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2021 Redoro Frantoi Veneti International Moth Worlds at Lake Garda - Day 4

by Moth Worlds 6 Sep 2021 12:00 PDT 31 August - 7 September 2021

Five races were held in a variable Ora wind, which tested the technical skills of the athletes, but the script has not changed. Slingsby is still perfect, Phil Robertson has broken into the top 5 and Checco Bruni has climbed back to sixth.

There were different conditions for the "Redoro Frantoi Veneti" Moth World Championship. The weakest Ora of the past few days forced the athletes to squeeze the most out of their boats. The last race of the day was particularly complex with the waning wind on Lake Garda.

The sailors of the Silver fleet descended into the water in front of the Fraglia Vela Malcesine at 3pm in order to give the breeze time to stabilize. After two tight races the fleet leadership changed, with Philipp Hribar from Austria in the lead. Second, and losing one place, Frederik Just Melson from Denmark and Luka Dogan is in third, also losing a position.

Among the Gold fleet, first position remains occupied by the phenomenon Tom Slingsby from Australia on 10 points with three first places today. Second, now 24 points behind, is Iain Jensen, also from Australia, with a fifth place today and two sub-par races to be dropped. Nathan Outteridge closes out the podium, confirming an all-Australian top 3.

It was a positive day for the Italians racing: Checco Bruni climbs up to sixth position and Ruggero Tita earns a spot to put himself in fifth place. Simone Salvà, athlete of the Fraglia Vela Malcesine, consolidated his top 10 position with an excellent day.

Paul Goodison said: "Fun day on Lake Garda, with perfect conditions for the first two races. The last was complicated with a weakening Ora. I did a lot of low-riding which, with the new mast following yesterday's accident, did not help me much. I almost beat Tom Slingsby in the second race, which would have been nice, but he's going really fast"

The day ends at Speck Stube Malcesine, a social event that closes this second day of the finals of the "Redoro Frantoi Veneti" Moth World Championship.

On Tuesday the warning signal is at 8am for the Gold fleet with ideally two races scheduled, followed by two races for the Silver. If the conditions allow, further races will take place in the afternoon.

Results after Day 4: (full results can be found here)

