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CORK Olympic Classes Regatta -Great sailing condition on the final day

by Marianne Davis on 22 Aug 2013
2013 CORK Olympic Classes Regatta Kalu.ca
The last day of the event was another day of great sailing conditions, 12 – 15 knots of breeze from the southwest. The 49er and 49erFX entertained everyone with spectacular medal races close to shore at Portsmouth Olympic Harbour.

Volunteers from Kingston and from as far away as Australia and New Zealand helped make the event a great success and the sailors experienced excellent racing in varied conditions. Kingston delivered on wind and waves to test the ability of the future Results

http://www.cork.org/events/cork-ocr/" target="_blank">Event website

 49erFX Race Results, CORK 2013  


















CORK 2013 - 49erFX Class Results, LOWPOINT Scoring System
Data as of Tuesday 20 August 2013 at 4:34 pm - Final



































 
 

Net




Pos. Sail Skipper + Crew Two Medal Races
  Country & Club



Drops 1 2 3 Total
1 826 HENKEN, PARIS / Helena Scutt 21 2 8 2 33   USA WA Kirkland,SEATTLE YC, ST
2 812 RAFUSE, ERIN / Danielle Boyd 31 12 2 8 53   CAN NS Halifax,RNSYS/KYC
3 1210 BERRY, ERIN / Lauren Laventure 43 4 4 6 57   CAN BC Victoria,RVICYC
4 1214 LANE, KRISTEN / Christine Neville 39 8 6 10 63   USA CA Tiburon,ST. FRANCIS YC
5 819 MORGAN, ARIELLE / Heather Myatt 48 6 16 4 74   CAN QC Westmount,RSTLYC
6 9 BORDON, LAURA / Marie-Pier Alary 78 10 10 14 112   CAN QC Luskville,BYC/EVO
7 711 MOORE, JOANNA / Alexandra Edgar 83 14 12 12 121   CAN BC West Vancouver,EHYC/RVYC
8 807 CUTHBERTSON, MORGAN / Madelaine Lott 103 16 16 16 151   CAN ,



















49er Gold Race Results, CORK 2013  

Final















CORK 2013 - 49er Gold Fleet Results, LOWPOINT Scoring System
Data as of Wednesday 21 August 2013 at 1410 pm - Subject to Protest







































Net




Pos. Sail Skipper + Crew Two Medal Races
  Country & Club



Drops 1 2 3 Total
1 1268 LADHA, JON / Daniel Inkpen 21 2 2 2 27   CAN NL St.Phillip's,RNYC
2 905 MORI, DAVID / Justin Barnes 40 12 4 10 66   CAN ON Oakville,RCYC
3 817 BARROWS, THOMAS / Joe martis 82 10 8 6 106   CAN ,BYC
4 123 SPACEMAN, DR. LEONARD / Tej Trevor Parekh 86 4 14 4 108   USA ,
5 514 BRODEUR, MICHAEL / alexandre stranix 67 20 22 14 123   CAN QC Dorva,RSTLYC
6 311 FERGUSON, JOHN / Arthur Ferguson 100 8 6 16 130   CAN ON Toronto,RCYC
7 1135 EHVERT, PETER / Paul Ehvert 109 16 10 8 143   CAN ON Toronto,RCYC
8 1269 GUSTIN, SAM / Ian Woodbury 126 6 12 12 156   CAN BC Coquitlam,RVYC
9 1139 CARLTON, TOMMY / Matthew Sullivan 136 18 16 18 188   CAN ON Thornhill,KYC
10 1202 MACDONALD, TYLER / Michael Deady 136 14 18 22 190   USA CA Menlo Park,STFYC, RYC, NHY
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