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Taylor Canfield consolidates World #1 spot in Match Racing Rankings

Posted on 17 April 2014 by Valencia Sailing

[Source: ISAF] Taylor Canfield (ISV) retained World #1 in the Open Rankings having overcome World #2 Ian Williams (GBR) in the final of the ISAF Grade 1 Congressional Cup in Long Beach, California, USA.

A best of three final was raced to decide the 50th Congressional Cup Champion, with one win a piece it was all to play for going into the last race. During the pre-start a loud crunching noise indicated a collision between boats and the fortunes of fate swung to Canfield in the last minute.

First he noticed the six-inch chunk missing from the transom behind his feet, then he reached for the protest flag and moments later saw the on-water umpires affirm his protest with a blue flag, matching Williams’ ID for that race.

Canfield stayed out of trouble to take the honours and extend his advantage at World #1.

Taylor Canfield extends his grip on the #1 spot at the match racing rankings. Photo copyright Pierre Orphanidis / www.vsail.info

The top five remain as per usual in the Open Rankings but further down there is significant movement following a busy period of match racing regattas.

Francesco Bruni (ITA) is one of the month’s biggest movers having climbed 54 places to World #48. The former World #1 only counts five regattas to his name and having finished third at the ISAF Grade 1 Congressional Cup the Italian was significantly promoted back in the top 50.

The Italian will sail on the 2014 Alpari World Match Racing Tour and will look to work his way back to the top as the tour unfolds.

Croatia’s Tomislav Basic moved up from World #31 to World #21 after he won the ISAF Grade 3 Slovenian National Open Match Race Championships in Izola, Slovenia. The Croatian counts eight regattas to his points total and of those eight he has won six. His personal best ranking of World #10 came in February 2000.

Having won the ISAF Grade 3 Match Race Thailand Championship Maximilian Soh (SIN) moved to a personal best ranking of World #36. The Singaporean is on a run of seven straight victories at Grade 3 and 5 regattas and has been rewarded having previously sat at World #50.

Korea’s Gunwoo Park has broken into the top 100 for the first time in his career following a third at the Match Race Thailand Championship. Park counts six regattas to his points total and climbs from World #107 to World #66.

With several ISAF Grade 3, 4 and 5 regattas taking place in the latter part of February, all throughout March and the early part of April further movement is visible in the April release.

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Taylor Canfield wins 50th Congressional Cup, Ian Williams second

Posted on 14 April 2014 by Valencia Sailing

[Source: Congressional Cup] Krrunch! The sound was heard by the spectators all the way up on the Belmont Veterans Memorial Pier and over the lower part of the race course for the 50th Congressional Cup on the Long Beach outer harbor Sunday. It was startling for all and heartbreaking for others, like those rooting for Ian Williams of the UK to win his third traditional Crimson Blazer in four years.

Instead, the fortunes of fate swung to Taylor Canfield of the U.S. Virgin Islands in the last minute of the pre-start choreography. First he noticed the six-inch chunk missing from the transom behind his feet, then he reached for the protest flag and moments later saw the on-water umpires affirm his protest with a blue flag, matching Williams’ ID for that race.

Although there remained a decisive race twice around the half-mile windward-leeward course in 10 knots of chilly breeze, with Williams behind and owing a penalty turn, it seemed over before the start. Canfield, 25, said he knew it wasn’t.

“We knew it was going to be tough all the way through the race,” he said—and Williams made it so with tacking duels upwind and jibing his spinnaker to steal Canfield’s air downwind.

But Canfield and his crew sailed an unforgiving and mistake-free defense to win the championship sailoff with two wins to Williams’ one and collect the booty: the traditional Crimson Blazer and $17,500 of the $75,000 total purse.

That’s match racing, and the pair performed as their current No. 1 and No. 2 world rankings promised in a contest featuring contestants from seven nations.

Canfield’s crew consisted of Rod Dawson, spinnaker trim and tactics; Goodrick Hayden, bow; Mike Rehe and Dan Morris, sail trim, and Garrett Brown, main sail and pit.

Williams said, “It’s not a good way to lose, but Taylor sailed great. When I look back at it, the first race hurt us more. We had contact in that pre-start, too, but the umpires didn’t make the call.”

Funny thing about those flags. There were about a dozen protests upheld by the umpires Sunday and all were against the boats flying identifying blue flags, not the yellow flags of their rivals.

