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Delta Lloyd Regatta - Schedule disruption on day 4 + Video

'Rainy times - 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, day 4'    Guilain Grenier

On the fourth and penultimate day at the Delta Lloyd Regatta the schedules took a battering with very light wind and passing rain clouds causing all starts to be postponed from around 11.00 onwards. Only the 49ers, Skud and Sonar classes got in a single race in the morning before all fleets were sent ashore to wait until the wind returned.

Postponement followed postponement, with eventually the 49ers called off for the day so they could prepare for their medal race at 18.00. The Nacras were sent out early afternoon, and then the Lasers for a second time, but to no avail and these classes were later abandoned for the day, as well as the two 470 classes, the Kites and the Moths.

As the evening approached, finally the skies cleared and a stable wind was recorded on the course areas and the Finn, the RS:X and the Paralympic classes were sent out for starts at 18.00. Against all the odd the wind increased to 9-10 knots by start time and was near perfect for racing, albeit late in the day.

Apart from the 49er, all the other Olympic classes had no racing and the results from Thursday stood to decide who went into the medal race.

Dylan Fletcher and Alain Sign (GBR) made sure of the 49er gold medal, while Pieter-Jan Postma (NED) won the Finn race to take the lead for the first time this week. Megan Pascoe (GBR) won her third race in a row in the 2.4 mR to build a sizeable lead, Alexandra Rickham and Niki Burrell (GBR) continue the lead in the Skud, as do Bruno Jourdren, Eric Flageul and Nicolas Vimont-Vicary (FRA) in the Sonar.

The RS:X fleets managed two races, with Pawel Tarnowski (POL) tied at the top of the men's with Louis Giard (FRA), and Zofia Klepacka (POL) extending her lead in the women's fleet.

The Delta Lloyd Regatta closes on Saturday with the rest of the medal races for the Olympic classes, the final races for the Paralympic classes, the Kites and the Moths.

2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, day 4 - 49er, Dylan Fletcher and Alain Sign -  Sander van der Borch ©   Click Here to view large photo

49er
With only one race possible before the wind died, it proved a crucial race with Mads Stephenson Lübeck and Christian Stephenson Lübeck (DEN) leading round for the race win to take a last minute place in the medal race. A second for Dylan Fletcher and Alain Sign (GBR) moved them into the overall lead. After being send ashore when the wind died, further racing was cancelled for the day.

The 49er medal races took the form of three short theatre style races just off the harbour mouth. A second for Fletcher and Sign in the first race extended their lead to 11 points, while John Pink and Stuart Bithell (GBR) moved up to second. A win for Jonas Warrer and Peter Lang (DEN) moved them into fourth.

Pink and Bithell led the second race with Fletcher and Sign at the back round the first mark. Warrer and Lang rounded second. Pink and Bithell extended away for a big win, with Warrer and Lang crossing in second and Fredericio Alsono and Arturo Alonso (ESP) in third.

With third placed Pavle Kostov and Peter Cupac (CRO) back in ninth it meant the gold was heading to Great Britain. Warrer and Lang could still steal bronze with another good race. The Croatian team finally had a good first beat in the third race to round ahead of the other front runners. Erik Heil and Thomas Ploessel (GER) ran away with the race win, with Deigo Botin and Pablo Turrado (ESP) in second, while Kostov and Cupac crossed in third to save the bronze.

Both the British sailors were near the back, but had done enough. Fletcher and Sign took gold while Pink and Bithell took the silver. Fletcher said, 'We're pretty chuffed. We came here with a lot of goals that we're doing in the background but to come away with the win is really good. It was an intense day today. It's our first ever win here.'

On managing the short races. 'I think the hardest thing is that it was really patchy. We were never able to pick which side of the beat was going to pay on the tactical side pre-start. It was more about getting off the line and getting in the first cross on the pack. But we actually never managed that. We were always fighting in the middle of the pack.'

'Generally the theatre style is one of our strengths. But the Polish crashed into us on the first start, and in the last race, and did turns, but we lost places in the process. But that is the nature of the racing. Everyone's really hyped up.'

