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Ottavo Trofeo Sancilio - cerimonia di premiazione a Molfetta

by Cordiali Saluti on 3 Oct 2013
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Si terrà venerdì 4 ottobre, dalle ore 19.30 (Fabrica San Domenico, Via San Domenico) la cerimonia di premiazione dell’ottavo Trofeo Sancilio Challenge. La regata organizzata dal Circolo della Vela di Molfetta , ha visto la partecipazione di oltre 30 imbarcazioni. L’edizione 2013 vede sul primo gradino del podio Marbea di Marcello Bellacicca del Circolo della Vela di Giovinazzo.

La competizione si è corsa in tempo reale e compensato, nella classifica generale al primo posto: il Fetch IV di Scianatico Michele (LNI BARI) che ha tagliato il traguardo alle ore 13h 37m 13s, al secondo posto Jebedee di Antonio Macina (Cn Maestrale) e al terzo posto Marbea di Marcello Bellacicca del Circolo Vela di Giovinazzo. Nella classe j24: il primo classificato è stato Jebedee di Antonio Macina seguito al secondo posto da Marbea di Marcello Bellacicca e L'Emilio di Compagnia del Mare. Nella classe ORC si sono classificate al primo posto Marbea, al secondo e terzo Fetch IV e Soft. Mentre nella classifica generale della veleggiata si sono classificati al primo posto Zucca di Michele Lavermicocca del Cus.Bari, il secondo posto è stato conquistato da Ambrosia di Gaetano Natale della Lega Navale di Foggia mentre al terzo gradino del podio troviamo Momas II di Nicola Summo del Circolo Vela di Molfetta. Nella veleggiata per la categoria A il primo posto è stato conquistato da : KAOS di Giuseppe Tamborra del Circolo Vela di Giovinazzo, per la categoria B ha vinto Biribissò Reloaded di Di Pierro-Mocciacoppola del Circolo Vela di Giovinazzo, per la categoria C al primo posto Edi di Giovanni Tondolo del C.V di Bisceglie, nella categoria D al ha vinto al primo posto Shardana di Francesco Minerva del C.V. di Bisceglie, infine nella categoria D ha vinto Zucca di Michele Lavermicocca del Cus di Bari. Per informazioni contattare il circolo vela di Molfetta info@circolovelamolfetta.it – http://circolovelamolfetta.it

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