Williams said, smiling slightly, “With all those blue flags, the umpires must have lost the yellow flags.”

Williams did win the second race . . . after Canfield, then the blue-flag boat, committed a pre-start foul he was never able to resolve with a penalty turn.

Earlier, Canfield dispatched Keith Swinton of Australia in the semifinals, 2-0, while Williams defeated Francesco Bruni of Australia, 2-1. Bruni then defeated Swinton, 2-1, in the petite sailoff.

Phil Robertson’s New Zealand team won the fleet race around the harbor for the six competitors who didn’t reach the sailoffs.

Final standings

1. Taylor Canfield, USVI
2. Ian Williams, UK
3. Francesco Bruni, Italy
4. Keith Swinton, Australia
5. Simone Ferrarese, Italy
6. Mathieu Richard, France
7. Johnie Berntsson, Sweden
8. Dave Perry, U.S.
9. Phil Robertson, New Zealand
10. Scott Dickson, U.S.
11. Dustin Durant, U.S.
12. Chris Poole, U.S.

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Keith Swinton and Ian Williams tied at Stage Two of the Congressional Cup

Posted on 10 April 2014 by Valencia Sailing

[Source: Congressional Cup] There were no perfect days as Stage Two of the Congressional Cup got under way Wednesday. Taylor Canfield, speaking for all said afterward, “We’re still dusting a little rust off. We haven’t sailed together with our crews in five months.”

That might partly explain why the top-ranked match racer in the world is in a three-way tie for third place with three wins in his first five matches, behind early leaders Ian Williams of the UK and Australia’s Keith Swinton, each at four – one following opening tests of the first round-robin.

Thirteen more flights remain on the Long Beach outer harbor over the next three days to determine the four semifinalists who will mix it up Sunday. Total prize money is $75,000, with $17,500 to the winner through $2,000 for last place.

Their last Grade one event was the Monsoon Cup windup of the Alpari World Match Racing series in late November, won by New Zealand’s Phil Robertson, who is hanging on alone at two – three, ahead of the misplaced classy company of past winners Johnie Berntsson of Sweden and Simone Ferrarese of Italy at one – four, alongside local hopeful Scott Dickson.

As a southwest breeze built from a feeble 3 1/2 knots to 10, Williams, the winner in 2011 and 2012 and still ranked No. two, opened with four victories over Bruni, Swinton, Berntsson and Ferrarese until running into—almost literally—Richard in Wednesday’s final flight. The Frenchman, the 2007 winner now ranked No. five, forced Williams behind the race committee boat in the final minute, and by the time the Brit recovered Richard had a 16-second jump off the line.

“For sure, we have to work on our starting,” Williams said.

Richard lost his first two matches to the veteran Dave Perry, coming off a strong effort in the preceding Stage One event, and Dickson—the latter’s only win. Then he beat Bruni and Berntsson before blitzing Williams to jump back into early contention.

And if Swinton seems like the only frontrunner besides Canfield who hasn’t won the Congressional Cup, he’s working on it.

Since placing eighth in the Monsoon Cup he has rebuilt his team by changing two of his five crew members for an all-Aussie outfit, except for pitman Tudur Owen of Wales.

He also has taken on a new tactician, Ben Lamb, who said, “I really haven’t done that but we came from behind twice to win today.”

Still, Swinton dismissed a suggestion that this week was a bit like training camp. “I wouldn’t say that,” he said. “We were good off the (start) line in most of the races and usually came from behind when we had to.”

Racing is scheduled to start daily at 11:30 a.m., conditions permitting. Spectators may enjoy incomparable viewing of the races from Belmont Veterans Memorial Pier. Admission is free, with paid parking at the base of the pier. Seating, free public shuttles along the pier, concessions and comfort stations are available.

Standings after five of eighteen flights:

1. Tie between Ian Williams, UK, and Keith Swinton, Australia, 4-1
3. Tie among Mathieu Richard, France; Dave Perry, U.S., Francesco Bruni, Italy, and Taylor Canfield, USVI, 3-2
7. Phil Robertson, New Zealand, 2-3;
8. tie among Simone Ferrarese, Italy; Johnie Berntsson, Sweden, and Scott Dickson, U.S., 1-4

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Alpari World Match Racing Tour Announces 2014 Championship Skippers

Posted on 11 March 2014 by Valencia Sailing

[Source: Alpari World Match Racing Tour] The Alpari World Match Racing Tour has today announced the eight Tour Card skippers for the 2014 World Championship series. Defending Tour Champion Taylor Canfield (ISV) leads the line up of the world’s top match racers alongside four-time Tour Champion Ian Williams (GBR), Keith Swinton (AUS), Bjorn Hansen (SWE), Mathieu Richard (FRA) and Phil Robertson (NZL).

