District 20  Regatta Report

Mon Mar 7th, 2011 through Sat Mar 12th, 2011

Winners Guillaume Florent and Pascal Rambeau. Photo by Franco Pace.

Winners Guillaume Florent and Pascal Rambeau. Photo by Franco Pace.

2011 Bacardi Cup

 

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Final Results for six races at the Bacardi Cup in Miami, Florida.

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Day One report: The Norwegian Star team of Eivind Melleby and Petter Morland Pedersen have won the opening race of the 84th BACARDI Cup. After an hour delay due to light air, the 89-strong Star fleet got down to business as temperatures in the low 70s combined with elite- level competition to make Biscayne Bay the place to be.

Melleby and Pedersen have been here before - they also finished first in the opening race of the BACARDI Cup in 2008. And while today'’s result is surely deja vu, hopefully it is also not a curse - no team winning the opening race has gone on to claim the title in at least the last 10 years. The duo are making their fourth run at the BACARDI Cup, having achieved, to date, their best finish of seventh overall in 2010.

In second are Andrew Campbell and Ian Coleman, third is the French team of Guillaume Florent and Pascal Rambeau, followed by George Szabo with Caleb Paine (both San Diego, Calif.). Mark Reynolds (San Diego, Calif.) and Rick Peters (Venice, Calif.) round out the top-five.

Day Two: Stronger breeze today allowed for the completion of another race at the BACARDI Cup, the headline event of the 2011 BACARDI Miami Sailing Week presented by EFG Bank, bringing the 89 Star teams another step closer to the title which will ultimately be determined on Saturday, March 12. The second day of racing saw the California team of skipper Peter Vessella (Burlingame) and Rodney Hagebols (San Francisco) take an early lead on the first leg of the race, only to be overtaken at the windward mark. Sweden's Fredrik Loof and Max Salminen, who claimed the silver medal in January at the Rolex Miami OCR, were initially fighting for fifth place when they were able to break away from the group and pull into the lead at the leeward mark.

"We had quite a conservative start," said Loof. "We worked our way up the left side of the course on the first upwind, and were looking really good, but then, the right came in with quite a decent wind. At that point, we went to the right side when a lot of the other boats went left and we were able to get a big gain. Peter [Vessella] was leading initially, but we were able to get out in front and pull away from him and the others in the second downwind."

Loof and Salminen went on to win the race with Irish Olympian Peter O'Leary and crew David Burones finishing second. 2007 BACARDI Cup winner Hamish Pepper and crew Craig Monk (both New Zealand) placed third, followed by Vessella and Hagerbols in fourth.

"We have a new boat, so we're just trying to have a good time and see how things go," said Loof regarding his approach to the 2011 BACARDI Cup. "This will be my third BACARDI Cup. Everyone competing out there is strong and there are a lot of boats this year. It is good to see so many people sharing their passion [for sailing] and it's always nice to be in Miami."

Eivind Melleby and Petter Morland Pedersen (Norway) followed yesterday's bullet with an eighth-place finish today to maintain their position at the top of the overall standings. The Norwegians, however, are tied on points - nine apiece - with O'Leary and Burones. Through eighth place the standings are extremely tight, with one point or less separating six teams: third overall, with 12 points, is Mateusz Kusznierewicz and Dominik Zycki (Poland) after finishes of 6-6; Guillaume Florent and Pascal Rambeau (France), stand fourth with finishes of 3-10 for 13 points; Maciej Grabowski and Lukasz Lesinski (Poland) are fifth with 14 points; and Vessella and Hagebols have 15 points for sixth place. Tied at 17 points each are Pepper and Monk, in sixth place overall, with Mark Reynolds (San Diego, Calif.) and Rick Peters (Venice, Calif.) in seventh. Two teams recently named to the 2011 US Sailing Team AlphaGraphics round out the top-10 overall: Andy Horton (South Burlington, Vermont) and crew James Lyne (Granville, Vermont) stand ninth with 25 points, followed by Andrew Campbell (San Diego, Calif.) and crew Ian Coleman (Annapolis, Md.) with 28 points.

Day Three: In comparison to the relative calm of Biscayne Bay on day one of the BACARDI Cup, today's sharp increase in wind speed was a welcome change for the 89 teams. High clouds, chop, and an east-southeasterly breeze in the mid-teens propelled the Stars around the 9.5 nautical mile course after an aggressive start saw seven teams pay a penalty with their scores for starting early. The day's race was won by Guillame Florent and Pascal Rambeau (France), making for three different winners in as many races thus far in the series. Sweden's Fredrik Loof and Max Salminen continued their consistent form, adding a second-place finish to yesterday's win. Third place went to three-time Bacardi Cup champion Peter Bromby sailing with Lee White (Bermuda).

