL #

BOW

CREW

NET points

TOTAL points

1Q

2Q

3Q

4Q

5F

6F

7F

8F

9F

10F

1

AUS 11

5

Mathew Belcher
Will Ryan

38

47

3

6

1

3

1

1

5

9

1

5

12

2

GBR 863

3

Luke Patience
Elliot Willis

53

72

4

7

9

1

19

4

4

2

2

2

18

3

AUT 3

14

Matthias Schmid
Florian Reichstaedter

71

91

9

10

5

2

20

6

10

13

13

1

2

4

CRO 83

1

Sime Fantela
Igor Marenic

73

97

9

11

3

4

3

14

6

1

24

16

6

5

FIN 7

9

Joonas Lindgren
Niklas Lindgren

77

101

4

2

4

2

24

7

15

6

12

11

14

6

GRE 165

40

Panagiotis Kampouridis
Efstathios Papadopoulos

90

128

2

13

5

21

13

2

BFD

7

20

3

4

7

ARG 7

7

Lucas Calabrese
Juan De La Fuente

91

116

6

6

6

8

25

5

3

10

19

18

10

8

USA 1713

8

Stuart McNay
David Hughes

95

125

8

26

3

7

30

3

14

3

15

8

8

9

GRE 1

6

Panagiotis Mantis
Pavlos Kagialis

105

131

1

18

10

8

7

13

1

26

8

23

16

10

ESP 9

17

Onan Barreiros
Juan Curbelo

114

152

5

8

2

1

6

32

BFD

22

3

13

OCS

11

SWE 349

4

Anton Dahlberg
Fredrik Bergstrom

93

122

1

29

18

3

10

9

20

17

8

7

 

12

FRA 27

2

Sofian Bouvet
Jeremie Mion

96

134

12

1

11

5

2

11

2

DNC

32

20

 

13

FRA 44

10

Pierre Leboucher
Nicolas Le Berre

99

137

2

2

16

11

17

12

7

11

DSQ

21

 

14

FRA 7

36

Nicolas Charbonnier
Achille Nebout

105

127

7

20

10

7

22

16

9

8

22

6

 

15

AUT 437

11

David Bargehr
Lukas Mahr

116

147

14

1

8

20

31

23

11

28

7

4

 

16

JPN 11

29

Kazuto Doi
Kimihiko Imamura

124

158

8

4

25

24

9

34

12

29

4

9

 

17

RUS 5

23

Pavel Sosykin
Denis Gribanov

124

162

10

12

23

DSQ

5

8

BFD

4

5

19

 

18

JPN 4318

61

Naoki Ichino
Jyunpei Hokazono

136

165

18

9

8

19

21

10

16

24

11

29

 

19

SWE 350

38

Carl-Fredrik Fock
Marcus Dackhammar

137

170

11

5

1

5

33

31

28

12

14

30

 

20

GRE 10

39

Vasileios Papoutsoglou
Ioannis Orfanos

140

178

7

27

18

6

14

26

BFD

5

9

28

 

21

RUS 2

26

Mikhail Sheremetyev
Maksim Sheremetyev

140

178

25

5

6

20

8

19

BFD

21

10

26

 

22

POR 1

35

Goncalo Pires
Miguel Nunes

141

171

5

23

30

12

4

20

19

16

28

14

 

23

NZL 2

12

Paul Snow-Hansen
Daniel Willcox

150

177

3

21

19

22

27

18

8

23

21

15

 

24

ITA 5

30

Giulio Desiderato
Andrea Trani

154

183

13

24

24

4

28

17

13

19

29

12

 

25

ITA 99

43

Francesco Rebaudi
Matteo Ramian

158

192

16

3

7

10

34

33

22

27

16

24

 

26

POR 7

32

Antonio Rosa
Ricardo Schedel

161

196

6

12

22

22

12

35

17

34

26

10

 

27

FRA 4

20

Vianney Guilbaud
Vincent Guillarm

168

206

18

21

12

9

15

21

BFD

20

30

22

 

28

ITA 29

19

Simon Sivitz Kosuta
Jas Farneti

172

207

17

3

13

24

26

24

23

35

17

25

 

29

BRA 27

31

Henrique Haddad
Bruno Bethlem

177

210

23

15

7

19

16

27

21

18

33

31

 

30

ISR 17

24

Gal Cohen
Dan Froyliche

179

213

10

10

14

18

29

25

18

30

25

34

 

31

USA 89

46

Jordan Factor
Matthew Wefer

179

215

13

16

11

13

36

28

25

33

23

17

 

