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Delta Lloyd Regatta - Marit Bouwmeester secures Laser Radial gold

by Delta Lloyd Regatta on 25 May 2014
Marit Bouwmeester claims Laser Radial gold at the 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta Guilain Grenier
At the Delta Lloyd Regatta, Marit Bouwmeester (NED) made sure Dutch hopes were not dashed in the Laser Radial as well, leading from start to finish. She went into the race with a four point lead over Alicia Cebrian Martinez de Lagos (ESP) with Evi van Acker (BEL) another three points behind.

Another five boats had the chance to win a medal. Van Acker was actually next best in the medal race to finish second and move up to the silver medal position. Manami Doi (JPN) started the day in fifth place, but a fourth in the medal race combined with Cebrian Martinez de Lagos finishing last, gave the young Japanese sailor the bronze.

'I’m so glad I won. Last year I was second. This is a great season. I won the World Cup in Mallorca, ended on the podium in the other two World Cups, and now I have won the Delta Lloyd Regatta. It was difficult today in the medal race. It was close sailing for the whole week. The wind was tricky, but it all went very well today,’ Bouwmeester said.



Results - Laser Radial

Results including one discard when five races are completed.

 

Rank

Country

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

Points

1

 NED

NED204176

BOUWMEESTER Marit

   

5

1

1

2

2

(6)

2

13

2

 BEL

BEL202970

van ACKER Evi

   

1

(6)

6

5

6

1

4

23

3

 JPN

JPN199066

DOI Manami

   

6

3

3

6

(7)

5

8

31

4

 ESP

ESP182149

CEBRIAN MARTINEZ de LAGOS Alicia

   

3

2

5

1

(10)

4

18

33

5

 CAN

CAN200605

BERTOLD Isabella

   

(13)

4

12

3

1

3

12

35

6

 BLR

BLR203778

DROZDOVSKAYA Tatiana

   

2

7

8

9

4

(12)

10

40

7

 BEL

BEL202643

PLASSCHAERT Emma

   

7

(17)

2

14

13

8

6

50

8

 CZE

CZE202635

KOZELSKA FENCLOVA Veronika

   

8

5

9

4

11

(16)

14

51

9

 FRA

FRA205666

de KERANGAT Mathilde

   

10

11

4

13

(16)

7

16

61

10

 FIN

FIN202670

TENKANEN Tuula

   

(OCS)

12

7

7

17

2

OCS

67

11

 NZL

NZL202441

WINTHER Sara

   

15

10

11

15

(DNF)

11

4

66

12

 AUS

AUS206750

WEIR Krystal

   

9

18

15

17

8

(19)

1

68

13

 GER

GER200060

ERTELT Sophie-Marie

   

17

14

(23)

19

3

9

8

70

14

 CAN

CAN204468

BOWSKILL Brenda

   

(DNC)

20

13

8

12

13

10

76

15

 NED

NED204280

JONKER Maxime

   

12

19

14

12

9

(23)

13

79

16

 NED

NED204273

van der VAART Daphne

   

16

9

19

18

(20)

14

5

81

17

 GER

GER206728

FASSELT Lisa

   

4

16

22

(23)

5

18

DNF

82

18

 ISR

ISR189296

JACOB Oren

   

14

13

(21)

11

19

10

DNC

84

19

 AUS

AUS203769

STODDART Ashley

   

(OCS)

22

10

20

14

17

2

85

20

 JPN

JPN202613

HIRUTA Kanako

   

18

21

20

16

18

(25)

3

96

21

 JPN

JPN202611

TOMBE Yumiko

   

20

8

17

(OCS)

DSQ

21

6

99

22

 NED

NED202644

NIEZEN Caren

   

11

24

(DNS)

DNS

15

15

7

99

23

 NED

NED202982

PARRE Laura

   

19

(25)

18

10

21

20

11

99

24

 ISR

ISR163304

MAMAN Danielle

   

21

15

16

(OCS)

22

24

9

107

25

 IND

IND195372

KUMANAN Nethra

   

22

23

24

22

(SCP)

26

12

129

26

 NED

NED205742

van VEEN Laura Louise

   

(DNC)

DNF

25

21

23

22

14

132


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