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Silver for Martin Evans at Radial Youth Worlds

'Martin Evans (GBR) wins Race 12 and takes the silver medal in the Laser Radial Youth - Mens Worlds at Takapuna, NZL'    © Richard Gladwell    Click Here to view large photo

Britain's Martin Evans won Silver at the Laser Radial Men’s and Youth Worlds which finished in New Zealand Saturday. Andy Maloney of New Zealand was the winner and Max Moerman Maarten of the Netherlands took third. In the Youth women'd event, Gabrielle King of Australia won ahead of Sarah Gunni of Denmark. In the Men's event Canadian Michael Leigh took the title.

The final day of racing showed similar conditions to what the sailors have experienced all week, fifteen knot north-easterlies with a reasonable swell, making it another easy day for the race committee to get all races away.

Andy Maloney of New Zealand has comfortably taken out the Youth Men’s title, cruising to a seven point lead ahead of Martin Evans of Britain. Max Moerman Maarten from the Netherlands fought his way back to finish in third place.

In the Youth female contest, the title came down to the last race between Australian Gabrielle King and Cushla Hume-Merry from New Zealand. Gabrielle finishing first and Cushla second, secured the title for Gabrielle on a count back. Sarah Gunni of Denmark had third and ninth placings in the races today to hold onto third place.

Chole Martin was the best placed GBR competitor at eighth, with Melissa Addy ninth and Hannah Diamond eleventh.

Canadian Michael Leigh had another top day today with a first and second placing to prove again why he has finished top of the Men’s fleet. Brad Funk from the USA came in a very comfortable second with a fourteen point gap over third place, taken by Simon Morgan of Australia after having another consistent day to finish up on forty points. Ben Paton from Britain finished in eleventh place.

Prize giving will be held tonight at the North Harbour stadium to wrap up the Laser Radial Men and Youth Contests. This marks the final event undertaken by Takapuna Boating Club over the past four months, who would like to thank all the volunteers and sponsors involved.

Youth Radial Men - Final leading Results

1 NZL 181961 Maloney Andrew 25.0 3 1 1 1 3 (ocs) 1 4 2 2 (14) 7
2 GBR 189362 Evans Martin 32.0 10 (12) 1 2 3 1 2 4 3 5 (12) 1
3 NED 178640 Moerman Maarten Max 34.0 (20) 9 2 4 1 2 3 (14) 5 1 4 3
4 AUS 191612 Burton Tom 37.0 10 (bfd) 3 3 2 1 6 6 1 3 (20) 2
5 NZL 190332 Meech Sam 39.0 6 2 2 6 (11) 6 1 (34) 4 7 1 4
6 FRA 188506 Florent Blais 49.0 (8) 2 6 3 4 7 5 1 6 (11) 5 10
7 GBR 187491 Spencer James 63.0 5 5 3 9 4 5 2 (24) 11 6 (13) 13
8 NZL 188807 Saunders Jason 64.0 5 10 4 2 (12) 3 4 3 14 4 (30) 15
9 BRA 189532 Pereira Guilherme 74.0 1 3 6 5 9 8 4 (10) 8 (28) 22 8
10 SLO 185409 Pletikos Nik 77.0 13 (bfd) 5 7 9 3 8 5 (15) 12 10 5
11 NZL 185381 McKee Cameron 77.0 2 4 (18) 10 2 4 3 1 (39) 17 18 16
12 GRE 188230 Kiourtzis Alexandros 80.0 11 15 4 1 19 2 7 (11) 9 10 2 (32)
13 IRL 191247 Penney Chris 80.0 2 6 7 8 1 8 9 (11) 13 15 (19) 11
14 USA 190374 Wallace John 86.0 (24) (bfd) 5 7 7 4 6 9 10 8 11 19
15 NZL 181998 Deegan Luke 99.0 3 6 8 6 8 24 5 (bfd) 20 13 (27) 6
16 BRA 159694 Mazzaferro Stefano 104.0 4 9 7 4 (25) 7 9 (27) 24 16 15 9
17 NED 184292 Ter Haar Sierk Jan 112.0 9 3 11 10 5 5 8 (13) 31 18 (41) 12
18 NZL 191623 Dow Travis 118.0 9 4 12 11 6 (18) 13 2 16 21 24 (28)
19 GBR 178751 Cornthwaite Jak 130.0 28 (bfd) 12 5 10 12 12 12 7 9 (37) 23
20 NZL 185378 Vincent Matt 130.0 1 1 8 8 (17) 14 7 7 27 (ocs) 33 24

