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New Zealand wins gold and bronze at Splash Worlds

by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World on 26 Jul 2008
Ben Lutze and George Lane 1st and second in races 10 and 11 in the 2008 Splash Worlds, Tavira, POR Event Media

New Zealand sailors have won the gold and bronze medals in the 2008 World Splash Championships being sailed in Tavira, Portugal.

Ben Lutze (NZL) is the 2008 World Champion, with George Lane (NZL) taking the Bronze medal. Gilles Cleeren (BEL was third.

100 sailors from seven countries competed in the event, including a 13 strong NZ team, six New Zealanders finished in the top ten overall.



Results Splash - Gold

 
Scores take into account 2  discards
 

No Sailno Name Scores 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 NZL 2488 Ben Lutze, Male 54,0 12 5 1 2 (16) (13) 4 11 13 1 1 2 2
2 BEL 2221 Gilles Cleeren, Male 63,0 3 3 1 2 3 3 2 (12) 9 5 15 17 (ocs)
3 NZL 2497 George lane, Male 64,0 13 2 2 10 12 15 (31) 4 (18) 2 2 1 1
4 BEL 2341 Anthony Pieters, Male 74,0 8 2 2 (16) 8 9 9 14 6 (dsq) 5 4 7
5 NZL 2491 Scott Fyfe, Male 77,0 1 1 (9) 8 5 3 2 2 2 21 16 16 (26)
6 NED 2237 Karsten Pierik, Male 99,0 11 3 6 9 8 21 (26) 11 14 4 4 (ocs) 8
7 NZL 2485 Michael Cate, Male 107,0 7 1 9 8 2 4 16 16 (17) 10 (28) 23 11
8 BEL 2372 Gil Cosyns, Male 112,0 2 6 13 5 3 4 3 (19) 9 (32) 31 11 25
9 NZL 2493 Joshua Edmonds, Male 119,0 (27) 17 5 17 11 19 5 13 2 (26) 10 15 5
10 NZL 2490 Jordan Coles, Male 124,0 4 4 10 13 14 6 (33) 5 8 18 34 8 (ocs)
11 AHO 2502 Philipine Van Aanholt, Female 133,0 6 (32) 16 4 10 1 8 3 3 34 27 (ocs) 21
12 NED 2454 Hansebas Meijer, Male 134,0 21 5 8 (33) (dsq) 6 10 6 7 22 9 22 18
13 NED 2449 Stan Hart, Male 134,0 1 20 (24) 1 1 1 1 1 1 42 (43) 35 30
14 NED 2367 Ruud Westerbeek, Male 137,0 10 14 7 24 17 (37) 30 23 (31) 3 3 3 3
15 BEL 2442 Thomas Deckers, Male 137,0 7 17 3 15 7 10 20 21 (ocs) 15 (25) 6 16
16 NZL 2487 Declan Burn, Male 151,0 2 19 (32) 1 1 2 1 1 1 36 36 (ocs) ocs
17 NZL 2492 Keziah Deverell, Female 153,0 5 9 (23) 10 9 7 4 5 10 33 (41) 34 27
18 NED 2466 Cinco Adema, Male 155,0 3 8 17 (25) 2 5 13 2 3 37 37 28 (ocs)
19 NED 2327 Frank Woltman, Male 156,0 (dnf) 23 14 31 20 26 3 (33) 6 6 8 13 6
20 NED 2383 Wietse Pijlman, Male 159,0 20 (28) 19 18 5 16 6 7 11 16 21 20 (23)
21 BEL 2253 Matthias Van de Loock, Male 160,0 15 15 12 14 9 7 19 27 (dsq) 23 (32) 9 10
