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ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres - Excellent racing on opening day

'Nacra 17, Billy Besson and Marie Riou - 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres, Day 1'    Yvan Zedda ©    Click Here to view large photo

On the opening day of the ISAF Sailing World up Hyeres, glorious sunshine and a consistent cool spring breeze ensured the 1,111 sailors from 59 nations were spoilt. Racing in the ten Olympic and two Paralympic events could not have been any better as the consistency of a 10-15 easterly breeze ensured excellent racing throughout the day.

The world's finest sailing talent came to the forefront of their respective fleets with Hyères showcasing what it is all about.

Billy Besson and Marie Riou (FRA) won gold at ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca with a day to spare and they brought that same form into the first race day in Hyères.

Opening their account with a second they ramped it up for the day's two other races by taking convincing victories in both races, 'The day was really great, especially for a first day,' commented Besson after racing. 'The wind conditions were cool and we got a second and two wins. It was very perfect conditions.'

With the discard coming into play after three races the French have a small single point lead over Pippa Wilson and John Gimson (GBR) but lose a second compared to the Britons seventh. Despite looking good at the early stage Besson doesn't think an early victory will be on the cards, 'Oh no,' exclaimed Besson. 'With Marie we take it race by race and tomorrow is another race and same again the day after. We'll keep our head clear and that's all.'

After three races the points are extremely close with the top six all counting single number scores.

ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne winners and Mallorca bronze medallists Darren Bundock and Nina Curtis (AUS) are one of those teams and whilst they were strong posting a 1-4-4 score line, Curtis found the day a bit of a learning curve, 'We had this really steep uneven chop and I've never sailed in the cats in those conditions before and it was actually really cool to learn on the run and we actually won the first race.

'We're pretty happy as all our results are keepers. That's the idea, on the first day you want to get some keepers on the board and not use your drop up.'

The Nacra 17 is split into two fleets with further race victories going the way of Wilson and Gimson, Ben Saxton and Hannah Diamond (GBR), and Thomas Zajac and Tanja Frank (AUT).

49er Men - 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres, Day 1 -  Yvan Zedda ©   Click Here to view large photo

Peter Burling and Blair Tuke (NZL) hold the lead in the 49er after two bullets and a discarded 16th but displaying superb consistency was Great Britain's Dylan Fletcher and Alain Sign (GBR).

The Brits took the first race win in the Yellow fleet and followed up with two third places and hold second overall. After racing Fletcher let his 1,200+ Twitter followers on @GBR49erTeam know about his and Sign's day, 'Wicked day racing in Hyeres, 1,3,3 with the last race our best after a great first beat to get back into the race teamwork longwaytogo.'

And a longwaytogo it is with 15 more races scheduled over the remaining five days of competition.

Holding third overall after the first day is Diego Botin and Pablo Turrado (ESP) followed by Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen (AUS).

49erFX - 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres, Day 1 -  © Franck Socha - ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres   Click Here to view large photo

ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca gold medallists Martine Grael and Kahena Kunze (BRA) got their week off to a strong start after picking up two race wins and discarding a 14th.

The Brazilians are in familiar company atop of the leader board with many of the leading 49erFX sailors trailing them by a narrow margin.

Ida Marie Baad Nielsen and Marie Thusgaard Olsen (DEN) sit two points behind the Brazilians whilst Charlotte Dobson and Sophie Ainsworth (GBR), who took the days other race win, occupy third.

2013 World Champions and defending Hyères champions Alex Maloney and Molly Meech (NZL) found their form after a disappointing week in Mallorca. Recording a second, a discarded 19th and a third they sit in fourth.

Finn fleet in Mallorca -  Thom Touw_©   Click Here to view large photo

Greece's Ioannis Mitakis came out of the traps flying in the Finn and after two races he has a five point lead.

The Greek racer, who won the Finn Europeans in 2012, took a second in the first race and then won a hard fought second as he explained, 'Today was a really good day. I managed to stick to my plan from the start. I started both races by going left and the left paid off more.

