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Tasar World Championships 2011 - Australians in top three positions

by Sail-World.com on 19 Sep 2011
Rob and Nicole Douglass leading 2011 Tasar Worlds after three races. Yann Audic
After three races at the Tasar World Championships being held at the Royal Torbay Yacht Club, UK, Australians fill the top three positions. Reigning World Championship Robert and Nicole Douglass sit at the top of the leader board. Paul Ridgway and Bronwyn Ridgway are second with Richard Longbottom and Darryl Bentley third.

56 crews from Australia, Japan, Great Britain, Ireland, Canada and The Netherlands lined up for the start of race 1, which was won by Malcolm Davies and Fiona Davies, from Paul Ridgway and Bronwyn Ridgway. Robert Douglass and Nicole Douglass were third.

Race 2 was won by the Douglass' from Craig McPhee and Gillian Berry with Paul Ridgway and Bronwyn Ridgway third.

Robert Douglass and Nicole Douglass took Race 3 from Paul Ridgway and Bronwyn Ridgway. Richard Longbottom and Darryl Bentley were third.

Racing continues until 23rd September.

Series Place Sail No Bow No Helm Crew Series Points Race 1 Race 2 Race 3
1 AUS2848 1 Robert Douglass Nicole Douglass 5 3 1 1
2 AUS2871 26 Paul Ridgway Bronwyn Ridgway 7 2 3 2
3 AUS2898 17 Richard Longbottom Darryl Bentley 18 5 10 3
4 GBR2642 3 Pete Ellis Charlotte Birbeck 21 7 4 10
5 AUS2789 52 Michael Quirk Jeffrey Robinson 25 15 6 4
6 AUS2842 41 Josh Faddy Louise Houtzager 26 4 11 11
7 GBR2833 10 Jeremy Hawkins Suzanne Hawkins 27 14 5 8
8 CAN2683 54 Thilo Giese Sandra Towers 43 10 12 21
9 GBR659 9 Nathan Batchelor James Clark 43 11 20 12
10 GBR431 44 Stephen Cockerill Jennie King 43 12 16 15
11 AUS2900 6 Graham Hanna Gary Foley 46 8 22 16
12 AUS2830 15 Stuart Templeton Nicole Kidman 49 17 13 19
13 GBR2909 25 Howard Astley-Jones Barney Proud 55 9 21 25
14 NED298 16 Constantijn Udo Jan Slotemaker 55 23 15 17
15 AUS2857 39 Craig Mcphee Gillian Berry 66 57 2 7
16 AUS2878 43 Mark Hughes Monica Tonner 66 24 28 14
17 GBR2835 35 Stacey Bray Steve Coello 70 57 7 6
18 JPN2736 28 Taro Yamamura Yohei Ikeda 71 6 8 57
19 AUS2666 40 Jonathan Ward Angus Ward 72 26 19 27
20 CAN1701 51 Francois Hebert Anita Kargl 73 13 24 36
21 AUS2911 32 Peter Davies Pia Lehtonen-Davies 74 25 26 23
22 GBR2628 20 Malcolm Davies Fiona Davies 75 1 17 57
23 AUS2874 50 Neville Wittey Jeanne-Claude Strong 79 57 9 13
24 AUS2770 47 Earle Alexander Marise Hannaford 81 29 30 22
25 AUS1463 5 Tony Creak Julie Creak 81 28 29 24
26 AUS783 48 Angus Galloway Fraser Galloway 84 57 18 9
27 GBR274 38 Steve Mitchell Polly Newman 87 34 25 28
28 JPN2862 49 Hiroaki Sato Yasuaki Muragishi 89 57 27 5
29 AUS2763 30 John Balass Heather Forton 91 20 14 57
30 GBR351 19 Rod Porteous Maureen Porteous 91 16 57 18
31 AUS2854 34 Cary Pedicini Jacqueline Bange 91 27 33 31
32 GBR104 8 Tim Knight Mayumi Knight 100 57 23 20
33 JPN2396 27 Haru Yamamoto Shinichi Yamazaki 103 36 34 33
34 GBR1235 23 Andrew Taylor Jacqui Taylor 107 38 37 32
35 GBR2814 37 Tony Paine Sandy Paine 108 35 38 35
36 AUS2888 11 Chris Parkinson Liz Kemmis 114 57 31 26
37 JPN2712 53 Koji Shimomura Kyoko Kono 118 57 32 29
38 AUS2902 21 Noel Borel Fiona McManus 119 32 57 30
39 GBR2815 55 Robyn Stock Mandy Stock 125 33 35 57
40 GBR652 57 Pete Muskett Greg Wright 130 37 36 57
41 AUS2853 42 Bernard Streater Jenny Overton 132 18 57 57
42 JPN2593 18 Hiromichi Kameyama Atsushi Inoue 133 19 57 57
43 GBR394 12 Rupert Stock Mike Hutton-Ashkenny 135 21 57 57
44 GBR2816 7 Neil Spacagna Amy Spacagna 136 22 57 57
45 GBR2640 4 John Lawton Sam Richardson 144 30 57 57
46 GBR2801 22 Ed Lowe Robert Spaughton 145 31 57 57
47 IRL722 45 Conor Byrne Kate Fitzsimmons 148 57 57 34
48 AUS2121 33 Bruce Litchfield Sharon Litchfield 153 39 57 57
49 GBR688 31 Guy Hester Lynne Bull 154 40 57 57
50 GBR2638 24 Elizabeth Pescod Roger Pescod 155 41 57 57
51 GBR264 14 Shelley Macy Gary Brandt 156 42 57 57
52 GBR1184 2 John Tripp Susan Tripp 157 43 57 57
53 GBR2875 29 jonathan bloice philippa Bloice 171 57 57 57
53 JPN2745 36 Katsumi Watanabe Mahoro Sekiguchi 171 57 57 57
53 JPN2765 56 Ikuya Tanaka Noriko Tanaka 171 57 57 57
53 JPN2808 46 Yoji Ishikawa Eriko Hosoda 171 57 57 57

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