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Four-medal haul for NZL at 2015 ISAF Youth Worlds
New Zealand has just won four medals and second place in the Nation’s Trophy at the 2015 ISAF Youth World Sailing Championships after a brilliant final day, of racing in Langkawi, Malaysia.
Assured of at least one medal, in the boy’s 29er skiff class, before racing got underway today the New Zealand representative team has come away from the prestigious regatta with one of the best medal hauls on memory with two silvers and two bronze.
The silver medals came from Nick Egnot Johnson and Jackson Keon (Boy’s 29er) and George Gautrey (Boy’s Laser Radial). Bronze came from sisters Kate and Greta Stewart (Girl’s 29er), and also from Tamryn Lindsay and William Mckenzie (SL16 Multihull).
The collective results for the 2015 NZL Yachting Trust Youth Team sees them place 2nd overall behind Australia in the Nation’s Trophy rankings awarded for the best performing nation across all classes.
2015 ISAF Youth World Sailing Championships
NZL Yachting Trust Youth Team Final Results
Silver - George Gautrey (Muritai Sailing Club) – Boys Laser Radial
Silver - Nick Egnot Johnson and Jackson Keon (Murrays Bay Sailing Club) – Boys 29er
Bronze - Kate Stewart and Greta Stewart (Murrays Bay Sailing Club) – Girls 29er
Bronze - Tamryn Lindsay and William Mckenzie (Murrays Bay Sailing Club) - SL16
9th - Kerensa Jennings and Chelsea Rees (Murrays Bay Sailing Club) – Girls 420
11th - Lauren Mackenzie (Manly Sailing Club) – Girls RS:X
12th - Ali Nightingale (Charteris Bay Sailing Club) – Girls Laser Radial
14th - Jono Weston (Wakatere Boating Club) and Taylor Balogh (Naval Point Club Lyttleton) – Boys 420
21st - Finn Croft – Boys RS:X (Takapuna Boating Club)