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Skandia Sail For Gold Regatta 2009
Introduction
Regatta Details
Start Date14 September 2009
End Date19 September 2009
ISAF IDGBR200909EXU
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 Results
Fleet racing Men 470 2Overall Results
Fleet racing Women 470 2Overall Results
Fleet racing Open 49er 2Overall Results
Match racing Women Elliott 6m WOverall Results
Fleet racing Open Finn 2Overall Results
Fleet racing Men Laser 3Overall Results
Fleet racing Women Laser Radial 3Overall Results
Windsurfing Men RS:X 2Overall Results
Windsurfing Women RS:X 2Overall Results
Fleet racing Disabled SKUD 18 2Overall Results
Fleet racing Disabled Sonar 2Overall Results
Fleet racing Men Star 2Overall Results
Skandia Sail For Gold Regatta14 Sep 2009 - 19 Sep 2009
Fleet racing - Men - Laser
Position Nation Sail Number Net Points Total Points Crew
1AUSn/aTom Slingsby
2CYPn/aPavlos Kontides
3AUTn/aAndreas Geritzer
4CROn/aTonci Stipanović
5GBRn/aPaul Goodison
6ARGn/aJulio Alsogaray
7GBRn/aNick Thompson
8SWEn/aJohan Wigforss
9POLn/aKarol Porozynski
10CROn/aDaniel Mihelić
11SWEn/aEmil Cedergårdh
12BRAn/aBruno Fontes
13USAn/aBradley Funk
14SWEn/aJesper Stelheim
15FRAn/aRodrigue CABAZ
16GBRn/aRobert Godwin
17NORn/aKristian Ruth
18SWEn/aRasmus Myrgren
19FRAn/aFelix PRUVOT
20GERn/aMalte Kamrath
21URUn/aAlejandro Jose Foglia
22USAn/aClay Johnson
23GBRn/aOliver Tweddell
24FRAn/aJean Baptiste Bernaz
25SUIn/aChristoph Bottoni
26DENn/aThorbjoern Schierup
27ITAn/aMichele Regolo
28CANn/aChris Dold
29HUNn/aZsombor Berecz
30GBRn/aMark Powell
31GERn/aPhilipp Buhl
32ITAn/aGiacomo Bottoli
33GBRn/aMartin Evans
34SWEn/aVictor Vasternas
35ESTn/aKarl-Martin Rammo
36GBRn/aEifion Mon
37GBRn/aStuart Godwin
38CALn/aMALO LESEIGNEUR
39POLn/aWojciech Zemke
40GBRn/aMAX HOLLOWAY
41USAn/aRob Crane
42JPNn/aShinnosuke Yasuda
43AUSn/aJames Burman
44RUSn/aMaxim Semerkhanov
45GBRn/aAlex Mills-Barton
46ARGn/aNicolàs SCHARGORODSKY
47GBRn/aPhillip Reynolds
48SWEn/aDavid Jonsson
49SINn/aColin Cheng
50DENn/aMads Bendix
51BELn/aWannes Van Laer
52DENn/aKristian Kjærgaard
53GERn/aErik Schlaaff
54IRLn/aJames Espey
55POLn/aJakub Dumara
56SLOn/aNik Pletikos
57GBRn/aSean Evans
58USAn/aCam Cullman
59POLn/aMarek Izdebski
60GBRn/aJames Gray
61POLn/aKacper Ziemiński
62SUIn/aLucien Cujean
63DENn/aMagnus Kaeldso
64FINn/aTeemu Rantanen
65GBRn/aRobert Holmes
66DENn/aMichael Hansen
67CROn/aFILIP MATIKA
68GERn/aMax Jambor
69GBRn/aPeter McCoy
70NORn/aMathias Mollatt
71SUIn/aSilvan Hofer
72POLn/aMichal Gryglewski
73GBRn/aMatthew Reid
74GERn/aJan Kowalski
75SWEn/aVictor Svärd
76GBRn/aJak Cornthwaite
77AUTn/aMatthias Sailer
78GBRn/aROBIN ELSEY
79AUSn/aSean Bly
80GBRn/aJames Spencer
81GBRn/aOscar mcveigh
82IRLn/aOliver Loughead
83GBRn/ageorge spedding
84GBRn/aStephen Beckett
85NORn/aAnders Pedersen
86GBRn/aJohn Booth
87NORn/aMikkel Berger
88GBRn/aMICHAEL CLARK
89GBRn/aMark Barnes
90JPNn/aDaisuke Saito
91GBRn/aJohn Currie
92GBRn/aMichael Rivers
93IRLn/aConor Simms
94NORn/aLars Myklebust Johansen
95GBRn/aDan Bigsby
96GBRn/aMax Robinson
97GBRn/aTom Rainey
98GBRn/aBen Cornish
99GBRn/aLawrence Walters
100GBRn/aMatthew Holden
101GBRn/aTony Woods
102GBRn/aHarry Harding
103GBRn/aChristopher Russell
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