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Father and son lead I-14 Worlds on Day 2

by I14 media on 16 Jul 2008
Andy and Tom Partington won race 2 of the International 14 World Championships by a barnstorming seven minutes, making the strong winds and enormous waves off Warnemunde look like a stroll in the park.

Such was the British horizon job in 16 to 22 knot winds that second placed Australians, 2005 World Champions Lindsay Irwin and Andrew Perry, thought they had won the race until they returned to shore to discover another boat had beaten them to it.

For all but the Partingtons, sailing a five-year-old M12 hull, this was a race of survival, of simply getting around the track in one piece. Yesterday's winners, Archie Massey and Matt Noble, were looking set for another great result in the top three until a capsize put them to seventh, although this is still good enough for them to be leading the regatta at this early stage. Worse was to come on the way back to shore when their rudder snapped, leaving them with an afternoon of intense boat work to be ready for race three the following day.

Another British team Douglas Pattison and Damian Ash started slowly but gradually wound themselves up to speed, surviving a mid-tack capsize and turning on the afterburners down the final two reaches to come in third, ahead of Aussies Dave Alexander and Cameron McDonald. Brit/Aussie combo Jarrod Simpson and Grant Rollerson also had a poor start to the race but came firing through the fleet to grab fifth in a close tussle for the minor placings.

Only 30 of the 90-boat international fleet managed to finish the race, but everyone had a story to tell, of capsizes, pitchpoles and cartwheels down the bumpy track.

For Wednesday the forecast is even stronger, and with the waves that roll past Warnemunde it could be too much for the fleet to race.

For the time being Archie Massey and Matt Noble hold the lead, although Aussies Roger Blasse and Andrew Gilligan have equal points in second place. Partingon and Irwin will be hoping that they can add to today's successful outing and shake off their poor results in race one.


