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ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyères: Beautiful end to a perfect week

'Pieter-Jan Postma, Finn -2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup, Hyeres, France'    Thom Touw ©

In the words of the sailors competing at ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyères, it was a beautiful ending to a perfect week.

More than 1,100 sailors from 59 nations raced at the final ISAF Sailing World Cup regatta of the 2013-2014 series and were treated to exceptional race action.

Medals across the ten Olympic events were decided on the final day, with a 10-12 knot westerly breeze on flat water bringing a superb week to an end.

Laser


Three points split Andy Maloney (NZL) and Tom Burton (AUS) going into the Medal Race and it was Burton who came out on top in a thrilling conclusion.

'It was a bit surreal,' said an ecstatic Burton after racing. 'I think that was one of the closest races I've done in a long time, if not ever. It was pretty exciting.'

Burton finished fifth to Maloney's seventh which handed him gold. 'I didn't have the best of first beats. I think I rounded in maybe seventh or eighth at the top and the guys were all in front of me which wasn't ideal,' explained Burton.

'I just hung in there and Andy got a yellow flag on the first run that put me in front of him but at the second top mark I was directly in front of him so he still had it.

Grael and Kunze (BRA) Womens 49erFX - 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup, Hyeres,France 05 0668 - ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres - Final day -  Thom Touw_©  

'In the last run it was a bit dicey with big pressure differences and on the line I crossed in front of him by a boat length and then there was a boat in between us two. I only beat him by a nose, it was such a close race.

'I'm pretty stoked. I won here last year and the goal was to come and win again after winning last week in Palma. It was a close race but I'm happy to take the win.'

Maloney went in to the Medal Race with a strong plan, but was visibly disappointed ashore as things did not quite go his way, 'It was really tough, like it always was going to be in the Medal Race. I was really close with TB [Tom Burton] going into it. The game plan was to lead at the top mark and then evaluate from there. I knew what I needed to do.

'I didn't have the best of start. The French guy was on top of me so that didn't help. I was looking pretty good two thirds up the beat and didn't have the best rounding at the top of the course but I was back in amongst it in the downwind.

'At the bottom gate I had another small hiccup with a yellow flag for rocking. I was then just behind Tom at the bottom gate and in with the fight.

'I got behind him on the final run and it was looking good right near the finish line. I was just sticking with Tom and then the French guy just slipped in right between us.

'It's tough to take but there are a lot of good points we can take out of this week.'

Rutger Van Schaardenburg (NED) won the bronze medal in the Mens Laser.

Womens Laser Radial medal race start - ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres - Final day -  © Franck Socha - ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres  

Laser Radial

ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne winner Tatiana Drozdovskaya (BLR) entered the Medal Race with a three point lead over Evi Van Acker (BEL).

Van Acker relinquished her lead the day prior having sailed the wrong course and counted a high score that handed Drozdovskaya the advantage going into the last day.

Van Acker went out with intent and sailed a superb race that she lead from off to take the bullet and gold as she explained, 'I just had a strategy that I discussed with my coach and everything just worked out.

'I was the only one starting at the pin end. Everybody else was middle of the line or boat end so I was happy I was down there so could have a good start.

'I played the left side more than the others and I was in front from the beginning. Once you're sailing in front it's no so hard, if you're at the back it's quite difficult.'

Hyères is one of Van Acker's favourite venues as she was thrilled to take the regatta victory, 'Hyeres is always the toughest World Cup to win. I've managed to win it only once before and now it's really nice to win it for a second time because it's a difficult venue.

'It's my first win in a very long time so I'm really happy. I had a lot of fans on the water, all the team went out and it was great fun. I'm really happy that I could make up from my stupid mistake yesterday.'

Marit Bouwmeester (NED) finished the Medal Race in second which was not enough to move in to silver medal position as Drozdovskaya held on to second podium spot with a third.

Peter Burling and Blair Tuke - 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup, Hyeres,France -  Thom Touw_©  

49er

Peter Burling and Blair Tuke (NZL) made it two ISAF Sailing World Cup regatta victories in a row with another dominant display.

