Sailing At The 1992 Summer Olympics – Men's 470 - Results

Results


Rank
Helmsman (Country) Crew Race I Race II Race III Race IV Race V Race VI Race VII Total
Points
Total
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Rank Points Rank Points Rank Points Rank Points Rank Points Rank Points Rank Points
1 Jordi Calafat (ESP) Francisco Sanchez 1 0.0 10 16.0 1 0.0 1 0.0 12 18.0 10 16.0 32 38.0 88.0 50.0
2 Morgan Reeser (USA) Kevin Burnham 13 19.0 2 3.0 6 11.7 17 23.0 1 0.0 7 13.0 14 20.0 89.7 66.7
3 Tonu Toniste (EST) Toomas Toniste 10 16.0 11 17.0 7 13.0 4 8.0 6 11.7 28 34.0 2 3.0 102.7 68.7
4 Petri J. Leskinen (FIN) Mika Lauri Aarnikka 2 3.0 12 18.0 14 20.0 2 3.0 8 14.0 14 20.0 6 11.7 89.7 69.7
5 Herman Horn Johannessen (NOR) Pal Mccarthy 6 11.7 4 8.0 17 23.0 5 10.0 4 8.0 11 17.0 11 17.0 94.7 71.7
6 Paul Brotherton (GBR) Andrew G. Hemmings 11 17.0 3 5.7 2 3.0 6 11.7 17 23.0 DNS 44.0 10 16.0 120.4 76.4
7 Craig D. Greenwood (NZL) Jon Robert Bilger 18 24.0 9 15.0 3 5.7 10 16.0 3 5.7 PMS 44.0 8 14.0 124.4 80.4
8 Wolfgang Dr.Hunger (GER) Rolf Schmidt PMS 44.0 DNF 44.0 8 14.0 3 5.7 7 13.0 3 5.7 1 0.0 126.4 82.4
9 Shay Bahar (ISR) Erez Shemesh 3 5.7 14 20.0 10 16.0 14 20.0 24 30.0 4 8.0 15 21.0 120.7 90.7
10 M. Lundgren (SWE) Urban Lagneus 31 37.0 7 13.0 12 18.0 20 26.0 16 22.0 5 10.0 4 8.0 134.0 97.0
11 Sandro Montefusco (ITA) Paolo Montefusco 7 13.0 17 23.0 DSQ 44.0 7 13.0 18 24.0 2 3.0 19 25.0 145.0 101.0
12 Shinji Otsu (JPN) Motohiro Hirobe 8 14.0 5 10.0 4 8.0 15 21.0 28 34.0 PMS 44.0 13 19.0 150.0 106.0
13 E. Costa Melchert (BRA) B. Muller Carioba Arndt 29 35.0 1 0.0 32 38.0 18 24.0 27 33.0 6 11.7 7 13.0 154.7 116.7
14 Nigel Cochrane (CAN) Jeffrey Mark Eckard 12 18.0 8 14.0 11 17.0 8 14.0 33 39.0 17 23.0 28 34.0 159.0 120.0
15 Gyula Nyari (HUN) Zsolt Nyari 16 22.0 24 30.0 9 15.0 28 34.0 15 21.0 1 0.0 29 35.0 157.0 122.0
16 Benny Kouwenhoven (NED) Jan Kouwenhoven 14 20.0 PMS 44.0 25 31.0 9 15.0 19 25.0 30 36.0 3 5.7 176.7 132.7
17 A. Kosmatopoulos (GRE) A. Pahoumas 21 27.0 28 34.0 5 10.0 12 18.0 9 15.0 DSQ 44.0 27 33.0 181.0 137.0
18 Dirk Bellemans (BEL) Johan Bellemans 9 15.0 6 11.7 21 27.0 29 35.0 30 36.0 16 22.0 21 27.0 173.7 137.7
19 Hans Jorgen Riber (DEN) Jesper Pilegaard 26 32.0 25 31.0 23 29.0 23 29.0 10 16.0 18 24.0 5 10.0 171.0 139.0
20 Jodok Wicki (SUI) Bruno Zeltner 27 33.0 21 27.0 16 22.0 19 25.0 13 19.0 19 25.0 16 22.0 173.0 140.0
21 Marek Chocian (POL) Zdzislaw Staniul 17 23.0 15 21.0 15 21.0 24 30.0 20 26.0 PMS 44.0 17 23.0 188.0 144.0
22 Cheul Yoon (KOR) Sung An Jung 22 28.0 DSQ 44.0 DSQ 44.0 11 17.0 14 20.0 12 18.0 12 18.0 189.0 145.0
23 Farokh Tarapore (IND) Cyprus Cama PMS 44.0 18 24.0 13 19.0 13 19.0 21 27.0 22 28.0 24 30.0 191.0 147.0
24 Victor Hugo Rocha (POR) Eduardo Seruca 23 29.0 27 33.0 20 26.0 26 32.0 5 10.0 21 27.0 18 24.0 181.0 148.0
25 Maxime Paul (FRA) Dimitri Deruelle 19 25.0 13 19.0 22 28.0 25 31.0 26 32.0 24 30.0 9 15.0 180.0 148.0
26 Christian Binder (AUT) Markus Piso 4 8.0 20 26.0 24 30.0 31 37.0 25 31.0 23 29.0 23 29.0 190.0 153.0
27 David Ramon Borra (AND) Oscar Ramon Borra 15 21.0 29 35.0 31 37.0 27 33.0 2 3.0 25 31.0 35 41.0 201.0 160.0
28 Dmitri Berezkin (EUN) Evgueni Bourmatnov 5 10.0 22 28.0 29 35.0 16 22.0 29 35.0 PMS 44.0 26 32.0 206.0 162.0
29 M. G. Castro Paolino (ARG) G. F. Warburg Trucco 28 34.0 16 22.0 26 32.0 33 39.0 22 28.0 9 15.0 25 31.0 201.0 162.0
30 Blythe Walker (BER) Raymond J. De Silva PMS 44.0 19 25.0 18 24.0 21 27.0 32 38.0 26 32.0 20 26.0 216.0 172.0
31 Nicolas Epiphaniou (CYP) Peter Antony M. Elton PMS 44.0 23 29.0 28 34.0 22 28.0 23 29.0 13 19.0 30 36.0 219.0 175.0
32 Raimondas Siugzdinis (LTU) Valdas Balciunas 20 26.0 26 32.0 27 33.0 30 36.0 34 40.0 15 21.0 22 28.0 216.0 176.0
33 Andrew K. Gooding (JAM) Robert James Quinton 30 36.0 33 39.0 19 25.0 32 38.0 31 37.0 8 14.0 33 39.0 228.0 189.0
34 Shaw Her Siew (SIN) Khun Sing J. Chan 24 30.0 30 36.0 DSQ 44.0 35 41.0 11 17.0 20 26.0 36 42.0 236.0 192.0
35 Martin E. Lambrecht (RSA) Alec G. H. Lanham Love 25 31.0 32 38.0 30 36.0 34 40.0 35 41.0 27 33.0 31 37.0 256.0 215.0
36 Sadiq Mamoon (PAK) Rasool Javed 32 38.0 31 37.0 33 39.0 36 42.0 36 42.0 29 35.0 34 40.0 273.0 231.0
37 Luvambu Filipe (ANG) Eliseu Ganda 33 39.0 34 40.0 34 40.0 37 43.0 37 43.0 DNS 44.0 37 43.0 292.0 248.0

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