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Foiling Week - Italian Moth Championship - Final results

by Ian McKnight on 9 Jul 2014
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Josh McKnight, winner of the Moth Worlds in 2012 has started his campaign for the 2014 Moth worlds with a win at the Italian Open Moth Nationals in Lake Garda, Italy with seven bullets out of nine races. This regatta opened The Foiling Week at Lake Garda and attracted competitors from around the world including the current US Nationals winner Anthony Kotoun.

The conditions were breezy (up to 30 knots on day one) which suited Josh. However, this took the toll on the boats with Rob Gough, also from Australia having gear breakage on Day three. Foiling week includes presentations on foiling across the many classes. Josh is now heading to Hayling Island in the UK for the Moth Worlds which starts on 16th July. The Worlds has attracted a fleet of over 130 boats with entries from Olympic medalists and America’s Cup sailors including 2011 Moth world Champion Nathan Outteridge.



Three races were sailed on the last day of the Italian Moth Championship, all three won by Josh McKnight AUS, who is the stellar winner of the competition ahead of Anthony Kotoun ISV and Ben Patton GBR. The oceanic racer Sébastien Col FRA finished the event on rank 23 among the 33 participants.

On Tuesday, the Lake Garda Foiling-Week continues with test and trial heats for the multihulls and kites, while the Moths will be competing in an Invitational Race.

 Complete Results:

No Numero Nome Punti 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 AUS 4142 Mac Knight Josh, Maschio, RPAYC 7,0 1 1 (4) 1 1 (2) 1 1 1
2 ISV 4022 Kotoun Anthony, Maschio, Sail Newport 20,0 2 2 2 6 2 4 (dns) (11) 2
3 GBR 4 Paton Ben, Maschio, YC Lymington 27,0 6 3 5 3 4 3 3 (dns) (dns)
4 GBR 4038 Offer Tom, Maschio, Rock SC 30,0 5 (8) 3 4 6 5 5 2 (dns)
5 AUS 6 Gough Rob, Maschio, RYCT 36,0 3 4 1 2 3 1 (dns) (dns) 22
6 ITA 4093 Rizzi Stefano, Maschio, SVOC 41,0 7 5 6 5 5 (11) (12) 7 6
7 SUI 4112 Rast Chritopher, Maschio, TYC/RCO/MBYC 42,0 (19) 6 7 (12) 9 10 2 3 5
8 GBR 3985 Hiscocks Simon, Maschio, WPNSA 43,0 8 7 8 (ocs) 7 (13) 6 4 3
9 AUS 3900 Mc Dougall Andrew, Maschio, Black Rock YL 45,0 4 9 (dns) 10 (14) 6 4 8 4
10 ITA 4108 Stuffer Harald, Maschio, AVLC 64,0 10 (15) 14 9 10 (16) 7 6 8
11 ITA 4092 De Paoli Carlo, Maschio, CV TORBOLE 69,0 14 (18) 11 (17) 11 12 9 5 7
12 ITA 3855 Mazzetti Fabio, Maschio, CV ARCO 74,0 12 11 9 8 (13) (15) 13 10 11
13 SUI 3626 Reneker Matthias, Maschio, RCO 79,0 13 14 (17) (16) 12 9 10 9 12
14 ITA 4030 Lanulfi Marco, Maschio, YC Acquafresca 86,0 11 (dns) (dns) 7 15 8 15 16 14
15 SUI 4032 De Siebenthal Jean Pierre, Maschio, SN GENEVE 97,0 15 (24) (20) 19 19 7 14 14 9
16 ITA 3901 Stuffer Peter, Maschio, AVLC 99,0 16 20 (21) (21) 16 14 8 12 13
17 ITA 41 Ferrighi Stefano, Maschio, FV Riva 100,0 9 (dns) (dns) 13 8 dns 11 13 10
18 FRA 3879 Blanc Pierre, Maschio, C. VAR MER 111,0 17 12 13 18 (20) 17 16 (21) 18
19 GER 3389 Huber Thomas, Maschio, SVBb 122,0 (27) 17 10 15 22 (dns) 18 25 15
20 ITA 4027 Ziliani Mario, Maschio, ANS 126,0 21 16 (22) (23) 17 22 19 15 16
21 SUI 3858 Schneiter Sebastian, Maschio, SNG 127,0 (25) (25) 12 20 18 18 17 17 25
22 ITA 3912 Dubbini Leonardo, Maschio, SC GARDA SALO' 129,0 18 10 (26) 11 26 20 (dns) 20 24
23 ITA 3887 Gritti Matteo, Maschio, AVAS 134,0 22 13 (24) (24) 21 19 21 19 19
24 GER 3843 Maege Carlo, Maschio 151,0 24 19 15 14 25 25 (dns) 29 (dns)
25 FRA 11 Col Sebastian, Maschio, YCPR 151,0 (26) 23 16 (26) 24 26 23 18 21
26 FRA 3875 Marie Benoit, Maschio, SNO NANTES 151,0 20 28 19 22 (dns) (dns) 22 23 17
27 SUI 3836 Petrino Adriano, Maschio, CVLL 160,0 23 21 25 (dns) 23 24 24 (dns) 20
28 ITA 3949 Monzini Michele, Maschio, CFV Skiffsailing Dongo 164,0 (31) 22 18 (27) 27 21 25 24 27
29 AUT 3435 Sch?nleitner Michael, Maschio, UYCAs 167,0 (28) 26 (dns) 25 28 23 20 22 23
30 AUT 3219 Stelzl Maximilian, Maschio, UYCAs 184,0 (32) 27 23 28 (30) 27 26 27 26
31 GER 3986 Thias Michael, Maschio, WSGR 201,0 30 (dnf) (dns) 30 31 28 28 26 28
32 ITA 3392 Rizzotti Luca, Maschio, Skiffsailing 221,0 29 29 (dns) (dns) dns dns 27 28 dns
33 ITA 855 Conti Davide Lupo, Maschio, Skiff Sailing 231,0 (dns) (dns) dns 29 29 29 dns dns dns
34 ITA 4138 Ferrighi Gian Maria, Maschio, FV Riva 252,0 (dnf) (dns) dns dns dns dns dns dns dns
34 GER 398 Gimpl Klaus, ?, SC Altensee 252,0 (dns) (dns) dns dns dns dns dns dns dns
  
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