The 2004 Olympic Games – the Forbes perspective
By John Forbes - Tornado Olympic sailor,
7:52 AM Mon 6 Sep 2004
A typical Olympic campaign is based over a four-year program totalling 1,460 days (four years x 365 days). ...
Olympic Results:Tornado's Final Results
3:31 AM Sun 29 Aug 2004
Austrian's Roman Hagara and Hans Peter Steinacher, duplicated their Sydney win, second was USA then Argentina. Australian's Darren Bundock and John Forbes were sixth. ...
Olympics: Bundock and Forbes, down and up
By Bob Ross, Athens ,
8:50 AM Fri 27 Aug 2004
Australia’s Tornado crew Darren Bundock and John sailed a brilliant race to lead around all marks and win race ten at the Olympics by 57 seconds today. ...
Olympics Tornados Results Australians racing for Bronze
3:53 AM Fri 27 Aug 2004
Austrians leading from USA, Argentina third, Australian's Bundock and Forbes racing for Bronze. ...
Olympic Tornados Results after 8 races.
3:25 AM Thu 26 Aug 2004
Sydney Gold Medallist's Roman Hagara and Hans Peter Steinacher from Austria lead from USA, Australia's Darren Bundock and John Forbes are now third. ...
Tornado Results after six races
3:38 AM Tue 24 Aug 2004
Its USA from Australia, with Argentina third. Bundock and Forbes are seventh. ...
Olympic Tornados Results after four races
4:29 AM Mon 23 Aug 2004
The Americans John Lovel and Charlie Ogletree lead the Austrian Hagara, with Argentina third. Australia's Bundock and Forbes are eleventh. ...
Olympics Tornado Class Day One Results
4:11 AM Sun 22 Aug 2004
Austrians started with a bang, as did the American's. Australia's Bundock and Forbes nineth. ...
Don't be fooled, the Australians are coming
By ISAF Olympic Preview,
6:51 AM Wed 11 Aug 2004
Multiple World Champions and Tornado gurus Darren Bundock and John Forbes (AUS) were instrumental in the development of the turbocharged Tornado and their ability in the boat is unquestioned.
Don’t be lulled by their apparently low ranking position of ninth, this team have won four World Championship titles and a silver medal at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney. ...
Bundock and Forbes – looking to Athens
By Di Pearson,
7:25 AM Sun 25 Apr 2004
Darren Bundock and John Forbes returned to Australia this week to the cries of ‘what happened to you guys – you were out the back gate,’ referring to their sixth place at the Princess Sofia Trophy and their third overall at the Tornado World Championship, both sailed in Palma, Mallorca. ...
Olympic ambitions out the window in Europe
By New Zealand Herald,
7:14 AM Tue 20 Apr 2004
Two leading New Zealand athletes had their hopes of competing at the Athens Olympics dashed within hours of each other yesterday. ...
Australia relinquishes Tornado World title to Argentina
By Event Media/Sail-World,
7:30 AM Mon 19 Apr 2004
Santiago Lange and Carlos Espinola won the Tornado World Title 11 points ahead of the second placed Americans, John Lovell and Charlie Ogletree. ...
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