Chang Hao: winner in a foreign country

The 2010 RS:X Australian Championships concluded over the weekend in Fremantle, WA.

12 competitors from various parts of Australia and the World competed over the three day regatta completing 10 races in a variety of conditions.

Although Chang placed first, he was ineligible to be Australian Champion and the coveted award went to West Australian sailor Tim Gourlay.

Tim Gourlay (NSW) was the first Australian male ahead of Jessica Crisp (NSW, Ladies winner) and Luke Baillie (QLD).

Full Results:

1 HAO, Chang
2 GOURLAY, Tim
3 CRISP, Jessica
4 BAILLIE, Luke
5 ABBAS RATHORE, Raja Qasim
6 TYACK, Joel
7 LOZANO, Nicolas
8 LORD, Justin
9 STERLING, Joanna
10 ROBERTSHAW, Eamon
11 STEPHENS, Alex
12 VOS, Patrick

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