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16 January 2002, 02:36 pm
Day 2
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420 Class

Sail Melbourne
Melbourne

Hong Kong’s Cheung Ka Ho and Ashun Tong Ping Shun (HKG) still hold their lead in the 420 class. Felix Paterson and Madi McClure sailing Pelorus (TAS) have stolen the lead in the Cadet National Championships.
Sydneysiders Nathan Wilmot and Malcolm Page (AUS) still maintain their lead in the Mens 470 class.

Australia's Jenny Armstrong and Belinda Stowell hold a commanding lead over their nearest rivals.

Australia's Aaron Gregory has steamed ahead in the Laser Radial fleet.

Brendan Casey (AUS) still holds the lead in the Laser class.

As expected, Silver medallists in the Tornado class at the Sydney 2000 Games, Darren Bundock and John Forbes have won both races sailed today.

Italian brothers, Pietro and Gianfranco Sibello have taken the lead in the 49er class.

Belgian's Sebastien Godefroid, World No. 2, is cleaning up in the Finn class.

New Zealand's Jon Paul Tobin has grabbed the lead in the Mistral Sailboard class from Great Britain's Dom Tidey. Nick Dempsey, also Great Britain is consistent in second.

Natasha Sturges, representing Great Britain, maintains her lead in the Womens Mistral Sailboard. Whilst Sydney 2000 Olympian Jess Crisp (AUS) is just two points adrift in second.

A further two races were sailed on the 29er course. There was little opposition for the Linton (AUS) brother and sister act.
Di Pearson/News Editor
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