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SB20 World Championship 2021 at Clube Naval de Cascais - Day 3

by Clube Naval de Cascais 1 Sep 22:28 PDT 29 August - 3 September 2021

The third day was full of action in the SB20 World Championship, held in Cascais in this edition of 2021.

The large fleet went to sea around 2pm, but the weather conditions, namely the wind, which blew from the west quadrant with about 6 knots of intensity, was a little less favourable than in the first two days, which led the Clube Naval de Cascais organization to choose to start with only two races, as opposed to the three initially planned, both of which were held in the Guia race area.

With two days of competition still ahead, it is certain that nothing is defined and anything can happen in the fight for the title. However, it is also no less true that, at the top of the league table, some crews are showing signs of wanting to secure at least a place on the podium, and the results they achieved confirm this. Everything points, once again, that consistency tends to override the odd spectacular performances.

This is exactly what the results of this third day of the event indicate. In the first race, Paola Amar's Shifter Pro Youth France, with Gabriel Skoczek, Marine Gauvrit and Timothe Lapaw of Cercle Nautique Caledonien, was the first to cross the finish line, followed by Tonu Toniste's Estonia Delight, with Toomas Toniste and Andres Viisemann, with the Estonian crew being one of those who best proves that consistency can pay dividends. Third place went to Charles Whelan's Breaking Bod, with Richard Mcadam and Chips Howarth, representatives of the British Bough Beech Sailing Club.

In the second race, Clube Naval de Cascais' Open Bar, winner of two of the three races yesterday, and helmed by Olympic sailor Henrique Haddad, accompanied by Mário Trindade, Leonardo Lombardi and Pedro Caldas, got the better of the competition. Second place went to another CNCascais representative, Patris Finance, by Vasco Passanha, with Nuno Bajanca and João Melo, with third place by Edward Russo's Skin in the game, with Gilles Favennec and Jonathan Lobert, of Club Nautique Valeriquals.

The Open Bar team of Henrique Haddad retains the lead of the Cascais SB20 World Championship 2021 with a total of 33 points, and already having an appreciable advantage over his most direct pursuers. With 51 points, second place in the overall classification is now occupied by Madeira Islands, representing the Madeira Nautical Association, with John Tavares at the helm, in the company of two CNC athletes, Bernardo Freitas and Paulo Manso, but with an advantage of just one point over the third place, which continues to be held by the Estonia Delight team of Tonu Toniste, who took advantage of this third day of competition to discard the result achieved in the second race and keep their place on the provisional podium.

Among the female crews, the day was especially favourable for the crew of the Shifter Pro Youth France. And naturally, the victory and fourth place achieved by Paola Amar, Gabriel Skoczek, Marine Gauvrit and Timothe Lapaw had major repercussions for their position in the league table: the Yacht Club de Cannes team leads again among the ladies, in addition to being sixth overall.

The rise to second place in the Madeira Islands overall ranking was, without a doubt, one of the highlights of the day. But John Tavares prefers to adopt a cautious stance:

"Today, as in previous days, light wind and very challenging conditions. The first race was somewhat threatened by the mass of fog that was coming towards the race course, but, fortunately, it dissipated and we were able to compete in two excellent races.

"But, once again, I emphasize, the light wind makes everything a great challenge, it is extremely easy to make a mistake, and, at the end of the fleet, as we could see today, many boats that are regularly in the front end up being left behind, due to a less successful start or a bad tactical decision. The conditions are indeed very challenging.

"For us, from the Madeira Islands team, who have some experience in the SB20, we have already competed in the last World Championship held in Cascais, in 2016, this is our favourite place, the Clube Naval de Cascais, the place where we like to sail the most. We teamed up with Bernardo Freitas and Paulo Manso, it is the first time we are sailing with Bernardo, a top sailor, and today our decisions were quite conservative. We're trying not to take any excessive risks, always trying to achieve stable results, and that's what we've been able to do so far. So we are very satisfied with our performance. There is still a long way to go until the end, we remain cautiously optimistic and hope to have two solid days ahead, as we have had so far. And, of course, we hope to achieve a good result."

For Thursday, the third day of the Cascais SB20 World Championship 2021, the Clube Naval de Cascais has three races scheduled, with the first start signal scheduled for midday. With the participation of some of the main names of the SB20 class, both nationally and worldwide, the event is sponsored by the Municipality of Cascais, Turismo de Portugal, Visit Cascais, IPDJ, Portuguese Sailing Federation, Leitão & Irmão, Vista Alegre, Solyd, Sagres, Simões & Gaspar, Lusíada Saúde, Clarins Men, Clarins and JCDecaux.

