http://www.seaandco.net/index.php?lang= ... ch_stat=1l
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The official results are now known since Toby's post (Tue May 17, 2011 10:40 am)kakanala wrote:In the preliminary results posted by Race Commitee it was Adam Vance in 1st place and even in the wrap up article from the organization it was Adam Vance who had got the title.
http://www.grandprixguyader.com/suivre- ... de7028e79f
Totally coherent with the ranking and the local press article published since monday 16th May (The Telegramme de Brest),
The 3rd ranked overall and most regular rider mentioned in the wrap-up is not Adam VANCE but BJ JENSEN.
http://www.letelegramme.info/sports/voi ... der&xtcr=2
Here is my free translation:
Guyader Grand Prix / World Youths and Masters. A very promising Maxime NOCHER !
May 16, 2011
Untouchable in the Youths, the Mediterranean Maxime Nocher was crowned world champion, yesterday in Douarnenez. The Dane Bjorn Rune Jensen and the British Steph Bridge were crowned in the Masters.
For the last day, the Grand Prix Guyader has offered a nautical scene of dream. Wind for the final rounds of kitesurfing and a large sun for the stand up paddle, all of this in front of a marveled audience at the Port Rhu.
- Thirteen rounds in three days -
This world Youths and Masters championship will be remembered. Firstly because it was the first one dedicated to the below 18s and over 35s. Secondly because it has been validated beyond expectations: 13 rounds played over three days in perfect conditions (15 to 20 knots in bright sunshine). The riders had great fun in the Bay of Douarnenez. For Maxime Nocher, it was the perfect World. The Frejus rider [South of France] logically titles of Youths World Champion. Ambitious, Nocher now targets the Open World championship that will take place next month in Germany, "just after the High School final exams," he said.
- The regularity of Jensen -
In the Masters (age 35 +), the title of Men Masters World Champion returned to the Dane Bjorn Rune Jensen. Regularity will have paid.
In the overall ranking, it is Julien Kerneur (Quiberon, Brittany West of France) who won. Among women, the British Steph BRIDGE has always been on the lead: she leaves Douarnenez with the Women Masters World Title. Very international podiums on this very first world championship.
+++ World results +++
Men Youths(after 13 races): 1. Maxime Nocher (Frejus, France) 7 pts 2. Oswald Smith (South Africa) 17 pts 3. Oliver Bridge (GBR) 28 pts 4. Nicolas Parlier (France) 29 pts 5. Escario Maxime (France) 41, 30 pts 6. Theo Sitallac (Quiberon, France) 47.50 pts ...
1st female, Louise Delorme (Leucate). 9 registered.
Men Masters (after 13 races): 1. Bjorn Rune Jensen (Denmark) 15.5 pts 2. Adam Vance (Canada) 18.40 pts 3. Hanel Dirk (Germany) 24 pts 4. Simone Vanucci (Italy) 25.10 pts ... 6. Herve Rousseau (Frejus / France) 49 pts. 31 registered.
Women Masters (after 13 races): 1. Stephanie Bridge (GBR) 42.70 pts 2. Leila Nouar (France) 259 pts 3. Caroline Hamel (France) 507 pts. 3 registered.
+++ Open = 18-34 results +++
Women Open(after 13 races): 1. Caroline Adrien (Finist'Kite Attitude) 7 pts 2. Maya Hernandez (The Spot Kiteschool) 21 pts 3. Celia Codaccioni (SCN - North Kiteboarding School) 23.70 pts. 3 registered.
Men Open (after 13 races): 1. Julien Kerneur (Freeboost.fr) 7 pts 2. Sebastian Neck (SR Douarnenez / Kitesardin School) 18.40 pts 3. Gael Pouchin (Cus Akif - Ass Kiteboarding Ile de France) 25.70 pts 4. Max Diebold (Cus Akif - Ass Kiteboarding Ile de France) 38 pts 5. David Chesnais (SR Douarnenez / Kitesardin School) 5 registered.