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2021 Redoro Frantoi Veneti International Moth Worlds at Lake Garda - Day 1

by Moth Worlds 2 Sep 2021 23:21 PDT 31 August - 7 September 2021

A stable 8 to 12 knots Ora allowed for all six scheduled races to take place on the opening day of the Redoro Frantoi Veneti Moth World Championship, with strong performances from Tom Slingsby and Iain Jensen from Australia.

Over 150 athletes from more than 24 nations were on the waters of Lake Garda to thrash it out on foils.

Given the very high number of sailors, and considering the last years of the pandemic, the boats were divided into two fleets of equal number: the Yellow and Blue fleets. The first start was at 14:25 in order to give time to the Ora to stabilize: two for the Yellow fleet, three for the Blue, and one last for the Yellow.

The breeze between 8 and 12 knots proved to be perfect to highlight the talent of some of the best sailors in the world that this competition has brought together.

The Yellow fleet saw Tom Slingsby from Australia on top of the standings after 3 races, with 3 first places, all obtained with a good margin over the second placed helm. Currently in second in the Yellow fleet is Paul Goodison, England, closely followed by the Italian Olympic gold medallist in Tokyo Ruggero Tita.

In the Blue fleet we find Iain Jensen, Australia, in first place, with a performance that mirrored the one of Slingsby. In second and third places respectively are his compatriots Kyle Langford and Nathan Outteridge.

Iain Jensen said: "I am happy with today's 3 wins on the first day of qualifying for the World Championship. The wind was absolutely perfect and stable for the 3 races, with really tight racing. I can't wait to get back on the water for the second day."

The day ended in Fraglia Vela Malcesine with the "Funivie del Baldo Pasta&Beer Party", a social event that concludes a perfect first day of this "Redoro Frantoi Veneti" Moth World Championship.

On Friday the warning signal is at 1pm and in the evening the Persico Fly40 "Gala Dinner" is scheduled, a social event held here at the Fraglia Vela Malcesine.

Results after Day 1: (full and live results can be found here)

