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Allianz Championship for Optimist, RS Feva & 29er - Day 1

by Laurence Bouchet 17 Oct 01:16 PDT 17-20 October 2019
2019 Allianz Championship © Cercle Nautique Calédonien

Allianz championship start with windy conditions in Baie de Sainte Marie. The Trade Winds "rocked" this first day of the Allianz championship by blowing around 18-20 knots in the morning.

The 29ers ran four races and the RS Feva three races.

For 29ER the Caledonians are there. Corentin Goulon and Valentin Alakiletoa are in 1st place after the first day followed by Emilie Bouchet and Robin Chantrelle then Camille Goulié and Francois Gboyah.

For RS Feva, the match is also close between the top three of the provisional ranking with a leadership that belongs to Raphael Bouzigues and Benjamin Benhayoun, followed by Maxence Kesteman and Virgile Goux-Thiercelin, the crew of Evan Glidic and Enzo Ardimani being in 3rd place.

For the Optimists, the top three in the overall ranking are Romain Lecoyer (FRA), Tom Rebbeck (NZL), Aurel Martin (FRA).

For more information visit the event website.

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