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470 Open European Championship

Second day of the 470 European Championships on Lake Garda, Italy. Races 2 and Race 3 took place today in wonderful Garda conditions. Sunny again, with a wind strength around 10 knots throughout both races. After three qualifying races Britain's Nic Asher and Elliot Willis are in ninth place and Luke Patience and Chris Grube in 36th place.

On Alpha course, further South down the lake, the wind came in first and racing started with the ladies fleet. Both races ware closely contested, but the USA team of Amanda Clark/Sarah Mergenthaler started well, going right into an early lead, and taking the bullet for both races, putting them in overall lead in the Regatta. They were followed in Race 2 by Emanuelle Rol/Anne-Sophie Thilo (SUI) and Niki Kornecki/Vered Bouskila (ISR), and, in Race 3 by Ai Kondo/Naoko Kamata (JPN) in second and Rol/Thilo third.

On Bravo course, there were two clean starts for both Yellow and Blue fleets.

The Red fleet, following the ladies on Alpha course were also well behaved at the start. A day of mixed fortunes in the male/mixed fleets, with Pierre Leboucher/Pierre Garos (FRA) the most consistent with a 2, 1 in their fleet. Other fleet races were won, in Race 2, by Janvier Conte/Juan de la Fuente (ARG), Mikhail and Maxim Sheremetyev (RUS), and Ryunosuke Harada/Yoshida Yuugo (JPN).

In Race 3 for the Yellow fleet, the New Zealand boat (212), sailed by Carl Evans/Peter Burling, had a good start, keeping left/middle to arrive fifth at the windward mark. A great run saw them first at the first leeward mark, a lead that they held until the end, closely followed by Cheul Yoon/Hyeongtae Kim (KOR 96) and Martin Hauptmann/Timo Corrosch (GER 17) in third.

A start of 08:00hrs is planned for tomorrows racing, so the Italian and Netherland boats will have to take care when watching their football teams compete in Euro 2008!

