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12 July 2004, 10:18 am
Germany Takes Title
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X-99 World Championship
Bregenz

The 2004 X-99 World Championship was contested in rather unpredictable conditions in Bregenz, Austria.
Racing on the first two days of the Championship was abandoned, eventually getting underway on Wednesday to complete a seven race series.

Baltic Bay Lahoe, skippered by Christian SOYKA, with crew Thomas BECKER, Magnus BOTHE, Michael GROTH, Hagen RUDLOFF, Jan-Eike ANDRESEN, won the Championship on countback after finishing on equal points to Xtreme skippered by Mads CHRISTENSEN (DEN).

Final Results
Points Nation Name of Boat Helm/Club R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 Points
1 GER Baltic Bay Laboe Christian Soyka / SVI -24 10 15 4 4 1 1 35
2 AUT Xtreme Mads Christensen / YCRhd 3 6 2 -18 7 14 3 35
3 EST Zuxu Peter Saraskin / KYC 12 8 -17 2 1 4 11 38
4 GER Mistral Tino Ellegast / SSCK 16 4 -33 3 5 2 8 38
5 DEN Velux Flemming Fjord / V/KDY 6 1 30 1 2 (BFD) 2 42
6 NED Xtreem Bart van Aken / WSVA 7 9 RDG -13 8 3 9 44,2
7 SUI Gigant Benu Seger / SVB 1 11 -24 14 3 12 4 45
8 GER ex & hopp Michael Schulz / GYC 11 5 1 12 9 RDG -13 46,5
9 SUI Team Motorola George Pfurtscheller / BSC 4 -18 6 11 13 9 10 53
10 DEN Synkefri 2 Morten Galkov / KDY 13 12 8 7 -14 11 6 57
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