"We actually didn't have such a good start," said Florent about race three. "But we found a good lane to the right hand side of the course. We expected a small shift there, but nothing that could give us the lead. But the wind was quite stable, and the speed we had there was the key. We rounded first at the top mark, and after that we managed to stay in the lead. It was a very good win." "There are so many sailors to look out for here," remarked Florent on the competition. "There are only a few top sailors from the world that aren't here. It's a very high level [of sailing] so you have to keep your eyes on many competitors. This is my first Bacardi Cup, and my first year in the Star with Pascal, who did a very good job today." Rambeau is a two-time Star World Champion (2003, 2005) and won a bronze medal in the Star at the 2004 Olympics in Athens, while Florent also has an Olympic bronze medal - won at the 2008 Olympics in the Finn. "The Olympics is definitely the goal," Florent concluded. "Both Pascal and I have been to the Olympics already, so we'd like to do better than we did before. We're working hard to achieve that and hope we'll be good enough."

With the midpoint of the regatta reached, the overall standings continue to reflect a close contest at the top of the fleet. Sweden's Fredrik Loof and Max Salminen have moved into the overall lead with three points, Guillaume Florent and Pascal Rambeau (France) are now second with four points. Early series leaders Eivind Melleby and Petter Morland Pedersen (Norway) dropped two places and stand third overall with five points and Peter O'Leary and David Burones (Ireland) are fourth with seven points. Only one point separates the teams standing fifth through 11th: Mateusz Kusznierewicz and Dominik Zycki (Poland) have 12 points; New Zealand's Hamish Pepper and Craig Monk remain sixth with 13 points; Maciej Grabowski and Lukasz Lesinski (Poland) dropped two places to seventh but retain 14 points; and despite an OCS penalty, Peter Vessella (Burlingame, Calif.) and Rodney Hagebols (San Francisco, Calif.) have 15 points for eighth place. Andy Horton (South Burlington, Vermont) and crew James Lyne (Granville, Vermont) are ninth with 16 points, followed by Mark Reynolds (San Diego, Calif.) and Rick Peters (Venice, Calif.) with 17 points and Augie Diaz (Miami, Fla.) with Bruno Prada (Brazil) is 11th on 18 points. Peter Bromby and Lee White (Bermuda) are just four points behind this tight pack, standing 12th overall with 22 points.

Day Four: No racing today for the Star class due to thunderstorms.

Day Five: The air temperature cooled slightly, but not the action, for the 4th and 5th races. A north-northwesterly breeze and calmer weather on Biscayne Bay allowed the Star class, to add two races to their scoreline.

With gusts, at times, to 20 knots, Sweden’s Fredrik Loof and Max Salminen took the win in the first race for the Stars. "We positioned ourselves off the starting line more or less in the middle of the fleet and it was a bit of a drag race because the mark was quite a long way to the right," said Loof. "At that point, most boats were right on port tack and the sailors that positioned themselves too far to the left suffered a lot. We sailed quite aggressively toward the end and we positioned ourselves on the favored side with the wind coming in from the right. Still it was close, we lost a little bit, and then we came up and were across the finish line by no more than half a boat length. It was a good battle and an interesting, really close race."

Unfortunately, Loof and Salminen did not fare as well in the second race, placing 20th, which they attributed to a rough start. "If you're not in the front right away, you're struggling all the way through," said Loof. "A lot of those guys were pushing hard at the start." That second race was won by Alexander Schlonski and Matthias Bohn (Germany) who finished ahead of their fellow countrymen Johannes Babendererde and Timo Jacobs.

Only one Star team has recorded single-digit finishes over the course of the five races thus far. 2008 Olympian Peter O'Leary and David Burrows (Ireland) finished 8-4 today to move from fourth overall into the lead of the 89-boat fleet with 18 points. Guillaume Florent and Pascal Rambeau (France) are one point behind in second overall. Loof and Salminen and early series leaders Eivind Melleby and Petter Morland Pedersen (Norway) are third and fourth, respectively, with 24 points each. Andy Horton (South Burlington, Vermont) and crew James Lyne (Granville, Vermont) finished 3-6 today to move from ninth up to fifth overall with 25 points.

