Anders Bringdal

After his victory on his home event in North Oeland, Anders Bringdal (SWE) has taken the lead in the 2009 Speed:World:Cup ranking. Second is Cyril Moussilmani now, ahead of Bjorn Dunkerbeck (SUI).

No change in the womens ranking, Valerie Ghibaudo (FRA) clearly ahead of Zara Davis (GBR) and Marion Raisi (FRA).

The next event will be the ISAWC Worlds in Karpathos end of July, were the top 45 men and women on the world will compete for the World Championship titles.

Rankings 2009
ISWC Overall Men
1. A. Bringdal, SWE
2. C. Moussilmani, FRA
3. B. Dunkerbeck, SUI
4. C. Bordes, FRA
5. D. Garrel, LUX

ISWC Overall Women
1. V. Ghibaudo, FRA
2. Z. Davis, GBR
3. M. Raisi, FRA
4. K. Jaggi, SUI
5. B. Hoefer, GER

ISWC Board Manufacturers Ranking
1. Starboard
2. Fanatic
3. T1
4. Carbon Art
5. F2

ISWC Sail Manfacturers Ranking
1. North Sails
2. Loft Sails
3. KA Sails
4. Simmer
5. Neil Pryde

ISWC Nations Ranking
1. France
2. Netherlands
3. Germany
4. Switzerland
5. Greece

IKA Overall Men
1. Alexandre Caizergues, FRA
2. Sylvain Hoceini, FRA
3. Rob Douglas, USA
4. Chris Prin-Guenon, FRA
5. Jerome Bila, FRA

IKA Overall Women
1. Charlotte Consorti, FRA
2. Sjoukje Bredenkamp, RSA
3. Melissa Gil, USA
4. Caroline Adrien, FRA
5. Jemma Grobbelaar, GBR

IKA Nations
1. France
2. USA
3. South Africa
4. Great Britain
5. Germany

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