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8 September 2003, 12:16 pm
Spain and Sweden Dominate
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Europe Men's World Championship and Open Week
Bay of Cadiz

Various races had to be cancelled by the Race Committee in Saturday's schedule because of the wind conditions. The poniente did not make an appearance until 3pm causing delays to all the races, blowing at a timid 5 to 7 knots.
Men's Worlds

The Europe Class for Men had its third day of competition with the Swede Patrik JOHANSSON maintain his place as leader and the Spanish Manuel JIMENEZ in second place, with the Swede Fredrik SVENSSON in third and fourth place to Jesus ROGEL and eighth place to Francesc TERRASA.

Yesterday was a lay day in Cadiz and racing continues today

Overall Top 8

1 SWE Patrik Johansson 20
2 ESP Manuel Jiménez (RCN La Coruña) 26
3 SWE Fredik Svensson 34
4 ESP Jesús Rogel 37
5 SWE Oscar Cleason 43
6 NOR Chistopher Gundersen 50
7 SWE Claeson Arvid 52
8 ESP Francesc Terrasa 59


In the Women's Open Week the clash is between the Czech Lenka SMIDOVA, the American Mary E. GAILLARD. Polish sailor Weronika GLINKIEWICZ and the German Petra NIEMAN are in third and fourth place. The highest placed Spaniard is Marina GALLEGO.

Overall Top Ten

Pos Nation Name Total
1 CZE Lenka Smidova 16
2 USA Mary E. Gaillard 18
3 POL Weronika Glinkiewicz 22
3 GER Petra Nieman 22
5 NZL Sarah Macky 26
6 NOR Siren Sundby 27
6 MEX Tania Elias-Calles Wolf 27
8 FRA Blandine Rouille 33
8 ESP Marina Gallego 33

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