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1 September 2006, 10:50 am
Blustery First Day
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Soling Masters World Championship 2006
Attersee, AUT

The first day of the Soling Masters World Championship 2006 started with blustery, clearing winds from west to southwest, blowing 5 to 22 knots and shifts of about 30 to 40 degrees which made it difficult but interesting to sail.
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20 Teams started the Zipfer cup at 1400 local time yesterday, from which 11 are also competing in the Masters World Championship.

The first race was won by Michael FELZMANN, Björn GILHOFER, Markus GNAN (AUT) with the current World Champions Roman KOCH, Maxl KOCH and Gregor BORNEMANN (GER). In third were former Olympians Michael FARTHOFER, Christian HOLLER and Richard HOLLER (AUT).

The second race was won by local lake team and defending Masters World Champions Carl AUTERIED, Martin KENDLER and Udo MOSER (AUT) followed by KOCH, KOCH, BORNEMANN (GER) and by local sailor Michale FELZMANN.

Top Ten After Two Races (Masters)

Pos Nation Helm Middleman Bowman R1 R2 Points
1 AUT Michael FARTHOFER Christian HOLLER Richard HOLLER 1 2 3
3 HUN Geroge WOSSALA Németh PEPE Vezér KAROLY 2 3 5
4 GER Karl HAIST Daniel DIESING Ecki LÖLL 5 5 10
5 AUT Peter NEUMANN Rudolf HUBAUER Simon PROMOK 7 4 11
6 AUT Rupert ENGEL Gerhard SCHERZER Bernhard KLINGLER 4 8 12
7 AUT Otto URBANEK Stephan BEURLE Jakob URBANEK 6 7 13
8 GER Thomas MASCHKIWITZ Christian OEHLER Christoph SAURBIER 9 6 15
9 ITA Fabio ARMELLINI Attilia PAPINI Nicola Armellini 8 11 19
10 ITA Virgilio CADEI Lino LOCATELLI Pietro CADEI 10 9 19
Matias COLLINS (As Amended by ISAF), Image: the defending champions are on form © J Taylor
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