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Laser Europa Cup 2013 - Dominance on Lake Garda

by Europa Cup Malcesine 2013 on 20 Mar 2013
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Laser Europa Cup 2013. Robert Scheidt (BRA) and Tatiana Drozdovskaya (BLR) dominated the Laser and Laser Radial fleets on Lake Garda, Italy.

After three days of intense and testing wind that threw out some exceptional competition, the final day was plagued with light winds that forced the competition to come to an early ending. But for Scheidt and Drozdovskaya the damage had been done as both sailors, who have sailed at nine Olympic Games between them, went through the five race series undefeated.

In the 111-boat Laser fleet Scheidt rolled back the years to sweep past his younger opponents. Emil Cedergardh (SWE) finished one point behind the Brazilian whilst ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami victor Jesper Stalheim (SWE) came through in third.

The Laser Radial Women's fleet featured 89 sailors all aiming to take gold. Drozdovskaya used all of her experience to control the fleet and take gold ahead of Michelle Broekhuizen (NED) and Daphne Van Der Vaart (NED).

Laser

1.Robert Scheidt-YCSA
2.Emil Cedergatdh-Goteborg Kungliga Segelsee
3.Jesper Stalheim-Goteborg Kungliga Segelsee

Marco Benini-Fraglia Vela Riva (Under 19 winner)
Francesco Marrai-Guardia di Finanza (Under 21 winner)
Andreas Willin-Schlei Segel Club (Over 35 winner)


Laser Radial

Men's:

1.Fionn Lyden-Baltimore Sailing Club
2.Robbie Gilmore-Strangford Lough Yacht Club
3.Marcin Rudawski-MKS Dwoika Warsawa

Cyan Byrne-Royal Cork Yacht Club (Under 17 winner)
Fionn Lyden-Baltimore Sailing Club (Under 19 winner)
Jon Emmet-Weir Wood Sailing Club (Over 35 winner)

Women's:

1.Tatiana Drozdovskaya-Belarus Sailing Federation
2.Michelle Broekhuizen-Admiraal Van Kingsbergen
3.Daphne Van der Vaart-KWV de Kaag

Celine Chevet-Sport Nautique at Plaisance (Under 17 winner)
Maxime Jonker-KWVL (Under 19 winner)
Daphne Van der Vaart-KWV de Kaag (Under 21 winner)


Laser 4.7

Men's:

1.Jonatan Vadnai-Balatonfoirede Yacht Club
2.Loranzo Damonte-Circolo Nautico Loano
3.Conor O'Beirne-Royal St. George Yacht Club

Under 18:

1.Max Haenssler-Amicale de Voile Portalban
2.Anil Centin-B.B.-Bodrum Sailing Club
3.Nogay Dokmeci-Marmara Sailing Club


Women's:

Under 16:

1.Magdalena Kwasna-Choijnice
2.Carolina Albano-Circolo Vela Muggia
3.Louise Cervera -Yacht Club de Cannes

Under 18:

1.Judith Engberts-VW DTP
2.Francesca Bergamo-Centro Velico Alto Adriatico
3.Sofia Capparuccini-Club Velico Portocivitanova

Laura Camilli Meletani-Planet Sail (Women's Laser Europa Cup
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