'In the second race I had a problem with my sail as I decided to make a change last minute but I managed to do what I had planned in my mind and won the race.

'It was a quite close race. I passed the first mark in fourth place and then I found a way to pass those ahead of me. I'm really happy with my consistent day.'

The opening race win went the way of France's Jonathan Lobert but a 28th in the second of the day sees him down in 13th place.

Milan Vujasinovic (CRO) and Caleb Paine (USA) occupy the remaining podium spots after the opening day of racing.

470 Men - 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres, Day 1 -  © Franck Socha - ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres   Click Here to view large photo

Mat Belcher and Will Ryan (AUS) took two race wins and discard a seventh to grasp an opening day race lead in the 81-boat Men's 470 fleet.

Belcher first made an appearance in Hyères in 2001 and with two gold medals behind him he continues to relish the French breeze, 'Hyeres is a fantastic event. It's a regatta we can't afford to miss on the circuit and we always try to prepare the best we can for the extreme conditions.

'I think the timing is quite critical for us. We warmed up in Palma and we've come here in better shape. They run a really good regatta, we've got almost 1,200 competitors and we love competing here.'

With two race victories behind them it's easy to see why the Australians enjoy the French Riviera. In the opening bout they took the bullet by 21 seconds and in the third they edged out Panagiotis Mantis and Pavlos Kagialis (GRE).

The Greeks added a sixth and a fourth to sit in fourth place overall but Mantis was far from happy with his day, 'If you don't have a good start then you'll start at the back. For us we managed with three bad starts, I don't know what happened but our results were good.'

Despite their bad starts the Greek sailor explained why they recorded a strong line of results, 'We like this kind of wind and we had good speed, that's why. Finally I'm happy but we have to improve the starts because as the event goes on it will be more difficult.'

Onan Barreiros and Juan Curbelo Cabrera (ESP) are currently second overall followed by Anton Dahlberg and Fredrik Bergstrom (SWE).

470 Women’s fleet - 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres, Day 1 -  © Franck Socha - ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres   Click Here to view large photo

Jo Aleh and Polly Powrie (NZL) and Anne Haeger and Briana Provancha (USA) took a race win apiece in the 51-boat Women's 470 and hold the leading positions.

The Kiwis, who took gold at ISAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao and Mallorca, continued their good form by taking the opening race win. An eighth place followed and after racing Powrie said, 'We kept it pretty simple. We just got out of the blocks well and then chipped away from there. It was a top ten finish so it's a keeper. We missed a few things on the first beat and we had to crawl back from there. We managed to come away with a decent result so we're happy with the day.'

The Americans hold top spot having taken a fifth in Race 1 that was followed up with a bullet.

ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami gold medallists Sophie Weguelin and Eilidh McIntyre (GBR) are third overall.

RSX Men, Boris Minaev and Kieran Martin - 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres, Day 1 -  © Franck Socha - ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres   Click Here to view large photo

If you blinked whilst watching the Men's RS:X action you might have missed Poland's Piotr Myszka as he sealed three consecutive race victories on the opening day of racing.

In the split 91-boat Men's RS:X Myszka was a class above the rest in the yellow fleet and blew his rivals out of the water to hold an early lead.

Racing in the blue fleet was closer with three sailors taking the bullets. Kiran Badloe (NED), Dorian Van Rijsselberge (NED) and Toni Wilhelm (GER) took a race victory apiece. All three count results in the top six and trail the Polish sailor in second, third and fourth.

RSX Women, Patrycja Lis - 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres, Day 1 -  © Franck Socha - ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres   Click Here to view large photo

New Zealand's Natalia Kosinska holds the Women's RS:X lead after three races in Hyères. The Kiwi racer started off slow with a 12th place finish but bounced back with a bullet and a second that handed her the lead after she discarded her opening race result.

Poland's Maja Dziarnowska was slightly more consistent than her Kiwi competitor with a sixth, a third and a bullet but with the discard in play she is a point behind. China's Jiahui Wu is third overall.

Evi Van Acker (BEL) looked to banish her Mallorca demons as she took two race wins and a fifth to lead in Hyères.

