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XIV Pacific Games – Men’s Laser and Mixed Hobie underway in Noumea

by Sail-World.com on 4 Sep 2011
Laser racing at the Pacific Games, Noumea . ..
XIV Pacific Games are being held in New Caledonia from August 27th to September 10th 2011.

Sailing kicked off today after 11.30am with the Men's Laser and the Men's Mixed Hobie. The Laser men are placed second in the teams event. The individuals are placed in the middle of the field.

Tomorrow, Sunday is a rest day and competition commences again on Monday with the Women's Laser and Men's Lasers.

Results:

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Sail
No

Skippers

P Ret

Total

R.1

R.2

R.3

R.4

R.5

R.6

R.7

Club / Country

1

12

Leseigneur Malo

7  

9  

1  

2  

1  

1  

1  

1  

2  

N.Caledonie

2

7

Frei Mathieu

10  

12  

2  

1  

2  

2  

2  

2  

1  

N.Caledonie

3

3

Besson Jessee

22  

27  

5  

4  

5  

3  

4  

3  

3  

Tahiti

4

9

Charlie Poiri Grand Junior Da

24  

37  

13  

BFD

3  

3  

5  

3  

6  

4  

Iles Cook

5

16

Elisa Henry Peter Taua

27  

33  

6  

5  

4  

4  

5  

4  

5  

Iles Cook

6

5

Leilua Eroni Tui

33  

44  

4  

11  

6  

6  

6  

5  

6  

Samoa

7

2

Numa John

43  

53  

3  

7  

9  

8  

8  

8  

10  

Papouasie Nelle

8

6

Stanley Myka

43  

52  

9  

6  

7  

7  

7  

9  

7  

Samoa

9

11

Hazelman Robert

50  

61  

8  

9  

8  

10  

11  

7  

8  

Fidji

10

14

Chan Michael

54  

65  

7  

8  

10  

9  

10  

10  

11  

Fidji

11

8

Isaiah Leonard

60  

72  

10  

10  

11  

12  

9  

11  

9  

Papouasie Nelle

12

15

Gayet Nicolas

71  

84  

13  
BFD

12  

12  

11  

12  

12  

12  

Tahiti