Sailing at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Laser Radial

The women's Laser Radial competition at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro took place between 8–16 August at Marina da Glória. Eleven races (the last one a medal race) were scheduled. Due to weather conditions the medal race was postponed a day.[1]

Women's Laser Radial
at the Games of the XXXI Olympiad
Laser Radial.svg
Line drawing of the Laser Radial
VenueMarina da Glória
Dates8–16 August 2016
Competitors37 from 37 nations
Winning total61 points
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Marit Bouwmeester  Netherlands
2nd, silver medalist(s) Annalise Murphy  Ireland
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Anne-Marie Rindom  Denmark
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ScheduleEdit

Mon 8 Aug Tue 9 Aug Wed 10 Aug Thu 11 Aug Fri 12 Aug Sat 13 Aug Sun 14 Aug Mon 15 Aug Tue 16 Aug
Race 1
Race 2
Race 3
Race 4
Race 5
Race 6
Rest day Race 7
Race 8
Race 9
Race 10
Rest day Medal race
(postponed)
Medal race
(rescheduled)

ResultsEdit

Results of individual races
Pos Helmsman Country I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X MR Tot Pts
  Marit Bouwmeester   Netherlands 6 4 15 4 1 6 6 13 5 2 14 75.0 61.0
  Annalise Murphy   Ireland 1 13 4 7 5 2 17 12 6 7 10 84.0 67.0
  Anne-Marie Rindom   Denmark 5 8 DSQ 38 3 3 1 4 6 22 3 16 109.0 71.0
4 Evi Van Acker   Belgium 2 12 2 29 16 15 11 2 1 5 12 107.0 78.0
5 Tuula Tenkanen   Finland 4 16 RDG 8.6 2 14 3 13 8 2 14 18 102.6 86.6
6 Josefin Olsson   Sweden 17 5 8 17 7 4 3 14 20 10 DPI 6 110.0 90.0
7 Gintarė Scheidt   Lithuania UFD 38 1 9 8 12 5 12 21 4 11 8 128.0 90.0
8 Alison Young   Great Britain 13 17 13 26 6 9 7 10 16 1 2 119.0 93.0
9 Ashley Stoddart   Australia 8 6 17 28 11 11 23 11 7 8 6 135.0 107.0
10 Paige Railey   United States 15 2 10 21 2 7 25 24 25 4 DPI 22 156.0 131.0
11 Lucía Falasca   Argentina 7 11 20 15 20 22 1 15 3 25   138.0 113.0
12 Veronika Fenclová   Czech Republic 11 7 11 16 9 16 8 22 17 19   135.0 113.0
13 Tina Mihelić   Croatia DSQ 38 3 12 10 4 14 DNF 38 5 23 16   162.0 124.0
14 Mária Érdi   Hungary 20 22 1 5 26 20 10 18 9 20   151.0 125.0
15 Nazlı Çağla Dönertaş   Turkey 16 20 7 9 22 10 5 27 12 28   155.0 127.0
16 Brenda Bowskill   Canada 9 30 16 20 10 19 9 20 10 15   157.0 127.0
17 Alicia Cebrián   Spain 27 9 25 12 13 8 27 4 21 12   157.0 130.0
18 Xu Lijia   China 3 DSQ 38 3 1 8 12 DSQ 38 DSQ 38 19 13   173.0 135.0
19 Tatiana Drozdovskaya   Belarus 22 10 6 13 25 17 26 30 13 6   167.0 137.0
20 Manami Doi   Japan 21 14 19 24 24 23 2 1 15 21   163.0 139.0
21 Mathilde de Kerangat   France 23 15 26 14 17 18 14 9 14 22   171.0 146.0
22 Silvia Zennaro   Italy 10 24 24 18 15 21 15 16 28 17   187.0 159.0
23 Tiril Bue   Norway 18 18 14 6 19 24 22 25 18 27   190.0 163.0
24 Fernanda Decnop   Brazil 14 19 21 19 28 26 16 23 8 18   191.0 163.0
25 Dolores Moreira   Uruguay 12 32 23 22 31 28 28 7 11 24   217.0 185.0
26 Elizabeth Yin   Singapore 19 29 27 11 23 25 20 17 UFD 38 23   231.0 193.0
27 Sara Carmo   Portugal 34 31 22 25 18 13 29 29 26 9   235.0 201.0
28 Philipine van Aanholt   Aruba 24 21 18 32 27 27 21 19 24 26   238.0 206.0
29 Stephanie Devaux-Lovell   Saint Lucia 29 25 30 33 30 29 24 3 27 30   259.0 226.0
30 Ines Gmati   Tunisia 28 23 32 23 21 31 19 28 31 34   269.0 235.0
31 Paloma Schmidt   Peru 31 26 29 27 29 30 18 32 30 29   280.0 248.0
32 Kamolwan Chanyim   Thailand 25 27 28 31 32 34 30 31 UFD 38 31   306.0 268.0
33 Nur Shazrin Mohd Latif   Malaysia 26 33 34 30 33 35 31 26 29 33   309.0 274.0
34 Cecilia Wollmann   Bermuda 32 28 33 35 35 33 34 33 32 32   326.0 291.0
35 Teau McKenzie   Cook Islands 30 36 35 37 34 32 33 35 34 35   340.0 303.0
36 Florence Allan   Cayman Islands 35 34 31 36 DNF 38 DNF 38 32 34 33 36   346.0 308.0
37 Imène Cherif-Sahraoui   Algeria 33 35 36 34 DNF 38 DNF 38 35 DNS 38 DNS 38 DNC 38   362.0 324.0

Scoring system: low-point system;
Legend:      – Qualified for medal race(s); DNC – Did not come to the starting area; DNF – Did not finish; DNS – Did not start; DPI – Discretionary penalty imposed; DSQ – Disqualified; RDG – Redress given; UFD – "U" flag disqualification; – Discarded race not counted in the overall result;

Further readingEdit

  • "Digital Library Collection (Official Olympic Reports 1896 - 2008)". Digital Library Collection at la84.org. la84foundation. Retrieved 3 March 2014.
  • "Rio de Janeiro 2016". Olympic.org. International Olympic Committee.

ReferencesEdit