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22 June 2001, 04:39 pm
Olympic Class Racing Day Three
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Kieler Woche

Racing continues at Kieler Woche, Germany

The British are still dominating the Olympic Classes at Kiel leading three of the eleven events, and having three more in medal positions at the midway stage of the regatta. Two races were completed today for most classes, racing contiues until Sunday 24 June.

In the Star Class Brazilians Grael/Ferreira are leading. In the Ynglings the Dutch team headed by Thies are leading. It is close at the top of the Finn fleet with Fellman(GER) on six points and Maier(CZE) on seven points. It is also close at the top of the 49ers, Brotherton/Hiscocks(GBR) lead on eleven points from Baur/John(GER) who have moved into second on thirteen points. Swede Birgmark has taken over the lead in the Lasers from Goodison (GBR), who suffered a black flag disqualification today. Drozdovskaya(BUL) continues to lead the Europe fleet. The top three spots are getting closer in the Tornado fleet, but Wilson/Howden(GBR) hang onto top spot. The Greek team of Bekatorou/Tsoulfa are completely dominating the 470 Women fleet, whilst Italians Zandona/Trani lead the 470 Men. In the Mistral Women Lai Shan Lee(HKG) keeps her lead, whilst Sturges(GBR) moves up one to second. Dempsey(GBR) has taken the lead in the Mistral Men, whilst Obremko(UKR) takes over second position, but it is all very close.
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