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EurILCA Senior European Championships and Open European Trophy 2022 at COYCH Hyeres - Day 5

by EurILCA - ILCA Dinghy Class European Region 20 Nov 2022 13:09 PST 16-22 November 2022
ILCA 6 start - ILCA European Championships © Yepa Photography

We had a fantastic fifth day of racing at the 2022 EurILCA Senior European Championships & Open European Trophy in Hyères, France.

Three new races were held today by all the fleets, with shifty and patchy 8-12 knots of breeze. Many ups and downs made the sailing conditions very tricky for all the 350 competitors, with significant changes in the standings.

The ILCA 7 championship counts now with ten races in total, while the ILCA 6 Women counts with nine. The ILCA 6 Men fleet counts with eight races.

With the last day of competition coming tomorrow, below are the provisional leaders in all four Senior Europeans at stake.

The event will finish tomorrow with three scheduled races for the ILCA 6 Men and Women, and two for the ILCA 7.

Remember you can follow all the three Gold fleets live through the tracking system, see the full results and each day's photo gallery.

Race Day 5 - ILCA 6 Women's Results - Gold Fleet

Consistency is paying off at the ILCA 6 Women's championship, with two sailors now on top of the fleet with 50 points: those are the reigning 2021 Senior European champion Agata Barwisnka POL (2-8-17 today) and the ascendant Marit Bouwmeester NED (8-2-5). The third place is for Maud Jayet SUI (1-6-12) with 52, closely followed by Emma Plasschaert BEL (6--8) with 54. Matilda Nicholls GBR (3-11-14) is fifth with 61 points.

The Open European Trophy's overnight leader Sarah Douglas CAN (22-16-26) is ranked sixth now with 66 points.

Race Day 5 - ILCA 7 Results - Gold Fleet

It was not a good day for the overnight leader and reigning 2021 Senior European champion Michael Beckett GBR (22--2), loosing the top spot for the first time in the event. He's now in the second place but only 2 points behind the new leader Pavlos Kontides CYP (4-3-1) who's counting 32 units.

Finland's Kaarle Tapper FIN (5-23-3) is now third with 50. 7 points after him is Jonatan Vadnai HUN (8--17) on fourth.

Lorenzo Chiavarini ITA (6-17-13) and Sam Whaley GBR (-6-10) are tied in 66 points on places fifth and sixth.

Race Day 5 - ILCA 6 Men's Results

Irish sailor Rocco Wright IRL (1-13-5) recovered the control of the fleet and leads both the overall and Under 21 European championships again with 32 points.

The overnight leader Ben Elvin GBR (25--23) is now third overall with 66.

Georgios Yiasemides CYP (3-11-39) is second on both the overall and U21 championships with 51.

Daniel Cardona Balsa ESP (third U21 sailor) and Mario Novak CRO complete the overall top five with 73 and 77 points respectively.

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