Int. 14 Class Worlds 2008
Berliner Yacht-Club / Joersfelder Segel-Club e.V.
 Warnemünde
15.07.2008 15:20
Rang Land Segel_Nr Steuermann/Vorsch. Club 1.Wettf 2.Wettf Ges Pk
Pl Pkt Pl Pkt
1 GBR 1519 Archie Massey
Matt Noble
  1 1,0 7 7,0 8,0
2 AUS 642 Roger Blasse
Andrew Gilligan
  2 2,0 6 6,0 8,0
3 AUS 653 Alexander Dave
Cameron McDonald
  5 5,0 4 4,0 9,0
4 GBR 1532 Mike Lennon
Andy Rice
  4 4,0 9 9,0 13,0
5 AUS 643 Mark Krstic
Matt Lowe
  3 3,0 11 11,0 14,0
6 GBR 1500 Douglas Pattison
Damian Ash
  14 14,0 3 3,0 17,0
7 GBR 1536 Jarrod Simpson
Grant Rollerson
  12 12,0 5 5,0 17,0
8 GBR 1538 Martin Jones
Neale Jones
  13 13,0 8 8,0 21,0
9 GBR 1517 David Evans
Simon Hiscocks
  8 8,0 13 13,0 21,0
10 GBR 1484 Tom Heywood
Edward Clay
  11 11,0 12 12,0 23,0
11 USA 1168 Paul Galvez
Guillermo Leon De La Barra
  10 10,0 18 18,0 28,0
12 GER 91 Oliver Voss
Jens Holscher
  16 16,0 14 14,0 30,0
13 GBR 1503 Andy Partington
Tom Partington
  30 30,0 1 1,0 31,0
14 GBR 1463 Julian Pearson
Nick Martin
  17 17,0 16 16,0 33,0
15 AUS 650 Matt Balmer
Derek Layfieled
  19 19,0 20 20,0 39,0
16 GER 221 Stephan Heim
Benjamin Blanasch
  24 24,0 17 17,0 41,0
17 AUS 644 Stewart Vickery
Tim Withall
  27 27,0 15 15,0 42,0
18 GER 28 Georg Borkenstein
Eike Dietrich
  22 22,0 22 22,0 44,0
19 GER 230 Axel Reinsch
Felix Weidling
  21 21,0 24 24,0 45,0
20 GBR 1534 Chris Turner
Adam Ovington
  36 36,5 10 10,0 46,5
21 GBR 1498 Damon Roberts
Alan Roberts
  20 20,0 27 27,0 47,0
22 GER 81 Carmen Bernitt
Olli Holste
  28 28,0 23 23,0 51,0
23 GER 88 Peter Roocks
Ole Klingner
  35 35,0 19 19,0 54,0
24 GER 96 Bettina Möller
Jens Kulenkampf
  23 23,0 31 31,0 54,0
25 USA 1177 Ron Boehm
Pete Mohler
  25 25,0 32 32,0 57,0
26 GBR 1495 Charles Duchesne
Henry Maxfield
  34 34,0 28 28,0 62,0
27 GER 215 Mark Schuerch
Edda Thiessen
  36 36,5 26 26,0 62,5
28 GER 232 Stefan Lahmer
Götz Große
  47 47,0 25 25,0 72,0
29 GER 185 Daniel Theeß
Hannes Voigt
  44 44,0 30 30,0 74,0
30 GBR 1425 Kimball Morrison
Sam Spencer
  55 55,0 21 21,0 76,0
31 AUS 649 Lindsay Irwin
Andrew Perry
  RAF 87,0 2 2,0 89,0
32 GBR 1520 Katie Nurton
Nigel Ash
  6 6,0 DNF 87,0 93,0
33 GBR 1528 James Fawcett
George Nurton
  7 7,0 DNF 87,0 94,0
34 GBR 1537 Alister Richardson
Simon Wheeler
  9 9,0 DNF 87,0 96,0
35 AUS 651 David Hayter
Matt Johnstan
  15 15,0 DNF 87,0 102,0
36 GER 78 Jan-Christian Witte
Kai Lassen
  18 18,0 DNF 87,0 105,0
37 GER 25 Markus Ostermair
Moritz Klein
  26 26,0 DNF 87,0 113,0
38 GER 75 Sven Gräpel
Jan Reifferscheidt
  DNF 87,0 29 29,0 116,0
39 GBR 1533 Matthew Critchley
Dion Houghton
  29 29,0 DNF 87,0 116,0
40 GBR 1531 Andrew Penmann
Tim Bastow
  31 31,0 DNF 87,0 118,0
41 GER 100 Stefan Ritsche
Dominik Entzminger
  32 32,0 DNF 87,0 119,0
42 GBR 1442 Dicken Maclean
Sam Littlejohn
  33 33,0 DNF 87,0 120,0
43 GBR 1494 David Edge
Lee Arnison
  38 38,0 DNF 87,0 125,0
