The Official
Website of the
Sailing Federation
11 January 2005, 09:35 am
Jochen SCHÜMANN Wins His Second Title
No ALT tag specified

5.5 Metre World Championship 2005
Sydney, Australia

The 2005 5.5 Metre World Championship concluded yesterday in Sydney and it was <i>Artemis XII</i> skippered by Ronald PIEPER and Jochen SCHÜMANN who have won the title.
Ten races were completed of which Artemis won six, finished second in two, third in one - a scoreline so good that they did not compete in Race Ten. Two discards were counted and Artemis finished the Championship with just ten points, twelve ahead of second placed finisher Addam3, skippered by Johan GULLICHEN.

Addamm3 also had a consistent series and despite their OCS in Race Nine which they followed up with a bullet in Race Ten, were far enough ahead of the third placed boat, Ali Baba. Skippered by Bruno and Flavio MARAZZI and one of the pre-event favourites, Ali Baba finsihed with 28 points after discarding a DSQ from Race Three and their other worst result, sixth.

Schümann also won the gold at the 2001 5.5 Metre World Championship in Flensburg.

In the Classic Division, the Italian boat Carabella skippered by Alfredo DELLI took the top spot and in the Evolution Division, it was Australia's Goddam skippered by Robert FIELDING.

Final Results After Ten Races - Modern Fleet Top Ten

Pos Boat Name Skipper Nation Net Points Points Dropped Final Points
1 Artemis XII Ronald PIEPER/ Jochen SCHUMANN SUI 41 31 10
2 Addam3 Johan GULLICHEN FIN 56 34 22
3 Ali-Baba Bruno MARAZZI SUI 63 35 28
4 Blade Runner Patrick de la CHENAIS SUI 89 57 32
5 Maitresse Hans NADORP FIN 52 19 33
6 John B Once Again Gavin MCKINNEY BAH 88 39 49
7 Silver Fox Craig SYMONETTE BA 72 21 51
8 My Shout Gordon INGATE AUS 97 42 55
9 Rana Felix BIBUS SUI 76 18 58
10 Sixtyone Petter FJELD NOR 90 23 67
ISAF (Source: Stefan Zlot)
Share this page
World Sailing TV
Latest News
News Archive
© 2015 Copyright ISAF/ISAF UK Ltd. All Rights Reserved Privacy & Cookies delivered by Sotic powered by OpenText WSM