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SB20 World Championship 2021 at Clube Naval de Cascais - Day 4

by Clube Naval de Cascais 2 Sep 11:49 PDT 29 August - 3 September 2021

Three races scheduled, three races completed on the penultimate day of the Cascais SB20 World Championship 2021.

The Guia Race area was thus once again dominated by the fierce competition between the more than sixty SB20 sportsboats participating in this World Championship organized by the Cascais Naval Club, and which decorated this area of Cascais coast in a very special way.

The first start signal was given around noon, and today conditions were even more favourable for sailing, as the clear sky and mild temperature were combined with a favourable wind, which blew from the north-west quadrant, with an intensity ranging between 10-14 knots, delivering champagne sailing conditions.

While there is only one day to the end of the event, nothing is yet fully decided, although, at the top of the league table, and in particular as far as the future World Champion is concerned, things are looking good for OpenBar. The crew frp, Clube Naval de Cascais, led by Henrique Haddad, with Mário Trindade, Leonardo Lombardi and Pedro Caldas, continue to add good performances, including more bullets, and thus cement their leadership, extending their advantage thanks to the combination of two decisive factors: an enviable consistency and the achievement of top results.

On this fourth day of the championship, victory in the first race smiled on Xcellent, with John Pollard at the helm, together with by Steven Procter and Rhos Hawes. The representative of the Royal Torbay Yacht Club, from Torquay, England, was followed by the OpenBar team of Henrique Haddad, with the Flow team of Banayan Daniil, with Vasinkevich Grigoriy, Prokofev Aleksandr and Konovalova Gaiane, in the colours of Saint Petersburg Yacht Club, in third.

The Brazilian Olympic sailor, Snipe World Champion in 2019, and his crew returned to shine in the second race of the day, as OpenBar was the first to cross the finish line. MST took second place, with Vasily Grigoriev at the helm, accompanied by Maxim Kuzmin and Mikhail Markin, representing the Pirogovo Golf and Yacht Club, followed by the Barco Chefe team of Victor Demaison, with Jorge Zariff and Gabriel Borges, from the Rio de Janeiro Yacht Club in third place.

Finally, in the last race of the day, the winner was the Comet/Space Cobras of Liza Zherebetsova, Artem Basalkin, Andrey Klochko and Andrey Tukalov, followed by the Barco Chefe of Victor Demaison, and the Naturea Sailing Team/Fich of Mafalda Pires de Lima, with Mariana Lobato, Francisco Maia and Matilde Pinheiro de Melo, from Clube de Vela Atlântico.

Given these results, it is not surprising that Henrique Haddad's Open Bar, with 49 points, not only continues to occupy the top position in the overall classification of the Cascais SB20 World Championship 2021, but also has increased their advantage from 18 to 35 points over second place, which is now France Jeune/BCI, by Machetti Hippolyte, with Lucas Chatonier, Michel Emeric and Candela Laurie, of Cercle Nautique Caledonien. In third place overall remains one of the most consistent crews in the entire championship, composed of Tonu Toniste, Toomas Toniste and Andres Viisemann, aboard Estonia Delight, 7 points behind, and with an advantage for their own most direct pursuers of just 4.2 points and 8 points, respectively.

With regard to the female crews, today was less positive than the previous ones for the formation of the Yacht Club de Cannes, of Paola Amar, Gabriel Skoczek, Marine Gauvrit and Timothe Lapaw, who discarded their last race of the day. Still they remains as the best female team but have fallen from sixth to eighth place overall.

Carrying out a very regular championship, France Jeune/BCI is undoubtedly a candidate for a place on the final podium. Lucas Chatonier, a member of the French crew, confirmed this, even with understandable caution: "Today we had a little more wind than the previous days, which was good. We were happy to have good conditions, the boat went much faster today than yesterday, and that was also a source of satisfaction for us.

