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9 October 2003, 03:51 pm
Shortlist Announced
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ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year Awards 2003

ISAF and Rolex are proud to announce the male and female sailors shortlisted for the ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year Awards 2003.
The criteria for nomination for the ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year Awards 2003 was "outstanding achievement" in the period 1 September 2002 to 31 August 2003. To this nomination period were added the results from the 2003 ISAF World Championship, with all Gold Medallists included amongst the shortlisted sailors, with the exception of those who won the ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year Awards in 2002.


Male
Darren Bundock and John Forbes (AUS)
Russell Coutts (SUI)
Neville Crichton (NZL)
Augie Diaz (USA)
Chris Draper and Simon Hiscocks (GBR)
Gal Fridman (ISR)
Torben Grael (BRA)
Gustavo Lima (POR)
Przemyslaw Miarczynski (POL)
Xavier Rohart and Pascal Rambeau (FRA)
Gabrio Zandona and Andrea Trani (ITA)

Female
Betsy Alison, Suzy Leech and Lee Icyda (USA)
Adrienne Cahalan (AUS)
Lee Korsiz (ISR)
Malin Millbourn, Linda Yström, Åsa Aronsson and Kim Kulstad (SWE)
Siren Sundby (NOR)
Hannah Swett, Joan Touchette and Melissa Purdy (USA)

Marking the tenth Anniversary of the World Sailor of the Year Awards, 2003 sees the greatest number of male and female nominees ever shortlisted. An interesting mix of outstanding achievements will no doubt set the race for some close voting.

All the nominees are worthy winners, but it is now up to the 114 ISAF Member National Authorities, the national governing bodies for sailing, around the world to cast their vote for the one female nominee and one male nominee whom they feel deserve the honour of receiving the ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year Award 2003.

Sailing legend Paul Cayard (USA) will host the Awards Presentation on the evening of Wednesday 12 November 2003 in Barcelona, Spain when the winners will be announced and presented with a Rolex timepiece and the ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year Award Trophy.

The achievements of the shortlisted sailors are:

MALE

Darren Bundock and John Forbes (AUS)
No ALT tag specifiedA third consecutive defence of their World Championship title has concluded a phenomenal twelve months for Darren and John. A stylish opening win at the 2002 Tornado World Championship, followed by a win at Sail Melbourne, where they took the gun in each of the nine races, was a fitting prediction of what the rest of the season would hold.

Combine this with results which included either first or second places at all the other ISAF Graded events they entered, with the exception of SPA Regatta, it was no surprise for them to be honoured as recipients of the Australian Institute of Sport Team Award, which was then followed by the Australian Male Sailor of the Year Award in July.

Their victory at the 2003 Tornado World Championship marked history in many ways, as the title represented Darren's fourth World Championship victory in the Tornado and John's sixth, according them the honour of holding the record for winning the World Championship the most times.

Darren, without John as crew, has also been competing elsewhere on the multihull circuit this year, picking up a first place finish in the Round Texel Race sailing a Hobie 18 Tiger and a second at the Formula 18 World Championship.

1st - Tornado World Championship, September 2002 - Grade W
1st - Sail Melbourne, January 2003 - Ungraded
2nd - Barcelona Olympic Sailing Week, April 2003 - Grade 2
1st - Princess Sofia Trophy, April 2003 - Grade 2
1st - Tornado European Championship, June 2003 - Grade 1
4th - Kieler Woche, June 2003 - Grade 1
1st - Athens Regatta, August 2003 - Ungraded
1st - 2003 ISAF World Championship - Tornado, September 2003 - Grade W


Russell Coutts (SUI)
No ALT tag specifiedSkippering Alinghi, Russell Coutts won the XXXI America's Cup Match and in so doing swept history aside to create his own.

Having walked the Louis Vuitton Cup with a 5-1 victory over Oracle BMW, the dream of bringing the America's Cup to Europe for the first time in its 152 year history was one step closer. The America's Cup Match was claimed with a similar command and a straight line win of 5-0 against Team New Zealand, with dominance throughout as Alinghi won three of the five starts, all five first crosses and led at the first windward mark in every race. They lost one lead, in Race 2, before staging a dramatic comeback on the run to the finish. Alinghi also became the only syndicate to have won the America's Cup on its first attempt.

