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Yngling Revival and Riva Cup
Garda, Italy

It was a sunny conclusion to the Yngling Revival and Riva Cup on Lake Garda and in the highly competitive open Yngling fleet, women's teams claimed all the podium places with gold and silver both going to Russian teams.
It was a sunny ending yesterday for sailors at the Yngling Revival and Riva Cup and the prizes were presented yesterday afternoon on the Fraglia Terrace.

The Russian skipper Ekaterina SKUDINA had a solid final day with a third and a fourth, enough to place her at the top of the podium - great preparation for Expert Olympic Garda which takes place at the same venue next week. Just one place behind Skudina was fellow Russians, skippered by Anna BASALKINA with overninght leader Sally BARKOW (USA) having to settle for the bronze after a disappointing final day. With only two points separating the top three this has been an exciting and nail biting event to the very last.

Top Ten Final Results

Position Nation Helm Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 Points
1 RUS Ekaterina SKUDINA 3 -10 3 1 3 4 14
2 RUS Anna BASALKINA 2 -12 1 3 6 3 15
3 USA Sally BARKOW 1 -9 2 2 9 2 16
4 SWE Mattias DAHLSTROM 4 2 5 -13 2 6 19
5 SLO Bostjan ANTONCIC -12 1 7 5 1 9 23
6 AUT Rudi MAYR 6 6 6 4 4 (dnf) 26
7 AUT Christoph SKOLAUT 5 8 8 9 -27 1 31
8 AUT Andreas KNITTEL (dnf) 3 9 8 8 8 36
9 AUT Martin LUTZ 9 11 11 16 -19 5 52
10 AUT Karl HOLZNER 13 -16 12 14 5 10 54

Riva Cup

The Riva Cup also concluded yesterday and in the 505 class there was no change from the overnight positions. Claas LEHMANN (GER) topped the podium just one point ahead of second place Christian Kellner (GER). Terry SHUTCHER (GBR) finished third.

In the Dyas class Suesse HOLGER (GER) takes the gold, followed by Thorsten ANDERSOHN (GER) in second with Dirk GROTEBRUNE (GER) in third

The Korsar podium sees first place for the Axel OBEREMM (GER), Klaus DUNKER (GER) takes the silver whilst Joerg LANGNER (GER) completes the podium in third.

The International 14 fleet were unable to stop Alister RICHARDSON (GBR) topping the podium - with crew Dan JOHNSON, Richardson took the bullet in six of the eight race series. Michael LENNON (GBR) finishes second with Martin JONES (GBR) in third.

Claudio Chiarani (As Amended by ISAF)
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