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Moth World Championship- Light to moderate winds on Day 3

by Alan Block on 17 Oct 2013
2013 World Fleet on the start line in Hawaii Thierry Martinez/International Moth Class http://www.moth-sailing.org
Light to moderate trade winds prevailed on Kaneohe Bay Hawaii today, allowing four spectacular races in the postcard-perfect conditions Hawaii is known for for the third day of the 2013 McConaghy + McDougall International Moth World Championship.

2009 Moth World Champion Bora Gulari took advantage of a weaker performance from Nathan Outteridge today, blasting ahead of the 2011 World Champ by a five point margin. Florida’s Brad Funk closed to within eight points of Outteridge to round out the top three.

Today’s high-speed action meant plenty of breakages, collisions, and general carnage on the course; the Moth Worlds media team will send a more detailed news release, along with today’s HD highlight reel, and the winner of the $1000 Velocitek 'Dash For Cash', in the early hours of the morning.

Overall Results After seven Races (Top five Only):
1. USA 7: Bora Gulari, Detroit, MI, [16]-1-2-1-3-3-7- ; 17
2. AUS 3997: Nathan Outteridge, Wangi Wangi, Australia, 1-2-1-[11]-9-1-8- ; 22
3. USA 1111: Crad Funk, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 8-5-4-3-5-5-[18]- ; 30
4. AUS 8, Julian Salter, Tasmania, 11-9-8-5-2-[29]-5- ; 40
5. AUS 3, Rob Gough, Tasmania, [15]-8-13-9-8-2-4- ; Moth Worlds Facebook Page.



















