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Delta Lloyd Regatta, Day 4 - 49er images by Sander van der Borch

by Sail-World.com on 24 May 2014
2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, day 4 - 49er Sander van der Borch © http://www.sandervanderborch.com
Sander van der Borch was out on the water during the 49er racing action to capture these images on day four of the Delta Lloyd Regatta.












Results - 49er

Results including one discard when five races are completed.

 

Rank

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

R8

R9

Points

1

GBR4

FLETCHER Dylan

SIGN Alain

 

1

(11)

8

8

4

9

3

11

2

46

2

CRO13

KOSTOV Pavle

CUPAC Petar

 

7

8

7

3

10

7

6

2

(25)

50

3

GBR10

PINK John

BITHELL Stuart

 

6

2

18

(28)

8

1

1

10

6

52

4

ESP8

ALONSO Federicio

ALONSO Arturo

 

2

10

5

6

7

(21)

19

1

12

62

5

GER12

HEIL Erik

PLOESSEL Thomas

 

5

1

3

10

2

(29)

15

6

24

66

6

DEN30

WARRER Jonas

LANG Peter

 

16

3

1

17

11

6

11

(26)

4

69

7

ESP900

BOTIN Diego

TURRADO Pablo

 

18

6

9

2

1

17

14

(24)

3

70

8

POL0042

PRZYBYTEK Lukasz

KOLODZINSKI Pawel

 

(21)

7

11

1

6

13

20

12

7

77

9

ESP32

PAZ BLANCO Carlos

PAZ Anton

 

9

(27)

16

4

9

15

16

4

10

83

10

DEN132

LUBECK Mads Emil Stephensen

LUBECK Christian Peter Stephensen

 

(DNF)

14

6

16

21

4

8

15

1

85

11

ITA444

DUBBINI Luca

DUBBINI Roberto

 

4

5

19

9

19

18

7

5

(23)

86

12

BEL777

LEFEBVRE Yannick

JANSSENS Matthieu

 

14

22

4

7

(OCS)

5

5

13

17

87

13

IRL99

SEATON Ryan

McGOVERN Matt

 

3

12

17

11

16

11

4

14

(33)

88

14

SWE16

P SYLVAN Carl

HAMEL Otto

 

19

20

14

20

(22)

10

2

3

5

93

15

POL0052

JANUSZERWSKI Tomasz

NOWAK Jacek

 

11

4

(OCS)

26

12

8

9

17

9

96

16

SWE500

BERGSTROM Victor

VASTERNAS Victor

 

15

21

2

12

27

3

(29)

7

22

109

17

GER216

ERICHSEN Jan Hauke

LUTZ Max

 

(25)

13

13

18

15

12

21

16

11

119

18

POL107

FILIPOWICZ Przemek

PIASECKI Jacek

 

20

19

23

13

5

2

22

27

(29)

131

19

ITA140

SAVIO Andrea

SAVIO Alessandro

 

12

25

12

19

23

(27)

12

8

26

137

20

GER55

SCHMIDT Justus

BOEHME Max

 

10

18

26

5

18

(28)

23

22

21

143

21

ITA969

CHERIN Stefano

TESEI Andrea

 

(29)

15

15

22

28

16

17

18

19

150

22

SWE21

HEDSTROM Fritiof

DURING Niclas

 

13

16

24

21

17

22

30

9

(32)

152

23

NZL117

GOODWIN Ben

BULLOCK Sam

 

24

24

27

25

13

19

10

(30)

14

156

24

IND316

KELAPANDA CHENGAPPA Ganapathy

ASHOK THAKKAR Varun

 

30

31

(32)

14

3

25

13

32

15

163

25

NED927

OOMENS Remy

de HAAN Bart

 

8

9

22

23

26

(31)

28

23

27

166

26

ITA187

CRIVELLI VISCONTI Uberto

BACCHESCHI BERTI Brando

 

26

17

20

30

(OCS)

20

32

20

13

178

27

NOR888

KLIPPENBERG Anders Hylen

JOHANSSON Ludvig Lilleby

 

(31)

23

10

27

20

26

25

19

31

181

28

BEL314

SLAP Levi

PELSMAEKERS Tom

 

32

(33)

25

24

24

14

27

21

16

183

29

CHI1216

GREZ AHRENS Benjamin

GREZ AHRENS Cristobal

 

17

28

30

15

29

SCP

(DSQ)

33

8

188

30

NED177

HOEFFNAGEL Remco

SPRIJ Rob

 

27

(32)

21

629

14

30

24

25

30

200

31

NED1109

van WIGGEN Jan

GROTH Karsten

 

28

29

29

32

30

(33)

26

28

18

220

32

BRA137

MONTEIRO Rodrigo

OCRETIC Jucyan

 

33

30

28

33

32

24

18

29

(34)

227

33

UKR393

KOLOBOV Ivan

PATKOVSKIY Sergey

 

22

26

33

(34)

31

34

33

31

20

230

34

DEN813

RASK Frederik

HOFFMANN BUHL Nikolaj

 

23

(DNF)

31

31

25

32

31

34

28

235

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