Juegos Olímpicos de la Juventud Buenos Aires, día 3. Buen día para los deportistas argentinos.

© Matias Capizzano / World Sailing

© Matias Capizzano / World Sailing

© Matias Capizzano / World Sailing

© Matias Capizzano / World Sailing

© Matias Capizzano / World Sailing

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Argentine sailors shine as the breeze arrives at the Youth Olympic Games

For immediate release: 10/10/2018
Issued on behalf of: World Sailing

Argentinean athletes are coming to the forefront on their home waters as the breeze came to town on the third day of competition at the Youth Olympic Sailing Competition.

Held out of Club Nautico San Isidro, Buenos Aires, Argentina, the venue had the best conditions of the competition so far as all three classes were able to sail a good complement of races. The Techno 293+ managed a slalom race and a fleet race and the Kiteboarding were affected by the postponement of the fourth race at the end of the day.

The Mixed Nacra 15 fleet have now sailed five races overall – four of which took place today – and local favourites Dante Cittadini and Teresa Romairone are top of the leaderboard by three points.

Though Cittadini was satisfied with their day of racing, he acknowledged there was still work to do over the rest of the week.

“It was a difficult day; the wind was gusty and was changing direction, so we had to pay attention,” he said.

“We’re happy as we had good results, but our starts weren’t so good, so we need to improve that.”

Coach Nicolas Aragones believes the team’s meticulous preparation sets them apart during competitions.

“We train from Monday to Friday all year and try to understand how the boat works, to know how to take advantage of it,” he explained.

“We have something magic in this team; the kids are really talented and there are good vibes.”

Yesterday’s early leaders Titouan Petard and Kenza Coutard (FRA) have slipped into second place with 12 points, while Dutch duo Laila van der Meer and Bjarne Bouwer are on 14 points in third.

The Windsurfing class opened proceedings by racing in the slalom single elimination format, where a series of heats are raced in order to rank athletes, who then compete in different finals based on this ranking.

Coming out on top in the Boy’s fleet was Belisario Kopp (ARG) and, although he took a UFD in the final fleet race of the day, he was pleased with his performance in the slalom event.

“I’m very happy to win the slalom, but I had a bad launch in the fleet race,” he said.

“I want to enjoy the rest of the week and give it all the best for myself and for my country.”

Alexandros Kalpogiannakis (GRE) could only finish 13th in the slalom, but another win in the fleet race later in the day means he keeps top spot. Nicolo Renna (ITA) remains second, while Finn Hawkins (GBR) moves into third.

Veerle ten Have (NZL) won the slalom in the Girl’s fleet and Manon Pianazza (FRA) was victorious in the fleet race. The overall placings are unchanged from yesterday, with Giorgia Speciale (ITA) keeping the gold bib.

Elsewhere, both Girl’s and Boy’s Kiteboarding completed three elimination races as the rankings began to shape up.

Deury Corniel (DOM) is demonstrating why he was one of the favourites for gold ahead of the competition with three wins from three so far.

“Today was an amazing day and the conditions were perfect,” he said.

“I’m really happy to be first place in the rankings, but for me it’s not about winning; it’s about the experience and what I can see with my eyes. It’s wonderful to be here.”

Corniel is two points ahead of Cameron Maramenides (USA) and five points ahead of Christian Tio (PHI).

In the Girl’s fleet, Alina Kornelli (GER) won two out of three races to take the current first-place ranking, leading Ona Romani (ARG) and Sofia Tomasoni (ITA) by three points.

Racing continues at 12:00 local time on Wednesday 10th October, with all three classes scheduled to be on the water.

By Liz Owen – World Sailing



Reporte de la FAY


Argentina continúa en la punta en Nacra 15 y hubo más regatas por clase

(San Isidro – martes 9 de octubre de 2018)
Por fin viento sostenido en el comienzo del tercer día de regatas de los Juegos Olímpicos de la Juventud Buenos Aires 2018: a la mañana el sur/sudeste alcanzó los 15 nudos y al mediodía las tres clases pusieron rumbo a sus canchas de regata.

El Nacra 15 comenzó de la mejor manera con un primer puesto, para luego Dante Cittadini y Teresa Romairone completar la jornada con las ubicaciones 4° (descartada) 2° y 4°. De esta forma se ubican primeros en la clasificación general, con 9 unidades, seguidos por los franceses Titouan Petard y Kenza Coutard, con 12 puntos, siendo terceros los holandeses Laila van der Meer y Bjarne Bouwer, con un puntaje de 14.

En Kitesurf femenino Ona Romani finalizó el día segunda en la clasificación general, mientras que en la disciplina masculino Gerónimo Lutteral está quinto. En Windsurf masculino Belisario Kopp ganó la primera regata de hoy, fue descalificado en la siguiente y ocupa el lugar 14° en la general. Por su parte Celina Saubidet es novena luego de los puestos 4° y 10°. En la modalidad slalom ambos tuvieron una performance excelente en sus heats para clasificar a sus respectivas regatas finales del día.

En Techno mujeres y varones continúan haciendo punta, al igual que en las dos primeras jornadas, la italiana Giorgia Speciale y el griego Kalpo

Kalpogiannakis. Mañana el Equipo Argentino Juvenil de Vela, auspiciado por Galicia Éminent, corre más regatas de estos #YOG2018.

Ezequiel del Valle (Mediakit – prensa oficial de la FAY)

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