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Peerke Kortekaas wins Solo Open Dutch Championship

by Sail-world.com/uk on 26 Sep 2008
Dutch Solo Nationals 2008 photo Dutch Solo Class http://www.soloklasse.nl

The Dutch Open Championship took place on the Westeinder, Aalsmeer over the weekend of the 19 to 21 September. Definitely not easy for the sailors and committee, but beautiful weather with light and very shifty winds. Almost all the scheduled races were completed and a fair competition resulted for the 47 starters.

The racing opened with a win for Peter van Santen (NED) and then Peerke Kortekaas (NED) took race two. Race three went to Armand de la Rie (NED) then Andy Davis got on the Brits on the scoreboard with a win in race four.

Race five went to Robbie Wilson (GBR) recovering from a DNS and an OCS in the two previous races. Davis took second and Andy Fox (GBR) was third, while leading Dutchman, Kortekaas stayed in the hunt with a fifth and then took his second win in race six.

The final race Saturday went to Geoff Henstridge (GBR) with Mike Hobin (GBR) second and Rie coming back into contention with a third place finish.

After Saturday´s racing and seven races, Davis and Kortekaas were tied with 24 points followed by Rie with 28 points after one discard, the stakes were high.

Race eight went to Peter van Santen (NED) with Fox second and Jacques Metaal (NED) in third. Kortekaas had a tenth, Davis a fourth and Rie a seventh with everything up for grabs in the final race, with another discard in play.

Unfortunately both Davis and Rie ended up with an OCS in the final race on Sunday which gave Peerke Kortekaas the chance he needed and which he took with a final race win to become the Dutch National Solo Champion for 2008.

In second place overall was Andy Davis and in third place Armand de la Rie. Andy Fox took fourth, Chris Brown (GBR) fifth and Jacques Metall sixth.

Solo Dutch Nationals - Final overall results

No Sailno Name Scores 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 NED 546 Peerke Kortekaas 25,0 6 1 (9) 2 5 1 9 (10) 1
2 GBR 4857 Andy Davis 28,0 2 6 (15) 1 2 6 7 4 (ocs)
3 NED 537 Armand de la Rie 35,0 (13) 5 1 5 10 4 3 7 (ocs)
4 GBR 4748 Andy Fox 38,0 11 4 (24) 3 3 (26) 10 2 5
5 GBR 4861 Chris Brown 41,0 8 3 6 (15) 7 3 (15) 5 9
6 NED 550 Jacques Metaal 47,0 (12) (23) 4 8 11 9 8 3 4
7 GBR 4731 Geoff Henstridge 54,0 (25) 7 3 9 6 12 1 16 (dns)
8 NED 560 Peter van Santen 55,0 1 20 12 (33) 17 2 (25) 1 2
9 GBR 4927 Mike Hobin 61,0 10 (16) 7 16 (20) 14 2 9 3
10 GBR 4735 Daniel Goodman 67,0 21 2 2 4 8 (24) (24) 22 8
11 GBR 4907 Bob Taylor 72,0 3 13 (19) 10 9 5 17 15 (ocs)
12 NED 565 Ron Groenhart 75,0 7 9 10 (24) (18) 15 11 12 11
13 NED 558 Peer van Agt 79,0 20 10 (22) 12 4 10 (23) 11 12
14 NED 547 Johan Geenen 90,0 5 11 (25) (21) 16 17 13 18 10
15 GBR 4522 Elaine Turner 91,0 14 14 16 (25) (21) 7 20 13 7
16 NED 544 Gilles de Combe 98,0 (30) 26 (31) 19 12 8 4 6 23
17 NED 512 Marleen Gaillard 99,0 (27) 18 13 7 13 (21) 21 21 6
18 NED 533 Thedor Pauw 99,0 9 (19) 17 (22) 15 19 16 8 15
19 NED 553 Pieter-Jelle Jongejans 105,0 (23) 8 8 18 14 23 (27) 17 17
20 GBR 4606 Mark Lee 106,0 15 21 20 (29) (23) 13 5 14 18
21 GBR 4870 Kevan Gibb 128,0 4 29 18 6 25 32 14 (dnf) (dns)
22 NED 531 Klaas de Vries 130,0 17 15 21 (34) 26 18 (28) 19 14
23 NED 541 Sijbrand Jongejans 132,0 (29) 17 (29) 13 22 16 19 23 22
24 NED 535 Eddy Boon 136,0 16 22 23 14 (30) 30 18 (31) 13
25 NED 543 Ton van Eck 144,0 24 (33) (26) 17 19 22 26 20 16
26 NED 540 Johan de Ruijter 159,0 18 25 11 11 42 40 12 (dns) (dns)
27 GBR 4766 Robbie Wilson 167,0 19 28 (dns) (ocs) 1 11 6 dns dns
28 GBR 4790 Nigel Orkney 177,0 33 12 27 20 32 20 33 (dns) (dns)
29 NED 511 Peter Jansen 185,0 22 24 28 26 35 28 22 (37) (ocs)
30 NED 5 Jan Arends 187,0 32 27 14 (36) 28 35 (37) 27 24
31 NED 569 Jaap Atema 189,0 26 30 33 (40) (41) 25 29 26 20
32 NED 548 Dave Doorenbosch 208,0 34 (37) 32 37 34 27 (ocs) 25 19
33 NED 413 Joep Niermeijer 221,0 31 35 35 (42) (36) 33 30 28 29
34 NED 539 Rob van Straten 225,0 28 36 34 (38) (43) 29 36 34 28
35 NED 542 Bert Vastenburg 226,0 36 31 38 32 (39) 31 31 (39) 27
36 NED 555 Yme Bosma 227,0 35 39 (40) 23 33 34 (41) 38 25
37 NED 523 Pieter Kasteleijn 230,0 39 38 30 31 24 38 (42) 30 (ocs)
38 NED 515 Hans Naus 235,0 (40) 40 37 (41) 29 36 39 24 30
39 NED 5441 Lex Rijnink 240,0 (dns) (dns) dns 30 40 37 32 29 21
40 NED 563 Hans van Eijk 242,0 37 32 36 35 37 (41) (40) 33 32
41 NED 388 Anja Koldewijn 264,0 (dnf) 34 39 39 (45) 44 38 36 34
42 NED 178 Ton Vos 265,0 38 41 41 (45) (44) 39 35 40 31
43 NED 536 H. Jongejans 269,0 (dnc) (dnc) dnc 43 38 42 34 35 26
44 NED 545 Edwin Oosterbaan 287,0 (dns) (dns) 5 27 ocs dns dns dns dns
45 NED 451 Peter Otto 310,0 (dns) (dns) dns 28 27 dns dns dns dns
46 NED 485 Marten Niessink 320,0 (dns) (dns) dns dns dns dns dns 32 33
47 NED 236 Rob Thonus 322,0 (dns) (dns) dns 44 31 43 dns dns dns
48 GBR 4832 David McGregor 357,0 (dns) (dns) dns dns dns dns dns dns dns
48 GBR 4800 Mark Chapman 357,0 (dns) (dns) dns dns dns dns dns dns dns
48 NED 527 Sven Oosterbaan 357,0 (dns) (dns) dns dns dns dns dns dns dns
 

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