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20 May 2006, 07:15 am
Day 11: The Medal Races
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ISAF World Sailing Games 2006
Lake Neusiedl, Austria

The ten ISAF World Sailing Games titles have been decided on Lake Neusiedl, with the Medal Races bringing a dramatic finale to the action in Austria. After a great performance on Saturday, Australia has claimed the King's Trophy, led from the front by Tom SLINGSBY's (AUS) opening victory in the Laser.
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The top ten competitors faced off against each other in a race judged on the water and scored at double points. All ten of the Medal Races could potentially have seen the gold medal change hands, whilst the battle for the King's Trophy was also incredibly tight, with both France and Australia tied on 39 points apiece going into the start of racing.

The forecast was for similar, but slightly lighter, conditions to yesterday. A five to six knot south westerly breeze was forecast for the start of racing at 1100 local time with gusts up to nine knots. This built through the day and moved to the south, with eight knots and gusts to 18 for 1400.

You can watch the drama unfold live, with a web broadcast by Sail.TVof the Medal Race starting at 0855 UTC (1055 local time) this morning. Yachting pundit Magnus WHEATLEY will provide the live commentary. For those that miss the live streaming, footage will be available for viewers to watch on demand at http://www.sail.tv/.

Results
Men's RS:X
Women's RS:X
Laser
Laser Radial
Men's 470
Women's 470
49er
Hobie Tiger
Hobie 16
Team Racing
Medal Races In Depth
Results As They Happen
Men's RS:X
Women's RS:X
Laser
Laser Radial
Men's 470
Women's 470
49er
Hobie Tiger
Hobie 16
Team Racing
Live streaming on Sail.TV

Results in bold on the table to the right indicate Medal Race completion. Meanwhile the table on the left will link to in depth reviews of each Medal Race, which will be published as soon as possible once racing has been completed for that event.

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Australia wins King's Trophy
ISAF
The Hobie Tiger Medal Race
ISAF World Sailing Games
Team Racing

The USA2 team of Tim WADLOW, Ery LARGAY, Tim FALLON and Karen RENZULLI won the team racing bronze medal this morning. The team of USA1 clinched the gold with GBR3 taking the silver.

For a complete report - click on Team Racing

Laser

Racing got underway at 0927 UTC (1127 local time). Tom SLINGSBY (AUS) finished in sixth place to take the gold, followed by Thomas LE BRETON (FRA) in seventh who took silver. In eighth place in the Medal Race, Diego ROMERO hung on to bronze.

For a complete report - click on Laser

Laser Top Ten Results

Pos Nation Skipper R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 MR Pts
1 AUS Tom SLINGSBY 1 (13) 3 3 1 4 2 7 12 33
2 FRA Thomas LE BRETON 3 1 1 2 8 14 (19) 4 14 47
3 ARG Diego ROMERO 2 3 11 8 17 3 (41) DNF 5 16 65
4 GBR Paul GOODISON 15 4 (24) 5 10 9 13 8 2 66
5 POR Gustavo LIMA 4 10 20 14 7 11 7 (24) 8 81
6 SLO Vasilij ZBOGAR 12 21 4 (24) 11 15 4 10 6 83
7 BRA Bruno FONTES 17 9 10 13 (27) 13 8 3 10 83
8 AUS Brendan CASEY 5 6 2 34 (36) 7 5 18 18 95
9 FRA Felix PRUVOT 18 5 18 19 2 18 (27) 14 4 98
10 NZL Andrew MURDOCH 14 (28) 19 25 24 5 1 2 22 OCS 112

Hobie 16

Racing got underway at 0936 UTC (1136 local time). As the only team to finish within the time limit Kerstin WICHARDT and Anja HAFKE (GER) took victory in the Medal Race and with it overall victory. Marie DUVIGNAC and Pauline THEVENOT (FRA) drop to second and Annie NELSON and Susan KORZENIEWSKI (USA) to third overall.

