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ISAF World Sailing Rankings for 27 June 2012

by ISAF on 28 Jun 2012
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The ISAF World Sailing Rankings for 27 June 2012 have been released.

The full ISAF World Sailing Ranking lists, results from all ISAF Graded events, lists of Graded events throughout the year, Ranking release dates and the method of calculation for the Rankings can be found on the ISAF website.

World Ranking Leaders - 27 June 2012

Men's One Person Dinghy (Heavyweight) - Finn
Rafa Trujillo (ESP)

Women's One Person Dinghy - Laser Radial
Marit Bouwmeester (NED)

Men's One Person Dinghy - Laser
Tom Slingsby (AUS)

Men's Two Person Dinghy - 470
Mathew Belcher and Malcolm Page (AUS)

Women's Two Person Dinghy - 470
Ai Kondo and Wakako Tabata (JPN)

Men's Skiff - 49er
Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen (AUS)

Men's Keelboat - Star
Fredrik Loof and Max Salminen (SWE)

Men's Windsurfer - RS:X
Piotr Myszka (POL)

Women's Windsurfer - RS:X
Maja Dziarnowska (POL)

Fleet racing - Open - Finn - Wednesday 27 June 2012

Pos

Name

Country

Crew

Events

Previous

Best

Points

1

Rafa Trujillo Villar

ESP

 

7

2

1

5033

2

Deniss Karpak

EST

 

7

1

1

5007

3

Ivan Kljakovic Gaspic

CRO

 

7

4

1

4991

4

Pieter-jan Postma

NED

 

7

5

2

4976

5

Edward Wright

GBR

 

7

3

1

4827

6

Andrew Mills

GBR

 

7

8

6

4708

7

Brendan Casey

AUS

 

7

10

7

4693

8

Zach Railey

USA

 

7

6

1

4626

9

Daniel Birgmark

SWE

 

7

12

4

4567

10

Jonas Hoegh-christensen

DEN

 

7

9

1

4531

Fleet racing - Men - Laser - Wednesday 27 June 2012

Pos

Name

Country

Crew

Events

Previous

Best

Points

1

Tom Slingsby

AUS

 

7

1

1

5120

2

Julio Alsogaray

ARG

 

7

2

2

5014

3

Bruno Fontes

BRA

 

7

4

2

5001

4

Andy Maloney

NZL

 

7

5

4

4964

5

Tonci Stipanovic

CRO

 

7

3

3

4962

6

Andrew Murdoch

NZL

 

7

7

2

4747

7

Andreas Geritzer

AUT

 

7

6

3

4744

8

Tom Burton

AUS

 

7

8

8

4611

9

Rasmus Myrgren

SWE

 

7

12

4

4576

10

Paul Goodison

GBR

 

7

11

1

4539

Windsurfing - Men - RS:X - Wednesday 27 June 2012

Pos

Name

Country

Crew

Events

Previous

Best

Points

1

Piotr Myszka

POL

 

7

1

1

5323

2

Nimrod Mashich

ISR

 

7

3

1

5132

3

Julien Bontemps

FRA

 

7

4

1

5106

4

Przemyslaw Miarczynski

POL

 

7

2

1

5099

5

Byron Kokalanis

GRE

 

7

5

5

5025

6

Shahar Zubari

ISR

 

7

6

2

4955

7

Ivan Pastor Lafuente

ESP

 

7

8

1

4826

8

Toni Wilhelm

GER

 

7

7

6

4810

9

Maxim Oberemko

UKR

 

7

9

1

4726

10

Richard Stauffacher

SUI

 

