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New leader at Dragon Gold Cup - Day 2

by Event media on 3 Sep 2008
Russia’s Alexey Krylov with Vlad Kapitonov and Alexei Bushuev are the new Cascais Dragon Gold Cup leaders after second day of racing in the fantastic scenery of Cascais.

Britain’s Robert Campbell, Matt Walker and Jonathan Hill are second overall and Portuguese Manuel Champalimaud, Mark Hart and Ed Streeter are third. Ukrainian Eugeniy Braslavets and Portuguese Filipe Silva won the second day races.

A shiny day and wind, blowing from 6 to 8 knots, were the perfect conditions that the 74 Dragon fleet had for the 2nd of racing in Cascais.

On the 1st race, Ukraine’s Eugeniy Braslavets, Sergey TImokhov and Claus Olesen won. Gavia Wilkinson-Cox with Jon Mortimer and Ron Rosenberg from Great Britain were second and Frank Berg, Soren Nielsen and Soren Kaestel, from Denmark finished third.

The 2nd race was perfect for Filipe Silva, Joaquim Moreira and Miguel Pinto. The Portuguese crew started and finished first, dominating the race. Germany’s Philip Dohse, Oliver Mose and Jan Scharfetter and Great Britain’s Robert Campbell, Matt Walker and Jonathan Hill were 2nd and 3rd.

In general overall, regularity seems to be the secret, no one from the top three won a race, with Russia’s Alexey Krylov with Vlad Kapitonov and Alexei Bushuev being the new leaders followed by Great Britain’s Robert Campbell, Matt Walker and Jonathan Hill and Manuel Champalimaud, Mark Hart and Ed Streeter, from Portugal. Tomorrow the fleet will have 1 race, starting at 14:00h.