Day Six: Florent and Rambeau Win 84th Bacardi Cup
Conditions on Biscayne Bay were ideal as temperatures in the low 70s and sunny weather combined with shifty breeze on the final day of racing. Todays sixth and final race opened with the top-two teams separated by just one point. 2008 Olympian Peter O'Leary and David Burrows (Ireland) were leading the 89-boat fleet followed by Guillaume Florent and Pascal Rambeau (France), and, just five points back, Frederik Loof with Max Salminen (Sweden) and Eivind Melleby with Petter Morland Pedersen (Norway), tied on points.

With a 12 knot breeze at the start of the race, the Stars were off on a course covering 11 nautical miles. 2007 Bacardi Cup winner Hamish Pepper and crew Craig Monk (both New Zealand) were the race winners, followed across the line by Eivind Melleby and Petter Morland Pedersen (Norway) who had led the series early in the week before picking up penalty points in race four. The French team was fourth across the line, and with O'Leary and Burrows crossing sixth, the Bacardi Cup went to Florent and Rambeau with 23 points - edging out the Irish by just one point. "Up to the last day, the Irish, and even the Swedish could have won the BACARDI Cup," said Florent who hails from Gravelines, a town in the north of France. "The conditions were super tricky, lots of wind shifts, lots of pressure differences. It made it very challenging to sail out there, especially when you're trying to win the championship. When you finish high in the standings day after day, realizing what is at stake, mentally it is very tough. You have to do your best continuing to stay consistent." "It was a nail biting race," Florent continued. "It could have gone either way with the Irish. We were ahead at the top mark, and then they caught up. We managed to pass them again on the second downwind. The key to the race was the last 500 meters before the finish. We spotted good pressure on the left and decided to go there. It was probably that decision that led us to winning."

A 2008 Olympic Bronze Medalist in the Finn class, Florent is marking not only his first year in the Star, but also his first Bacardi Cup. "The Star is very interesting because you're sailing with a crew and it's a highly technical boat, so it's extremely challenging. Even before I was thinking about sailing the Star, I've heard about the Bacardi Cup for a long time. It is a very prestigious event and I'm absolutely delighted to win. Especially being my first time participating. On the first day, before the race started, I joked with my coach about winning the Bacardi Cup saying that I spent so much money with Bacardi back when I was student that I would like to get something back from them! We had a good laugh about that of course, and with this win I couldn't be happier."

Crew Pascal Rambeau, from La Rochelle, won a bronze medal at the 2004 Olympics in the Star and has competed in the Bacardi Cup before, with his previous best finish a fourth. When Florent was recovering from an Achilles tendon injury a year ago, he reached out to Rambeau, and the rest, as they say, is history.

"Miami is always challenging," said Rambeau explaining that tonight the duo were going to enjoy their win before starting to train for the French Olympic Trials in April. "For us, it was good preparation with all the teamwork on board. It was very important for us to be here. Today was a tough day. The wind was very flaky. It was very stressful because there were big shifts and big pressure coming from Key Biscayne. We were very successful on the first upwind and then the race was mano a mano, head to head. It was never more than 20 meters with no more than a couple boat lengths separating us at any time. We were really close with the Irish this morning, chasing them. Until the last 100 meters, anything could have happened. When we crossed the line, it was definitely satisfying. It was our first win together, and this being Florent's first year in the Star and his first Bacardi Cup, this win is very special."

Rounding out the top five in the BACARDI Cup final standings: Melleby and Pedersen (NOR) are third with 26 points; Loof and Salminen (SWE) are fourth with 29 points; and Pepper and Monk (NZL) are fifth with 30 points.


