Australia snatches the lead
White and Ryan posted a sixth, a fourth, a fifth and a second which was enough to give them a one point lead over the Dutch pair who scored a third, an 11th, a first and a 23rd their win not enough to keep them at the top. Currently the Australian duo lead by just one point, on 43 points. The series will come down to the wire on the final day tomorrow in what has been an extremely closely contested series with the lead changing daily.
Another Australian crew, Steven Thomas and Jasper Warren, who have twice sat at the top of the scoreboard during the series, are in third place, five points off the lead.
Max Richardson and Alex Groves (GBR) are in fourth place on 54 points, Alex Groves and Alexandra Maloney (NZL) are fifth on 56 points and James Peters and Ed Fitzgerald (GBR) who also led the series at one stage are sixth with 61 points.
Four races remain to be sailed in the 29er Worlds tomorrow, after which the winners will be announced.
|1||WHITE, Byron||RYAN, William||AUS||3||3||3||5||3||8||5||8||2||3||1||9||17||6||6||4||5||2||43|
|2||BEKKERING, Annemiek||KISTERS, Jeske||NED||3||5||6||4||1||4||7||2||15||12||2||1||11||2||3||11||1||23||44|
|3||THOMAS, Steven||WARREN, Jasper||AUS||1||1||1||4||2||2||3||7||1||1||16||12||4||3||4||7||6||11||48|
|4||RICHARDSON, Max||GROVES, Alex||GBR||2||3||7||12||1||1||1||1||4||2||9||21||15||5||7||2||3||10||54|
|5||MALONEY, Alexandra||TUKE, Blair||NZL||3||3||5||9||2||1||2||4||2||7||18||11||6||1||22||9||4||1||56|
|6||PETERS, James||FITZGERALD, Ed||GBR||2||1||4||1||4||3||1||1||12||5||12||4||5||10||19||1||13||12||61|
|7||MON, Bleddyn||HUMPHREYS, Tom||GBR||6||1||2||2||2||10||2||4||2||1||15||6||9||14||1||13||7||6||61|
|8||SOGAARD, Henrik Rask||KRISTENSEN, Soren Wiegand||DEN||1||3||1||2||3||3||1||6||1||3||22||5||10||4||5||18||15||3||62|
|9||ROSE, Joel||WOODS, Jamie||AUS||1||4||2||6||1||6||6||9||3||1||6||10||14||17||2||15||17||14||85|
|10||PEATE, Nick||MARA, Rhys||AUS||2||2||3||5||5||2||3||13||7||3||7||13||8||20||15||6||24||7||85|