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EUROSAF Youth 2015 at Brest, France - Day 3

by Youth EUROSAF 2015 31 Jul 2015 14:45 PDT 26 July - 2 August 2015
EUROSAF Youth CHampionships 2015 day 3 at Brest © Christian Chardon / Eurosaf Youth

Today was a little bit special. No races were launched before 4pm and committees cancelled the first three start proceedings because the sea breeze turned to the north, and forced the race committee to modify marks.

In 420, two races were run, the largest smile was for Nikolaus Kampelmuhler and Olivier Kobale from Austria who won two races. Theo Carayon and Erwan Lucas from France keep their first position overall with 18 points.

For women, Sofie Schone and Line Johanna Thielemann from Germany are still dominating with 17 points, followed by Jenny Cropley and Emma Baker from Great Britain and Jessie Kampman and Anael Ponthieu from France.

For Laser Radial, Francesca Bergamo from Italy takes the lead in the women's fleet with 24 points, 3 points ahead of Louise Cervera, the second girl. For the men, Jack Cookson from Great Britain still dominates ahead of Paolo Giargia from Italy with 26 points against 27.

29er: Alksandra and Maja from Poland scored a 1-6. Gwendal Nael and Pierre Tygdat leads in 29er with 22 points.

For the RS:X, it is clear. Two Italian men take the lead. Matteo Evangelisti moves to the top with 14 points, followed by Carlo Ciabatti with 16 points. In women, Mariam Sekhposyan from Russia continues to dominate the fleet with a double win, so she leads with 12 points, just one point ahead Berenice Mege.

In the SL16 group, Louis Flament and Charles Dorange keep their lead as they made a 6-2 today. Matteo Chevrier and Gaspard Cosse follow up Louis and Charles with their 17 points, compared to 15 points for the leaders.

Tomorrow the first race is scheduled at 15:00.

Results can be found here.

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