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International Moth Worlds at Horsens, Denmark - Overall

by Adam May 29 Jul 2006 23:59 BST 22-29 July 2006

With no wind on the final day of the Moth World Championship, Simon Payne of Great Britain became the 2006 World Champion. Rohan Veal of Australia, defending champion, was second in a tightly contested series, with Adam May of Britain third.

Overall Results:

1 GBR4076 Simon Payne Foil & Master 10
2 AUS9345 Rohan Veal Foil 13
3 GBR4073 Adam May Foil 19
4 GBR4069 Jason Belben Foil & Master 26
5 SIN7 Mark Robinson Foil 35
6 GBR4080 Sam Pascoe Foil 38
7 GBR4082 Alex Adams Foil 48
8 AUS9347 John Ilett Foil 57
9 SUI607 Patrick Ruf Foil 65
10 GBR4079 Alex Knight Foil 71
11 GBR4050 Ian Forksdike Foil 72
12 GER1052 Burkhard Staabs Foil & Master 91
13 GBR4085 Simon Propper Foil & Master 100
14 AUS9279 Zac Douglas Foil & Junior 104
15 GBR4067 Adrian Murphy Foil 111
16 GBR4046 Russell Wheeler No Foil 116
17 GER1040 Sven Kloppenburg Foil & Master 117
18 AUS81 James Robert mackenzie Foil 118
19 FRA2016 BESSEC Nicolas Foil 132
20 ITA253 Franco Ferluga Foil 132
21 GER1044 Joachim Hülsmeyer No Foil & Master 137
22 GER1049 Dirk Koepe Foil 146
23 GER1008 Leo Arnoldt No Foil & Junior 147
24 GER1026 Jens Schoenberg No Foil 154
25 DEN101 Søren Buhl No Foil 155
26 NED164 Richard Knol Foil & Master 160
27 GBR4019 Doug Culnane Foil 162
28 GER1054 Jens Zurmühl Foil 169 29 GBR4077 Peter Horn Foil 184
30 GER1032 Nils Warnken No Foil 185
31 DEN100 Jan A.Drost No Foil & Master 201
32 GER1011 Wolfram Hettkamp No Foil & Master 231

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