"The day was not at all negative for us, we had a difficult second race, but I think it's tough for everyone as the conditions are very demanding for most of us. It's hard to go fast at all times. The level of the fleet is very good, we have to fight in each race, go step by step, but we are happy with today in general. I still haven't seen the final overall for the day, but we'll fight until the end, tomorrow there are two more races, and we'll give everything we have.

"A word to Clube Naval de Cascais, which is doing a fantastic job, the location is always good, we were here five years ago, also for the World Championship, it was very good, so we are very happy to be back this year, for the Worlds, and everything is going very well. Thanks to the club, thanks to the race committee and thanks to the organization. We are enjoying excellent moments here in Cascais."

With a lot to decide, the Cascais SB20 World Championship 2021 enters tomorrow, Friday, September 3rd, in its final day of competition. The Cascais Naval Club plans to carry out two races, so that the twelve initially planned can be completed in full, and the first start signal scheduled for 12:00. The 2021 SB20 World Championship has the participation of some of the top names in the class, both nationally and worldwide, and is sponsored by the Cascais Minucipality, Visit Portugal, Visit Cascais, IPDJ, Portuguese Sailing Federation, Leitão & Brother, Vista Alegre, Solyd, Sagres, Simões & Gaspar, Lusíada Saúde, Clarins Men, Clarins and JCDecaux.

Results after Day 4:

