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Laser Europa Cup - Swiss mountains provide the perfect backdrop

by Barbara Murray on 28 Mar 2013
Swiss mountains provide the perfect backdrop - 2013 Laser Europa Cup - Switzerland © fotozambra.it http://www.fotozambra.it/
In a beautiful setting and light winds, Laser sailors from thirteen nations competed in the Swiss leg of the 2013 Laser Europa Cup and Euromasters Series.

A total of five races were sailed with one discard. In the 4.7 fleet Tim Leuenberg (GER), on 16 points won, followed by Paolo Mavricic (CRO) on 23 points and Alexander Ebert (GER) on 26 points in third place. The first girl in the 4.7 fleet was Francesca Bergamo (ITA) who finished with 26 points in fourth place.

Laura Cosentino (ITA) reigned in the Laser Radial fleet ahead of Maximilian Kuester (ITA) and Jon Emmet (GBR).

The podium for the Standard rig consisted of Chris Russel (IRL) who with eight points was the overall winner, Cyrill Knecht (SUI), on 10 points, came in second and third place went to Dominykas Kneizys (LTU).

In the Standard rig for the Masterseries, Martin Klawon (GER) won with Mauro Lentini (SUI) and Enrico Negri (ITA) completing the podium.

The Euromaster Radial title went to Jon Emmet (GBR) followed by Mauro Lentini (SUI) and Enrico Negri (ITA).

Fleet racing - Men - Laser - 50

Position

Crew

Nation

1

Chris Russell

IRL

2

Cyrill Knecht

SUI

3

Dominykas Kneizys

LTU

4

Mantas Pekunas

LTU

5

Giovanni Galle

ITA

6

Marco Ponti

ITA

7

Andreas Kyburz

SUI

8

Martin Klawon

GER

9

Mauro Lentini

SUI

10

Marco Guzzetti

ITA

 

Fleet racing - Women - Laser Radial - 50

Position

Crew

Nation

1

Laura Consentino

ITA

2

Alessandra Moretto WielL

ITA

3

Anja Hamerlitz

CRO

4

Nadine Edinger

GER

5

Caroline Bristulf Nor

SWE

6

Nadine Ultsch

SUI

7

Sabine Ultsch

SUI

8

Annabell Proackat

GER

9

Carli Ochs

SUI

10

Lucie De Morsier

SUI


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