The Kiwis sealed the deal in the opening race of three stadium style races as they took the first bullet and Burling was delighted to pick up his second consecutive World Cup gold, 'I'm pretty stoked to take the win. We had a pretty big lead but it was mathematically possible to lose it so we made sure we did the job in the first race and had a bit of fun in the last two.

'It was really great to get out in the lead in the first race and just be able to sail away.

'We're definitely really happy with how we backed up Palma with another win.'

The silver medal was picked up by Ryan Seaton and Matthew Mcgovern and the Irish team were all smiles after racing. 'It was a great week and obviously the result tops it all off,' said Mcgovern.

'What a great week of sailing in Hyères. It's been six days of brilliant breeze and sunshine. It couldn't be any better in every respect.'

Seaton and McGovern finished a disappointing 35th in Mallorca just weeks ago and hit back hard to show the fleet what they are all about, 'We came here and we knew we had to hit the ground running. We couldn't have two bad weeks in a row so it was full on, 'put the engines on' and go as fast around the course and keep the mistakes to a minimum.'

Australia's Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen pushed hard on the final day to pick up bronze.

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Meech and Maloney, 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup, Hyeres, France -  Thom Touw_©  

49erFX

Brazil's Martine Grael and Kahena Kunze will go into the remainder of 2014 full of confidence after they took their second consecutive ISAF Sailing World Cup gold medal in Hyères.

The Brazilians were dominant in Mallorca and despite a final day wobble in Hyères they came away with gold.

Grael and Kunze held an 18 point lead over Alex Maloney and Molly Meech (NZL) ahead of the three stadium style races and an 8-3-9 score line was enough for them to hold on. The Kiwis won the day with a 6-1-3 score line and reduced the deficit to eight points but they settled for silver.

After racing Grael said, 'We're not used to the format and we had an 18 points lead so it wasn't too hard for us. We did pretty bad in the races but we still managed to win. I'm feeling awesome, what can be better than this?

'I think it's been the best week the sailors have ever seen in Hyères. We had great wind, weather and I've been talking to the old guys and they've all said it's the best week ever. We're looking forward to coming back here again.'

Ida Marie Baad Nielsen and Marie Thusgaard Olsen (DEN) finished third overall.

Mat Belcher and Will Ryan - 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres -  © Francisco Vignale   Click Here to view large photo

Men's 470

After their unbeaten run was ended at ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami, Mat Belcher and Will Ryan (AUS) returned to winning ways in the Men's 470 at the final ISAF Sailing World Cup regatta of the 2013-2014 series.

Belcher and Ryan took silver in Miami and bronze in Mallorca and are back atop of the podium.

The Australians had a 17 point lead going into the Medal Race and with a fifth they sealed the deal, 'It wasn't our best race,' commented Ryan. 'It was quite tricky conditions but we knew we had to stay in front of the Greeks and the French.

'Off the start we managed to get in a good position and from there we protected where we were with the jury on us at the top mark. We were back on track after that and we're really happy. It's been a pretty long week and to come down today with not too much pressure was quite a nice way to do it.'

For Ryan the result has extra significance as he concluded, 'It's quite special for me because all my family are over here. My sisters are competing and the parents are over. So it's really nice to do well and hopefully we can carry the momentum through the year.

'It's been a beautiful week here in Hyères with beautiful conditions and perfect sailing.'

Panagiotis Mantis and Pavlos Kagialis (GRE) finished one point ahead of Sofian Bouvet and Jeremie Mion (FRA) as the two teams took silver and bronze.

The Medal Race bullet went to Germany's Jan-Jasper Wagner and Dustin Baldewein.

Jo Aleh and Polly Powrie (NZL) lead after Day 4 in the W470 at the 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup, Hyeres, France -  Thom Touw_©  

Women's 470

Jo Aleh and Polly Powrie (NZL) won their third ISAF Sailing World Cup regatta of the 2013-2014 series after another controlling display in Hyères.