The Belgian racer missed out on a podium spot at ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca as she engaged in a battle for silver with Tuula Tenkanen (FIN) in the Medal Race. She finished the Medal Race in 10th and fell to fourth, missing out on a medal.

A strong performance in the Hyères has put her on the right route at the early stage of the event.

Annalise Murphy (IRL) enjoyed the big breeze as she scored a bullet, a discarded 27th and a third to sit second overall. ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne gold medallist Tatiana Drozdovskaya (BLR) is third overall.

Laser Men - Bruno Fontes - 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres, Day 1 -  © Franck Socha - ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres   Click Here to view large photo

Jean Baptiste Bernaz (FRA) took two race wins in the Laser and is the early leader in the 123-boat fleet. The French racer took two bullets from the day's opening encounters and came through with a ninth in the third and final race of the opening day.

With two fleets the remaining race victories went the way of Robert Scheidt (BRA), Jesper Stalheim (SWE), Andy Maloney (NZL) and Matt Wearn (AUS).

Great Britain's Megan Pascoe and Helena Lucas dominated ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami and Mallorca as they took a gold and silver apiece but the top of the leader board in Hyères is slightly different.

Heiko Kroger (GER) and Damien Seguin (FRA) took a race win and a second each to share the lead on three points. Pascoe was consistent with two thirds to sit in the final podium spot. Lucas meanwhile is down in sixth.

John Robertson, Hannah Stodel and Stephen Thomas (GBR) sailed consistently in the Sonar to take the early advantage.

The British trio recorded a third and a second to lead on five points. The race victories went the way of Jens Kroker, Siegmund Mainka and Robert Prem (GER) who are second overall and Australia's Colin Harrison, John Harris and Russell Boaden who are fifth.

Racing resumes on Tuesday 22 April at 11:00 local time as the qualification stage for the split fleets comes to a conclusion.

2.4 Metre – Disabled – Overall Results

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

Total

Net

1

GER

GER1

Heiko Kroeger

2

1

3.00

3.00

2

FRA

FRA13

Damien Seguin

1

2

3.00

3.00

3

GBR

GBR98

Megan Pascoe

3

3

6.00

6.00

4

NOR

NOR1

Bjørnar Erikstad

4

4

8.00

8.00

5

AUT

AUT1

Sven Reiger

8

5

13.00

13.00

6

GBR

GBR100

Helena Lucas

7

6

13.00

13.00

7

NED

NED1

barend Kol

6

7

13.00

13.00

8

GER

GER44

Lasse Klötzing

5

9

14.00

14.00

9

NED

NED21

Rolf Schrama

9

12

21.00

21.00

10

RUS

RUS4

Nikolay Ulyashev

11

11

22.00

22.00

11

GBR

GBR3

Will Street

10

13

23.00

23.00

12

FRA

FRA5

kevin cantin

17
OCS

8

25.00

25.00

13

ITA

ITA104

Antonio Squizzato

15

10

25.00

25.00

14

GBR

GBR113

John Brooker

12

14

26.00

26.00

15

GBR

GBR68

Carol Dugdale

13

15

28.00

28.00

16

RUS

RUS8

Dmitrii Khonich

14

16

30.00

30.00

 

470 Men – Overall Results

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

3

Total

Net

1

AUS

AUS11

Mathew Belcher

William Ryan

1

(7)

1

9.00

2.00

2

ESP

ESP9

Onan Barreiros

Juan Curbelo Cabrera

(18)

2

1

21.00

3.00

3

SWE

SWE349

Anton Dahlberg

Fredrik Bergström

2

(9)

3

14.00

5.00

4

GRE

GRE1

Panagiotis Mantis

Pavlos Kagialis

(6)

4

2

12.00

6.00

5

FRA

FRA27

Sofian Bouvet

Jeremie Mion

2

4

(12)

18.00

6.00

6

ARG

ARG7

Lucas Calabrese

Juan de la Fuente

1

(7)

6

14.00

7.00

7

FRA

FRA44

Pierre Leboucher

Nicolas Le Berre

(17)