32

RSA 1

21

Asenathi Jim
Roger Hudson

183

215

15

27

16

10

23

22

27

25

18

32

 

33

GER 75

41

Denny Naujock
Paul Kuebel

192

223

24

7

13

27

11

30

26

31

27

27

 

34

AUS 7

50

Angus Galloway
Tim Hannah

195

230

22

11

2

31

35

15

31

14

34

35

 

35

ITA 300

42

Emanuele Savoini
Enzio Savoini

212

245

20

8

33

17

18

29

24

32

31

33

 

36

FRA 18

25

Hugo Feydit
Charlie Ageneau

214

252

12

14

21

13

DNS

DNS

29

15

36

36

 

37

AUS 9

67

Thomas Klemens
William Llewelyn

223

260

32

4

4

14

32

36

30

36

35

37

 

38

GER 10

15

Ferdinand Gerz
Oliver Szymanski

69

91

16

14

22

15

1

12

3

4

1

3

 

39

ITA 10

37

Matteo Capurro
Matteo Puppo

88

122

23

15

34

16

7

2

7

11

5

2

 

40

ESP 44

22

Jordi Xammar
Joan Herp

109

146

15

25

21

14

8

3

BFD

3

16

4

 

41

FRA 76

27

Guillaume Pirouelle
Valentin Sipan

110

142

19

32

17

17

21

21

10

1

3

1

 

42

GER 55

16

Jasper Wagner
Dustin Baldewein

111

141

22

30

26

6

5

5

8

16

8

15

 

43

SUI 16

13

Yannick Brauchli
Romuald Hausser

112

150

UFD

17

20

16

3

1

BFD

6

7

5

 

44

GBR 843

28

Mike Wood
David Kohler

126

158

19

32

19

25

9

22

6

18

2

6

 

45

AUS 5

33

Matthew Crawford
Robert Crawford

138

175

29

9

35

15

4

11

BFD

8

6

21

 

46

CAN 6

53

Jacob Saunders
Graeme Saunders

139

168

27

26

20

29

14

6

1

19

14

12

 

47

ITA 27

58

Matteo Pilati
Francesco Rubagotti

139

170

17

31

24

29

10

8

5

7

20

19

 

48

GER 15

18

Julian Autenrieth
Philipp Autenrieth

140

178

29

UFD

14

13

6

16

11

20

13

18

 

49

GRE 333

52

Alexander Kavas
George Kavas

141

178

31

22

15

23

2

4

2

5

DNC

DNC

 

50

FRA 5

44

Remy Thuillier
Mathieu Corruble

141

178

28

17

23

18

14

15

4

UFD

15

7

 

51

GER 13

54

Malte Winkel
Matti Cipra

145

182

27

13

29

23

18

UFD

14

9

4

8

 

52

ESP 22

48

Rayco Tabares
Alfredo Gonzalez

150

188

11

23

28

BFD

13

7

BFD

10

10

11

 

53

GER 11

55

Simon Diesch
Patrick Aggeler

159

189

30

18

9

21

20

25

16

12

12

26

 

54

SLO 21

45

Domen Vasic Stepancic
Jakob Bozic

169

206

20

34

17

12

BFD

UFD

26

2

11

10

 

55

BEL 16

49

Corentin Demanet
Quinten Lauwers

173

210

26

19

28

30

15

14

BFD

23

9

9

 

56

ITA 7

34

Francesco Falcetelli
Matteo Bernard

178

206

14

22

26

25

16

17

19

26

28

13

 

57

DEN 164

51

Balder Tobiasen
Magnus Jung Johansen

183

220

28

29

32

27

BFD

9

9

13

19

17

 

58

POR 10

47

Joao Villas-Boas
Fransisco Pinheiro De Melo

187

224

25

16

15

30

27

DNF

15

28

17

14

 

59

GRE 9

72

Konstantinos Kazantzis
Ioannis Dellios

191

226

35

19

27

26

23

29

12

21

18

16

 

60

SUI 2

56

Fabrice Rigot
Guillaume Rigot Rigot

201

239

21

UFD

30

9

19

24

20

25

30

23

 

61

GRE 3

69

Sotiris Tsamis
Faidon Kounas

212

245

33

33

31

28

26

10

18

17

22

27

 

62

ISR 3

73

Yogev Yosef
Nir Shental

216

253

24

20

25

30

BFD

13

BFD

22

23

22

 

63

AUT 477

64

Stefan Scharnagl
Helmut Schulz

218

255

21

28

34

31

22

26

BFD

15

21

20

 

