Campeonato de España de Láser 4.7, resultados finales.


© Pilar Val

© Pilar Val

Fuente info RCNV

Martes, Diciembre 06, 2016
Finn Mullee y Pep Cazador se proclaman campeones de España de Láser 4.7 sub18 y sub16

- La sevillana Ana Moncada ha sido la campeona femenina
- Hoy se han celebrado las dos únicas pruebas de la ronda final en el Real Club Náutico de Valencia
- La meteorología no permitió celebrar ninguna manga ayer lunes

El Campeonato de España de Láser 4.7 ha finalizado esta tarde en aguas del Real Club Náutico de Valencia, tras cuatro jornadas de competición marcadas por una complicada meteorología que solo ha permitido disputar un total de 7 pruebas. Tras las dos únicas pruebas de la ronda final que se han celebrado hoy, el murciano Finn Mulle se ha proclamado campeón sub18 y el mallorquín Pep Cazador vencedor sub16. La campeona de España femenina en ambas categorías ha sido la sevillana Ana Moncada.

El Campeonato de España de Láser 4.7 reunía desde el pasado día 1 de diciembre a 154 de los mejores regatistas del territorio nacional, una cifra récord de participación para esta regata, que es selectiva para el Equipo Nacional 2017 de la Clase Internacional Láser sub 18 y sub16.

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Campeonato Argentino de 29er para los hermanos German y Cristobal Billoch. “Hijos de tigre”.


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copyright Andrea Mattulich

Felicitaciones a Tato y Tobal, compañeros de aventura este 2016 en la campaña del Delphis y Chispezza. Me alegro mucho por ellos y también por su padre Martín, que tanto los apoya. Abrazo grande, y a disfrutar.

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Star Sailors League finals, Bahamas. Mark Mendelblatt y Brian Fatih ganan y se llevan los 200.000 U$D.



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SSL Finals 2016
November 28th – December 4th
Nassau, Bahamas

MENDELBLATT & FATIH VICTORIOUS IN NASSAU

Mark Mendelblatt & Brian Fatih (USA) have won the SSL Finals 2016 and a lion share of the $200,000 Prize Purse. In a dramatic final day, the American pair came with a whisker of being eliminated in the Semi Final and a highly competitive final race, saw three different teams take the lead in an epic display of sensational racing in the tactically challenging Montagu Bay, Nassau, Bahamas.

10 teams contested the SSL Finals 2016, in the Star Sailors League Knock-out format. The trade winds were back in the bay with 12 knots of breeze pumping up at times and shifting both left and right on the short race track.

Quarter Final – Eight teams, one race, with the bottom three eliminated.

Croatians, Fantela & Arapovic, struggled in the bigger breeze and were eliminated, along with their countrymen; Stipanovic & Sitic. The Danish/Northern Ireland combo of Høgh-Christensen & Milne, battled hard to make the cut but lost out by one boat length to Polgar & Koy (GER).

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Star Sailors League finals, Bahamas. Mark Mendleblatt y Brian Fatih son los nuevos líderes.



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SSL Finals 2016
November 28th – December 4th
Nassau, Bahamas

HOTTING UP AT THE SSL FINALS

Three light airs races were held for the penultimate day of the Qualifying Rounds in Montagu Bay Nassau. Getting a good start and having the boat speed to hold a lane was paramount today. The quality of the fleet is such that the vast majority of the international teams arrive at the first mark together. The top mark was like a messy crime scene on numerous occasions. With qualifying races running out, the scramble for room at the top mark is epic.

Mark Mendleblatt & Brian Fatih (USA) stayed out of trouble today, racing fast and clean, to post a 4-5-1, taking the lead in the Qualifying Rounds. Diego Negri & Sergio Lambertenghi (ITA) started the day on the back foot, scoring a lowly 19th. However the Italians came back posting two podium finish to retain second place. Robert Scheidt & Henry Boening (BRA) led the regatta this morning, but could not repeat their outstanding performance yesterday, scoring a lowly 16-11, but came back with a fifth in the last race, claiming third in the ranking.

