ISAF Sailing World Cup Standings - New leaders take control

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Trofeo SAR Princess Sofia Mapfre, the third of seven ISAF Sailing World Cup Regattas, concluded today in Palma. After an action packed final day of racing the overall Standings have been shuffled around with new leaders taking control.

The first gold of the day in Palma, Mallorca, Spain was decided in the 49er fleet. It went to Jonas Warrer and Soren Hansen (DEN), and following their seventh place at US Sailing’s Rolex Miami OCR they have climbed up to top spot in the ISAF Sailing World Cup 49er Standings.

The Danish 49er team is packed full of talented skiff sailors with Allan Norregaard and Peter Lang tied on 33 points with their team mates in the Standings. The Danes are using the World Cup circuit to see who will head to London 2012, Warrer said, 'This win is very important for us and we couldn’t have done better and we are happy about that. The other Danes did quite well as well so it is very close. We are one point ahead with Hyeres the final qualification regatta.'

Lauri Lehtinen and Kalle Bask (FIN) finished 12th in Palma which takes them up to third in the Standings.

Ai Kondo and Wakako Tabata (JPN) missed out on Women’s 470 gold by one point as Giulia Conti and Giovanna Micol (ITA) won the Medal Race to leapfrog them. But the Japanese pair top the Women’s 470 Standings after they finished second at Sail Melbourne.

Since their first regatta together at Sail Melbourne, Beijing 2008 Women’s 470 gold medallist Elise Rechichi and Sydney 2000 gold medallist Belinda Stowell (AUS) have excelled and moved forward at a rate of knots. The pair are one point off Kondo and Tabata in the Standings. Kathrin Kadelbach and Friederike Belcher (GER), who won bronze in Palma, sit in third place.

Mathew Belcher and Malcolm Page (AUS) continue their excellent form in the Men’s 470 following an 18 point win over Gideon Kliger and Eran Sela (ISR) in Palma. The pair claimed gold at US Sailing’s Rolex Miami OCR after their gold medal performance at the 2011 ISAF Worlds and silver at Sail Melbourne.

The Australians top the World Cup Standings on 40 points, whilst Stuart McNay and Graham Biehl (USA), who finished out of the points in Palma, remain in second on 37 points. Silver medallists in Palma, Kliger and Sela sit third in the Standings tied on 32 points with Lucas Calabrese and Juan de la Fuente (ARG).

Robert Scheidt and Bruno Prada (BRA) are the ones to beat in the Star class following their second consecutive Star gold on the ISAF Sailing World Cup circuit. The Brazilians blew the competition away in Miami and despite not having it all their way in Palma, they showed why they are the World number one duo and the favourites for Olympic gold this summer.

They lead the Standings on 40 points followed by Xavier Rohart and Pierre Alexis-Ponsot (FRA) on 37 points and Fredrik Loof and Max Salminen (SWE) on 32 points.

Alicia Cebrian (ESP) moves into the Laser Radial Standings for the first time following her gold medal performance in Palma. But with the discard coming into play Lijia Xu (CHN) remains on top of the Standings with 40 points. Marit Bouwmeester (NED), who finished third in Palma, and Evi Van Acker (BEL) who took silver, both trail the Chinese Olympic bronze medallist by three points.

Ben Ainslie (GBR) took the Finn honours with a day to spare in Palma, but climbing to the top of the Finn Standings is Zach Railey (USA). The American added second place in Palma to his regatta victory at US Sailing’s Rolex Miami OCR, and with 39 points he is seven clear of Jonas Hoegh-Christensen (DEN) in second and 14 clear of compatriot Caleb Paine (USA). Meanwhile Ainslie, who was sailing at his first 2011-2012 World Cup regatta in Palma, is sixth.

Olivia Price (AUS) has moved to the top of the Women’s Match Racing Standings after another consistent performance. The young Australian defeated Tamara Echegoyen (ESP) in the Petit Final in Palma and tops the Standings with 37 points.

2011 ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year, Anna Tunnicliffe (USA), proved her worth in the final against Claire Leroy (FRA) with a 3-1 victory. She moves into second place in the Standings and US Sailing’s Rolex Miami OCR victor Lucy Macgregor (GBR) is third.

