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Laser European Championship at Porto, Portugal - Day 5

by Teresa Marques 25 May 01:42 PDT 20-25 May 2019
Laser European Championship - Day 5 © Neuza Aires Pereira

Early on, the 323 sailors, representing 55 countries, left the port of refuge in Afurada to face northwest winds and waves, on the Atlantic front of Porto.

In the Laser Standard category, British Lorenzo Chiavarini is the best European sailor in a competition that continues to be led by Australian and Olympic champion, Tom Burton.

In the Women's Laser Radial category, Anne-Marie Rindom of Denmark holds the lead for the fifth consecutive day.

In the Laser Radial Open category, Aleksander Arian also secured the first place in the overall standings.

In Laser Radial Sub-21, Irishman Jamie McMahon leads, with Portuguese Martim Fernandes in ninth position.

Today, the last two races will be held, starting at 11 AM. At the end of the afternoon, the European Champions will be crowned at Marina Douro.

Full results can be found here.

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