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ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca - Bouwmeester overall winner in Palma

'2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca - BOUWMEESTER (NED, Laser Radial)'    © Pedro Martinez/MartinezStudio/Sofia    Click Here to view large photo

At the ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca, the medals across ten Olympic events were decided on the final day of racing. A light morning northerly breeze picked up as the day went on ensuring a full complement of Medal Races across the ten Olympic events were completed.

The Men’s 470 lead went to and fro all week but Sime Fantela and Igor Marenic (CRO) held their nerve to add a gold medal to their two silvers from the 2013-2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup series.

Fantela and Marenic played second fiddle to Lucas Calabrese and Juan de la Fuente (ARG) at ISAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao and to Mat Belcher and Will Ryan (AUS) at ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne. A disappointing fourth at ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami followed before they took their first gold of the series in Mallorca.

Holding a seven point lead going into the Medal Race the Croatians had breathing space as a sixth place sealed the deal. On their victory Fantela said, 'In two words, really happy. We worked quite hard this winter, we’ve been to all of the World Cups and we really like that we won. For us this is the hardest race since we started and winning this means a lot to us.'

2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca - 470 M fleet -  © Martinez Studio - Sofia   Click Here to view large photo

Fantela added, 'Winning here is really special. All week we sailed really good and to end the regatta with such an interesting Medal Race was really fun and we are really happy with our performance.'

An OCS for Lucas Calabrese and Juan de la Fuente saw the Argentineans drop out of the top three. Sweden’s Anton Dahlberg and Fredrik Bergstrom were the benefactors of the Argentineans demise and having won the Medal Race they slipped into second.

ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year Mat Belcher and Will Ryan (AUS) finished fifth in the Medal Race and whilst they end tied on 72 points with the Swedes they take bronze by nature of count back.

2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca - ALEH and POWRIE (NZL, 470 W) -  © Martinez Studio - Sofia   Click Here to view large photo

Female ISAF Rolex World Sailors of the Year Jo Aleh and Polly Powrie (NZL) won the Women’s 470 Medal Race and with it gold as they made it three consecutive 200-point regatta wins in a row.

The Kiwis became World Champions in July 2013, took top spot at ISAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao and added Mallorca honours to their list.

Aleh explained the day, 'It was a pretty stressful Medal Race, it went well for us but it was pretty hard work.

'The French were seven points clear of us and we knew we had to get three points between us to beat them. We stayed really close and came out of the start better, from there we just tried to sail the race, get away and get boats in between and we just managed to get enough boats in.

'It took us a while to fire, we were a bit slow at the beginning but we’ve come right by the end.'

France’s Camille Lecointre and Hélène Defrance had held the lead in the Women’s 470 for the large part of the week but came undone on the final day as a sixth knocked them off gold medal position. They were made to settle for silver whilst bronze went to Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark (GBR).

2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca - BURLING and TUKE (NLZ, 49er) -  © Trofeo S.A.R. Princesa Sofia - Jesus Renedo   Click Here to view large photo

2013 49er World Champions Peter Burling and Blair Tuke (NZL) came into the final day with a healthy lead in the 49er. They maintained their consistency to pick up a deserved gold.

With 30 points from three single point races on the cards, anything was possible and even though they came into the final day with a 21 point lead, Burling and Tuke could have been overthrown.

The experienced duo, who also won silver at the London 2012 Olympic Sailing Competition, were steady all day. After racing Tuke said, 'It was really fun. We sailed really well and did what we had to do in the first race after the lead we’d created throughout racing this week. We then managed to get a win and it wasn’t such a great final race but it was a lot of fun.'

Burling echoed his team mate, 'We obviously went into the Medal Race with a pretty comfortable margin but we still had a bit of work to do just to finish it off. We managed to do that in the first race and then we had a bit of fun.'

The 2013 49er World Champions are buoyed by their week and head into the remainder of the year full of confidence. Tuke added, 'What we’ve got going on is going pretty well and we haven’t been beaten in a while so we’ll just keep doing what we’re doing. We certainly had our work cut out this week but we sailed better and better as it went on.'

There was no change in the remaining podium spots as Jonas Warrer and Peter Lang (DEN) added silver to their ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami gold whilst Dylan Fletcher and Alain Sign (GBR) won bronze.