Pink said of his day, 'We weren't expecting such a nice breeze. We attacked the races and we've been working on the medal races a bit. We got some good starts, which was all important in that stuff. We were away and gone in both the first two races, but in the first we had a tack in at the windward mark that we didn't quite make. We had to do spins. But we are happy to medal here. It's the first medal for us as a team. It's been a good week.'

Nacra 17 - 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, day 4 -  Sander van der Borch ©  

Nacra 17
The Nacra fleet was sent out only to wait in the water with no races completed. Saturday's medal race looks like turning into a three way battle between Billy Besson and Marie Riou (FRA), Franck Cammas and Sophie de Turckheim (FRA) and Darren Bundocck and Nina Curtis (AUS). The two French teams are all but guaranteed a medal, while Ben Saxton and Hannah Diamond have an outside chance of claiming bronze but are 15 points adrift of the Australians and need a lot of other things to fall into place to make that possible.

Riou said, 'We are in first position for the medal race but the other French boat is three points behind us and the Australians are 10 points behind us, so tomorrow maybe there will be a little bit of a match race to control them and we will do the best we can and we hope it will be good.'

Cammas said, 'Today there was no wind. We started one race but it was cancelled. It's a pity, but I think these conditions were a bit tough so it was impossible to do a race. Tomorrow I think there will be a match race with three boats for the podium. I think it will be a good fight, which is nice.'

2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta - 470 Women -  Thom Touw_©  

470 Women
With no racing possible for the women's 470 fleet, Michelle Broekhuizen and Marieke Jongens (NED) will go into the medal race with an eight point lead from Afrodite Kyranakou and Anneloes van Veen (NED), who are just three points ahead of Linda Fahrni and Maja Siegenthaler (SUI). The points are so close in this fleet that anyone in the top 10 can win a medal with the tenth place boat only 15 points adrift of bronze.

2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta - 470 Men -  Thom Touw_©  

470 Men
The picture is similar in the men's 470 fleet with only six points separating the top six boats and any boat up to ninth theoretically capable of winning a medal. Onan Barreiros Rodriguez and Juan Curbelo Cabrera (ESP) have a five pint lead over Luke Patience and Elliot Willis (GBR) who are on equal points with Giulio Desiderato and Andrea Trani (ITA). There is everything still to play for in the medal race.

RSX Men - 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta -  Guilain Grenier  

RS:X Men
Pawel Tarnowski (POL) had the best day to take the overall lead back. 'I got a first and a second so really happy with that. It will be really close in the top five now, so I think these races will be important when it comes to the medal race. I have good hope for tomorrow. I will get some sleep and do my best.'

'In the middle of the day everybody got really tired. We thought there would be nothing more. In the morning we only had one abandoned race. Luckily we had some breeze late in the evening, the wind was the best we had all day, up to 10 knots and the races were very hard for us, real endurance sailing. I am quite heavy at 80 kg, which is heavy for the fleet so when I want to win in those conditions I really have to work hard.'

Louis Giard (FRA), is on equal points with the Pole. 'It was really close. It was a long day waiting since 9.00 this morning but finally we had some conditions to race. We did two races and I got a third and a fifth, so I think there will be some fight in the medal race tomorrow.'

Prrzemyslaw Miarcynski (POL) is back into third, but the next three boards are within seven points, so the medal race should be quite exciting for them.

RSX Women - 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta -  Sander van der Borch ©  

RS:X Women
Zofia Klepacka (POL) picked up a 2, 1 to extend her lead to 10 points. Malgorzata Bialecka (POL) moves up to second, while Kamila Smektala (POL), who won the first race is in third, but on equal points with Lilian de Geus (NED). The points are not quiet as close as the men's fleet but there are two more sailors within reach of the lower medals.

Finn - 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, day 4 -  Guilain Grenier  

Finn
The Finns got just one race in with Pieter-Jan Postma (NED) taking the lead for the first time this week after winning his third race. He overtakes Phillipe Kasueske (GER) who crossed in second, while Jake Lilley (AUS) placed third and sits six points behind the German going into the medal race.

