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Moth World Championship: Day 2 - It's different sailing day + Video


'Teams in action.'    Thierry Martinez/International Moth Class

For the 2013 McConaghy + McDougall International Moth World Championship, light to non-existent breeze skunked the opening day, but Tuesday was a different story.

After several general recalls and abandonments, the breeze filled in at a light-but-sailable six to nine knots of breeze from the East-Northeast, allowing for three races to open the event for the 80-boat fleet.

As Artemis Racing’s helmsman during this summer’s America’s Cup regatta in San Francisco, Australia’s Nathan Outteridge found little time to practice on his beloved Moth compared to many of the racers here at the Hawaii Worlds, but it doesn’t seem to have hurt him in the least; Outteridge won two of three races today, scoring a second place in the other, and leads the fleet by an incredible 12 points after just three races. Southampton, England’s Rob Greenhalgh holds a slim second, just ahead of three US entrants; Brad Funk, George Peet, and Bora Gulari.



2013 Moth World Championship day 2 -  © Th.Martinez/Sea&Co  

2013 Moth World Championship day 2 -  © Th.Martinez/Sea&Co  

2013 Moth World Championship day 2 -  © Th.Martinez/Sea&Co  

2013 Moth World Championship day 2 -  © Th.Martinez/Sea&Co  

2013 Moth World Championship day 2 -  © Th.Martinez/Sea&Co  

2013 Moth World Championship day 2 -  © Th.Martinez/Sea&Co  


AUS

9

AUS 3997

Nathan Outteridge

G

1

 

2

 

1

 

4

1

GBR

40

GBR 4047

Robert Greenhalgh

G

2

 

7

 

7

 

16

2

USA

10

USA 1111

Brad Funk

G

8

 

5

 

4

 

17

3

USA

6

USA 7

Bora Gulari

G

17

 

1

 

2

 

20

4

USA

54

USA 4054

George Peet

G

5

 

6

 

9

 

20

4

GBR

71

GBR 3982

BEN PATON

G

15

 

3

 

3

 

21

6

AUS

8

AUS 8

Julian Salter

G

12

 

9

 

8

 

29

7

GBR

76

GBR 4038

Tom Special Offer

G

11

 

13

 

5

 

29

7

AUS

1

AUS 1

Josh McKnight

G

7

 

10

 

16

 

33

9

AUS

2

AUS 2

Scott Babbage

G

4

 

4

 

27

 

35

10

AUS

3

AUS 3

Rob Gough

G

16

 

8

 

13

 

37

11

AUS

28

AUS 3958

Steven Thomas

G

13

 

16

 

12

 

41

12

GBR

7

GBR 7

Chris Rashley

G

3

 

35

 

6

 

44

13

AUS

5

AUS 5

Andrew McDougall

G

19

 

11

 

22

 

52

14

AUT

49

AUT 4029

Nico Luca Marc Delle Karth

G

6

 

32

 

14

 

52

14

JPN

22

JPN 3989

Hiroki Goto

G

23

 

14

 

17

 

54

16

AUS

32

AUS 3832

Les Thorpe

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24

 

20

 

15

 

59

17

AUS

14

AUS 3920

Ben Newling

G

22

 

23

 

19

 

64

18

USA

29

USA 3896

John Harris

G

30

 

26

 

10

 

66

19

SUI

27

SUI 3786

Psarofaghis Arnaud

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32

 

21

 

18

 

71

20

AUS

77

USA 4056

Tom Johnson

G

25

 

21

ZFP

28

 

74

21

ITA

47

ITA 3912

Rizzi Stefano

G

20

 

12

 

43

 

75

22

USA

24

USA 3911

Eric Aakhus

G

10

 

37

 

32

 

79

23

ESP

56

ESP 3975

Pablo Arandia

G

14

 

30

 

35

 

79

23

USA

78

USA 3799

Jonathan Goldsberry

G

35

 

15

 

29

 

79

23

AUS

17

AUS 3951

Iain Jensen

G

33

 

27

 

21

 

81

26

GBR

51

GBR 3985

Simon Hiscocks

G

18

 

43

 

24

 

85

27

AUS

50

AUS 3750

Andrew Chapman

G

27

 

36

 

25

 

88

28

SUI

64

SUI 3752

David Holenweg

G

31

 

29

 

30

 

90

29

GER

23

GER 3954

Leopold Fricke

G

21

 

50

 

20

 

91

30

USA

31

USA 4007

Dalton Bergan

G

34

 

22

 

36

 

92

31

GBR

42

GBR 4025

Adam May

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26

 

31

 

41

 

98

32

USA

70

USA 4017

Matt Knowles

G

29

 

24

 

48

 

101

33

AUS

46

AUS 3803

Kohei Kajimoto

G

9

 

34

 

61

TLC

104

34

SWE

43

SWE 3786

Nils A~…kervall

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59

TLC

18

 