Youth Radial Women - Final leading Results

1 AUS 186668 King Gabrielle 20.0pts (4) 1 1 (7) 4 2 1 2 4 3 1 1
2 NZL 192278 Hume-Merry Cushla 20.0 2 2 2 1 (6) 1 2 (17) 1 1 6 2
3 DEN 184984 Gunni Sarah 34.0 1 (bfd) 3 2 5 4 3 (13) 2 2 3 9
4 FRA 191365 de Kerangat Mathilde 48.0 (11) 3 7 (11) 7 3 5 1 6 5 8 3
5 IRL 190587 Murphy Annalise 49.0 (17) 4 6 4 3 9 4 (18) 5 4 5 5
6 USA 182841 Dennis Claire 58.0 3 7 (9) 6 2 7 8 (14) 9 7 2 7
7 DEN 192694 Hall Cathrine 64.0 19 (bfd) 4 5 1 (ocs) 7 4 3 8 9 4
8 GBR 190565 Martin Chloe 78.0 6 6 12 (15) 13 6 9 3 10 (14) 7 6
9 GBR 189200 Addy Melissa 80.0 7 10 (25) 9 (ocs) 8 6 6 13 9 4 8
10 AUS 191626 Stoddart Ashley 98.0 (15) 5 5 10 11 13 (14) 12 8 10 14 10
11 GBR 192581 Diamond Hannah 104.0 8 11 (15) 12 15 5 12 (20) 7 11 11 12
12 GRE 189252 Agrafioti Anna 107.0 (24) 13 13 16 12 10 10 5 12 6 10 (22)
13 ISV 193077 Roller Mayumi 144.0 10 9 19 (22) 9 19 (dnf) 11 17 20 15 15
14 NZL 181720 Tootill Sarah 154.0 16 12 16 (19) 14 17 15 (30) 19 19 13 13
15 USA 183905 Billing Emily 164.0 5 (dsq) 11 8 8 11 11 (dnf) 14 18 dne dnf
16 CRO 182690 Dujmovic Marina 170.0 (29) 14 14 20 24 14 17 9 16 22 (26) 20
17 NZL 191620 Basevi Rachel 172.0 (25) 22 20 17 16 21 18 (25) 11 12 12 23
18 GRE 165211 Psoma Antonia 173.0 20 15 17 (26) 17 18 13 19 20 17 17 (21)
19 ITA 185388 Fabbri Matilde 175.0 (26) 21 10 (23) 10 23 21 16 18 21 16 19
20 NZL 191617 Barrell Jessica 179.0 22 25 (30) 14 18 12 (34) 8 21 13 22 24
21 GBR 184854 Platts Sophie 184.0 23 19 22 18 20 16 16 (31) (dnf) 15 21 14

Radial Men - Final leading Results

1st CAN 175948 Leigh Michael (2) 2 1 1 1 1 2 (10) 2 2 1 2 27 15
2nd USA 184454 Funk Brad 1 3 2 2 5 2 (72 DNC) (7) 3 1 4 1 103 24
3rd AUS 169430 Morgan Simon 7 (72 BFD) 5 3 2 4 6 (38) 1 4 3 5 150 40
4th U21 NZL 184685 Sandall James 6 1 (13) 7 9 5 1 1 5 (13) 7 7 75 49
5th U21 AUS 188795 Burman James (18) 4 6 4 4 (11) 8 5 4 3 8 8 83 54
6th U21 NZL 181880 Andrews Max 8 (24) 9 5 3 9 3 2 7 16 (30) 14 130 76
7th FRA 190888 Frei Mathieu 4 9 7 (22) 7 13 4 12 10 9 (14) 3 114 78
8th NZL 187891 McLay Blair (22) 7 8 6 14 (17) 7 13 6 8 11 9 128 89
9th U21 FRA 186634 Leseigneur Malo 9 (20) 14 13 11 8 5 (18) 9 15 2 6 130 92
10th U21 NED 181979 Pelt Gijs 3 10 12 8 6 6 14 (44) 14 20 (23) 4 164 97
11th GBR 182523 Paton Ben 23 12 15 14 8 (33) 9 11 19 12 5 (31) 192 128
12th U21 AUS 192291 Palk Ryan 15 5 (25) 11 21 3 12 (37) 16 6 20 21 192 130
13th NZL 181311 Orams Mark (25) 15 4 15 20 20 15 (47) 8 11 9 20 209 137
14th U21 AUS 192290 Hauschildt Klade (29) 14 19 16 17 18 10 8 18 17 15 (23) 204 152
15th NED 185392 Mackelenbergh Rodie 32 16 3 20 10 12 11 (42) 17 14 21 (33) 231 156
16th NZL 161262 Geale Jason 26 (72 BFD) 10 12 16 10 13 30 11 7 22 (72 DNF) 301 157
17th NED 192302 Koppelaar Ben 21 11 21 23 (31) 15 (72 OCS) 6 25 18 13 22 278 175
18th U21 NZL 188801 Hume-Merry Aaron (54) 25 20 19 24 14 21 (45) 12 5 17 25 281 182
19th NZL 192618 Winter Martin 31 (72 BFD) 24 9 15 (72 OCS) 16 22 13 21 18 17 330 186
20th ITA 181441 Baruzzi Marco 16 21 (35) 21 27 23 26 4 (34) 27 10 18 262 193

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