2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca - 49er FX fleet -  © Trofeo S.A.R. Princesa Sofia - Jesus Renedo   Click Here to view large photo

Brazil’s Martine Grael and Kahena Kunze maintained control in the 49erFX to take gold on the final day of racing.

With three single point quick fire races on the 49erFX race course anything was possible. The Brazilians raced steady and in three races they recorded a 5-3-7 to finish seven points clear of Ida Marie Baad Nielsen and Marie Thusgaard Olsen (DEN) in silver medal position.

2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca - SOFFIATTI GRAEL and KUNZE (BRA, 49er FX) -  © Trofeo S.A.R. Princesa Sofia - Jesus Renedo   Click Here to view large photo

After racing Kunze said, 'We are really happy about our week and reached our goal and hope to go to Hyeres and do the same thing there.'

Charlotte Dobson and Sophie Ainsworth (GBR) picked up bronze.

2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca - Giles SCOTT (GBR, Finn) -  © Martinez Studio - Sofia   Click Here to view large photo

Great Britain’s Giles Scott found the going tough in the Finn Medal Race as he came through in eighth. Fortunately for the Brit he had a solid advantage heading into the final day and picked up gold.

'The start was particularly good for me and the first beat,' said Scott. 'I managed to get Thomas [Le Breton] where I needed him down the wrong end of the line and got on top of him up the first beat and covered him all the way to put him in last.

'Then I had my first of two yellow flags down the first run which put me a bit on the back foot. I got back in contention down the final run to receive another one so it was a bit touch and go but Thomas ended up finishing just one place in front of me which was enough for the win which was great.'

Scott had been strong all week and from nine races secured four victories. Despite the win he wasn’t 100% happy with his final day, 'Massive frustration really, especially after having done what I thought was quite a good job early on in the race, to then make two very silly errors is pretty stupid. I was pretty frustrated towards the end but thankful that I had done enough to come away with the regatta win.'

Le Breton finished eight seconds ahead of Scott which was not enough for him to overthrow the Briton. Le Breton’s compatriot and London 2012 bronze medallist Jonathan Lobert ended up in third.

The Medal Race bullet went to Andrew Wills (GBR) who finished in fourth overall.

2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca - LE COQ (FRA, RS:X M) -  © Pedro Martinez-MartinezStudio-Sofia   Click Here to view large photo

Having fought hard for valuable points all week Pierre Le Coq (FRA) picked up a deserved victory in the Men’s RS:X.

Le Coq fended off a final assault from race winner Byron Kokkalanis (GRE) and was chuffed with his week, 'The Medal Race was really close and we were fighting a lot with all the other guys. The positions were really close right up until the last downwind so it was a really nice fight. I didn’t have a very good start but I used my speed and came back up so I kept my first place.'

Kokkalanis was devastatingly quick on the final downwind as he used every last ounce of strength he had left. Punching his sail to the sound of jubilant admirers he moved up from fifth to second and was thrilled with how things went on the final day, 'It was one of the most intense races I’ve had because yesterday I had two really bad races. I came into the Medal Race disappointed. On the downwind I had to give it all and I managed to catch planing so that pushed me into first place and into second overall.

'I’m really happy after yesterday’s bad day.'

Bronze went the way of France’s Louis Giard who finished the Medal Race in third. ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca acted as the French Men’s RS:X qualifier for the Aquece Rio - International Sailing Regatta 2014. The two spots available went to Le Coq and Louis Giard (FRA).

2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca - PICON (FRA, RS:X W) -  © Pedro Martinez-MartinezStudio-Sofia   Click Here to view large photo

Charline Picon (FRA) came into the Women’s RS:X Medal Race with an unassailable 42 point lead. With gold wrapped up the pressure was off the French sailor and she enjoyed the last race of the regatta, coming in third.

Picon was dominant and was visually delighted with her week following racing, 'I’m very happy with the whole competition because I was very consistent. My worst race was ninth. We had all conditions here with planing, no wind and pumping and I’m happy with my work in the winter.'

The fight for the remaining podium spots was on with any one of Lilian De Geus (NED), Blanca Manchon (ESP), Bryony Shaw (GBR) and Flavia Tartaglini (ITA) in with a shout of the medals.

