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2018 International 14 World Championships at Richmond Yacht Club - Overall

by Simon Butterworth 24 Aug 2018 21:34 PDT 16-25 August 2018

The British father son duo, Andy and Tom Partington, led into the final day with a six point margin closely being chased by three other International 14 teams. Wind was light but due to increase and the bets were favouring the Brits.

Hectic committee boat end start and the fleet split both sides. The top boats went left and concentrated on the port lay-line to the windward mark. Douglas Pattison and Mark Tait (GBR 1561) rounded first pursued by the Aussies, Mark Krstic and James Lanati. The four World Champion contenders were fighting through the fleet watching every step their rivals took.

Pattison and Tait lead throughout to take a well-deserved win with Krstic and Lanati following over the final finish line. The Partington's crept through with stealth gaining places throughout each leg, as has their performance throughout the regatta, to take another podium and the World Championships. The boys from Hayling Island Sailing Club were ecstatic and the infamous father hug or chock hold was repeated for the final time in San Francisco.

Overall Results:

PosSail NoBoat NameHelmCrewClubR1R2R3R4R5R6R7Pts
1GBR 1559Penguin DanceAndy PartingtonTom PartingtonHayling Island SC/ 11[25]613315
2GBR 1553ScrumpetNeale JonesEdward FitzGeraldISC/ 25[9]434523
3GER 28just in timeGeorg BorkensteinEike DietrichWSCW/ 3931[18]2725
4AUS 663Ronstan/Irwin sailsLindsay IrwinAndrew PerryBlack rock YC/ 56237[10]629
5AUS 656to late to stop nowmark krsticjames lanatiBRYC/ 82[12]9RDG1229.8
6GBR 1556Helly the PellyDaniel HolmanAlex KnightNetley Sailing club/ 4[DNF]13227432
7AUS 677Wang WangDavid HayterTrent NeighbourDPSS/ 9[13]1555833
8GBR 1561MarilynDouglas PattisonMark TaitItchenor Sailing Club/ 610[17]746134
9GBR 1530SMAsh itAndy FitzGEraldRich DobsonItchenor SC/ 784[39]98945
10USA 1162ErisMikey RadziejowskiEvan SjostedtSkiff Sailing Foundation/ [16]11118691358
11AUS 657Do you get it yet?Roger BlasseAndrew GilliganBlack Rock Yacht Club/ [DNF]351614111261
12AUS 672Alexander SailsDave AlexanderMatt BalmerCYCSA/ 12481211[18]1865
13GBR 1544PamelaAndy ShawRob StruckettItchenor SC/ 10[16]15108151068
14GBR 1517PoppetGeorge YeomanJack YeomanItchenor SC/ 1117[30]1510121176
15AUS 659Wembley PlumbingStuart SlossEike EhrigPerth Dinghy Sailing Club/ 1912614[21]131579
16GBR 1546Jungle FireCharles DuchesneAdam OvingtonItchenor Sailing Club/ 13722131517[OCS]87
17USA 1168MAPFRE InsurancePaul GalvezCameron McDonaldCBYC/DPYC/ 15187181720[30]95
18AUS 676The JokerAnthony AndersonDan VaughanMcCrae Yacht Club/ 17[DNF]201716141498
19AUS 637Devine InterventionGraeme EverettAndrew WilsonPerth Dinghy Sailing Club/ 14[DNF]1011192422100
20Can 622DougDan CunninghamIan StruthersRCYC/ 202123[24]121917112
21AUS 665Argo goes to AlcatrazStewart VickeryJames PattersonSandringham Yacht Club/ 1819[31]21231619116
22GBR 1555RoxanneMartin JonesAdam LeesRoyal Yacht Squadron/ [30]241420132720118
23CAN 621PandamoniumLauren LaventureJason LemieuxRoyal Canadian Yacht Club/ 21142622[DSQ]2616125
24USA 1203CrumpederoTerence GleesonJP BarnesTerence Gleeson/ 28[DNF]19232421349T
