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Soling World Championship at Annapolis, Maryland - Day 4

by Matias Collins 22 Oct 2006 09:54 BST 16-22 October 2006

Only two races were sailed on Saturday, in an inconsistent wind with ups and downs.

The Marine Pool team (GER 300) of Koch, Koch and Bornemann won the first race followed by the Slovenian team (SLO 1) of Antoncic, Strakh, Hmeljak and the Canadian team (CAN 225) of Hall, Karrigan, Deakin third.

The second race saw the team from Connecticut (USA 831) of Gallowey, Steinborn, Anthony win ahead of the T-Systems team from Hungary of Wossala, Vezer, Nemeth. In third came the Gul team from Canada (CAN 230) of Fogh, Cheer, Devries who lead the event with 17 points.

The Argentine team ARG 37 with Warburg, Smith, Lacour climbed to the 4th place after achieving two 4th places in today's races.

Unfortunately the two boats that sank the previous day were not recovered and as a result of yesterday's stress Banrisul team BRA 26 of the Ilha family had to abandon first race and couldn't compete in the second due to a broken shroud.

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