The Kiwi girls had a tough day on the water as Powrie explained, 'It was a little bit stressful. We made it hard for ourselves. We thought we may have been over at the start so we came back and re-started.

'We managed to make our way back through the fleet and we still managed to come away with an overall win but still stressful.'

The Kiwis finished the Medal Race in fourth which was enough to defend their overnight lead.

Aleh and Powrie sailed in Qingdao, Mallorca and Hyères taking gold at all. On the victory Powrie added, 'I'm very relieved. It's really nice to win again. We put together a relatively good series which was nice. We didn't have that many different conditions this week. It was a bit of a grind by the end of it.'

Sophie Weguelin and Eilidh McIntyre, who won ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami, and Anne Haeger and Briana Provancha (USA) fought hard for silver and bronze. The Britons came through in second which gave them the silver whilst an American fifth saw them finish the week in third.

2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup, Hyeres, France - Nacra 17 -  Yvan Zedda ©   Click Here to view large photo

Nacra 17

There were plenty of permutations possible in the Nacra 17 with ample medal opportunities across the top five racers.

Darren Bundock and Nina Curtis (AUS) had the advantage in the fleet with a seven point lead over Billy Besson and Marie Riou (FRA) and Vittorio Bissaro and Silvia Sicouri (ITA).

Unfortunately the Australians made an error on the race course, as Bundock explained: 'We had to finish within three boats of French or within four boats of the Italians. We were doing that midway through the race but then they shortened the course and we stuffed up basically.

'We headed to the wrong mark and we ended up finishing second last and let the other guys get away. We finished third overall and the Italians finished first with the French in second.

'It's a silly mistake on our behalf. They halved the leg and we weren't expecting that at all. By the time we tacked and looked back it was all over.'

Bissaro and Sicouri and Besson and Riou were tied on 72 points upon the conclusion of the race but the Italians came through in second compared to the French teams third, which game them gold.

2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup, Hyeres, France - Pieter-Jan Postma, Finn -  Thom Touw_©  

Finn

Pieter Jan Postma (NED) had gold in the bag ahead of the Medal Race and sailed with a clear head, finishing sixth to cap off a great week.

'It's my first world cup win,' said the experienced Dutch sailor. 'I've always been there for years and years and I've never managed to step up so this week was awesome.

'It feels like a personal victory as I topped my best. I've got a few more grey hairs but I managed to deal better with my opportunities and I've been able to play out my strengths on the battlefield.'

The fight for silver and bronze was between Ivan Kljakovic Gaspic (CRO) and Thomas Le Breton. Three points split the pair with a Croatian advantage. Gaspic finished up in third place to take silver whilst Le Breton came away with bronze.

Jorge Zarif (BRA) took the Medal Race victory and ended up ninth overall.

It's now full tilt towards to 2014 ISAF Sailing World Championships this September for the sailors.

Stuart Mcnay and David Hughes - 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Hyeres -  © Franck Socha  


Laser - Men - Overall Results

 

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

Total

Net

1

AUS

AUS199012

Tom Burton

6

5

2

1

4

2

5

6

6

8

(63)
BFD

10

118.00

55.00

2

NZL

NZL203776

Andy Maloney

8

7

1

6

3

1

3

3

8

(20)

2

14

76.00

56.00

3

NED

NED204567

Rutger van Schaardenburg

2

5

6

2

4

6

10

4

(37)

14

5

2

97.00

60.00

4

BRA

BRA176622

Robert Scheidt

1

9

7

4

1

22

4

8

2

(24)

1

8

91.00

67.00

5

GBR

GBR201402

Nick Thompson

9

8

10

9

2

(63)
DSQ

17

2

3

5

10

6

144.00

81.00

6

FRA

FRA203800

Jean Baptiste Bernaz

1

1

9

15

(63)
BFD

5

8

7

26

4

6

12

157.00

94.00

7

CRO

CRO204731

Tonci Stipanovic

3

4

4

2

1

26

23

12

13

(39)