22 NZL 2489 Joseph Wright, Male 168,0 5 12 3 11 14 (ocs) 20 27 5 27 11 33 (ocs)
23 BEL 2145 Maxim Bocklandt, Male 171,0 10 6 10 20 (28) (ocs) 10 26 26 20 18 10 15
24 BEL 2364 Maité Demeester, Female 174,0 16 4 4 20 7 12 19 (22) 14 7 20 (ocs) ocs
25 NZL 2494 Laura Anne Hemingway, Female 174,0 11 (21) 18 6 4 8 17 7 4 39 (40) 29 31
26 NED 2266 Jorick Weijers, Male 177,0 18 10 15 12 (25) 21 11 6 12 14 39 (dnc) 19
27 NED 2385 Hidde van der Molen, Male 179,0 4 11 28 4 11 (ocs) 8 14 7 (38) 38 26 28
28 NED 2187 Mark de Schiffart, Male 180,0 (30) 13 16 22 23 27 (34) 28 22 8 12 5 4
29 AHO 2168 Dennis van den Berg, Male 180,0 25 22 4 5 (ocs) (ocs) 11 4 ocs 19 7 19 13
30 NED 2407 Emma Knegt, Female 183,0 22 7 17 23 17 11 (29) 18 16 (31) 23 12 17
31 NED 2426 Jeroen Hameter, Male 184,0 13 16 7 19 21 20 18 (raf) 18 24 (30) 14 14
32 NED 2357 Mathieu de BY, Male 188,0 9 9 26 (39) 19 15 16 29 8 (30) 24 21 12
33 NED 2361 Celine Heukensfeldt Jansen, Female 193,0 (32) 13 13 3 29 8 (36) 32 19 11 13 30 22
34 NED 2268 Rogier Weijers, Male 193,0 24 18 6 12 19 (30) 21 (25) 23 12 14 24 20
35 NED 2325 Tom Westerbeek, Male 201,0 18 7 8 28 (ocs) 14 27 26 (ocs) 9 6 7 ocs
36 BEL 2342 Julie Van Schoote, Female 214,0 14 16 (30) 9 12 11 9 20 10 (45) 44 37 32
37 NED 2475 Lennard Pigeaud, Male 220,0 (31) 19 11 16 18 17 12 22 15 17 22 (ocs) ocs
38 NED 2347 Daan Jalving, Male 224,0 25 18 5 19 24 24 32 (35) 27 13 19 18 (ocs)
39 NED 2177 Charlotte Tanis, Female 229,0 (ocs) 10 19 11 27 (32) 18 30 32 25 17 31 9
40 NZL 2495 Michael Turney, Male 230,0 21 24 (36) 6 10 19 25 10 4 44 (45) 38 29
41 BEL 2348 Bricoult Benjamin, Male 230,0 17 31 (41) 7 4 5 13 8 5 49 49 42 (ocs)
42 NED 2200 Irena Doets, Female 232,0 14 14 18 (30) 22 16 12 24 27 28 33 (36) 24
43 POR 2180 Inês Sobral, Female 247,0 19 11 20 (29) 15 2 23 17 19 35 35 (ocs) dnf
44 BEL 2395 Maurits Hooft, Male 250,0 16 (35) 21 14 29 23 15 28 21 29 29 25 (ocs)
45 BEL 2017 Bram Van Hecke, Male 261,0 12 26 40 22 6 12 7 (dsq) 13 48 (dnf) 40 35
46 NED 2505 Tobias Tanis, Male 267,0 9 25 (48) 3 6 40 6 12 (ocs) 46 48 39 33
47 NED 2350 Lisanne Parre, Female 270,0 29 8 27 27 13 10 (41) 23 37 43 26 27 (ocs)
48 NZL 2486 Melissa Gibbs, Female 273,0 8 27 29 (33) 15 24 23 17 11 41 46 32 (ocs)
49 BEL 2137 Margot Audenaerdt, Female 300,0 19 (39) 35 15 28 17 24 15 25 (47) 47 41 34
50 NED 2257 Amerenske Jorna, Female 316,0 35 (41) 33 7 36 35 5 16 16 40 42 (ocs) ocs
  Results Splash - Gold

 
 

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