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16 April 2001, 12:15 pm
Tough Racing For Young Sailors
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© Annemiek van Kinderen

Braassemermeer Easter Optimist Regatta

Sundays first race provided nice conditions for the more experienced sailors.

Sundays first race provided nice conditions for the more experienced sailors. Wind WNW 4-5 with gusts made competition tough, but it was not as cold as Saturday and there was no rain.The race was two laps and took about one hour and twenty minutes. Afterwards everybody warmed up during a short lunch break.

The second race of the day (race 5) showed the same conditions but with more wind (21 knots with gusts up to 25 knots) from the North West. Again a two lap race which lasted an hour and a half. Afterwards all young sailors seemed to be exhausted but nevertheless satisfied.

Based on the results after 5 races (with 1 discard) the competitors will be divided into the Gold, Silver and Bronze fleet. Two final races on Monday will decide who will be crowned winner of the 2001O'Neill International Easter Optimist Regatta.

Results (5 races with 1 discard)

































Seq Sailno Name Scores 1 2 3 4 5
1 BEL 1003 Demanet Corentin 8,7 (5) 3 2 1 1
2 NED 2326 le Fevre Steven 13,7 3 (67) 1 1 4
3 NOR 3112 Kavli Erik 23,1 3 1 3 (13) 6
4 SWE 3802 Bergstrom Viktor 24,0 4 2 7 (8) 1
5 NED 2375 Groeneveld Renee 26,4 6 (ocs) 1 6 2
6 SWE 3786 Ohrn Erik 27,1 (33) 5 3 3 3
7 NED 2220 Bekker Lars 28,4 (23) 3 8 3 2
8 NED 2322 Schaardenburg Rutger v 36,0 2 2 10 (14) 8
9 NED 2386 Broekens Douwe 39,0 7 (25) 7 2 5
10 NED 2271 Schuurman Mark 41,0 5 (32) 9 2 7

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