  Skipper Yacht Club    1   2   3   4   5   6   7    Total Pos
USA 7      Bora Gulari   Bayview Yacht Club     [16]   1   2   1   3   3   7     17  
1  
AUS 3997      Nathan Outteridge   Wangi Sailing Club     1   2   1   [11]   9   1   8     22  
2  
AUS 8   Salter marine @ gmail   Julian Salter   Royal yacht club of Tasmania     11   9   8   5   2   [29]   5     40T  
3  
USA 1111   UFO   Brad Funk   Lauderdale yacht club     [24/ZFP]   5   4   3   5   5   18     40T  
4  
AUS 3   The Belafonte   Rob Gough   royal yacht club of tasmania     [15]   8   13   9   8   2   4     44  
5  
GBR 7   Royal London Yacht Club   Chris Rashley   Royal London Yacht Club     3   [35]   6   12   7   4   13     45  
6  
AUS 2   7   Scott Babbage   WSC     4   4   [27]   25   1   12   1     47T  
7  
USA 4054      George Peet   BYC/LTYC     5   6   9   4   [22]   9   14     47T  
8  
GBR 3982   PATONATOR   BEN PATON   LYMINGTON TOWN SC     [30/ZFP]   3   3   16   23   6   3     54  
9  
AUS 1   Equinox Racing   Josh Mcknight   RPAYC     7   10   [16]   8   14   10   9     58  
10  
GBR 4047   50 Shades   Robert Greenhalgh   Royal Southern YC/HRSC/SBSC     18/ZFP   7   7   10   [19]   13   11     66  
11  
AUS 3951   Puddles   Iain Jensen   wangi amateur sailing club     [32]   27   21   6   6   14   15     89  
12  
NZL 3991   Be rude not to   Peter Burling   Tauranga Yacht Club     38   28   [52]   2   26/ZFP   7   6     107  
13  
USA 3911   General Disarray   Eric Aakhus   Kaneohe YC     10   [37]   32   20   4   16   26     108T  
14  
SUI 3796      Psarofaghis Arnaud   SNG     [31]   21   18   24   15   20   10     108T  
15  
AUT 4029      Nico Luca Marc Delle Karth   KYC     6   [32]   14   31   17   17   28     113T  
16  
AUS 5   KA Sail   Andrew McDougall   Black Rock YC     [34/ZFP]   11   22   15   20   15   30     113T  
17  
USA 4056   the spruce goose   Tom Johnson   Tom Johnson     24   [33/ZFP]   28   19   12   11   21     115  
18  
GBR 3985   Shocksailing.com   Simon Hiscocks   Wpnsa     17   [43]   24   14   13   22   27     117  
19  
AUS 3958      Steven Thomas   Royal Perth Yacht Club     12   16   12   33/ZFP   [34]   30   16     119  
20  
ITA 3912   Owner drive   Rizzi Stefano   Svoc     19   12   [43]   18   27   24   20     120  
21  
JPN 3989   Kurenai   Hiroki Goto   JMCA     22   14   17   22   30   25   [35]     130  
22  
AUS 3832   Stonecutter   Les Thorpe   BYRA     23   20   15   21   [41]   19   33     131  
23  
USA 3896   sailingbits   John Harris   A18FL     29   26   10   [39]   16   21   31     133  
24  
USA 4007      Dalton Bergan   Seattle YC     33   22   36   23   11   [39]   19     144  
25  
SUI 0000   EFG Bank   Christopher Rast   SWYC/MBYC/TYC/RCO     37   25   [81/DNS]   7   21   32   25     147  
26  
ESP 3975   Troncho Bueno   Pablo Arandia   RCNValencia     13   30   35   27   [37]   33   12     150  
27  
USA 3799   Brohemoth   Jonathan Goldsberry   SFYC     [34]   15   29   28   31   27   32     162  
28  
AUS 3920      Ben Newling   WSC     21   23   19   [49]   36   34   42     175  
29  
AUS 3803   Onsoku2   Kohei Kajimoto   Black Rock Yacht Club     9   34   [55/TLE]   13   40   36   46     178  
30  
AUS 3657   Manic   David Lister   St George Sailing Club     27   58/ZFP   [81/DNS]   40   25   8   24     182  
31  
AUS 4000   Viva La Vida   Mark Robinson   WSC     36   19   [55/TLE]   50   26   41   17     189T  
32  
GBR 4025      Adam May   WPNSA     25   31   41   36   33   23   [45]     189T  
33  
USA 4017   Time Bandit   Matt Knowles   Sail Newport     28   24   [48]   42   18   40   41     193  
34  
SUI 3752   Patch   David Holenweg   CVE     30   29   30   33   38   [60]   39     199  
35  
SWE 3786   Drofn   Nils Akervall   royal swedish yacht club     [59/TLE]   18   31   32   45   43   43     212  
36  
NZL 4024      Mike Bullot   MBSC     [81/DNF]   57   23   35   42   18   38     213  
37  
AUS 3750   Chapman High Performance Saili   Andrew Chapman   WSC/LC12'SSC     42/ZFP   36   25   48   28   [50]   36     215  
38  
AUS 4003      Reece Tailby   RPAYC     35   40   34   [65]   47   37   23     216  
39  
AUS 4020   Moosters Trampoline   Warren Sare   Woollahra Sailing Club     44   [81/DNS]   53   29   32   26   34     218  
40  
GER 3954   Lotte   Leopold Fricke   Chiemsee Yacht Club     20   50   20   43   [52]   45   44     222  
41  
ISV 4   Swinging Engine   Anthony Kotoun   Sail Newport     56   45   11   30   [81/DNF]   81/DNS   2     225  