5

2

24.00

7.00

8

USA

USA1713

Stuart Mcnay

David Hughes

(7)

3

5

15.00

8.00

9

FRA

FRA4

Vianney Guilbaud

Vincent Guillarm

7

2

(14)

23.00

9.00

10

CRO

CRO83

Sime Fantela

Igor Marenic

3

6

(7)

16.00

9.00

11

GRE

GRE165

Panagiotis Kampouridis

Efstathios Papadopoulos

(24)

3

8

35.00

11.00

12

ESP

ESP44

Jordi Xammar

Joan Herp

3

8

(9)

20.00

11.00

13

GER

GER55

Jan-Jasper Wagner

Dustin Baldewein

(11)

5

6

22.00

11.00

14

GBR

GBR863

Luke Patience

Elliot Willis

(14)

9

3

26.00

12.00

15

GER

GER10

Ferdinand Gerz

Oliver Szymanski

(19)

1

13

33.00

14.00

 

470 Women – Overall Results

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

Total

Net

1

USA

USA1712

Anne Haeger

Briana Provancha

5

1

6.00

6.00

2

NZL

NZL75

Jo Aleh

Polly Powrie

1

8

9.00

9.00

3

GBR

GBR321

Sophie Weguelin

Eilidh McIntyre

7

3

10.00

10.00

4

FRA

FRA9

Camille Lecointre

Hélène Defrance

2

10

12.00

12.00

5

RUS

RUS97

Alisa Kirilyuk

Liudmila Dmitrieva

4

12

16.00

16.00

6

BRA

BRA177

Fernanda Oliveira

Ana Luiza Barbachan

3

14

17.00

17.00

7

GER

GER72

Annika Bochmann

Karoline Göltzer

13

4

17.00

17.00

8

CHN

CHN619

Shasha Chen

Haiyan Gao

9

9

18.00

18.00

9

NED

NED216

Afrodite Kyranakou

Anneloes van Veen

15

5

20.00

20.00

10

SLO

SLO64

Tina Mrak

Veronika Macarol

18

7

25.00

25.00

11

NED

NED6

Michelle Broekhuizen

Marieke Jongens

24

2

26.00

26.00

12

BRA

BRA18

Renata Decnop

Isabel Swan

14

13

27.00

27.00

13

GBR

GBR865

Amy Seabright

Anna Carpenter

10

19

29.00

29.00

14

ITA

ITA16

Roberta Caputo

Alice Sinno

12

18

30.00

30.00

15

POL

POL11

Agnieszka Skrzypulec

Natalia Wojcik

28

6

34.00

34.00

 

49er Men – Overall Results

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

3

Total

Net

1

NZL

NZL1

Peter Burling

Blair Tuke

(16)

1

1

18.00

2.00

2

GBR

GBR4

Dylan Fletcher

Alain Sign

1

(3)

3

7.00

4.00

3

ESP

ESP900

Diego Botín

Pablo Turrado

(6)

1

4

11.00

5.00

4

AUS

AUS5

Nathan Outteridge

Iain Jensen

(9)

2

5

16.00

7.00

5

SWE

SWE16

Carl P Sylvan

Otto Hamel

6

(11)

2

19.00

8.00

6

ITA

ITA26

Ruggero Tita

Giacomo Cavalli

(35)

2

6

43.00

8.00

7

ARG

ARG133

Yago Lange

Klaus Lange

3

5

(6)

14.00

8.00

8

FRA

FRA 3

Manu Dyen

Stéphane Christidis

4

4

(9)

17.00

8.00

9

POL

POL52

Tomasz Januszewski

Jacek Nowak

2

7

(10)

19.00

9.00

10

IRL

IRL99

Ryan Seaton

Matthew Mcgovern

3

6

(7)

16.00

9.00

11

NZL

NZL 2

Marcus Hansen

Josh Porebski

5

4

(16)

25.00

9.00

12

ESP

ESP161

Carlos Robles

Dani Codina

7

3

(41)
UFD

51.00

10.00

13

CRO

CRO13

Pavle Kostov

Petar Cupac

(14)