Joining the race for the 2014 title is also one of the challenging teams for the 35th America’s Cup, Luna Rossa (ITA).

Francesco Bruni will represent Prada CEO Patrizio Bertelli’s long term America’s Cup challenger Luna Rossa. Bruni, a former Laser, 49er and Star class Olympic sailor, was tactician aboard the Italian team’s AC72 catamaran in San Francisco during the 34th America’s Cup last year. He has now stepped into the driving seat for their match race training. Bruni competed at the Argo Group Gold Cup in Bermuda in 2013, when he triumphed over Sir Ben Ainslie in the final.

“The participation in the Alpari World Match Racing Tour is part of team Luna Rossa’s preparation program for the 35th America’s Cup,” confirms Bruni. “The Tour is one of the most selective competitions at international level and is the best field to measure ourselves in a real race.”

Completing the Tour Card skipper line up for 2014 is Australian David Gilmour, following in the footsteps of his famous father, Peter Gilmour, four-time ISAF Match Racing World Champion and America’s Cup veteran.

The 22yr old match racer is no stranger to the Alpari World Match Racing Tour after competing at the Monsoon Cup in 2012 and 2013, and the Korea Match Cup 2013. He was also winner of the ISAF Nations Cup 2013 and is a two-time winner of the Warren Jones International Youth Regatta in Perth.

“I am really proud to be racing on the 2014 Tour as a first time card holder,” commented Gilmour. “It has been a major goal of ours to win the Alpari World Match Racing Tour and it’s a tough field this year, but I believe I have the right team with me that can really challenge for the world title.”

Gilmour has recently joined Team Australia representing the Challenger of Record for the 35th America’s Cup. He will be dividing his time during 2014 between competing on the Alpari World Match Racing Tour and training with Team Australia.

All eight Tour Card Skippers are automatically guaranteed a berth at the six Tour Championship events for 2014. At least an additional four skippers are selected by each event to make up the final team tally.

But the man to beat in 2014 will be defending champion, US Virgin Islander Taylor Canfield. His USone Sailing Team won the Chicago Match Cup in 2013 and a third place at the Monsoon Cup was enough to secure the 2013 Alpari World Match Racing Tour overall and the World Championship title.

“USone is extremely happy with our 2013 performance as a first time Alpari Tour card holder. We have a special and talented team, which will remain the same for 2014. However, with new teams and new events, it’s a clean slate and the standards are high. We will be competing with the same enthusiasm and drive to retain our title.”

Wanting to claim Canfield’s title more than anyone this season will be British match racing legend Ian Williams. The GAC Pindar skipper has won the Alpari World Match Racing Tour four times (2007-8 and 2011-12). Victory this year would see Williams better Australian Peter Gilmour’s record and enter the record books as the person to have the most Match Racing World Championships in the history of the sport.

Williams comments: “Team GAC Pindar are very much looking forward to the 2014 Alpari World Match Racing Tour season. It is great to see new Events coming onto the Tour and I am especially looking forward to going back to Poland for the first time since we won the Sopot Match Race in 2005.”

A familiar foe of Williams, who has been awarded a Tour Card this season, is France’s Mathieu Richard, back for an impressive 11th year on the Tour. Richard won Korea Match Cup last year, when his GEFCO Match Racing Team concluded the season seventh overall.

For Sweden’s Bjorn Hansen’s this will be his eighth year on the Tour. His eWork Sailing Team finished just off the podium in fourth place last year, following their second place in 2012.

Back for his seventh consecutive year competing at Alpari World Match Racing Tour events, and his third year as Tour Card Skipper, is Australian Keith Swinton and his Black Swan Racing team. Swinton finished sixth on the Tour last year, down two places from their 2012 position – their best to date.

Phil Robertson will be once again representing New Zealand with his Waka Racing Team. This will be his sixth year on the Tour having finished third last year and in 2012.

