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  Date 18 Sep - 24 Sep
  Description Click to the right to see the ISAF Open Multihull Tornado World Rankings

  Location Sydney Harbour
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  Event Type Race
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Sydney Harbour NSW
Mon, 18 Sep 2000 to Sun, 24 Sep 2000

  • 71-140
  • ISAF Open Multihull Tornado World Rankings 1-70


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    Athens 204 Olympic Classes News Tornado Sport in!! By ISAF Conference News, Scotland , 8:45 AM Thu 9 Nov 2000
    At the ISAF annual November conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, the Events Committee have elected that the Tornado Sport will be the new Olympic catamaran class for the 2004 Olympics in Athens ...
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    Tornado Sport- lobbies for 2004 By Mitch Booth, Lake Garda , 7:20 PM Mon 23 Oct 2000
    The ISAF is scheduled to determine the Olympic classes for Athens 2004. The lobbying is starting already. After all if you don't shout your classes virtues to the roof tops, who will? ...
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    Interview with Tom Schnackenberg By Isabelle Musy, Rushcutter's Bay , 11:14 AM Wed 27 Sep 2000
    Audio interview with Tom Schnackenberg, New Zealand Technical Sailing Coach. ...
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    Austria Gold, Australia Silver, German Bronze in Tornado class. By News Editor, Rushcutters Bay , 1:44 PM Sun 24 Sep 2000
    The Gold medal went to second world ranked Roman Hagara and Hans-Peter Steinacher in the Tornado class, while they relaxed on shore. ...
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    Relaxed Australians gave the Tornado fleet a sailing lesson, while Germans Bronze. By News Editor, Rushcutters Bay , 12:45 PM Sun 24 Sep 2000
    Relaxed Australians Darren Bundock & John Forbes in the final Tornado race of the Sydney 2000 regatta showed that in stronger breezes they can dominate their class. ...
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    Silver Medallists Bundy & Forbes, win, while French & Germans fight for Bronze. By News Editor, Rushcutters Bay , 11:27 AM Sun 24 Sep 2000
    The Australians Bundock & Forbes were partying till midnight and then some…celebrating their Silver medal win however they are out on the race course now ...
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    FOUR WAY RACE FOR TORNADO BRONZE By Ian Grant, Rushcutters Bay , 5:39 AM Sun 24 Sep 2000
    A serious wrist injury in a bicycle accident has not prevented the tenacious French skipper Pierre Pennec from being involved in a battle for the Tornado class Bronze Medal. ...
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    AUSSIES WIN TORNADO SILVER MEDAL. By Ian Grant., Rushcutters Bay , 2:50 PM Sat 23 Sep 2000
    Darren Bundock and John Forbes retained Australia's top ranking in the demanding sport of Olympic Tornado catamaran class racing when they won the Silver Medal in Sydney today. ...
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    AUSTRIAN TORNADO CREW CREATE HISTORY By Ian Grant, Rushcutters Bay , 7:08 AM Sat 23 Sep 2000
    Roman Hagara and Hans-Peter Steinacher created their own special place in Olympic sailing history yesterday when they won the Tornado class Gold Medal with two races to spare. ...
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    AUSTRIA SURE OF GOLD IN TORNADO'S By Ian Grant, Rushcutters Bay , 4:28 PM Fri 22 Sep 2000
    Roman Hagara and Hans-Peter Steinacher firmed their grip on the 2000 Olympic Games Tornado Catamaran Gold Medal with a brilliant light wind performance today. ...
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    HAGARA AND STEINACHER HAVE GRIP ON GOLD. By Ian Grant., Rushcutters Bay , 2:17 PM Fri 22 Sep 2000
    Roman Hagara and his highly talented crew mate Hans-Peter Steinacher have a Tornado Catamaran Gold Medal in sight ...
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    AUSSIES NEED GRUNT IN THE BREEZE By Ian Grant, Rushcutters Bay , 8:14 AM Fri 22 Sep 2000
    Australia's high performance Tornado catamaran crew of Darren Bundock and John Forbes need a big favour from 'Old Hughie' the sailors fictitious weather prophet to salvage their Olympic prospects ...
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