With the victory, Russell Coutts became the all time winning skipper in the America's Cup Match. He won 14 races without a loss, adding the five wins of 2003 to the nine he earned with Team New Zealand in the 1995 and 2000 campaigns, surpassing Dennis Conner for total victories and Charlie Barr for most without a loss. His third consecutive America's Cup victory ties him with Harold Vanderbilt and Charlie Barr.

1st - Louis Vuitton Cup, January 2003
1st - XXXI America's Cup Match, March 2003
4th - Rolex Farr 40 Worlds, July 2003
3rd - Hamilton Island Race Week (IRC), August 2003
6th - 2003 ISAF World Match Racing Championship, August 2003 - Grade W


Neville Crichton (NZL)
No ALT tag specifiedThe past twelve months have brought Neville Crichton to the forefront of the international keelboat racing scene as an owner/driver who has taken line honours in virtually every event in which he has competed. Crichton started his winning streak in Australia, before heading to Europe where he picked up line honours in every race at the Rolex Giraglia Cup, smashed the Giraglia Race Record and finished second overall with line honours in the Rolex Fastnet Race. It is no wonder that Crichton's maxi yacht, Alfa Romeo, has been dubbed the world's fastest super-maxi.

2nd - Hamilton Island Race Week, September 2002 (line honours all races)
1st - Bird Island Race (Sydney-Newcastle), November 2002 (line honours)
1st - Flinders Island Race, November 2002 (line honours)
1st (IRC) - JP Morgan Regatta, November/December 2002 (line honours all races)
Line Honours - Canon Big Boat Challenge, December 2002
1st (IRC) - British Trophy Regatta, December 2002 (line honours all races)
11th (IRC) - Rolex Sydney Hobart, December 2002 (line honours)
2nd - Millenium Cup, January 2003 (line honours all races)
6th (ORC) - Trofeo Zegna, May 2003
17th - Rolex Giraglia Cup, June 2003 (line honours all races)
Giraglia Race Record - 22 hours, 13 minutes, 48 seconds. Average speed 10.9 knots
2nd - 2003 Rolex Fastnet Race, August 2003 (line honours)


Augie Diaz (USA)
No ALT tag specifiedThe past twelve months have seen one of the most successful series of events for Augie Diaz, with his pinnacle achievements being the Gold Medals at the Snipe Masters World Championship last year and the Snipe World Championship in August 2003. Augie's success seems to be in the variety of crews he sails with, and added to the World Championship results, he has claimed a number of regional Championship titles.

In addition to his Snipe successes, Augie has enjoyed some solid performances on the Star and Laser circuits, placing top 15 results in each of the three ISAF Graded Star events. His most significant result in the Laser was the Laser North American Masters title back in November 2002.

1st - Western Hemisphere Championship, September 2002 (crew Jon Rogers)
1st - Snipe World Masters Championship, Oct 2002 (crew John Kehoe)
1st - Florida State Snipe Championship, November 2002 (crew John Kehoe)
1st - Laser North American Masters, November 2002
6th - Levin Memorial Trophy (Star), January 2003 Grade 3
14th - Rolex Miami OCR (Star), February 2003 - Grade 1
5th - Barcardi Cup (Star), March 2003 - Grade 1
1st - Zimmerman Trophy (Clearwater Midwinters, Don Q Regatta, Barcadi Cup and the Gamblin Trophy) April 2003
2nd - Colonial Cup, June 2003 (crew John Kehoe)
3rd - Heinzling Series, July 2003 (crew Jon Rogers)
7th - Crosby Series, July 2003 (crew Jon Rogers)
1st - Snipe World Championship, August 2003 (crew Jon Rogers)


Chris Draper and Simon Hiscocks (GBR)
No ALT tag specifiedA fantastic year of sailing, culminating in a Gold Medal at the ISAF World Championship with two races to spare amongst the world's toughest 49er sailors, an admirable conclusion to their season. Their Gold Medal was matched by their leap into the number one slot in the ISAF World Rankings.

The first regatta that counted towards their nomination was IX Barcelona Olympic Sailing Week, which they won in style with a series of top placings. This in turn was followed by dominance at two of the toughest European Grade 1 Events, SPA Regatta and Kieler Woche. With eight ISAF Graded events counting towards their nomination, they have either won or placed top three in six out of the eight, placing a fourth and sixth in the remainder - a superb performance.