10

1

25.00

11.00

14

FRA

FRA6

Julien D'ortoli

Noé Delpech

10

(22)

2

34.00

12.00

15

AUT

AUT84

Nico Delle - Karth

Nikolaus Resch

2

11

(20)

33.00

13.00

 

49erFX Women – Overall Results

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

3

Total

Net

1

BRA

BRA321

Martine Soffiatti Grael

Kahena Kunze

1

(14)

1

16.00

2.00

2

DEN

DEN 11

Ida Marie Baad Nielsen

Marie Thusgaard Olsen

(6)

2

2

10.00

4.00

3

GBR

GBR22

Charlotte Dobson

Sophie Ainsworth

(7)

1

4

12.00

5.00

4

NZL

NZL 1

Alexandra Maloney

Molly Meech

2

(19)

3

24.00

5.00

5

ITA

ITA747

Giulia Conti

Francesca Clapcich

3

5

(14)

22.00

8.00

6

GER

GER161

Tina Lutz

Susann Beucke

4

4

(6)

14.00

8.00

7

DEN

DEN136

Jena Hansen

Katja Salskov-Iversen

(9)

3

7

19.00

10.00

8

DEN

DEN49

Maiken Foght Schütt

Anne-Julie Foght Schütt

5

(6)

5

16.00

10.00

9

NED

NED5

Annemiek Bekkering

Annette Duetz

10

7

(21)

38.00

17.00

10

GBR

GBR99

Kate Macgregor

Katrina Best

(22)

9

9

40.00

18.00

11

GBR

GBR8

Frances Peters

Nicola Groves

(18)

13

8

39.00

21.00

12

CAN

CAN812

Erin Rafuse

Danielle Boyd

(31)

12

11

54.00

23.00

13

GER

GER810

Jule Goerge

Lotta Goerge

14

10

(15)

39.00

24.00

14

AUS

AUS9

Olivia Price

Eliza Solly

11

(18)

13

42.00

24.00

15

SWE

SWE381

Lisa Ericson

Hanna Klinga

12

(20)

12

44.00

24.00

 

Finn – Overall Results

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

Total

Net

1

GRE

GRE77

Ioannis Mitakis

2

1

3.00

3.00

2

CRO

CRO69

Milan Vujasinovi?

3

5

8.00

8.00

3

USA

USA6

Caleb Paine

7

3

10.00

10.00

4

NED

NED842

Pieter-Jan Postma

5

9

14.00

14.00

5

AUS

AUS41

Jake Lilley

4

11

15.00

15.00

6

BRA

BRA-1

Bruno Prada

10

7

17.00

17.00

7

POL

POL1

Milosz Wojewski

8

10

18.00

18.00

8

ITA

ITA123

Filippo Baldassari

19

2

21.00

21.00

9

POL

POL17

Piotr Kula

17

6

23.00

23.00

10

CRO

CRO1

Josip Olujic

15

8

23.00

23.00

11

FRA

FRA29

Thomas Le Breton

9

15

24.00

24.00

12

EST

EST2

Deniss Karpak

14

13

27.00

27.00

13

FRA

FRA112

Jonathan Lobert

1

28

29.00

29.00

14

POR

POR5

Frederico Melo

13

21

34.00

34.00

15

RUS

RUS9

Eduard Skornyakov

20

14

34.00

34.00

 

Laser Men – Overall Results

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

3

Total

Net

1

FRA

FRA203800

Jean Baptiste Bernaz

1

1

(9)

11.00

2.00

2

AUS

AUS203770

Matthew Wearn

(11)

2

1

14.00

3.00

3

AUS

AUS199012

Tom Burton

(6)

5

2

13.00

7.00

4

CRO

CRO202974

Daniel Mihelic

2

(8)

5

15.00

7.00

5

NED

NED204567

Rutger van Schaardenburg

2

5

(6)

13.00

7.00

6

CYP

CYP205124

Pavlos Kontides

4

(29)

