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24 July 2003, 10:43 am
Jesus and Miguel AMALIACH Extend Lead
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Haven/Haven (NED) First Juniors

Vaurien World Championship
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Two more races were sailed yesterday at the 2003 Vaurien World Championships with Jesus and Miguel AMALIACH (ESP) extending their lead to 23 points.
Javier SERRANO and Rosa FORURIA (ESP) have moved up to second place after claiming first place in race 8 and taking sixth in race 8.

The fight for the women's title is still being led by Olatz MUNOZ and Jaione AYASTUI from Spain who have moved up to seventh place overall having improved their form to finish in the top ten of the last three races. The first junior and the first non-Spanish team is Hidde-Jan and Mark HAVEN from the Netherlands who have moved up one place to sixth overall, despite finishing in 40 in race 7.

Top Ten After Eight Races

Pos Nation Helm, Crew R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 Pts
1 ESP AMALIACH Jesus, AMALIACH Miguel 6 4 4 2 2 4 5 -14 27
2 ESP SERRANO Fco.Javier, FORURIA Rosa bf -21 1 5 18 10 6 1 49.9
3 ESP BARRIONUEVO Jesus, SOTO Jose (nc) 26 7 7 3 1 3 7 54
4 ESP PORTO Javier, MARTIN Alberto bf 8 2 10 14 8 1 (bf) 60.7
5 ESP PORTO Enrique, GARCOA David 12 12 17 15 -26 12 4 4 76
6 NED HAVEN Hidde-Jan, HAVEN Mark 4 17 8 12 20 11 -40 5 77
7 ESP MUNOZ Olatz, AYASTUI Jaione 17 16 -18 18 15 3 8 2 79
8 NED VISSIA Johan, HUISMAN Helena 1 3 21 13 10 13 (bf) 26 87
9 ITA GRAZIANI FRANCESCO, PISA, MARTA DELLI, Senior bf (nf) 12 4 7 15 20 10 89.3
10 NED OTTE Tom, DEEN Afke 20 5 13 -23 12 14 19 9 92
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