The Official
Website of the
International
Sailing Federation

www.sailing.org
11 July 2003, 10:27 am
Racing Finally Begins
No ALT tag specified

470 European Championship
Brest

Tension was increasing on day two of the championship as competitors awoke yesterday to glassy conditions and the prospect of no qualification races again at the championship.
A minimum of four qualification races are required before the fleets can be seeded into Gold, Silver and Bronze fleets for the final races. Luckily, yesterday evening, a thermal breeze building to 12 knots allowed two races to be sailed after competitors were sent out on the water at 1730 local time.

Russian sailors, Vlada ILIENKO and Natalia GAPONOVICH are currently tied on first place in the girls fleet with a fourth and a third, with the Adam sisters from France.

Only one race was sailed for each of the three men's groups, results are available below and on the event website. Racing is due to get underway today at 1300 local times.

Results

Women

Pos Nation Crew Total R1 R2
1 RUS ILIENKO Vlada 7 4 3
GAPONOVICH Natalia
1ex FRA ADAM MANUELLE 7 4 3
ADAM VIRGINIE
3 CAN PROVAN Jennifer 8 6 2
GIRKE Nikola
4 SLO DEKLEVA Vesna 10 9 1
MAUCEC Klara
5 POL TYLINSKA Katarzyna 11 3 8
BRZOSKA Gabriela

Men (Green)

Pos Nation Crew Total R1
1 JPN SEKI Kazuto 1 1
TODOROKI Kenjiro
2 GBR ROGERS Nocholas 2 2
GLANFIELD Joe
3 GRE MANTIS PANAGIOTIS 3 3
POLYCHRONIDIS Theodoros

Men (Pink)

Pos Nation Crew Total R1
1 JPN NAKAMURA Kimitoshi 1 1
YAMADA Kan
2 GER ZELLMER Lucas 2 2
KRABBE Felix
3 USA FOERSTER Paul 3 3
BURNHAM Kevin

Men (White)

Pos Nation Crew Total R1
1 JPN 3933 TAKAGI Katsuya 1 1
TANIGAWA Ryosuke
2 FRA 2608 CHARBONNIER NICOLAS 2 2
BAUSSET OLIVIER
3 ISR 12 YOGEV Yosef 3 3
SHAHAF Amir
ISAF News Editor
Share this page
Isaf TV
Latest News
News Archive
© 2014 Copyright ISAF/ISAF UK Ltd. All Rights Reserved Privacy & Cookies delivered by Sotic powered by OpenText WSM