44 GER 218 Björn Frasch
Oliver Peter
  39 39,0 DNF 87,0 126,0
45 GBR 1496 Martin Pascal
Robin Pascal
  40 40,0 DNF 87,0 127,0
46 GBR 1499 Matt Larkin
Michael Barnes
  41 41,0 DNF 87,0 128,0
47 GER 11 Kai Kahm
Gerrit Schmitt
  42 42,0 DNF 87,0 129,0
48 AUS 628 Philip Strong
Jeffre Klemm
  43 43,0 DNF 87,0 130,0
49 GBR 1497 Tom Smedley
Charles Tavner
  45 45,0 DNF 87,0 132,0
50 GER 97 Lutz Scheulen
Stephan Koch
  46 46,0 DNF 87,0 133,0
51 GER 7 Marten Lau
Michael Voß
  48 48,0 DNF 87,0 135,0
52 AUT 4 Ivo Gonzenbach
Martina Müller
  49 49,0 DNC 87,0 136,0
53 JPN 110 Takashi Shimozato
Takahito Sato
  50 50,0 DNF 87,0 137,0
54 GER 69 Hannes Weininger
Felix Sitton
  51 51,0 DNF 87,0 138,0
55 GBR 1509 Adrian Williams
Spike Daniels
  52 52,0 DNF 87,0 139,0
56 AUT 3 Florian Hämmerle
Manuel Egele
  53 53,0 DNF 87,0 140,0
57 AUS 345 David McGeoch
Patrick McGeoch
  54 54,0 DNC 87,0 141,0
58 FRA 11 Xavier Boileau
Sarah Werner
  56 56,0 DNC 87,0 143,0
59 GER 37 Eike Ehrig
Jan-Martin Luehrs
  57 57,0 DNC 87,0 144,0
60 JPN 117 Yasutaka Uto
Satoshi Ishida
  58 58,0 DNS 87,0 145,0
61 JPN 111 Kenichi Hagiwara
Takao Washimo
  DNF 87,0 DNF 87,0 174,0
62 GER 210 Hannes Renzsch
Tobias Drews
  DNF 87,0 DNF 87,0 174,0
63 GER 214 Jörn Schulze
Sebastian Ladwig
  DNF 87,0 DNF 87,0 174,0
64 USA 1147 Terry Gleeson
Art Vasenius
  DNF 87,0 DNF 87,0 174,0
65 GBR 1455 James Allan
Aron Wellband
  DNF 87,0 DNF 87,0 174,0
66 SUI 28 Dominic van Essen
Simona Saccani
  DNS 87,0 DNF 87,0 174,0
67 AUT 1 Karsten Heinzle
Phillip Sulzer
  DNC 87,0 DNF 87,0 174,0
68 FRA 18 Richard Thibaud
Benjamin Vernieres
  DNC 87,0 DNF 87,0 174,0
69 GER 20 Michael Kienzler
Inge Gaebert
  DNC 87,0 DNF 87,0 174,0
70 GER 489 Tobias Merkel
Jakob Havn
  DNC 87,0 DNF 87,0 174,0
71 GBR 1508 Colin Smith
Peter Helm
  DNC 87,0 DNF 87,0 174,0
72 GER 62 Michael Krecek
Sören Hesse
  DNF 87,0 DNS 87,0 174,0
73 GER 141 Thomas Fischer
Daniel Bühler
  DNF 87,0 DNS 87,0 174,0
74 AUT 2 Alexander Müller
Joachim Jenewein
  DNF 87,0 DNC 87,0 174,0
75 GER 6 Sönke Hölter
Olaf Hölter
  DNF 87,0 DNC 87,0 174,0
76 GER 50 Peter Humpel
Klaus Wilfert
  DNF 87,0 DNC 87,0 174,0
77 GER 52 Mirco Wigger
Timo Wigger
  DNF 87,0 DNC 87,0 174,0
78 GER 77 Oliver Sommer
Roman Stenzel
  DNF 87,0 DNC 87,0 174,0
79 GER 231 Konstantijn van Empel
Steffen Kleinevoss
  DNF 87,0 DNC 87,0 174,0
80 GBR 1477 Paul Ravenhill
James Ravenhill
  DNF 87,0 DNC 87,0 174,0
81 GBR 1485 Alex Smith
George Cooke
  DNF 87,0 DNC 87,0 174,0
82 GER 26 Sylvia Welker
David Welker
  DNC 87,0 DNC 87,0 174,0
83 GER 173 Jürgen Buetow
Yvonne (US) Galvez-Haeusler
  DNC 87,0 DNC 87,0 174,0
84 GER 192 Helmut Jordan
Fiona Jordan
  DNC 87,0 DNC 87,0 174,0
85 USA 1178 Warren McArthur
Moritz Wiskemann
  DNC 87,0 DNC 87,0 174,0
86 GBR 1535 Peter Lloyd
Richard Parslow
WSC
DNC 87,0 DNC 87,0 174,0



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