Star
Place Boat Skipper Crew Sail #: Fleet 1 2 3 4 5 6 Total
1 FRA 8270   Guillaume Florent   Pascal Rambeau   8270   VF   3.0 10.0 1.0 5.0 15.0 4.0 23
2 IRL 8418   Peter O'Leary   David Burrows   8418   ISOL   7.0 2.0 5.0 8.0 4.0 6.0 24
3 NOR 8317   Eivind Melleby   Petter Morland Pedersen   8317   NOR   1.0 8.0 4.0 94.0 [BFD] 11.0 2.0 26
4 SWE 8428   Fredrik Loof   Max Salminen   8428   Bk   28.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 20.0 5.0 29
5 NZL 8187   Hamish Pepper   Craig Monk   8187   ISOL   14.0 3.0 10.0 2.0 18.0 1.0 30
6 POL 8417   Mateusz Kusznierewicz   Dominik Zycki   8417   ISOL   6.0 6.0 15.0 11.0 13.0 3.0 39
7 USA 8396   Andy Horton   Jamie Lyne   8396   NB   8.0 17.0 8.0 3.0 6.0 15.0 40
8 BER 8442   Peter Bromby   Lee White   8442   ISOL   53.0 19.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 13.0 44
9 POL 8412   Maciej Grabowski   Lukasz Lesinski   8412   ISOL   9.0 5.0 13.0 25.0 12.0 19.0 58
10 USA 8320   Mark Reynolds   Rick Peters   8320   SDB   5.0 12.0 22.0 13.0 23.0 10.0 62
11 USA 8267   Mark Mendelblatt   Magnus Liljedhal   8267   TaB   26.0 13.0 14.0 9.0 25.0 11.0 72
12 USA 8422   Rick Merriman   Austin Sperry   8422   LH   21.0 20.0 19.0 22.0 8.0 7.0 75
13 GER 8140   Alexander Schlonski   Matthias Bohn   8140   Lub   18.0 94.0 [DNS] 7.0 6.0 1.0 48.0 80
14 USA 8285   Augie Diaz   Bruno Prada   8285   BisB   12.0 27.0 6.0 7.0 46.0 28.0 80.0001
15 USA 8177   Jud Smith   Edward Morey   8177   CA   24.0 29.0 12.0 16.0 9.0 23.0 84
16 GER 8433   Johannes Babendererde   Timo Jacobs   8433   Ess   37.0 23.0 [23.0, RDG] 9.0 94.0 [BFD] 2.0 17.0 88
17 USA 8434   George Szabo   Caleb Paine   8434   SDB   4.0 36.0 20.0 23.0 14.0 33.0 94
18 USA 8395   John Maccausland   Kevin Murphy   8395   CR   10.0 18.0 94.0 [OCS] 27.0 30.0 12.0 97
19 USA 8067   Tomas Hornos   Roman Gotsulyak   8067   BH   23.0 94.0 [DNF] 24.0 19.0 7.0 25.0 98
20 USA 8362   Peter Vessella   Rodney Hagebols   8362   WSFB   11.0 4.0 94.0 [OCS] 14.0 28.0 45.0 102
21 GER 8414   Johannes Polgar   Markus Koy   8414   Ess   19.0 9.0 21.0 94.0 [BFD] 10.0 43.0 102
22 USA 8408   Andrew Campbell   Ian Coleman   8408   SDB   2.0 26.0 94.0 [DNS] 20.0 26.0 30.0 104
23 GER 8331   Hubert Merkelbach   Gerrit Bartel   8331   UB   45.0 21.0 11.0 31.0 24.0 21.0 108
24 USA 8000   Arthur Anosov   Vitali Kushnir   8000   SL   25.0 30.0 26.0 15.0 17.0 41.0 113
25 USA 8250   Andrew Macdonald   Michael Nichol   8250   NH   16.0 24.0 25.0 35.0 34.0 18.0 117
26 USA 8440   Larry Whipple   Phil Trinter   8440   PS   17.0 11.0 23.0 34.0 33.0 94.0 [DNF] 118
27 AUS 8336   Paul McKenzie   Phil Toth   8336   ISOL   31.0 14.0 29.0 29.0 19.0 47.0 122
28 USA 8410   Jon Vandermolen   Geoff Ewenson   8410   GL   29.0 15.0 32.0 17.0 31.0 39.0 124
29 CAN 8235   Hans Fogh   Roger Cheer   8235   LOC   20.0 16.0 40.0 33.0 58.0 22.0 131
30 CAN 8143   Brian Cramer   Matt Johnston   8143   WLOC   32.0 22.0 31.0 26.0 22.0 32.0 133
31 UKR 8247   Vasyl Gureyev   Volodymyr Korotkov   8247   Ukr   13.0 94.0 [BFD] 27.0 39.0 41.0 16.0 136
32 SWE 8338   Mats Johansson   Leif Moeller   8338   Kat   41.0 25.0 94.0 [OCS] 10.0 36.0 27.0 139
