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Christmas Race Palamos - Day 3 results

by Sail-world.com/uk on 21 Dec 2007
470 - Christmas Race Alfred Farre http://www.alfredfarre.com

Clouds, wind but no rain and again great sailing in the Christmas Race at Palamós!

It has been a cloudy, chilly day in Palamós but fortunately no rain. All classes started their races in time and again the three races scheduled have been completed. That’s what we call a great day!

Rafael Serrano (Luky), Principal Race Officer Alpha area comments: 'It’s been a good day although we faced some difficulties in the last race due to the 040º wind shift. But we made a change of course and the race was completed successfully. A good day!'

In the women's 470, Stefanie Rothweiler and Vivien Kussatz of Germany take over the lead from Spain's Marina Gallego and Tamara Echegoyen. Britain's Christina Bassadone and Saskia Clark drop to fifth overall.

In the Men's event Gabrio Zandonà and Andrea Trani of Italy are the new leaders, despite a black flag in the final race. Britain's Luke Patience and Chris Grube also got a black flag and they drop to fourth.

In the Radial class, Volungeviciute Gintare (LTU) continues to lead ahead of Tuula Tenkanen (FIN). Alison Young is the best placed Brit, in sixth place.

Dominic Breen-Turner of Britain remains in second place in the Laser event, with Eduardo Van Vianem of Holland the clear leader.

And today some excellent macaroni offered by HOTEL ANCORA will make the day for all competitors! Good appetite to all!

Leading overall scores after 9 races

470, Women
1 GER 4978 Stefanie Rothweiler/Vivien Kussatz 26 3 9 1 BFD 3 2 5 1 2
2 ESP 33 Marina Gallego/Tamara Echegoyen 26 5 1 2 1 4 RAF 4 4 5
3 ESP 696 Tara Pacheco/Berta Betanzos 29 4 3 8 3 5 5 1 7 1
4 AUT 431 Sylvia Vogl/Carolina Flatscher 29 2 2 6 4 7 3 6 2 4
5 GBR 833 Christina Bassadone/Saskia Clark 37 1 10 3 5 6 1 7 6 8
6 FRA 64 Menaldo Marie/Defrance Hélène 51 8 5 4 6 2 4 11 11 BFD
7 GBR 835 Hannah Mills/Katrina Hughes 51 6 6 5 7 9 7 2 9 11
8 BLR 5 Aliaksandra Aziornaya /Ala Vernikovich 52 7 8 11 2 1 8 12 3 BFD
9 ITA 4393 Francesca Komatar/Sveva Carraro 62 10 OCS 7 BFD 8 6 3 5 9
10 GBR 840 Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth 72 9 4 12 11 11 9 8 10 10

470, Men
1 ITA 2 Gabrio Zandonà/Andrea Trani 29 1 2 9 4 3 2 4 4 BFD
2 ESP 1 Paco Sanchez Ferrer/Alejandro Ramos Lopez 37 9 1 6 3 1 1 6 10 BFD
3 SWE 323 Anton Dahlberg/Sebastian Östling 61 13 5 10 2 15 7 2 21 7
4 GBR 834 Luke Patience/Chris Grube 64 2 6 7 6 8 26 8 1 BFD
5 IRL 77 Ger Owens/Philip Lawton 64 12 9 1 16 2 9 11 7 13
6 GER 4 Lucas Zellmer/Heiko Seelig 65 4 15 20 1 16 12 1 14 2
7 FRA 21 Alexandre Rossignol/David Boudgourd 80 5 14 21 15 12 3 10 2 19
8 ITA 11 Fabio Zeni/Nicola Pianti 82 7 4 19 13 6 14 7 19 12
9 AUT 3 Matthias Schmid/Flavian Reichstaedter 88 6 3 2 18 14 20 29 20 5
10 ITA 4 Luca Dubbini/Roberto Dubbini 95 11 OCS 23 10 11 4 17 13 6

Laser
1 NED 179592 Eduardo Van Vianem 34 16 1 6 2 3 5 5 11 1
2 GBR 188303 Dominic Breen-Turner 54 11 2 3 5 9 6 13 6 12
3 FRA 188277 Rodrigue Cabaz 59,4 10 13 5 4 1 11 28 4 4
4 GBR 188412 Dan Belben 65 3 17 16 24 2 2 8 15 2
5 GBR 189174 Evan Scott 69 1 16 10 12 33 14 2 8 6
6 FRA 187579 Antony Munos 83 12 15 8 3 20 10 16 16 3
7 GBR 186405 Iain Mckeeman 94 17 8 1 10 26 8 22 20 8
8 MON 175846 Emmanuel Sanchez 94,4 5 20 7 28 4 3 15 30 5
9 GBR 188302 Eifion Mon 95 4 14 12 1 23 35 7 9 25
10 ITA 179057 Enrico Strazzera 97 34 22 9 9 14 4 11 1 27

Laser radial
1 LTU 189536 Volungeviciute Gintare 18 5 2 7 1 3 1 1 2 3
2 FIN 185346 Tuula Tenkanen 39 10 4 17 7 1 2 4 4 7
3 ESP 186102 Alicia Cebrián Martínez De Lagos 42 19 3 1 6 9 6 8 1 8
4 ITA 188561 Larissa Nevierov 42 8 7 2 14 15 3 2 5 1
5 BLR 188568 Tatiana Drozdovskaya 45 1 5 4 10 8 5 3 9 16
6 GBR 185625 Alison Young 46 9 6 3 4 6 8 12 6 4
7 ITA 190336 Francesca Clapcich 56 16 14 6 11 5 7 5 3 5
8 LTU 189535 Ausra Mileviciute 58 14 8 5 2 12 4 11 18 2
9 GBR 190565 Chloe Martin 63 4 1 8 9 7 12 15 10 12
10 FRA 175431 Julie Huber 67 17 9 11 3 4 10 10 14 6

Yngling
1 FRA 8 Anne-Claire Le Berre/Alice Ponsar/Marion Deplanque 21 2 4 6 2 3 2 2 4 2
2 ESP 3 Mònica Azón/Graciela Pisonero/Sandra Azón 22 1 7 4 4 4 1 6 1 1
3 NED 350 Annelies Thies/Ea Wierenga/Cl Heerema 25 6 1 1 1 6 4 3 OCS 3
4 DEN 199 Trine Palludan/Ida Hartvig/Susanne Boidin 29 7 2 7 5 1 6 1 2 5
5 ITA 16 Chiara Calligaris/Francesca Scognamillo/Giulia Pignolo 29 3 5 3 6 2 3 7 3 4
6 FRA 7 Anne Le Helley/Catherine Lepesant/Julie Gerecht 40 5 6 5 3 5 5 5 OCS 6
7 ESP 2 Silvia Roca/Eva Gonzalez/Lara Cacabelos 41 4 3 2 7 7 7 4 OCS 7
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