PosBow NoBoatSail NoHelmCrewClubR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8R9R10Pts
1st7OpenBarBRA3751Henrique HaddadMario Trindade/Leonardo Lombardi/Pedro CaldasCNCascais10811‑26111211449
2nd48France Jeune ‑ BCIFRA3653Machetti HippolyteChatonnier Lucas /Michel Emeric /Candela LaurieCNC/Cercle Nautique Caledonien310101694‑321117585
3rd53Estonia DelightEST3803Tonu TonisteToomas Toniste/Andres ViisemannEstonia21397192(BFD)473093
4th59Comet/SpaceCobrasRYF3805Liza ZherebetsovaArtem Basalkin/Andrey Klochko/Andrey TukalovSVSMSt Petersburg/CSKA/CSP SKSDGA921107912(UFD)10195.2
5th3Madeira IslandsPOR3734John TavaresBernardo Freitas/Paulo MansoANMadeira12224116125(UFD)919100
6th62Barco ChefeBRA3802Victor DemaisonJorge Zariff/Gabriel BorgesYC Rio Janeiro305‑33231217131432119
7th51Skin in the GameFRA3763Edward RussoGilles Favennec/Jonathan LobertClub Nautique Valeriquais‑332322314535820121
8th72XcellentGBR3814John PollardSteven Procter/Rhos HawesRoyal Torbay YC34‑382491116711115128
9th68Shifter Pro Youth FranceFRA3580Amar PaolaGabriel Skoczek/Marine Gauvrit/Timothe LapawYCCannes1812181421141724‑31129
10th37Youth Team Portugal ‑ Marisco na PracaPOR3123Henrique BritesJoao Bolina/Luis Pinheiro/Rafael RodriguesCNCascais22‑5519410143112154131
11th47Ladies First / Naturea Sailing TeamPOR3114Carolina JoaoFederica Franchi/Joana Azevedo/Zezi CardosoSADafundo25‑46851415938147135
12th61FLOWRYF3755Banayan DaniilVasinkevich Grigoriy/Prokofev Aleksandr/Konovalova GaianeSt.Petersburg1‑417153818413512140
13th28Another AffairPOR3723Tiago MoraisMiguel Oliveira/Francisco OliveiraCVAtlantico16242316281421‑3716140
14th46actiTIMERYF3709Arsen ChubarkovDmitriy Tretiakov/Artem Sudakov/Andrei AkimenkoSPB YC432320535‑4882921148
15th45Naturea Sailing Team / FitchPOR3558Mafalda Pires LimaMariana Lobato/Francisco Maia/Matilde P de MeloCVAtlantico202130‑353571610133155
16th1Solyd Sailing TeamPOR3801Vasco SerpaJoaquim Moreira/Pedro Costa AlemaoCNCascais137418333‑4422628161
17th8inetum.^ #PositiveDigitalFlowPOR3616Manuel MarquesHugo Mastbaum/Luis QueirozCNCascais8263630628(UFD)1929164
18th70Breaking BodGBR3758Charles WhelanRichard Mcadam/Chips HowarthBough Beech SC2914338203293012(UFD)178
19th35Naturea Sailing Team / Keep ClearPOR3516Bernardo LoureiroGuilherme Gomes/Manuel Fortunato/Mafalda GoncalvesCNCascais2316(BFD)12431010133617180
20th49Glasgow KissSGP3750Nils RazmilovicDavid Salembier/Pedro AndradeRHKYC1715342133033(UFD)48183
21st66tedIRL3809Micheal O'ConnorDavy Taylor/Ed CookRSGYC‑403411191308194023185
22nd44MSTRYF3722Vasily GrigorievMaxim Kuzmin/Mikhail MarkinPirogovo27151432(UFD)SQ1372728195.5
23rd64SportsBoatWorld RacingGBR3469Diogo CostaLiam Pardy/Francisco Uva/Tomas BarretoRoyal Southern Yacht Club311125‑62243217152032207
24th54GunterESP3800Javier ScherkDiogo Barros/Nuno BarretoRCNBarcelona/NYYC11438188361135(UFD)52213
25th50go with the flowBEL3762Bart TytgatMarc Braet/Kristof WouttersRNSYC918(BFD)2152957342334221
26th29AP Hotels & ResortsPOR3738Jose Paulo RamadaFausto Briosa Neves/Tomas Simonet/Miguel Leal de FariaCNCascais7195117(UFD)244736166223
27th14BBDouroPOR3620Francisca BarrosJoao Cunha/Ricardo Schedel/Manuel ArriagaCWDS/CNCascais(BFD)2928281722246UFD9230
28th423J'sNED3754Jeroen van der VeldenJeroen Kop/Jan van der MeijdenWSV Biesbosch/ RZV47617392234(BFD)233113232
29th27QuebramarPOR3115Rui BritesPedro Costa/Patricia Bastos/Martim FernandesCNCascais(BFD)2057263919387427237
30th31Metalfrio SolutionsPOR3578Erwin RusselGustavo Lima/Rodolfo Pires/Beatriz GagoCNCascais26373446288‑49163811244
31st19GutoPOR3710Pedro NietoPedro Garcia/Mariana Freitas/Fernando KuoCVAtlantico2126122929422645‑4726256
32nd67SInBinPOR3544Martin EstlanderEduardo Marques/Phillip KempCNCascais1930402244(BFD)20502625276
