Rio de Janeiro, Brazil- Results and gold medallist pics

RS:X M

1.van Rijsselberghe, Ned, 5-3-1-4-1-1-4-1-1-1-1-6-1 Tot 25

2.Dempsey, Ger, 1-1-2-1-4-rdg-2-5-8-5-7-8-4 Tot 52

3.Le Coq, Fra, 7-7-12-6-3-2-8-10-17-2-3-12-7 Tot 86

Dorian van Rijsselberghje. Foto Sailing Energy

Dorian van Rijsselberghe. Foto Sailing Energy

RS:X F

1.Picon, Fra, 1-2-1-4-5-10-5-11-8-ufd-3-10-2 Tot 64

2.Chen, Chn, 9-11-15-7-1-4-10-4-1-1-1-3 Tot 66

3.Elfutina, Rus, 2-5-3-6-2-9-8-4-6-3-16-7-7 Tot 69

Charline Picon, oto negli RS:X. Foto Sailing Energy

Charline Picon. Foto Sailing Energy

Finn

1.Scott, Gbr, 17-3-2-1-11-1-1-3-8-2-2 Tot 36

2.Zbogar, Slo, 3-1-7-10-15-9-5-4-9-8-6 Tot 68

3.Paine, Usa, 7-10-21-3-14-2-17-7-10-4-1 Tot 76

Giles Scott. Photo Sailing Energy

Giles Scott. Photo Sailing Energy

Laser

1.Burton, Aus, 17-8-2-10-9-14-7-2-11-4-3 Tot 73

2.Stipanovic, Cro, 1-5-7-12-6-7-28-9-7-3-9 Tot 75

3.Meech, Nzl, 19-3-5-6-14-17-13-6-12-1-4 Tot 85

Tom Burton. Photo Sailing Energy

Tom Burton. Photo Sailing Energy

Laser Radial

1.Bouwmeester, Ned, 6-4-14-4-1-6-6-13-5-2-7 Tot 61

2.Murphy, 1-13-4-7-5-2-17-12-6-7-5 Tot 67

3.Rindom, Den, 5-8-dsq-3-3-1-4-6-22-3-8 Tot 71

Marit Bouwmeester. Photo Sailing Energy

Marit Bouwmeester. Photo Sailing Energy

Nacra 17

1.Lange-Carranza, Arg, 11-2-13-2-12-6-1-6-9-bfd-2-1-6 Tot 77

2.Waterhouse-Darmanin, Aus, 6-7-4-1-1-5-15-11-11-1-12-17-2 Tot 78

3.Zajac-Franck, Aut, 12-3-12-6-9-8-8-3-4-10-4-5-3 Tot 78

Santiago Lange e Cecilia Carranza. Photo Sailing Energy

Santiago Lange e Cecilia Carranza. Photo Sailing Energy

 

49er FX

1.Grael Soffiatti-Kunze, Bra, 9-1-1-10-2-6-3-3-11-2-7-2-1 Tot 48

2.Maloney-Meech, Nzl, 6-5-4-4-5-1-6-12-3-3-5-5-2 Tot 51

3.Hansen-Iversen, Den, ufd-2-2-2-4-2-9-16-2-1-2-4-4 Tot 54

5.Conti-Clapcich, 3-7-7-6-10-8-15-13-5-6-4-7-3 Tot 82

The Rio 2016 Olympic Sailing Competition features 380 athletes from 66 nations, in 274 boats racing across ten Olympic disciplines. Racing runs from Monday 8 August through to Thursday 18 August 2016 with 217 male and 163 female sailors racing out of Marina da Gloria in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Sailing made its Olympic debut in 1900 and has been a mainstay at every Olympic Games since 1908. For more information or requests please contact Daniel Smith at World Sailing on marketing@sailing.org or phone +44 (0) 7771 542 131.

49er

1.Burling-Tuke, Nzl, 1-1-5-2-7-6-2-3-1-3-5-4-1 Tot 42

2.Outteridge-Jensen, Aus, 13-8-2-5-10-12-4-5-8-2-7-7-4 Tot 91

3.Hell-Ploessel, Ger, 6-3-1-3-4-13-14-4-5-10-4-18-8 Tot 91

14.Tita-Zucchetti, 7-20-19-11-15-8-9-9-6-7-10-19 Tot 140

The Rio 2016 Olympic Sailing Competition features 380 athletes from 66 nations, in 274 boats racing across ten Olympic disciplines. Racing runs from Monday 8 August through to Thursday 18 August 2016 with 217 male and 163 female sailors racing out of Marina da Gloria in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Sailing made its Olympic debut in 1900 and has been a mainstay at every Olympic Games since 1908. For more information or requests please contact Daniel Smith at World Sailing on marketing@sailing.org or phone +44 (0) 7771 542 131.

470 M

1.Fantela-Marenic, Cro, 1-2-4-1-3-3-4-8-6-3-8 Tot 51

2.Belcher-Ryan, Aus, 8-1-3-3-2-8-10-7-1-7-9 Tot 68

3.Mantis-Kagialis, Gre, 9-3-1-5-13-9-5-2-2-2-10 Tot 71

The Rio 2016 Olympic Sailing Competition features 380 athletes from 66 nations, in 274 boats racing across ten Olympic disciplines. Racing runs from Monday 8 August through to Thursday 18 August 2016 with 217 male and 163 female sailors racing out of Marina da Gloria in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Sailing made its Olympic debut in 1900 and has been a mainstay at every Olympic Games since 1908. For more information or requests please contact Daniel Smith at World Sailing on marketing@sailing.org or phone +44 (0) 7771 542 131.

470 F

1.Mills-Clark, Gbr, 4-7-1-6-1-8-1-3-2-3-8 Tot 52

2.Aleh-Powrie, Nzl, dsq-1-4-1-12-ufd-3-1-1-4-3 Tot 75

3.Lecointre-Defrance, Fra, 6-18-2-3-4-13-7-7-6-2-6 Tot 80

19.Berta-Sinno, 13-19-16-14-8-15-16-19-15-20 Tot 155

The Rio 2016 Olympic Sailing Competition features 380 athletes from 66 nations, in 274 boats racing across ten Olympic disciplines. Racing runs from Monday 8 August through to Thursday 18 August 2016 with 217 male and 163 female sailors racing out of Marina da Gloria in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Sailing made its Olympic debut in 1900 and has been a mainstay at every Olympic Games since 1908. For more information or requests please contact Daniel Smith at World Sailing on marketing@sailing.org or phone +44 (0) 7771 542 131.

 

Medal Tally

Gbr 2-1-0

Ned 2-0-0

Aus 1-3-0

Nzl 1-2-1

Cro 1-1-0

Fra 1-0-2

Arg 1-0-0

Bra 1-0-0

Chn 0-1-0

Slo 0-1-0

Irl 0-1-0

Den 0-0-2

Ger 0-0-1

Gre 0-0-1

Usa 0-0-1

Rus 0-0-1

Aut 0-0-1