Campeonato San Isidro Labrador 2018, reporte final y resultados completos.


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SAN ISIDRO: BRILLANTE CIERRE DEL SIL 2018 CON MÁS DE 600 COMPETIDORES

Finalizó en San Isidro una nueva edición del Campeonato San Isidro Labrador 2018, con más de 500 barcos y 600 participantes del interior y exterior del país.

(San Isidro 16 de Abril del 2018). En el Club Náutico de San Isidro, finalizó la Edición 2018 del Campeonato San Isidro Labrador, con más de 500 barcos inscriptos, más de 600 participantes que compitieron los días 7-8-14 y 15 de Abril sobre el estuario del Río de la Plata.

El SIL 2018 es uno de los cuatro eventos más importantes del calendario anual del Yachting Argentino, que tuvo la participación de las clases optimist principiantes, optimist timoneles, laser radial, laser standard, laser 4.7, cadet, 2.4m, finn, soling, lightning, grumete, 29er, J70, clase A, snipe y F18.

Previo a las regatas, Pedro del YCA nos comentó “este es mi primer campeonato y ya hace tres años que navego en optimist. Mi objetivo es terminar las regatas y si es posible con mucho viento”.
Mientras tanto a su lado, Agustín del CPNLB que estaba ajustando su barco nos dice “estoy muy ansioso de que me vaya bien en la largada”.

El primer fin de semana del campeonato no fue el ideal para las regatas, el sábado 7 de Abril las condiciones de lluvia y escaso de viento, hizo imposible que se iniciara el campeonato. Toda la flota estaba en sus respectivas canchas con expectativas de cambio, pero no sucedió, todos a tierra a esperar mejores condiciones al día siguiente.

Llegó el domingo 8 de Abril con un pronóstico incierto, se preveían lluvias, algo de viento pero con riesgo de tormentas eléctricas. Intentando ganarle al clima se dio la orden todos al agua!, para intentar aunque sea correr una regata. Y se corrió, pero ya se veía venir condiciones adversas y riesgosas, por lo cual la organización tomó la decisión acertada de volver todos a tierra primando la seguridad de los competidores.

Luego de la regata dialogamos con Stéfano de Pocito-Uruguay, quien representó a la escuela Nautilus y al YCU, quien nos manifestó “luego de no pasarla bien ayer por el poco viento, hoy si pudimos correr una regata. Acá se navega diferente, a pesar de las condiciones similares el Rio de la Plata, acá tienen diferente ola”.

Ahora, el fin de semana del 14 y 15 de Abril, fue la revancha esperada. Muy buenas condiciones para disfrutar y competir, buenos vientos, excelente temperatura, soleado y la flota con toda la alegría de haber podido recuperar regatas perdidas. Se corrieron entre 3 y 5 regatas por cada clase.

Felices se las vio al finalizar a las hermanas Sofía y Clara Videla, recientes Campeonas Sudamericanas de la clase 29er, que defendieron el título femenino quedándose con el triunfo en el SIL 2018.

Ya en tierra y más distendido hablamos con el Vicecomodoro del Club Náutico San Isidro, Alejandro Paats, quien no comentó “feliz porque salió todo bien, hubo buen viento, los muy chicos contentos en el agua, eso es muy importante para nosotros, trabajamos muy fuerte en seguridad tanto en tierra como en el agua, ya que teníamos casi 500 barcos corriendo, más de 600 participantes y se hacía complicada la vuelta. Consultando sobre los próximos Juegos Olímpicos de la Juventud 2018, donde San Isidro y el CNSI serán Subsede del Yachting explicó “en octubre el Club Náutico San Isidro junto al COI hará una gran obra en la punta sur para la competencia de Windsurfer, Kiteboarding y Nacra 15 donde al finalizar quedaremos en la historia de los Juegos de la Juventud.

Para finalizar dialogamos con el Comodoro del Club Náutico San Isidro, Francisco José González Mazza que con una gran sonrisa en su rostro enfatizó “fantástico cierre, impresionante. Luego del mal fin de semana anterior, en este nos desquitamos. Tuvimos una gran concurrencia y desde el principio nuestro objetivo fue que se sientan felices en navegar en buenas condiciones. Tuvimos un gran sistema de la seguridad y un excelente equipo trabajo del club y del yachting.
Consultando sobre su parecer de este gran deporte nos comentó “El yachting consiste en amar el rio, el agua, que te guste lo que estás haciendo para pasarla bien, disfrutar el viento, la temperatura, mojarte con las olas y aprender”.