64

ITA 753

60

Niccolo Bertola
Massimiliano Berta

220

250

26

25

29

26

17

23

24

30

25

25

 

65

GER 48

59

Julian Patrunky
Max Schumann

227

260

30

33

12

33

11

33

25

29

26

28

 

66

TUR 48

66

Halil Demirel
F?rta Sahin

237

272

32

28

32

35

29

19

22

14

31

30

 

67

GBR 828

57

Robert Gullan
Sam Brearey

242

276

34

24

33

32

24

18

23

27

32

29

 

68

CRO 11

68

Sime Soric
Marin Jakovcev

259

296

33

34

27

36

BFD

20

BFD

24

24

24

 

69

TUR 1905

62

Tora Sebahattin Kutoglu
Abdullah Baglica

269

306

31

31

36

35

BFD

30

13

32

29

32

 

70

BEL 20

65

Toon De Munck
Jef Smet

273

309

36

35

36

34

28

28

23

31

27

31

 

71

GRE 6

71

Ioannis Giannopoulos
Evangelos Mitakis

287

324

35

30

35

32

25

27

DNC

DNC

33

33

 

72

GBR 826

63

Tom Kinver
Tim Linsell

298

335

34

35

31

33

RET

RET

17

DNC

DNC

DNC

 

73

GRE 39

70

Christos Mamtoumidis
Savas Chatzatoglou

316

353

36

36

37

36

RET

RET

27

33

DNC

DNC

 

 

470 Women

SAIL #

BOW

CREW

CLUB

TOTAL points

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

1

AUT 431

CATALeJA

Lara Vadlau
Jolanta Ogar

45

63

2

10

4

2

1

8

18

1

5

2

10

2

GBR 118

THE HONEY BADGER

Hannah Mills
Saskia Clark

58

80

3

5

1

6

3

6

22

3

18

1

12

3

NZL 75

KINGSPAN

Jo Aleh
Polly Powrie

62

79

5

3

17

11

5

3

2

4

4

5

20

4

USA 1712

 

Anne Haeger
Briana Provancha

72

89

1

14

6

16

8

7

5

17

1

10

4

5

SLO 64

 

Tina Mrak
Veronika Macarol

87

111

10

20

24

3

19

2

4

5

3

3

18

6

BRA 177

 

Fernanda Oliveira
Ana Barbachan

88

140

7

6

3

8

15

12

BFD

8

11

4

14

7

FRA 9

 

Camille Lecointre
Helene Defrance

92

144

6

UFD

12

12

30

4

1

9

2

8

8

8

NED 216

DELTA LLOYD KERNPLOEG

Afrodite Kyranakou
Anneloes Van Veen

93

110

13

9

16

7

12

11

11

6

17

6

2

9

GBR 321

TEAM 3,2,1

Sophie Weguelin
Eilidh Mcintyre

100

152

4

12

9

15

2

1

6

28

UFD

7

16

10

RUS 97

 

Alisa Kirilyuk
Liudmila Dmitrieva

125

159

14

7

11

5

24

16

9

24

9

34

6

11

CRO 111

 

Enia Nincevic
Romana Zupan

136

162

17

21

20

19

6

18

12

7

26

16

 

12

SUI 5

MILLA

Linda Fahrni
Maja Siegenthaler

150

191

18

19

10

41

4

21

8

20

31

19

 

13

ESP 27

 

Angela Pumariega Menendez
Patricia Cantero Reina

150

177

11

27

18

18

25

17

17

27

8

9

 

14

GER 72

OWN THE WIND

Annika Bochmann
Karoline Goltzer

161

202

22

22

41

9

20

9

3

15

23

38

 

15

GBR 812

 

Anna Burnet
Flora Stewart

165

209

21

24

26

4

18

29

14

10

19

44

 

16

BRA 18

 

Renata Decnop
Isabel Swan

168

220

24

16

31

3

27

5

BFD

22

22

18

 

17

UKR 93

 

Anna Kyselova
Anastasiya Krasko

169

206

29

15

23

32

14

37

7

25

10

14

 

18

ESP 133

CNR/CNA

Marina Gallego
Fatima Reyes

176

207

27

13

13

31

21

27

26

14

7

28

 

19

GBR 865

AMY SEABRIGHT

Amy Seabright
Anna Carpenter

179

222

16

4

25

27

26

25

30

43

14

12

 

20

ITA 52

 

Francesca Komatar
Sveva Carraro

182

215

28

8

21

30

16

33

10

33

25

11

 