2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, day 3 - Laser -  Thom Touw_©  

Laser
The Laser fleet were sent out twice and both times, came in with no racing held. Nicholas Heiner (NED) holds a seven point lead over Sam Meech (NZL), while Andy Malony (NZL) remains in third, though on equal points with Matthew Wearn (AUS) and Thomas Saunders (NZL). Ironically, Heiner is being coached by a Kiwi, Dan Slater (NZL).

Slater said of Heiner's approach to the medal race, 'There are eight points in it, and then there's a big gap after that, so all the stars have to align for the other guys to beat Nick. So he really just has to stay in front of Sam and make sure he doesn't sail himself out of the race. He still has to get a good clean start and be the right side of the course and if he gets a chance to beat Sam that's great, but he's still eight points behind, so that's four places he has to beat him by. He just has to stay with Sam, that's all.'

Meech said, 'Today was pretty ridiculously long. We were down here at 9.00 and it looked quite promising when we first went out. But it died off pretty quickly, so we waited around on shore for a couple of hours and went out and tried again, but the wind shut down as soon as we got out there. And then we sheltered under the sails when the rain came. It was all right, just a long day.'

On tomorrow, 'I'll have to have a look at the points. I don't really look at the points during the regatta, it normally changes a lot on the last day. I think there's a bit of a gap to Nick and quite close behind me so we see how it goes.'

2014 Delta Llyod Regatta Day 3 - Marit Bouwmeester, Laser Radial -  Thom Touw_©  

Laser Radial
The Laser Radials had a similar day, but again no racing. However the points are much closer going into Saturday's medal race. Marit Bouwmeester (NED) leads Alicia Cebrian Martinez de Lagos (ESP) by four points and Evi van Acker (BEL) by just seven. Another five boats can win a medal.

2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, Day 4 - Sonar, John Robertson, Hannah Stodel and Steve Thomas -  Guilain Grenier   Click Here to view large photo

Sonar
Last year's bronze medalists here, John Robertson, Hannah Stodel and Steve Thomas (GBR) took their first race win of the week to move into third overall, while Bruno Jourdren, Eric Flageul and Nicolas Vimont-Vicary (FRA) still lead from Colin Harrison, Jon Harris and Russell Boaden (AUS).

When they returned to the water at 18.00, Bruno Jourdren, Eric Flageul and Nicolas Vimont-Vicary (FRA) took the race win to lead by seven points, while John Robertson, Hannah Stodel and Steve Thomas (GBR) ended their best day this week with a second to move up to second overall. Colin Harrison, Jon Harris and Russell Boaden (AUS) drop to third.

2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, day 4 - SKUD18, Alexandra Rickham and Nikki Birrell -  Guilain Grenier   Click Here to view large photo

Skud 18
The Skuds got in one race before the the wind disappeared. Alexandra Rickham and Niki Burrell (GBR) took control of the race with a fourth win while Thursday's top crew of Marco Gualandris and Marta Zanetti (ITA) could only finish third. Second place went to Sergi Roig Alzamora and Violeta del Reino (ESP). The second race of the day at 18.00 was won by Vera Voorbach and Jan Rein van Essenveld (NED), though the overall lead remained unchanged.

2.4 mR
Megan Pascoe (GBR) won her fifth race out of seven and is starting to run away with the lead. Matt Bugg (AUS) placed second to move up to second while a tenth for Helena Luca (GBR) dropped her to third.





There was no racing was held for either the Kites of the Moths as they were cancelled earlier in the day

Racing at the Delta Lloyd Regatta concludes Saturday with the final fleet races and the medal races for the top 10 in each class. The first fleet races start from 9.30, while the medal races start with the RS:X men at 11.00.

Results - 2.4m

Results including one discard when five races are completed.

