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Byte CII World Championship Day 3 - Mr. Unbeatable

by Byte CII Media on 28 Aug 2013
Byte CII World Championships 2013 Byte CII http://bytecii.com/
2013 Byte CII Worlds at Sail Newport, Rhode Island USA - 22 countries are represented at this event, which runs from August 24 to 28, 2013.

Meanwhile, on the Narragansett Bay course today, the 2013 Laser 4.7 Youth Worlds number two, Jonatan Vadnai from Hungary sailed four perfect races and now sits with seven first place finishes. An impressive result in a 38 boat fleet.

The rest of the top five remained unchanged with the 2013 USA Byte CII Champion Henry Marshall USA getting three seconds and a third and this put him a comfortable 23 points ahead of Pavle Zivanovic of Croatia in third place.

Fourth and fifth places are still held by Peter Dill, Bermuda and Bernie Chin, Singapore. They are only a point apart but 30 points ahead of Paul De Souza, Bahamas and Justin Vittecoq, Canada.


Amongst the females, Odile Van Aarnholt, Netherlands sits in sixth place overall and is still the leader sitting 12 points up on Maria Erdi of Hungary. Third placed female is Cecilia Wollmann, Bermuda followed by a new face in the top five - Capucine Raguet from France.

Capucine is in the boat for the first time at this regatta and, starting with a 29th place in the Pre Worlds, has worked her way up to fourth female and was sailing in the top ten today. Fifth female is Samantha Yom of Singapore.

The 2013 Byte CII World Championship is also an Open Qualifier for the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing China.


The top ranked male and female competitor from the first five different nations in the final scoring, will qualify that nation for a respective male and female position in the singlehanded sailing discipline of the Youth Olympic Games as per the ISAF Qualification System.

This Championship only qualifies the nation and does NOT automatically qualify the sailor. The sailor finally selected for the Games will be chosen by the ISAF Member National Authority (MNA) of the qualified nation.

Country - Total
Bahamas - 1
Barbados - 1
Bermuda- 4
British Virgin Islands -1
Bulgaria - 3
Canada - 1
Cayman Islands - 4
Croatia - 1
Dominican Republic 1
Ecuador - 1
Finland - 3
France - 1
Hungary - 2
Mexico - 2
Netherlands - 1
Singapore - 6
Sweden - 1
Thailand - 1
Trinidad and Tobago - 1
U.S. Virgin Islands - 2
U.S.A. - 1

2013 Byte CII World Championship- PRELIMINARY RESULTS

 

Pos

 

Sail

 

Country

 

Skipper

Total

Points

1

3418

Hungary

Vadnai, Jonatan

7

2

3177

USA

Marshall, Henry

16

3

3420

Croatia

Zivanovic, Pavle

39

4

1316

Bermuda

Dill, Peter

44

5

3441

Singapore

Chin, Bernie

45

6

3257

Netherlands

Van Aanholt, Odile

58

7

3419

Hungary

Erdi, Maria

70

8

3415

Bahamas

De Souza, Paul

75

9

3221

Canada

Vittecoq, Justin

76

10

2353

Cayman Islands

Bertran, Pablo

77

11

3040

Cayman Islands

McDermot, Andres

78

12

3417

Thailand

Punjamala, Chusitt

79

13

3

Sweden

Nordquist, Arvid

87

14

3188

Finland

Mikkola, Martin

88

15

2457

Cayman Islands

Jackson, Jesse

93

16

3425

Mexico

Seifert, Leopoldo

99

17

1029

Bermuda

Wollmann, Cecilia

105

18

3191

Singapore

Chew, Justin

117

19

3423

Bulgaria

Maksimov, Georgi

136

20

3057

Finland

Gronblom, Alexander

141

21

3172

Barbados

Gittens, Scott

145

22

3300

France

Raguet, Capucine

146

23

3437

Singapore

Yom, Samantha

154

24

2246

Cayman Islands

Allan, Florence

155

25

20

Dominican Republic

Lugtmeijer, Celeste

160

26

3426

Mexico

Medina, Juan Luis

161

27

3178

Finland

Von Koskull, Jacob

169

28

327

British Virgin Islands

Morrell, Sam

173

29

3184

Singapore

Ang, Christopher

182

30

3422

Bulgaria

Hinkovska, Viktoriya

190

31

24

Bermuda

Smith, Benn

191

32

2888

Bermuda

Cooper, Chase

196

33

3141

US Virgin Islands

McKenzie, Scott

199

34

3427

Trinidad & Tobago

Affoo, Abigail

217

35

413

US Virgin Islands

Clarke, Paige

223

36

3197

Singapore

Lee, Candice

233

37

4

Ecuador

De Lulio, Romina

235

38

3110

Singapore

Low, Jasime

238

 



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