21

NED 6

DELTA LLOYD KERNPLOEG

Michelle Broekhuizen
Marieke Jongens

186

238

26

UFD

42

20

7

31

20

2

12

26

 

22

FRA 39

 

Maelenn Lemaitre
Aloise Retornaz

188

240

31

1

28

28

32

15

13

16

UFD

24

 

23

ITA 6

 

Elena Berta
Giulia Paolillo

195

235

12

23

40

10

23

30

34

23

13

27

 

24

ITA 16

MOU

Roberta Caputo
Alice Sinno

205

250

15

2

19

13

10

45

33

35

45

33

 

25

POL 11

SARNIE ZNIWO

Agnieszka Skrzypulec
Natalia Wojcik

230

282

20

40

2

35

11

28

15

38

UFD

41

 

26

GRE 13

 

Maria Bozi
Anna Passa

230

269

25

39

7

38

17

34

28

13

39

29

 

27

GER 66

STELLA

Annina Wagner
Elisabeth Panuschka

237

289

8

28

27

14

44

22

24

47

UFD

23

 

28

ESP 6

 

Alba Bou Serra
Julia Subira Felip

237

279

36

34

29

25

34

20

16

11

32

42

 

29

FIN 2

 

Julia Toroi
Mikaela Wulff

243

295

32

UFD

36

40

28

13

19

37

21

17

 

30

USA 88

 

Sydney Bolger
Carly Shevitz

245

297

DSQ

29

UFD

17

36

24

27

32

6

22

 

31

RUS 12

 

Natalia Ivanova
Nadezhda Gerasimova

249

301

34

33

22

34

9

35

31

DSQ

38

13

 

32

GRE 44

 

Despoina Stefanoudaki
Rafailina Klonaridou

251

303

9

41

9

44

43

19

BFD

44

27

15

 

33

GRE 11

 

Dimitra Pagida
Alina Stratigiou

255

307

33

UFD

14

47

45

26

21

19

29

21

 

34

AUS 12

MY LIFE

Sasha Ryan
Amelia Catt

267

309

19

36

34

33

31

42

23

21

34

36

 

35

GER 24

 

Nadine Bohm
Ann- Christin Golia?

268

312

38

11

35

24

40

44

41

18

36

25

 

36

GRE 2

 

Katerina Kaitatzidou
Sofia Kaitatzidou

276

325

42

35

8

29

39

23

39

46

15

49

 

37

ESP 14

 

Barbara Cornudella Ravetllat
Sara Lopez Ravetllat

277

329

DSQ

17

15

26

47

38

44

42

28

20

 

38

AUS 99

MANTA

Carrie Smith
Jaime Ryan

278

330

30

37

30

46

29

10

38

12

UFD

46

 

39

ISR 11

 

Noya Bar-am
Rimon Shoshan

282

330

23

26

43

39

13

48

35

48

24

31

 

40

GER 26

VICTORIA

Muriel Schroder
Anna Markfort

294

341

39

25

39

36

33

43

47

26

16

37

 

41

AUS 1

 

Jacqueline Gurr
Sarah Cook

303

353

44

38

50

22

35

14

45

29

37

39

 

42

ESP 2

DEPORTE GALEGO

Sofia Toro
Laura Sarasola

315

362

35

46

47

39

22

47

32

31

20

43

 

43

POR 2

 

Sara Carmo
Matilde Pinheiro De Melo

325

371

37

44

33

23

46

32

42

39

30

45

 

44

NED 75

TEAM SPEELMAN

Jeanine Speelman
Marchien Speelman

332

382

40

30

44

21

38

40

37

41

41

50

 

45

CZE 7

 

Hana Chudejova
Lenka Mrzilkova

334

385

41

31

32

51

41

36

25

45

43

40

 

46

SLO 700

 

EVA PETERNELJ
Valentina Baruca

340

389

45

18

37

49

48

39

46

30

42

35

 

47

TUR 10

 

Beste Kaynakci
Simge Serim

356

406

43

32

49

42

50

49

36

40

33

32

 

48

BUL 243

 

Yana Markova
Ina Ilieva

365

413

48

43

46

45

42

41

40

34

44

30

 

49

AUS 2

 

Lucy Shephard
Emma Barton

372

424

RET

42

45

50

37

50

29

36

35

48

 

50

TUR 25

 

Sevim Sirma Karaca
Selin Basegmez

398

449

47

45

38

43

51

46

43

49

40

47

 

51

HUN 91

 

Orsolya Sipos
Zsofia Sipos

446

499

46

47

48

48

49

53

DNS

DNS

DNC

DNC