Un tema muy importante fue el recibimiento de los competidores de interior, donde junto a clubes amigos como el Club de Veleros San Isidro, se les pudo dar alojamiento y todo el apoyo necesario para una feliz estadía, comentó para cerrar González Mazza.

Pasadas las 17hs del domingo en los jardines del club, frente al edificio central, se desarrolló la premiación del campeonato con la presencia del Presidente del CNSI Sr. Alejandro Guyot, el Comodoro del CNSI Sr. Francisco José González Mazza, el Vicecomodoro del CNSI Sr. Alejandro Paats, el Chairman del SIL 2018 Sr. Ignacio Ramayón, el Vicechairman Micaela Aubone, el Subsecretaro de Deportes de la Municipalidad de San Isidro, Mario Scuderi, el Jefe de la PNA de San Isidro, Prefecto Principal Roberto Ceparo y Comodros de clubes amigos.

La organización del Campeonato San isidro Labrador 2018 felicita a todos los participantes y agradece el apoyo de los sponsors Galicia Éminent, Parrado Yacht Insurance y Seguros SURA.

RESULTADOS DEL SIL 2018

Optimist Timoneles
Maxi Videla YCA
Tadeo Funes de Rioja YCA
Juan Albamonte Olcese

Optimist principiantes
Franco Cazamajou CVB
Juana Escalante CNMP
Agostina Marelli Raffo CNMP

Laser radial
Cardozo Luciana YCO
Alvarez Gallesio Pedro YCA
Tincho Gwozdz CNAs

Laser 4.7
Manuela Rodriguez YCR
Malena Sciarra CNSP
Catalina Lago CNSI

Laser estándar
M. Dietrich YCR
M. Kyburg CNSI
A. Cloos YCO

2.4m Vela Adaptada
Tomas Saez Raffaelli CVSI
Matias Paillot CNSI
Hugo Velazquez CRLP

Cadet
Julian Finsterbusch & Matias Finsterbusch CVSI
Teo Zecchin & Ana Zecchin CVSI
Franco Diaz Tamayo & MartÍn Diaz Tamayo YCA

Lightning
Patricio del Campo, Fernando Muro de Nadal & Mariano Piñero CNSI
Nicolas Cloos, Maria Zarama & JoaquÍn Busquet YCO
Eduardo Weisbek, Nelida Castro & Cesar Espigares Moreno CNSI

Grumete
AgustÍn Bianchi, Andreas Keller Sarmiento & Alejandro Sinland YCA-CNSI
Carlos Maffei, Horacio Maffei & Jorge Maffe CPNLBi
Hernan MuÑoz, Martin Costa & Federico Brufal YCA – CPNLB

F18
Agustin Krevisky & Tigre Benitez CNP- YCA
Pablo Volker & Sergio Mehl Aguila
Cruz Gonzalez Smith & Mariano Heuser YCA

Finn
Fernando Saux YCCN
Martin Nash YCCN
Juan Fernandez Bell Fano

Soling
Gustavo Warburg, Hernan Celedoni & Tomas Roldan CNSI
Carlos Maffei, Juan Ravazzi & Diego Bermudez CPNLB
Diego Cappagli, Santiago Cappagli & Pablo Nocetti CNSI

29er
C. Videla & S. Videla YCA
J. Radovitzky & F. Radovitzky YCU
N. Hermida & M. Kralj YCA

Clase A
Sergio Mehl – Aguila
Gabriel Berberian CUBA
Nicolas Petre – Aguila

Snipe
A. Amato & C. Alvarez CNO
E. Santambrogio & A. Pis YCA-YCO
N. Verdier & D. Cardozo YCO

J70
Francisco Van Avermaete YCA
Halpern SebastiÁn CNSI
Alejandro Yrigoyen YCA

Todos los resultados en: https://www.sanisidrolabrador.org.ar/resultados

2018 Western Hemisphere Championship, triunfo para Lars Grael y Samuel Goncalves.


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LARS GRAEL AND SAMUEL GONCALVES ARE THE WINNERS OF THE 2018 STAR WESTERN HEMISPHERE CHAMPIONSHIP

PAUL CAYARD AND TUTU LOPES FINISHED SECOND
JORGE ZARIF WITH GUILHERME DE ALMEIDA THIRD

What a finish for the 2018 Western Hemisphere Championship! On this last day, everybody feared there may be no racing due to predicted weather conditions, but the thunderstorms arrived later in the evening and the morning was just perfect for racing, with winds from south – south east with great velocity.

