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Laser Standard Junior World Championship - Coccoluto victorious

by Event Media (As Amended by ISAF) on 17 Apr 2012
Laser Standard Under 21 Championship 2012 Claudio Cambria
At the MacLaren Laser Standard under 21 World Championship in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Giovanni Coccoluto (ITA) has emerged victorious. Coccoluto who has twice won an ISAF Youth Worlds bronze medal in the Laser Radial, posted two firsts and two seconds on his scoreboard to take the gold medal from Stig Steinfurth (DEN) by three points.

In the last day of this championship, the sailors completed only one race, the sixth race of the series in seven knots of wind from the south. The Race Committee started another race but it was abandoned in the third leg because the wind decreased to less than four kts.

Low wind was one of the characteristics of this event. In fact, there were two races programmed for each day and they could just complete six races in total. However, it was a nice championship and the competitors showed a lot of enthusiasm though the bad conditions.

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29 sailors from 19 different countries competed: Argentina, Austria, Australia, Canada, Curaçao, Chile, Croatia, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Japan, Norway, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Slovene, Ukraine, Uruguay and United States.


MacLaren 2012 Laser Standard World Championship - Overall

No

Nº.Vela

Nombre

Puntua.

1

2

3

4

5

6

1

ITA 202398

Coccoluto Giovanni, 1993, U21

18

-13

2

1

2

1

12

2

DEN 201408

Steinfurth Stig, 1993, U21

21

3

6

4

3

5

-19

3

POL 188824

Arian Aleksander, 1992, U21

25

4

-17

2

1

2

16

4

ARG 192111

Biava Juan Ignacio, 1994, U21

28

8

1

9

8

-12

2

5

ESP 195551

Lopez Carcare Ignasi, 1992, U21

32

1

7

7

-20

4

13

6

POL 192638

Kobielski Filip, 1992, U21

33

6

3

-22

16

7

1

7

ARG 197335

Vidal Agustin, 1992, U21

40

2

9

5

-19

6

18

8

ARG 171386

Falasca Santiago, 1995, U18

44

14

4

6

12

(dsq)

8

9

SLO 181971

Krasevac Uros, 1992, U21

47

17

-21

10

7

3

10

10

ESP 190992

Flores Martin Guillermo, 1992, U21

50

7

(ocs)

20

5

9

9


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