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Morrison/Rhodes trail Aussies at 49er Worlds

'Andrea Fonseca & Rodrigo Duarte have made a good start to qualifying Brazil for the Beijing Games - Day 2 2008 49er Worlds'    Jeff Crow/ Sport the Library ©
Britain's Steve Morrison and Ben Rhodes are in third place after the second day of qualifiers at the 49er World Championships. Australia’s Nathan Outteridge and Ben Austin lead at Sail Melbourne with the Hansen brothers from Denmark in second.

With the first discard in place, Outteridge/Austin are three points ahead of yesterday’s leaders, brothers Peter and Soren Hansen from Denmark, who dropped to second place overall. Their downfall was a 14th in Race 5, which they used as their discard.

'We got two firsts and a seventh – we cleared out at the starts and just kept going fast – we led pretty much whole way from top mark in the first two races,' Outteridge said.

'In our third race (Race 6), someone tacked on top of us and we couldn’t get away, but we were happy to make seventh. It could have been worse,' the 22 year old said.

'Our major threats are the Hansen brothers and the defending world champions Stevie and Ben (Morrison/Rhodes from Great Britain). I wouldn’t rule out the Olympic gold medallists from Athens either (Iker Martinez/Xabi Fernandez),' he added.

Racing started on time in an 8-11 knot northerly, but lightened out to a top strength of around 8 knots, averaging around 5-6 knots, turning nor-nor-easterly and shifty.

Morrison and Rhodes’ group was last off the blocks. Keeping good their promise to protect their world champion status, the pair scored 8, 5, 1 results to hang in at third place, using the eighth place as their drop. They are five points behind the leaders.

Crash at the 49er committee boat - Day 2 2008 49er Worlds -  Jeff Crow- Sport?nid=40573 the Library ©  
The Italian Sibello brothers, Pietro and Gianfraco, and Rodion Luka/George Leonchuck (UKR) respectively worked their way into fourth and fifth places after each won his group’s Race 6 this afternoon. Both pairs came into their own in the fluky light winds.

Brazil’s hopes of qualifying for the Beijing Games to be sailed off Qingdao next year, moved closer to reality when Andrea Fonseca/Rodrigo Duarte scored 1,8,4 places for 12th place overall.

That was not the case for Irish brothers Russell and Matthew McGovern. 'It’s not going according to plan,' said a disappointed Russell. The two finished their day with 10,12,8 results and are 30th overall.

'Racing is really good, tight –and nice wind, but things aren’t going so great for us. It’s tough, I hope we get more wind tomorrow, we’re better in that,' added Matthew.

A tricky day for Race Officials with a couple of general recalls and incidents. In one group’s pre-start there was a pile-up at the start boat causing a few collisions. Seven competitors were Black Flagged, four OCS’d and others not finishing racing. It proved costly for those trying for Olympic qualification.

Results are provisional pending protests. The Sail Melbourne ISAF Grade 1 event continues tomorrow.