7

4

138.00

99.00

8

BRA

BRA203765

Bruno Fontes

3

6

10

8

5

7

(38)

1

18

15

17

16

144.00

106.00

9

NZL

NZL196871

Sam Meech

6

2

15

5

6

9

35

11

(52)

3

3

18

165.00

113.00

10

NED

NED204566

Nicholas Heiner

23

11

12

6

10

11

12

17

1

9

(63)
BFD

20

195.00

132.00

11

SWE

SWE199617

Jesper Stalheim

13

1

16

10
RDG

10
RDG

4

22

18

22

1

(63)
BFD

 

180.00

117.00

12

AUS

AUS199014

Ashley Brunning

16

16

7

3

6

20

25

22

5

(29)

9

 

158.00

129.00

13

AUS

AUS203770

Matthew Wearn

11

2

1

9

2

8

51

14

32

10

(63)
DNC

 

203.00

140.00

14

GER

GER204906

Philipp Buhl

12

10

2

12

7

48

18

10

4

27

(63)
BFD

 

213.00

150.00

15

NZL

NZL197250

Thomas Saunders

14

9

32

27

10

3

1

20

29

(38)

12

 

195.00

157.00

16

USA

USA182345

Charlie Buckingham

5

16

8

11

17

16

7

47

(51)

28

4

 

210.00

159.00

17

CRO

CRO202974

Daniel Mihelic

2

8

5

26

24

15

26

21

22
SCP

11

(31)

 

191.00

160.00

18

ITA

ITA199697

Alessio Spadoni

31

3

14

8

21

28

24

(61)

15

2

15

 

222.00

161.00

19

GBR

GBR200490

Alex Mills-Barton

9

27

11

12

(44)

21

21

5

7

19

39

 

215.00

171.00

20

ARG

ARG200624

Julio Alsogaray

22

15

11

1

12

(37)

33

32

21

17

13

 

214.00

177.00

  

Laser Radial - Women - Overall Results

 

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

Total

Net

1

BEL

BEL202970

Evi Van Acker

5

1

1

1

1

2

3

(23)

8

16

1

2

64.00

41.00

2

BLR

BLR204706

Tatiana Drozdovskaya

2

2

(9)

2

2

9

5

7

1

1

5

6

51.00

42.00

3

NED

NED204276

Marit Bouwmeester

5

1

1

3

1

3

2

(30)

2

19

4

4

75.00

45.00

4

AUS

AUS203769

Ashley Stoddart

4

6

6

7

3

1

(16)

6

11

9

13

8

90.00

74.00

5

FIN

FIN202670

Tuula Tenkanen

4

3

3

6

2

8

6

(24)

4

4

16

20

100.00

76.00

6

TUR

TUR202611

Cagla Donertas

3

3

2

6

5

6

15

(32)

10

5

10

16

113.00

81.00

7

IRL

IRL199417

Annalise Murphy

1

28

3

1

(41)
UFD

14

1

9

5

12

3

12

130.00

89.00

8

GBR

GBR195123

Hannah Snellgrove

10

2

16

5

3

17

4

(33)

17

2

2

14

125.00

92.00

9

CRO

CRO199055

Tina Mihelic

2

9

11

8

8

10

13

2

(25)

8

12

10

118.00

93.00

10

USA

USA197111

Paige Railey

6

4

5

10

(23)

15

14

1

9

3

9

18

117.00

94.00

11

DEN

DEN201407

Anne-Marie Rindom

1

5

9

4

13

(19)

8

10

15

10

11

 

105.00

86.00

12

ITA

ITA206212

Silvia Zennaro

8

8

2

7

6

13

(18)

4

18

13

7

 

104.00

86.00

13

FRA

FRA202124

Amélie Riou

9

14

14

9

4

11

7

13

7

6

(15)

 

109.00

94.00

14

SWE

SWE202659

Josefin Olsson

13

8

11

2

4

5

17

(31)