1st - IX Barcelona Olympic Sailing Week, April 2003 - Grade 2
6th - XXXIV Princess Sofia Trophy, April 2003 - Grade 2
4th - Semaine Olympique Francaise, April 2003 - Grade 1
1st - SPA Regatta, May 2003 - Grade 1
1st - Kieler Woche, June 2003 - Grade 1
2nd - 49er European Championship, July 2003 - Grade 1
2nd - Saronikos Gulf Regatta, August 2003 - Grade 3
1st - ISAF World Championship - 49er, September 2003 - Grade W


Gal Fridman (ISR)
No ALT tag specifiedGal Fridman has made a fantastic comeback to top level windsurfing, after he stopped competing due to an illness just before the 2000 Olympic Regatta, instead turning his hand to cycle racing. He returned to the windsurfing circuit after about twelve months and to his previous winning form, claiming the ultimate prize in December 2002 in the form of a World Championship title. Prior to this, he notched up a second place at the European Championship in September and has gone on to finish in top three positions in each of the ISAF Graded Events entered.

The ISAF World Championships further marked Gal's skill at the top, claiming the Bronze Medal on the final day. In February 2003, Gal achieved the number one spot on the ISAF World Rankings, before flirting between the top three places, and is currently ranked seventh.

2nd - Mistral European Championship, September 2002 - Grade 1
1st - Mistral World Championship, December 2002 - Grade W
2nd - Semaine Olympique Francaise, May 2003 - Grade 1
4th - Mistral European Championship, May 2003 - Grade 1
2nd - Athens Regatta, August 2003 - Ungraded
3rd - 2003 ISAF World Championship - Mistral, September 2003 - Grade W


Torben Grael (BRA)
No ALT tag specifiedThe nomination period for Torben Grael began this year calling tactics aboard Luna Rossa in the Louis Vuitton Cup, challenging for the right to contest the America's Cup Match against Team New Zealand. However, with the Prada team eliminated in the semi-finals, Grael turned his attentions back to the Star, a class in which he already holds three Olympic medals.

Dominating in the Star is notoriously difficult, but Grael charged straight into second place at the ISAF Grade 1 SPA Regatta in May, before claiming Gold at the Athens 2003 Regatta.

Whilst not competing in the Star, Grael sails big boats and ranks one of his achievements over the past twelve months as helming the 112 foot sloop Ipanema to victory in Division 1 of the New Zealand Millennium Cup at the expense of fellow nominee, Neville Crichton who had to settle for second.

Tactician - Prada Challenge, 2002 Louis Vuitton Cup (eliminated semi-finals)
1st - Millennium Cup Super-Yacht Cup, February 2003
2nd - SPA Regatta, May 2003 - Grade1
1st - Circuito Vela Brasil de Match Race (Match), June 2003 - Grade 4
6th - Kieler Woche, June 2003 - Grade 1
1st - Athens Regatta, August 2003 - Ungraded
32nd - 2003 ISAF World Championship - Star, September 2003 - Grade W


Gustavo Lima (POR)
No ALT tag specifiedThe Gold Medal at the 2003 Laser World Championships ranks as the pinnacle of Gustavo's sailing career to date. He opened the series clearly as he meant to go on taking the gun in both races to lead overall, a position he held through until the end to claim the Gold Medal ahead of six times World Champion Robert Scheidt (BRA). Gustavo demonstrated a fantastic display of sailing and skill, completing a series with all his results in the top ten, including five bullets, which alongside the World Championship title qualified Portugal for the 2004 Olympic Regatta.

Leading up to the Worlds, Gustavo had focused on the European circuit, with his best result at a Grade 1 event being his tenth at SPA Regatta.

27th - Laser World Championship, September 2002 - Grade W
4th - IX Barcelona Olympic Sailing Week, April 2003 - Grade 2
23rd - Semaine Olympique Francaise, May 2003 - Grade 1
10th - SPA Regatta, May 2003 - Grade 1
11th - Kieler Woche, June 2003 - Grade 1
1st - Matosinhos Sailing Cup, July 2003 - Grade 3
6th - Athens Regatta, August 2003 - Ungraded
13th - Laser European Championship, August 2003 - Grade 1
1st - 2003 ISAF World Championship - Laser, September 2003 - Grade W


Przemek Miarczynski (POL)
No ALT tag specifiedFellow competitors said that the 2003 ISAF World Championship would belong to Przemek, who prefers to be known as Pont, knowing the stronger winds forecast to prevail in Cadiz were his speciality. To form, Pont excelled in the opening day, taking the gun in both races. This was followed by a series of race honours, give a total of eight bullets in the ten he races sailed, and a Gold Medal triumph with a race to spare.

