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Nacra Infusion Worlds Overall

by Marjolein Brandt - Amended on 11 Jun 2012
12 Nacra Infusion World Champions Larsen and Frank Bootinbeeld.nl
Nacra Infusion World Championships 2012 came to an early end on Friday because of strong southwesterly wind that meant no further racing was possible.

The results from the second day of both championships mean they were the overall final results.

Both championships are valid as seven races were completed. Gunnar Larsen and Sam Frank took the honours.

Day 1 leaders and defending Champions coming into the event Coen de Koning and Thijs Visser ended with the same score as the winners. But Larsen and Frank took four bullets on day two, enough to be crowned the new world champions.

Larsen said, 'Every day we fought to stay in the top three, the competition was strong. Finishing with equal points doesn't make us less happy.'

De Koning meanwhile was slightly disappointed. 'It would have been nice to have another few races, but the wind was increasing during the day, so it was probably the safest decision to cancel the races. Finishing second with equal points is a bit of a bummer, though. This is one of the regattas where you want to perform well, but if you don't get the chance, it's too bad.'

Nacra Infusion World Championship 2012 

Final results 

Rank Texel SailNo Helm Crew Nat R1
6-6-12
R2
6-6-12
R3
6-6-12
R4
7-6-12
R5
7-6-12
R6
7-6-12
R7
7-6-12
Nett
1st 005 Larsen, Gunnar Frank, Sam NL 2 (3) 3 1 1 1 1 9
2nd 003 Koning, Coen De Visser, Thijs NL 1 1 1 2 (4) 2 2 9
3rd 019 Veenman, Jorden Waard, Frank De NL 3 2 2 5 3 3 (8) 18
4th 301 Faustin, Juan Gonzalez Smith, Lucas AR 4 4 5 (12) 5 6 4 28
5th 292 Gonzalez Smith, Cruz Heuser, Mariano Martin AR 8 (DNC) 4 4 2 7 6 31
6th 010 Northrop, Simon Walker, Tom GB 5 (7) 6 6 6 5 3 31
7th 233 Larsen, Sascha Boschma, Claske NL 7 (17) 10 3 7 11 9 47
8th 053 Feenstra, Froukje Munck, Mischa De NL 6 5 8 (DNC) 15 8 7 49
9th 257 Al Hadi, Musab Al Balushi, Ahmed OM (12) 8 7 9 8 10 12 54
10th 008 Piggott, Grant Anthony Kay, Adam UK 11 10 12 8 (14) 13 5 59
11th 087 Deca, Wim Tas, Gilles BE (DNC) 9 9 7 13 14 10 62
12th 280 Breur, Hans Everaars, Roel NL 10 6 11 11 (18) 17 17 72
13th 273 Farren, Simon James Young, Matthew UK 14 12 14 (DNC) 11 16 16 83
14th 042 Kloppers, Peter Mels, Tony NL 15 11 16 17 (20) 15 11 85
15th 044 Bos, Cees Van Den Schrader, Erik NL 13 13 13 14 (23) 21 14 88
16th 094 Dijk, Jolbert Van Kleijweg, Niels NL 16 (DNC) DNC 10 9 4 13 89
17th 066 Heiden, Willie van der Moerman, Arthur NL 21 14 15 20 10 (28) 18 98
18th 103 Worthington, Jonathan Greber, Sebastien UK 9 (DNC) DNC 13 12 9 24 104
19th 048 Baas, Arjan Gort, Roderick NL 17 15 18 15 21 (23) 20 106
20th 089 Groen, Thomas Hek, Sanne Van NL (DNC) 18 17 19 22 19 15 110
21st 070 Minderman, Walter Minderman, Gardi NL (DNC) 21 20 23 19 12 19 114
22nd 271 Wright, Douglas Alan White, Freddie UK 18 20 19 18 (24) 18 22 115
23rd 045 Bruinessen, Ties Van Moolenaar, Ralph NL 19 16 21 22 (26) 24 21 123
24th 037 Jannink, Gijs Simons, Roel NL 25 19 23 24 (27) 20 25 136
25th 073 Bos, Wilbert Van Den Weerd, Jelmer De NL 24 22 22 27 (31) 29 27 151
26th 057 Jansz, Tjalko Pattje, Martijn NL 22 23 (DNC) DNC 28 26 23 159
27th 299 Rauwerdink, Anneloek Burg, Kevin Van Der NL (DNC) 24 DNC 26 30 22 28 167
28th 290 Deganutti, Franco Posocco, Roberto IT 26 (DNC) 24 DNC 29 27 26 169
29th 065 Tjiddo Veenstra Diana Bogaards NL (DNC) DNC DNC 16 17 DNC DNC 181
30th 215 Dijke, Piet Van Klijnsma, Renco NL 20 (DNC) DNC 21 32 DNC DNC 184
31st 258 Al Hasani, Ahmed Wakelin, Paul OM (DNF) DNC DNC 25 25 25 DNC 186
32nd 039 Vooys, Arjan Plas, Arie Van Der NL (DNC) DNC DNC DNC 16 DNC DNC 201
33rd 077 Nitsch, Alexandra Grebe, Christoph DE (DNC) DNC DNC 28 33 30 DNC 202
34th 046 Haitsma Mulier, Jan Willem Diest, Halver Van NL 23 (DNC) DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 208
35th 096 Beens, Paul Hoogvliet, Marga NL (DNC) DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 222
35th 279 Swolfs, Wouter Scheijde, Martijn NL (DNC) DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 222


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