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International Moth World Championships at Hayling Island - Day 5 Update

by Mark Jardine 23 Jul 2014 13:50 BST 19-25 July 2014

It has been a stunning morning at Hayling Island Sailing Club on day 5 of the International Moth World Championships. Chris Rashley led an all-British podium (Ben Paton 2nd, Dylan Fletcher 3rd) during the first Gold Fleet race followed by Nathan Outteridge leading an all Australian podium (Rob Gough 2nd, Josh Mcknight 3rd) in race 2. The #MothAshes are getting interesting!

Afer two fantastic races for the Gold Fleet in Hayling Bay, the third race was set off but led to a general recall after a big bunch up at the pin end of the line.

Gold Fleet Results after Finals Race 2:

PosNationSail NoHelmClubQ1Q2Q3Q4Q5F1F2Pts
1stGBR7Chris RashleyRoyal London YC1211‑51410
2ndAUS2Nathan OutteridgeWangi SC(DNC)32214113
3rdAUS4142Josh McknightRPAYC313‑535318
4thGBR4Ben PatonLymington Town SC53‑7752527
5thGBR5Robert GreenhalghRoyal Southern YC‑81112111430
6thAUS6Rob GoughRoyal YC Tasmania157‑23215232
7thAUS3Scott BabbageWoollahra SC2234‑691232
8thGBR4038Tom OfferRock SC3863(DNC)7835
9thGBR4147Michael LennonHISC‑19422614937
10thGBR4123Dylan FletcherPortland Moth Squad‑12486931040
11thGBR3967Chris DraperLCSC6‑1255816646
12thSUI4112Christopher RastTYC/RCO/MBYC65615‑1661149
13thSUI3796Arnaud PsarofaghisSN Geneva106‑1171101650
14thGBR4146Paul GoodisonUlley SC10‑1253482454
15thGBR3942Jason BelbenStokes Bay SC‑127464132357
16thJPN3989Hiroki GotoABeam48‑15811211769
17thUSA9Brad FunkUS Sailing Team Sperry Top‑Sider20‑52101011121376
18thAUS3900Andrew McDougallBlack Rock YC464‑2121192680
19thITA4138Gian Maria FerrighiYC Acquafrecsca5(DNC)1491431780
20thGBR4099Ricky TaggHISC111498(DNF)201981
21stJPN4095Kohei KajimotoBlack Rock YC7168‑2210172583
22ndGBR3985Simon HiscocksHISC9119‑239183389
23rdITA4092Carlo de PaoliCircolo Vela Torbole891014‑18272896
24thGBR4149Oliver HoldenHISC‑2318121115231897
25thGBR4036Dan VincentStokes Bay SC71913‑3474220108
26thITA4093Stefano RizziSV Oscar Cosulich137‑211175521114
27thBEL4049Giovanni GaleottiRYCB2‑11119322DNC117
28thGBR4155Stevie MorrisonExe SC1415‑161584029121
29thITA41Stefano FerrighiYC Acquafresca161033‑38232415121
30thSWE4159Nils AkervallRoyal Swedish YC9211516(DNC)3031122
31stESP3975Pablo ArandiaEMV Valencia192820‑31152535142
32ndNZL4037Jason RussellHISC‑29171328213232143
33rdGBR4059Dan WardFrensham Ponds SC159‑2812223852148
34thSUI4032Jean‑Pierre de SiebenthalSN de Geneve24221813‑442645148
35thGBR3947Ed ChapmanQueen Mary SC‑29222125132841150
36thRSA4062Jonathan HeathcotePoint YC201325‑36173443152
37thSUI3752David HolenwegCV Estavyer‑le‑Lac‑28201914254730155
38thFRA3972Yann Andrillon ‑26242416193538156
39thGBR4096Tim PenfoldHISC351712‑39302934157
40thAUS4034Luke MolloyRQYS15331926(BFD)4622161
41stGBR3943Richard EdwardsParkstone YC‑25102218104359162
42ndFRA4090Seb ColYCPRDGA‑242210243362171
43rdGBR4122Andrew FriendNorfolk Punt Club31‑393613145127172
44thGBR4065Daniel HendersonStokes Bay SC242516‑30224937173
45thGBR4075Doug PybusQueen Mary SC‑3732184363648174
46thGBR4067Cameron StewartHISC21202619‑334150177
47thIRL3592Rory FitzpatrickNational YC28143018‑455040180
48thGBR4061John PinkHill Head SC‑32212024285336182
49thGBR4045Matt PonsfordHISC2218‑2917293760183
50thNED4074Eelco BoersWV Roerkoning(DNC)252527244542188
51stIRL3805Ryan SeatonBallyholme YC/CSC‑33281712283966190
52ndITA4030Marco LanulfiYC Acquafresca17132331(DNC)4863195
53rdFRA3875Benoit MarieSNO Nantes‑51263932124444197
54thGBR4121James PhareQueen Mary SC11‑373429165258200
55thITA3855Fabio MazzettiCircolo Vela Arco131917‑36266461200
56thGBR4060Neil BakerHISC18‑392737205447203
57thGBR4115David HiveyHISC222723‑37185856204
58thGBR4071Phillippe OligarioWorthing YC‑32312419306339206
59thAUS4004Will LoganRoyal YC Tasmania262332‑52255754217
60thAUS3637Brent PearsonKeppel Bay SC21163733‑386249218
61stGBR4158Geoff CarvethHISC17383420‑396651226
62ndFRA3879Pierre BlancCN St Jean Cap Ferrat31302926‑376546227
63rdGBR3980Graham SimmondsHISC39‑40272813DNC55232
64thGBR4073Richard WestburyDraycote233414‑53415665233
65thNED4023Kalle Coster 3536‑3917375953237
66thGBR3979Jeremy HartleyStokes Bay SC413630‑42196057243
67thGBR3995David SimmondsHISC30233727‑486167245
68thAUS3631John GendersRYCT363536‑48126764250
69thGBR3981Simon ReynoldsWhitstable YC27292835(DNC)DNCDNC259

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