An outstanding achievement for any sailor, which is all the more remarkable when one considers his form during the rest of the nomination period. Placing eighteenth at last year's World Championship and a twenty-seventh at the European Championship in May, he did not claim a podium finish from any of the ISAF Graded events he entered, until sailing in the Olympic arena, he took Bronze Medal at the Athens Regatta 2003, a sign of things to come in Cadiz and for 2004.

At the opening of the period of nomination in September 2002, Pont was the world's number one ranked Mistral sailor, and currently sits in sixth.

5th - Mistral European Championship, September 2002 - Grade 1
18th - Mistral World Championship, December 2002 - Grade W
4th - Barcelona Olympic Sailing Week, April 2003 - Grade 2
4th - Princess Sofia Trophy, April 2003 - Grade 2
27th - Mistral European Championship, May 2003 - Grade 1
4th - Kieler Woche, June 2003 - Grade 1
2nd - Athens Regatta, August 2003 - Ungraded
1st - 2003 ISAF World Championship - Mistral, September 2003 - Grade W


Xavier Rohart and Pascal Rambeau (FRA)
No ALT tag specifiedUnbelievably this pair had only sailed together for twenty days, ten in July and ten in August, prior to the 2003 ISAF World Championship. This lack of preparation had no ill effect and only served them well as they took the 2003 ISAF World Championship with a race to spare, outperforming the greatest names in the Star fleet. With no placings outside the top 5, they totally dominated and led the fleet overall from start to finish in the series.

When Xavier's usual crew Yannick Adde fell ill earlier in the year after SPA Regatta, at which point Xavier and Yannick were ranked number one in the world, he approached his old training partner Pascal Rambeau to join him. Opening their pairing with an eighth at the Athens Regatta, the 2003 ISAF World Championship was only their second event together, but their friendship going back more than ten years obviously contributed to their world class performance. With no events to Xavier's ranking from SPA until the ISAF World Championship, he currently sits at ninth in the world.

11th - Star European Championship, October 2003 - Grade 1
12th - Rolex Miami OCR, February 2003 - Grade 1
9th - Olympic Garda 2003, March 2003 - Grade 2
6th - XXXIV Princess Sofia Trophy, April 2003 - Grade 2
4th - SPA Regatta, May 2003 - Grade 1
8th - Athens Regatta, August 2003 - Ungraded
1st - 2003 ISAF World Championship - Star, September 2003 - Grade W


Andreas Trani and Gabrio Zandona (ITA)
No ALT tag specifiedWith a world ranking of fifteen going into the 2003 ISAF World Championship, Andreas and Gabrio could be considered the underdogs for a podium place, but they revelled in the shifty conditions and went into the five race final series in the overall lead. In claiming the Gold Medal on the final day, they secured their finest ever sailing achievement and qualified Italy for the 2004 Olympic Regatta.

They opened the period of nomination with a tenth at the 2002 470 World Championship, at that point their best ever performance at a 470 Worlds, setting the scene for Cadiz. This was followed by some consistent placings at the toughest of the ISAF Graded Events, including a third at the renowned Kieler Woche in Germany. Preparing themselves for the podium, they took a Bronze Medal at the Athens Regatta 2003.

The pair are currently ranked at number seven in the world, a position they previously held in February 2003, which marks their highest placing in the ISAF World Rankings.

10th - 470 World Championship, September 2002 - Grade W
5th - Sail Melbourne, January 2003 - Grade 1
1st - Olympic Garda 2003, March 2003 - Grade 3
18th - Semaine Olympique Francaise, May 2003 - Grade 1
3rd - Kieler Woche, June 2003 - Grade 1
21st - 470 European Championship, July 2003 - Grade 1
3rd - Athens Regatta, August 2003 - Ungraded
1st - 2003 ISAF World Championship - 470, September 2003 - Grade W


FEMALE

Betsy Alison, Suzy Leech and Lee Icyda (USA)
No ALT tag specifiedThis American trio have dominated at the top of the ISAF World Rankings in the Yngling since May 2003, having produced a series of top ten results from each of the ISAF Grade 1 and 2 events they have competed in over the past twelve months. Not satisfied in excelling in the women's fleet, they have also conquered the open fleet and claimed the Gold Medal at the Yngling Open World Championship in July 2003.

