Another good day of racing in Valle de Bravo saw a 118.5km race to goal set, and 62 pilots in goal. First in and top of the day’s rankings was Luc Armant (FR, Ozone EnZo), and joint second in the day’s results were Marc Wensauer (DE, Ozone EnZo) and Peter Neuenschwander (CH, Ozone EnZo).
Andre Rainsford commented on his blog: “Such is the intensity and competitiveness of this field that after 114km with several gaggle splits, lead changes, complicated transitions and desperate scratching only five minutes separated the first 44 pilots.”
With fewer pilots in goal than we have seen in the previous tasks, Petra Slivova was the only woman who made it in on task four. She retains her overall first place in the women’s rankings.Venezuelan Juan Carlos Becerra Gonzalez is now top of the overall table, before Frenchmen Lucas Bernardin and Jean-Marc Caron. France are still the leading nation.
Seiko’s missing task results seen yesterday was just a small glitch in the scoring system which has now been rectified, and she is back up in second place in the overall women’s rankings.
RESULTS Superfinal Task 4
1. Luc Armant FR – Ozone EnZo – 3:35:15
2. Marc Wensauer DE – Ozone EnZo – 3:35:48
=2. Peter Neuenschwander CH – Ozone EnZo – 3:35:36
1. Petra Slivova CZ – Gin Boomerang X (60th overall) – 4:13:35
2. Regula Strasser CH– Ozone Mantra M4 (74th overall)
3. Keiko Hiraki JP – Ozone Mantra M4 (80th overall)
RESULTS Superfinal Overall after Task 4
1. Juan Carlos Becerra Gonzalez VE – Ozone EnZo – 2,897 points
2. Lucas Bernardin FR – Niviuk Icepeak 6 – 2,888 points
3. Jean-Marc Caron FR – Niviuk Icepeak 6 – 2,885 points
1. Petra Slivova CZ – Gin Boomerang X – 2,152 points
2. Seiko Fukuoka-Naville FR – Ozone Mantra M4 – 1,925 points
3. Regula Strasser CH – Ozone Mantra M4 – 1,698 points
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