For a complete report - click on Hobie 16

Hobie 16 Top Ten Results

Pos Nation Skipper Crew R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 R13 MR Pts
1 GER Kerstin WICHARDT Anja HAFKE 4 4 3 4 (9) 5 8 1 7 3 2 5 (17) 2 48
2 FRA Marie DUVIGNAC Pauline THEVENOT 2 (20) DNF 2 1 13 (14) 1 2 3 1 7 1 1 22 DNF 56
3 USA Annie NELSON Susan KORZENIEWSKI 3 2 (16) 7 3 4 3 4 (10) 2 5 2 3 22 DNF 60
4 RSA Belinda HAYWARD Kim WILKINSON-DAVIES 6 3 (11) 5 4 1 2 (7) 5 7 1 3 4 22 DNF 63
5 AUS Belinda ZANESCO Bridget WATERHOUSE 1 5 9 8 2 3 5 (15) (20) DSQ 4 12 6 6 22 DNF 83
6 ITA Silvia SICOURI Lara SICOURI (20) DSQ 1 1 2 5 9 (20) DNF 10 8 14 6 7 2 22 DNF 87
7 MEX Pamela NORIEGA Andrea MIER Y TERAN 10 (13) 4 11 7 6 7 (17) 2 5 8 4 5 22 DNF 91
8 AUT Sonja ZELINKA Christine MOSER 9 10 7 3 1 8 4 6 1 10 11 (15) (15) 22 DNF 92
9 AUT Margit PRETTENHOFER Claudia MANDL 5 8 13 (15) 11 12 6 8 (20) DNF 6 3 10 13 22 DNF 117
10 NZL Sharon FERRIS Ashley HOLTUM (20) DNF (20) DNF 5 9 6 11 20 DNF 3 4 20 DNF 4 17 7 22 DNF 128

Women's 470

Racing got underway at 1010 UTC (1210 local time). Ingrid PETITJEAN and Nadege DOUROUX (FRA) sailed to an impressive victory in the 470s. They kept tabs on their nearest rivals Elise RECHICHI and Tessa PARKINSON (AUS) and eventually crossed in fourth, two places ahead of the Aussies. There was heartbreak for Austria however as Sylvia VOGL and Carolina FLATSCHER (AUT) lost the bronze medal to Ruslana TARAN and Olena PAKHOLCHYK (UKR).

For a complete report - click on Women's 470

Women's 470 Top Ten Results

Pos Nation Skipper Crew R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 MR Pts
1 FRA Ingrid PETITJEAN Nadege DOUROUX 2 1 (18) 3 8 1 2 1 8 26
2 AUS Elise RECHICHI Tessa PARKINSON 5 8 6 1 3 4 1 (11) 12 40
3 UKR Ruslana TARAN Olena PAKHOLCHYK 12 9 1 4 5 (14) 13 5 4 53
4 AUT Sylvia VOGL Carolina FLATSCHER (18) 4 5 10 6 5 5 2 16 53
5 SUI Emanuelle ROL Anne-Sophie THILO 7 (12) 4 8 2 9 6 6 14 56
6 JPN Yuka YOSHISAKO Noriko OKUMA 10 6 11 2 (19) 17 7 7 2 62
7 RUS Vlada IJIENKO Natalia GAPONOVICH (20) DNC 11 2 14 1 7 11 15 6 67
8 POL Katarzyna TYLINSKA Marta KASZALOWICZ 6 7 3 7 (16) 15 15 13 10 76
9 CZE Lenka SMIDOVA Elisabeth KRATZIG 1 15 16 (18) 14 2 3 9 18 78
10 SLO Teja CERNE Alja CERNE 8 5 15 (17) 10 6 8 10 20 82

Hobie Tiger

Racing got underway at 1056 UTC (1256 local time). Darren BUNDOCK and Glenn ASHBY (AUS) finished second in the Medal Race to secure Australias second gold medal of the day. Mitch BOOTH and Herbert DERCKSEN (NED) won the Medal Race to take second overall, whilst third gave the bronze medal to Coen DE KONING and Mischa HEEMSKERK (NED).

