A number of other sailors have also had their Rankings' position altered after the inclusion of the results.
Unfortunately the late receipt of results from organizing committees is a problem that ISAF does encounter during the publication of the ISAF World Sailing Rankings. ISAF would like to remind organizing committees that it is sailors who suffer from this later delivery of results, with their ISAF World Sailing Ranking often an important factor which contributes to their level of, and ability to attract, funding.
Furthermore ISAF reminds organizing committees that under ISAF Regulation 24.1.1(e) they are required to inform ISAF of the results of an ISAF Graded event within 24 hours of the last race, as detailed below:
'Results shall be faxed or emailed to the ISAF office within 24 hours of the last race and be available on the International Class website or event organizer website which is linked to the Class website, in a format as stipulated by ISAF, so that they can be entered into the Rankings.'
There have also been two additional changes to the ISAF World Sailing Rankings due to the incorrect spelling of names on results sent to ISAF for the Yngling and the Mistral Men.
The resulting changes see Dominica LINDSEY, Diana SHANKS and Fleur OSWALD (GBR) move up to 24 in the Yngling Rankings and Ioannis CHRYSOCHOU (GRE) climb to 15 in the Mistral Men Rankings.
ISAF would appreciate all names used on results tables to correspond with the names of sailors as they appear on the ISAF World Sailing Rankings and on their specific ISAF Sailor ID. If any sailors notice incorrect spellings of their names, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.