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World Sailing Match Race Rankings - 19 October 2016

World Sailing Match Race Rankings - 19 October 2016
The World Sailing Match Race rankings have been released and Taylor Canfield (ISV) and Anna (Kjellberg) Ístling (SWE) remain top of the respective sections.

Canfield keeps hold of the #1 position over main rival Ian Williams (GBR) who sits in second.

Winner of the highest graded regatta in the ranking period, the New Zealand Match Racing Championship 2016, Chris Steele (NZL) moves up from #8 to break in to the top five as World #5, his highest ever position.

Anna (Kjellberg) Ístling holds top spot in the women’s division with Camilla Ulrikkeholm Klinkby (DEN) as World #2.

Caroline Sylvan has moved in to #3, dropping Anne-Claire Le Berre (FRA) down a place to #4 in the Women’s rankings.

Next week will see the 2016 Women’s International Match Racing Series (WIM Series - www.wimseries.com) continue with a return to South Korea for the 2016 Busan Cup Women’s International Match Race (WIM Series - www.wimseries.com/event/2016-busan-cup-womens-international-match-race/) in Busan, South Korea.

For the complete women’s rankings, click here

World Sailing Match Racing Rankings - www.sailing.org/rankings/index.php

(From the World Sailing website: www.sailing.org)
Posted on Oct 20, 2016 by WIMRA Webmaster

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