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Kieler Woche - Glorious comeback for Robert Scheidt

by Hermann Hell on 24 Jun 2013
Robert Scheidt - 2013 Kieler Woche Kieler Woche www.KielerWoche.de
At Kieler Woche, sailors from six nations are leading the fleet in eight Olympic sailing disciplines and Paralympic boat classes 2.4mR. With Andrew's marks in the Finn and Sophie Weguelin/Eilidh McIntryre, the British are the first set for the Gold Fleet. In the 49er Delle Karth/Resch and 470 men Schmidt/Reichsstaedter.

Austrians take the lead after the second racing day in the 49er FX (Jurczok/Lorenz) and in the 2.4mR, (Kroeger) German sailors are at the top. The Australian crew Jason Waterhouse/Lisa Darmanin keeps on going in the new Olympic catamaran class Nacra 17, Finish sailor Tuula Tenkanen is in front in the Laser Radial.

In his first year being the single head of organisation for the triangle courses for Kiel Week, Peter Ramcke is happy to have a strong partner. The wind on the second day was great again and made it possible to continue with the successful start of the racing week with 48 race starts. The German athletes were well in front, being able to gain a major part of the first place spots, 20 in total.

Heiko Kroeger (Ammersbek) is the most confident among the German world-class sailors. The Paralympic winner from 2000 dominated the 2.4mR fleet as he liked and may well continue his successful races by coming in first in all three races.

In the 49er, the athletes from the host country were unable to beat the Austrian duo Delle Karth/Nikolaus Resch. The team from the Alps came in first four times in the eight races of the two days and is now the top team in the races of the best 25 crews that will be competing in the Gold Fleet the next two days to decide the six best teams for the final race on Wednesday.


With only 17 teams in the 49erFX, there is no cut for the skiff women. But the top German teams have easily made it, since they are at the top of the fleet. Tina Lutz/Susann Beucke (Bergen/Strande) won two of the four races on Sunday, the German sibling team Jule and Lotta Goerge (Kiel) were leading in the other two races. Now Jurczok/Lorenz are leading, followed by Lutz/Beucke. Goerge/Goerge are right behind the Australians Tessa Parkinson/Chelsea in fourth position.

The Finn is still dominated mainly by the Brits. Mark Andrew leads before Andrew Mills. This duo have won all races up to now with the Swedish Olympic Champion in the Star Max Salminen following them.

Tuula Tenkanen from Finland is sailing way up front in the Laser Radial. In second position is the first in the world ranking Tatiana Drozdovskaya from Belarus.

The two-time World Champion Robert Scheidt from Brasil celebrated a glorious comeback in the Laser. He left the whole fleet of 90 competitors behind him. Philipp Buhl from Kiel is in third position.

In the new Olympic catamaran Nacra 17, the German sailors have learned the hard way. Lisa Rattemeyer from Kiel with her German-Italian helmsman Pietro Sibello were pushed back to position 10. The Australians Jason Waterhouse/Lisa Darmanin are sailing in the front. 'We like these shifty and gusty conditions. It's is just like at home,' explains Waterhouse. 'The fleet here is very good, a good practice for the World Championship in Den Haag in July.'





Results:

2.4mr: (6) 1. Heiko Kröger (Ammersbek,1/(3)1/1/1/1) Punkte 8; 2. Barend Kol (Ned,2/1/5/2/3(6))19; 3. Per Ahrbom (Swe,4/6/3/4/2(7))26; 4. Kevin Cantin (Fra,3/2/6/5/4(9))29; 5. Lasse Klötzing (Berlin,5/(8)4/3/5/3)28; 6. Henrik Johnsson (Swe,(24)5/2/6/6/5)48;

49er: (8) 1. Nico Luca Marc Delle Karth / Nikolaus Leopold Resch (Aut,(9)3/1/1/3/6/1/1) Punkte 25; 2. Erik Heil / Thomas Plößel (Kiel,2/(11)2/5/1/3/4/1)29; 3. Pavle Kostov / Petar Cupac (Cro,1/2/(5)3/4/5/2/2)24; 4. Jan Hauke Erichsen / Max Lutz (Glücksburg,7/1/3/2/(15)6/5/11)50; 5. Lukasz Przybytek / Pawel Kolodzinski (Pol,3/7/7/4/(8)3/6/6)44; 6. Will Phillips / Rhys Mara (Aus,(26)1/1/5/16/7/1/6)63;

