Sailing at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics – Girls' Byte CII

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Girls' Byte CII
at the I Summer Youth Olympic Games
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Venue National Sailing Centre
Dates August 17 – August 25, 2010
Competitors 32 from 32 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Lara Vadlau  Austria
2nd, silver medalist(s) Daphne van der Vaart  Netherlands
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Constanze Stolz  Germany
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Sailing at the
2010 Summer Youth Olympics
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Byte CII   boys   girls
Techno 293 boys   girls

Girls' Byte CII class competition at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics in Singapore took place from August 17 to August 25 at the National Sailing Centre. 32 sailors competed in this dinghy competition.

Sixteen races were scheduled however, due to bad weather conditions, only 11 races plus the Medal race were contested. Only the 9 best results along with the Medal race result were totaled for the final results.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Lara Vadlau
 Austria
Silver Daphne van der Vaart
 Netherlands
Bronze Constanze Stolz
 Germany

Results[edit]

Race M is the medal race.

Rank Athlete Race Net Points
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 M
1st, gold medalist(s)  Lara Vadlau (AUT) 5 1 9 1 1 3 4 3 2 5 3 4 27
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Daphne van der Vaart (NED) 2 5 16 21 RAF 5 3 1 1 2 4 2 41
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Constanze Stolz (GER) 1 2 2 18 5 11 2 7 4 12 2 21 57
4  Celine Carlsen (DEN) 7 9 1 13 2 2 14 4 16 9 6 5 58
5  Natasha Michiko Yokoyama (SIN) 6 7 23 6 4 1 20 6 20 1 12 3 66
6  Claudia Mazzaferro (BRA) 21 6 3 3 10 4 12 21 3 OCS 13 6 81
7  Khairunneeta Mohd Afendy (MAS) 4 11 18 4 15 14 8 10 7 8 9 10 85
8  Gu Min (CHN) 10 12 19 2 17 DSQ 1 9 9 18 1 9 88
9  Niki Blassar (FIN) 23 20 6 16 3 7 5 2 12 17 8 12 88
10  Sarah Douglas (CAN) 13 16 10 15 16 9 11 11 11 4 OCS 1 101
11  Elise Beavis (NZL) 11 10 7 DSQ 9 15 6 8 15 11 15 11 103
12  Sara Piasecka (POL) DSQ 4 13 8 11 8 7 17 18 6 16 16 106
13  Alexandra Rayroux (SUI) 3 3 17 9 8 6 9 16 21 OCS 19 18 108
14  Sofiia Larycheva (UKR) 18 15 4 17 7 17 17 OCS 19 7 7 7 116
15  Ines Sobral (POR) 17 8 25 22 6 10 16 5 5 26 10 23 122
16  Pinar Kaynar (TUR) 8 13 14 5 12 13 22 14 14 14 14 15 122
17  Sophie Murphy (IRL) 14 19 24 20 19 12 10 12 8 13 11 8 126
18  Eva Peternelj (SLO) 15 18 8 7 14 16 21 25 10 15 21 19 143
19  Madison Kennedy (AUS) 19 14 5 10 13 18 15 19 22 20 24 14 147
20  Paloma Esteban (DOM) 26 17 20 11 18 22 13 22 13 3 5 28 150
21  Catherine Diaz (ISV) 20 24 12 12 21 26 24 13 6 19 18 13 158
22  Maria Poncell-Maurin (CHI) 12 21 11 14 DSQ 25 26 15 17 24 17 17 173
23  Stephanie Lovell (LCA) 9 23 26 24 23 20 23 24 28 10 22 24 202
24  Sanlay Castro de la Cruz (CUB) 24 22 22 23 25 19 19 18 30 16 28 22 210
25  Elizabeth Wauchope (CAY) 22 25 21 25 22 27 18 20 DSQ 23 26 20 222
26  Matilde Simoncini (SMR) 16 27 15 27 20 23 31 23 26 21 23 DNC 227
27  Nicole van der Velden (ARU) 29 29 31 29 24 21 25 26 23 25 25 31 258
28  Irene Abascal van Blerk (GUA) 27 26 DSQ 26 28 30 28 30 27 27 20 25 264
29  Lamia Feriel Hammiche (ALG) 28 28 28 19 29 28 30 29 24 29 29 27 269
30  Tu'lemanu Ripley (ASA) 30 31 27 31 27 29 27 27 25 22 OCS 26 271
31  Teau Moana McKenzie (COK) 25 30 29 30 26 DSQ 29 28 29 28 27 29 280
32  Lara Kiran Granier (KEN) 31 32 30 28 30 24 32 31 31 30 30 30 295

Notes[edit]

Scoring abbreviations are defined as follows:

  • OCS – On the Course Side of the starting line
  • DSQ – Disqualified
  • DNF – Did Not Finish
  • DNS – Did Not Start
  • BFD – Black Flag Disqualification
  • RAF – Retired after Finishing

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