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Intervela 2005
Riva del Garda, Trento, Italy

Second day of the ISAF Grade 2 Intervela on the Riva del Garda, Italy sees 2004 Olympic silver medallist in the Finn Raja TRUJILLO (ESP) on top of the leaderboard, whilst the Brits lead the two 470 fleets and Italy's Gian MARCO and Filippo TOGNI look to be in control of the 420.
After two day's of racing in the Finn, 470 and 420 the leaderboards in Italy are beginning to take shape. TRUJILLO, a crew member for America's Cup challengers +39 (ITA) looks on top form and now has four bullets from six races. However Croatia's Marin MISURA lies just one point behind him whilst another +39 crew member Karlo KURET (CRO), lies third.

Christina BASSADONE's (GBR) team hold on to their overnight lead in the 470 women's fleet with another bullet yesterday. However a win in the final race places the Slovenian team of Teja CERNE just three points behind in second with the new 470 European Champions, Ingrid PETITJEAN and Nadège DOUROUX (FRA) in third.

The only change at the top of the leaderboard came in the 470 men's fleet with Paul BROTHERTON and Ian CALDER (GBR) counting only top three finishes to take a one point lead over Sven COSTER and Kalle COSTER (NED). The Italian team helmed by Enrico FONDA is tied on points with the COSTERs in third.

MARCO and TOGNI are well on top in the 420 after two more bullets and a second place yesterday. Italy also occupies the other podium places as the event enters it's third day.

Claudio Chiarani/Alessandra Petroni (As Amended By ISAF). Image:©
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