Results after Day 3:

PosBowNumberBoatSail NoHelmCrewClubR1R2R3R4R5R6R7Pts
1st7OpenBarBRA3751Henrique HaddadMario Trindade/Leonardo Lombardi/Pedro CaldasCNCascais10811‑2611132
2nd3Madeira IslandsPOR3734John TavaresBernardo Freitas/Paulo MansoANMadeira12‑22411612550
3rd53Estonia DelightEST3803Tonu TonisteToomas Toniste/Andres ViisemannEstonia21397192(BFD)52
4th48France Jeune ‑ BCIFRA3653Machetti HippolyteChatonnier Lucas /Michel Emeric /Candela LaurieCNC/Cercle Nautique Caledonien310101694‑3252
5th59Comet/SpaceCobrasRYF3805Liza ZherebetsovaArtem Basalkin/Andrey Klochko/Andrey TukalovSt Petersburg YCDGA9‑2110791258.3
6th68Shifter Pro Youth FranceFRA3580Amar PaolaGabriel Skoczek/Marine Gauvrit/Timothe LapawYCCannes18121814‑211467
7th49Glasgow KissSGP3750Nils RazmilovicDavid Salembier/Pedro AndradeRHKYC1715‑342133068
8th28Another AffairPOR3723Tiago MoraisMiguel Oliveira/Francisco OliveiraCVAtlantico16242316‑281475
9th47Ladies First / Naturea Sailing TeamPOR3114Carolina JoaoFederica Franchi/Joana Azevedo/Zezi CardosoSADafundo25‑46851415976
10th8inetum.^ #PositiveDigitalFlowPOR3616Manuel MarquesHugo Mastbaum/Luis QueirozCNCascais826‑363062981
11th51Skin in the GameFRA3763Edward RussoGilles Favennec/Jonathan LobertClub Nautique Valeriquais‑3323223145388
12th54GunterESP3800Javier ScherkDiogo Barros/Nuno BarretoRCNBarcelona/NYYC114‑38188361188
13th46actiTIMERYF3709Arsen ChubarkovDmitriy Tretiakov/Artem Sudakov/Andrei AkimenkoSPB YC432320535‑4890
14th70Breaking BodGBR3758Charles WhelanRichard Mcadam/Chips HowarthBough Beech SC29143‑382032897
15th37Youth Team Portugal ‑ Marisco na PracaPOR3123Henrique BritesJoao Bolina/Luis Pinheiro/Rafael RodriguesCNCascais22‑55194101431100
16th62Barco ChefeBRA3802Victor DemaisonJorge Zariff/Gabriel BorgesYC Rio Janeiro305‑3323121713100
17th72XcellentGBR3814John PollardSteven Procter/Rhos HawesRoyal Torbay YC34‑3824911167101
18th66tedIRL3809Micheal O'ConnorDavy Taylor/Ed CookRSGYC‑403411191308103
19th1Solyd Sailing TeamPOR3801Vasco SerpaJoaquim Moreira/Pedro Costa AlemaoCNCascais137418333‑44105
20th35Naturea Sailing Team / Keep ClearPOR3516Bernardo LoureiroGuilherme Gomes/Manuel Fortunato/Mafalda GoncalvesCNCascais2316(BFD)12431010114
21st61FLOWRYF3755Banayan DaniilVasinkevich Grigoriy/Prokofev Aleksandr/Konovalova GaianeSt.Petersburg1‑41715381841120
22nd45Naturea Sailing Team / FitchPOR3558Mafalda Pires LimaMariana Lobato/Francisco Maia/Matilde P de MeloCVAtlantico202130‑3535716129
23rd50go with the flowBEL3762Bart TytgatMarc Braet/Kristof WouttersRNSYC918(BFD)2152957130
24th64SportsBoatWorld RacingGBR3469Diogo CostaLiam Pardy/Francisco Uva/Tomas BarretoRoyal Southern Yacht Club311125‑62243217140
25th19GutoPOR3710Pedro NietoPedro Garcia/Mariana Freitas/Fernando KuoCVAtlantico2126122929‑4226143
26th14BBDouroPOR3620Francisca BarrosJoao Cunha/Ricardo Schedel/Manuel ArriagaCWDS/CNCascais(BFD)292828172224148
27th44MSTRYF3722Vasily GrigorievMaxim Kuzmin/Mikhail MarkinPirogovo27151432(UFD)SQ137158.5
28th423J'sNED3754Jeroen van der VeldenJeroen Kop/Jan van der MeijdenWSV Biesbosch/ RZV47617392234(BFD)165
29th29AP Hotels & ResortsPOR3738Jose Paulo RamadaFausto Briosa Neves/Tomas Simonet/Miguel Leal de FariaCNCascais7195117(UFD)2447165
30th10GiboiaPOR3286Jose GoncalvesRui Boia/Martim BoiaCNCascais4617(BFD)40132039175
31st67SInBinPOR3544Martin EstlanderEduardo Marques/Phillip KempCNCascais1930402244(BFD)20175
32nd31Metalfrio SolutionsPOR3578Erwin RusselGustavo Lima/Rodolfo Pires/Beatriz GagoCNCascais26373446288‑49179
