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Laser Standard Junior (Under 21) Worlds - Day 1 and 2

by Laser Standard Junior Worlds/ISAF/Sail-World.com on 12 Apr 2012
Laser Standard Junior Worlds - Under 21 ©YachtClubArgentino http://www.yca.org.ar/
The MacLaren Laser Standard Junior (Under 21) World Championship is underway in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Two races were sailed on day 1.


29 sailors from 19 different countries are competing for the Laser Standard Junior title: Argentina, Austria, Australia, Canada, Curaçao, Chile, Croatia, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Japan, Norway, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Slovene, Ukraine, Uruguay and United States.

Racing kicked off at 13:00 local time and they sailed two races with wind of eight knots from the east southeast.

The winner of the first race was Ignasi Lopez Carcare, from Spain. He was ahead the entire course and crossed the line followed by Agustín Vidal (ARG) and Stig Steinfurth (DEN).

The second race was won by an Argentine sailor, Juan Ignacio Biava, who reached the front in the first downwind leg and stayed there until the end. Giovanni Coccoluto (ITA) was second and Filip Kobielski (POL) third.

After these two races Ignasi Lopez Carcare (ESP) holds the lead. Racing continues until Sunday.

Day 2 of races for Laser Standard under 21 fleet.

Wiind was very light and at 1 pm, the programmed time for the first race, there were only 3.5 knots.

The Race Committee decided to raise the AP flag and keep the fleet in land while waiting for the wind to increase. Around 2 pm the AP flag was lowered and the boats started sailing to the race area.



No Nº.Vela Nombre Puntua. 1 2
1 ESP 195551 Lopez Carcare Ignasi, 1992, U21 8 1 7
2 ARG 192111 Biava Juan Ignacio, 1994, U21 9 8 1
3 POL 192638 Kobielski Filip, 1992, U21 9 6 3
4 DEN 201408 Steinfurth Stig, 1993, U21 9 3 6
5 ARG 197335 Vidal Agustin, 1992, U21 11 2 9
6 ITA 202398 Coccoluto Giovanni, 1993, U21 15 13 2
7 ARG 195321 Cosacow Cesar, 1993, U21 17 5 12
8 ARG 171386 Falasca Santiago, 1995, U18 18 14 4
9 UKR 202435 Paches Georgii, 1995, U18 18 10 8
10 SLO 195998 Zelko Zan Luka, 1994, U21 20 9 11
11 POL 188824 Arian Aleksander, 1992, U21 21 4 17
12 AUT 194469 Schmidinger Fabian, 1992, U21 25 12 13
13 POR 197170 Mourao Antonio, 1992, U21 27 22 5
14 AHO 199343 Van Otterdijk Kevin, 1995, U18 29 19 10
15 USA 200514 Rizika Jake, 1995, U18 31 16 15
16 ARG 168643 Dalibalta Rachid, 1994, U21 33 15 18
17 JPN 196466 Nanri Kenji, 1992, U21 34 11 23
18 NOR 201735 Begby Henrik Andreas, 1994, U21 34 18 16
19 ESP 190992 Flores Martin Guillermo, 1992, U21 37 7 ocs
20 CRO 192596 de Micheli Vitturi Marko, 1992, U21 38 24 14
21 SLO 181971 Krasevac Uros, 1992, U21 38 17 21
22 PER 167223 de Trazegnies Jean Paul, 1993, U21 39 20 19
23 ITA 201673 Traversa Marco, 1995, U18 45 23 22
24 AUS 191645 Howe Nicholas, 1992, U21 47 27 20
25 AUT 197013 Hollwerth Lukas, 1993, U21 51 21 ocs
26 ARG 202580 Juarez Dover Maximiliano, 1992, U21 51 26 25
27 CAN 196134 Wood Bryant, 1992, U21 53 29 24
28 CHI 201945 Kitzing Sebastian, 1995, U18 54 28 26
29 URU 187262 Blanco Juan Manuel, 1992, U21 55 25 ocs






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