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Tornado World Championship Results Day 3

by News Editor on 16 Feb 2001
Tornado World Championships in South Africa- Day 3


Thursday Mitch Booth and Bert Derecksen, sailing for the Netherlands won the first race of the day, race 5 from Hagara and Steinacher and the British pairing of Styles and May were third.

The Australians Bundock and Forbes sailed their drop with an eight placing in the first race but stormed back to win race 6, with Styles and May in second place, Hagara and Steinacher were third. The Netherlands team took their turn for a drop with a seventh placing.

The leader board results (top 11 after 6 races, 1 discard):


1 AUS 2000 Darren Bundock, John Forbes 1,1,1,1,8,1 - 5 pts
2 NED 1 Mitch Booth, Herbert Derecksen 2,2,2,2,1,7 - 9 ps
3 GBR 410 Hugh Styles, Adam May 4,3,3,8,3,2 - 15 pts
4 AUT 370 Roman Hagara, Hans Peter Steinacher 5,4,5,3,2,3 - 17 pts
5 GER 1 Johannes Polgar, Gunnar Struckman 3,6,9,9,4,4 - 26 pts
6 AUT 357 Andreas Hagara, Michael Seidl 6,8,8,6,6,5 - 31 pts
7 GBR 409 Leigh Mcmillan, Jo Hutchinson 7,7,6,5,7,10 - 32 pts
8 GER 1080 Helge Sach, Christian Sach 9,10, 7,4,5,9 - 34
9 Rob Wilson, Will Howden 10,5,4,DNF,10,6 - 35 pts
10 RSA 1 Duncan Ross, Laurent Voiron 8,9,11,7,9,8 - 41 pts
11 Steven Lovegrove, Martin Sellars 12,11,12,DNC,11,11 - 57 pts

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