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Kiel Week Day 3 for International dinghies

 
Day 3 for the International 29er, 505 and Radial at the 136th Kieler Woche . . .

The 29er Euro Cup event five more races and Mathias Berthet and Alexander Franks-Plenty of Norway took four wins and maintain a nine point lead.

Oscar Engstrom and Hugo Westberg of Sweden picked up a win and keep second place, with Ville Korhonen and Robin Berner of Finland a rather distant third.

Britain's Ewan Wilson and Fin Armstrong (8,12,7,25,11) gain a place into sixth place overall. Monique Vennis-Ozanne and John Mather are 33rd and Freya Black and Millie Algridge with a DNF and DNC dropped to 42nd.

In the 505 event with another four races completed, Germany's Wolfgang Dr Hunger and Julien Kliener take a three point lead form Aussie Michael Quirk and Holger Jess.

Stefan Kochlin and Andreas Achterberg of Germany drop to third place.

Nathan Batchelor and Norman Byrd of Britain slip to sixth, and Chris Lewns and Jack Kilburn are now eighth.

In the Radial Open event with 170 entries, Tytus Butowski of Poland is the new leader, two points clear of Mikolaj Silny and Piotr Malinowski, both of Poland after eight races.

Britain's Tom Renny is 12th, Matt Beck 14th, Jon Emmett 16th and Arthur Fry is 19th.

In events with no GBR competitors:

In the Contender class event, Christoph Homeier of Germany leads from Jesper Nielsen of Denmark by ten points after eight races.

Cesare Barabino of Italy leads the Laser 4.7 event by 20 points after eight races.

Lars Johan Brodtorb of Norway leads the Europe event.

Jan Kurfield of Germany leads the OK dinghy event by two points from Bo Petersen of Denmark.

In the Hobie 16, Lauritz Bocklemann and Anke Delius of Germany lead after nine races.

In the Flying Dutchman class, Kilian Konig and Johannes Brack of Germany lead by five points.

In the Formula 18, Martin Friedrichsen and Björn Wendel of Germany lead.

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