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ISAF Match Race Rankings - 13 August 2014

by ISAF on 14 Aug 2014
Pre Start action between Williams and Richard in the finals of the 2014 Sopot Match Race © Robert Hajduk / WMRT
There is no change at the top of either the Open or the Women's Rankings as Ian Williams (GBR) and Camilla Ulrikkeholm (DEN) continue their winning ways and stay at world number one.

Ian Williams (GBR) claimed his second Alpari World Match Racing Tour victory of the season in Sopot, Poland, defeating Mathieu Richard (FRA) in the final. Williams extends his lead at the world number one position ahead of Taylor Canfield (ISV) at world number two and Richard at number three.

Completing the top five are Bjorn Hansen (SWE) and Nicolai Sehested (DEN). Announced yesterday as part of the Danish Volvo Ocean Race line up, Sehested today moves up one place to a career best of world number five.

At the inaugural ISAF Youth Match Racing World Championship in Helsinki, Finland Joachim Aschenbrenner (DEN) won gold and he is rewarded with a climb of four places up the rankings to world number eight. Runner up, Sam Gilmour (AUS), who finished sixth at the Grade 2 Jubilee Yava Trophy, rises six places to a career best at world number 13.

Returning to the Graded event circuit, Nevin Snow (USA) has three podium positions to his name. At his first graded event as skipper in two years, Snow claimed the 2014 World University Match Race Championship title before picking up a silver medal at the Governor's Cup and then bronze at the ISAF Youth Match Racing Worlds. These results are revealed in a massive ranking position climb of 760 places to world number 80.

Arthur Herreman (FRA) moves up ten places to world number 21 after picked up the silver medal at the ISAF Grade 2 Internatiounaux de France in Pornichet, France and the ISAF Grade 3 Pomorski Match Race in Poland. There has been less silverware for Valerio Galati (ITA) but sixth place at both the ISAF Youth Worlds and the World University Championship takes him 83 places up the rankings to world number 56.


Two more regatta wins sees Camilla Ulrikkeholm (DEN) hold firm at the top of the Women's Rankings ahead of Anna Kjellberg (SWE) at world number two.

In a dramatic final against Kjellberg, Ulrikkeholm took her fourth consecutive win at the ISAF Grade 1 Lysekil Women's Match in Gulmar, Sweden. The Danish team also took the win at the ISAF Grade 2 Women's Golfe Du Morbihan Match Race in France.

The bronze medal in Lysekil was claimed by Lotte Meldgaard Pedersen (DEN) who maintains her position as world number five. Meldgaard Pedersen's opponent in the petit-final was Caroline Sylvan (SWE) and she climbs one place up the rankings to world number seven.

Klaartje Zuiderbaan (NED) continues her return to the top ten and now counts results from six regattas from the maximum of eight. Second at the ISAF Grade 2 Women's Golfe du Morbihan and seventh in Lysekil sees her climb nine places to world number four - her highest position since August 2007.

The new World University Women's Match Racing Champion, Annabel Vose (GBR) climbs 19 places to world number 13. Since joining the ISAF Women's World Match Race Rankings in April, the 2011 420 World Champion now counts points from four results to her ranking points.

Silver medallist Pauline Courtois (FRA) moves up 14 places to world number 16 whilst bronze medallist Juliana Poncioni Mota (BRA) climbs 48 places to number 33.

Match racing - Open - Wednesday 13 August 2014

Pos

Name

Country

Crew

Events

Previous

Best

Points

1

Ian Williams

GBR

 

8

1

1

11802

2

Taylor Canfield

ISV

 

8

2

1

11224

3

Mathieu Richard

FRA

 

8

3

1

11044

4

Bjorn Hansen

SWE

 

8

5

2

10041

5

Nicolai Sehested

DEN

 

8

6

5

9953

6

Keith Swinton

AUS

 

8

4

3

9770

7

Pierre-antoine Morvan

FRA

 

8

7

3

9638

8

Joachim Aschenbrenner

DEN

 

8

12

8

9482

9

Philip Robertson

NZL

 

8

10

4

9355

10

Staffan Lindberg

FIN

 

8

8

5

9214

11

Eric Monnin

SUI

 

8

9

9

9158

12

David Gilmour

AUS

 

8

11

11

8909

13

Sam Gilmour

AUS

 

8

19

13

8773

14

Reuben Corbett

NZL

 

8

15

10

8541

15

Johnie Berntsson

SWE

 

8

13

6

8484

16

Chris Steele

NZL

 

8

16

16

8127

17

Viktor Ogeman

SWE

 

8

17

17

7911

18

Donald Wilson

USA

 

8

20

18

7765

19

Tomislav Basic

CRO

 

8

18

10

7713

20

Mark Lees

GBR

 

8

21

20

7678

21

Arthur Herreman

FRA

 

8

31

21

7627

22

Mati Sepp

EST

 

8

23

18

7566

23

Olli-pekka Lumijärvi

FIN

 

8

26

23

7544

24

Adam Minoprio

NZL

 

8

14

1

7436

25

Przemek Tarnacki

POL

 

8

24

8

7359

 

Match racing - Women - Wednesday 13 August 2014

Pos

Name

Country

Crew

Events

Previous

Best

Points

1

Camilla Ulrikkeholm

DEN

Louise Ulrikkeholm
Josefine Boel Rasmussen
Joan Hansen
Trine Palludan

8

1

1

10174

2

Anna Kjellberg

SWE

Karin Almquist
Johanna Larsson
Linnéa Wennergren
Annie Wennergren
Vanja Lundberg
Annika Carlunger

8

2

2

8940

3

Stephanie Roble

USA

 

7

3

3

6974

4

Klaartje Zuiderbaan

NED

 

6

14

2

5611

5

Lotte Meldgaard Pedersen

DEN

 

6

5

1

5408

6

Anne-claire Le Berre

FRA

 

5

9

5

5359

7

Caroline Sylvan

SWE

 

7

8

6

5066

8

Milly Bennett

AUS

 

8

6

6

4369

9

Claudia Pierce

NZL

Aimee Famularo
Paige Maree Cook
Janelle Peat
Hannah Louise Osborne

8

12

9

4113

10

Denise Lim

SIN

 

8

13

10

3945

11

Noora Tams

FIN

 

8

10

10

3798

12

Julie Bossard

FRA

 

5

11

3

3695

13

Annabel Vose

GBR

 

4

32

13

3480

14

Alexa Bezel

SUI

Corinne Meyer
Manon Kivell
Romy Hasler
Laurane Mettraux

6

7

6

3358

15

Lucy Macgregor

GBR

 

4

4

1

3330

16

Pauline Courtois

FRA

 

5

30

16

3265

17

Nicole Breault

USA

 

6

15

15

3265

18

Rayshele Martin

AUS

 

5

16

16

3130

19

Nina Ramm-schmidt

FIN

 

8

17

17

3124

20

Emma May

AUS

 

6

27

20

2627

21

Susannah Pyatt

NZL

Jenny Egnot
Karleen Dixon
Jenna Hansen

4

20

20

2495

22

Morgane Fountaine

FRA

 

5

37

22

2387

23

Ekaterina Skudina

RUS

Ekaterina Chashchina
Tatiana Lartseva
Silke Hahlbrock
Vera Dubina

4

19

2

2330

24

Katie Maxim

USA

 

3

22

22

2255

25

Fettje Osinga

NED

 

8

23

23

2186



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