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28 April 2011, 01:13 pm
Frustrating Week At Soling World Championship
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Audi Soling World Championship
Chiemsee, Germany

After two races held at Lake Chiemsee, Germany, nothing separates the top two at the 2011 Audi Soling World Championship.
Only two races have been held in the past four days in different conditions, one in light wind and the other in 20 knots wind.

Due to the lack of racing there will be no discarded races.

Argentineans Gustavo Warburg, Bisbal Alejandro and Tomas Roldan are in a tie at the top of the Standings with Germans Roman Koch, Maxl Koch and Gregor Bornemann with eight points.

Warburg came sixth in Race 1 and finished second behind George Wossala in the second race. Meanwhile Koch has been consistent finishing fourth in both of his races.

They are followed closely by Lake Legend Karl Haist who, at 72 is sailing with his son Max Haist and Hansy Lindner and they are on 12 points.

There are at least three more races to go so lots can happen but one thing for sure it is the first time in the past ten years at the Soling class that a world championship being held in Europe has three overseas fighting in the top ten amongst the strong Germans, Slovenians and Hungarians.

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Matias Collins (As Amended by ISAF)
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