De Geus was the leading sailor of the four going into the Medal Race and managed to hold on to second overall. The Dutch sailor said, 'It was a nice battle with Blanca and I managed to stay in second place so I am very happy.' Manchon narrowly finished behind De Geus with bronze going her way.

2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca - BESSON and RIOU (FRA, Nacra 17) -  © Martinez Studio - Sofia   Click Here to view large photo

Billy Besson and Marie Riou went into the Nacra 17 Medal Race with an unassailable 22 point lead and the gold medal sewn up.

With the pressure off the French pair enjoyed the race and came through in second to round up an excellent week as Besson explained, 'Today the race was great. We had a lot of points between us and second. Our start was bad but we came back with good racing to finish second.'

On taking another Nacra 17 victory Besson added, 'We are very happy to win here because it was a selection for the Olympic test event in Rio. We needed to prove ourselves. Palma was a really good World Cup. I love this place and I’m really happy to win.'

ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami gold medallists Vittorio Bissaro and Silvia Sicouri (ITA) added a World Cup silver to their collection having finished in fifth.

The heat was on for the remaining podium spot. Darren Bundock and Nina Curtis (AUS) did exactly what they needed to do to take bronze and kept the chasing pack at bay. A fourth in the Medal Race meant that they got the job done to walk away with a medal.

2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca - BURTON (AUS, Laser Standard) -  © Pedro Martinez-MartinezStudio-Sofia   Click Here to view large photo

Tom Burton (AUS) led the Laser Medal Race from start to finish as he jumped up the leader board to emphatically claim gold.

The ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne winner ventured into the final day third overall and sailed the Medal Race with intent from the word go. Sailing out in front of the chasing pack with clean wind in his sail, the Australian made amends for losing gold on the final day of the 2013 edition.

Immediately after the race finish a delighted Burton said, 'My goal coming here was to win. Two years ago I came third and last year I came second and I wanted to keep stepping it up. I was really disappointed to not win here last year with the points I had and I’m really stoked to win it.

'It’s been a tough week and I haven’t been as consistent as I would have liked to have been but I had a good first day of finals to put me back in the game. All the points were pretty close. I wanted to have a good start. I had a really good first beat and all the guys were around me but it was a really close bunch in the end.'

Jean Baptiste Bernaz (FRA) finished the Medal Race in fourth and ended up just a single point behind Burton. Overnight leader Tonci Stipanovic (CRO) fell to third following a ninth.

Marit Bouwmeester won the overall Trofeo Princesa Sofia trophy -  © Ocean Images   Click Here to view large photo

The Netherlands’ Marit Bouwmeester had gold in the bag going into the Laser Radial Medal Race and sailed with ease on the final day. She is the overall winner of the Trofeo Princesa Sofía.

A second in the Medal Race wrapped up what was a consistent display of Radial racing in Mallorca. 'I’m very happy,' said Bouwmeester. 'I managed to do well in all sorts of wind conditions and it’s nice to get that confirmation.'

Evi Van Acker (BEL) engaged with Tuula Tenkanen (FIN) as she set her sights on overthrowing the Finnish sailor from silver medal spot.

It didn’t turn out so well for the Belgian as she finished last in the Medal Race and out of the medal spots. Tenkanen had plenty of points to play with and took a ninth. Great Britain’s Chloe Martin took full advantage and picked up her first World Cup medal.

Attention now turns to the final ISAF Sailing World Cup regatta of the 2013-2014 in Hyeres, France from 19-26 April 2014.







470 Men

 

Sail Nr.

Bow Nr.