33rd10GiboiaPOR3286Jose GoncalvesRui Boia/Martim BoiaCNCascais4617(BFD)40132039DNC3510287
34th4Patris FinancePOR3505Vasco PassanhaNuno Bajanca/Joao MeloCNCascais(BFD)60162141402423337292
35th56Vis sailing teamRYF3707Timur SabirzianovAlexander Mikhailov/Joao PrietoKrestovsky64329433638362932‑45292
36th65Dream teamRYF3512Shchukina ElenaIgor Puzanov/Valentin Uvarkin /Marina BraginskayaPirogovo2825(BFD)37254646252535292
37th25NACEXPOR3438Miguel GracaDiogo Pinto/Joao FerreiraCNCascais42393242‑46274593039305
38th9SargoPOR3157Goncalo GoncalvesJorge Lima/Jose CostaCNCascais(BFD)324525452635372733305
39th23BICASCOPOR3306Luis SantosAntonio Santos/Pedro VilelaCVSado38314724‑503115314844309
40th20HelloNextPOR3581Goncalo PiresTomas Pires de Lima/Peter Kemp/Matilde BandeiraCNCascais545(BFD)4540215520UFD18316
41st41Sale BeteFRA3534Xavier MoulinFrancois Roques/Pierre RoquesSN Narbonne504039‑52272323285236318
42nd22VoltaPOR3506Vasco EmpisBernardo Faria e Maia e Nuno Espirito SantoCNCascais1548‑5430534352261841326
43rd36Naturea Sailing Team / Young GunsPOR3152Sebastiao Caiado RamirezMartim Mastbaum/Max de Groot/Zilas Dunke NascimentoCNCascais(BFD)5613UFD183718DNC3424334
44th30LUSIADASPOR3100Vasco Antunes PereiraMiguel Guimaraes e Jorge AndradeCNCascais(BFD)44463333456244262335
45th40PBIIGBR3149Mark GillettPaul Hine/Richard AndertonFrensham Pond(BFD)50151334BFD40324147339
46th77LTXPOR3427Eduardo CardosoJoao Santos/Ruben LuisCNCascais48283748‑594421482146341
47th18IrmandadePOR3206Per CronerGoncalo Viera Lopes/Ekaterina Zubrilina/Manuel MacedoCNCascais1436(BFD)UFD49472218RET22342
48th58IC WindRYF3712Olga DimitrevaOlga Oreshnikova/Aleksei Frolov/Yan ChekhRussia243335515225345145‑55350
49th15BravoPOR3652Paulo PalhaAndre Goncalves/Antonio Barros/Mariana CunhaCVAtlantico3235424442‑5225404349352
50th5so flyPOR3733Peter StrattonFrancisco Garcia/Bernardo LencastreCNCascais45‑615327325819432261360
51st71ZOZHRYF3740Irina BuzinovaMarat Khairov/Nataliya Lyubimova/Nikita PlaksinMoscow35545253‑614127412840371
52nd6VickyPOR3092Augusto Castelo Branco Jr.Augusto Castelo Branco/Salvador Fernandes/Joao Pires Jr.CNCascais524231572351(BFD)445138389
53rd74Old SpicePOR3537Filipe Aguilar MachadoTomas Pereira/Pedro AraujoCVAtlantico41‑634347314851394451395
54th34TLEVEL.PT/Mergulhao IIPOR3256Andre GrayLourenco Mateus/Joao TomasCNCascais3649274156(BFD)42543954398
55th24MiudasPOR3203Margarida AguiarSofia Regojo/Ana Champalimaud/Maria AnjosCNCascais37534455(RET)4933475643417
56th21Quinta dos MurcasPOR3411Diogo Correa MendesAna Costa Santos/Antonio Ornelas/Alexandre CasemiroCNCascais435149495139‑60564942429
57th2ContrabandistaPOR3637Patrick LindleyLuis Vasconcelos Dias/Pedro SimoesCNCascais444736‑58545454555058452
58th32GameChangerUKR 3633Yulia KyrpaLuke Patience/Pavlo Matsuyev/Semen DmytrenkoKyiv Yacht Club(BFD)27206UFDBFDDNSDNCDNCDNC455
59th39CPRNED3246Pascal BakkerChristoffel Ravelman/Marinus RegoortRZV395958‑63485543494659456
60th17Day offPOR3651Filipe AlbinoFrancisco Calao/Antonio VicenteCNBB49‑622661575750585356467
61st60Knot on CallPOR3111Jose MendesJoao Mendes/Filipe Quartin/Luisa PeresANL/CVVC535755564750‑58525450474
62nd52TACKTONICBEL3518Nicolas ElleboudtCedric De Bleye/Stefan VanwynsbergheRNSYC OSTEND515856‑59585359465757495
63rd69LadybugFRA3576Benoit MelenLaurent Beaurin/Emmanuelle BeaurinYCIF(BFD)655050556153535553495
64th73 IRL3278Fraser BrownSantiago Sampaio/Francisco FerreiraCNCascais(BFD)52485437595657UFDUFD497
65th33Mike TSUI3169Heinrich GuggenbuehlCaspar Guggenbuehl/Karim AbdounSIMPL546660606060(BFD)605960539
66th57KanimamboPOR3083Raul Bulhao PatoMichael del Vecchio/Nuno EspanaCNCascais(BFD)6459646256BFD5958UFD556

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