 

Rank

Country

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

Points

1

 GBR

GBR125

PASCOE Megan

   

3

1

1

(6)

1

1

1

8

2

 AUS

AUS36

BUGG Matt

   

2

10

2

1

(DNF)

4

2

21

3

 GBR

GBR100

LUCAS Helena

   

1

4

(OCS)

2

3

5

10

25

4

 NED

NED 1

KOL Barend

   

(12)

9

7

3

8

2

3

32

5

 FRA

FRA5

CANTIN Kevin

   

4

2

(9)

9

4

9

6

34

6

 CZE

CZE7

BINA Daniel

   

8

5

5

(10)

5

8

5

36

7

 NED

NED111

BIJLARD Guus

   

6

8

(15)

7

9

6

4

40

8

 ITA

ITA104

SQUIZZATO Antonio

   

7

7

(OCS)

4

7

7

11

43

9

 AUT

AUT1

REIGER Sven

   

(DNC)

DNC

3

8

6

3

7

51

10

 NED

NED49

OOSTERBAAN Sven

   

13

14

4

5

(18)

14

9

59

 

470 Men

Rank

Country

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

Points

1

 ESP

ESP9

BARREIROS RODRIGUEZ Onan

CURBELO CABRERA Juan

 

(14)

9

1

2

2

3

17

2

 GBR

GBR863

PATIENCE Luke

WILLIS Elliot

 

6

1

4

1

(BFD)

10

22

3

 ITA

ITA5

DESIDERATO Giulio

TRANI Andrea

 

1

4

7

5

(BFD)

5

22

4

 RSA

RSA1

JIM Asenathi

HUDSON Roger

 

9

2

3

(14)

8

1

23

5

 FRA

FRA18

FEYDIT Hugo

AGENAU Charlie

 

5

3

5

6

4

(20)

23

6

 GER

GER15

AUTENRIETH Julian

AUTENRIETH Philipp

 

4

(18)

10

9

3

2

28

7

 BEL

BEL16

DEMANET Corentin

LAUWERS Quinten

 

12

8

2

3

10

(14)

35

8

 GER

GER13

WINKEL Malte

CIPRA Matti

 

7

10

(17)

4

6

11

38

9

 AUS

AUS6

CONWAY Alexander

CONWAY Patrick

 

(19)

11

14

10

1

4

40

10

 DEN

DEN164

TOBIASEN Balder

JUNG JOHANSEN Magnus

 

2

6

11

11

11

(13)

41

 

470 Women

Rank

Country

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

Points

1

 NED

NED6

BROEKHUIZEN Michelle

JONGENS Marieke

 

1

1

1

1

(4)

4

2

 NED

NED216

KYRANAKOU Afrodite

van VEEN Anneloes

 

2

2

(7)

6

2

12

3

 SUI

SUI5

FAHRNI Linda

SIEGENTHALER Maja

 

3

4

5

3

(8)

15

4

 ESP

ESP27

PUMARIEGA Angela

CANTERO Patricia

 

(8)

5

4

2

5

16

5

 ITA

ITA52

KOMATAR Francesca

CARRARO Sveva

 

7

3

(9)

4

3

17

6

 GBR

GBR853

BURNET Anna

STEWART Flora

 

9

7

2

(OCS)

1

19

7

 ITA

ITA16

CAPUTO Roberta

SINNO Alice

 

(11)

8

3

7

7

25

8

 ITA

ITA6

BERTA Elena

PAOLILLO Giulia

 

5

6

6

(9)

9

26

9

 CRO

CRO111

NINCEVIC Enia

ZUPAN Romania

 

4

9

(11)

5

10

28

10

 POL

POL11

SKRZYPULEC Agnieszka

WOJCIK Natalia

 

6

10

8

(OCS)

6

30

 

49er

Rank

Country

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R4

R5

R6

R7

R8

R9

R10

MR

MR1

MR2

Points

1

 GBR

GBR4

FLETCHER Dylan

SIGN Alain

 

8

4

9

3

11

2

 

2

5

9

62

2

 GBR

GBR10

PINK John

BITHELL Stuart

 

(28)

8

1

1

10

6

 

7

1

7

67

3

 CRO

CRO13

KOSTOV Pavle

CUPAC Petar

 

3

10

7

6

2

(25)