Crew

Net Points

TotalPoints

1Q 

2Q 

3Q 

4Q 

5Q 

6F 

7F 

8F 

9F 

10F 

11M 

1

CRO 83

3

Sime FANTELA
Igor MARENIC

61

86

25

5

6

7

14

1

3

1

4

8

12

2

SWE 349

11

Anton DAHLBERG
Fredrik BERGSTROM

72

97

2

2

9

14

25

7

22

5

8

1

2

3

AUS 11

1

Mathew BELCHER
Will RYAN

72

112

3

15

UFD

1

5

9

2

4

1

22

10

4

GRE 1

5

Panagiotis MANTIS
Pavlos KAGIALIS

78

112

9

1

5

18

34

2

9

20

3

3

8

5

ARG 7

2

Lucas CALABRESE
Juan de la FUENTE

78

98

7

3

1

9

20

5

11

8

6

6

OCS

6

NZL 2

6

Snow-Hansen PAUL
Dan WILLCOX

86

109

9

9

11

12

2

6

6

23

20

7

4

7

GBR 863

4

Luke PATIENCE
Elliot WILLIS

92

123

6

5

6

4

1

27

23

12

2

31

6

8

JPN 12

33

Tetsuya MATSUNAGA
Yugo YOSHIDA

106

146

3

20

2

14

9

4

DSQ

14

15

9

16

9

USA 1713

15

Stu McNAY
Dave HUGHES

111

135

16

6

24

10

11

10

8

21

13

2

14

10

ESP 9

12

Onan BARREIROS RODRIGUEZ
Juan CURBELO CABRERA

113

141

7

13

8

2

12

28

5

19

10

19

18

 

470 Women

 

Sail Nr.

Bow Nr.

Crew

Net Points

TotalPoints

1Q 

2Q 

3Q 

4Q 

5Q 

6Q 

7Q 

8Q 

9Q 

10M 

1

NZL 75

5

Jo ALEH
Polly POWRIE

36

53

9

17

4

5

4

2

3

1

6

2

2

FRA 9

3

Camille LECOINTRE
Helene DEFRANCE

39

60

1

5

21

3

2

5

8

2

1

12

3

GBR 118

30

Hannah MILLS
Saskia CLARK

65

90

5

25

2

15

1

1

1

16

19

DPI

4

BRA 177

10

Fernanda OLIVEIRA
Ana Luiza BARBACHAN

78

126

13

3

8

4

5

11

10

10

UFD

14

5

USA 1712

2

Anne HAEGER
Briana PROVANCHA

84

108

6

10

24

14

6

16

6

17

3

6

6

UKR 93

17

Anna KYSELOVA
Anastasiya KRASKO

97

129

18

1

5

32

30

9

4

4

16

10

7

SLO 64

4

Tina MRAK
Veronika MACAROL

98

119

4

21

19

9

11

14

9

9

15

8

8

CHN 619

31

Shasha CHEN
Haiyan GAO

108

141

8

12

33

1

33

4

7

13

14

16

9

NED 6

20

Michelle BROEKHUIZEN
Marieke JONGENS

110

133

12

14

20

2

20

3

13

8

23

18

10

BRA 18

13

Renata DECNOP
Isabel SWAN

120

168

22

23

DSQ

24

3

12

5

3

8

20

 

49er

 

Sail Nr.

Bow Nr.

Crew

Net Points

TotalPoints

7F 

8F 

9F 

10F 

11F 

12F 

13F 

14F 

15M 

16M 

17M 

1

NZL 1

41

Peter BURLING
Blair TUKE

71

100

14

1

1

5

1

1

9

1

6

1

8

2

DEN 30

3

Jonas WARRER
Peter LANG

94

111

3

15

3

1

3

2

3

9

8

7

2

3

GBR 4

5

Dylan FLETCHER
Alain SIGN

107

131

1

13

13

4

9

4

12

4

1

10

5

4

ESP 900

29

Diego BOTIN
Pablo TURRADO

125

148

8

11

18

8

6

14

14

11

3

3

9

5

GBR 98

7

David EVANS
Edward POWYS

126

152

7

14

4

9

DNF

10

UFD

7

5

4

4

6

AUT 84

42

Nico Luca Marc DELLE KARTH
Nikolaus Leopold RESCH

127

147

2

3

6

2

2

18

8

18

2

6

10

7

GBR 10

4

John PINK
Stuart BITHELL

137

163

9

9

5

UFD

4

20

1

3

10

8

7

8

GER 12

8

Erik HEIL
Thomas PLOESSEL

147

167

15

18

11

6

7

6

6

15

9

9

3

9

SWE 16

11

Carl P SYLVAN
Otto HAMEL

151

177

11

8

7

12

11

16

UFD

6

7

2

1

10

FRA 6

2

Julien D'ORTOLI
Noe DELPECH

156

186

20

6

2

7

8

19

13

13

4

5

6

 

49erFX

 

Sail Nr.