3

36.00

7.00

7

CRO

CRO204731

Tonci Stipanovic

3

(4)

4

11.00

7.00

8

NZL

NZL203776

Andy Maloney

(8)

7

1

16.00

8.00

9

BRA

BRA176622

Robert Scheidt

1

(9)

7

17.00

8.00

10

NZL

NZL196871

Sam Meech

6

2

(15)

23.00

8.00

11

BRA

BRA203765

Bruno Fontes

3

6

(10)

19.00

9.00

12

NOR

NOR204758

Kristian Ruth

7

4

(8)

19.00

11.00

13

GER

GER204906

Philipp Buhl

(12)

10

2

24.00

12.00

14

USA

USA182345

Charlie Buckingham

5

(16)

8

29.00

13.00

15

SWE

SWE199617

Jesper Stalheim

13

1

(14)

28.00

14.00

 

Laser Radial – Women – Overall Results

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

3

Total

Net

1

BEL

BEL202970

Evi Van Acker

(5)

1

1

7.00

2.00

2

IRL

IRL199417

Annalise Murphy

1

(27)

3

31.00

4.00

3

BLR

BLR204706

Tatiana Drozdovskaya

2

2

(9)

13.00

4.00

4

TUR

TUR202611

Cagla Donertas

(3)

3

2

8.00

5.00

5

NED

NED204276

Marit Bouwmeester

5

(41)
DNC

1

47.00

6.00

6

DEN

DEN201407

Anne-Marie Rindom

1

5

(9)

15.00

6.00

7

FIN

FIN202670

Tuula Tenkanen

(4)

3

3

10.00

6.00

8

GER

GER205277

Svenja Weger

3

(15)

4

22.00

7.00

9

NED

NED204273

Daphne van der Vaart

(22)

1

8

31.00

9.00

10

ITA

ITA206212

Silvia Zennaro

7

(8)

2

17.00

9.00

11

USA

USA197111

Paige Railey

(41)
BFD

4

5

50.00

9.00

12

AUS

AUS203769

Ashley Stoddart

4

(6)

6

16.00

10.00

13

CRO

CRO199055

Tina Mihelic

2

9

(11)

22.00

11.00

14

GBR

GBR195123

Hannah Snellgrove

9

2

(16)

27.00

11.00

15

CZE

CZE202635

Veronika Kozelska Fenclova

7

(14)

5

26.00

12.0

 

Nacra 17 Mixed – Overall Results

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

3

Total

Net

1

FRA

FRA 1

Billy Besson

Marie Riou

(2)

1

1

4.00

2.00

2

GBR

GBR58

Pippa Wilson

John Gimson

(7)

1

2

10.00

3.00

3

GBR

GBR60

Ben Saxton

Hannah Diamond

1

(4)

2

7.00

3.00

4

AUT

AUT35

Thomas Zajac

Tanja Chiara Frank

4

(5)

1

10.00

5.00

5

AUS

AUS64

Darren Bundock

Nina Curtis

1

(4)

4

9.00

5.00

6

AUS

AUS158

Euan McNicol

Lucinda Whitty

2

(6)

3

11.00

5.00

7

SUI

SUI41

Matías Bühler

Nathalie Brugger

3

2

(10)

15.00

5.00

8

GBR

GBR56

Lucy Macgregor

Andrew Walsh

(14)

2

4

20.00

6.00

9

FRA

FRA65

Moana Vaireaux

Manon Audinet

(7)

3

5

15.00

8.00

10

FRA

FRA77

Franck Cammas

Sophie de Turckheim

3

(9)

7

19.00

10.00

11

NED

NED213

Renee Groeneveld

Steven Krol

4

6

(40)
DNF

50.00

10.00

12

AUS

AUS133

Jason Waterhouse

Lisa Darmanin

(13)

8

3

24.00

11.00

13

DEN

DEN17

Allan Norregaard

Line Just Emsvang

9

3

(13)

25.00

12.00

14

ITA

ITA200

Vittorio Bissaro

Silvia Sicouri

5

(7)

7

19.00

12.00

15

NZL

NZL222

Gemma Jones

Jason Saunders

(14)

