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J/80 World Championship 2012 - Dartmouth GBR

Monday, 11. June 2012– Friday, 15. June 2012

Website: www.j80worlds2012.com/

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Thursday, April 17, 2014   (Image © photoaction.com)
No more racing on the final day of the J/80 Worlds as a wind exceeding 30 kn was blowing off Darthmore at the English South Coast building up a huge swell. At the end of the event, all Medals have gone to Spain with José-Maria Van der Ploeg ESP and his team as the new World Champions, followed by Rayco Tabares ESP and Carlos Martinez ESP. 76 teams from 14 nations participated. The final rankings and the event-website.
Thursday, April 17, 2014   
Four races were sailed, initially in a light wind, freshening later to up to 20 kn. at the English South Coast yesterday. José-Maria Van der Ploeg ESP continued his row of good results and has now a four points' lead after 9 races over Rayco Tabares ESP. Kevin Sproul GBR remains on 3rd, two points ahead of Eric Brezellec FRA. The situation remains open before the last races today. The rankings and the report.
Thursday, April 17, 2014   (Image © photoaction.com)
Four races were sailed by the 76 teams yesterday in a well established medium breeze, and as at the previous year's Worlds, the Spanish teams were the ones to beat. The Olympic Champion José-Maria Van der Ploeg ESP took the clear lead with a row of top-10 finishes, followed by Javier Arguado ESP as 2nd and Kevin Sproul GBR as 3rd. The rankings, the report and the event-website.
Thursday, April 17, 2014   
Rain and light winds prevailed at the English South Coast where the J/80 World Championship 2012 began with one race. Patrick Bot FRA and his team were the winners ahead of Robert Larke GBR and Javier Aguado ESP. 76 teams from 9 nations participate. The results.
 
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Wednesday, April 16, 2014   (Image © photoaction.com)
No more racing on the final day of the J/80 Worlds as a wind exceeding 30 kn was blowing off Darthmore at the English South Coast building up a huge swell. At the end of the event, all Medals have gone to Spain with José-Maria Van der Ploeg ESP and his team as the new World Champions, followed by Rayco Tabares ESP and Carlos Martinez ESP. 76 teams from 14 nations participated. The final rankings and the event-website.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014   
Four races were sailed, initially in a light wind, freshening later to up to 20 kn. at the English South Coast yesterday. José-Maria Van der Ploeg ESP continued his row of good results and has now a four points' lead after 9 races over Rayco Tabares ESP. Kevin Sproul GBR remains on 3rd, two points ahead of Eric Brezellec FRA. The situation remains open before the last races today. The rankings and the report.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014   (Image © photoaction.com)
Four races were sailed by the 76 teams yesterday in a well established medium breeze, and as at the previous year's Worlds, the Spanish teams were the ones to beat. The Olympic Champion José-Maria Van der Ploeg ESP took the clear lead with a row of top-10 finishes, followed by Javier Arguado ESP as 2nd and Kevin Sproul GBR as 3rd. The rankings, the report and the event-website.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014   
Rain and light winds prevailed at the English South Coast where the J/80 World Championship 2012 began with one race. Patrick Bot FRA and his team were the winners ahead of Robert Larke GBR and Javier Aguado ESP. 76 teams from 9 nations participate. The results.
 