Pl Name Boat Sail
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Net
Fearless AUS3 AUS 2 1 3 1 1 7       8
2 HANSEN, Soren
Hempel/Dong Energy DEN12 DEN 1 2 1 5 14 2       11
GBR1 GBR 2 1 4 8 5 1       13
4 SIBELLO, Gianfranco
ITA4 ITA 1 9 2 7 3 1       14
5 LEONCHUK, George
LUKA, Rodion
Voronin UKR14 Ukraine 3 13 5 2 3 1       14
6 PECKOLT, Hannes
PECKOLT, Jan Peter
11 GER 1 4 6 2 5 3       15
ESP10 ESP 4 4 9 4 2 6       20
8 RESCH, Nikolaus Leopold
DELLE KARTH, Nico Luca Marc
Mary Jane, HOBAS Tiroler Wasserkraft 1A Inst. AUT2 AUT 6 3 5 3 6 4       21
9 RAST, Chris
Secora USA13 USA 6 8 8 2 3 3       22
10 ASQUITH, Mark`
EITS GBR21 GBR 3 5 2 11 4 9       23
11 ANDRADE, Francisco
LIMA, Jorge
Lusodiete POR18 POR 3 5 12 8 5 2       23
12 DUARTE, Rodrigo
Vaca Voadora BRA29 BRA 7 7 6 1 8 4       25
13 ZUCCHETTI, Pietro
ITA30 ITA 4 2 22 8 6 5       25
14 ARTURO, Alonso
ESP6 ESP 10 2 5 1 8 12       26
15 STÉPHANE, Christidis
MORGAN, Lagraviere
Rougail River FRA 7 FRA 5 6 17 6 1 10       28
DEN15 DEN 6 3 14 10 2 8       29
17 NEWMAN, Jon
AUS27 AUS 5 6 13 3 4 11       29
18 KIRKETERP, Martin
Hempel Dong Energy DEN 8 DEN 9 14 11 3 4 4       31
19 WHEELER, Simon
PINK, John
Skandia Team GBR GBR28 GBR 5 3 2 5 28
18       33
20 HOPSON, Alex
Myfanwy GBR22 GBR 7 5 10 12 10 2       34
21 BOVIM, Frode
GUNDERSEN, Christopher
NOR20 NOR 11 8 8 6 7 5       34
COOK, Gordon
Samson CAN19 CAN 9 28
7 4 2 14       36
KOTOUN, Anthony ISV817 ISV 7 10 3 13 18 6       39
24 BAUMANN, Hannes
BAUR, Marcus
FritzII GER26 GER 8 20 6 4 19 3       40
25 SOININEN, Heikki
FIN1060 FIN 4 11 10 11 10 9       44
26 YANN, Rochierieux
FRA16 FRA 2 9 16 17 7 11       45
27 TORLÉN, Kalle
Aplicator SWE42 SWE 10 6 9 9 11 14       45
28 KRUSE, Clemens
SIEBER, Christoph
T-Systems AUT38 AUT 8 11 11 9 9 8       45
29 BASK, Kalle
FIN44 FIN 18 7 9 13 11 7       47
30 MCGOVERN, Matthew
IRL40 IRL 9 9 14 10 12 8       48
31 KIERKOWSKI, Krzysztof
POL17 POL 8 10 14 5 14 12       49
32 SIOUZIOUS, Athanasios
PACHOUMAS, Athanasios
GRE37 GRE 14 4 11 15 10 13       52
KUUSI, Ilmari
Gant FIN48 FIN 10 12 10 15 9 13       54
KANTO AUTO WORKS JPN 35 JPN 12 10 7 7 28
19       55
CLB - TUDELFT NED39 NED 13 13 1 6 28
23       56
36 SIGN, Alain
Great Bear GBR33 GBR 20 15 4 9 13 16       57
37 KUZMICKI, Pawel
Delphia Yachts POL1069 POL 11 14 21 15 12 5       57
38 MAKINO, Yukio
JPN985 JPN 18 13 19 11 6 9       57
39 CUPAC, Petar
CRO41 CRO 11 1 23 14 9 28
40 JENSEN, Iain
The Cape AUS46 AUS 19 15 16 10 1 16       58
CRO959 CRO 15 7 17 13 17 6       58
42 HUBER, Lorenz
FRICKE, Leopold
GER34 GER 14 16 12 7 15 11       59
USA50 USA 28
11 3 19 16 13       62
44 KIVISTIK, Lenart
EST894 EST 15 8 28
18 11 12       64
45 PATENIOTIS, Michalis
DIMOU, Dionisis
GRE47 GRE 28
17 20 17 7 7       68
KNIGHT, Richard
Little Dragon HKG1064 HKG 13 16 8 16 17 15       68
GRE994 GRE 28
18 1 12 12 28
48 GIFFEN, Rory
USA 792 USA 792 USA 16 20 13 16 13 16       74
49 GUILLOU, Damien
MONTEAU, Alexandre
FRA23 FRA 12 25 4 14 28
20       75
50 VILLAMBROSA, Federico
Quicksilver ARG1066 ARG 18 19 7 19 15 18       77
51 PEEL, Tom
MASON, Richard
Murka GBR806 GBR 16 14 15 22 28
10       77
52 HOGAN, Ian
CAN1058 CAN 13 12 24 12 19 21       77
D'ORTOLI, Julien
French Connection FRA32 FRA 12 18 17 14 16 19       77
54 SMYTHE, Charlie
GOLDSBERRY, Jonathan USA877 USA 17 24 28
19 8 10       78
55 STEFANI, Diego
SILVEIRA, Santiago
URU146 URU 28
15 18 16 13 17       79
56 MIRSKY, Torvar
MANN, David
Polyester Girls AUS929 AUS 17 17 16 17 16 15       81
57 ZHUANG, Xuehai
WEN, Zijin
Nautica CHN1009 CHN 15 12 18 20 20 18       83
58 DE KOCK, Joe
Seiko Velatura RSA010 RSA 16 20 18 21 15 15       84
59 FENWICK, Andrew
Pocket Rocket 1063 NZL 14 23 20 20 17 14       85
60 KELLY, Paul
Fluid AUS767 AUS 19 21 19 18 21 17       94
61 BLOCH, Sidney
BRA926 BRA 21 19 12 28
21 23       96
Oshin AUS411 AUS 19 21 13 27 22 21       96
63 ZHOU , Boxiong
LIN, Wuzhi
Nautica CHN1008 CHN 28
18 22 18 14 24       96
64 HU, Xianqiang
LI, Fei
Nautica CHN923 CHN 20 23 15 22 22 17       96
65 GODMAN, Rory
Mourphes NZL811 NZL 28
24 15 21 18 20       98
Spineless AUS932 AUS 17 21 19 22 28
19       98
67 CHURCHER, Andrew
Jemma the Bushpig 762 AUS 21 17 21 21 24 22       102
68 GOMES, Henrique
Porto Seguro 149 BRA 28
22 21 20 20 20       103
69 DONNER, Kristoffer
Aktia FIN204 FIN 20 19 22 23 28
21       105
70 ARCHIBALD, Andrew
NZL433 NZL 22 16 25 23 23 22       106
71 ROUGHLEY, Hamish
GORDON, Murray
PPCC AUS674 AUS 22 22 23 25 20 26       112
72 DRESSLER, Cooper
500 USA 24 27 24 26 18 22       114
73 NOLAN, Ross
Seiko Velatura IRL691 IRL 24 22 20 23 26 26       115
74 BROOMAN, Matthew
Kemeny's AUS164 AUS 23 26 25 24 19 25       116
75 BROWNIE, Nicholas
WALL, Kynan
Wild Wilbur AUS435 AUS 23 23 24 24 23 24       117
GRANT, Jamie
Pine Time 230 AUS 26 24 23 24 24 23       118
77 BUCKINGHAM, Mitchell
Sirocco AUS423 AUS 21 27 28
26 26 24       124
Chickn'Wings AUS768 AUS 22 26 28
25 25 27       125
SPENCER, Jonathan
FKP Property Group 766 AUS 28
25 26 25 25 25       126
80 GAVIN, Aron
PEARMAN, Lachlan
AUS678 AUS 25 25 26 28
27 25       128
81 AUSTIN, Timothy
ROOKLYN, Warwick
007 AUS1007 AUS 28

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