For a complete report - click on Hobie Tiger

Hobie Tiger Top Ten Results

Pos Nation Skipper Crew R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 MR Pts
1 AUS Darren BUNDOCK Glenn ASHBY 8 9 1 1 1 (10) 1 1 4 26
2 NED Mitch BOOTH Herbert DERCKSEN (17) 16 2 2 4 6 4 2 2 38
3 NED Coen DE KONING Mischa HEEMSKERK 5 12 8 3 5 (13) 5 3 6 47
4 FRA Yann GUICHARD Laurent GUILLEMETTE 9 3 11 4 (18) 16 2 4 8 57
5 FRA Xavier REVIL Christophe ESPAGNON 4 5 5 (21) DNF 10 3 7 5 18 57
6 AUT Thomas ZAJAC Thomas CZAJKA 1 8 (14) 7.6 RDG 6 9 8 10 16 65.6
7 CAN Oskar JOHANSSON Kevin STITTLE 7 (13) 7 7 3 4 10 8 20 66
8 AUT Roman HAGARA Hans Peter STEINACHER 6 2 3 (21) DNF 17 1 16 12 10 67
9 GBR Andy WALSH Ed BARNEY 3 4 10 5 9 14 (18) 11 14 70
10 RUS Andrey KIRILYUK Valery USHKOV 16 7 18 (21) DNF 13 2 3 7 12 78

Mens RS:X

Racing got underway at 1133 UTC (1333 local time). A second by Maksym OBEREMKO (UKR) secured him the gold medal, with Tom ASHLEY (AUS) finishing in fifth to take the silver, and Julien BONTEMPS (FRA) in ninth claiming the bronze medal.

For a complete report - click on Men's RS:X

Men's RS:X Top Ten

Pos Nation Skipper R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 MR Pts
1 UKR Maksym OBEREMKO 1 4 1 6 4 (14) 4 5 4 29
2 NZL Tom ASHLEY 4 3 2 (19) 3 4 7 2 10 35
3 FRA Julien BONTEMPS 3 5 3 1 (6) 3 1 1 18 35
4 BRA Ricardo SANTOS (26) OCS 17 6 2 2 9 2 4 12 54
5 GRE Byron KOKKALANIS 2 2 (26) DNF 3 5 22 12 13 2 61
6 FRA Nicolas HUGUET 5 7 4 8 8 7 6 (10) 16 61
7 FRA Samuel LAUNAY 6 9 (13) 4 13 6 11 7 6 62
8 ESP Ivan PASTOR 9 (22) 11 13 11 5 13 6 8 76
9 ISR Nimrod MASHIAH 8 10 15 14 (26) OCS 13 3 3 14 80
10 GRE Ioannis CHRYSOCHON (19) 11 5 12 12 8 10 15 20 93

49er

Olympic Champions Iker MARTINEZ and Xabier FERNANDEZ (ESP) took the gold medal in style winning the Medal Race, whilst fifth place gave World Champions Rodion LUKA and Georgiy LEONCHUK (UKR) silver. Pietro SIBELLO and Gianfranco SIBELLO (ITA) went OCS but still managed to claim bronze.

For a complete report - click on 49er

49er Top Ten Results

Pos Nation Skipper Crew R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 MR Pts
1 ESP Iker MARTINEZ Xabier FERNANDEZ 1 1 3 1 4 1 (6) 2 4 2 2 21
2 UKR Rodion LUKA Georgiy LEONCHUK 2 2 8 (14) 3 3 1 10 2 4 10 45
3 ITA Pietro SIBELLO Gianfranco SIBELLO 3 8 2 3 2 (9) 3 6 7 1 22 OCS 57
4 ESP Alberto PADRON Javier DE LA PLAZA (13) 6 4 8 9 12 4 4 5 5 4 61
5 AUS Nathan OUTTERIDGE Ben AUSTIN 7 10 7 6 5 5 2 (14) 6 7 6 61
6 DEN Jonas WARRER Martin KIRKETERP (16) 4 1 2 7 7 9 1 12 12 8 63
7 POL Marcin CZAJLOWSKI Krzysztof KIERKOWSKI 10 9 10 4 6 8 (14) 5 1 6 22 OCS 81
8 POR Jorge LIMA Francisco ANDRADE 4 11 (13) 13 8 2 10 3 9 3 22 OCS 85
9 FRA Emmanuel DYEN Yann ROCHERIEUX 5 16 (18) DNF 7 1 13 8 13 8 10 12 93
10 FRA Alexandre MONTEAU Damien GUILLOU 6 14 15 5 13 11 (18) OCS 7 3 9 14 97

Men's 470

Racing got underway at 1200 UTC (1400 local time). Finishing in eighth Nathan WILMOT and Malcolm PAGE (AUS) safely claimed the gold medal. A tenth place was sufficient for Benjamin BONNAUD and Romain BONNAUD (FRA) to take the silver, whilst Francisco SANCHEZ and Alejandro RAMOS (ESP) finished third to claim the bronze.