PosSail NoBoat NameHelmClubQ1Q2Q3Pts
1AUS 1JOHNNY DRAMATom SLINGSBYGosford sailing club1113
1AUS 4739CPSCIain JENSENWASC1113
3GBR 4823FOMOPaul GOODISONCVT2338
4ITA 4725VIVIANI KIA TRENTINORuggi TITASEZIONE VELA GUARDIA FINANZA82212
5AUS 2BLOOD EAGLEKyle LANGFORDGKSS22913
6AUS 4629MACH 2.6Nathan OUTTEIRDGEWangi Sailing Club93214
7GBR 4817 David HIVEYWeymouth & Portland National Sailing Academy46515
8NZL 4740 Phil ROBERTSONRNZYS/GKSS46616
9GBR 4853JESSDylan FLETCHERWPNSA65516
10ITA 5MY RAKE MY TRAVFrancesco BRUNICLUB CANOTTIERI ROGGERO DI LAURIA58417
11ITA 4689UCCIOSUPPORTSimone SALVÀFraglia Vela Malcesine54817
12FRA 4775GROUPE REELAymeric ARTHAUDSRA314320
13GER 4668ALFEAFabian GIELENLSC651021
14HKG 4805LIBERTY BITCOIN FUNDNicolai JACOBSENRoyal Hong Kong Yacht Club78722
15ITA 4448 Francesco BIANCHIYACHTING CLUB TORRI114924
16GBR 4826 Eddie BRIDLEBRIGHTLINGSEA3111125
17USA 6UFOBradley FUNK 1171028
18ITA 4724MANTA MOTHGian Maria FERRIGHIFRAGLIA VELA RIVA817429
19ITA 4588 Jacopo PLAZZI MARZOTTOCIRCOLO CANOTTIERI ANIENE912829
20GER 4763BBS AUTOMATION I MPC I ALLGEIERPhilipp BUHLSCAI / NRV187631
21POL 4831 Robert GRACZYKMikolajki1091433
22AUS 4718ZLATANDavid GILMOURRFBYC/GKSS12131136
23NZL 4744 Mike BULLOTMurrays Bay Sailing Club7181641
24IRL 4747 Ewan MCMAHONHowth Yacht Club13141441
25GBR 4546 Alex ADAMS 19101342
26ITA 4641 Fabio FUMAGALLIMARVELIA14151342
27ITA 4741 Lorenzo DE FELICEREALE Y.C.CANOTTIERI SAVOIA15131543
28USA 4768MONGOOSERichard DIDHAMABYC20121547
29GER 4514ZICKEAndreas JOHNWSCW BSC10172350
30GER 4665ELLIMaximilian MÄGEBYC13152351
31AUS 9 Thomas JOHNSONKDY3510752
32ITA 4606NNFabio MAZZETTICIRCOLO VELA ARCO16162052
33ITA 4638ZETA RACINGEnrico ZENNARO 17191652
34GER 4840 Kai ADOLPHBYC16261254
35USA 4770 Brooks REED 12321256
36FRA 4383 Enzo BALANGERLa pelle Marseille22161957
37ITA 4748VITTOMarco LANULFIFraglia Vela Malcesine18113160
38SWE 4649MOTHLEY CRüEAxel MUNKBYGKSS24191760
39GER 4080DIE ANDEREMax LUTZKieler Yacht‑Club24211863
40AUS 4819TOMAHAWKSamuel GILMOURRFBYC19252165
41FRA 4720VOLOTEABenoit MARIESNO Nantes23222065
42SWE 4599JULESDanny INKYOVGKSS31182170
43AUT 4634 Michael SCHÖNLEITNERUYCAs21252571
44GBR 4837FLODoug PYBUSQueen Mary Sailing Club15352272
45SUI 4152WILLIAMINEFabrice RIGOTSNG22203173
46ARG 4378TIO EMILIXMario SEGERSCNSI21282473
47FRA 4491FLEXLuc GUIMBERTAUDCNHR27232474
48GBR 4778SHOCKSimon HISCOCKSWeymouth & Portland National Sailing Academy20223476
49IRL 4676WWW.CRYPTOHOUSE.IEAlistair KISSANEHYC14343280
50SWE 4462FREDRIK APPELBERGFredrik APPELBERGKSSS42231984
51GBR 4728 John CLIFTONHayling Island Sailing Club30272784
52GBR 4522WHITE STILLETTOSJosie GLIDDONNSC25322885
53ARG 4632MARíA ROSAFranco GREGGIYacht Club Argentino40212687
54GBR 4492BOUDICCANic STREATFEILDRutland Sailing Club17333989
55NED 4563GHOSTRIDERKalle COSTERSailmon30243589
56AUS 4148 Will RYANGYC33282990
57GBR 4533 Christian HAMILTONNetley Sailing Club26372891
58AUS 4642CAROL BASKINKinley FOWLER 31362592
59GBR 4386 Andy JEFFRIESESSC39302796
60GER 4624FLYING UNICORNFranziska MÄGE 28293996
61GBR 4715 Will VENNIS‑OZANNE 433918100
62AUT 3986BAEPhilipp RAKUSCHANSCAtt293338100
63GBR 4765SALTY DIVAJeremy HARTLEYStokes Bay Sailing Club333532100
64ITA 4832ILLEGALEEnrico SOLERIOYACHT CLUB SANREMO264035101
65POL 4674PEPPA 4Michal KORNESZCZUKYCG323633101
66ESP 4218 Sergi PEREZClub Vela Palamós292746102
67GER 4698SOLENAMichael THIAS 373136104
68CRO 4633 Luka DOGANJK Split462633105
69DEN 4315 Frederik JUST MELSONASK382938105
70FRA 4557100/100 SPORTJean‑Baptiste BERNAZSainte maxime259DNC106
71GBR 4764N/ADavid SMITHWHITEHayling Island Sailing Club343834106
72GBR 4637 Paul GLIDDONNetley Sailing ClubUFD2017109
73ITA 4233 Lisa SCHWEIGERTSegler Verein Wörthsee SVW233851112