470 - Men after 3 races

1 FRA 44 Leboucher Pierre, Garos Vincent 7,0pts 4 2 1
2 KOR 96 Yoon Cheul, Kim Hyeongtae 11,0 4 5 2
3 ARG 70 Conte Javier, De la Fuente Juan 14,0 2 1 11
4 RUS 2 Sheremetyev Mikhail, Sheremetyev Maxim 15,0 2 1 12
5 JPN 4293 Harada Ryunosuke, Yuugo Yoshida 15,0 6 1 8
6 FRA 27 Bouvet Sofian, Mion Jeremie 16,0 9 5 2
7 ISR 7 Kliger Gideon, Gal Udi 16,0 4 4 8
8 NED 8 Peeters Bart, Bakker Olivier 17,0 2 11 4
9 GBR 828 Asher Nic, Willis Elliot 17,0 6 7 4
10 GER 17 Hauptmann Martin, Chorrosch Timo 19,0 5 11 3
11 BRA 187 Pillar Fabio, Albrecht Samuel 20,0 3 3 14
12 CAN 606 Locas Stephane, Bone Oliver 22,0 8 13 1
13 JPN 4271 Yuya Ishikawa, Yanagawa Shouichi 22,0 10 6 6
14 CRO 83 Fantela Sime, Marenic Igor 25,0 16 2 7
15 ISR 9 Levine Eyal, Yam Amir 25,0 17 3 5
16 GER 4943 Goltz Alexander, Gruning Mathias 25,0 3 8 14
17 NED 77 LeFevre Steven, Krol Steven 28,0 1 8 19
18 AUT 3 Schmid Matthias, Reichsteadter Florian 28,0 14 9 5
19 GBR 817 Rogers Nick, Glanfield Joe 29,0 8 12 9
20 FRA 26 Nun Bertrand, Andrieu Nicolas 30,0 7 12 11
21 BLR 5 Desukevich Sergei, Logunov Pavel 31,0 1 24 6
22 FRA 29 Moriceau Simon, Guillarm Vincent 31,0 10 6 15
23 ITA 4 Dubbini Luca, Dubbini Roberto 32,0 20 2 10
24 ITA 11 Zeni Fabio, Pitanti Nicola 32,0 14 4 14
25 GER 4962 Seemann Arne, Haverland Lars 32,0 12 14 6
26 GER 11 Rieger Max, Rieger Moritz 33,0 17 3 13
27 FRA 12 Duron Nicolas, Duran Sebastien 35,0 11 8 16
28 GBR 832 Birrell Christian, Sneiber Dan 36,0 9 4 23
29 ITA 4429 Sivitz Kosuta Simon, Farneti Jas 37,0 5 29 3
30 GBR 814 Marsden Neil, Dobbson Ian 37,0 6 26 5
31 GER 74 Zepuntke Daniel, Baldewein Dustin 37,0 9 11 17
32 GRE 7 Vasilas Georgios, Papadopoulos Efstathios 37,0 13 14 10
33 NED 1 Coster Sven, Koster Kalle 38,0 1 16 21
34 NZL 212 Evans Carl, Burling Peter 38,0 19 18 1
35 FIN 7 Lindgren Niklas, Elomaa Heikki 40,0 7 13 20
36 GBR 834 Patience Luke, Grube Chris 41,0 3 22 16
37 SLO 16 Hmeljak Karlo, Nevecny Mitja 41,0 23 9 9
38 GER 21 Lindemann Christian, Kadelbach Hendrik 42,0 22 18 2
39 FRA 11 Bonnaud Benjamin, Bonnaud Romain 42,0 24 7 11
40 FRA 21 Rossignol Alexandre, Boudgourd David 42,0 7 16 19
41 POR 22 Marinho Alvaro, Nunes Miguel 44,0 ocs 5 7
42 ITA 10 Capodanno Alfredo, Guglielmo Giordano 45,0 11 26 8
43 SIN 5 Teo Whee Chin, Tan Benjamin 46,0 8 16 22
44 AUS 311 Wilmot Nathan, Malcom Page 46,0 21 13 12
45 BLR 11 Adzintsou Daniil, Meyer Kiryl 47,0 21 19 7
46 SUI 20 Minetti Mateo, Minetti Andrea 47,0 20 10 17
47 USA 1713 McNay Stu, Biehl Graham 48,0 25 20 3
48 SLO 21 Mikulin Mitja, Princic Sebastian 48,0 19 9 20
49 GRE 24 Verginadis Panagiotis, Vlachos Timos 48,0 26 12 10
50 GRE 16 Petikidis Dimitris, Kambitsis Argyris 49,0 17 10 22
51 TUR 890 Cinar Deniz, Cinar Ates 49,0 16 15 18
52 SUI 3 Erni Lukas, Sprecher Christian 50,0 27 10 13
53 ITA 44 Di Lorenzo Andrea, Moretti Stefano 50,0 15 19 16
54 GRE 1 Mantis Pagianotis, Kagialis Pavlos 50,0 18 17 15
55 BLR 9 Liaudanski Siarhei, Trayan Aliaksandr 51,0 13 7 31
56 GER 75 Naujock Denny, Zepuntke Philipp 52,0 13 27 12
57 KOR 77 Park Kyutae, Cho Sungmin 53,0 ocs 17 4
58 GBR 823 McGovern Jonny, Capener Max 53,0 18 6 29
59 FRA 3 Bishop Alex, Delpech Noe 53,0 12 20 21
60 AUS 368 Higgins Mathieu, Lynch Timothy 56,0 10 23 23
61 SUI 1415 Jutzi Vincent, Longchamp Regis 57,0 24 24 9
62 RUS 7 Chaus Vladimir, Gribanov Denis 57,0 11 25 21
63 ESP 7 Medina Jose Antonio, Jover Emilio 58,0 20 14 24
64 GER 4964 Elsner Tim, Syymanski Oliver 60,0 5 27 28
65 JPN 4294 Matsunaga Tetsuya, Ueno Taro 60,0 ocs 15 13
66 USA 1772 Modica Charles, Jensen Hans 60,0 19 18 23
67 SIN 6 Tay Roy, Chung Pei Ming 61,0 18 23 20
68 ITA 21 Sicignano Vincenzo, Capece Minutolo Corrado 61,0 22 21 18
69 NED 1038 Simons Dimitri, Pijnen Giorgios 62,0 15 21 26
70 IRL 7 Mac Colgàin Tuathal, Mac Colgàin Dualtach 62,0 22 23 17
71 FIN 141 Teemu Rantanen, Hamalainen Konsta 64,0 15 22 27
72 ITA 300 Savoini Emanuele, Savoini Enzio 65,0 14 21 30
73 MON 1 Minucci Fred, Holin Guillaume 66,0 12 28 26
74 ITA 33 Canaccini Claudio, Mayr Oscar 67,0 28 17 22
75 ITA 4414 Bertagna Francesco, Giannini Marco 68,0 29 15 24
76 FRA 8 Delahaye Fabien, Bosse Etienne 69,0 16 28 25
77 SIN 7 Xu Yuan Zhen, Koh Terence 69,0 ocs 19 18
78 POL 50 Piasecki Patryk, Zieminski Kacper 70,0 21 25 24
79 GRE 165 Kambouridis Panagiotis, Orologas Geranimos 71,0 ocs 20 19
80 ESP 9 Barreiros Onan, Sarmiento Aaron 74,0 ocs 27 15
81 ESP 753 Allemany Macia, Fullana Joan 74,0 27 22 25
82 UKR 27 Jakunin Sergey, Shandrinov Semen 79,0 24 30 25
83 SUI 1424 Schulte Christine, Schulte Bodo 80,0 29 24 27
84 FRA 2534 Champ Guillaume, Champ Didier 81,0 23 30 28
85 ITA 4370 Bigliazzi Andrea, Giuliano Ricardo 81,0 25 25 dsq
86 SUI 1413 Breitenstein Nelly, Schmid Andreas 82,0 25 31 26
87 UKR 18 Lositski Andrey, Shelest Sergey 82,0 26 29 27
88 NED 17 Vanden Hondel Bart, Bertoen Jelte 83,0 23 30 30
89 ITA 4434 Ajroldi Massimiliano, Garofalo Andrea 85,0 30 26 29
90 BUL 4910 Okov Slav, Vassilev Nikolay 85,0 28 28 29
91 ROU 101 Radu Mihai, Natache Laurentiu 87,0 30 29 28

