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Mills and McIntyre lead 470 World Championships

Hannah Mills and Eilidh McIntyre swept to the top of the leaderboard with three wins on day 1 of the 470 World Championship taking place in Greece.

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Because the discard kicks in at the third race they are tied on two points with Slovenia’s Tina Mrak and Veronika Macarol (-3,1,1) with Xiaoli Wang and Haiyang Gao (-11,2,2) in third.

It was also a good day for Britain's Amy Seabright and Anna Carpenter (2,-5,2) who are in fourth. Jess Lavery and Flora Stewart (6,-18,10) are in 21st place in the 60 strong fleet.

In the men's event, Anton Dahlberg and Fredrik Bergstrom (1,-2,1) of Sweden lead by three points from Mat Belcher and Will Ryan (-4,4,1) with Deniz and Ates Cinar (-11,2,3) in third on the same points.

Britain's Martin Wrigley and James Taylor (7,16,-18) are 29th overall.

470 Women - Leaders after 3 flight races (60 entries)
1. Hannah MILLS/Eilidh MCINTYRE (GBR 321) - 2 pts
2. Tina MRAK/Veronika MACAROL (SLO 64) - 2 pts
3. Amy SEABRIGHT/Anna CARPENTER (GBR 7) - 4 pts
4. Xiaoli WANG/Haiyang GAO (CHN 1221) - 4 pts
5. Agnieszka SKRZYPULEC/Irmina MRÓZEK GLISZCZYNSKA (POL 11) - 6 pts
6. Afrodite ZEGERS/Anneloes VAN VEEN (NED 1) - 7 pts
7. Shasha CHEN/Xufeng HUANG (CHN 0619) - 8 pts
8. Cassandre BLANDIN/Aloïse RETORNAZ (FRA 22) - 9 pts
9. Silvia MAS DEPARES/Patricia CANTERO REINA (ESP 18) - 10 pts
10. Gil COHEN/Stav BROKMAN (ISR 311) - 10 pts

470 Men - Leaders after 3 flight races (72 entries)
1. Anton DAHLBERG/Fredrik BERGSTROM (SWE 349) 2 - pts
2. Mathew BELCHER/Will RYAN (AUS 11) 5 - pts
3. Deniz CINAR/Ates CINAR (TUR 890) 5 - pts
4. Stuart MCNAY/David HUGHES (USA 1) 6 - pts
5. Panagiotis MANTIS/Pavlos KAGIALIS (GRE 1) 6 - pts
6. David BARGEHR/Lukas MÄHR (AUT 1) 6 - pts
7. Zangjun XU/Chao WANG (CHN 067) 9 - pts
8. Paul SNOW-HANSEN/Daniel WILLCOX (NZL 2) 9 - pts
9. Simon DIESCH/Philipp AUTENRIETH (GER 11) 9 - pts
10. Jordi XAMMAR/Nicolas RODRIGUEZ (ESP 44) 10 - pts

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Gerald New - Sailweb
10 July 2017 20:14 GMT


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