49er FX: (8) 1. Victoria Jurczok / Anika Lorenz (Kiel,2/1/4/1/(8)2/1/2) Punkte 21; 2. Tina Lutz / Susann Beucke (Bergen,3/2/2/(4)1/4/4/1)21; 3. Tessa Parkinson / Chelsea Hall (Aus,1/5/1/2/9/3/(10)3)34; 4. Jule Görge / Lotta Görge 4/(Kiel,(8)5/6/2/1/7/8)41; 5. Olivia Price / Caitlin Elks (Aus,(10)4/7/10/4/5/3/4)47; 6. Leonie Meyer / Hahlbrock Maren (Kiel,(16)3/3/7/12/6/2/5)54;

Nacra 17: (6) 1. Jason Waterhouse / Lisa Darmanin (Aus,1/3/2/1/(7)2) Punkte 16; 2. Thomas Zajac / Frank Tanja Chiara (Aut,4/1/3/(7)1/7)23; 3. Gemma Jones / Jason Saunders (Nzl,5/2/(28)3/2/8)48; 4. Iker Martinez / Tara Pacheco (Esp,3/(21)5/9/5/6)49; 5. Vittorio Bissaro / Silvia Sicouri (Ita,(11)5/7/8/6/3)40; 6. Pip Pietromonaco / James Wierzbowski (Aus,7/(10)8/2/3/10)40;

Finn: (6) 1. Andrews Mark (Gbr,1/1/1/1/(3)2) Punkte 9; 2. Andrew Mills (Gbr,3/2/3/(5)1/1)15; 3. Max Salminen (Swe,4/(10)2/3/7/9)35; 4. Greg Douglas (Can,2/13/(41)4/5/6)71; 5. Björn Allansson (Swe,5/(20)7/2/10/7)51; 6. Deniss Karpak (Est,8/5/5/(42)16/4)80;

470 M: (6) 1. Matthias Schmid / Florian Reichsstädten (Aut,6/3/(10)4/3/2) Punkte 28; 2. Anton Dahlberg / Fredrik Bergström (Swe,5/1/7/(9)6/1)29; 3. Autenrieth Julian / Autenrieth Philipp (Kiel,2/6/6/(19)1/8)42; 4. David Bergehr / Lukas Mähr (Aut,(9)4/1/7/8/6)35; 5. Jasper Wagner / Dustin Baldewein (Mannheim,4/2/(48)6/9/7)76; 6. Luke Patience / Joe Glanfield (Gbr,1/(47)23/1/4/4)80;

470 W: (6) 1. Sophie Weguelin / Eilidh Mcintyre (Gbr,2/(5)1/2/3/3) Punkte 16; 2. Afrodite Kyranakou / Anneloes Van Veen (Ned,4/1/(21)1/2/6)35; 3. Agnieszka Skrzypulec / Natalia Wojcik (Pol,1/3/(21)9/1/2)37; 4. Annina Wagner / Elisabeth Panuschka (Berlin,3/2/(21)4/12/8)50; 5. Lara Vadlau / Jolanta Ogar (Aut,(21)8/2/5/10/5)51; 6. Joanna Freeman / Katie Tomsett (Gbr,(21)9/3/7/8/7)55;

Laser Standard: (6) 1. Robert Scheidt (Bra,2/2/1/(8)3/1) Punkte 17; 2. Ashley James Brunning (Aus,3/1/2/1/(10)4)21; 3. Philipp Buhl (Sonthofen,1/4/(12)5/4/3)29; 4. Jesper Stålheim (Den,1/2/7/2/7(49))68; 5. Nicholas Heiner (Ned,7/(9)1/4/5/2)28; 6. Kacper Zieminski (Pol,3/7/4/2/(26)3)45;

Laser Rad.: (6) 1. Tuula Tenkanen (Fin,2/(12)3/5/7/1) Punkte 30; 2. Tatiana Drozdovskaya (Blr,(13)6/4/1/3/11)38; 3. Paige Railey (Usa,(23)1/7/8/2/9)50; 4. Sarah Gunni (Den,1/(17)5/4/14/3)44; 5. Josefin Olsson (Swe,(28)5/22/2/1/2)60; 6. Franziska Goltz (Kiel,3/7/6/7/(21)12)56;

