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ISAF's World Sailing Games is onto its home straight in Marseilles

Monday July 8th 2002, Author: Maguelonne Turcat, Location: France


Multihull open catamaran - Hobie Cat 16

Silver Sydney Olympic medallist Darren Bundock (above) with crew Mark Padgett took the lead in the multihull open event from fellow-country man and reigning Hobie 16 world champion, Gavin Colby/Simone Matfield. Colby was leading the racing this morning, but after suffering from a foot injury, he had a problem holding on to it.

Multihull open - results after 8 races
1 AUS 96 BUNDOCK DARREN/PADGETT MARK Australia 29.00 7 8 1 1 8 1 13 3
2 PUR 338 FIGUEROA ENRIQUE/MALATRASI CAR Puerto_Rico 35.00 6 1 2 OCS 16 4 1 5
3 FRA 805 RENAUD CHRISTOPHE/ROSSOLLIN AL France 39.00 4 7 8 9 4 5 2 16
4 AUS 92 COLBY GAVIN/MATFIELD SIMONE Australia 40.00 2 9 5 3 3 18 12 6
5 GER 60 SUCHANEK FRANCK/STEINHAGEN BRI Germany 41.00 5 10 7 5 9 30 4 1

Laser Radial, single handed dinghy boat female.

Sophie Turckheim hasn't done as well in very hard wind conditions as on her previous races. However this is no matter as her Polish main competitor Katarzyna Skotynska also put in a bad performance.

Results after 13 races in single handed dinghy female- Laser Radial
1 428 DE TURKHEIM SOPHIE France 15.00 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 3 1 11 1 2
2 400 SZOTYNSKA KATARZYNA Pologne 40.00 2 2 2 2 5 2 5 4 2 6 25 9 8
3 403 BARBIE GEA Croatia 45.00 3 3 3 9 14 4 2 3 9 16 6 2 1
4 406 POWRIE MIRANDA New_Zealand 68.00 6 11 15 1 8 5 7 6 8 20 7 5 4
5 430 NEVIEROV LARISSA Italy 79.00 4 8 8 24 6 3 10 9 11 13 10 3 7

Results by nation
1- France 40 pts
2- Italy 36 pts
3- Australia 35 pts
4- Great Britain 31 pts
5- South Africa 28 pts
6- Sweden 23 pts
7- Spain 22 pts
8- USA 19 pts
9- Brasil 17 pts
10- New Zealand 16 pts…
(64 registered nations )

Programme on Tuesday July 9th
Special guest : Lionel Péan
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