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  2006 ISAF World Sailing Games
 
  Date 10 May - 20 May
  Description Classes include RS:X, Laser and Laser R, Hobie 16, 470, 49er, Tiger.

Entrants from around the world will test their skill and ability, sailing on Lake Neusiedl.

Organising Authority: ISAF World Sailing Games 2006 Durchführungsgesellschaft mbH, on behalf of the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) and the Austrian Sailing Federation.

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sail-world.com -- News - 2006 ISAF World Sailing Games Wed, 10 May 2006 to Sat, 20 May 2006



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Three Australian Golds ISAF World Sailing Games By Alistair Snell, 9:50 AM Mon 22 May 2006
Tom Slingsby lead the way for Australia with victory in the Laser fleet. Darren Bundock and Glenn Ashby followed with victory in the Hobie Tigers and then Nathan Wilmot and Malcolm Page won gold in the 470's. The three gold medals significantly helped Australia to forge ahead of the other teams and win the Kings Trophy which awarded to the best performing team at the event. ...
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Aussie sailors aiming for Triple crown By Media Services, 7:51 AM Mon 22 May 2006
Beijing Olympic medal aspirants Darren Bundock and Glenn Ashby have kicked off their quest for a triple crown of world sailing titles in just eight months by winning the ISAF world multihull title in Austria ...
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Chen wins gold in RS:X Racing Class By Xinhua - China Daily, LAKE NEUSIEDL, Austria , 4:31 PM Sun 21 May 2006
The young Chinese female sailor, Chen Qiubin successfully took the women's windsurfer RS:X's title in the final day competition of the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Sailing Games 2006 here on Saturday. ...
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Medal Results RS:X Class - World Sailing Games By Ailsa Angus, RS:X Racing Class , 7:50 AM Sun 21 May 2006
The weather reports summed up the final day of racing for entire RS:X fleet, one forecast predicted 28 knots, another 15 knots while the final forecast predicated 1 to 2 knots – they were all correct! ...
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Bundock and Ashby win ISAF Worlds Hobie Tigers By Event media/Sail-World, 7:02 AM Sun 21 May 2006
Australians Darren Bundock and Glen Ashby continue their Hyeres and Eurocat form winning the ISAF World Sailing Games title on Lake Neusiedl in the Hobie Tiger Class. ...
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Australians Rechichi and Parkinson second in 470's By Event media/Sail-World, 6:54 AM Sun 21 May 2006
Yesterday Ingrid PETITJEAN and Nadege DOUROUX (FRA) were the stars of the show on the 470 course, with a 1,2,1 day giving them a commanding ten point lead going into today’s Medal Races. PETITJEAN revealed their aim for today was simple, 'To stay close to the Australians'. ...
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Wilmot and Page win at ISAF World Games By Event Media/Sail-World, 6:48 AM Sun 21 May 2006
Racing in the Men’s 470 Medal Race got underway at 1200 UTC (1400 local time). By this time the breeze on Lake Neusiedl had picked up to ten knots from the southwest. World Champions Nathan WILMOT and Malcolm PAGE (AUS) had a five point lead over second place Benjamin BONNAUD and Romain BONNAUD (FRA), and right from the start the strategy of the Australians was clear - stop the French. ...
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US sailor Paige Railey wins Laser Radials By Judith Duller-Mayrhofer, 6:39 AM Sun 21 May 2006
Laser Radial Medal Race brought the ISAF World Sailing Games to a fitting close. World Championship gold and silver medallists, Paige RAILEY (USA) and Sophie DE TURCKHEIM (FRA)took first and second places from Australian Sarah BLANCK, a former Europe World Champion. ...
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Slingsby wins Laser Gold at ISAF Worlds By Judith Duller-Mayrhofer, 6:30 AM Sun 21 May 2006
At the start of racing, 21 year old Tom SLINGSBY (AUS) held a twelve point lead on his nearest rival and only challenger for the gold medal Thomas LE BRETON (FRA). Meanwhile Diego ROMERO (ARG) was 15 point clear of Paul GOODISON (GBR) in the bronze medal spot. ...
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ISAF World Sailing Games - Medal Day concludes By ISAF, 5:38 AM Sun 21 May 2006
The ten ISAF World Sailing Games titles have been decided on Lake Neusiedl today, with the Medal Races bringing a dramatic finale to the action in Austria. After a great performance today, Australia has claimed the King’s Trophy, led from the front by Tom SLINGSBY’s (AUS) opening victory in the Laser. The top ten competitors faced off against each other in a race judged on the water and scored at double points. All ten of the Medal Races could potentially have seen the gold medal change hands, whilst the battle for the King's Trophy was also incredibly tight, with both France and Australia tied on 39 points apiece going into the start of racing. ...
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ISAF World Sailing Games 2006 Day 10, Medal Race Entry List By Judith Duller-Mayrhofer, 3:18 PM Sat 20 May 2006
The Medal Races await at the ISAF World Sailing Games, after another excellent day of sailing on Lake Neusiedl. Australia and France were again to the fore, whilst some of the big names fell by the wayside in the fight for a place in tomorrow’s decisive races. ...
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ISAF Sailing Games are live on Sail.tv By ISAF, 9:17 AM Sat 20 May 2006
The Medal races in the ISAF World Sailing Games will be available live on Sail.TV. All you need is a broadband connection. The broadcast is FREE!! ...
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