 

9

9

3

71

4

 DEN

DEN30

WARRER Jonas

LANG Peter

 

17

11

6

11

(26)

4

 

1

2

4

76

5

 ESP

ESP8

ALONSO Federicio

ALONSO Arturo

 

6

7

(21)

19

1

12

 

10

3

6

81

6

 ESP

ESP900

BOTIN Diego

TURRADO Pablo

 

2

1

17

14

(24)

3

 

3

7

2

82

7

 GER

GER12

HEIL Erik

PLOESSEL Thomas

 

10

2

(29)

15

6

24

 

8

8

1

83

8

 POL

POL0042

PRZYBYTEK Lukasz

KOLODZINSKI Pawel

 

1

6

13

20

12

7

 

4

4

10

95

9

 ESP

ESP32

PAZ BLANCO Carlos

PAZ Anton

 

4

9

15

16

4

10

 

6

10

5

104

10

 DEN

DEN132

LUBECK Mads Emil Stephensen

LUBECK Christian Peter Stephensen

 

16

21

4

8

15

1

 

5

6

8

104

 

Finn

Rank

Country

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

Points

1

 NED

NED842

POSTMA Pieter-Jan

   

5

2

(6)

1

1

2

1

12

2

 GER

GER259

KASUESKE Phillip

   

1

1

2

3

3

(4)

2

12

3

 AUS

AUS41

LILLEY Jake

   

(6)

3

4

5

2

1

3

18

4

 GER

GER252

MARTENS Eike

   

4

4

1

2

(6)

5

5

21

5

 NED

NED972

KIRSCHBAUM Tobias

   

3

(6)

5

4

5

6

4

27

6

 NED

NED841

van EGMOND Hein

   

2

5

7

7

4

3

(SCP)

28

7

 NED

NED29

de WAAL Bas

   

7

8

3

6

7

(9)

8

39

8

 GBR

GBR17

BLOWERS Paul

   

9

10

10

11

10

7

(12)

57

9

 NED

NED54

BOS Joos

   

8

7

12

(13)

9

12

11

59

10

 NED

NED112

MILTENBURG Michel

   

11

11

8

8

(12)

11

10

59

 

Laser

Rank

Country

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

Points

1

 NED

NED 204566

HEINER Nicholas

   

2

1

1

5

1

(8)

10

2

 NZL

NZL196871

MEECH Sam

   

1

(7)

7

1

2

6

17

3

 NZL

NZL203776

MALONEY Andy

   

8

2

3

6

6

(11)

25

4

 AUS

AUS203770

WEARN Matthew

   

4

(8)

8

7

4

2

25

5

 NZL

NZL197250

SAUNDERS Thomas

   

7

6

6

2

(OCS)

4

25

6

 NZL

NZL192703

BULLOT Mike

   

5

3

9

(20)

9

1

27

7

 NED

NED204567

van SCHAARDENBURG Rutger

   

9

(19)

2

14

5

3

33

8

 NOR

NOR204758

RUTH Kritian

   

10

10

5

9

(14)

7

41

9

 NED

NED179520

BOUWMEESTER Roelof

   

15

4

(19)

3

11

9

42

10

 GER

GER203739

SCHADEWALDT Tobias

   

3

11

15

4

(20)

18

51

 

Laser Radial

Rank

Country

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

Points

1

 NED

NED204176

BOUWMEESTER Marit

   

5

1

1

2

2

(6)

11

2

 ESP

ESP182149

CEBRIAN MARTINEZ de LAGOS Alicia

   

3

2

5

1

(10)

4

15

3

 BEL

BEL202970

van ACKER Evi

   

1

(6)

6

5

6

1

19

4

 CAN

CAN200605

BERTOLD Isabella

   

(13)

4

12

3

1

3

23

5

 JPN

JPN199066

DOI Manami

   

6

3

3

6

(7)

5

23

6

 BLR

BLR203778

DROZDOVSKAYA Tatiana

   

2

7

8

9

4

(12)

30

7

 CZE

CZE202635

KOZELSKA FENCLOVA Veronika

   