Two races were sailed today, just like every other day of the week, but today the big battle was between Lars Grael /Samuel Goncalves (BRA) and Paul Cayard / Arthur ‘Tutu’ Lopes (USA/BRA): only five points separated the teams last night, both had a chance to win the championship.

They were fighting for positions on the racecourse and finished in second and third in the first race and in fifth and second in the second. Brazilian Finn sailor Jorge Zarif with Guilherme De Almeida were on fire today, winning both races.

Paul Cayard and Tutu Lopes were fast enough to cut the margin down to only three points, but could not match the consistency of Lars Grael and Samuel Goncalves in this regatta.

Third on the podium are Jorge Zarif with Guilherme De Almeida, making Cayard the only non-Brazilian among the top six sailors.

“It was a tough competition with Paul, and in strong winds – declares an enthusiast Lars Grael after the price giving ceremony – we are glad of the result! It’s the seventh Silver Star event win in my life, and the second Western Hemisphere, the first one was in 2014. Yesterday we changed the mast and chose one more suitable for strong winds and it proved a very good choice especially downwind.”

Lars Grael is also the winner in the Master category, followed by Paul Cayard second and John MacCausland in third position.

Augie Diaz / Bruno Prada (USA/BRA), fourth overall, are the winners of the Grand Master, John Dane III / Tim Ray (USA) are second and Peter Vessella / Phil Trinter (USA) third.

In the Exalted Grand Master, the winners are Larry Whipple / Antonio Tsoras (USA), with Ingvar Krook / Christoffer Lundgren (SWE) are second and Bob Teitge / Thad Brej (USA) third.

The next Silver Star event scheduled for 2018 is the Eastern Hemisphere Championship, in Trieste in two weeks’ time.

Official event website https://2018whc.starchampionships.org/

ISCYRA official website https://starclass.org

ISCYRA facebook https://www.facebook.com/ISCYRA

Maxi Banque Populaire IX tumba frente a Marruecos, rescatan a Armel Le Cléac’h y los otros tres tripulantes.


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LE MAXI BANQUE POPULAIRE IX A CHAVIRÉ CETTE NUIT AU LARGE DU MAROC, L’ÉQUIPAGE EST EN SÉCURITÉ

Le Maxi Banque Populaire IX a chaviré cette nuit aux alentours de 3h du matin alors qu’il naviguait au large des côtes marocaines.
Le Maxi Banque Populaire IX a chaviré cette nuit aux alentours de 3h du matin alors qu’il naviguait au large des côtes marocaines.
L’équipage composé d’Armel Le Cléac’h et de Pierre-Emmanuel Hérissé accompagnés d’un caméraman, est en sécurité à l’intérieur du bateau. Ils ont pu déclencher la balise de détresse et contacter le team technique à terre. Un bateau est d’ores et déjà en chemin pour rejoindre le trimaran et son équipage dans les prochaines heures.
Parti de Lorient mardi, le bateau prenait la route de la Méditerranée pour y disputer dans quelques jours la Nice UltiMed.

Europeo de 49er, 49erFX y Nacra 17 a realizarse en Gdynia, Polonia.


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Klaus y Yago Lange, recientes ganadores en Mallorca en clase 49er.

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2018 49er, 49erFX, and Nacra 17 European Championships Awarded to Gdynia, Poland

The 49er and Nacra 17 Classes are excited to announce Gdynia, Poland as the venue for the 2018 European Championship. Up to 400 of the world’s best sailors will compete in Gdynia for the title of European Champion ahead of the 2018 World Championships in Aarhus, Denmark.

The event will be held at the Marina Gdynia from July 8-13, 2018. This is the second time the 49er Class has been hosted by Gdynia for the European Championship and the first time for the Nacra 17 Class.

Defending 49er Class European Champion, Dylan Fletcher, said “It’s really exciting to defend our European title for the first time, and we hope to be able to hold off the rest of the pack. Having been to Gdynia for the 2010 Europeans, I remember it as a great venue with many spectators and beach goers watching the racing. The setup is unique, with racing being conducted very close to shore and in full view of all the interested tourists, but also with a world class sailing facility to host us.”

