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ISAF Match Race Rankings - 16 July 2014

by ISAF on 17 Jul 2014
On Board with Ian Williams during the Finals of Stena Match Cup Sweden Ian Roman/WMRT http://www.wmrt.com
Ian Williams (GBR) hangs on to World #1 in the ISAF World Open Match Race Rankings whilst in the Women's Rankings Camilla Ulrikkeholm (DEN) stays solid at the top.

For the top ranked sailors there has been just the one regatta to add to their points tally since the last ranking release. Williams remains at World #1 by a whisker, just 12 points ahead of Taylor Canfield from the US Virgin Islands.

The second event of the 2014 Alpari Match Racing Tour, the ISAF Grade W Stena Match Cup in Sweden was an historic affair with Bjorn Hansen (SWE) taking his third consecutive regatta win. Hansen defeated World #1 Williams in the final and he remains at #5 on the World Rankings.

Canfield took the final podium spot in Sweden and also found time to take the gold medal at the Etchells World Championship crewing for tour rival Bill Hardesty (USA), the tactician with Williams team GAC Pindar.

There is just one ISAF Grade 2 event adding points to this ranking release, the O.M International Ledro in Italy. Nicolai Sehested (DEN) picked up the win and, with a tenth place finish in Sweden, moves up one place to World # 6.

Second place in Italy was claimed by Sam Gilmour (AUS) who will line up next week at the ISAF Youth Match Racing World Championship in Helsinki, Finland with a new world ranking of #19. The highest ranked competitor lining up against Gilmour in Helsinki will be Joachim Aschenbrenner (DEN) who finished ninth in Ledro and seventh at Stena Match Cup Sweden to hold firm at World #12.

Outside the top 50, movers and shakers include Joni Erickson (FIN) who claimed victory at the ISAF Grade 4 Audi HSS Sailing Center Summer Cup to climb 39 places to World #69 and Mathew Jerwood (AUS) who climbs 83 places to World #70. Jerwood completed the podium at the OM International Ledro behind Sehested and Gilmour and won gold at the ISAF Grade 3 Krefelder Match Race 2014 in Elfrather See, Germany.

Match racing - Open - Wednesday 16 July 2014

Pos

Name

Country

Crew

Events

Previous

Best

Points

1

Ian Williams

GBR

 

8

1

1

11442

2

Taylor Canfield

ISV

 

8

2

1

11430

3

Mathieu Richard

FRA

 

8

4

1

10414

4

Keith Swinton

AUS

 

8

3

3

10373

5

Bjorn Hansen

SWE

 

8

5

2

10230

6

Nicolai Sehested

DEN

 

8

7

6

9840

7

Pierre-antoine Morvan

FRA

 

8

8

3

9277

8

Staffan Lindberg

FIN

 

8

10

5

9250

9

Eric Monnin

SUI

 

8

9

9

9158

10

Philip Robertson

NZL

 

8

6

4

8893

11

David Gilmour

AUS

 

8

11

11

8830

12

Joachim Aschenbrenner

DEN

 

8

12

12

8801

13

Johnie Berntsson

SWE

 

8

15

6

8484

14

Adam Minoprio

NZL

 

8

14

1

8360

15

Reuben Corbett

NZL

 

8

16

10

8326

16

Chris Steele

NZL

 

8

17

16

8127

17

Viktor Ogeman

SWE

 

8

19

17

8025

18

Tomislav Basic

CRO

 

8

20

10

8004

19

Sam Gilmour

AUS

 

8

24

19

7960

20

Donald Wilson

USA

 

8

23

20

7727

21

Mark Lees

GBR

 

8

25

21

7504

22

Marek Stanczyk

POL

 

8

18

13

7503

23

Mati Sepp

EST

 

8

21

18

7483

24

Przemek Tarnacki

POL

 

8

13

8

7380

25

Antti Luhta

FIN

 

8

26

24

7360


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With just one regatta adding points to the Women's rankings, there is no change to the top five positions. Camilla Ulrikkeholm (DEN) has a solid 1635 point lead ahead of World #2 Anna Kjellberg (SWE).

The newly crowned US Women's Match Race Champion, Stephanie Roble (USA), maintains her position at World #3. At the ISAF Grade 3 championship sailed at Oyster Bay, New York, Roble defeated Nicole Breault (USA) 2-0 in the final to take her first national title. Despite only counting six regattas to her points tally, the silver medal for Breault takes her up five places to World #15.

Katie Maxim (USA) completed the podium, defeating Sandra Hayes (USA) in the petit-final, and sees the reward in a 24 place climb in the rankings to World #22. Hayes climbs 20 places up to World #24.

Match racing - Women - Wednesday 16 July 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

9456

2

Anna Kjellberg

SWE

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

8

2

2

7821

3

Stephanie Roble

USA

 

6

3

3

5881

4

Lucy Macgregor

GBR

 

5

4

1

4878

5

Lotte Meldgaard Pedersen

DEN

Susanne Boidin
Tina Schmidt

6

5

1

4470

6

Milly Bennett

AUS

 

8

7

6

4436

7

Alexa Bezel

SUI

Corinne Meyer
Manon Kivell
Romy Hasler
Laurane Mettraux

7

8

6

4412

8

Caroline Sylvan

SWE

 

6

6

6

3930

9

Anne-claire Le Berre

FRA

 

4

10

5

3827

10

Noora Tams

FIN

 

8

11

10

3798

11

Julie Bossard

FRA

 

5

12

3

3695

12

Claudia Pierce

NZL

Aimee Famularo
Paige Maree Cook
Janelle Peat
Hannah Louise Osborne

8

9

9

3692

13

Denise Lim

SIN

 

8

14

13

3528

14

Klaartje Zuiderbaan

NED

 

4

13

2

3338

15

Nicole Breault

USA

 

6

20

15

3265

16

Rayshele Martin

AUS

 

5

16

16

3130

17

Nina Ramm-schmidt

FIN

 

8

19

17

3035

18

Juliana Senfft

BRA

 

5

18

11

3030

19

Ekaterina Skudina

RUS

Ekaterina Chashchina
Tatiana Lartseva
Silke Hahlbrock
Elena Syuzeva
Vera Dubina
Elena Vorobeva

5

15

2

2929

20

Susannah Pyatt

NZL

Jenny Egnot
Karleen Dixon
Jenna Hansen

4

21

20

2495

21

Claire Leroy

FRA

Marie Riou
Elodie Bertrand

3

17

1

2377

22

Katie Maxim

USA

 

3

46

22

2255

23

Fettje Osinga

NED

 

8

23

23

2186

24

Sandra Hayes

USA

 

6

44

13

2102

25

Tamara Echegoyen

ESP

Mariana Lobato
Eva Gonzalez
Lara Cacabelos
Sofia Toro
Angela Pumariega

4

25

4

1916

 


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