PosSail NoBoat NameHelmClubQ1Q2Q3Q4Q5Q6F7F8F9F10F11F12Pts
1AUS 1JOHNNY DRAMATom SLINGSBYGosford sailing club‑111111‑21111110
2AUS 4739CPSCIain JENSENWASC11141171035‑12‑2034
3AUS 4629MACH 2.6Nathan OUTTERIDGEWangi Sailing Club‑932354652‑166743
4NZL 4740 Phil ROBERTSONRNZYS/GKSS466636‑1534‑123243
7AUS 2BLOOD EAGLEKyle LANGFORDGKSS2292421‑18713‑16648
8GBR 4823FOMOPaul GOODISONCVT23312210DNCRDG42‑2551.6
9ITA 4689UCCIOSUPPORTSimone SALVÀFraglia Vela Malcesine548283‑1441010‑191367
10GBR 4817 David HIVEYWeymouth & Portland National Sailing Academy465679119‑301415‑2786
11GBR 4853JESSDylan FLETCHERWPNSA655RET710186‑20720387
12AUS 9 Thomas JOHNSONKDY‑351071014‑20971367487
13FRA 4775GROUPE REELAymeric ARTHAUDSRA31434281214‑2820‑63989
14ITA 4448 Francesco BIANCHIYACHTING CLUB TORRI11495478DNCRET24131196
15USA 6UFOBradley FUNK 11710794‑1913‑221591297
16HKG 4805LIBERTY BITCOIN FUNDNicolai JACOBSENRoyal Hong Kong Yacht Club78713911‑2986‑212117107
17ITA 4588 Jacopo PLAZZI MARZOTTOCIRCOLO CANOTTIERI ANIENE9128810623‑359‑251710112
18ITA 4724MANTA MOTHGian Maria FERRIGHIFRAGLIA VELA RIVA8174191555‑44‑33171414118
19GER 4763BBS AUTOMATION I MPC I ALLGEIERPhilipp BUHLSCAI / NRV18761012516122118‑24‑23125
20AUS 4718ZLATANDavid GILMOURRFBYC/GKSS12131115131621‑31111110‑30133
21POL 4831 Robert GRACZYKMikolajki10914DNC8313DNC34192224156
22USA 4768MONGOOSERichard DIDHAMABYC2012155571724438‑47‑47156
23GBR 4826 Eddie BRIDLEBRIGHTLINGSEA311111116DPI‑311523‑302719158
24NZL 4744 Mike BULLOTMurrays Bay Sailing Club7181691212222219‑37‑2626163
25ITA 4641 Fabio FUMAGALLIMARVELIA141513171614241712‑4725‑29167
26GBR 4546 Alex ADAMS 191013131817‑3320182618‑38172
27AUS 4819TOMAHAWKSamuel GILMOURRFBYC1925212315203516‑36‑40818200
28ITA 4741 Lorenzo DE FELICEREALE Y.C.CANOTTIERI SAVOIA151315BFD211325‑5014332922200
29GER 4665ELLIMaximilian MÄGEBYC131523122618‑6319163631‑42209
30IRL 4747 Ewan MCMAHONHowth Yacht Club131414201414363741‑43‑5836239
31FRA 4720VOLOTEABenoit MARIESNO Nantes232220‑4622242730‑3893732246
32GBR 4637 Paul GLIDDONNetley Sailing ClubBFD20171517192836243934‑43249
33GER 4668ALFEAFabian GIELENLSC651081016DNCDNCDNC424933251
34FRA 4383 Enzo BALANGERLa pelle Marseille2216191221273421‑473841‑52251
35GBR 4715 Will VENNIS‑OZANNE 433918401192029‑5827‑5716252
36GBR 4705RONNIEKyle STONEHAMWPNSABFD242611171026414634‑5321256
37AUS 4642CAROL BASKINKinley FOWLER 3136251661537‑544223‑5228259
38GER 4840 Kai ADOLPHBYC16261224181749‑5317‑633844261
39ITA 4638ZETA RACINGEnrico ZENNARO 1719162225234727‑604130‑60267
40FRA 4557100/100 SPORTJean‑Baptiste BERNAZSainte maxime259DNC21192239‑5135353331269
41GBR 4728 John CLIFTONHayling Island Sailing Club3027271424253033‑502932‑40271
42ITA 4606NNFabio MAZZETTICIRCOLO VELA ARCO16162016192542494832DNCDNC283
43AUT 4634 Michael SCHÖNLEITNERUYCAs212525202019404725‑5046‑54288
44USA 4770 Brooks REED 12321232112448DNC‑61314345290
45FRA 4491FLEXLuc GUIMBERTAUDCNHR272324283435382815‑5140‑53292
46SWE 4649MOTHLEY CRüEAxel MUNKBYGKSS2419173022295148‑592239‑62301