Bow Nr.

Crew

Net Points

TotalPoints

6F 

7F 

8F 

9F 

10F 

11F 

12F 

13F 

14M 

15M 

16M 

1

BRA 12

1

Martine SOFFIATTI GRAEL
Kahena KUNZE

60

80

1

2

5

2

5

7

20

1

5

3

7

2

DEN 11

3

Ida Marie BAAD NIELSEN
Marie THUSGAARD OLSEN

67

86

3

3

1

1

1

19

12

3

6

10

2

3

GBR 22

4

Charlotte DOBSON
Sophie AINSWORTH

91

104

6

9

13

5

4

11

1

13

4

5

5

4

NED 5

10

Annemiek BEKKERING
Annette DUETZ

98

118

16

10

12

3

6

4

3

20

9

1

3

5

ESP 23

12

Tamara ECHEGOYEN
Berta BETANZOS

106

130

5

15

8

24

3

9

2

2

1

4

10

6

GER 6

9

Victoria JUCZOK
Anika LORENZ

110

129

12

13

14

4

7

6

18

9

2

7

4

7

GER 161

7

Tina LUTZ
Susann BEUCKE

110

126

2

7

3

8

2

12

5

7

7

9

6

8

FRA3

11

Sarah STEYAERT
Julie BOSSARD

111

137

13

6

18

14

8

8

13

5

3

2

9

9

DEN 136

5

Jena Mai HANSEN
Katja SALSKOV-IVERSEN

115

141

10

1

4

6

16

1

9

14

10

6

8

10

SWE 381

36

Lisa ERICSON
Hanna KLINGA

126

152

22

5

16

13

11

3

11

RET

8

8

1

 

Finn

 

Sail Nr.

Bow Nr.

Crew

Club

Net Points

TotalPoints

1Q 

2Q 

3Q 

4Q 

5Q 

6F 

7F 

8F 

9F 

10M 

1

GBR 41

10

Giles SCOTT

WPNSA

36

43

5

3

3

5

7

1

1

1

1

16

2

FRA 29

30

Thomas le BRETON

SR BREST

42

54

2

1

6

1

1

12

8

2

7

14

3

FRA 112

6

Jonathan LOBERT

SNO Nantes

50

63

3

10

1

9

13

3

9

3

2

10

4

GBR 85

2

Andrew MILLS

Queen Mary

62

80

1

4

3

13

17

11

18

6

5

2

5

POL 17

13

Piotr KULA

GKZ GDANSK

67

83

11

15

4

2

1

16

6

8

16

4

6

SLO 573

97

Vasilij ZBOGAR

J.k.burja

68

91

5

7

5

10

4

14

4

23

13

6

7

FIN 218

44

Tapio NIRKKO

EPS

69

94

14

2

1

9

2

21

25

5

3

12

8

GBR 11

23

Edward WRIGHT

Parkstone YC

74

121

8

UFD

8

3

5

4

5

29

4

8

9

CRO 524

21

Ivan KLJAKOVIC GASPIC

JK Labud

75

122

8

1

UFD

1

8

8

15

4

8

OCS

10

EST 2

8

Deniss KARPAK

Karpak Sailing Team

83

109

6

4

2

2

12

5

26

20

10

OC

 

Laser

 

Sail Nr.

Bow Nr.

Crew

Club

Net Points

TotalPoints

6F 

7F 

8F 

9F 

10F 

11F 

12M 

1

AUS 199012

2

Tom BURTON

MHYC

75

92

6

2

3

12

8

14

2

2

FRA 203800

12

Jean-Baptiste BERNAZ

CNSM

76

88

8

5

7

8

7

4

8

3

CRO 204731

1

Tonci STIPANOVIC

mornar

85

134

7

14

15

10

3

2

18

4

NED 204566

18

Nicholas HEINER

Watersportverbond

97

148

4

9

6

14

51

7

20

5

NZL 203776

8

Andy MALONEY

MBSC

98

137

13

1

12

5

10

39

12

6

AUS 203770

6

Matthew WEARN

FSC / RPYC

99

129

2

16

19

9

30

12

6

7

CYP 205124

4

Pavlos KONTIDES

Limassol NC

100

127

1

27

16

1

1

1

16

8

AUS 199014

7

Ashley BRUNNING

MHYC

101

137

17

12

18

16

36

3

4

9

BRA 176622

16

Robert SCHEIDT

CBVELA

117

178

3

4

24

BFD

39

13

10

10

NZL 196871

151

Sam MEECH

TYPBC

136

173

20

8

28

13

19

37

14

 

Laser Radial

 

Sail Nr.