25USA 1200Brad RuetenikBrad RuetenikGreg DixonSan Diego Yacht Club/ 24262427[OCS]25239T
26GER 24/1509 David SchafftMoritz WiskemannSegelverein Selenter See/ 34[DNF]16252923252T
27USA 1186Atomic PunkKirk TwardowskiMatt SkafelRYC/ 25201829[37]34262T
28CAN 601Something RudePeter HaywardBirdman KoechliRCYC/ 2715292830[32]31160
29USA 1195 chad freitasPhilipp BernerNone/ 3223[37]26272927164
30GBR 1527Blue FirePhilip McDanellLuke BoughtonRoyal Yacht Squadron/Itchenor/ 222928[RET]262832165
31AUS 626SnatchCourtney MaharElliott MaharPerth Dinghy Sailing Club/ TLE[DNF]2719282228176
32USA 1187Hwasong14Garrett BrownMartin FabianssonAlamitos Bay Yacht Club/ 3925[DNF]DNF2031218T
33CAN 596Down To FunkEric TulkEvan YoungRoyal Canadian Yacht Club/ 313038323433[46]8T
34CAN 614BeachslamChristopher LeighJohn HudsonRoyal Canadian Yacht Club/ 36[DNS]3237323829204
35GER 230GoldfingerAxel ReinschElena StoffersSVST/ [DNF]DNF2133313524206
36CAN 618G Force 3Greg LoffreeIngrid MerryRoyal Canadian Yacht Club/ 46[DNF]3330333637215
37CAN 620bOObie tOOMatthew DavidgeDoug McGhanNepean Sailing Club/ 44[DNF]35342537438T
38USA 1199Pros and ConsJohn ClarkMichael LazzaroRichmond Yacht Club/ 4827343142[50]368T
39GER 218TouristenexpressBjoern FraschOliver PeterSegel Verein Wakenitz/ 23[DNF]403640DNF35236
40GER 90 Stefan LahmerWolfgang AlbrechtASVzR/ 4331364047[48]41238
41GER 202 Lukas SauerlandGregor ThiemGöttinger Segler Club/ 40[DNF]4341354139239
42GBR 1562AgnesAlasdair CattanachPaul AndersonPrestwick Sailing Club/ 41[DNS]3938364542241
43USA 1201For SaleKatie Love‑GilmourDaniel “Sid Vicious” RobertsRYC/SDYC/ 5028[DNC]424443530T
44GER 11Golden ShowerPhilipp SolbrigAndrew McConnellDeutsch‑Britischer‑Yacht‑Club/ 37[DNF]46DNF3839380T
45GBR 1554Magic RoundaboutPeter CrockfordJack Elsby‑HartmanRestronguet Sailing Club/ 35[DNF]DNF35414048261
46CAN 616Suh DudePaul ThroopAlex ThroopRoyal Canadian Yacht Club/ 26[DNF]DNSDNC2230DNC264
47USA 1177Sweet JaneRon BoehmAiden MobleySanta Barbara Yacht Club/ 29[DNF]42DNC4551521T
48GER 234Lamborhghini KickdownFelix PiechowiakPaul WorrmannKaR/ 42[DNF]45464355501T
49USA 1202Blue DragonGreg MitchellJames BeninghausRYC/ [DNF]22DNFDNC394751283
50USA 1198Black and BlueJames ClarksonJoshua LeiheRichmond Yacht Club/ 38[DNF]DNC44504649289
51ITA 1488ElizabethDominic van EssenSimona SaccaniItchenor Sailing Club/ TLE[DNC]4143535456299
52USA 1170WoodyMichael LeitchElizabeth CampbellRoyal Victoria Yacht Club/ 47[DNS]DNF45514947301
53GER 2TrinityTobias MerkelJan‑Martin LuehrsFYC/ 33[DNF]DNSDNCDNC4440303
54USA 1194Foolish SometimesTed RogersTim BurksRichmond Yacht Club/ 49[DNS]DNFDNF485633310
55CAN 615Redheaded StepchildTim BishopHans FischerRCYC/ [DNF]DNFDNFDNC464244318
56AUS 667PTGPhillip TomamichelGeoffrey TomamichelFrankston yacht club/ 45[DNF]DNFDNC495255325
57USA 1143A Bumblebee Called KateRand ArnoldGary GremauxRichmond YC/ TLE[DNF]DNCDNC525345326
58USA 1167NinaAndrew BatesKevin RogersKaneohe YC Hawaii/ [DNF]DNS44DNCDNCDNCDNC354
59GBR 1564RT4Jonathon McGuireAndrew SmithStokes Bay Sailing Club/ [DNF]DNSDNSDNC54DNF54356
60GER 15SchnuckelchenMichael GerholdGeorg DenningerStSG/ [DNF]DNSDNFDNF55DNF57360
61CAN 602Youthful IndiscretionRyan HulskerStefan DalbergCDA/ [DNC]DNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC372

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