19 Dec '11, 2am

#olympics Scott Sydney cracks Olympic qualification - TODAYonline

SINGAPORE - A second berth has been secured for Singapore at next year's Olympic Games sailing regatta. Yesterday, national sailor Scott Glen Sydney (picture) clinched one of the 11 places available in the silver fleet of the men's Laser Standard class at the 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships in Perth, which ends today. The men's Laser Standard were split into a 73-strong gold fleet and 74-strong silver fleet after five races, and 35 places were available overall for the 2012 London Olympics. Scott, 20, finished the final two races 9 and 10 in seventh and 34th place, respectively, to steer Singapore to 31st place out of 35 and clinch a spot at the 2012 Games. There are 24 Olympics places up for grabs in the gold fleet, where Australia's Tom Slingsby leads going into today's medal race. Speaking to Today over the phone from Perth last night, Scott, a first year advanced...

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