8

5

9

4

11

(16)

37

8

 BEL

BEL202643

PLASSCHAERT Emma

   

7

(17)

2

14

13

8

44

9

 FIN

FIN202670

TENKANEN Tuula

   

(OCS)

12

7

7

17

2

45

10

 FRA

FRA205666

de KERANGAT Mathilde

   

10

11

4

13

(16)

7

45

 

Moth

Rank

Country

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

Points

1

 GBR

GBR7

RASHLEY Chris

   

1

1

1

2

5

2

 GBR

GBR4

PATON Ben

   

2

2

2

1

7

3

 GBR

GBR4038

OFFER Tom

   

6

4

4

3

17

4

 BEL

BEL4049

GALEOTTI Giovanni

   

3

5

3

8

19

5

 ITA

ITA4093

RIZZI Stefano

   

5

3

6

7

21

6

 SUI

SUI3962

RAST Chris

   

4

8

7

4

23

7

 ITA

ITA4092

de PAOLI Carlo

   

11

9

11

6

37

8

 GBR

GBR4123

COOKE Mike

   

7

12

10

9

38

9

 IRL

IRL3592

FITZPATRICK Rory

   

13

10

5

16

44

10

 SWE

SWE3786

AKERVALL Nils

   

19

7

8

10

44

 

Nacra 17

Rank

Country

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

R8

R9

Points

1

 FRA

FRA1

BESSON Billy

RIOU Marie

 

3

3

7

3

9

4

3

(22)

10

42

2

 FRA

FRA077

CAMMAS Franck

de TURCKHEIM Sophie

 

6

6

3

10

1

1

(19)

16

2

45

3

 AUS

AUS064

BUNDOCK Darren

CURTIS Nina

 

7

15

1

5

3

(19)

16

1

4

52

4

 GBR

GBR2

SAXTON Benjamin

DIAMOND Hannah

 

8

(25)

18

1

4

7

5

4

20

67

5

 AUS

AUS133

WATERHOUSE Jason

DARMANIN Lisa

 

14

(20)

11

2

16

9

8

10

5

75

6

 GBR

GBR058

WILSON Pippa

GIMSON John

 

13

8

13

12

10

16

2

3

(18)

77

7

 FRA

FRA199

PETITJEAN BACKES Ingrid

BACKES Olivier

 

4

2

26

(30)

6

10

20

8

3

79

8

 NED

NED213

GROENVELD Renee

KROL Steven

 

1

14

8

(22)

7

14

10

14

17

85

9

 SUI

SUI041

BUHLER Matias

BRUGGER Nathalie

 

(OCS)

4

14

11

12

11

21

6

8

87

10

 FRA

FRA078

LAUGIER Flora

BEDLLET Valentin

 

15

7

9

(25)

25

3

11

18

1

89

 

RS:X Men

Rank

Country

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

R8

R9

R10

Points

1

 POL

POL182

TARNOWSKI Pawel

   

1

1

(12)

9

7

4

2

5

1

2

32

2

 FRA

FRA155

GIARD Louis

   

4

2

4

6

(OCS)

3

5

1

2

5

32

3

 POL

POL126

MIARCZYNSKI Przemyslaw

   

2

3

1

3

5

1

(15)

14

4

3

36

4

 POL

POL82

MYSZKA Piotr

   

(RET)

5

9

1

1

2

1

9

8

1

37

5

 NED

NED8

van RIJSSELBERGHE Dorian

   

5

4

2

2

6

5

(10)

3

3

8

38

6

 FRA

FRA77

le COQ Pierre

   

RDG

9

3

4

4

8

3

2

5

(13)

43.7

7

 FRA

FRA6

BONTEMPS Julien

   

9

7

8

7

3

(10)

4

8

6

9

61

8

 NZL

NZL151

TOBIN Jp

   

10

6

14

10

2

12

22

(DNF)

7

7

90

9

 ESP

ESP3

CARDONA BOCARANDO Joan Carles

   

3

13

15

(17)