42  
AUS 3847   Altitude   Charlie Connor   Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania     47   38   [55/TLE]   46   24   46   40     241T  
43  
JPN 3899   SAMEZIMA   Masatomo Suzuki   JMCA     [55]   41   47   38   48   38   29     241T  
44  
SUI 3622   Gonet Conseils   Fabien Froesch   SNG     49   46   50   34   [53]   48   22     249  
45  
AUS 3878   Stray   Andrew Cuddihy   WSC     [74/ZFP]   54   51   62   35   35   37     274  
46  
FRA 3596      Nicolas Rousselon   CNN     53   [65]   26   45   57   53   47     281  
47  
USA 4066      Dylan DiMarchi   Waikiki Yacht Club     39   44   46   53   54   [81/DNF]   49     285  
48  
USA 3801   Dangus Junior   Ian Andrewes   Kaneohe Yacht Club/RNZYS     57   56   49   [63]   43   28   54     287T  
49  
USA 3683   99 Problems...   Zack Maxam   SDYC     52   48   39   47   46   55   [59]     287T  
50  
AUS 4004   Impact   Will Logan   RYCT     [59/TLE]   47   55/TLE   41   44   52   57     296  
51  
AUS 3771   Badin Dubh   Michael O'Shea   WSC     40   68   44   37   [73/TLE]   57   51     297  
52  
NED 4023   Amsterdamned   Kalle Coster   Yab Yum's King Club     45   53   [71/ZPT*]   51   49   51   53     302  
53  
AUS 3785   Let Them Eat Cake   Rayshele Martin   WSC     48   58   33   60   56   58   [68]     313  
54  
AUT 4028   Frida   Nikolaus Leopold RESCH   Yacht Club Velden     59/TLE   [81/DNF]   81/DNS   26   39   44   67     316T  
55  
USA 3984   tex   John Bartlett   Austin Yacht Club     51   [68/ZFP]   37   56   64   47   61     316T  
56  
SWE 3794      Emma Aspington   KSSS     41   39   38   68   [70]   69   62     317  
57  
GBR 4038   Windy Wendy   Tom Special Offer   Rock Sailing Club     59/TLE   13   5   [81/DNF]   81/DNF   81/DNF   81/DNS     320  
58  
JPN 3886      Takashi Nakagawa   JMCA     59/TLE   49   40   69   51   62   [81/DNS]     330  
59  
SWE 3793      Magnus Gravare   GKSS     46   63   [81/DNS]   52   60   64   50     335  
60  
ITA 3855      Fabio Mazzetti   circolo vela arco     59/TLE   64   [81/DNS]   57   58   42   58     338  
61  
AUS 3905   Rhapsody   Phil Stevenson   StGeorge SC     59/TLE   [73/TLE]   55/TLE   58   50   56   64     342  
62  
SWE 3792   ForumILS   Casper Arvefors   BrSS     54   [67]   55/TLE   64   59   59   52     343  
63  
AUS 3824   Yoshi   Fang Warren   Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht Club     59/TLE   55   45   44   63   [81/DNF]   81/DNS     347  
64  
AUS 3934   TWW   Jamie Woods   LMYC     [81/DNC]   81/DNC   81/DNC   81/DNS   29   31   48     351T  
65  
GBR 3604      Katherine Knight   SLYC     59/TLE   51   42   66   67   66   [70]     351T  
66  
SUI 3798   Hula   Philippe Schiller   sng     59/TLE   62   55/TLE   55   62   65   [69]     358T  
67  
AUS 3770   Ladybird   Emma Spiers   WSC     59/TLE   59   55/TLE   61   68   [81/DNF]   56     358T  
68  
SUI 3729   SYZ&CO   Philip Käsermann   SNG     43   33   54   [81/DNF]   81/DNF   81/DNS   81/DNS     373  
69  
FRA 3964   CORUM   Loick Peyron   YCLB     74/ZFP   66   55/TLE   [81/DNS]   66   54   60     375  
70  
ITA 3950   no name   Tommaso (Thomas) Freddi   xkite a.s.d.     59/TLE   70   [81/DNS]   59   61   67   65     381  
71  
AUS 4021   CAMARGUE   David Robinson   WSC     59/TLE   [72]   55/TLE   67   71   70   63     385  
72  
USA 4018   Bronco   Thomas Loughborough   IYAC     59/TLE   60   55/TLE   54   [81/DNF]   81/DNF   81/DNS     390  
73  
IRE 3861      Annalise Murphy   National Yacht Club     59/TLE   69   [81/DNS]   73   69   49   81/DNS     400T  
74  
USA 3479      Jimmer Montgomery   Coronado Yacht Club     59/TLE   [73/TLE]   55/TLE   72   72   71   71     400T  
75  
IRE 3805   Lethal weapon   Ryan Seaton   BYC/CSC     79/ZFP   71   [81/DNS]   74   55   63   66     408  
76  
ITA 4030   LANULFI   Marco Lanulfi   yacht club acquafresca     50   61   [81/DNS]   81/DNS   81/DNF   81/DNS   55     409T  
77  
USA 3510   Doppelgänger   Ryan Lorence   Mission Bay Yacht Club     59/TLE   [81/ZFP]   55/TLE   81/ZFP   65   68   81/RET     409T  
78  
USA 4001   Norwegian Blue   Chris Maas   CIYC     59/TLE   73/TLE   55/TLE   71   [81/DNF]   81/RET   81/DNS     420  
79  
USA 3678   High Speed Meditation Chamber   Guy Fleming   Waikiki     59/TLE   73/TLE   [81/DNF]   75/TLE   73/TLE   61   81/DNS     422  
80  
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