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20 October 2011, 11:04 am
Santos And Reutemann Head Into Lay Day On Equal Terms
The Women's RS:X Fleet Line Up
The Women's RS:X Fleet Line Up

XVI Pan American Games
Guadalajara, Mexico

Ricardo Santos (BRA) and Mariano Reutemann (ARG) head into the lay day at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico locked on eight points apiece after six races in the Men's RS:X.
The Argentinean trailed the Brazilian heading into the third day of sailing but with a bullet and a second place finish he pulled level. Santos, ranked #20 in the RS:X World Rankings, had racked up three wins out of four races before the third day, but he was unable to replicate his performance from the first two days and recorded a second and third place finish.

David Mier Y Teran, World #105, won Race 6 and on 12 points he is just four points off the leaders and 11 points clear of the Perth 2011 Emerging Nations Programme sailor Santiago Grillo (COL).

Patricia Freitas (BRA) maintained her lead in the Women's RS:X after she won her fourth race of the regatta. The World #18 leads Demita Vega (MEX), on ten points, and Farrah Hall (USA) who is on 12 points.

The Argentineans continue to impress in the Laser and Laser Radial. Julio Alsogaray (ARG) leads the Laser on 11 points followed by Matias del Solar (CHI) on 18 points and Bruno da Silva on 20 points. And Cecilia Carranza Saroli (ARG) is on top in the Laser Radial on eight points. With 14 points Tania Elias Calles (MEX) is in second place followed by Isabella Bertold (CAN) on 18 points.

Puerto Rico's Enrique Figueroa and Victor Aponte lead the Hobie 16 by one point over Bernando Arndt and Bruno Oliveira (BRA).

Matheus Dellagnello (BRA) notched up his fourth race win on the third day in the Sunfish and leads Paul Foerster (USA) by seven points.

The American team currently lead the J/24 on eight points with the Brazilian quartet on nine points in second and Argentina's team on 15 points.

Jody Ward's American Lightning team are tied on 11 points with Claudio Biekarck (BRA) with the Chilean team skippered by Alberto Gonzalez in third on 12 points.

And in the Snipe Alexandre do Amaral and Gabriel Borges (BRA) lead on 12 points. Agustin Diaz and Kathleen Tocke (USA) are second on 14 points.

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