33 ITA 8399   Francesco Bruni   Leone Rocca   8399   Pal   22.0 94.0 [BFD] 17.0 18.0 94.0 [DNF] 9.0 160
34 CRO 8339   Marin Lovrovic   Sinisa Mikulicic   8339   Kv   94.0 [OCS] 94.0 [BFD] 16.0 28.0 3.0 24.0 165
35 SWE 8351   Tom Lofstedt   Hakan Lundgren   8351   RS   55.0 23.0 42.0 40.0 27.0 35.0 167
36 POR 8309   Afonso Domingos   Federico Melo   8309   CP   94.0 [OCS] 33.0 28.0 12.0 94.0 [DNF] 8.0 175
37 SUI 8409   Christoph Gautschi   Benedikt Wenk   8409   Bod   49.0 94.0 [BFD] 35.0 44.0 21.0 26.0 175
38 AUT 8437   Hans Spitzauer   MASSIMO CANALI   8437   Att   30.0 94.0 [BFD] 18.0 21.0 94.0 [DNF] 14.0 177
39 USA 8269   Jock Kohlhas   Rick Burgess   8269   CLIS   36.0 7.0 46.0 58.0 37.0 53.0 179
40 SUI 7829   Michel Niklaus   Serge Pulfer   7829   G   54.0 60.0 44.0 32.0 29.0 20.0 179
41 USA 8265   Peter Wright   Nathan Quist   8265   LS   51.0 32.0 30.0 30.0 40.0 94.0 [DNF] 183
42 USA 8077   Jack Jennings   Marck Valasek   8077   LS   39.0 40.0 34.0 94.0 [BFD] 39.0 31.0 183
43 AUS 8101   Peter Bellingham   Nando Coloninno   8101   N   33.0 28.0 94.0 [OCS] 24.0 35.0 67.0 187
44 CAN 8427   Stuart Hebb   Chris Lanza   8427   Bisb   35.0 58.0 33.0 59.0 38.0 29.0 193
45 GBR 7601   Michael Hicks   Patrick Hicks   7601   SO   50.0 38.0 37.0 36.0 53.0 37.0 198
46 ITA 8373   GUIDO FALCIOLA   Federico Medolago   8373   FdAL   15.0 41.0 54.0 55.0 51.0 46.0 207
47 CAN 7626   Mark Passmore   Ivan Bunner   7626   WLOC   94.0 [OCS] 39.0 39.0 48.0 32.0 61.0 219
48 USA 8401   Terry Line   Larry Scott   8401   WLOC   38.0 42.0 52.0 50.0 94.0 [DNF] 40.0 222
49 USA 8379   Bill Allen   Brad Lichter   8379   BisB   79.0 35.0 41.0 37.0 55.0 55.0 223
50 SUI 8075   Jean-Pascal Chatagny   Vincent Hagin   8075   G   34.0 44.0 47.0 54.0 48.0 51.0 224
51 USA 7677   Chris Rogers   Mark Dolan   7677   Ith   66.0 37.0 43.0 62.0 45.0 38.0 225
52 ITA 8392   Renato Irrera   MANUELE LA PORTA   8392   Pal   40.0 94.0 [BFD] 50.0 38.0 44.0 60.0 232
53 USA 8291   William Swigart   Chuck Beek   8291   CLIS   94.0 [OCS] 46.0 38.0 42.0 52.0 58.0 236
54 USA 7741   Benjamin Sternberg   Valentin Veytsman   7741   CLIS   44.0 49.0 53.0 61.0 47.0 44.0 237
55 GER 7865   Stefan Lehnert   Dietmar Hobbie   7865   Brm   57.0 31.0 63.0 49.0 54.0 49.0 240
56 SWE 8254   Philip Carlson   Daniel Bylock   8254   Kat   47.0 48.0 36.0 47.0 63.0 64.0 241
57 USA 8063   Bert Collins   Jacob Doyle   8063   AN   52.0 45.0 94.0 [DNF] 53.0 60.0 34.0 244
58 ITA 8421   VINCENZO LOCATELLI   Guiseppe Oggioni   8421   Lec   69.0 43.0 55.0 57.0 49.0 56.0 260
59 GER 8311   Axel Hampe   Christian Knoll   8311   ZuW   60.0 34.0 58.0 56.0 56.0 65.0 264
60 SUI 8329   Daniel Wyss   Urs Joss   8329   G   73.0 54.0 57.0 41.0 42.0 94.0 [DNF] 267
61 USA 7620   Derek Decouteau   Dave Martin   7620   BI   27.0 94.0 [BFD] 94.0 [OCS] 52.0 57.0 50.0 280
62 GER 8333   Klaus Meyer   Dirk Struve   8333   Brm   82.0 94.0 [BFD] 45.0 43.0 43.0 68.0 281
63 USA 8069   John Foster   John Foster Jr   8069   ISOL   62.0 66.0 48.0 60.0 50.0 94.0 [DNC] 286
64 USA 7629   Ken Woods   Bill Peter   7629   CA   63.0 63.0 56.0 45.0 62.0 94.0 [DNC] 289
65 USA 8036   Jack Rickard   Sam Eadie   8036   WH   76.0 56.0 65.0 70.0 59.0 42.0 292