When not campaigning the Yngling, the trio, with the addition of Dini Hall, are a force to be reckoned with on the Women's Match Racing circuit. Over the period of nomination, they have posted top five results in all the ISAF Graded Match Racing events they have entered and currently rank seventh in the world.

1st - Osprey Cup (Match), November 2002 - Grade 1
1st - US Women's Match Race Championship (Match), December 2003 - Grade 3
1st - Palm Beach Ocean Regatta, January 2003 - Grade 2
5th - Rolex Miami OCR, February 2003 - Grade 1
3rd - USA Olympic Pre-Trials, February 2003 - Grade 2
7th - Princess Sofia Trophy Regatta, April 2003 - Grade 2
7th - Semaine Olympique Francaise, May 2003 - Grade 1
1st - SPA Regatta, May 2003 - Grade 1
3rd - Santa Maria Cup (Match), May 2003 - Grade 1
5th - Women's Match Racing World Championship (Match), June 2003 - Grade W
8th - Kieler Woche, June 2003 - Grade 1
5th - Swedish Match Cup (Match), July 2003 - Grade 1
1st - Yngling Open World Championship, July 2003 - Ungraded
5th - 2003 ISAF World Championship - Yngling, September 2003 - Grade W


Adrienne Cahalan (AUS)
No ALT tag specifiedThis is the third time world renowned navigator Adrienne Cahalan has been nominated for the Award. Adrienne kicked off this nomination as weather router on Maiden II when they claimed the Round Britain and Ireland record, knocking a day of the previous time. Less than a week later she was off again, this time co-skippering Maiden II and smashing the Cowes to Dinard Record, with an hour's gain over the previous time.

Adrienne's achievements through the remainder of the period are a testament to her pre-eminence as a navigator, with call ups up for numerous campaigns including Farr 40's, the Sydney Hobart and the Admiral's Cup. In December 2002, her longstanding relationship with Nicorette saw her equalling the current record of being one of only two women who have competed in twelve Sydney Hobart races. In July, Adrienne was honoured with the Australian Female Sailor of the Year Award.

Round Britain and Ireland Record - Maiden II (4 days, 17 hours, 4 minutes, 23 seconds. Average speed 15.8 knots), September 2002 (weather router)
Cowes - Dinard Record - Maiden II (5 hours, 23 minutes, 38 seconds. Average speed 25.6 knots), September 2002 (co-skipper)
1st - San Francisco Big Boat Series - Farr 40 'Barking Mad', September 2002 (navigator)
31st (IRC) (5th over line) - Rolex Sydney Hobart, Nicorette, December 2002 (navigator)
3rd - Fort Lauderdale - Montego Bay Race, February 2003 (navigator)
2nd - St Petersburg - Isla Muerjes Race, April 2003 (navigator)
2nd - Sydney - Coffs Harbour, May 2003 (navigator)
1st - Admiral's Cup - Aftershock, July 2003 (navigator)


Lee Korsiz (ISR)
No ALT tag specifiedHistory was made when Lee claimed her Gold Medal at the 2003 ISAF World Championship in Cadiz. Her triumph at the Worlds as the youngest ever female windsurfer to win the Mistral World Championship was matched by the history she made in becoming the first Israeli woman to win a World Championship in any sport. Whilst her claim on the Gold was only secured in the final race, Lee dominated the women's fleet in Cadiz from day one, and her result also qualified Israel for the 2004 Olympic Regatta.

A newcomer to the sport of windsurfing, Lee has enjoyed a meteoric rise in the Mistral fleet over the past twelve months, leaving her fellow sailors in her wake. Prior to the 2003 Worlds, her best result was a fourth at the Athens Regatta 2003, which is even more impressive considering she only entered the ISAF World Rankings in October 2002 with a ranking of 82. A world ranking which has now risen to 22 as at 1 October 2003.