And in the Laser, Paul Goodison (GBR) leads the Standings on 39 points after his second place in Palma. With two bronze medals to his name Tom Burton (AUS) holds second place on 36 points and Nick Thompson (GBR) is third on 33 points.

Next up for the sailors is the Semaine Olympique Francaise, in Hyéres, France from 21-27 April. With a healthy entry list it will make for another exciting World Cup Regatta as teams prepare for the London 2012 Olympic Sailing Competition.

2.4 Metre Standings after Event 3
PosNameNationCrewE1E2E3E4E5E6E7Series Score
1Helena LucasGBR (-)1619----35
2Barend KolNED (-)1816----34
3Matthew BuggAUS 2013(-)----33
4Bjørnar ErikstadNOR (-)1518----33
5Paul TingleyCAN (-)1913----32
6Megan PascoeGBR (-)1715----32
7Mark Le blancUSA (-)1417----31
8Niko SalomaaFIN (-)1110----21
9Thierry SchmitterNED (-)-20----20
10Damien SeguinFRA (-)20-----20
11Brett WillcockNZL 19(-)-----19
12Paul FrancisNZL 18(-)-----18
13Heiko KroegerGER (-)-14----14
14Lasse KlötzingGER (-)-12----12
15John RufUSA (-)12-----12
16André RademakerNED (-)-11----11
17Juan Fernandez ocampoARG (-)10-----10
18Fabrizio OlmiITA (-)-9----9
19Julio RegueroPUR (-)9-----9
20Will StreetGBR (-)-8----8
Men's 470 Standings after Event 3
PosNameNationCrewE1E2E3E4E5E6E7Series Score
1Mathew BelcherAUSMalcolm Page(19)2020----40
2Stuart McnayUSAGraham Biehl2017(0)----37
3Gideon KligerISREran Sela(-)1319----32
4Lucas CalabreseARGJuan De la fuente(-)1616----32
5Panagiotis KambouridisGREEfstathios Papadopoulos(-)1812----30
6Ryunosuke HaradaJPNYuugo Yoshida16(-)14----30
7Panagiotis MantisGREPavlos Kagialis(-)1515----30
8Sam KivellAUSWilliam Ryan18(-)11----29
9Paul Snow-hansenNZLJason Saunders15(-)10----25
10Joonas LindgrenFINNiklas Lindgren(-)813----21
11Luke RamsayCANMichael Leigh146(0)----20
12Sven CosterNEDKalle Coster(-)190----19
13Anton DahlbergSWESebastian Östling(-)145----19
14Pierre LeboucherFRAVincent Garos(-)-18----18
15Nicolas CharbonnierFRAJeremie Mion(-)-17----17
16Adam RobertsUSANicholas Martin17(-)-----17
17Scott CottonAUSRobert Size13(-)-----13
18Asenathi JimRSARoger Hudson94(0)----13
19Ben SaxtonGBRRichard Mason(-)120----12
20Matthew - duplicate Crawford - duplicateAUSRobert Crawford12(-)-----12
Women's 470 Standings after Event 3
PosNameNationCrewE1E2E3E4E5E6E7Series Score
1Ai KondoJPNWakako Tabata19(-)19----38
2Elise RechichiAUSBelinda Stowell20(-)17----37
3Kathrin KadelbachGERFriederike Belcher16(13)18----34
4Amanda ClarkUSASarah Lihan1816(0)----34
5Sophie WeguelinGBRSophie Ainsworth(-)1814----32
6Hannah MillsGBRSaskia Clark(-)1911----30
7Gil CohenISRVered Buskila(-)1515----30
8María fernanda SestoARGConsuelo Monsegur(-)179----26
9Lisa WesterhofNEDLobke Berkhout(-)204----24
10Giulia ContiITAGiovanna Micol(-)-20----20
11Erin MaxwellUSAIsabelle Farrar17(-)-----17
12Emmanuelle RolFRAHélène Defrance(-)-16----16
