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AlFHg

Sailing ISAF World Championships 2018

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Vojthas    55
3 minutes ago, OlympicsFan said:

Not a very trustworthy explanation ... how do we know that you didnt inherit a fortune and are now spending your time watching sailing and drinking champagne everyday?

Come on, it's not Wimbledon, to drink champagne ashore everyday.

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Agger    369
1 hour ago, OlympicsFan said:

Not a very trustworthy explanation ... how do we know that you didnt inherit a fortune and are now spending your time watching sailing and drinking champagne everyday?

 

I'm too afraid of water cause I can't swim :p

What do you want? My full life story? ;)

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OlympicsFan    227
vor 2 Stunden schrieb Agger:

 

Didn't notice if it was the winner or 2nd place, but yeah.

 

 

BTW gave the gyros a go

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Expensive imported food, another suspicious sign ...

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Agger    369
1 minute ago, OlympicsFan said:

Expensive imported food, another suspicious sign ...

 

Most was Danish ;)

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OlympicsFan    227
vor 1 Stunde schrieb Vojthas:

Come on, it's not Wimbledon, to drink champagne ashore everyday.

I wouldnt know what people do while watching sailing races, but i imagine most of them are drinking champagne and eating tons of oyster/lobster. Sailing and golf are sports that are only done by millionairs i'd assume.

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OlympicsFan    227
vor 29 Minuten schrieb Agger:

 

I'm too afraid of water cause I can't swim :p

What do you want? My full life story? ;)

 

vor 29 Minuten schrieb Agger:

 

I'm too afraid of water cause I can't swim :p

What do you want? My full life story? ;)

If you ask like that ...

3-4 pages would be enough, thanks!

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Agger    369
52 minutes ago, OlympicsFan said:

I wouldnt know what people do while watching sailing races, but i imagine most of them are drinking champagne and eating tons of oyster/lobster. Sailing and golf are sports that are only done by millionairs i'd assume.

 

I'm allergic to shellfish :p

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Agger    369

Paige Riley race 9 RET. Rindom into 3rd

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OlympicsFan    227
vor 1 Minute schrieb Agger:

Paige Riley race 9 RET. Rindom into 3rd

They are still sailing? Isnt it dark in denmark by now?

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AlFHg    77

Can somebody tell me where to find tomorrow schedule, please?

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phelps    447

day #8 recap

 

*Men's Laser (10 races): :CYP Pavlos Kontides 29 pts, :AUS  Matthew Wearn 32 pts, :GBR Elliott Hanson 34 pts + :GER / :NZL / :AUS / :NOR / :GBR / :GBR / :FRA going to the Medal Race

 

*Women's Laser Radial (10 races): :BEL Emma Plasschaert 56 pts, :NED Marit Bowmeester 67 pts, :DEN Marie Rindom 79 pts + :USA / :FIN / :CAN / :SUI / :GBR / :TUR / :HUN going to the Medal Race

 

Men's 49er (10 races): :CRO Sime Fantela/Mihovil Fantela 48 pts, :GER Tim Fischer/Fabian Graf 48 pts, :GER Tim Heil/Erik Ploessel 60 pts

 

*Women's 49er FX (12 races): :AUT Tanja Frank/Lorena Abicht 71 pts, :GBR Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth 82 pts,  :NED Annemiek Bekkering/Annette Duetz 85 pts + :DEN / :BRA / :DEN / :NED / :NOR / :NZL / :GBR going to the Medal Race

 

Men's RS:X (9 races): :NED Dorian Van Rijsselberge 34 pts, :POL Pawel Tarnowski 44 pts, :GBR Kieran Holmes Martin 45 pts

 

Women's RS:X (9 races): :NED Lilian De Geus 30 pts, :CHN Lu Yunxia 35 pts, :POL Zofia Noceti-Klepacka 45.2 pts

 

Mixed Nacra 17 (10 races): :AUS Nathan Outteridge/Haylee Outteridge 42 pts, :ARG Santiago Lange/Cecilia Carranza Saroli 45 pts, :DEN Lin Ea Cenholt/Christian Peter Lubeck 46 pts

 

* = Fleet Races are over

 

Men's Finn, Men's 470, Women's 470 are over and their Final Results have already been posted...

 

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