12

27

8

 

138.00

107.00

15

DEN

DEN204750

Sarah Gunni Toftedal

14

16

6

3

6

4

9

(35)

13

31

6

 

143.00

108.00

16

GBR

GBR201124

Chloe Martin

15

12

7

12

5

12

11

17

3

(18)

14

 

126.00

108.00

17

CZE

CZE202635

Veronika Kozelska Fenclova

7

15

5

10

7

(31)

10

5

20

17

18

 

145.00

114.00

18

NZL

NZL202441

Sara Winther

6

16

13

8

8

18

20

(26)

16

7

17

 

155.00

129.00

19

BEL

BEL202643

Emma Plasschaert

18

19

8

4

12

7

21

(22)

19

15

19

 

164.00

142.00

20

FRA

FRA205321

Marie Bolou

10

9

10

19

10

23

(28)

21

6

14

20

 

170.00

142.00

 

49er - Men - Overall Results

 

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

Total

Net

1

NZL

NZL1

Peter Burling

Blair Tuke

16

1

1

4

5

1

2

5

9

9

4

9

(20)

1

1

8

3

99.00

79.00

2

IRL

IRL99

Ryan Seaton

Matthew Mcgovern

3

7

7

6

2

8

10

3

3

(18)

15

8

6

12

2

3

7

120.00

102.00

3

AUS

AUS5

Nathan Outteridge

Iain Jensen

9

2

5

5

(32)

23

11

2

5

13

2

4

10

6.7
RDG

3

4

6

142.70

110.70

4

NZL

NZL 2

Marcus Hansen

Josh Porebski

5

4

(16)

4

1

2

4

15

7

12

16

3

9

8

6

7

9

128.00

112.00

5

GBR

GBR10

John Pink

Stuart Bithell

5

9

8

10

3

4

12

12

(24)

10

9

2

5

16

4

5

2

140.00

116.00

6

FRA

FRA 3

Manu Dyen

Stéphane Christidis

4

5

9

7

12

8

5

7

6

2
SCP

12

(17)

11

6

10

6

8

135.00

118.00

7

GBR

GBR4

Dylan Fletcher

Alain Sign

1

3

3

1

4

1

14

14

13

23

20

(24)

12

4

7

2

5

151.00

127.00

8

GBR

GBR98

David Evans

Edward Powys

17

11

3

1

1

(25)

6

18

12

21

21

1

1

9

5

1

4

157.00

132.00

9

DEN

DEN30

Jonas Warrer

Peter Lang

20

10

13

3

10

17

1

1

14

(24)

5

19

2

3

8

9

1

160.00

136.00

10

ESP

ESP900

Diego Botín

Pablo Turrado

6

1

4

7

11

6

3

13

4

16

(22)

22

4

11

9

10

10

159.00

137.00

11

GER

GER12

Erik Heil

Thomas Plößel

(41)
UFD

6

7

2

12

7

8

9

18

2

1

25

14

17

     

169.00

128.00

12

GBR

GBR77

Stephen Morrison

Chris Grube

16

7

9

13

11

2

16

4

15

4

7

(21)

8

19

     

152.00

131.00

13

AUT

AUT84

Nico Delle - Karth

Nikolaus Resch

2

11

20

5

5

12

(27)
DNF

23

11

3

10

10

23

7

     

169.00

142.00

14

SWE

SWE16

Carl P Sylvan

Otto Hamel

6

12

2

15

15

7

13

16

(21)

11

8

12

16

10

     

164.00

143.00

15

CRO

CRO13

Pavle Kostov

Petar Cupac

14

10

1

(32)

22

3

18

10

10

22

18

7

3

13

     

183.00

151.00

16

FRA

FRA6

Julien D'ortoli

Noé Delpech

10

(41)
DSQ

2

9

10

17

7

8

2

19

23

26

21

5

     

200.00

159.00

17

ARG

ARG133

Yago Lange

Klaus Lange

3

5

6

11

3

10

(24)