47ESP 4860 Diego BOTINReal Club Marítimo de Santander52DNCDNC92411443240DNC515304
48SUI 4152WILLIAMINEFabrice RIGOTSNG222031172052322629‑62‑6055304
49GER 4080DIE ANDEREMax LUTZKieler Yacht‑Club242118232726‑6725‑53454851308
50SWE 4599JULESDanny INKYOVGKSS311821222923‑665849DNC2837316
51IRL 4676WWW.CRYPTOHOUSE.IEAlistair KISSANEHYC14343232BFD22454026‑593541321
52ARG 4632MARíA ROSAFranco GREGGIYacht Club Argentino402126242928‑5823324855‑64326
53ITA 4748VITTOMarco LANULFIFraglia Vela Malcesine1811311956DNC4356314423‑65332
54SWE 43302FAST2FURIOUSEmil JÄRUDDKSSS34BFD22212315503944‑543650334
55AUS 4148 Will RYANGYC332829333834‑543427‑524239337
57GBR 4386 Andy JEFFRIESESSC393027263221‑6438‑62286257360
58ARG 4378TIO EMILIXMario SEGERSCNSI2128242530UFD‑564254494456373
59GBR 4522WHITE STILLETTOSJosie GLIDDONNSC253228263936524639‑5554‑63377
60JPN 4769SHIRASAGIKeita YUKINORI UFD4930183129535537‑645034386
61GBR 4765SALTY DIVAJeremy HARTLEYStokes Bay Sailing Club333532354434‑624545‑615146400
62GBR 4837FLODoug PYBUSQueen Mary Sailing Club15352236283065575660DNCDNC404
63ITA 4832ILLEGALEEnrico SOLERIOYACHT CLUB SANREMO26403538353159‑605746‑6448415
64AUT 3986BAEPhilipp RAKUSCHANSCAtt293338314040‑6143555356‑59418
65NZL 4791SHAKE & BAKEJo ALEHKYC‑6031302833395752DNC564549420
67GBR 4778SHOCKSimon HISCOCKSWeymouth & Portland National Sailing Academy20223434262155DNCDNCDNCDNCDNC428
68GBR 4533 Christian HAMILTONNetley Sailing Club26372845DNC3241‑5952575958435
69POL 4674PEPPA 4Michal KORNESZCZUKYCG32363327363760DNCDNC586161441
71USA 4862TIME BANDITRiley GIBBSSt. Francis Yacht Club / ABYC434451141318DNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC471
72AUT 4699NOTH SHOREPhilipp HRIBARKyco27DNCDNC3328319152  136
73DEN 4315 Frederik JUST MELSONASK‑3829383137‑4021416  158
74CRO 4633 Luka DOGANJK Split‑462633DNS3442631015  169
75ESP 4218 Sergi PEREZClub Vela Palamós2927‑463939‑42125811  170
76GBR 3980 Ed REDFEARNBrightlingsea Sailing ClubBFD303630‑4138162121  174
77GBR 4764N/ADavid SMITHWHITEHayling Island Sailing Club343834‑4035‑39461221  184
78GER 4698SOLENAMichael THIAS 373136‑38‑383832777  186
79GBR 4717 Dom HUTTONStokes Bay Sailing Club‑6046‑48364732110413  189
80GER 4624FLYING UNICORNFranziska MÄGE 282939UFDBFD44194620  189
81USA 4532 Helena Isabel SCUTTSt Francis YC ‑53‑474534333777344  201
82ITA 4233 Lisa SCHWEIGERTSegler Verein Wörthsee SVW2338‑512940‑432681126  201
83GBR 4492BOUDICCANic STREATFEILDRutland Sailing Club17333951‑59DNC1021355  220
84FRA 4049IRBISPaul HIRTZMANNSNL‑5734374942495‑5033  222
85IRL 4517RATTLERNeil O’TOOLENYC4140‑43‑4642432919225  241
86USA 4731YIKES!Daniel FLANIGANTiverton Yacht Club‑56‑482937433318393810  247
87CZE 4210 Martin KRSICKAYC CERE38374342‑4636‑60122118  247
88AUT 4580 Florian KARNUTSCH ‑52434144‑48458301723  251
89FIN 4685IKUALSinem KURTBAYNJK32DNCDNC4351492818922  252
90AUS 4753GOODLUCK MR GORSKYScott WEBSTERRQYS39‑424139303311DNC2832  253
91GER 4417 Xaver HUBERYCaT/MYC3741‑463543‑4725293216  258
92USA 4595 Chad FREITAS DNC4449‑6050462123198  260
93GBR 4780NEURAL ALPHAJames PHARE BFD4842‑5237283728319  260