Gdynia, Poland is also hosting the Laser 4.7 World Championships at the same time. Tomasz Chamera, President of the Polish Yachting Association, believes “this is a wonderful opportunity to showcase some of the best Olympic level sailing in front of some of the top youth sailors,” he said. “We have run many events in Gdynia over the years and we expect this to be a fantastic mix of youth and elite level sailing”. Together with our partners Ministry of Sport and Tourism, Municipality of Gdynia and Volvo Car Poland we have created unique sailing festival Volvo Gdynia Sailing Days of which 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 European Championship will be the most prestigious event.”

“I think it will be a busy time on the water with so much racing all at once. The venue is great for logistics, with the airport close and a huge beach so there is room enough for all. It’s been eight years now since we last got to race against all of our Olympic friends in home waters, so we are happy to have them coming back here,” said perennial 49er contender Lukasz Przybytek.

“These Classes represent the best mix of sailing, and sailing at its best. We have seen our champions move on to the upper echelons of professional sailing at all the World’s major sailing events, and these European Championships are the training ground for that greatness. We are excited for what will be an excellent event and, with the star power of the sailors it is sure to be followed by sailing fans around the world,” said Classes President, Marcus Spillane. “With the Aarhus World Championships right around the corner, in both time and geography, this championship should be very popular with sailors and fans around the world.”

For more information, please contact Polish Yachting Association Events Manager Kajetan Dzik on k.dzik@pya.org.pl or classes manager, Ben Remocker, at 9erinc@49er.org

The Event Websites are:
49er and 49erFX: http://49er.org/event/2018-european-championship/
Nacra 17: http://nacra17.org/events/2018-european-championship/

World Cup Series. Génova se suma en 2019 y 2020 al circuito anual de clases olímpicas.


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World Cup Series adds Italy, with Genoa hosting in 2019 and 2020
For immediate release: 04/11/2018
Issued on behalf of: World Sailing

Sailing’s World Cup Series, the annual circuit for Olympic sailing and Para World Sailing, will touch down in Genoa, Italy in 2019 and 2020 for the European stopover.

Organised by World Sailing in collaboration with the Federazione Italiana Vela and Yacht Club Italiano, the Fiera di Genova will host sailors in Spring 2019 and 2020. Set against a dramatic coastline, with racing areas perfectly positioned in front of Genoa’s seafront.

The 2019 Series will start at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic venue in Enoshima, Japan this September, before heading to Miami, USA in January. Genoa will be the final opportunity for sailors’ to qualify outright for the World Cup Finals, which will be held in Marseille, France, the venue for the Paris 2024 Olympic Sailing Competition.

Enoshima will also host the first event of the 2020 series in the autumn of 2019, with Miami following early in the New Year. Genoa will be one of the last big European Olympic class events before sailors’ head back to Enoshima for the 2020 World Cup Final; which will swiftly be followed by the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Sailing Competition.

The World Cup Series is the definitive guide to the best-of-the-best in Olympic sailing; with the clear objective to showcase and develop Olympic sailing. Close racing will be creating sporting heroes and engaging sports fans, as well as attracting sponsors and broadcasters.

The World Cup Series is a key touchpoint for fans and media to connect to the sport of sailing and develop support for athletes on their road to Tokyo 2020 and beyond. Over 2,000 of the world’s leading sailors, representing 75 nations, have competed in the World Cup Series since its inception in 2008.

“Genoa is a perfect fit for a World Cup venue,” commented World Sailing President Kim Andersen. “Excellent springtime sailing conditions and a world-class venue in a beautiful touristic city will ensure the competition lives long in the memory of the competitors, visitors, and an engaged local community.

“This is the first time Italy has hosted a World Cup Series event and we are delighted to be working with the Federazione Italiana Vela and Yacht Club Italiano to ensure the event is a success.”

Riccardo Simoneschi, Sport Director at the Yacht Club Italiano said, “I am delighted that World Sailing has selected to host a World Cup Series event at the Yacht Club in Genoa, my hometown.

“This has been made possible thanks to the foresight of the FIV President, Francesco Ettorre and the Yacht Club Italiano President, Nicolò Reggio with cooperation from the City of Genoa.

“We are excited to about hosting some of the world’s finest competitors on our home waters, where Italian Olympic sailing has thrived in the recent past.”