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21 October 2002, 05:36 pm
Championship Decided
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Gybe Mark Action©Event Media

Snipe Women's World Championship
Tampa Bay, Florida

C. Krebs and J. Redler (USA) have narrowly won both the Women’s World Championship and the US National Championship, finishing only 2.25 points in front of K. Eikeland & J. Krefting from Norway.
C. Krebs and J. Redler (USA) have narrowly won both the Women's World Championship and the US National Championship, finishing only 2.25 points in front of K. Eikeland & J. Krefting from Norway.

Seven races were sailed in an event that saw four different race winners and only five points separating the top four competitors. In third place were B. Hallawell and S. Suarez (USA), themselves only two points ahead of A. Foglia & M. Foglia (URU).

Twenty-Seven boats converged on St Petersburg Yacht Club in Tampa Bay from as far away as Japan, Sweden and Norway and enjoyed some close racing throughout the week.

From tomorrow, the same Yacht Club will host the Snipe Masters World Championship, to be held in conjunction with the US Masters Nationals.

Overall Top Ten (After 7 Races)

Position Crew Nation Total
1 C. Krebs & J. Redler USA 18.5
2 K. Eikeland & J. Krefting NOR 20.75
3 B. Hallawell & S. Suarez USA 21.5
4 A. Foglia & M. Foglia URU 23.5
5 C. Cronin & K. Fears USA 27
6 L. Stout & L. Filter USA 33
7 L. Pline & S. Eldridge USA 35
8 J. Gauthier & J. Spring USA 37
9 U. Nystrom & J. Stahl SWE 55
10 J. Bruner & P. Duffy USA 57
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