For a complete report - click on Men's 470

Men's 470 Top Ten Results

Pos Nation Skipper Crew R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 MR Pts
1 AUS Nathan WILMOT Malcolm PAGE 6 3 (12) 7 3 6.6 RDG 3 12 16 56.6
2 FRA Benjamin BONNAUD Romain BONNAUD 16 11 4 6 7 3 2 (19) 20 69
3 ESP Francisco SANCHEZ Alejandro RAMOS 12 18 1 3 13 (23) 16 6 6 75
4 RUS Dmitry BEREZKIN Alexander ZYBIN (33) DNF 10 22 2 6 2 14 14 8 78
5 FRA Vincent GAROS Pierre LEBOUCHER 19 13 (25) 10 8 9 11 9 2 81
6 NED Sven COSTER Kalle COSTER 2 2 3 16 (24) 17 19 11 12 82
7 JPN Kazuto SEKI Shoichi YANAGAWA (33) OCS 21 9 4 4 10 28 5 4 85
8 ARG Matias BUEHLER Marcos LAMAS 15 9 7 18 (26) 8 15 4 10 86
9 POL Patryk PIASECKI Marcin JOZEFOWSKI 17 12 2 8 22 4 4 (31) 18 87
10 ISR Gideon KLIGER Ehud GAL 5 4 21 (33) OCS 27 6 8 7 14 92

Womens RS:X

Racing got underway at 1212 UTC (1412 local time). Retaining her lead and placing seventh in the medal race Qiubin CHEN secured the gold for China. Olga MASLIVETS (UKR) put in another top performance with a second place assuring her of the silver medal, whilst Blanca MANCHON (ESP) finished in sixth to take the bronze.

For a complete report - click on Women's RS:X

Women's RS:X Top Ten

Pos Nation Skipper R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 MR Pts
1 CHN Qiubin CHEN 1 1 (7) 5 1 2 2 6 14 32
2 UKR Olga MASLIVETS 8 3 1 1 (28) OCS 13 1 2 4 33
3 ESP Blanca MANCHON 4 (28) OCS 5 2 13 8 5 5 12 54
4 ISR Lee KORZITS 14 2 (28) DNF 28 DNC 4 3 3 1 2 57
5 FRA Charline PICON 12 9 2 3 (19) 11 4 7 10 58
6 HKG Wai Man CHAN 9 6 8 8 7 4 (15) 13 6 61
7 CHN Wei Ming LIU 10 8 (15) 4 5 10 9 9 8 63
8 GRE Antonia FREY 5 7 6 10 11 5 (12) 4 18 66
9 NOR Jannicke STALSTROM 7 4 4 7 10 (18) 6 15 16 69
10 ITA Flavia TARTAGLINI (11) 11 11 9 6 1 7 3 22 OCS 70

Laser Radial

Racing got underway at 1245 UTC (1445 local time). Paige RAILEY (USA) took the gold medal with a seventh place, whilst ninth gave 2002 World Sailing Games winner Sophie DE TURCKHEIM (FRA) the silver. Meanwhile Sarah BLANCK (AUS) secured bronze in third place.

For a complete report - click on Laser Radial

Laser Radial Top Ten Results

Pos Nation Skipper R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 MR Pts
1 USA Paige RAILEY 1 4 5 (17) 12 4 2 6 14 48
2 FRA Sophie DE TURCKHEIM 3 6 10 3 (37) OCS 2 6 7 18 55
3 AUS Sarah BLANCK 2 16 1 9 22 1 5 (23) 6 62
4 FIN Sari MULTALA 14 3 14 (19) 7 11 1 12 2 64
5 LTU Gintare VOLUNGEVICIUTE 11 15 9 (22) 1 10 11 2 8 67
6 FRA Sarah STEYAERT 4 1 16 (29) 16 7 3 20 4 71
7 USA Anna TUNNICLIFFE 23 (30) 4 8 5 13 16 1 10 80
8 GRE Eftycia MANTZARAKI 6 11 2 12 18 (30) 4 22 12 87
9 NZL Jo ALEH 16 7 11 1 9 12 (21) 15 20 91
10 CRO Mateja PETRONIJEVIC 5 10 18 11 10 17 13 (27) 16 100

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ISAF. Image, The fourth edition of the ISAF World Sailing Games came to a close with the Medal Races on Saturday:© Guilain GRENIER
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