Foiling Week - Moth Class Italian Open Championship Day 2

The Foiling Week 2014
Martina Orsini
For the Foiling Week 2014 a spectacular sunny day highlighted the colors of Lake Garda and a timely Ora wind guaranteed three races of the Moth Class Italian Open Championship 2014.

A perfect Ora – the typical afternoon breeze – around 15 knots, without the excesses of the first day (28 knots of wind with gusts over 30), allowed the 34 mothies to race in the best of conditions.

Opening ceremony - PA Consulting Allen RS Feva World Championships
© Eventstream Media

This 'small world championship' - so called for the number of sailors who came from eight different countries - has at the top of the rankings three remarkable names: the two Australians sailors Josh McKnight (1-1-4-1-1-2), moth world champion in 2012, and Rob Gough (3-4-1-2-3-1), always in the top ten world ranking list, and the Virgin Islands's sailor Anthony Kotoun (2-2-2 -6-2-4), who won the American title this year.

Liu Xue (Black) shows us the not-so-glamourous side of sailing as the skin peels off his palms. The team hit the Sri Lanka wind shadow and panic sets in as Charles describes the decision to cut the corner as a 'silly, stupid mistake.' - Volvo Ocean Race 2014-14 - Leg three - Dongfeng Race Team.
© Sam Greenfield / Volvo Ocean Race

At the moment, the first italian sailor is the well-known Stefano Rizzi (7-5-6-5-5-11), who can count victories in the Melges 24 class, America's Cup, ocean races and more. In the provisional ranking list, he is the sixth, followed by Fabio Mazzetti (12-11-9-8-13-15) in tenth and by Harald Stuffer (10-15-14-9-10-16) in eleventh.

At the end of the races, when the mothies were coming back to the land, a GC32 closed a perfectly beautiful day, sailing in front of the Circolo Vela Torbole.

moth03 MartinaOrsini hres - The Foiling Week 2014
Martina Orsini

Moth National Open results after 6 races

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4   Moth National Open results after six races
Pos.Sail nr.Name, ClubPointsRace 1 Race 2Race 3Race 4Race 5Race 6
1AUS 4142Mac Knight Josh, RPAYC611-4112
2AUS 6Gough Rob, RYCT103-41231
3ISV 4022Kotoun Anthony, Maschio, Sail Newport12222-624
4GBR 4Paton Ben, YC Lymington18-635343
5GBR 4038Offer Tom, Rock SC235-83465
6ITA 4093Rizzi Stefano, SVOC2875655-11
7AUS 3900Mc Dougall Andrew, Black Rock YL4349(dns)10146
8GBR 3985Hiscocks Simon, WPNSA43878(ocs)713
9SUI 4112Rast Chritopher, TYC/RCO/MBYC44-196712910
10ITA 3855Mazzetti Fabio, CV ARCO5312119813-15
11ITA 4108Stuffer Harald, AVLC58101514910-16
12SUI 3626Reneker Matthias, RCO641314-1716129
13ITA 4092De Paoli Carlo, CV TORBOLE6514-1811171112
14ITA 4030Lanulfi Marco, YC Acquafresca7711(dns)dns7158
15FRA 3879Blanc Pierre, C. VAR MER7717121318-2017
16SUI 4032De Siebenthal Jean Pierre, SN GENEVE8015-242019197
17ITA 3912Dubbini Leonardo, SC GARDA SALO'851810-26112620
18ITA 3901Stuffer Peter, AVLC871620-21211614
19GER 3389Huber Thomas, SVBb912717101522(dns)
20SUI 3858Schneiter Sebastian, SNG93-252512201818
21GER 3843Maege Carlo9724191514-2525
22ITA 4027Ziliani Mario, ANS98211622-231722
23ITA 3887Gritti Matteo, AVAS992213-24242119
24ITA 41Ferrighi Stefano, FV Riva1029(dns)dns138dns
25FRA 11Col Sebastian, YCPR115-262316262426
26ITA 3949Monzini Michele, CFV Skiffsailing Dongo115-312218272721
27SUI 3836Petrino Adriano, CVLL116232125(dns)2324
28FRA 3875Marie Benoit, SNO NANTES12520281922(dns)dns
29AUT 3435Schoenleitner Michael, UYCAs1302826(dns)252823
30AUT 3219Stelzl Maximilian, UYCAs135-322723283027
31GER 3986Thias Michael, WSGR15530(dnf)dns303128
32ITA 855Conti Davide Lupo, Skiff Sailing159(dns)dnsdns292929
33ITA 3392Rizzotti Luca, Skiffsailing1662929(dns)dnsdnsdns
34ITA 4138Ferrighi Gian Maria, FV Riva180(dnf)dnsdnsdnsdnsdns
34GER 398Gimpl Klaus, SC Altensee180(dns)dnsdnsdnsdnsdns
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