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17 January 2002, 01:08 pm
Round Up Of The Classes
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Queensland sister and brother act, Renee and Aaron Linton (AUS), have won the last four races in the 29er class. This give them an unassailable lead in the 29er class.

Multi-talented Victorian sailor, Ian "Barney" Walker (AUS) posted a further two wins from two races today

Queensland's Brendan Casey (AUS) has maintained his lead of the Laser class series today.

Tasmania's dynamic duo, Felix Paterson and Madi McClure sailing Pelorus have come up trumps again today.

Italy's brothers, Pietro and Gianfranco Sibello (ITA) finished 2-1-3 in today's 49er class, and have a strong lead overall.

Olympic hopefuls, Nathan Wilmot and Malcolm Page (AUS) continue to lead the 470 Mixed Fleet.

Victoria's Sarah Blanck has finished with three wins today to continue her lead in the Europe class.

Cheung Ka Ho and Ashun Tong Ping Shun (HKG) have finished 1-2-1 in today's three races of the 420's.

New Zealand's Jon Paul Tobin finished today's two races with a 1.3 to maintain his one point lead over Nick Dempsey (GBR). Dominic Tidey moved up into third position.

Sydney's Jessica Crisp (AUS) has taken the lead from Natasha Sturges (GBR) in the Womens Mistral Sailboard with two wins today.

Australia's Silver medallist's at the Sydney Olympics, Darren Bundock and John Forbes, won both races in the Tornado.

Victoria's Melanie Dennison (AUS) has taken the lead in the Yngling three-person keelboat after winning three races.

Australia's Aaron Gregory has leapt ahead in the Laser Radial class.

For race reports and full results go to the event website.

Di Pearson/News Editor
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