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ISAF Match Race Rankings for 15th May 2013


'Ian Williams (GBR) Team Pindar and Johnie Berntsson return to the Argo Group Gold Cup'    Talbot Wilson - Copyright    Click Here to view large photo

Ian Williams (GBR) is perfectly primed at the top of the Open Rankings with a healthy advantage in the ISAF Match Race Rankings, while ISAF Nations Cup European Regional Final Winner Viktor Ogeman reaps the rewards of his success to move to a personal best of World 28.
Ian Williams (GBR) Vs -  Gilles Martin Raget ©   Click Here to view large photo


Open Rankings
With the Alpari World Match Race Tour getting underway on 15 May a busy year of Open match racing lies ahead and Ian Williams (GBR) is perfectly primed at the top of the Open Rankings with a healthy advantage. Williams is nearly 900 points ahead of Bjorn Hansen (SWE) and over 1,300 ahead of World 3 Pierre-Antoine Morvan (FRA).

Will Tiller (NZL) solidified his spot at World 7 after winning the 1010 4G Match Racing Hong Kong International, an ISAF Grade 2 regatta. In a dying breeze on the final day Tiller defeated World 4 Phil Robertson (NZL) in a single race final to claim the honours.

Maximillian Soh (SIN) missed out on the podium in Hong Kong, losing to World 1 Williams in the Petit Final. Soh was sailing at his first ISAF Grade 2 and will be buoyed by his result as he climbs from World 107 to World 77.

Peter Backe (SWE) won the ISAF Grade 3 1010 4G Match Racing Hong Kong Nationals in advance of the International event where he finished sixth. The result catapulted him from World 225 to World 143.

Sweden’s Viktor Ogeman claimed his spot for the ISAF Nations Cup Grand Final set to be held in Middelfart, Denmark from 6-10 August by winning the European qualifier in Lelystad, the Netherlands.

Ogeman overcame Joachim Aschenbrenner (DEN) in a tricky semi-final before confidently breezing past Staffan Lindberg (FIN) 2-0 in the final.

By winning the ISAF Grade 2 regatta Ogeman has moved up to a personal best of World 28 and is looking forward to sailing at his first Grade 1 regatta, 'We are looking forward to competing in our first grade 1 event, and the Nations Cup no less. We expect the level of competition to be very high.'
Match racing - Open - Wednesday 15 May 2013
Pos Name Country Crew Events Previous Best Points
1 Williams Ian GBR   8 1 1 12144
2 Hansen Bjorn SWE   8 2 2 11247
3 Morvan Pierre-antoine FRA   8 3 3 10812
4 Robertson Philip NZL   8 4 4 10475
5 Canfield Taylor ISV   8 5 5 10409
6 Swinton Keith AUS   8 6 3 10213
7 Tiller William NZL   8 7 5 10190
8 Jury Laurie NZL   8 8 5 10182
9 Berntsson Johnie SWE   8 9 6 9762
10 Gilmour Peter AUS   8 10 1 9556
11 Ferrarese Simone ITA   8 11 11 8791
12 Corbett Reuben NZL   8 12 10 8570
13 Monnin Eric SUI   8 13 11 8553
14 Sehested Nicolai DEN   8 14 14 8418
15 Tarnacki Przemek POL   8 15 13 8389
16 Reece Jordan AUS   8 16 16 8388
17 Aschenbrenner Joachim DEN   8 18 17 8323
18 Richard Mathieu FRA   7 17 1 8305
19 Stanczyk Marek POL   8 19 19 7893
20 Rosinski Krzysztof POL   8 20 20 7692


Women’s Rankings
There were no Women’s ISAF Graded events in the current Rankings period however based on the ranking system minor shifts in position are evident in this month’s rankings.

A busy period of Women’s Match Racing is on the horizon with the ISAF Women’s Match Racing World Championship taking place in Busan, Korea from 4-9 June 2013.

A competitive field that includes former 2005 World Champion Sally Barkow (USA) and London 2012 Women’s Match Racing Olympic Champion Tamara Echegoyen (ESP) will make the trip to Korea to stake their claim for the world title.

Two ISAF Nations Cup Regional Finals in Europe and Asia are scheduled ahead of the next Rankings release on 19 June as well as the ISAF Grade 1 St. Quay Women’s Match Racing event in France meaning that changes could be widespread in the next release.
Match racing - Women - Wednesday 15 May 2013
Pos Name Country Crew Events Previous Best Points
1 Leroy Claire FRA Marie Riou
Elodie Bertrand
8 1 1 8915
2 Skudina Ekaterina RUS Elena Syuzeva
Elena Vorobeva
8 3 2 7698
3 Tunnicliffe Anna USA Deborah Capozzi
Molly O'bryan Vandemoer
7 2 1 7608
4 Ulrikkeholm Camilla DEN   8 6 4 7450
5 Macgregor Lucy GBR Annie Lush
Kate Macgregor
8 4 1 7448
6 Price Olivia AUS Nina Curtis
Katie Abbott
Lucinda Whitty
7 7 4 7018
7 Lehtinen Silja FIN Silja Kanerva
Mikaela Wulff
7 9 3 6594
8 Bossard Julie FRA Pauline Courtois
Pauline Chalaux
8 10 6 6229
9 Echegoyen Tamara ESP Sofia Toro
Angela Pumariega
8 8 5 5922
10 Barkow Sally USA Elizabeth Kratzig Burnham
Alana O'reilly
6 5 3 5782
11 Decnop Renata BRA   8 12 11 5652
12 Bezel Alexa SUI   7 13 12 5160
13 Roca Mata Silvia ESP Eva Gonzalez
Lara Cacabelos
6 11 9 5027
14 Senfft Juliana BRA   8 14 14 4951
15 Mulder Mandy NED Merel Witteveen
Annemieke Bes
Annemiek Bekkering
6 17 11 4382
16 Groeneveld Renee NED Marcelien Bos-de Koning
Annemieke Bes
Mijke Lievens
8 15 1 4229
17 Tulloch Genevieve USA Alice Leonard
Jennifer Chamberlin
5 16 8 3889
18 Tams Noora FIN   8 20 18 3873
19 Silva Martina ARG   8 19 16 3838
20 Sylvan Caroline SWE   7 22 20 3790


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