13Sasha RyanAUSChelsea Hall15(-)-----15
14Lara VadlauAUTEva-maria Schimak(-)123----15
15Anne HaegerUSABriana Provancha(-)14-----14
16Anastasia KolomietsUKROleksandra Chycherova14(-)-----14
17Agnieszka SkrzypulecPOLJolanta Ogar(-)-13----13
18Annika BochmannGERLisa Panuschka(-)-12----12
19Lisa EricsonSWEAstrid Gabrielsson(-)110----11
20Fernanda OliveiraBRAAna luiza Barbachan(-)-10----10
49er Standings after Event 3
PosNameNationCrewE1E2E3E4E5E6E7Series Score
1Jonas WarrerDENSøren Hansen(-)1320----33
2Allan NorregaardDENPeter Lang(-)1716----33
3Lauri LehtinenFINKalle Bask(-)189----27
4Erik StorckUSATrevor Moore(-)197----26
5Nico Delle - karthAUTNikolaus Resch(-)20-----20
6Nathan OutteridgeAUSIain Jensen20(-)-----20
7Manu DyenFRAStéphane Christidis(-)-19----19
8William PhillipsAUSSam Phillips19(-)-----19
9Tobias SchadewaldtGERHans Burchard(-)-18----18
10Peter BurlingNZLBlair Tuke18(-)-----18
11Ryan SeatonIRLMatthew Mcgovern17(-)0----17
12John PinkGBRRichard Peacock(-)-17----17
13Jesse KirklandBERAlexander Kirkland(-)98----17
14Gordon CookCANHunter Lowden(-)160----16
15Steven ThomasAUSJasper Warren16(-)-----16
16Jonas Von geijerSWENiclas Düring(-)150----15
17David EvansGBREdward Powys(-)-15----15
18Marcus HansenNZLJosh Porebski15(-)-----15
19Jon LadhaCANDaniel Inkpen(-)140----14
20Pablo HermanCHILuis felipe Herman14(-)0----14
Finn Standings after Event 3
PosNameNationCrewE1E2E3E4E5E6E7Series Score
1Zach RaileyUSA (-)2019----39
2Jonas Hoegh-christensenDEN (-)1913----32
3Caleb PaineUSA (-)169----25
4Rob CouttsNZL 157(-)----22
5Gregory DouglasCAN (-)183----21
6Olexsiy BorysovUKR 20(-)0----20
7Ben AinslieGBR (-)-20----20
8Ben LeibowitzUSA 128(-)----20
9Oliver TweddellAUS 19(-)-----19
10Brendan CaseyAUS (-)172----19
11Christopher CookCAN (-)-18----18
12Rob McmillanAUS 18(-)-----18
13Andrew MillsGBR (-)-17----17
14Bradley DouglasNZL 17(-)-----17
15Dan SlaterNZL (-)-16----16
16Matt VisserAUS 16(-)-----16
17Daniel BirgmarkSWE (-)-15----15
18Brendan WiltonCAN (-)15-----15
19Martin RobitailleCAN (-)140----14
20Vasilij ZbogarSLO (-)-14----14
Laser Standings after Event 3
1Paul GoodisonGBR (-)2019----39
2Tom BurtonAUS 18(-)18----36
3Nick ThompsonGBR 19(-)14----33
4Charlie BuckinghamUSA (10)1417----31
5Bruno FontesBRA (-)1911----30
6Tom SlingsbyAUS 20(-)8----28
7Lee ParkhillCAN 169(-)----25
8David WrightCAN (-)185----23
9Emil CedergårdhSWE (-)616----22
10Simon GrotelueschenGER (-)-20----20
11Rasmus MyrgrenSWE (5)119----20
12Marco GalloITA (-)170----17
13Ashley BrunningAUS 17(-)0----17
14Clay JohnsonUSA (-)16-----16
15Rutger Van schaardenburgNED 3(-)13----16
16Julio AlsogarayARG (-)150----15
17Javier HernandezESP (-)-15----15
18Andy MaloneyNZL 15(-)-----15
19Nicholas HeinerNED 14(-)0----14
20Chris DoldCAN (-)130----13
Laser Radial Standings after Event 3
PosNameNationCrewE1E2E3E4E5E6E7Series Score
