Mundial de Laser radial. Anne-Marie Rindom de Dinamarca campeona. La argentina Lucía Falasca logra la plaza olímpica en dramático final.

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En un final dramático en el que tenía que alcanzar a alguna de las dos españolas que tenia por delante, Lucia Falasca mete un decimo puesto en la ultima regata y sus rivales un 23º Alicia Cibrian y un BFD !!! Martina Reino. Sufrido pero ya esta, Lucia Falasca y el Laser Radial argentino van a Río 2016. ¡ Felicitaciones, y vamos la celeste y blanca !!!!

Fuente info Mundial de Laser Radial

Thursday, November 26, 2015
Dane crowned Laser Radial Women’s World Champion – Anne-Marie Rindom secures title in nail biting finish in Sultanate of Oman

The Laser Radial Women’s World Championship, organised by Oman Sail, concluded today with Anne-Marie Rindom from Denmark securing the overall world championship title.

The 24-year-old Scandinavian representing Horsens Sejlklub in Jutland, managed to stay cool on a somewhat frustrating day dominated by general recalls, and clinch the event from Marit Bouwmeester (NED). They both finished the day on equal points, but two first places in the overall rankings was enough to break the tie in Rindom’s favour.

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RC44 Virgin Gorda. Bronenosec, campeón anual de match race con presencia argentina.

Bronenosec campeon anual modalidad Match race con el trimmer argentino Maciel “cicho” Cichetti a bordo.

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RC44 match racing glory for Bronenosec

Vladimir Liubomirov’s Bronenosec Sailing Team prevailed today at the conclusion of the 2015 RC44 Match Racing Championship held on the idyllic waters of Virgin Gorda’s North Sound in the British Virgin Islands.

Bronenosec Sailing Team started the day with a two-point advantage over Torbjörn Törnqvist’s Artemis Racing in second, and, alongside Igor Lah’s Team CEEREF, was the top scoring boat today. She dropped just one match, in flight five, to Team Aqua. Liubomirov’s team ended the day four points clear of Team Aqua, which ultimately took second in the 2015 Match Racing Championship, one point ahead of Artemis Racing.

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Mundial de Laser radial día 5. Dificil pero aún con chances, Lucía Falasca buscará la plaza olímpica el último día.

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Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Laser Radial Women’s World Championship in Oman braced for epic final – Denmark and Belgium take joint lead with one day to go

Leading the field on equal points with just two races to go are Evi Van Acker (BEL) and Anne-Marie Rindom (DEN). Van Acker with three first places to count however, moves into pole position.

With a 4,6 score today, number 1-ranked Van Acker (30), said she felt she could have done better but her focus now is on the final two races. “It is a pity I guess, but it is what it is and I have to be full on for tomorrow. The forecast is also for some lighter winds so it is likely to be really tricky so I will just have to be really focused.

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AC35. SoftBank Team Japan tendrá su propio AC45S para entrenamiento.

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25 Nov 2015


SoftBank Team Japan will take delivery of their first AC45S in December and according to sailing team manager and tactician Chris Draper, the sailors can’t wait to put the turbocharged race yacht through it’s paces.

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Mundial de Laser radial día 4. Ventoso comienzo para la serie final.

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Fuente info Oman Sail

Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Thrilling start to Laser Radial Women’s World Championship Final Series in Oman – Denmark at top but Netherlands in hot pursuit

The opening races of the Final Series produced the windiest conditions seen so far at the Oman Sail-organised Laser Radial Women’s World Championship. After a tough opening three days on the water, and a day of relaxation enjoying cultural activities on Reserve Day yesterday, competitors were ready for action this morning for the first, final showdown.

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Mundial de 2.4mR Australia. Cincuenta y un barcos presentes con Tomas Saez Raffaelli y Juan Ocampo de Argentina.

Fuente info ISAF

For immediate release: Monday 23 November 2015
Issued on behalf of ISAF

2.4mR Para Worlds fleet set to be most decorated in Paralympic Sailing history

Williamstown, Melbourne, Australia is set to welcome a bumper 2.4mR fleet for the Para World Sailing Championships with 51 boats from 26 nations registered to compete.

The list of sailors making their way to the Royal Yacht Club of Victoria is very much a who’s who of the Paralympic sailing world. Paralympic medals, Para World Sailing Championship honours as well as Open 2.4mR World Championship accolades are among the 51 sailors, making for one of the most decorated Paralympic fleets in history.

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The Transat. Anna-Maria Renken y Miranda Merron, dos mujeres audaces.

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Miranda ​Merron /​ Campagn​e de Fra​nce

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There are only a small group of professional solo sailors in the world prepared to take on the challenge of The Transat.

Among them are two female sailors in the Class40 category, Germany’s Anna-Maria Renken and her boat NIVEA and Britain’s Miranda Merron and her boat Campagne de France.

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Mini Transat 2015. Yuri Firsov cierra el telón de la regata.

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Domingo 22 de noviembre de 2015

Conclusión final

• Yuri Firsov (Magnum 650) clausura las llegadas de la Mini Transat Islas de Guadalupe
• 57 participantes de los 72 que empezaron en Douarnenez
• Entrega de premios el próximo jueves 26 de noviembre

Esta vez si, es el final. Después de la llegada de Yuri Firsov, se cierra el telón de la Mini Transat Islas de Guadalupe. Todavía quedan historias, encuentros, victorias que celebrar, pero la Mini Transat ha llegado a su fin y deja la escena…hasta 2017.

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Trofeo Julio Verne. Idec Sport con el español Alex Pella, inicia la búsqueda del record.

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Alex Pella ha zarpado de madrugada rumbo a hacer historia

El “Idec Sport” cruzó la línea de salida en Ouessant (Francia) a las 02:02:22 UTC, de hoy domingo 22 de noviembre

Domingo, 22 de noviembre 2015.- El navegante oceánico español, Alex Pella, ha zarpado rumbo a hacer historia a bordo del “Idec Sport”. A las 02:02:22 UTC, de hoy domingo, el maxi trimarán de Francis Joyon, cruzó la línea imaginaria entre el faro de Créac´h en la isla de Ouessant y el faro de cabo Lizard en U.K. “Nunca había vivido algo así”, comentaba Alex Pella momentos antes de la salida.

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