Melges 24: (7) 1. Lucia Giorgetti / Lucia Giorgetti, Enrico Fonda, Federico Buscaglia, Vittorio Rosso (Ita,4/1/1/1/1/(6)1) Punkte 15; 2. John Den Engelsman / Rikst Dijkstra, Rob Van Burik, Rinse Ubbink, Willem Jan Van Dort (Ned,1/2/6/2/3/(9)2)25; 3. Markus Wieser / Vedder Basti, Braslavats Evgenij, Wieser Vanessa, Morino Victor (Berlin,(7)4/3/3/2/5/3)27; 4. Wietze Zetzema / Carrie Howe, Friso Van Vollenhoven, Mirthe Kramer, Rob Schutte (Ned,2/(7)7/4/7/1/7)35; 5. Marc Wain Pedersen / Brian Bøjland Habekost, Bohm Claes, Simon Østergaard (Den,11/3/2/(12)6/4/4)42; 6. Markus Scheel / Arne Horn, Robin Guenzel, Sönke Boy (Heiligenhafen,3/8/8/6/5/8(10))48;

Platu 25: (7) 1. Jens Ahlgrimm / Mathias Gedrange, Nils Theuerkauf, Stefan Theuerkauf, Stephan Mölle 1/2/(7)1/5/1/3) Punkte 20; 2. Gordon Nickel / Morten Nickel, Nils Mathes Fiege, Nils Merten Färber, Sebastian Röske (Stade,(4)3/2/2/2/3/2)18; 3. André Teutenberg / Jan Teutenberg, Jens Wehrenbrecht, Lars Teutenberg, Sven Wehrenbrecht (Dortmund,3/1/1/(6)4/2/5)22; 4. Mathias Bermejo / Erich Buholzer, Markus Rindlisbacher, Roland Kunz, Samuel Rigert (Sui,7/(8)5/3/1/4/4)32; 5. Ingo Lochmann / Christian Maedel, Jens Steinborn, Matthias Krüger, Timo Chorrosch (Berlin,6/7/8.7 4/3/(14)1)43.7 6. Nauck Daniel / Powilleit Erik, Hübner Reinhard, Santora Erik, Kurth Steffen (Ger,2/6/6/5/6/6(9))40;

J80: (6) 1. Martin Menzner / Carsten Hopp, Frank Lichte, Mika Rolfs (Stein,1/1/1/1/1/2) Punte 7; 2. Mattthias Herzberg / Paul Kohlhoff, Sven Johnson, Tilmann David -Walek (Strande,5/6/6/2/2/1)22; 3. Hauke Krüss / Ole Sartori, Susanne Sartori, Schytt-Nielsen Rune (Ger,4/5/7/3/5/4)28; 4. Karsten Thode / Micha Jüttner, Stefan Lukoschek, Tim Reimers (Ger,3/2/2/9/7/12)35; 5. Torsten Voss / Holger Elle, Martin Schaf, Rainer Stiemke (Flensburg,2/3/8/8/9/8)38; 6. Flemming Djernes / Jørn Andersen, Kim Løndal, Søren Bro Mikkelsen (Den,10/4/5/5/12/3)39;

SB20: (6) 1. Daniel Spänle / Herbold Ines, Krauß Konstantin, Tobias Spänle (Niestetal,1/1/(4)2/2/1) Punkte 11; 2. Nils Beltermann / Christian Zieger, Nico Gebhardt (Hamburg,2/2/2/1/1(4))12; 3. Syring Fabian / Christiansen Maike, Friedrich Maximilian, Gosda Roland (Hamburg,(3)3/3/3/3/3)18; 4. Glazunov Dmitri / Nouvakovskiy Andrey, Borodinov Sergey (Rus,5/5/(6)4/4/2)26; 5. Andreas Ernst / Matthias Brendel, Herbert Ernst (Niesky,4/4/1/(8)8/8)33; 6. Michael Kock / David Gallego, Sylvie Gallego (Lütjensee,6/6/5/(8)5/5)35;

Albin Express: (6) 1. Andreas Pinnow / Anna Ziebarth, Johann Tammen, Malte Näthke, Julian Heller (Kiel,1/1/(4)1/2/1) Punkte 10; 2. Morten Arndal / Anette B. Hansen, Dennis Petersen, Jacob Kræs, Martin Dyxenburg (Den,2/3/1/3/1(12))22; 3. Nils Krafft / Moritz Blume, Nele Schumacher, Niels Joseph (Ellerbek,4/(5)5/4/3/3)24; 4. Hans Christian Erbs / Bjarne Grønning Pedersen, Jeppe Bohn Djurtoft, Klaus Lauridsen (Den,3/2/2/2/(12)12)33; 5. Holger Rövensthal / Kerstin Gatzke, Rosenthal Martin, Stephan Schindel (Kiel,(8)4/6/5/4/4)31; 6. Jesper Nørbo Sørensen / Jesper Schøllhammer, Rasmus Christensen, Steen Rosenstand (Den,6/6/3/7/(12)2)36; Kieler Woche website

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