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Skandia Sail For Gold Regatta 2009
Introduction
Regatta Details
Start Date14 September 2009
End Date19 September 2009
VenueWeymouth & Portland
CountryGreat Britain
Entry NameSailing Academy (WPNSA)
Entry AddressRYA Hse, Ensign Way, Hamble, Southampton, SO31 4YA
Tel+ 44 2380 8060 4155
Fax+ 44 2380 8060 4299
Emailracing@rya.org.uk
Websitewww.skandiasailforgoldregatta.co.uk
2009 will be first year that the Skandia Sail for Gold Regatta is part of the ISAF Sailing World Cup, but it is the fourth running of the regatta which is held at Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy in Dorset, Great Britain.

In 2008 the Skandia Sail for Gold Regatta welcomed a record 240 boats from 11 countries and the event is expected to go from strength to strength in the lead up to the 2012 Olympic Games with organizers expecting entries to double to around 500 boats in 2009.

Whilst Skandia Sail for Gold Regatta is a relatively new event, many people will remember the hugely successful and popular Weymouth Olympic Week which ran from 1972 until 1988. Based from Weymouth Beach there was sailing for all the Olympic sailing events. The present Skandia Sail for Gold Regatta, however, is being run on a totally different scale from WPNSA.

In 2009, Skandia Sail for Gold will start three days after the RS:X World Championships finish with racing scheduled to start on Monday 14 September with Medal Racing on Saturday 19 September. Registration will be on Saturday and Sunday 12-13 September with entry through http://www.ryaracingevents.org.uk/ - competitors are asked to enter in good time as there will be no late entries allowed.

There will be a tented village to add to the atmosphere and a 'spectator day' on Saturday 19 September, with large screens transmitting live pictures and tracking of the racing, with commentary from the water and on the shore for the Medal Races.

Skandia have become a renowned supporter of sailing events in Great Britain. As well as being title sponsor for the Sail for Gold Regatta since its inception in 2006, they also sponsored Cowes Week for 14 years.

UK Sport is the other major contributor to the Regatta with money coming from UK National Lottery funding.

Events
DisciplineTypeClassGradeResults
Fleet racing Disabled 2.4 Metre 2Overall Rankings
Fleet racing Men 470 2Overall Rankings
Fleet racing Women 470 2Overall Rankings
Fleet racing Open 49er 2Overall Rankings
Match racing Women Elliott 6m WOverall Rankings
Fleet racing Open Finn 2Overall Rankings
Fleet racing Men Laser 3Overall Rankings
Fleet racing Women Laser Radial 3Overall Rankings
Windsurfing Men RS:X 2Overall Rankings
Windsurfing Women RS:X 2Overall Rankings
Fleet racing Disabled SKUD 18 2Overall Rankings
Fleet racing Disabled Sonar 2Overall Rankings
Fleet racing Men Star 2Overall Rankings
Results
Fleet racing - Men - 470
Position Nation Sail Number Crew
1GBR
GBR
n/aNic Asher
Elliot Willis
2GBR
GBR
n/aLuke Patience
Stuart Bithell
3ESP
ESP
n/aOnan Barreiros
Aaron Sarmiento
4AUS
AUS
n/aMathew Belcher
Malcolm Page
5NED
NED
n/aSven Coster
Kalle Coster
6NED
NED
n/aSteven le Fevre
Steven Krol
7GBR
GBR
n/aNick Rogers
Pom Green
8FRA
FRA
n/aNicolas Charbonnier
Baptiste Meyer
9SUI
SUI
n/aMatías Bühler
Felix Steiger
10FRA
FRA
n/aPierre Leboucher
Vincent Garos
11SWE
SWE
n/aAnton Dahlberg
Sebastian Östling
12GBR
GBR
n/aBen Saxton
David Kohler
13JPN
JPN
n/aRyunosuke Harada
Yugo Yoshida
14ARG
ARG
n/aLucas Calabrese
Juan de la Fuente
15FRA
FRA
n/aSofian Bouvet
Jeremie Mion
16NZL
NZL
n/aPaul Snow-Hansen
Jason Saunders
17FRA
FRA
n/aAlexandre ROSSIGNOL
David Boudgourd
18RUS
RUS
n/aMikhail Sheremetyev
Maxim Sheremetyev
19ITA
ITA
n/aFabio Zeni
Nicola Pitanti
20ISR
ISR
n/aGideon Kliger
Udi Gal
21GBR
GBR
n/aMatthew Mee
Ian Dobson
22AUT
AUT
n/aMatthias Schmid
Florian Reichsteaedter
23USA
USA
n/aAdam Roberts
Nicholas Martin
24ESP
ESP
n/aPablo SANTURDE DEL ARCO
ALEJANDRO RAMOS
25GER
GER
n/aLucas Zellmer
Heiko Seelig
26JPN
JPN
n/aYuya Ishikawa
Shouichi Yanagawa
27POL
POL
n/aPatryk Piasecki
Marcin Mickiewicz
28BRAn/aCarlos Wanderley
29USA
USA
n/aStuart Mcnay
Graham Biehl
30GER
GER
n/aFerdinand Gerz
Tobias Bolduan
31FIN
FIN
n/aJoonas Lindgren
Niklas Lindgren
32FRA
FRA
n/aBerenger BALZEAU
Mathieu Fountaine
33HUN
HUN
n/aGábor Sallai
Bálint Perjés
34GBR
GBR
n/aPhilip Sparks
Chris Grube
35GBR
GBR
n/aJonathan McGovern
Christian Birrell
36SUI
SUI
n/aYannick Brauchli
Romuald Hausser
37SIN
SIN
n/aROY JUNHAO TAY
Terence Koh
38SWE
SWE
n/aVictor Bergstr�m
Marcus Dackhammar
39BRA
BRA
n/aFabio Pillar
Gustavo Thiesen
40AUT
AUT
n/aDavid Bargehr
Lukas Mähr
41GBR
GBR
n/aJames Ellis
Daniel Schieber
42TUR
TUR
n/aDeniz Cinar
Ates Cinar
43ITA
ITA
n/aGabrio Zandonã
Edoardo Mancinelli Scotti
44GBR
GBR
n/aJames Rusden
Ben Muskett
45DEN
DEN
n/aHenrik Sogaard
Kristensen Soren Wiegand
46DEN
DEN
n/aNicolas Brandt Hansen
Jakob Ege Friis
47SUI
SUI
n/aMatteo Minetti
Andrea Minetti
48GBR
GBR
n/aBen Palmer
Konrad Weaver
49BEL
BEL
n/aQuinten Lauwers
Wouter De Munck
50HUN
HUN
n/aTamas Szamody
Mihaly Bardos
51SUI
SUI
n/aolivier gremaud
Adrien Gremaud
52CAN
CAN
n/aFraser McMillan
Erik Vanderpol
53DEN
DEN
n/aPeter Ammundsen
Mads Hejlesen
54IRL
IRL
n/aBarry McCartin
Finbar Bradley
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