Race report 15: Well done racing crews

17 July 2013

Race report 15: Well done racing crews
The final provisional results have not changed since yesterday and the Race Committee will now meet to finalise the placings in readiness for the prize giving ceremony on Thursday.

The race leg from Aarhus to Helsinki has seen crews that are dedicated to the spirit of racing and been determined to continue to the finish line, despite challenging weather conditions.

Well done to everyone.  

Provisional race results are available here. 

Class A
1               Statsraad Lehmkuhl (Norway)  
2              Tre Kronor af Stockholm (Sweden)
3              Georg Stage (Denmark)
Class B
1              Morning Star of Revelation (UK)
2              Maybe (UK)
3              Rupel (Belgium)
Class C
1                Sharki (Poland)
2                Ebb Tide (Netherlands)
3                St Iv (Estonia)
Class D
1              Akela (Russia)
2              Tomidi (Belgium)
3             Theia (Finland)
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Editor’s notes:

What is sail training?
Sail Training is an adventure activity, which includes far more than sailing instruction. Participants are required to confront demanding challenges, both physical and emotional. It is an activity that inspires self-confidence and personal responsibility. It promotes an acceptance of others, whatever their social or cultural backgrounds, and develops a willingness to take controlled risks. Those who undertake Sail Training on Tall Ships generally find it a positive life-changing experience.

About Sail Training International (STI)
STI is the international voice of Sail Training, a registered charity (not-for-profit organisation), which has worldwide membership and activities. Its purpose is the development and education of young people through the Sail Training experience, regardless of nationality, culture, religion, gender or social background. It organises the annual Tall Ship Races and other international Tall Ship sailing events.  STI members are 29 national Sail Training organisations around the world and STI’s head office is in Gosport, Hampshire, UK.
The organisation was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize 2007 for its work in promoting international understanding and friendship.

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