Bow Nr.

Crew

Club

Net Points

TotalPoints

5F 

6F 

7F 

8F 

9F 

10F 

11M 

1

NED 204276

9

Marit BOUWMEESTER

Watersportverbond

26

33

3

2

7

2

2

7

4

2

FIN 202670

10

Tuula TENKANEN

Esbo segelförening

66

79

8

4

10

5

5

13

18

3

GBR 201124

8

Chloe MARTIN

Lymington

76

93

14

13

4

12

17

5

8

4

BEL 202970

28

Evi van ACKER

RBSC

82

108

1

1

6

1

26

15

20

5

DEN 201407

7

Anne-Marie RINDOM

Horsens sejlklub

86

115

9

3

5

6

29

17

2

6

CRO 199055

16

Tina MIHELIAE

JK Labud

99

124

11

17

15

3

15

6

12

7

FRA 205321

6

Marie BOLOU

CN lorient

101

124

12

23

9

18

20

12

14

8

TUR 202611

12

Nazli Cagla DONERTAS

fenerbahce sailing club

103

149

13

10

8

14

24

DNC

6

9

FRA 202124

5

Amelie RIOU

Ev Locquirec

103

136

6

7

2

4

9

33

10

10

DEN 204750

13

Sarah Gunni TOFTEDAL

KDY

108

141

4

6

12

10

11

29

16

 

Nacra 17

 

Sail Nr.

Bow Nr.

Crew

Net Points

TotalPoints

6F 

7F 

8F 

9F 

10F 

11F 

12F 

13M 

1

FRA 1

11

Billy BESSON
Marie RIOU

38

69

1

2

1

3

31

1

7

4

2

ITA 200

4

Vittorio BISSARO
Silvia SICOURI

66

84

4

18

12

1

2

2

3

10

3

AUS 064

20

Darren BUNDOCK
Nina CURTIS

81

101

9

3

4

4

20

11

2

8

4

AUT 035

2

Thomas ZAJAC
Tanja FRANK

87

111

14

4

3

2

3

3

24

14

5

ESP 204

10

Iker MARTINEZ
Tara PACHECO

89

127

15

7

5

DNC

9

5

9

6

6

GBR 060

1

Ben SAXTON
Hannah DIAMOND

94

115

11

19

2

21

6

6

4

16

7

GBR 056

7

Lucy MACGREGOR
Andrew WALSH

95

126

31

6

10

22

4

12

18

2

8

FRA 077

31

Franck CAMMAS
Sophie de TURCKHEIM

97

135

8

8

UFD

8

17

8

11

OCS

9

AUS 158

14

Euan McNICOL
Lucidna WHITTY

110

139

29

14

7

6

16

14

165

12

10

NED 213

5

Renee GROENEVELD
Steven KROL

128

148

2

9

20

9

10

18

6

OCS

 

RS:X Men

 

Sail Nr.

Bow Nr.

Crew

Club

Cat

Net Points

TotalPoints

6F 

7F 

8F 

9F 

10F 

11F 

12M 

1

FRA 77

70

Pierre le COQ

CMVSB-Côtes D'armor

 

53

82

12

2

7

5

3

29

10

2

GRE 8

4

Byron KOKKALANIS

NOTK

 

56

82

3

4

5

4

26

24

2

3

FRA 155

9

Louis GIARD

Yacht Club de Carnac

Youth

56

88

5

12

6

10

1

32

6

4

GER 3

23

Toni WILHELM

Württembergischer Yacht-Club

 

62

88

9

3

3

1

11

26

16

5

FRA6

69

Julien BONTEMPS

ASPTT Nantes

 

65

102

2

OCS

1

7

2

14

18

6

GBR 1

11

Nick DEMPSEY

WPNSA

 

72

96

4

5

2

24

8

13

14

7

BRA1

1

Ricardo SANTOS

CBVELA

 

83

120

7

7

4

23

DNC

11

4

8

ESP-7

2

Ivan PASTOR LAFUENTE

C.N. SANTA POLA

 

84

121

18

OCS

13

2

5

1

8

9

ISR 21

6

Nimrod MASHIAH

mikhmoret

 

93

130

1

9

DNC

13

7

23

12

10

FRA-3

14

Thomas GOYARD

A.CalédonienneP.V.