1Lijia XuCHN 2020(-)----40
2Marit BouwmeesterNED (6)1918----37
3Evi Van ackerBEL (-)1819----37
4Krystal WeirAUS 18(-)16----34
5Alison YoungGBR 1717(11)----34
6Charlotte DobsonGBR (-)1615----31
7Tuula TenkanenFIN 198(2)----27
8Nathalie BruggerSUI (-)1512----27
9Tania Elias callesMEX (-)1413----27
10Annalise MurphyIRL 1312(0)----25
11Sara WintherNZL 16(-)8----24
12Paige RaileyUSA (-)1310----23
13Tatiana DrozdovskayaBLR 157(5)----22
14Alicia CebrianESP (-)-20----20
15Gintare Volungeviciute scheidtLTU (-)-17----17
16Dongshuang ZhangCHN 140(-)----14
17Sarah SteyaertFRA (-)-14----14
18Cagla DonertasTUR 12(-)0----12
19Chloe MartinGBR 93(0)----12
20Alberte LindbergDEN (-)110----11
Men's RS:X Standings after Event 3
PosNameNationCrewE1E2E3E4E5E6E7Series Score
1Sebastian Wang-hansenNOR 1718(-)----35
2Robert WillisUSA 1315(-)----28
3Nick DempseyGBR (-)20-----20
4Jon-paul TobinNZL 20(-)-----20
5Elliot CarneyGBR (-)19-----19
6Dorian Van rijsselbergeNED 19(-)-----19
7Zachary PlavsicCAN 18(-)-----18
8Mariano ReutemannARG (-)17-----17
9Dave HayesCAN (-)16-----16
10Jimmy LevyAUS 16(-)-----16
11Luke BaillieAUS 15(-)-----15
12Santiago GrilloCOL (-)14-----14
13Marcantonio BaglioneITA 14(-)-----14
14Federico Ortiz vivasMEX (-)13-----13
15Johan EkstedtSWE (-)12-----12
16Hao ChangTPE 12(-)-----12
17Jean-sébastien FugèreCAN (-)11-----11
18Eamon RobertshawAUS 11(-)-----11
19Martin LefebvreCAN (-)10-----10
20Justin LordAUS 10(-)-----10
Women's RS:X Standings after Event 3
PosNameNationCrewE1E2E3E4E5E6E7Series Score
1Demita Vega de lilleMEX (-)20-----20
2Jessica CrispAUS 20(-)-----20
3Farrah HallUSA (-)19-----19
4Bryony ShawGBR 19(-)-----19
5Dominique ValleeCAN (-)18-----18
6Flavia TartagliniITA 18(-)-----18
7Malgorzata BialeckaPOL (-)17-----17
8Jannicke StålstrømNOR 17(-)-----17
9Maria aadland MollestadNOR (-)16-----16
10Isobel HamiltonGBR 16(-)-----16
11Carolina S borges-mendelblattPOR (-)15-----15
12Justina SellersNZL 15(-)-----15
13Solvig SayreUSA (-)14-----14
14Allison ShreeveAUS 14(-)-----14
15Margot SamsonUSA (-)13-----13
16Claudia CarneyGBR 13(-)-----13
17Laurence Bonneau-charlandCAN (-)12-----12
18Joanna SterlingAUS 12(-)-----12
19Kathleen TockeUSA (-)11-----11
20Monique MeijerAHO (-)10-----10
SKUD 18 Standings after Event 3
PosNameNationCrewE1E2E3E4E5E6E7Series Score
1Dan FitzgibbonAUSLiesl Tesch1920(-)----39
2Alexandra RickhamGBRNiki Birrell2019(-)----39
3Jennifer FrenchUSAJean-paul Creignou(-)18-----18
4Jamie DunrossAUSRachael Cox18(-)-----18
5John McrobertsCANStacie Louttit(-)17-----17
6Amethyst BarnbrookAUSLindsay Mason17(-)-----17
7Hagar ZehaviISRShimon Ben yakov(-)16-----16
8Malcolm CameronAUS 16(-)-----16
9Scott WhitmanUSAJulia Dorsett(-)15-----15
10Tim DempseyNZLJan freda Apel15(-)-----15
Sonar Standings after Event 3
PosNameNationCrewE1E2E3E4E5E6E7Series Score
1Udo HesselsNEDMarcel Van de veenMischa Rossen(-)20-----20