21

23

15

11

16

17

18

     

183.00

159.00

18

ITA

ITA26

Ruggero Tita

Giacomo Cavalli

(35)

2

6

14

13

4

20

17

8

6

19

13

24

22

     

203.00

168.00

19

ESP

ESP 8

Federico Alonso Tellechea

Arturo Alonso Tellechea

7

9

15

3

(36)

25

17

25

1

5

26

11

27
BFD

2

     

209.00

173.00

20

FIN

FIN49

Lauri Lehtinen

Miikka Pennanen

9

15

5

27

(34)

3

9

11

20

8

6

15

19

27
DNF

     

208.00

174.00

 

 49erFX - Women - Overall Results

 

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

Total

Net

1

BRA

BRA321

Martine Soffiatti Grael

Kahena Kunze

1

(14)

1

3

6

2

5

3

8

1

1

7

1

3

6

8

3

9

82.00

68.00

2

NZL

NZL 1

Alexandra Maloney

Molly Meech

2

(19)

3

6

8

3

6

5

1

3

9

4

4

10

2

6

1

3

95.00

76.00

3

DEN

DEN 11

Ida Marie Baad Nielsen

Marie Thusgaard Olsen

6

2

2

(43)
UFD

5

4

2

14

9

11

3

1

2

7

3

3

5

4

126.00

83.00

4

GBR

GBR22

Charlotte Dobson

Sophie Ainsworth

7

1

4

2

2

1

(22)
UFD

9

5

5

19

9

5

6

8

10

10

6

131.00

109.00

5

NED

NED5

Annemiek Bekkering

Annette Duetz

10

7

21

1

1

8

(22)
UFD

6

2

7

20

3

8

11

5

1

6

2

141.00

119.00

6

GER

GER161

Tina Lutz

Susann Beucke

4

4

6

5

(22)

5

8

11

11

8

2

10

7

5

7

7

9

10

141.00

119.00

7

ESP

ESP23

Tamara Echegoyen

Berta Betanzos

13

16

16

7

12

6

4

1

13

2

12

2

3

1

(22)
UFD

9

2

8

149.00

127.00

8

DEN

DEN49

Maiken Foght Schütt

Anne-Julie Foght Schütt

5

6

5

4

(19)

9

10

12

3

15

13

14

9

13

1

5

8

5

156.00

137.00

9

ITA

ITA747

Giulia Conti

Francesca Clapcich

3

5

14

(32)

4

17

16

18

16

4

8

5

17

4

12

2

7

1

185.00

153.00

10

GBR

GBR99

Kate Macgregor

Katrina Best

(22)

9

9

10

11

11

1

2

19

6

5

16

12

9

18

4

4

7

175.00

153.00

11

AUS

AUS9

Olivia Price

Eliza Solly

11

18

13

14

3

14

17

10

12

19

(21)

6

6

2

9

     

175.00

154.00

12

GBR

GBR8

Frances Peters

Nicola Groves

18

13

8

15

7

16

12

7

10

10

10

13

11

12

(22)
UFD

     

184.00

162.00

13

SWE

SWE25

Julia Gross

Cecilia Jonsson

8

(27)

26

22

9

7

3

17

6

16

4

8

22
UFD

17

4

     

196.00

169.00

14

GER

GER777

Leonie Meyer

Elena Christine Stoffers

16

(29)

10

8

16

12

13

15

4

17

6

15

19

20

10

     

210.00

181.00

15

DEN

DEN136

Katja Salskov-Iversen

Julie Bossard

9

3

7

(24)

15

22

22
DNF

4

15

20

16

12

18

8

11

     

206.00

182.00

16

IRL

IRL997

Andrea Brewster

Saskia Tidey

19

11

17

12

(23)

15

11

8

14

9

14

18

15

19

16

     

221.00

198.00

17

SWE

SWE381

Lisa Ericson

Hanna Klinga

12

20

12

13

10

(43)
UFD

7

13

7

18

7

21

22
DNF

21

17

     