 

96

133

6

1

8

12

4

DNF

20

11

HKG 2

3

Ho Tsun LEUNG

WAHK

 

104

124

20

18

16

9

15

18

 

 

RS:X Women

 

Sail Nr.

Bow Nr.

Crew

Club

Cat

Net Points

TotalPoints

7Q 

8Q 

9Q 

10Q 

11Q 

12Q 

13M 

1

FRA4

7

Charline PICON

CN La tremblade

 

39

48

1

2

7

4

1

2

6

2

NED 171

12

Lilian de GEUS

Watersportverbond

 

83

140

6

7

3

6

9

12

8

3

ESP 1

5

Blanca MANCHON

c.n sevilla

 

87

111

5

4

15

1

24

3

10

4

GBR 94

1

Bryony SHAW

WPNSA

 

92

114

10

13

5

7

22

14

12

5

CHN 1

20

Peina CHEN

CHINESE YACHTING ASSOCIATION

 

95

134

7

9

10

28

39

1

4

6

ITA 46

2

Flavia TARTAGLINI

S.V.G.d.F

 

96

110

9

8

9

10

13

5

14

7

GER 7

17

Moana DELLE

SKBUe

 

111

130

19

3

6

3

16

16

16

8

FRA22

10

Eugenie RICARD

YCMC

 

114

136

11

18

2

5

14

11

2

9

ESP 5

29

Marina ALABAU NEIRA

C N Sevila

 

114.6

171.6

4

6

RDG

2

7

4

18

10

HKG 5

3

Hei Man CHAN

WAHK

 

134

159

25

23

1

11

4

7

20

 

2.4mR

 

Sail Nr.

Bow Nr.

Crew

Club

Cat

Net Points

TotalPoints

1

GBR 100

6

Helena LUCAS

RSYC

 

13

24

2

1

11

3

3

2

GBR98

4

Megan PASCOE

WEMOUTH SC

 

16

20

1

2

2

2

2

3

NOR 1

7

Bjornar ERIKSTAD

Tonsberg Seilforening

 

17

21

3

4

1

1

1

4

AUT 1

1

Sven REIGER

BYC

 

32

43

4

3

4

11

6

5

GBR 3

2

Will STREET

Pevensey Bay Sailing Club

 

43

50

6

7

7

5

5

6

ESP 509

10

Rafa ANDARIAS

C.N. Jávea

 

53

70

OCS

10

3

4

8

7

ESP 215

13

Manuel SANCHEZ CAMUS

los serra?illos

 

62

75

7

5

10

6

7

8

RUS 4

18

Nikolay ULYASHEV

VFPS

 

68

82

8

6

14

8

9

9

ESP 29

9

Francisco Javier PI EIRO ASPERA

CLUB. DEP. VELA ESCOTA

 

71

88

5

OCS

9

12

4

10

ESP 16

14

Borja MELGAREJO MA

RCMT Punta Umbria

 

78

92

10

8

8

13

14

11

GBR 68

5

Carol DUGDALE

Norfolk Broads Yacht Club

 

84

101

12

DNF

6

10

13

12

ESP 15

15

Arturo MONTES VORCY

RealClub Maritimo y Tenis de Punta Umbria

 

88

105

DNF

DNC

5

15

12

13

ESP 7

8

Antonio MAESTRE HERNANDEZ

car infanta cristina

 

89

106

9

OCS

13

9

10

14

GBR 113

3

John BROOKER

Frensham Pond SC

Youth

99

114

11

9

15

14

11

15

ESP 18

11

Jose GUERRA RODRIGUEZ

FUNDACION TAMBIEN

 

100

117

13

OCS

12

7

15

16

RUS 8

19

Dmitrii KHONICH

VFPS

 

130

147

OCS

DNF

DNC

DNC

DNC


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