7

10

6

4706

Fleet racing - Men - 470 - Wednesday 27 June 2012

Pos

Name

Country

Crew

Events

Previous

Best

Points

1

Mathew Belcher

AUS

Malcolm Page

7

1

1

5445

2

Gideon Kliger

ISR

Eran Sela

7

4

1

5162

3

Sime Fantela

CRO

Igor Marenic

7

2

2

5151

4

Panagiotis Mantis

GRE

Pavlos Kagialis
Panagiotis Markantonatos

7

3

2

5128

5

Stuart Mcnay

USA

Graham Biehl

7

5

4

5034

6

Joonas Lindgren

FIN

Niklas Lindgren

7

6

6

4986

7

Sven Coster

NED

Kalle Coster

7

7

1

4958

8

Nicolas Charbonnier

FRA

Jeremie Mion
Baptiste Meyer

7

9

1

4907

9

Onan Barreiros

ESP

Aaron Sarmiento

7

10

3

4848

10

Panagiotis Kambouridis

GRE

Gerasimos Orologas
Efstathios Papadopoulos
Theodoros Polychronidis

7

8

4

4785

Fleet racing - Men - Star - Wednesday 27 June 2012

Pos

Name

Country

Crew

Events

Previous

Best

Points

1

Fredrik Loof

SWE

Max Salminen

7

2

1

4968

2

Eivind Melleby

NOR

Petter Morland Pedersen

7

1

1

4965

3

Xavier Rohart

FRA

Pierre-alexis Ponsot
Pignot Arthur

7

4

1

4829

4

Peter O'leary

IRL

David Burrows

7

6

4

4785

5

Robert Scheidt

BRA

Bruno Prada

7

5

1

4763

6

Johannes Polgar

GER

Martin Krause
Markus Koy

7

3

2

4746

7

Richard Clarke

CAN

Tyler Bjorn

7

8

4

4666

8

Fernando EchÁvarri

ESP

Fernando Ridriguez Rivero
Fernando Rodriguez Rivero

7

9

8

4622

9

Mateusz Kusznierewicz

POL

Dominik Zycki

7

7

1

4528

10

George Szabo

USA

Mark Strube
Frithjof Kleen
Vincent Hagin

7

13

1

4417

Fleet racing - Women - Laser Radial - Wednesday 27 June 2012

Pos

Name

Country

Crew

Events

Previous

Best

Points

1

Marit Bouwmeester

NED

 

7

1

1

5248

2

Alison Young

GBR

 

7

2

2

5153

3

Tuula Tenkanen

FIN

 

7

4

3

5002

4

Gintare Volungeviciute Scheidt

LTU

 

7

5

2

4989

5

Lijia Xu

CHN

 

7

6

2

4971

6

Paige Railey

USA

 

7

3

1

4921

7

Tatiana Drozdovskaya

BLR

 

7

7

3

4782

8

Sarah Steyaert

FRA

 

7

8

4

4715

9

Evi Van Acker

BEL

 

7

10

1

4697

10

Tina Mihelic

CRO

 

7

9

4

4617

Windsurfing - Women - RS:X - Wednesday 27 June 2012

Pos

Name

Country

Crew

Events

Previous

Best

Points

1

Maja Dziarnowska

POL

 

7

1

1

5168

2

Zofia Noceti-klepacka

POL

 

7

2

1

5162

3

Marina Alabau

ESP

 

7

3

1

5111

4

Bryony Shaw

GBR

 

7

6

1

4892

5

Moana Delle

GER

 

7

4

4

4854

6

Blanca Manchon

ESP

 

7

5

1

4827

7

Charline Picon

FRA

 

7

8

2

4818

8

Lee Korzits

ISR

 

7

9

4

4815

9

Olga Maslivets

UKR

 

7

10

1

4806

10

Flavia Tartaglini

ITA

 

7

11

4

4751

Fleet racing - Open - 49er - Wednesday 27 June 2012

Pos

Name

Country

Crew

Events

Previous

Best

Points

1

Nathan Outteridge

AUS

Iain Jensen

7

2

1

4974

2

Allan Norregaard

DEN

Peter Lang

7

1

1

4843

3

Tobias Schadewaldt

GER

Hans Burchard
Hendrik Brandis
Hannes Baumann

7

4

3

4586

4

Peter Burling

NZL

Blair Tuke

7

6

4

4558

5

Nico Delle - Karth

AUT

Nikolaus Resch

7

3

1

4481

6

Peter Kruger-andersen

DEN

Nicolai Thorsell

7

5

5

4419

7

Federico Alonso Tellechea

ESP

Arturo Alonso Tellechea

7

8

3

4391

8

Manu Dyen

FRA

Stéphane Christidis

7

10

1

4338

9

Erik Heil

GER

Thomas Plößel

7

9

9

4323

10

Julien D'ortoli

FRA

Noé (noe) Delpech

7

7

7

4287

Fleet racing - Women - 470 - Wednesday 27 June 2012

Pos

Name

Country

Crew

Events

Previous

Best

Points

1

Ai Kondo

JPN

Wakako Tabata

7

1

1

5073

2

Tara Pacheco

ESP

Berta Betanzos

7

2

1

4945

3

Amanda Clark

USA

Sarah Lihan
Sarah Chin

7

3

3

4943

4

Lisa Westerhof

NED

Lobke Berkhout

7

4

3

4941

5

Hannah Mills

GBR

Saskia Clark
Claire Cumming

7

5

2

4923

6

Camille Lecointre

FRA

Mathilde Geron

7

6

3

4887

7

Giulia Conti

ITA

Giorgio Martin
Giovanna Micol

7

7

1

4796

8

Ingrid Petitjean

FRA

Nadège Douroux

7

8

1

4766

9

Kathrin Kadelbach

GER

Friederike Belcher

7

9

8

4671

10

Gil Cohen

ISR

Vered Buskila
Dana Mamriev

7

10

6

4655

 


The next release of the ISAF World Sailing Rankings will be on 15 August 2012. Visit the ISAF World Sailing Rankings home page to view the full Ranking ISAF website
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