243.00

200.00

18

GER

GER810

Jule Goerge

Lotta Goerge

14

10

15

11

(24)

10

18

22
DNS

18

12

15

17

14

16

22
UFD

     

238.00

214.00

19

CAN

CAN812

Erin Rafuse

Danielle Boyd

31

12

11

(33)

13

21

14

20

20

14

17

11

10

15

14

     

256.00

223.00

20

GER

GER6

Victoria Jurczok

Anika Lorenz

20

28

18

9

18

(43)
UFD

9

19

17

13

11

20

16

18

13

     

272.00

229.00

  

470 - Men - Overall Results

 

Pos

Nation

Sail Number

Crew

Race

Points

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

Total

Net

1

AUS

AUS11

Mathew Belcher

William Ryan

1

7

1

9

1

(11)

1

9

1

1

1

10

53.00

42.00

2

GRE

GRE1

Panagiotis Mantis

Pavlos Kagialis

6

4

2

6

2

2

8

6

6

7

(21)

16

86.00

65.00

3

FRA

FRA27

Sofian Bouvet

Jeremie Mion

2

4

12

2

3

10

5

1

5

(24)

10

12

90.00

66.00

4

ARG

ARG7

Lucas Calabrese

Juan de la Fuente

1

7

6

21

3

6

4

2

(25)

4

11

6

96.00

71.00

5

SWE

SWE349

Anton Dahlberg

Fredrik Bergström

2

9

3

9

2

8

(42)
RET

5

2

8

9

18

117.00

75.00

6

GBR

GBR863

Luke Patience

Elliot Willis

14

9

3

18

6

4

7

(30)

9

19

8

4

131.00

101.00

7

CRO

CRO83

Sime Fantela

Igor Marenic

3

6

7

13

8

21

(33)

27

3

2

3

8

134.00

101.00

8

USA

USA1713

Stuart Mcnay

David Hughes

7

3

5

3

9

13

2

(42)
DNC

24

13

13

14

148.00

106.00

9

ESP

ESP9

Onan Barreiros

Juan Curbelo Cabrera

18

2

1

2

17

18

(42)
BFD

17

4

3

7

20

151.00

109.00

10

GER

GER55

Jan-Jasper Wagner

Dustin Baldewein

11

5

6

4

18

5

21

14

(29)

6

19

2

140.00

111.00

11

GRE

GRE165

Panagiotis Kampouridis

Efstathios Papadopoulos

24

3

8

6

5

20

(27)

7

8

12

18

 

138.00

111.00

12

FIN

FIN7

Joonas Lindgren

Niklas Lindgren

4

12

18

1

1

1

10

28

12

30

(42)
BFD

 

159.00

117.00

13

CHN

CHN1267

Hao Lan

Chao Wang

16

13

4

12

11

15

17

3

15

15

(33)

 

154.00

121.00

14

AUT

AUT437

David Bargehr

Lukas Mähr

15

1

21

(30)

6

3

9

4

22

20

22

 

153.00

123.00

15

JPN

JPN12

Tetsuya Matsunaga

Yugo Yoshida

8

17

10

3

10

17

11

22

20

(42)
DNC

5

 

165.00

123.00

16

ESP

ESP44

Jordi Xammar

Joan Herp

3

8

9

15

4

33

14

20

13

5

(38)

 

162.00

124.00

17

FRA

FRA4

Vianney Guilbaud

Vincent Guillarm

7

2

14

26

12

16

3

11

(35)

26

16

 

168.00

133.00

18

GER

GER10

Ferdinand Gerz

Oliver Szymanski

19

1

13

7

9

(31)

31

8

14

9

28

 

170.00

139.00

19

SUI

SUI16

Yannick Brauchli

Romuald Hausser

5

24

20

10

7

(30)

6

12

11

22

23

 

170.00

140.00

20

FRA

FRA76

Guillaume Pirouelle

Sipan Valentin

16

15

17

12

4

12

18

(29)

17

17

15