As AWMRT Executive Director James Pleasance commented “We have a fantastic line up on the Tour this year, testament to the level of professionalism the World Championship has now reached. We are also delighted to welcome Luna Rossa to the 2014 Tour as part of their training for the 35th America’s Cup. While the America’s Cup has moved to foiling catamarans, there is no better place for the teams to hone their match racing skills than the Alpari World Match Racing Tour.”

Alpari World Match Racing Tour – 2014 Tour Card Holders
Taylor Canfield (ISV) USone Sailing Team
Ian Williams (GBR) GAC Pindar
Keith Swinton (AUS) Black Swan Racing
Bjorn Hansen (SWE) Hansen Sailing Team
Mathieu Richard (FRA) LunaJets
Phil Robertson (NZL) Waka Racing
Francesco Bruni (ITA) Luna Rossa
David Gilmour (AUS) Team Gilmour

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Ian Williams and GAC Pindar confirm bid for record breaking fifth ALPARI World Match Racing Tour title

Posted on 08 January 2014 by Valencia Sailing

[Source: GAC Pindar] Williams, a two-time ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year nominee, finished runner-up on the Tour last year following a dramatic conclusion to the series and is keen to put everything behind regaining his crown: “I was so close to winning a fifth title in Malaysia and I want to put that disappointment behind me and focus one hundred percent on going one better in 2014. I know it will be tough competition, everyone is improving year on year, but we have good form and confidence, having won four of the six round robins last year. We are currently reviewing last season and in the planning stages so that we are fully prepared for the first event in May.”

The AWMRT is the world’s leading professional sailing series featuring world-class Championship events across the globe. Every match race is a duel between two identically matched boats, creating close, aggressive competition, thrilling viewing and some of the most exciting action in world sport.

Commenting on the announcement, GAC Pindar Principal, Andrew Pindar says, “Everyone at GAC Pindar is delighted that Ian will again be leading our World Match Racing challenge and we are fully behind his bid to secure an unprecedented fifth title. The 2014 tour is highly anticipated following the nail biting drama of the final event last year and we have every faith that Ian will be back on top of the podium to celebrate his 8th year with GAC Pindar.”

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Taylor Canfield retains top spot at ISAF Match Racing rankings

Posted on 12 December 2013 by Valencia Sailing

[Source: ISAF] Taylor Canfield (ISV) showed why he is World #1 in the Open Rankings after taking the ISAF Match Racing World Championship title at the Monsoon Cup, the final event of the 2013 Alpari World Match Racing Tour.

Having been knocked out at the semi-final stage Canfield was nervously waiting on shore as Ian Williams (GBR) faced Phil Robertson (NZL) in the final. A victory in the final for the Briton would have won him a record fifth title but Robertson swept Williams aside and victory for Canfield was assured.

Canfield finished the Monsoon Cup in third place overall, solidifying his World #1 position whilst a second in Malaysia for Williams keeps him at World #2.

Robertson’s victory sees the Kiwi climb up to World #4, equalling the personal best he achieved in July 2012 and April 2013.

Don Wilson (USA) overcame Dave Perry (USA) 2-1 in the Carlos Aguilar Match Race in St Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. The ISAF Grade 2 regatta featured several top competitors but it was Wilson that came out on top.

Taking maximum points from the event Wilson moves from World #24 to World #21, a personal best.

Perry counts five regattas in his points total and as runner up he moves up ten places to World #123, someway off his best ranking position of World #26.

Mathieu Richard (FRA) held his nerve in the 21st Berlin Match Race overcoming Eric Monnin (SUI) in the final of the ISAF Grade 2 event.

Richard, a former World #1, held firm against Monnin, winning 3-1 before he finished fourth at the Monsoon Cup. With two strong results behind him Richard moves up to World #5 from World #7.

Monnin’s impressive climb up the rankings continues and hits World #10 for the first time.

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Only Williams stands in the way of Canfield’s first World Match Racing Title

Posted on 29 November 2013 by Valencia Sailing

[Source: Alpari World Match Racing Tour] Ian Williams bounced off the ropes to keep his hopes of a fifth world title alive after scraping through a tense Quarter-Final in the Monsoon Cup in Malaysia today.

Meanwhile, in the bigger battle to decide the 2013 winner of the Alpari World Match Racing Tour, the 24-year-old Taylor Canfield is beginning to look like a World Champion in waiting after coming through his Quarter-Final 2-0 against Keith Swinton.

