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29 September 2002, 06:14 pm
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Augie Diaz and John Rogers (USA)

Snipe Western Hemisphere and Orient Championship
Long Beach, California

After seven races and without winning a single one, Augie Diaz and John Rogers (USA) have won the Snipe Westerns in California.
Discarding a ninth place, theirs was proof if any were needed, that consistency wins championships. Three seconds and three third places saw them finish 2.25 points ahead of Alexandre Paradeda and Flavio Fernandez (BRA), early championship leaders. Paradeda, after winning three of the first four races, suffered towards the latter part of the week, allowing the duo from the USA through on the final day yesterday.

Marcos Mascarenhas and Pedro Caldas (BRA) finished in third place on 30 points in the 25 boat fleet which included entries from Chile, the Bahamas, Japan and Uruguay.

Final Top 10( After 7 Races/1 Discard)

Position Helm Crew Nation Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 Race 7 Total
1 Augie Diaz Jon Rogers USA 3 3 3 2 2 2 9 15
2 Alexandre Paradeda Flavio Fernandes Brazil 2 0.75 0.75 0.75 6 13 7 17.25
3 Marcos Mascarenhas Pedro Caldas Brazil 5 13 7 7 4 5 2 30
4 George Szabo Brian Janney USA 8 11 5 4 22 4 3 35
5 Randy Lake Piet Van Os USA 0.75 2 6 12 17 14 0.75 35.5
6 Santiago Silviera Nicolas Shaban Uruguay 6 22 8 6 3 6 8 37
7 Ivan Pimentel Pedro Tinoco Brazil 14 10 2 16 0.75 0.75 DNF 43.5
8 Javier Ocariz Nicolas Ocariz Argentina 4 6 21 14 5 12 5 46
9 Shigeru Matsuzaki Toshio Matsuzaki Japan 11 8 12.5 11 10 7 4 51
10 Henry Filter Lisa Griffith USA 17 9 4 5 14 3 18 52


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