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11 April 2001, 09:52 pm
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©Nico Martinez

XXXII Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofía-Majórica

A lack of wind delayed the start of the races on the second day of the XXXII Trofeo SAR Princesa Sofía-Majórica
First place in the 470 Women's overall standings remains with Via Dufrese & Azón (470 W) followed by Krachun & Ermakova (RUS) and Petitjean & Douroux (FRA). In the men, Zellner & Krabbe (GER) lead the overall standings followed by Martinez & Cantero (ESP) and Coster & Kolle.

López Vázquez & Kuzmicki (POL) lead the 49er Class followed by Kacprowski & Kuzmicki (POL) and Martinez de Lizardu & Ferna (ESP). First place in the star is held by Van der Ploeg & Chad, followed by Koch & Wit (GER) and Bermúdez de Castro & De Llano (ESP).

Two races were sailed in the Tornado and the first place is for Booth & Dercksen (NED) followed by Styles & May and Hagara & Steinancher (AUT). There was Hardly any changes in the overall standings of the Finn Class with Kusnierewicz (POL) still leading the overall standings followed by Simpson (GBR) and Fellmann (GER).

Sari Multala (FIN) continues to lead the Europe Women followed by Smidova (CZE) and Brower (NED) is now third overall. There were however quite some changes in the Laser class with Gustavo Lima (POR) and Schlomski (GER) leading the overall standings with equal points and followed in third place by Jan Postma (NED).

In the Mistral Women Class the first two places in the overall standings are for Faustine Merret and Eugenie Raffin from France followed by Anna Graczyk (POL). Nick Dempsey (GBR) and Jon-Paul Tobin (NZL) lead the overall standings in the men with equal points. Third is for Nicolas Huguet (FRA).

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