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Delta Lloyd Regatta - Day 2 Nacra 17 images by Thom Touw

by Sail-World.com on 22 May 2014
2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, day 2 - Nacra 17 Thom Touw © http://www.thomtouw.com
Photographer Thom Touw was on site during day two of the Delta Lloyd Regatta to capture these images during the Nacra 17 action.












Results - Nacra

Results including one discard when five races are completed.

Rank

Country

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

Points

1

 FRA

FRA077

CAMMAS Franck

de TURCKHEIM Sophie

 

6

6

3

(10)

1

1

17

2

 FRA

FRA1

BESSON Billy

RIOU Marie

 

3

3

7

3

(9)

4

20

3

 AUS

AUS064

BUNDOCK Darren

CURTIS Nina

 

7

15

1

5

3

(19)

31

4

 GBR

GBR056

MACGREGOR Lucy

WALSH Andrew

 

12

1

4

6

(18)

8

31

5

 GBR

GBR2

SAXTON Benjamin

DIAMOND Hannah

 

8

(25)

18

1

4

7

38

6

 NED

NED213

GROENVELD Renee

KROL Steven

 

1

14

8

(22)

7

14

44

7

 FRA

FRA199

PETITJEAN BACKES Ingrid

BACKES Olivier

 

4

2

26

(30)

6

10

48

8

 GBR

GBR182

PHIPPS Tom

PASCOE Zennor

 

20

10

15

(23)

2

2

49

9

 AUS

AUS133

WATERHOUSE Jason

DARMANIN Lisa

 

14

(20)

11

2

16

9

52

10

 SUI

SUI041

BUHLER Matias

BRUGGER Nathalie

 

(OCS)

4

14

11

12

11

52

11

 GBR

GBR058

WILSON Pippa

GIMSON John

 

13

8

13

12

10

(16)

56

12

 FRA

FRA078

LAUGIER Flora

BEDLLET Valentin

 

15

7

9

(25)

25

3

59

13

 USA

USA27

MENDELBLATT Mark

MENDELBLATT Carolina

 

5

(33)

25

8

13

18

69

14

 FRA

FRA083

DOMAND Vincent

MERELLE Fanny

 

(22)

11

12

13

14

20

70

15

 FRA

FRA063

OGEREAU Audrey

VANDAME Matthieu

 

19

18

2

15

17

(BFD)

71

16

 NED

NED214

MULDER Mandy

de KONING Coen

 

(26)

17

5

26

8

17

73

17

 ARU

ARU212

van der VELDEN Nicole

VISSER Thijs

 

17

21

16

7

(23)

12

73

18

 DEN

DEN082

CHRISTIANSEN Lin Ea Cenholt

THOMSEN Anders

 

2

13

19

29

(RET)

13

76

19

 RUS

RUS022

DZHENBAEV Sergey

IVANOVA Daria

 

18

29

(OCS)

4

21

6

78

20

 GBR

GBR120

WHITE Rupert

BONIFACE Nikki

 

21

5

6

(31)

24

24

80

21

 NZL

NZL222

JONES Gemma

SAUNDERS Jason

 

9

22

24

14

11

(BFD)

80

22

 FRA

FRA065

VAIREAUX Moana

AUDINET Manon

 

(OCS)

9

22

16

29

5

81

23

 AUS

AUS217

WALKER Evan

GILBERT Annalise

 

10

32

(OCS)

9

15

21

87

24

 DEN

DEN17

NORREGAARD Allan

JUST EMSVANG Line

 

11

(OCS)

10

17

30

22

90

25

 GRE

GRE210

BEKATOROU Sofia

TRIGONIS Konstantinos

 

23

12

17

(32)

27

15

94

26

 DEN

DEN187

ANDREASEN Anette Viborg

CHRISTENSEN Martin Hjortlund

 

25

27

(30)

18

5

28

103

27

 AUS

AUS067

PIETROMONACO Pip

WIERZBOWSKI James

 

24

(30)

20

19

19

26

108

28

 HUN

HUN218

VIRAG Flora

GECSE Balazs

 

16

28

(29)

20

20

25

109

29

 BRA

BRA1

FREITAS Clinio de

SWAN de FREITAS Claudia

 

29

23

27

21

22

(30)

122

30

 GBR

GBR152

CLIFFORD Alicia

BRUTON Thomas

 

31

26

23

24

(32)

23

127

31

 NOR

NOR196

MARTINSEN Nicholas Fadler

MORTENSEN Martine Steller

 

28

16

32

(34)

26

27

129

32

 NED

NED81

DELNOOZ Elke

van LEEUWEN Jeroen

 

(DNF)

19

21

28

33

29

130

33

 GER

GER061

HEEG Finn

BAARS Merle

 

27

24

28

33

(34)

33

145

34

 BEL

NED005

CLEEREN Koen

HEIJSTEK Charlotte

 

30

31

31

27

28

(32)

147

35

 MON

MON007

MEDECIN RODELATO Blandine

RODELATO Jean

 

32

34

33

(35)

31

31

161


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