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Cadet Worlds - Britain's Cara Bland and Ines Green lead

After two races of the 2016 Cadet World 2016 Championships, Britain's Cara Bland and Ines Green have taken an eight point lead.

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The local crews, more used to light winds, mastered in the first race, but the British boats took over in the second race, when the wind reached 12 knots approximately.

Bland and Green won the second race from Victor De Ripainsel and Kobe Stroobandt of Belgium with Jamie Harris and Antonia Wilkingson of Britain in third.

Winners of the first race, Leticia Rodriguez Viegas and Constanza Lopez ARG, only managed a 29 in race two and dropped to 11th overall.

Cadet 2016 World Championship - Leaders after 2 races (55 entries)

1st GBR 9962 Cara Bland and Ines Green 3 1 4 pts
2nd GBR 9985 Jamie Harris and Antonia Wilkingson 9 3 12 pts
3rd ARG 9479 Lucio Pasquariello and Diego Pasquariello 5 10 15 pts
4th GBR 10002 Megan Fergusson and Yasmin Sfaxi 7 9 16 pts
5th ARG 9726 Lucas Manuel Zarate and Jazmin Boix 13 8 21 pts
6th BEL 8404 Victor De Ripainsel and Kobe Stroobandt 22 2 24 pts
7th ARG 9478 Mariano Pesallaccia and Martin Diaz Tamayo 8 18 26 pts
8th ARG 9722 Melina Haertel and Isabel Piccola 15 11 26 pts
9th ARG 9730 Julian Mariscal and Tomas Smurra 6 22 28 pts
10th GBR 9877 Hattie Collingridge and Hamish Collingridge 23 6 29 pts
11th ARG 9727 Leticia Rodriguez Viegas and Constanza Lopez 1 29 30 pts
12th GBR 10001 Harry Chatterton and Faye Chatterton 16 14 30 pts
13th ARG 9729 Santiago Plantie and Matias Finsterbusch 12 20 32 pts
14th CZE 9773 Sara Tkadlecova and Tadeas Tkadlec 26 7 33 pts
15th GBR 8997 Ryan Wilkinson and Megara Wilkinson 18 15 33 pts
16th ARG 9723 Teo Zecchin and Ana Zecchin 11 24 35 pts
17th ARG 9725 Mateo Ronchi and Valentino Lancon 2 34 36 pts
18th AUS 9628 Isabella Declerck and Isabel Willcox 4 32 36 pts
19th GBR 9876 Ellie Wootton and Amelia Mayhew 33 4 37 pts
20th BEL 9839 Eline Spittaels and Aurelie Boven 14 23 37 pts

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Gerald New - Sailweb
30 December 2016 17:36 GMT


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