470 - Women after 3 races

1 USA 1736 Clark Amanda, Mergenthaler Sarah 6,0 4 1 1
2 AUT 431 Vogl Sylvia, Flatscher Carolina 17,0 1 4 12
3 SUI 12 Rol Emanuelle, Thilo Anne-Sophie 18,0 13 2 3
4 DEN 143 Henriette Koch, Sommer Lene 24,0 3 12 9
5 JPN 4151 Kondo Ai, Kamata Naoko 32,0 5 25 2
6 AUS 357 Rechichi Elise, Parkinson Tessa 34,0 15 15 4
7 GER 4980 Wagner Annina, Steinherr Marlene 37,0 2 16 19
8 SLO 142 Dekleva Paoili Vesna, Maucec Klara 37,0 19 13 5
9 ISR 10 Kornecki Nike, Bouskila Vered 38,0 28 3 7
10 AUS 352 Omay Stacey, Hall Chelsea 38,0 11 21 6
11 GER 4983 Bochmann Annika, Lorenz Anika 39,0 9 9 21
12 USA 1768 Carapiet Molly, O'Bryan Vandemoer Molly 41,0 6 18 17
13 BLR 15 Aziyornaya Aliaksandra, Vernikovich Ala 41,0 17 14 10
14 CZE 1 Smidova Lenka, Mrzilkova Lenka 42,0 12 6 24
15 ESP 1788 Via Du-Fresne Natalia, Tutzo Laia 46,0 8 5 33
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