All seven races were close and competitive with the lead changing hands at finish of racing each day.
The eventual winners of the 2004 Fireball World Titles were Andy SMITH and James MELDRUM from Great Britain.
Andy and James, sailing "Gul", had results of a seventh, two firsts, a disqualification, a fifth an 11 and a fourth. It was enough to take the lead by 10 points but shows the closeness and competitiveness of the fleet.
For a full list of final results please visit the event website at the address below.
Thanks to all who competed, supported, officiated, and generally hung around adding to the spectacular event that was the Fireball World's in "Sensational" Adelaide.
Overall Top Ten
|GBR||Andy Smith||James Meldrum||7||1||1||98B||5||11||4||29||1|
|CZE||Tomas Musil||Jan Danek||1||98C||14||8||2||6||8||39||2|
|GBR||Dave Wade||Richard Wagstaff||3||2||9||13||4||8||18||39||3|
|GBR||Malcolm Davies||Russell Thorne||2||12||10||29||12||1||7||44||4|
|AUS||Brett Young||Allen Blenkle||9||3||2||1||98B||7||25||47||5|
|GBR||Kevin Hope||Rob Gardener||8||17||20||6||7||15||5||58||6|
|GBR||Richard Estaugh||Simon Potts||4||4||11||9||98B||14||21||63||7|
|AUS||Dylan Clarke||Jonno Bannister||14||9||3||3||31||20||19||68||8|
|AUS||Brendan Garner||Christopher Schwarz||15||16||16||7||3||98F||12||69||9|
|AUS||Greg Allison||Richard Watson||10||8||4||16||16||98B||16||70||10|