23rd - Mistral European Championship, September 2002 - Grade 1
27th - Mistral World Championship, December 2002 - Grade W
8th - Semaine Olympique Francaise, May 2003 - Grade 1
7th - Mistral European Championship, May 2003 - Grade 1
8th - Kieler Woche, June 2003 - Grade 1
4th - Athens Regatta, August 2003 - Ungraded
1st - 2003 ISAF World Championship - Mistral, September 2003 - Grade W


Malin Millbourn, Kim Kulstad, Åsa Aronsson and Linda Yström (SWE)
No ALT tag specifiedThis match racing crew reached the pinnacle of their discipline in June 2003 when they won the ISAF Women's Match Racing World Championship in Sundsvall, Sweden. A nail biting best of five finals saw two matches apiece, before Malin and crew claimed the decider and the World Championship title. This Gold Medal wrapped up an exceptional year, in which they finished in the top three of all but two of the ISAF Graded events entered. Since October 2002, they have claimed the world's number two place on the ISAF World Match Race Rankings.

3rd - BUKOWSKIS Women's Nordic Match Racing Championship, August 2002 - Grade 3
1st - Saint Quay Women's Match Racing, September 2002 - Grade 1
1st - IV Criterium International Women Match Racing, May 2003 - Grade 1
8th - Lady Cup, May 2003 - Grade 3
3rd - Swedish Women's Match Racing Championship, June 2003 - Grade 3
1st - ISAF Women's Match Racing World Championship, June 2003 - Grade W
4th - Swedish Match Cup, July 2003 - Grade 1
2nd - European Match Racing Championship for Women, August 2003 - Grade 2


Siren Sundby (NOR)
No ALT tag specifiedAt just 20 years of age, Siren Sundby has reached the top of her discipline, surpassing the rest of the fleet to claim many Championship titles over the past twelve months. The pinnacle being the 2003 ISAF World Championship in Cadiz, which she won with a race to spare having sat in a medal position from the outset.

Opening the nomination period with a Silver Medal at the 2002 Europe Class World Championship, Siren sailed outstandingly through the year placing first in all but three of the ISAF Graded events she entered, and never finishing outside the top three in the remainder.

Siren has been amongst the world's top ten ranked Europe sailors since last year, with her upwards climb sealed in May 2003 as she broke into the top three, before claiming the world's number one slot in August, briefly dropping to two in September, and reclaiming pole position in October 2003.

2nd - Europe Class World Championship, September 2002 - Grade W
1st - III International Carnival Regatta, March 2003 - Ungraded
3rd - XXXIV Princess Sofia Trophy, April 2003 - Grade 2
1st - Semaine Olympique Francaise, May 2003 - Grade 1
3rd - SPA Regatta, May 2003 - Grade 1
1st - Scandinavian Race Week, June 2003 - Grade 2
1st - Europe Class Open Week, July 2003 - Grade 2
1st - Europe Class European Championship, July 2003 - Grade 1
1st - Athens Regatta, August 2003 - Ungraded
1st - 2003 ISAF World Championship - Europe, September 2003 - Grade W


Hannah Swett, Joan Touchette and Melissa Purdy (USA)
No ALT tag specifiedHannah, Joan and Melissa have enjoyed an outstanding year in the Yngling class, culminating in taking the ISAF World Championship title in Cadiz in September, going one place better than their result at the Open World Championship in July 2003.

The team have been consistently at the head of the fleet in the other events they have contested on the ISAF Graded Women's circuit and at Open events, with top two places in all but four of the events. They achieved their highest placing on the ISAF World Rankings in July 2003, when they hit the number three spot, and currently place fifth in the world.

2nd - Fall Equniox Regatta (Open), September 2002 - Ungraded
1st - Acors Thompson Regatta, October 2002 - Ungraded
1st - Rolex American Yacht Club Regatta, October 2002 - Ungraded
5th - Ocean Regatta, January 2003 - Grade 2
8th - Rolex Miami OCR, February 2003 - Grade 1
1st - USA Olympic Pre-Trials Regatta, February 2003 - Grade 2
10th - SPA Regatta, May 2003 - Grade 1
1st - Scandinavian Race Week, June 2003 - Grade 3
1st - Danish National Championship, June 2003 - Ungraded
2nd - Kieler Woche, June 2003 - Grade 1
2nd - Yngling Open World Championship, July 2003 - Ungraded
5th - Warnemunder Woche, July 2003 - Grade 2
2nd - Athens Regatta, August 2003 - Ungraded
1st - 2003 ISAF World Championship - Europe, September 2003 - Grade W

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