2John RobertsonGBRHannah StodelStephen Thomas(-)19-----19
3Aleksander Wang-hansenNORPer eugen KristiansenMarie Solberg(-)18-----18
4Bruno JourdrenFRAEric FlaguelNicolas Vimont vicary(-)17-----17
5Alphonsus DoerrUSABrad KendellHugh Freund(-)16-----16
6Paul CallahanUSAThomas BrownBradley Johnson(-)15-----15
7John c TwomeyIRLAnthony HegartyIan Costello(-)14-----14
8Andrew FisherUSAMaureen Mckinnon-tuckerGerard Tiernan(-)13-----13
9Patrik NorstromSWEBrian TablerSteve Shaw(-)12-----12
Star Standings after Event 3
PosNameNationCrewE1E2E3E4E5E6E7Series Score
1Robert ScheidtBRABruno Prada(-)2020----40
2Xavier RohartFRAPierre-alexis Ponsot(-)1918----37
3Fredrik LoofSWEMax Salminen(-)1715----32
4Hamish PepperNZLJim Turner(-)1316----29
5Flavio MarazziSUIEnrico De maria(-)1514----29
6Richard ClarkeCANTyler Bjorn(-)1212----24
7Iain PercyGBRAndrew Simpson(-)-19----19
8Hans SpitzauerAUTGerhard Hinesser(-)811----19
9Eivind MellebyNORPetter morland Pedersen(-)18-----18
10Johannes PolgarGERMarkus Koy(-)-17----17
11Peter O'learyIRLDavid Burrows(-)16-----16
12Michael HestbaekDENClaus Olesen(-)106----16
13Mark MendelblattUSABrian Fatih(-)14-----14
14Fernando EchÁvarriESPFernando Ridriguez rivero(-)-13----13
15Jud SmithUSAEdward Morey(-)11-----11
16Mateusz KusznierewiczPOLDominik Zycki(-)-10----10
17Marin Lovrovic jrCRODan Lovrovic(-)-9----9
18Philip CarlsonSWEBenjamin Peterson(-)9-----9
19Diego NegriITAEnrico Voltolini(-)-8----8
20Arthur AnosovUKRVitalii Kushnir(-)53----8
Women's Match racing Standings after Event 3
PosNameNationCrewE1E2E3E4E5E6E7Series Score
1Olivia PriceAUSNina CurtisLucinda Whitty(-)1918----37
2Anna TunnicliffeUSAMolly o'bryan VandemoerDeborah Capozzi(-)1620----36
3Lucy MacgregorGBRKate MacgregorAnnie Lush(-)2015----35
4Sally BarkowUSAAlana O'reillyElizabeth Kratzig burnham(-)1813----31
5Ekaterina SkudinaRUSElena SyuzevaElena Oblova(-)1416----30
6Claire LeroyFRAMarie RiouElodie Bertrand(-)1019----29
7Silja LehtinenFINSilja KanervaMikaela Wulff(-)1711----28
8Mandy MulderNEDAnnemieke BesAnnemiek Bekkering(-)1314----27
9Renee GroeneveldNEDMarcelien Bos-de koningAnnemieke Bes(-)1212----24
10Echegoyen TamaraESPAngela PumariegaSofia Toro(-)-17----17
11Tamara EchegoyenESPAngela PumariegaSofia Toro(-)15-----15
12Genevieve TullochUSAAlice LeonardJennifer Chamberlin(-)48----12
13Silke HahlbrockGERMaren HahlbrockAnke Lukosch(-)75----12
14Nicky SouterAUSJessica EastwellKatie Spithill(-)11-----11
15Stephanie HazardNZLSusannah PyattJenna Hansen(-)-10----10
16Anna KjellbergSWEMartin KriteLinda Härsjö(-)28----10
17Silvia Roca mataESPEva GonzalezLara Cacabelos(-)-9----9
18Julie BossardFRAPauline ChalauxPauline Courtois(-)9-----9
19Stephanie RobleUSAMaggie SheaDarby Smith(-)54----9
20Renata DecnopBRAGabriela Nicolino de sáLarissa Juk(-)8-----8

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