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20 September 2004, 09:56 am
Racing Delayed On Day Two
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Enoshima Olympic Week
Enoshima

Races yesterday were postponed 2 hours as the wind and waves were too much to start with. After 10:30, the condition was improved, and all classes went out for two races.
Matsunaga/Yanagawa are still leading, but only 3 points now separate them from second and third. Shiraishi/Goto and Sanbu/Takamura are equal point, so it will be very exciting to see 3 boats battle today on the water. Two races are scheduled for the final day.

The Chinese board sailing team is sailing well today to become overall leader. Three races were sailed for the boards in big waves and a solid 15 knots of breeze. It was not to be for the 49er fleet however, the waves in enoshima just being too much for the fleet to get racing.

Full results are available on the event website at the address below.

Olympic Class

470
1st Matsunaga / Yanagawa 1-1-2-4-2-3-1
2nd Shiraishi / Goto 2-4-4-1-1-1-4
3rd Sanbu / Takamura 3-3-1-2-3-2-2

Laser
1st Toda 1-2-3-2
2nd Okamoto 3-1-4-1
3rd Muromatsu 2-4-5-5

Mistral
1st Fuwen Yao (CHN) 2-3-1-2-1
2nd Tomisawa 3-1-2-5-2
3rd Jian Huang (CHN) 1-4-3-15-4

U-19 classes
FJ
1st Inamura/Ichino 4-2-1
2nd Miyata/shimizu 3-5-3
3rd Hirai / Furuya 8-6-4

420
1st Murayama/Ijuin 1-3-1
2nd Hirasaki/Yamashita 2-1-2
3rd Osoegawa/Tanaka DNC-2-3

Laser Radial
1st Nakamura 1-1-5-1
2nd Kawazoe 2-3-1-3
3rd Hasegawa 4-2-2-2

Seahopper Class
1st Kunimi 1-1-2-1
2nd Nishimura 2-2-1-4
3rd Suzuki 5-4-7-2

U-15

OP Gold fleet
1st Yokota 7-1-4-1
2nd Nomura -4-4-8-6
3rd Ishihara 1-7-1-18

Minihopper
1st Fujiwara 1-1-2-1
2nd Sudou 2-DNF-1-2
3rd Kataoka DNF-RET-4-3
Event Media (As Amended By ISAF News Editor)
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