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Delta Lloyd Regatta - Fierce battle on day 2 + Video

'Fierce battle for the ladies in RS:X'    Sander van der Borch ©

Day two of the 2012 Delta Lloyd Regatta got underway with very little wind. As the day progressed, the wind would slightly increase for the Sailing World Cup battle. Competition amongst the ladies in the RS:X Class was fierce. Hayley Chan from Hong Kong took the lead from the Norwegian Jannicke Stalstrom and the 20-year-old Dutch woman Lilian de Geus also reported for battle - achieving a victory in the sixth race, which currently puts her in fourth place on the leaderboard.

In the Lasers, the Dutchman Roelof Bouwmeester took the first place from his compatriot and training partner Rutger van Schaardenburg. The difference between the two ‘Dutchies’ was a mere two points.

A thrilling battle ensued amongst the ladies in the RS:X Class on Wednesday. Hayley Chan worked herself up to the top position by winning the fourth race and then finishing second and eighth. She has a two point lead on the Italian Flavia Tartaglini, who initially did not want to start in Medemblik when she failed to obtain a ticket for the Olympics in London.

Bouwmeester takes lead in Laser -  Sander van der Borch ©  
'I wanted to change my programme and stop competing in RS:X. My coach convinced me to finish the programme we had planned out for this year after all. I was not in a good mood when I arrived in Medemblik, but now that I’m in second place after two days, I do want to win. I won’t stop sailing and I think you will see me in a boat again. I’d like to keep going for a while. Sailing is my life,' said the Italian, who is at the top of the leaderboard after four World Cup competitions.

Lilian de Geus surprised everyone with a victory in the sixth and last race of the day. The young, 20-year-old Dutch girl was extremely happy. 'I am showing people that I can compete at the top. I have come close to winning before and just fell short. Now I finally have,' said the Dutch girl, who did not make the Olympics either and was all the more disappointed that RS:X will be taken off the Olympic programme after London 2012. 'I was mainly preparing for Rio 2016. There’s no point in that now.' De Geus will focus on Kitesurfing which will replace RS:X.

In the Lasers, Roelof Bouwmeester rose to first place on the leaderboard. He obtained two second places and a sixth place. He has a two point lead on his compatriot Rutger van Schaardenburg, who was the top scorer after the first day. 'I sailed really well,' said the number one on the leaderboard, who is competing with Van Schaardenburg for a Dutch Olympic ticket.

For the male windsurfers in the RS:X Class, the Israli Sharar Zubari remains in first place for the second day. Like Tuesday, he won two races and came in sixth for one. With his six points, he has created a gap between himself and the French number two Pierre le Coq (15). Zubari’s compatriot Nimrod Mashiah, with whom Zubari is competing for the Olympic qualification, fell to seventh place as a result of a bad day.

Results:

24MR:

Rank

Country

Skipper

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

Points

1

 NED

Schmitter Thierry

1

2

4

10

1

8

2

 GBR

Pascoe Megan

9

3

3

1

3

10

3

 GBR

Lucas Helena

4

5

8

3

2

14

4

 NED

Kol Barend

2

7

2

7

4

15

5

 USA

Le BLANC Mark

7

1

1

13

10

19

6

 CAN

Tingley Paul

6

8

6

5

7

24

7

 NED

Rademaker Andre

3

6

9

16

11

29

8

 FIN

Salomaa Niko

10

9

11

4

6

29

9

 AUS

Bugg Matt

8

4

12

9

9

30

10

 GBR

Whittingham-Jones Martin

11

13

5

2

13

31

11

 ITA

Olmi Fabrizio

19

10

13

12

5

40

12

 NZL

Willcock Brett

5

12

10

14

15

41

13

 GBR

Stowe Iain

15

15

19

6

8

44

14

 FRA

Cantin Kevin

13

18

7

8

16

44

15

 NZL

Francis Paul

12

11

17

11

12

46

16

 USA

Evans Daniel

16.5

16

14

17

14

60.5

17

 GBR

Bullmore Stephen

14

14

15

18

18

61

18

 GBR

Street Will

16.5

20

16

15

17

64.5

19

 ITA

D'agaro Cristiano

18

17

DNF

19

20

74

20

 NED

Zuidervaart Jasper

20

19

18

20

19

76

 Laser:

Rank

Country

Skipper

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

Points

1

 NED

Bouwmeester Roelof

4

17

1

2

6

2

15

2

 NED

Van SCHAARDENBURG Rutger

1

1

10

14

1

4

17

3

 FRA

Bernaz Jean-Baptiste

9

9

2

1

13

9

30

4

 CRO

Vujasinovic Milan

3

5

7

15

3

21

33

5

 NED

Van VIANEN Eduardo

20

7

8

10

5

5

35

6

 SUI

Bottoni Christoph

23

14

5

12

7

1

39

7

 NED

Hummel Yuri

14

33

9

9

2

7

41

8

 EST

Rammo Karl-Martin

7

12

3

20

16

3

41

9

 NED

Heiner Nicholas

5

10

4

6

20

17

42

10

 FRA

Naud Mattis

8

24

16

4

8

6

42

11

 USA

Buckingham Charlie

2

18

6

28

11

10

47

12

 CHI

Del SOLAR Matias

22

2

22

5

17

8

54

13

 KOR

Ha Jee Min

10

4

14

23

21

13

62

14

 NOR

Ruth Kristian

29

OCS

15

3

4

16

67

15

 FIN

Westman Fredrik

15

13

18

31

10

11

67

16

 ISV

Thompson Cy

OCS

20

19

8

9

15

71

17

 BEL

Van LAER Wannes

16

16

31

7

23

12

74

18

 NED

Broekens Douwe

17

15

11

30

12

22

77

19

 CAN

Davis Robert

6

8

40

16

26

23

79

20

 SIN

Cheng Colin

25

3

35

22

24

14

88

21

 CAN

Ramshaw Tom

37

6

13

35

14

26

94

22

 FRA

Ferrer Jules

12

21

25

24

22

18

97

23

 ITA

Spadoni Alessio

21

11

20

18

32

36

102

24

 NED

Ter HAAR Sierk Jan

26

23

12

13

40

30

104

25

 CRO

Mihelic Daniel

13

26

23

26

34

20

108

26

 GBR

Cornish Ben

31

19

21

11

27

38

109

27

 SWE

Tidemand Holger

19

40

26

21

25

19

110

28

 FRA

Munos Antony

41

25

17

25

18

28

113

29

 AUS

Lilley Jake

33

22

24

36

15

32

126

30

 CAN

Martin Kyle

18

29

43

17

31

34

129

31

 CAN

Heinzemann Alexander

11

27

28

OCS

28

OCS

138

32

 FRA

Babonneau Nathan

24

31

37

19

39

29

140

33

 TUR

Cakir Mustafa

30

36

36

32

19

33

150

34

 CHI

Moraga Ignacio

27

35

30

27

35

37

154

35

 CAN

Mclaughlin Evert

34

37

41

29

30

27

157

36

 TUR

Bilgen Onur

36

41

29

40

29

24

158

37

 AUS

Sulkowski Ki-Raphael

28

32

27

38

41

OCS

166

38

 BEL

Balcaen Lander

39

28

32

34

36

OCS

169

39

 MEX

Montemayor Ricardo

32

38

39

33

38

31

172

40

 CAN

Ryder Matthew

38

39

33

41

33

35

178

41

 IRL

Russell Chris

40

42

34

39

43

25

180

42

 CAN

Norton Justin

42

34

38

37

37

40

186

43

 NED

Moerman Maarten Max

35

30

42

OCS

42

39

188


RS-X Men:

Rank

Country

Skipper

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

Points

1

 ISR

Zubari Shahar

1

1

2

1

6

1

6

2

 FRA

Le COQ Pierre

2

2

5

4

4

3

15

3

 ISR

Sofer Omer

5

13

9

2

2

2

20

4

 FRA

Hug Louis Benoit

10

8

3

6

1

5

23

5

 ESP

Moreno Vega Juan Manuel

4

9

7

3

3

8

25

6

 UKR

Oberemko Maksym

9

3

8

7

5

7

30

7

 ISR

Mashiah Nimrod

6

7

1

9

9

18

32

8

 ARG

Reutemann Mariano

3

4

10

10

7

23

34

9

 HKG

Leung Ho Tsun Andy

7

6

6

5

11

11

35

10

 FRA

Tillier Benjamin

12

10

12

8

8

6

44

11

 LTU

Bernotas Juozas

13

12

4

15

13

10

52

12

 FRA

Noesmoen Pierre

8

11

17

12

15

9

55

13

 NOR

Wang-Hansen Sebastian

11

5

11

16

17

19

60

14

 ISR

Asulin Ron

17

20

14

11

12

13

67

15

 FRA

Hirtzmann Paul

19

18

18

14

10

15

75

16

 SIN

Ong Leonard

16

22

22

18

20

4

80

17

VEN

Flores Perez Daniel

14

19

16

20

OCS

12

81

18

 GER

Delle Leon

18

14

19

17

14

OCS

82

19

 LTU

Juodeska Martynas

15

15

20

22

19

21

90

20

 FRA

Gasparian Alexandie

21

25

24

13

18

17

93

21

 FRA

Longy Benjamin

22

17

13

26

22

25

99

22

 GER

Gotzke Nikolas

25

24

23

23

16

14

100

23

 CRO

Mratovic Luka

20

23

15

19

25

24

101

24

 AUS

Baillie Luke

24

16

OCS

25

23

20

108

25

 POL

Handke Jan

DPI

21

DPI

21

24

22

114

26

 BLR

Zhukavets Mikalai

DNC

DNC

DNC

24

21

16

115

 RS-X Women:

Rank

Country

Skipper

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

Points

1

 HKG

Chan Hei Man Hayley Victoria

2

3

3

1

2

8

11

2

 ITA

Tartaglini Flavia

3

2

1

7

4

3

13

3

 NOR

Stalstrom Jannicke

1

1

2

4

6

6

14

4

 NED

De GEUS Lilian

12

5

4

6

3

1

19

5

 AUS

Crisp Jessica

7

6

6

3

1

4

20

6

 GRE

Skarlatou Angeliki

4

9

5

2

14

2

22

7

 POL

Dziarnowska Maja

9

7

8

5

7

7

34

8

 POL

Bilska Agnieszka

5

4

7

12

DNF

DPI

42

9

 NOR

Mollestad Maria Aadland

11

11

15

14

5

5

46

10

 POL

Zembrzuska Hanna

8

13

11

9

8

10

46

11

 FRA

Noesmoen Helene

10

12

9

8

9

11

47

12

 FRA

Clidane Humeau

6

10

12

10

11

15

49

13

 NZL

Williams Steffanie

13

8

10

17

12

12

55

14

 NED

Wennekes Sara

16

15

13

11

13

18

68

15

 AUS

Sterling Joanna

15

14

14

13

15

14

70

16

 POR

Souza-Mendelblatt Carolina

14

16

16

16

10

17

72

17

 USA

Sayre Solvig

18

18

18

15

16

13

80

18

 SIN

Ng Amanda

17

17

17

19

17

16

84

19

 SWE

Baumann Fanny

19

19

19

18

18

19

93


Sonar:

Rank

Country

Skipper

Crew 1

Crew 2

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

Points

1

 FRA

Jourdren Bruno

Vimont-Vicary Nicolas

Flaguel Eric

2

3

1

1

2

6

2

 NOR

Wang-Hansen Aleksander

Solberg Marie

Kristiansen Per Eugen

1

1

4

4

4

10

3

 AUS

Harrison Colin

Churm Stephen

Harris Johnathan

5

5

2

2

1

10

4

 NED

Hessels Udo

Rossen Mischa

Van De Veen Marcel

3

2

3

3

7

11

5

 CAN

Millar Bruce

Campbell Logan

Lutes Scott

4

6

7

5

3

18

6

 IRL

Twomey John

Hegarty Anthony

Costello Ian

6

4

5

8

6

21

7

 GRE

Christoforou Vasilis

Alexas Thodoris

Notaroglou Argiris

7

7

6

6

5

24

8

 ITA

Squizzato Antonio

Dighe Massimo

Protopapa Paola

8

8

8

7

8

31

9

 AUT

Reiger Sven

Badstober Kurt

Rath Edmund

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

44

9

 GBR

Robertson John

Stodel Hannah

Thomas Steve

RAF

RAF

RAF

RAF

RAF

44




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The last day of the Airwaves Noumea PWA Dream Cup saw a grandstand finale to the 2014 PWA World Tour as the morning showers finally cleared to allow the wind to fill in and the respective titles to be decided. With the racing beginning later than scheduled the title race came down to one final race, which would ultimately decide the title. ... [more]  

Sometime during last night’s moonless gloom in the Volvo Ocean Race, the masthead lights of Dongfeng and Mapfre appeared to the west, maybe right where they would have been if we had jibed with the fleet the previous day. To say that was a relief is an understatement-that we are back in touch, back in the fray near the front, it keeps everyone motivated and pushing a little bit harder. ... [more]  

Olympic medal-winning skipper Ian Walker, from Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing (ADOR) – the emirate’s Volvo Ocean Race contesting squad – recently took time out of his hectic schedule while he was in Cape Town, as the team prepared for Leg 2 of the race to catch-up with students at The British School Al Khubairat via a video call. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race – Team SCA’s super fan
ISAF Sailing World Cup Final: Abu Dhabi Sailing Instructions published
ISAF Sailing World Cup Final - Italian 49erFX duo ready for action
St Barth Cata Cup day 3
Volvo Ocean Race: Racing between a Rock and a Hard Place
Volvo Ocean Race - Position report at: 24 Nov 0700 UTC
2014 RC44 Championship Tour trophy – Video highlights
Volvo Ocean Race - Position report at: 23 Nov 1930 UTC
Volvo Ocean Race - Position report at: 23 Nov 0748 UTC
Gladwell's Line: The America's Cup is now Bermuda's Cup? *Feature
VX ONE Winter Series - Norris and Family earn first weekend victory
RC44 Oman Cup - Nika wins and Team Aqua clinch their fourth RC44 title
18ft Skiffs: Club Championship, Cordukes Clubhouse Trophy - Race three
Volvo Ocean Race: On board with Abu Dhabi - torn sail and where to go? *Feature
2014 Argo Group Gold Cup - Bermuda shines
2014 Turkey Day Regatta – Day 1
Airwaves Noumea PWA Dream Cup - Delphine Cousin officially world champ
Volvo Ocean Race: A man's got to do what a man's got to do
RC44 Championship Tour - A great sailing day on the Gulf of Oman
Sail-World Team holds first Continental Conference at METS
ISAF Sailing World Cup Final - Open Formula Kiteboarding event preview   
Volvo Ocean Race: Fleet heads into the Southern Ocean + Videos *Feature   
ISAF Sailing World Cup Final - Set to be an 'experience of a lifetime'   
America's Cup: Source named in Bermuda venue leak *Feature   
2014 RC44 Oman Cup - Challenging day + Videos   
Volvo Ocean Race: A bumpy, hard driving ride in the Southern Ocean   
EPA punts on renewable fuel standard   
Yates Cup: US supermaxi Rio100 wins first offshore race + Video *Feature   
Airwaves Noumea PWA Dream Cup - Men’s title race takes a twist   
RC44 Oman Cup - Consistency hard to come by   
Volvo Ocean Race - Discomfort takes over for Team Alvimedica   
Volvo Ocean Race - Rapid change for Team SCA   
Viper 640 event at Lake Garda - 22-26th June 2015   
British Cycling grows by over 500%, can sailing do the same?   
GC32 Racing Tour 2015 - Dates and venues   
Class 40-footers to be featured in 2015 Annapolis-to-Newport Race   
Spectacular performance by Bakewell-White maxi early in first race *Feature   
Airwaves Noumea PWA Dream Cup - Big strides for Cousin and Moussilmani   
America's Cup: Team New Zealand responds to Venue rumours *Feature   
ORC reveals rule improvements for 2015   


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