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11 September 2002, 11:15 am
Four Races Completed
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Mistral European Championship
Lake Neusiedl

Samuel Launay (FRA) is leading the Mistral European Championship Open Men's Fleet, whilst Shiri Ron (ISR) is leading the Open Women's Fleet.

Young New Zealander James Wells (NZL) is in second position following in the successful traditon of other Mistral Olympic windsurfers from New Zealand, such as Bruce Kendall, sister Barbara Kendall, Aaron McIntosh and Jon Paul Tobin.

Jannicke Staalstrom (NOR) is lying in second position. Jannicke completed an Olympic campaign in the 470 class for the Sydney 2000 Olympics, having sailed in the Mistral class previously. So she has returned to her roots for an Olympic campaign for the Athens 2004 Olympics. Also making a come back for a 2004 Olympic campaign is Michal Hein (ISR) currently lying in fourth position.

Men

1 FRA 112 Samuel Launay 3 2 9 2 7 pts
2 NZL 141 James Wells 6 1 7 (dnf) 14 pts
3 FRA 178 Nicolas Beudou 13 37 3 1 17 pts
4 FRA 7 Alexandre Guyader 8 10 4 5 17 pts
5 HUN 41 Aron Gadorfalvi 16 5 1 12 18 pts
6 ISR 18 Gal Fridman 10 4 20 6 20 pts
7 AUS 171 Michael Lancey 4 15 23 4 23 pts
8 GRE 1 Nikos Kaklamanakis 2 23 18 8 28 pts
9 FRA 8 Nicolas Huguet 15 11 2 34 28 pts
10 FRA 1 Fabrice Hassen 11 8 11 19 30 pts

Women

1 ISR 2 Shiri Ron 3 14 5 2 10 pts
2 NOR 3 Jannicke Staalstrom 7 29 8 1 16 pts
3 NZL 309 Sheena McKinnon 2 13 2 33 17 pts
4 ISR 6 Michal Hein 26 9 3 5 17 pts
5 ITA 25 Alessandra Sensini 35 8 10 3 21 pts
6 BEL 90 Sigrid Rondelez (ocs ) 12 4 7 23 pts
7 POL 17 Marzena Okonska 9 28 1 14 24 pts
8 POL 82 Natalia Kosinka 8 10 14 6 24 pts
9 FRA 9 Faustine Merret 17 6 9 12 27 pts
10 FRA 42 Marine Behaghel 22 2 6 25 30 pts
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