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12 August 2005, 03:40 pm
BARKER and PEPONNET Lead After 13 Flights
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Danish Open 2005
Skovshoved, Denmark

Jesper BANK (DEN) was the only skipper of 12 to survive his Day One matches at the ISAF Grade One Danish Open with an undefeated record. Bank went 5-0 and lead the standings after the completion of nine of 22 scheduled flights.
Jochen SCHÜMANN (GER) is second with a 4-1 mark, his only loss to Bank. Dean BARKER (NZL), Thierry PEPONNET (FRA) and Lars NORDBJERG (DEN) all sailed later in the day and posted 3-1 records.

Dean BARKER (NZL) and Thierry PEPONNET (FRA) were the big movers in the first half of Day 2 at the 2005 Danish Open. Each went 3-1 in four matches and moved into a tie for the round robin lead after 13 of 22 scheduled flights. BARKER and PEPONNET have six points from eight races and lead Jesper BANK (DEN) by one point. Bank has a perfect 5-0 record after Day One, and was due to start racing again in Flight 14.

(After 13 of 22 scheduled flights)

Position Skipper Team Wins Loses
1= Dean BARKER NZL Emirates Team New Zealand 6 2
1= Thierry PEPONNET FRA K-Challenge 6 2
3 Jesper BANK DEN United Internet Team Germany 5 0
4= Jochen SCHUEMANN GER Alinghi 4 1
4= Lars NORDBJAERG DEN Team Nordbjaerg, 4 1
6 Henrik JENSEN DEN Team Jensen 3 2
7= Jesper RADICH DEN Desafio Espanol 3 5
7= Chris LAW GBR Team Shosholoza 3 5
9 Gavin BRADY NZL BMW Oracle Racing, 2 3
10 Philippe PRESTI FRA Luna Rossa Challenge 2 6
11 Pierre MAS FRA China Team 1 7
12 Flavio FAVINI ITA Mascalzone Latino - Capitalia 0 5
Sean McNeil (As Amended by ISAF), Image: Jesper BANK (DEN) © Event Media
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