15

6

12

13

10

11

98

10

 NOR

NOR7

WANG-HANSEN Sebastian

   

7

8

17

11

(OCS)

11

7

4

17

17

99

 

RS:X Women

Rank

Country

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

R8

R9

R10

Points

1

 POL

POL8

KLEPACKA Zofia

   

2

2

(6)

1

5

1

1

2

2

1

17

2

 POL

POL21

BIALECKA Malgorzata

   

4

4

4

2

3

2

(5)

1

4

3

27

3

 POL

POL104

SMEKTALA Kamila

   

(6)

5

3

3

4

5

3

4

1

2

30

4

 NED

NED171

de GEUS Lilian

   

3

(8)

2

6

2

3

4

3

3

4

30

5

 POL

POL7

DZIARNOWSKA Maja

   

1

1

5

4

9

9

2

(OCS)

7

5

43

6

 USA

USA3

HALL Farrah

   

5

7

1

(9)

1

6

7

5

5

8

45

7

 JPN

JPN72

KOMUNE Megumi

   

(9)

9

7

5

6

4

6

7

6

7

57

8

 JPN

JPN35

MEGUMI Iseda

   

11

6

8

8

8

10

(12)

6

8

6

71

9

 POL

POL1279

ZEMBRZUSKA Hanna

   

7

(11)

11

7

7

7

10

8

11

10

78

10

 JPN

JPN470

SUNAGA Yuki

   

10

3

10

10

(13)

8

11

9

10

9

80

 

Skud 18

Rank

Country

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

R8

Points

1

 GBR

GBR057

RICKHAM Alexandxra

BIRRELL Niki

 

1

3

1

1

2

2

1

(4)

11

2

 ITA

ITA054

GUALANDRIS Marco

ZANETTI Marta

 

2

2

2

2

1

1

(3)

2

12

3

 NED

NED 70

VOORBACH Vera

van ESSENVELD Jan Rein

 

(DNF)

1

3

3

6

3

6

1

23

4

 ESP

ESP41

ALZAMORA Sergi Roig

del REINO Violeta

 

3

5

5

(DSQ)

4

6

2

3

28

5

 NED

NED069

SCHRAMA Rolf

NAP Sandra

 

4

4

4

4

(5)

4

4

5

29

6

 NED

NED021

van der VEEN Akko

ELBURG Liza

 

5

6

6

5

3

5

5

(DNC)

35

 

Sonar

Rank

Country

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

R8

Points

1

 FRA

FRA840

JOURDREN Bruno

FLAGEUL Eric

VIMONT-VICARY Nicolas

2

(3)

1

1

3

3

2

1

13

2

 GBR

GBR1

ROBERTSON John

STODEL Hannah

THOMAS Steve

(7)

4

2

7

2

2

1

2

20

3

 AUS

AUS1

HARRISON Colin

HARRIS Jon

BOADEN Russell

3

2

5

2

4

1

(7)

3

20

4

 NOR

NOR1

WANG-HANSEN Aleksander

SOLBERG Marie

KRISTIANSEN Per Eugen

1

5

4

8

1

4

(9)

4

27

5

 NED

NED1

van VEEN Marcel

TANS Jaklien

ROSSEN Mischa

4

8

3

3

5

5

8

(9)

36

6

 GER

GER11

KROKER Jens

PREM Robert

MARINKA Siggy

5

1

7

6

(OCS)

6

6

10

41

7

 IRL

IRL844

TWOMEY John

COSTELLO Ian

O CARROLL Austin

8

7

8

(9)

6

7

3

6

45

8

 ITA

ITA720

D'AGARO Cristiano

PIRA Gianbachisio

SOLAZZO Fabrizio

9

6

6

(10)

7

8

4

5

45

9

 ESP

ESP1

LLOBET BALCELLS Francisco Paco

ALVAREZ GARCIA Hector

GIMENO UGARTE Manuel

6

9

(10)

4

9

10

5

8

51

10

 GBR

GBR747

WOOD Craig

PALMER Steven

SINNOTT Luke

(10)

10

9

5

8

9

10

7

58


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