Only Williams remains in the way of Canfield’s first world title, although the US Virgin Islander must have been wondering if he could win the world championship a day earlier as he watched the final Quarter-Final match between Williams and Francesco Bruni play out. The Luna Rossa skipper had the GAC Pindar skipper on the ropes in the pre-start, as Williams acknowledged afterwards: “We made a mistake in our timing in the pre-start. We were in big trouble up until 20 seconds to go. At that moment you wriggle as hard as you can and hope something works for you. He wriggled free in the previous race, and this time we managed to wriggle free. Normally we like to control a situation more than that, but of course we’ll take it however it comes. We got the penalty on Francesco, and we’re very relieved to get into the Semi-Final – still alive.”

Only Ian Williams can stop Taylor Canfield from becoming the new World Match Racing Champion. Kuala Terengganu, 29 November 2013. Photo copyright OnEdition / Alpari World Match Racing Tour

The monsoon conditions in Kuala Terengganu played havoc with the schedule, with principal race officer David Tallis forced to cut the Quarter-Finals down from a ‘first to three points’ to a ‘first to two points’ contest for the eight teams. But no matter how unpredictable the weather or the schedule, Taylor Canfield continues to impress. He made his 2-0 victory over Keith Swinton look easy, although the US Virgin Islander is being careful to remain confident without being cocky or taking anything for granted. “We just managed to get the better of the current and the situations on the race course,” he said. And although he might have become world champion today if Bruni had dispatched Williams, he carries the pressure of the situation well. “We’re ready to race to the end and we’re confident in the way the team is sailing.”

While 24-year-old Canfield is on the verge of winning his first world title, for the veteran Bjorn Hansen, aged 46, he will have to wait another year. The eWork Sailing Team shook hands the moment they crossed the finish of their final dramatic match against Mathieu Richard, but their dejection was plain to see. Utter devastation. “Looking at it in the moment, you feel like you never want to come here again,” smiled the Swede philosophically. “But give us a few hours and I think we will regroup and work out how the old guys are going to take the title once and for all.”

Richard and his GEFCO Match Racing Team have been quietly improving all regatta, although there were no words of praise from their coach, former world champion and America’s Cup legend, Bertrand Pacé. “When we finished, Bertrand said we had to discuss the starts because they’re not very good!”

The other semi-finalist is another steady improver, Phil Robertson, who dispatched fellow Kiwi Adam Minoprio 2-0 in their Quarter-Finals. The WAKA Racing skipper was feeling bullish about his prospects, even if he has been picked by Canfield for the Semi-Finals. “Taylor and Ian have a World Championships to lose and we have nothing to lose, so we’re relaxed about tomorrow. We’re chilled out. One more day to go and we’ll throw everything at it.”

The concluding day of the Monsoon Cup will see the Semi-Finals determine which of these four teams, Canfield v Robertson and Williams v Richard, will race it out for the Finals tomorrow afternoon in Kuala Terengganu. The Finals will be televised live around the world via 18 broadcasters at 1500 to 1700 hours local time (GMT +8).

Quarter Final Results
Taylor Canfield (ISV) USone – 2-0
Ian Williams (GBR) GAC Pindar – 2-1
Mathieu Richard (FRA) GEFCO Match Racing Team – 2-1
Phil Robertson (NZL) WAKA Racing – 0-2

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Taylor Canfield wins qualifying stage at Monsoon Cup

Posted on 28 November 2013 by Valencia Sailing

[Source: Alpari World Match Racing Tour] It wasn’t a perfect day for the talented 24-year-old from the US Virgin Islands however, as he lost a critical match to arch rival Ian Williams. The four-time World Champion from Great Britain managed to win a penalty against Canfield’s USone team in a luffing match on the first beat of their race, and the GAC Pindar crew went on to secure victory in the light and fluky conditions.

If Williams could go on to win his remaining matches, he would topple Canfield from the top of the Qualifying leaderboard and get first pick of his opponent in the Knockout Rounds. But then the defending World Champion fell to Bjorn Hansen, and the opportunity was lost. Canfield was confirmed as winner of Qualifying, even with two of the 17 flights still to be completed tomorrow.