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Star Sailors League finals, Bahamas. Buen debut para el argentino Facundo Olezza (dupla con el portugues Melo).


Facundo Olezza y el portugués Federico Melo en Bahamas.

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SSL Finals 2016
November 28th – December 4th
Nassau, Bahamas

BATTLE COMMENCES AT SSL FINALS 2016

The 4th edition of the Star Sailors League Finals kicked off in earnest today with two qualifying races. The early exchanges confirmed the amazing quality and depth in the fleet, which contains no less than 16 Olympic medallist among the skippers alone. The trade winds have been consistently blowing for days before the regatta and the sea state was a significant factor, especially as the racecourse was at the very top of Montagu Bay. Squall activity affected both the wind speed and direction, with the breeze ranging from 10 to 20 knots and oscillating 30 degrees.

After two races, Italians Diego Negro & Sergio Lambertenghi showed consistency and speed to lead the Qualifying Rounds by a single point without winning a race. Americans Mark Mendelblatt & Brian Fatih finished a solid second and Brazilians Robert Scheidt & Henry Boening, finished the day in third.

Diego Negri:
“It was a great day, not an easy first one though, lots of wind changes and waves. We had a good start on the first race, we were on the left, fought among the top five at the top mark and finished third. For the second race the wind increased a little bit, we decided to start more in the middle of the fleet and we were leeward to the fleet, got a big righty and it looked good, we had a nice fight and with a great downwind leg we finished second.”

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Campeonato argentino de J-24 para Carrera.

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“Carrera” campeón Argentino de J24 2016

La tripulación compuesta por Matías Pereira, Juan Ignacio Pereyra, Guillermo y Roberto Bellinotto y Federico Ambrus retuvieron el campeonato Argentino de J24 en la edición 2016 organizada por el Club Universitario de Buenos Aires (CUBA).
Siguen en racha dado que son los reinantes campeones Panamericanos y en su haber cuentan con otros campeonatos Argentinos y Sudamericanos.
El campeonato se llevó a cabo entre los días 26, 27 y 28 de noviembre en aguas de Nuñez y con 14 veleros inscriptos. Se contó con participación de las flotas de Córdoba y Mendoza.

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RC44 Valletta para Team Aqua y trofeo anual para Team Ceeref.


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Team Aqua by a point; Team CEEREF by a point

Again a RC44 season has concluded with impossibly close results: Chris Bake’s Team Aqua today won the RC44 Valletta Cup by a point from Igor Lah’s Team CEEREF, but with a two point advantage going into this final event, Team CEEREF claimed the overall RC44 Fleet Racing Championship title for 2016 by a point from Team Aqua.

The final day of the RC44 Valletta Cup brought sun, but the wind off Malta never filled in sufficiently to allow the final races to be sailed, despite the 10 boat fleet venturing out on to the water. As a result Saturday’s positions stand.

“This is a great event,” said the RC44 Valletta Cup’s victor, Chris Bake. “Conditions were tough, but we did really well and Friday obviously was a huge day.” On day two of fleet racing, Team Aqua won three out of three races. “Yesterday was challenging and today unfortunately there was no wind,” he continued.

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Nuevo campeonato del mundo en Raceboard para Iván Pastor.


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IVÁN PASTOR, NUEVO CAMPEÓN DEL MUNDO DE RACEBOARD.

El deportista Movistar ha ganado hoy en Australia su octavo título mundial de Raceboard y el noveno de su carrera deportiva

Brisbane (Australia), 25 de noviembre de 2016

“Acabar el año siendo campeón del mundo es una alegría”. No hay mejor forma de definir cómo se siente el deportista Movistar Iván Pastor después de proclamarse, hoy viernes en Brisbane (Australia), campeón del mundo de Raceboard.

“Al final te quedas con los puntitos que pierdes durante los JJ.OO., quedarte a un punto del diploma… Luego te llevas campeonatos como éste que te dan alegrías y compensan todo lo demás. Esto me sirve también como preparación para ver si hago una buena final de la Copa del Mundo [Sailing World Cup] y ver si puedo terminarla como toca”, añadía el alicantino antes de comenzar la entrega de premios que se celebraba en el Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron.

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