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Tuesday, April 15, 2014   (Image © photoaction.com)
No more racing on the final day of the J/80 Worlds as a wind exceeding 30 kn was blowing off Darthmore at the English South Coast building up a huge swell. At the end of the event, all Medals have gone to Spain with José-Maria Van der Ploeg ESP and his team as the new World Champions, followed by Rayco Tabares ESP and Carlos Martinez ESP. 76 teams from 14 nations participated. The final rankings and the event-website.
Tuesday, April 15, 2014   
Four races were sailed, initially in a light wind, freshening later to up to 20 kn. at the English South Coast yesterday. José-Maria Van der Ploeg ESP continued his row of good results and has now a four points' lead after 9 races over Rayco Tabares ESP. Kevin Sproul GBR remains on 3rd, two points ahead of Eric Brezellec FRA. The situation remains open before the last races today. The rankings and the report.
Tuesday, April 15, 2014   (Image © photoaction.com)
Four races were sailed by the 76 teams yesterday in a well established medium breeze, and as at the previous year's Worlds, the Spanish teams were the ones to beat. The Olympic Champion José-Maria Van der Ploeg ESP took the clear lead with a row of top-10 finishes, followed by Javier Arguado ESP as 2nd and Kevin Sproul GBR as 3rd. The rankings, the report and the event-website.
Tuesday, April 15, 2014   
Rain and light winds prevailed at the English South Coast where the J/80 World Championship 2012 began with one race. Patrick Bot FRA and his team were the winners ahead of Robert Larke GBR and Javier Aguado ESP. 76 teams from 9 nations participate. The results.
 
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Monday, April 14, 2014   (Image © photoaction.com)
No more racing on the final day of the J/80 Worlds as a wind exceeding 30 kn was blowing off Darthmore at the English South Coast building up a huge swell. At the end of the event, all Medals have gone to Spain with José-Maria Van der Ploeg ESP and his team as the new World Champions, followed by Rayco Tabares ESP and Carlos Martinez ESP. 76 teams from 14 nations participated. The final rankings and the event-website.
Monday, April 14, 2014   
Four races were sailed, initially in a light wind, freshening later to up to 20 kn. at the English South Coast yesterday. José-Maria Van der Ploeg ESP continued his row of good results and has now a four points' lead after 9 races over Rayco Tabares ESP. Kevin Sproul GBR remains on 3rd, two points ahead of Eric Brezellec FRA. The situation remains open before the last races today. The rankings and the report.
Monday, April 14, 2014   (Image © photoaction.com)
Four races were sailed by the 76 teams yesterday in a well established medium breeze, and as at the previous year's Worlds, the Spanish teams were the ones to beat. The Olympic Champion José-Maria Van der Ploeg ESP took the clear lead with a row of top-10 finishes, followed by Javier Arguado ESP as 2nd and Kevin Sproul GBR as 3rd. The rankings, the report and the event-website.
Monday, April 14, 2014   
Rain and light winds prevailed at the English South Coast where the J/80 World Championship 2012 began with one race. Patrick Bot FRA and his team were the winners ahead of Robert Larke GBR and Javier Aguado ESP. 76 teams from 9 nations participate. The results.
 
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Sunday, April 13, 2014   (Image © photoaction.com)
No more racing on the final day of the J/80 Worlds as a wind exceeding 30 kn was blowing off Darthmore at the English South Coast building up a huge swell. At the end of the event, all Medals have gone to Spain with José-Maria Van der Ploeg ESP and his team as the new World Champions, followed by Rayco Tabares ESP and Carlos Martinez ESP. 76 teams from 14 nations participated. The final rankings and the event-website.
Sunday, April 13, 2014   
Four races were sailed, initially in a light wind, freshening later to up to 20 kn. at the English South Coast yesterday. José-Maria Van der Ploeg ESP continued his row of good results and has now a four points' lead after 9 races over Rayco Tabares ESP. Kevin Sproul GBR remains on 3rd, two points ahead of Eric Brezellec FRA. The situation remains open before the last races today. The rankings and the report.
Sunday, April 13, 2014   (Image © photoaction.com)
Four races were sailed by the 76 teams yesterday in a well established medium breeze, and as at the previous year's Worlds, the Spanish teams were the ones to beat. The Olympic Champion José-Maria Van der Ploeg ESP took the clear lead with a row of top-10 finishes, followed by Javier Arguado ESP as 2nd and Kevin Sproul GBR as 3rd. The rankings, the report and the event-website.
Sunday, April 13, 2014   
Rain and light winds prevailed at the English South Coast where the J/80 World Championship 2012 began with one race. Patrick Bot FRA and his team were the winners ahead of Robert Larke GBR and Javier Aguado ESP. 76 teams from 9 nations participate. The results.
 
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