Dragon Gold Cup - Positions after Day 2, 3 races

Series Place Sail No Helm Crew Series Points R1 R2 R3
1 RUS-25 Alexey Krylov Vlad Kapitonov / Alexey Bushuev 47 19 20 8
2 GBR-688 Robert Campbell Matt Walker / Jonathan Hill 47,7 27 15 5,7
3 POR-42 Manuel Champalimaud Mark Hart / Ed Streeter 49 16 19 14
4 UKR-8 Eugeniy Braslavets Sergey Timokhov / Claus Olesen 55 26 0 29
5 DEN-166 Tom Carlsen Mark Flint / Philipp Skafte-Holm 57,4 11,7 34 11,7
6 RUS-44 Artiom Kuznetsov Vladimir Silkin / Georgy Shayduko 58 0 32 26
7 GBR-735 Poul Richard Hoj Jensen Theis Palm / Andrew Mordem 58 10 26 22
8 UKR-7 Markus Wieser Thomas Auracher / Sergei Pugatchev 61 8 21 32
9 GBR-716 Gavia Wilkinson-Cox Jon Mortimer / Ron Rosenberg 64 45 3 16
10 RUS-31 Emelianov Konstantin Mikhail Senatorov / Alexandz Prokorov 68 18 22 28
11 SUI-288 Robert Stanjek Markus Koy / Friedemann Nisch 69 22 10 37
12 USA-310 Edward Sawyer Martin Payne / William Willet 71,7 5,7 23 43
13 RUS-81 Mikhail Apukhtin Leonid Klepikov / Alexander Mironov 72 30 18 24
14 DEN-266 Frank Berg Soren Nielsen/ Soren Kaestel 75,7 60 5,7 10
15 GER-1042 Philip Dohse Oliver Mose / Jan Scharfetter 78 37 38 3
16 GER-976 Dirk David Stefan Abel / Mark Bayer 78 34 14 30
17 RUS-77 Inna Shternberg Yury Bozhedomov / Petr Zakharov 80 36 29 15
18 GER-1036 Max Glas Wolfi Steuer / Simon Ramstetter 81 29 25 27
19 UKR-9 Lars Hendriksen George Leonchuk / Martin Leifelt 82 17 30 35
20 POR-47 Henrique Anjos Vasco Serpa / Pedro Costa Alemão 88 38 33 17
21 SUI-296 Harro Kniffka Michael Lipp / Michael Koch 101 32 8 61
22 GBR-723 Quentin Strauss Nigel Young/Lars Wegener 106 50 43 13
23 POR-51 Filipe Silva Joaquim Moreira / Miguel Pinto 107 47 60 0
24 GER-1009 Ulrich Matthiesen Michael Nesselhauf / Jorg Fischer 109 33 24 52
25 RUS-47 Igor Skalin Valery Zatsarinskiy / Oleg Edokimenko 109 31 44 34
26 RUS-2 Sergey Maslov Vladimir Krutskikh / Aleksandr Ezhkov 110 40 16 54
27 POR-55 Jose Matoso Charles Nankin / Afonso Marques 111 14 52 45
28 SUI-297 Ulli Libor Frank Butzmann / Stefan Hellriegel 112 43 13 56
29 GER-996 Thomas Muller Vincent Hoesch / Maximillian Scheibmair 112,7 81 11,7 20
30 GBR-708 Len Jones Claus Hoj Jensen / Jaime Lee 114 48 48 18
31 DEN-391 Jorgen Schonherr Jan Eli Gravad / Christian Videbaek 119 3 59 57
32 POR-146 Jorge Pinheiro Frederico Pinheiro de Melo / Francisco Mourão 119 41 47 31
33 GER-1056 Burkhard Keese Phil Blin / Jorg Moesnang 119 35 40 44
34 RUS-27 Anatoly Loginov Alexander Shalagin / Andrei Kirilyuk 120 49 31 40
35 RUS-71 Maxim Semerkhanov Dmitri Tereshkin / Alex Smirrnov 120 42 37 41
36 RUS-35 Oleg Khopersky Victor Fogelson / Eugeny Ivanov 124 57 17 50
37 FRA-365 Louis Urvois Gwen Chapalian / Jimmy Pahun 125 51 53 21
38 POR-49 Francisco Lacerda Diogo Lacerda / Diogo Pereira 127 62 46 19
39 SWE-342 Bjorn Osterblom Peje Emilsson / Bo Kaijser 127 28 35 64
40 RUS-1 Arnold Shternberg Artem Smirnov / Alexander Andrianov 127 44 50 33
41 RUS-45 Sergey Yazikov Igor Frolov / Vladimir Liubomirov 128 23 63 42
42 POR-34 Fernando Bello Jorge Moya / Tiago Geraldes 128 24 55 49
43 MON-11 Christian Boillot Lionel Pean / Gerad Le Goff 131 52 41 38
44 POR-57 Mario Quina Fernando Passeiro / Eric Vandame 132 15 69 48
45 POR-56 Miguel Magalhães Jorge P. Melo / José Magalhães 138 46 67 25
46 SWE-338 Stefan Winberg Bosse Ahlstrom / Peter Casso 142 25 36 81
47 DEN-380 Peter Warrer Eric Orsted / Thomas Sorensen 144 21 42 81
48 RUS-96 Mikhail Muratov Valentin Uvarkin / Viacheslav Varnachkin 144 56 49 39
49 IRL-204 Don O`Donoghue Brian Mathews / Mark Pettitt 152 13 58 81
50 POR-58 José Duarte Bello Henrique Costa e Silva / Miguel Cardoso 152 58 39 55
51 NED-305 Bram de Wilde Henri Boere / Gijs Evers 153 39 61 53
52 GER-972 Christian Krausenecker Karl Ibscher / Lasr Walter 154 20 75 59
53 NED-309 Guus de Groot Richard van Rij / Hay Winters 157 64 27 66
54 GER-1043 Cian O`Carroll Thomas Hill/Kane Williamson 159 71 65 23
55 GER-1044 Horst-Wilhelm Stroh Rudiger Karsten / Katharina Stroh 159 55 68 36
56 RUS-69 Olga White Igor Ivaskintsov / Alexey Murashkin 170 53 70 47
57 POR-54 António Mardel Correia Pedro Rebelo de Andrade / Bernardo Santos 175 63 66 46
58 RUS-6 Alexander Shmid Alexander Yanin / Mikhail Markin 179 67 45 67
59 GBR-730 Julian Sowry Claire Sowry / Philip Catmur 185 69 28 88
60 GBR-575 Richard Davies Titch Blachford / Patrick Welton 185 61 54 70
61 HKG-50 Phyllis Chang Lowell Chang / Lars Gelbjerg-Hansen 188 74 56 58
62 RUS-32 Andrey Samoylov Leonid Altukhov / Manat Nevlyutov 191 54 74 63
63 POR-50 Pedro Mendes Leal Pedro Pinheiro de Melo / Jorge Ferlov 196 65 71 60
64 MON-2 Jens Rathsack Bjorn Oestreich / Nina Rathsack 197 81 51 65
65 POR-46 Francisco Pinheiro de Melo Vicente Pinheiro de Melo / Francisco Ramada 199 68 80 51
66 GBR-690 Stephane Baseden Pascal Buli-Debat / Franck Corbiere 200 72 57 71
67 POR-36 Patrick Monteiro de Barros Pedro Beckert / Paulo Bastos 204 59 72 73
68 AUS-206 Gordon Ingate Christine Ingate / Robert Alp 205 81 62 62
69 BEL-69 Michael Van Callwelaert Jan de Bie/Lien de Bien 215 75 64 76
70 RUS-80 Andriy Litsynskyy Vladimir Makaron / Andriy Golvoko 218 66 78 74
71 POR-23 Filipe Loureiro Miguel Tavares / Luis Vasconcelos Dias 218 76 73 69
72 POR-53 Fernando Nogueira Fernando Gamboa / Morgan Nogueira 219 70 77 72
73 POR-40 Pedro Almeida Lopes João Almeida Lopes / António Santos Matos 224 73 76 75
74 POR-27 Antonio Vianez Andre Bravo/Henrique Lopes Cardoso/Luis Cadelo 228 81 79 68



The Cascais Dragon Gold Cup is part of Cascais Vela 2008 project and counts with the participation of 74 boats, representing 16 countries and is considered as the most important and prestigious regatta of the International Dragon Class, which returns to Cascais 10 years after it was held here in 1998.
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