94ESP 4323COCóToni MASSANETRCN Palma366540UFD32262226UFD14  261
95GBR 4590RED1Chris JEEVES 353940‑41414141918‑54  264
96AUS 4247 Jack BOUTTELL ‑4942444346451417‑4917  268
97ITA 4681CATTIVISSIMACLEClelia SESSAVELA LNI ARONA4145484144‑51301314‑56  276
98SLO 4201CHICKEN WINGZLuka TOMORIJK Pirat Portoroz48‑51473748‑5020162541  282
99GBR 4100CHOPPERAlexander John Francesco BARONEBewl Sailing Association28525053‑57‑5636202029  288
100NED 3794 Daan VISWV Braassemermeer‑5452527‑635339322933  297
101BEL 4666SCHEETJEMorgan GOODBrussels Royal Yacht Club45DNCDNC4247461515UFD25  307
102GBR 4719KYLIEPaul JENKINSEastbourne Sovereign Sailing Club4741424445484411DNCDNC  322
103SUI 4733 Ueli MARTIClub Nautique BevaixDNCDNCDNC48494417223635  323
104DEN 4363 Mark SLOTH IBSENMarselisborg Sejlklub‑555552‑58554823362628  323
105FRA 4214ROUSETTENathan LE GALLIARDASNQ50604957DNCDNC40351519  325
107SWE 4422PALLAKISGöran BOBECKRoyal Swedish Yacht Club47465455‑58‑5938252440  329
108GER 4451EMILJonas VOGTDTYC455054‑6254‑5532332734  329
109GER 3981JUMANJIErnst HELLRIEGELSCLW4445‑564851‑5442512337  341
110HUN 4040 Zsolt LOVASHUN424345475254DNCDNC3031  344
111FRA 3704 Laurent PARISCn Castelnaudary‑5755445450‑6034403336  346
112FRA 4520CONTENDER SAILCLOTHGaetan LE GUILYCF495037‑5453523153UFD27  352
113FRA 3231 Callum WYPERSR Antibes5656DNC5249DNC33344230  352
114GER 4398FEAR OF THE DARKMatthias HERMSCLW4858‑625562611331UFD42  370
115GER 4714GREEDY GONZALESMarkus GREBENSTEINSCAI40535356‑62‑5727475253  381
116ESP 4856 Tara PACHECO 5147DNC5157DNC35414557  384
117ESP 4338BITXOTMarc VERDAGUERClub Nàutic L'Escala46‑615753‑585349443947  388
118GBR 4524 Jon BENNETTNetley Sailing Club44‑57‑6050535548425046  388
119FRA 4147ROSEBUDAmpelas VANESSA 595353‑6656582445UFD43  391
120DEN 4372FLUGENTEFrederik Gunnar PETERSENHerrschinger‑Segelclub e.V.3649556166DNC4738DNC44  396
121FRA 4135MACH 2Gwénolé BERNARD ‑62‑625949616245434039  398
122ARG 4810LöWEFederico VILLAMBROSAYCA ‑ Aguila ClubDNC604750UFD5157DNC4324  404
123AUS 4516GOLDMEMBERNina CURTISRPAYCDNC59‑6359595643483749  410
124ITA 4756MIAMAGIRAlessandro POGGI D'ANGELOCIRCOLO VELA ARCO54575959‑64‑6051554438  417
125GBR 4669 Steve MCLEANHayling Island Sailing Club58‑6361DNC545852464745  421
126FRA 4412 Caroline BOULEYacht Club de Cannes59585658‑60‑6250374859  425
127NED 180K‑FORCEYves DE BLOCKWvBreskens61545047524156DNCDNCDNC  433
129GBR 4385GRAHAM BRIDLEGraham BRIDLEBRIGHTLINGSEA‑61566057BFD5753495450  436
130IRL 4687CLAIOMHRonan WALLACEWHBTCUFD5455644550UFDDNC4651  437
131AUT 4833 Nikolaus RESCHYCVUFD63586336DNC61565352  442
132GER 4340 Marie ADOLPHDTYC6364625661DNC54DNC3561  456
133SUI 4782‑VAMAVAPhilippe SCHILLERSNG5559DNCBFD6063595455DNC  477
134GBR 4179BELTERPhilip REESMUMBLES62626165DNC61DNCDNC5148  482
135GER 3799BLACK SWANBenjamin GROMANNSCLW64‑6563BFD656458525660  482
139LUX 3894 André FRIEDERICHYachting Club du LuxembourgDNC64DNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC  568

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