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21 February 2002, 05:08 pm
Ice Good, But No Wind
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DN (Ice Sailing) World Championships
Haapsalu

With the ice good, but no wind, today sees no racing at the DN Worlds, giving competitors the opportunity to sharpen their blades prior to the final two days of racing on Friday and Saturday.
With the ice conditions changing, the race course has moved considerably over the days, with yesterday's racing held a mile away from Monday's race course. However, the ice was good with no cracks or holes, although hard and a bit "pebbly", with wind of 5-6 metres per second, and stronger gusts further out.

Reigning world champion, Karol Jablonski (POL) finds himself in third overall after 5 races, and no doubt will be hoping to retain his title come Saturday 23 February.

Top 10 Gold Fleet
Pos Sail# Name Race> 1 2 3 4 5 Points
1. US44 Sherry, Ron 2 1 ( 8) 8 1 12.00
2. POL114 Burczynski, Michal 1 3 4 ( 5) 5 13.00
3. POL36 Jablonski, Karol 3 ( 4) 3 4 4 14.00
4. SWE81 Lindgren, Tomas ( 16) 7 2 2 7 18.00
5. SWE580 Karlsson, Thomas ( 10) 2 1 10 6 19.00
6. GER107 Zeiger, Bernd 9 5 5 ( 47) 2 21.00
7. SWE5 Luks, Ake 4 6 16 ( 18) 3 29.00
8. SUI39 Vouthier, Jean-Cloude ( 17) 12 13 3 10 38.00
9. SWE330 Gross, Thomas 11 9 10 9 ( 12) 39.00
10. EST22 Kuulmann, Rene 8 8 14 ( 21) 13 43.00

For full results of the Gold, Silver, Bronze and Aluminium fleets go to the results link below.


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