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Last Chance Regatta & Qualified Nations Regatta at French Olympic Week - Overall

by US Sailing Team 27 Apr 10:28 PDT April 21-27, 2024
US Sailing Team at the Last Chance Regatta Hyeres 2024 © Sailing Energy / Lexi Pline / US Sailing

Winds in the high 20s caused an early end to the 55th French Olympic Week. With no medal races, yesterday's scores stand, and US Sailing Team's Charlotte Rose is taking home her first World Cup win of her career in the ILCA 6.

Rose sailed a consistent week with top five finishes in six of her nine races and will collect a gold medal at today's closing ceremony. While she was not the victor of U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Sailing and will not compete at the Olympics this summer, she took the win this week in France against many women who will represent their countries in Marseille very soon.

"I definitely needed a little confidence boost following Trials and this is a really good kickoff for the next quad," said Rose. "I'm really excited and it's already right in line with what I'm planning for my LA28 preparation. I have some time off now to be able to create the foundation I want to create to hit the ground running next year. I'm just really happy and proud of this win."

USST 49er team Andrew Mollerus and Ian MacDiarmid were also scheduled to sail their medal race today but will now keep their 6th overall.

The US will bring home a gold and silver medal and two new Olympic tickets from the closing ceremony of the Last Chance Regatta and French Olympic Week. In addition to Charlotte's gold, Noah Lyons (USST Men's iQFOiL) will collect his Last Chance Regatta silver medal and both Lyons and Markus Edegran (USST Men's Kite) will collect their tickets to Paris 2024.

Final USA Results in the Last Chance Regatta at French Olympic Week

  • Men's iQFOiL - USA 2nd country ranking overall (needed 5th or higher)
    • 2nd - Noah Lyons, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominated Athlete

  • Men's Formula Kite - USA 3rd country ranking overall (needed 5th or higher)
    • 4th - Markus Edegran, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominated Athlete
    • 27th - Adam Keaton

  • ILCA 7 - USA 7th country ranking overall (need 3rd or higher)
    • 7th - Ford McCann, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Selected Athlete
    • 14th - Marshall McCann
    • 20th - Leo Boucher

Final USA Results in the Qualified Nations Regatta at French Olympic Week

  • ILCA 6
    • 1st - Charlotte Rose, US Sailing Team
    • FINAL: 26th - Christina Sakellaris
    • FINAL: 30th - Lilly Myers

  • 49er
    • 6th - Andrew Mollerus & Ian MacDiarmid, US Sailing Team
    • FINAL: 15th - Ian Barrows & Hans Henken, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominated Athletes

  • Mixed 470
    • 11th - Stu McNay, OLY & Lara Dallman-Weiss, OLY, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominated Athletes, 4x Olympian & Tokyo Olympian

  • Women's Formula Kite
    • 15th - Daniela Moroz, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominated Athlete

  • Women's iQFOiL
    • 15th - Dominique Stater, US Sailing Team & Paris 2024 Nominated Athlete

Event website: sof.ffvoile.fr

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