Through the tropical downpours, wildly shifting wind direction and ever-changing currents, the race committee, led by PRO David Tallis, have been tested to their limits, as have the sailors. Canfield’s consistency in such unpredictable conditions has been impressive. “We’re pleased to be the top boat out of Qualifying,” he said, “and pleased to get the pick going into the Quarter Finals. But I think anyone that we do pick is going to be a tough match. The guys have been sailing the boat incredibly so far this week and I’m confident that we can pretty much take anyone at this point.”

Taylor Canfield finishes the Monsoon Cup round robin at the top. Kuala Terengganu, 28 November 2013. Photo copyright OnEdition / Alpari World Match Racing Tour

Beyond the Monsoon Cup, the top performing teams have their eye on the bigger prize, becoming champion of the Alpari World Match Racing Tour. Topping the series leaderboard, Canfield knows he has a target on his back and that he’s dodged a potential bullet by winning Qualifying. “There’s a bit of pressure off, knowing that most likely some of the other guys would pick us in the Quarters if they had won Qualifying. This takes some pressure off knowing that we can race whoever we want – and hopefully we can take ‘em down.”

Williams was ruing a missed opportunity after losing to Hansen, although he still sits second on the leaderboard with scores of 7 wins, 3 losses, and one match remaining against Pierre-Antoine Morvan. “Taylor winning Qualifying gives him the pick, which I guess is a pity for us, because our fate is not in our hands now. If Taylor doesn’t pick us and wins his Quarter and Semi-Final, he’ll be the world champion. But he’s still got to win those, and it’s tough here, with a lot of good competitors. We’re in the quarters, and we’ll keep fighting to the end.”

In beating Williams, Bjorn Hansen gave Canfield victory in Qualifying, but the Swedish skipper had no regrets. “We needed that point to proceed to the Quarter Finals,” said the eWork Sailing Team boss. “We never thought about anything other than winning our match against Williams, and we’re very happy with that race. We’re more critical of ourselves that we didn’t beat Taylor after being one penalty up on him. If we had won that race, we would have looked very good for winning Qualifying.”

The teams in the middle of the pack are in a mad scramble for one of the last spots in the top 8. Even fourth-placed Adam Minoprio and Team Alpari FX aren’t fully clear of the melée, although the New Zealand skipper was happy to have come back from a slow start to the regatta. “There’s a whole load of teams tied on 5 points, with the pressure on Keith Swinton and Pierre-Antoine Morvan.”

Francesco Bruni is also under some pressure after struggling with his starts today. “We are one of many teams on five points,” said the Luna Rossa skipper. “It’s not tragic because we have one race left against Mathieu Richard. If we win, we are in, and if we lose, we have a slim chance. I wish we had done a better job overall, but we have seen this situation many times before. I just have to find my rhythm at the start, that has been our problem so far, I just need to find the feeling with the boat.”

Björn Hansen defeats Ian Williams and deprives him from the opportunity to lead the Monsoon Cup round robin. Kuala Terengganu, 28 November 2013. Photo copyright OnEdition / Alpari World Match Racing Tour

Someone needs to break the rhythm on Canfield’s boat, as USone are looking very sure-footed in very unstable conditions. Kiwi tactician Rod Dawson says the move through to the knockout rounds won’t affect their approach. “We won’t change our style of sailing, we’ve got a winning formula, we’re sailing confidently. We’re not going to change what we’re doing.” And although they lost to Williams today, Dawson remains unfazed by the four-time champion. “We’re confident against Ian, we’ve got no worries in that area, we smacked him in the last regatta when he picked us in the knockouts.”

Tomorrow the final two flights of Qualifying will conclude before the top eight go through to compete in the Quarter-Finals.

Qualifying Results after 15 flights

Taylor Canfield (ISV) USone – 9-2
Ian Williams (GBR) GAC Pindar – 7-3
Mathieu Richard (FRA) GEFCO Match Racing Team – 6-3
Bjorn Hansen (SWE) eWork Sailing Team – 6-4
Phil Robertson (NZL) WAKA Racing – 6-4
Adam Minoprio (NZL) Team Alpari FX – 5-5
Francesco Bruni (ITA) Luna Rossa – 5-5
Keith Swinton (AUS) Black Swan Racing – 5-5
Pierre-Antoine Morvan (FRA) Vannes Agglo Sailing Team – 5-5
Johnie Berntsson (SWE) Stena Sailing Team – 4-7
David Gilmour (AUS) Team Gilmour – 2-8
Jeremy Koo (MAS) Team KFC – MYA/KRT – 0-9

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