8

5

27.00

13.00

 

RS:X Men – Overall Results

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

3

Total

Net

1

POL

POL82

Piotr Myszka

(1)

1

1

3.00

2.00

2

GER

GER3

Toni Wilhelm

(4)

2

1

7.00

3.00

3

NED

NED8

Dorian Van Rijsselberge

(3)

1

2

6.00

3.00

4

NED

NED9

Kiran Badloe

1

3

(6)

10.00

4.00

5

POL

POL126

Przemyslaw Miarczynski

(4)

2

2

8.00

4.00

6

POL

POL182

Pawel Tarnowski

2

(4)

4

10.00

6.00

7

BRA

BRA1

Ricardo Santos

2

4

(5)

11.00

6.00

8

FRA

FRA3

Thomas Goyard

(3)

3

3

9.00

6.00

9

NOR

NOR7

Sebastian Wang-Hansen

(7)

5

3

15.00

8.00

10

GBR

GBR931

Tom Squires

(8)

6

4

18.00

10.00

11

GBR

GBR1

Nick Dempsey

(5)

5

5

15.00

10.00

12

ISR

ISR11

Shahar Zubari

(8)

6

8

22.00

14.00

13

FRA

FRA 9

Benoit Bigot

6

8

(10)

24.00

14.00

14

HKG

HKG2

Ho Tsun Leung

7

7

(9)

23.00

14.00

15

HKG

HKG16

Chun Leung Mich CHENG

5

10

(16)

31.00

15.00

 

RS:X Women – Overall Results

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

3

Total

Net

1

NZL

NZL8

Natalia Kosinska

(12)

1

2

15.00

3.00

2

POL

POL7

Maja Dziarnowska

(6)

3

1

10.00

4.00

3

CHN

CHN5

Jiahui Wu

(14)

2

3

19.00

5.00

4

ITA

ITA46

Flavia Tartaglini

1

5

(14)

20.00

6.00

5

POL

POL8

Zofia Noceti-Klepacka

4

6

(15)

25.00

10.00

6

GER

GER7

Moana Delle

(8)

8

4

20.00

12.00

7

CHN

CHN9

Jiali Sun

(33)

7

5

45.00

12.00

8

POL

POL104

Kamila Smektala

3

(14)

12

29.00

15.00

9

HKG

HKG5

Hei Man Hayley Victoria Chan

10

(15)

6

31.00

16.00

10

AUS

AUS254

Joanna Sterling

9

(10)

8

27.00

17.00

11

FRA

FRA22

Eugénie Ricard

(35)

11

7

53.00

18.00

12

CHN

CHN2

Manjia Zheng

2

(20)

17

39.00

19.00

13

CHN

CHN3

Qiaoshan Weng

5

(26)

16

47.00

21.00

14

BRA

BRA8

Patricia Freitas

7

19

(28)

54.00

26.00

15

ESP

ESP1

Blanca Manchon

(60)
DNC

16

10

86.00

26.00

 

Sonar – Overall Results

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

Total

Net

1

GBR

GBR1

John Robertson

Hannah Stodel

Stephen Thomas

3

2

5.00

5.00

2

GER

GER11

Jens Kroker

Siegmund Mainka

Robert PREM

5

1

6.00

6.00

3

FRA

FRA840

Bruno Jourdren

Nicolas Vimont Vicary

Eric Flageul

2

5

7.00

7.00

4

NOR

NOR1

Aleksander Wang-Hansen

Per Eugen Kristiansen

Marie Solberg

4

4

8.00

8.00

5

AUS

AUS1

Colin Harrison

John Harris

Russell Boaden

1

9
OCS

10.00

10.00

6

IRL

IRL844

John C Twomey

Austin O'Carroll

Ian Costelloe

7

3

10.00

10.00

7

NED

NED1

Marcel van de Veen

Mischa Rossen

Miranda Wevers

6

7

13.00

13.00

8

GBR

GBR747

craig wood

Luke Sinnott

steven palmer

8

6

14.00

14.00

 

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