J80 Worlds - Santander, Spain - July, 4th - 11th, 2009

  • Barclays
    • organizers
      •  Real Club Martimo de Santander
      •  Federacin Ctabra de Vela Real Federacin Espaola de Vela
      •  Asociacin Internacional de J80 Asociacin Espaola de J80
    • sponsors
      •  Gobierno de Cantabria
      •  Ayuntamiento de Santander
      •  Puerto de Santander
    • collaborator
         Brittany Ferries
         Yates & Cosas
         Viajes Mesana
         Gruas FAM
         El Diario Montas
         Reciclajes Industriales Paruvi
         Caf Dromedario
         Agua de Solares
         Grupo Cofares
         Coca Cola
         Martn Cdax
         Equip Yacht
         Miguel Ruiz Seguros
         Grupo Panorama
         North Iberian Control
         Electo Comercial
         Coviar Seguridad
         Grupo Consorcio
         Productos Campanal


    Close Results

    The leaders are close in the results to start the new part of the worlds that divides the fleet in to two groups. Todays winners Too Piris, Pichu Torcida, Carlos Martinez and Pablo Arrarte.

    The North wind was timid in strength in the Santander waters, having to wait 2 hours before the first start of the day and two restarts because of the changes of directions of the wind. Finally after a third try, where general recall was made, the forth was the definitive one. Alter all, two races where completed today summering seven races overall. The International fleet has had better results; the French Nantes de Jean Queveau did a third and a ninth, standing in 14th place of the general results. The British boat skippered bay Rob Larke with his Joystick, did a good performance, (5-4) which takes him to the 15th position. The usa boat Jeffrey Johnstone with his Jacuzzi was second in the first race of the day, suffering a disqualification because of out of line.

    In the Yellow group, the leader Hotel Princesa Yaiza suffered a (9-6) to keep his privileged position, before only 4 points of margin which until yesterday separated him from JJ Palmensis. Only 4 points separates the first five classified. The skipper from Murcia Carlos Martinez with his Peraleja Golf is third and Gustavo Martnez is now forth, and fifth is the Cantabrian Pichu Torcida with his Ecc Viviendas. Tomorrow commences the second part of the worlds, established in to two groups Gold and silver, being the first 66 classified in the Gold group and as from the 67 to the end of the classification, the silver group.

    Results after 7 races, 1 (discard)
    1- Hotel Princesa Yaiza 1-1-1-4-8-(9)-6, 21 points
    2- Yates y Cosas 5-1-4-7-(15)-1-3, 21 points
    3- Peraleja Golf 6-2-2-(15)-5-6-1, 22 points
    4- JJ Palmensi 4-2-3-2-(8)-7-6 24, points
    5- ECC Viviendas 7-6-1-1-(25)-9-1, 25 points
    6- Lupa 3-5-4-4-(15)-2-11, 29 points
    7- Mablo IV 5-4-7-9-1-5-(17), 31 points
    8- JXT Sail 2-3-3-16-(17)-6-2, 32 points
    14- Nantes Saint Nazare (FRA) 1-8-22-6-(36)-3-9, 49 points
    15-Joystick (GBR) 12-19-(24)-8-16-5-4, 64 points
    20- Jacuzzi (USA) 6-13-23-5-21/26-2-(OCS), 75 points

    More results in: http://www.j80worlds2009santander.org/result.php

    J80 Worlds - Santander, Spain - July, 4th - 11th, 2009