74GBR 4590RED1Chris JEEVES 353940114
75CZE 4210 Martin KRSICKAYC CERE383743118
76NZL 4791SHAKE & BAKEJo ALEHKYC603130121
77AUS 4753GOODLUCK MR GORSKYScott WEBSTERRQYS394141121
78GBR 4705RONNIEKyle STONEHAMWPNSABFD2426122
79IRL 4517RATTLERNeil O’TOOLENYC414043124
80SWE 43302FAST2FURIOUSEmil JÄRUDDKSSS34BFD22128
81FRA 4049IRBISPaul HIRTZMANNSNL573437128
82HUN 4040 Zsolt LOVASHUN424245129
83GBR 4100CHOPPERAlexander John Francesco BARONEBewl Sailing Association285250130
84GBR 4719KYLIEPaul JENKINSEastbourne Sovereign Sailing Club474142130
85ITA 4681CATTIVISSIMACLEClelia SESSAVELA LNI ARONA414447132
86USA 4731YIKES!Daniel FLANIGANTiverton Yacht Club564829133
87FRA 4520CONTENDER SAILCLOTHGaetan LE GUILYCF494937135
88AUS 4247 Jack BOUTTELL 494244135
89AUT 4580 Florian KARNUTSCH 524341136
90USA 4862TIME BANDITRiley GIBBSSt. Francis Yacht Club / ABYC434350136
91GBR 3980 Ed REDFEARNBrightlingsea Sailing ClubBFD3036138
92DEN 4372FLUGENTEFrederik Gunnar PETERSENHerrschinger‑Segelclub e.V.364854138
93ESP 4323COCóToni MASSANETRCN Palma366540141
94SLO 4201CHICKEN WINGZLuka TOMORIJK Pirat Portoroz485046144
95GER 4714GREEDY GONZALESMarkus GREBENSTEINSCAI405352145
96GER 3981JUMANJIErnst HELLRIEGELSCLW444556145
97USA 4532 Helena Isabel SCUTTSt Francis YC 534745145
98SWE 4422PALLAKISGöran BOBECKRoyal Swedish Yacht Club474553145
99GER 4451EMILJonas VOGTDTYC455054149
100JPN 4769SHIRASAGIKeita YUKINORI UFD4930151
101GER 4417 Xaver HUBERYCaT/MYC375263152
102GBR 4717 Dom HUTTONStokes Bay Sailing Club604648154
103FRA 3704 Laurent PARISCn Castelnaudary575544156
104NED 3794 Daan VISWV Braassemermeer545151156
105FRA 4214ROUSETTENathan LE GALLIARDASNQ506048158
106GBR 4524 Jon BENNETTNetley Sailing Club445759160
107GBR 4780NEURAL ALPHAJames PHARE BFD4742161
108DEN 4363 Mark SLOTH IBSENMarselisborg Sejlklub555552162
109ESP 4338BITXOTMarc VERDAGUERClub Nàutic L'Escala466156163
110NED 180K‑FORCEYves DE BLOCKWvBreskens615449164
111USA 4595 Chad FREITAS DNC4449165
112FRA 4147ROSEBUDAmpelas VANESSA 595353165
113ITA 4126HANS V.D. KNAAPFrancesco CERINACIRCOLO NAUTICO LA CALETTA585157166
114GER 4398FEAR OF THE DARKMatthias HERMSCLW485862168
115ESP 4856 Tara PACHECO 5146DNC169
116ITA 4756MIAMAGIRAlessandro POGGI D'ANGELOCIRCOLO VELA ARCO545759170
117AUT 4699NOTH SHOREPhilipp HRIBARKyco27DNCDNC171
118FRA 4412 Caroline BOULEYacht Club de Cannes595855172
119FIN 4685IKUALSinem KURTBAYNJK32DNCDNC176
120GBR 4385GRAHAM BRIDLEGraham BRIDLEBRIGHTLINGSEA615660177
121ARG 4810LöWEFederico VILLAMBROSAYCA ‑ Aguila ClubDNC6047179
122IRL 4687CLAIOMHRonan WALLACEWHBTCUFD5455181
123GBR 4669 Steve MCLEANHayling Island Sailing Club586360181
124HUN 4812 Attila BUJÁKYTVSK53DNC57182
125FRA 4135MACH 2Gwénolé BERNARD 626258182
126FRA 4144AFLOBel JEAN NOELSciez5061DNC183
127FRA 3231 Callum WYPERSR Antibes5656DNC184
128GBR 4179BELTERPhilip REESMUMBLES626261185
129SUI 4782‑VAMAVAPhilippe SCHILLERSNG5559DNC186
130GER 4340 Marie ADOLPHDTYC636461188
131BEL 4666SCHEETJEMorgan GOODBrussels Royal Yacht Club45DNCDNC189
132GER 3799BLACK SWANBenjamin GROMANNSCLW646562191
133AUT 4833 Nikolaus RESCHYCVUFD6358193
134AUS 4516GOLDMEMBERNina CURTISRPAYCDNC5963194
135ITA 4543DOWN THE MINEMichele TRIMARCHIMARVELIA51DNCDNC195
136ESP 4860 Diego BOTINReal Club Marítimo de Santander52DNCDNC196
137LUX 3894 André FRIEDERICHYachting Club du LuxembourgDNC64DNC208
138SUI 4733 Ueli MARTIClub Nautique BevaixDNCDNCDNC216
138GBR 4151GEORGIEGIRLDavid CHISHOLMHayling Island Sailing ClubDNCUFDDNC216
138AUT 4354G‑FLIGHTSGert STEINTHALERKYCKDNCDNCDNC216
138USA 4567FLIGHT RISKOle EICHHORNSBYC (Santa Barbara)DNCDNCDNC216
138SWE 4608MAGIC MARINEJonatan BERGSTRÖMGkssDNCDNCDNC216

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