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1 July 2004, 11:43 am
Four Races Completed
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Zoom8 Junior European Championship
Lake Neusiedl

51 sailors from seven nations are currently competing at the Zoom 8 Junior European Championshp on Lake Neusiedl in Austria. Four races have been completed by both the boys and the girls fleet and it is Sweden who head both leaderboards at this stage.
The 2004 Zoom8 Junior European Championship began on 26 June and conclude this Saturday 2 July. The nations represented are Austria, Denmark, Estonia, Hungary, Netherlands, Poland and Sweden and the 51 sailors are split between into a girls and a boys fleet.

The 31 boat boys fleet is lead by Frederik SCHRAMM from Sweden who has secured his place at the top with a third, two firsts and an OCS which he discards to total just five points. Tied on twelve points behind him are Frederik THAARUP (DEN) and Kaarel KRUUSMILGI (EST) who lie in second and third respectively.

The Swedish sailor at the top of the girls fleet is Rebecka HARDING whose excellent scoreline of two seconds and two bullets puts her eight points ahead of her nearest rivals on just four points. As in the boys fleet, the second and third placed sailors are tied on twelve points, they are Lisa STADLER and Viktoria HOFBAUER both from Austria. 20 sailors make up this competitive fleet.

Racing continues today and tomorrow.

Top Ten Boys After Four Races

Pos Nation Name R1 R2 R3 R4 Pts
1 SWE Frederik Schramm 3 1 1 (ocs) 5
2 DEN Frederik Thaarup 5 -7 6 1 12
3 EST Kaarel Kruusmägi 2 5 5 -9 12
4 DEN Emil Borresen 1 8 4 -12 13
5 POL Zbigniew Hermach 6 2 -8 6 14
6 HUN Kristof Kaiser -20 12 2 3 17
7 POL Blazej Kwiatkowski 4 -13 9 5 18
8 AUT Claus Maria Dapeci -12 4 7 8 19
9 POL Rafal Szatkowski -30 15 3 4 22
10 NED Pim Stumpel 11 3 -12 10 24

Top Ten Girls After 4 Races

Pos Nation Name R1 R2 R3 R4 Pts
1 SWE 80 Rebecka Harding -2 2 1 1 4
2 AUT 7 Lisa Stadler 1 6 -7 5 12
3 AUT 4 Viktoria Hofbauer 5 5 -10 2 12
4 SWE 99 Caroline Schramm 6 1 -13 8 15
5 HUN 10 Zsofia Berecz 3 8 -18 4 15
6 EST 2 Elise Umb 4 3 8 -16 15
7 EST 28 Merili Randmaa -19 7 2 7 16
8 AUT 11 Bettina Baumgartner 9 -14 3 9 21
9 POL 18 Pola Berent 8 4 9 -10 21
10 AUT 12 Lena Hess 10 -15 11 3 24
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