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Kendall In Lead At World Champs


Kendall In Lead At World Champs

2003 ISAF World Championships
11 - 25 September 2003
Bay of Cadiz, Spain

DAY FOUR - ISAF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP REGATTA

In blustery conditions with an average windspeed of 18-20 knots and gusts upto 30 knots, racing was delayed on day four of the ISAF World Championships with the Star class racing eventually being called off for the day.

Defending World Champion Boardsailor Barbara Kendall made the most of the conditions with a 2nd and 1st place for the two races held. In the later race she was first off the start-line dominating the entire race to notch up a convincing win in the world-class 60 competitor fleet. Coach Shane Bright attributed her performance to, "years of experience paying off".

In the men's Mistral event, world ranked No. 2, Jon-Paul Tobin is in 7th place overall after a 2nd and 7th result in the much larger fleet1 entries)
15th - Sharon Ferris / Joanna White / Sara Winther
35th - Alesha Thorpe / Michelle Vinsen / Karen Lambert

Mistral (Men): (after 2 races, 116 entries)
7th - Jon-Paul Tobin
37th - James Wells
54th - Matthew McCormick
73rd - Tom Ashley

Mistral (Women): (after 2 races, 60 entries)
1st - Barbara Kendall
37th - Julie Worth
38th - Sheena McKinnon
52nd - Anita Purdie

Other NZL Entries:

Finn: (Racing 17th- 23rd)
Clifton Webb; Peter Fox

470 (Men): (Racing 18th - 24th)
Simon Cooke / Peter Nicholas; Andrew Brown / Jamie Hunt; Stephen Keen / Philip Keen; Derek Scott / David Healy; Geoff Woolley / Mark Overington

470 (Women): (Racing 18th - 24th)
Shelley Hesson / Linda Dickson

Tornado: (Racing 18th - 24th)
Aaron McIntosh / Mark Kennedy

49er: (Racing 18th - 24th)
Mike Bassett / Ed Smyth; Chris Burgess / Chris Skinner

Laser: (Racing 18th - 24th)
Robbie McMillan; Andrew Murdoch; David Weaver; Rod Dawson;

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