66 USA 8084   Robert Teitge   John Finch   8084   DR   94.0 [OCS] 52.0 67.0 74.0 64.0 36.0 293
67 ITA 8242   Lucio Boggi   Sergio Lambertenghi   8242   Gar   42.0 94.0 [BFD] 94.0 [OCS] 51.0 16.0 94.0 [DNC] 297
68 CAN 7930   Harri Palm   Jeffrey Imai   7930   WLOC   46.0 55.0 69.0 63.0 65.0 70.0 298
69 CAN 8271   Allan Cullen   Brett Wilson   8271   EB   43.0 50.0 64.0 94.0 [DNF] 94.0 [DNF] 59.0 310
70 USA 8132   Witold Gesing   Adam Gesing   8132   CLIS   68.0 61.0 62.0 67.0 70.0 52.0 310
71 USA 8215   John Chiarella   Bob Carlson   8215   Sun   72.0 47.0 66.0 71.0 71.0 94.0 [DNF] 327
72 AUT 8436   Roberto Tomasini Grinover   Gunnar Bahr   8436   AU   74.0 51.0 59.0 94.0 [DNS] 94.0 [DNC] 54.0 332
73 USA 7747   Donald Massey   R J Treg   7747   CLIS   64.0 94.0 [BFD] 94.0 [DNF] 46.0 61.0 71.0 336
74 USA 4125   Keith Donald   Jim Pickering   4125   AN   56.0 68.0 73.0 65.0 75.0 75.0 337
75 CAN 8236   Philippe Hofer   Gary Soules   8236   Q   94.0 [OCS] 64.0 70.0 72.0 69.0 62.0 337
76 USA 7802   Tom Doran   Jim Albert   7802   SL   71.0 59.0 72.0 69.0 67.0 72.0 338
77 GER 7816   Fritz Girr   Bernhard Schaefer   7816   AM   70.0 94.0 [BFD] 71.0 64.0 68.0 69.0 342
78 USA 8312   Tony Herrmann   Eric Herrmann   8312   WLM   94.0 [OCS] 94.0 [DNS] 60.0 66.0 66.0 57.0 343
79 BRA 8127   Fabio Bruggioni   Marconi Sansollo   8127   SP   61.0 94.0 [BFD] 51.0 69.0 [69.0, RDG] 69.0 [69.0, RDG] 94.0 [DNC] 344
80 SUI 8085   Lorenz Zimmermann   Nils Hollweg   8085   LUV   58.0 94.0 [BFD] 49.0 76.0 72.0 94.0 [DNC] 349
81 GER 7750   Jens Burmester   Friedrich Kleine   7750   ED   77.0 65.0 68.0 75.0 94.0 [DNF] 66.0 351
82 USA 8217   Mike Phinney   Scott Pirie   8217   SLE   81.0 69.0 75.0 68.0 74.0 73.0 359
83 USA 8095   Gunti Weissenberger   Chris Hardin   8095   NCB   67.0 53.0 61.0 94.0 [DNS] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 369
84 USA 8153   Joseph Pro   Nicolas Pro   8153   NCB   65.0 62.0 76.0 73.0 94.0 [DNF] 94.0 [DNC] 370
85 USA 7970   Sam Hopkins   Bart Kaplan   7970   AN   80.0 70.0 77.0 77.0 73.0 74.0 371
86 USA 7964   Charles F Kohlermann IV   Matt Silverman   7964   NCB   59.0 57.0 74.0 94.0 [DNS] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 378
87 CAN 7501   Amanda Karahanas   Tony Karahanas   7501   LOC   75.0 67.0 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNF] 94.0 [DNF] 63.0 393
88 AUT 8110   Hans-Christian Nehammer   Felix Kling   8110   Att   48.0 94.0 [BFD] 94.0 [OCS] 94.0 [DNS] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 424
89 CAN 6680   Greg Poole   Andrew Hamblin   6680   LOC   78.0 94.0 [DNS] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNS] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 454
90 BAH 8406   Mark Holowesko   Bill Holowesko   8406   N   94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 470
90 ARG 7907   Fabian Mac Gowan     7907   OL   94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 470
90 USA 8157   Thomas White     8157   SL   94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 470
90 CAN 8361   Richard Clarke   Tyler Bjorn   8361   VI   94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 94.0 [DNC] 470

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