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Friday, June 10, 2011   
Less wind again - 15-18 kn - on day 4 of the Sail-for-Gold Regatta off Weymouth and all three Paralympic classes could sail three races yesterday. No change in the top three of the Sonars where the leader John Robertson GBR and his team have now a 5 points advantage on Udo Hessels NED, Bruno Joudren FRA is another 4 points behind on rank 3 tied with the 4th Aleksander Wang-Hansen NOR on rank 4. The 5th, Rick Doerr USA, is another 13 points back. In the 2.4 m IJ, Damien Séguin FRA is the new leader, followed by Paul Tingley CAN and Andre Rademaker NED on the 3rd place. The former leader Thierry Schmitter NED, with Z-flag 20% penalties in all three heats, is down on rank 4, followed on rank 5 by Mark LeBlanc USA. In the Skud 18, the three top teams Daniel Fitzgibbon/Liesl Tesch AUS, Rickham/Birell GBR and Dunross/Cox AUS are on a safe way for the medals, as the 4th ranked Whitman/Scott USA are already 9 points behind. All results and the report.
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Olympic Worldcup 2011 - Sail for Gold - Weymouth GBR

Monday, 6. June 2011– Saturday, 11. June 2011


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