33rd4Patris FinancePOR3505Vasco PassanhaNuno Bajanca/Joao MeloCNCascais(BFD)60162141402180
34th23BICASCOPOR3306Luis SantosAntonio Santos/Pedro VilelaCVSado38314724‑503115186
35th56Vis sailing teamRYF3707Timur SabirzianovAlexander Mikhailov/Joao PrietoKrestovsky6‑432943363836188
36th27QuebramarPOR3115Rui BritesPedro Costa/Patricia Bastos/Martim FernandesCNCascais(BFD)205726391938199
37th41Sale BeteFRA3534Xavier MoulinFrancois Roques/Pierre RoquesSN Narbonne504039‑52272323202
38th58IC WindRYF3712Olga DimitrevaOlga Oreshnikova/Aleksei Frolov/Yan ChekhRussia24333551‑522534202
39th30LUSIADASPOR3100Vasco Antunes PereiraMiguel Guimaraes e Jorge AndradeCNCascais(BFD)44463333456207
40th65Dream teamRYF3512Shchukina ElenaIgor Puzanov/Valentin Uvarkin /Marina BraginskayaPirogovo2825(BFD)37254646207
41st9SargoPOR3157Goncalo GoncalvesJorge Lima/Jose CostaCNCascais(BFD)324525452635208
42nd36Naturea Sailing Team / Young GunsPOR3152Sebastiao Caiado RamirezMartim Mastbaum/Max de Groot/Zilas Dunke NascimentoCNCascais(BFD)5613UFD183718209
43rd20HelloNextPOR3581Goncalo PiresTomas Pires de Lima/Peter Kemp/Matilde BandeiraCNCascais545(BFD)45402155211
44th40PBIIGBR3149Mark GillettPaul Hine/Richard AndertonFrensham Pond(BFD)50151334BFD40219
45th15BravoPOR3652Paulo PalhaAndre Goncalves/Antonio Barros/Mariana CunhaCVAtlantico3235424442‑5225220
46th77LTXPOR3427Eduardo CardosoJoao Santos/Ruben LuisCNCascais48283748‑594421226
47th25NACEXPOR3438Miguel GracaDiogo Pinto/Joao FerreiraCNCascais42393242‑462745227
48th5so flyPOR3733Peter StrattonFrancisco Garcia/Bernardo LencastreCNCascais45‑615327325819234
49th18IrmandadePOR3206Per CronerGoncalo Viera Lopes/Ekaterina Zubrilina/Manuel MacedoCNCascais1436(BFD)UFD494722235
50th22VoltaPOR3506Vasco EmpisBernardo Faria e Maia e Nuno Espirito SantoCNCascais1548‑5430534352241
51st34TLEVEL.PT/Mergulhao IIPOR3256Andre GrayLourenco Mateus/Joao TomasCNCascais3649274156(BFD)42251
52nd32GameChangerUKR 3633Yulia KyrpaLuke Patience/Pavlo Matsuyev/Semen DmytrenkoKyiv Yacht Club(BFD)27206UFDBFDDNS254
53rd6VickyPOR3092Augusto Castelo Branco Jr.Augusto Castelo Branco/Salvador Fernandes/Joao Pires Jr.CNCascais524231572351(BFD)256
54th74Old SpicePOR3537Filipe Aguilar MachadoTomas Pereira/Pedro AraujoCVAtlantico41‑634347314851261
55th71ZOZHGBR3740Irina BuzinovaMarat Khairov/Nataliya Lyubimova/Nikita PlaksinMoscow35545253‑614127262
56th24MiudasPOR3203Margarida AguiarSofia Regojo/Ana Champalimaud/Maria AnjosCNCascais37534455(RET)4933271
57th21Quinta dos MurcasPOR3411Diogo Correa MendesAna Costa Santos/Antonio Ornelas/Alexandre CasemiroCNCascais435149495139‑60282
58th2ContrabandistaPOR3637Patrick LindleyLuis Vasconcelos Dias/Pedro SimoesCNCascais444736‑58545454289
59th17Day offPOR3651Filipe AlbinoFrancisco Calao/Antonio VicenteCNBB49‑622661575750300
60th39CPRNED3246Pascal BakkerChristoffel Ravelman/Marinus RegoortRZV395958‑63485543302
61st73 IRL3278Fraser BrownSantiago Sampaio/Francisco FerreiraCNCascais(BFD)524854375956306
62nd60Knot on CallPOR3111Jose MendesJoao Mendes/Filipe Quartin/Luisa PeresANL/CVVC535755564750‑58318
63rd69LadybugFRA3576Benoit MelenLaurent Beaurin/Emmanuelle BeaurinYCIF(BFD)655050556153334
64th52TACKTONICBEL3518Nicolas ElleboudtCedric De Bleye/Stefan VanwynsbergheRNSYC OSTEND515856‑59585359335
65th33Mike TSUI3169Heinrich GuggenbuehlCaspar Guggenbuehl/Karim AbdounSIMPL546660606060(BFD)360
66th57KanimamboPOR3083Raul Bulhao PatoMichael del Vecchio/Nuno EspanaCNCascais(BFD)6459646256BFD372

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