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Peter O'Leary and Frithjof Kleen have won gold for Ireland this afternoon at the Skandia Sail for Gold Regatta.  The Irish -German duo left in their wake a string of world champions and Olympic medallists  including Torben Grael, Robert Sheidt and the current Olympic Gold Medallists, Britain's Ian Percy and Andrew Simpson.

Dun Laoghaire's Annalise Murphy who raced in the medal race for the Laser Radial class has finished tenth overall. Results HERE.

 

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Peter O'Leary and Frithjof Kleen (IRL) in action before competitng in the
Star class medal race on day 6 of the Skandia Sail for Gold Regatta.
Peter O'Leary and Frithjof Kleen (IRL) in action in theStar class medal race on day 6 of the Skandia Sail for Gold Regatta. Photo: On Edition

Australia went home laden with gold after an astonishing week of racing in Weymouth Bay – the 2010 Olympic venue. The Aussies picked up gold in four classes; Nicky Souter, Nina Curtis and Olivia Price in the Women's Match Racing, the Skud-18 was won by Daniel Fitzgibbon and Rachael Cox on Friday, Tom Slingsby took gold in the Laser Men, and Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen made up the top quartet with a win in the 49er class.

The French team pushed Australia all the way, with three gold medals – Pierre Leboucher and Vincent Garos won the 470 Men, Charline Picon took gold home in the RS:X Women, and in the 2.4mR, it was Damien Seguin who did the business for France. The Dutch team then edged the home nation out of the gold medal table with wins in two classes, Marit Bouwmeester in the Laser Radial and Udo Hessels, Marcel van de Veen and Mischa Rossen in the Sonar. While Team Skandia GBR were left with a single gold, which was Giles Scott in the Finn. The consolation for the most successful Olympic sailing nation of the last three Olympiads was a hatful of silver and bronze – two silver and four bronze.

The venue, Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy is the 2012 Olympic venue and it threw everything at the competitors this week – saving the best for last, with a medal race day that was the best of the British summer; wind, rain, calms and even a little sunshine right at the end. The huge entry of 975 sailors from 57 nations spread across 712 boats in 13 classes will go home having learned to expect the unexpected in August 2012.

470 Men Results
Gold Leboucher and Garos FRA 31 points
Silver Belcher and Page AUS 35 points
Bronze Patience and Bithell GBR 58 points

470 Women's Results
Gold Kondo and Tabata JPN 74 points
Silver Pacheco and Betanzos ESP 91 points
Bronze Maxwell and Kinsolving USA 91 points

49er Results
Gold Outteridge and Jensen AUS 65 points
Silver Kruger Andersen and Thorsell DEN 82 points
Bronze Morrison and Rhodes GBR 84 points

Finn Results
Gold Scott GBR 60 points
Silver Lobert FRA 63 points
Bronze Kljakovic Gaspic CRO 66 points

Laser Results
Gold Slingsby AUS 62 points
Silver Goodison GBR 74 points
Bronze Leigh CAN 93 points

Laser Radial Results
Gold Bouwmeester NED 40 points
Silver Multala FIN 43 points
Bronze Winther NZL 46 points

RS:X Men's Results
Gold Rodrigues POR 38 points
Silver Van Rijsselberge NED 42 points
Bronze Dempsey GBR 43 points

RS:X Women Results
Gold Picon FRA 44 points
Silver Manchon ESP 50 points
Bronze Shaw GBR 63 points

Star results
Gold O'Leary and Kleen IRE 52 points
Silver Loof and Tillander SWE 61 points
Bronze Kusznierewicz and Zycki POL 65 points

Women's Match Racing
Gold - Souter, Curtis and Price AUS
Silver - Leroy, Bertrand  and Riou FRA
Bronze - Tunicliffe, Vandemer and Capozzi USA

2.4mR Results- Final
Gold Seguin FRA 12 points
Silver Schmitter NED 13 points
Bronze Kol NED 27 points

Skud-18 Results- Final
Gold Fitzgibbon and Cox AUS 11 points
Silver Rickham and Birrell GBR 14.7 points
Bronze McRoberts and Hopkin CAN 26 points

Sonar Results – Final
Gold Hessels, Rossen and Van de Veen NED 21 points
Silver Robertson, Stodel and Thomas GBR 26 points
Bronze Cohen, Vexler and Efrati ISR 27 points


 

Published in Olympics 2012

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