No change at the top. Maxim OBEREMKO (UKR) continues to lead the world . However, this is not too surprising as only three sets of results are included - ISAF Grade 3 Warnemunder Week, Grade 2 ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship and the ISAF Grade 3 Travemunder Week.
Top Ten Pos Name Nation Previous Pos 1 Maxim OBEREMKO (UKR) 1 2 Jon-Paul TOBIN (NZL) 2 3 Gal FRIEDMAN (ISR) 3 4 Dominic TIDEY (GBR) 4 5 Nicolas HUGUET (FRA) 5 6 Joeri VAN DIJK (NED) 6 7 Nikolas KAKLAMANAKIS (GRE) 7 8 Przemek MIARCZYNSKI (POL) 8 9 Piotr MYSZKA (POL) 9 10 Ricardo SANTOS (BRA) 10
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