31

 

108

35

AUS

18

AUS 4003

Reece Tailby

G

36

 

40

 

34

 

110

36

USA

4

ISV 4

Anthony Kotoun

G

57

 

45

 

11

 

113

37

AUS

68

AUS 4000

Mark Robinson

G

37

 

19

 

61

TLC

117

38

SWE

34

SWE 3794

Emma Aspington

G

42

 

39

 

38

 

119

39

NZL

39

NZL 3991

Peter Burling

G

39

 

28

 

52

 

119

39

USA

53

USA TBD

Dylan DiMarchi

G

40

 

44

 

46

 

130

41

SUI

60

SUI 3729

Philip KA~¤sermann

G

44

 

33

 

54

 

131

42

AUS

11

AUS 3785

Rayshele Martin

G

49

 

58

 

33

 

140

43

USA

45

USA 3683

Zack Maxam

G

53

 

48

 

39

 

140

43

SUI

62

SUI 0000

Christopher Rast

G

38

 

25

 

81

DNS

144

45

JPN

74

JPN 3899

Masatomo Suzuki

G

56

 

41

 

47

 

144

45

USA

55

FRA 3596

Nicolas Rousselon

G

54

 

65

 

26

 

145

47

SUI

59

SUI 3622

Fabien Froesch

G

50

 

46

 

50

 

146

48

AUS

15

AUS 3847

Charlie Connor

G

48

 

38

 

61

TLC

147

49

JPN

19

JPN 3886

Takashi Nakagawa

G

59

TLC

49

 

40

 

148

50

AUS

20

AUS 3878

Andrew Cuddihy

G

43

 

54

 

51

 

148

50

GBR

13

GBR 3604

Katherine Knight

G

59

TLC

51

 

42

 

152

52

AUS

21

AUS 3771

Michael O’Shea

G

41

 

68

 

44

 

153

53

USA

65

USA 3984

John Bartlett

G

52

 

65

ZFP

37

 

154

54

AUS

26

AUS 3824

Fang Warren

G

59

TLC

55

 

45

 

159

55

NZL

33

NZL TBC

Mike Bullot

G

81

DNF

57

 

23

 

161

56

AUS

57

AUS 3657

David Lister

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28

 

52

ZFP

81

DNS

161

56

USA

38

USA 3801

Ian Andrewes

G

58

 

56

 

49

 

163

58

SWE

36

SWE 3793

Magnus Gravare

G

47

 

39

 

81

DNS

167

59

AUS

44

AUS 4004

Will Logan

G

59

TLC

47

 

61

TLC

167

59

NED

41

NED 4023

Kalle Coster

G

46

 

53

 

74

ZFP

173

61

AUS

16

AUS 4020

Warren Sare

G

45

 

81

DNS

53

 

179

62

AUS

25

AUS 3770

Emma Spiers

G

59

TLC

59

 

61

TLC

179

62

USA

67

USA 4018

Thomas Loughborough

G

59

TLC

60

 

61

TLC

180

64

SUI

66

SUI 3798

Philippe Schiller

G

59

TLC

62

 

61

TLC

182

65

SWE

37

SWE 3792

Casper Arvefors

G

55

 

67

 

61

TLC

183

66

FRA

75

FRA 3964

Loick Peyron

G

59

TLC

66

 

61

TLC

186

67

AUS

61

AUS 4021

David Robinson

G

59

TLC

72

 

61

TLC

192

68

ITA

12

ITA 4030

Marco Lanulfi

G

51

 

61

 

81

DNS

193

69

USA

30

USA 4001

Chris Maas

G

59

TLC

73

TLC

61

TLC

193

69

AUS

63

AUS 3905

Phil Stevenson

G

59

TLC

73

TLC

61

TLC

193

69

USA

79

USA 3479

Jimmer Montgomery

G

59

TLC

73

TLC

61

TLC

193

69

USA

80

USA 3510

Ryan Lorence

G

59

TLC

80

ZFP

61

TLC

200

73

ITA

69

ITA 3855

Fabio Mazzetti

G

59

TLC

64

 

81

DNS

204

74

IRL

73

IRE 3861

Annalise Murphy

G

59

TLC

69

 

81

DNS

209

75

ITA

58

ITA 3950

Tommaso (Thomas) Freddi

G

59

TLC

70

 

81

DNS

210

76

IRL

72

IRE 3805

Ryan Seaton

G

59

TLC

71

 

81

DNS

211

77

AUT

48

AUT 4028

Nikolaus Leopold RESCH

G

59

TLC

81

DNF

81

DNS

221

78

USA

52

USA 3678

Guy Fleming

G

59

TLC

81

DNS

81

DNF

221

78

AUS

35

AUS 3934

Jamie Woods

G

81

DNC

81

DNC

81

DNC

243

80


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