Finn EM – Scarlino – Tag 4

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 Day 4

Results after race 5

Last Updated on Thursday, 22 March 2012 16:49
2012 Finn Open & Junior European Championship
16-24 March 2012 – Club Nautico Scarlino
Overall
Sailed:5, Discards:1, To count:4, Entries:69, Scoring system:Appendix A Rank BowNumber Nat SailNo HelmName Club R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 Total Nett Notes

1st 72 ITA 123 Baldassarri Filippo SV Guardia di Finanza 8.0 (19.0) 5.0 6.0 3.0 41.0 22.0
2nd 66 SLO 573 Zbogar Vasilij JK Burja 1.0 11.0 (18.0) 1.0 10.0 41.0 23.0
3rd 54 ITA 117 Poggi Giorgio SV Guardia di Finanza (17.0) 13.0 1.0 5.0 8.0 44.0 27.0
4th 22 GRE 77 Mitakis Ioannis PSC 13.0 (35.0) 8.0 4.0 2.0 62.0 27.0
5th 44 CRO 524 Gapspic Ivan Kljakovic Y:C. Labud 10.0 8.0 11.0 (12.0) 1.0 42.0 30.0
6th 12 EST 2 Karpak Deniss S4G Karpak Sailing Team 2.0 (38.0) 17.0 10.0 6.0 73.0 35.0
7th 48 AUT 3 Raudaschl Florian UYC Wolfangsee 6.0 4.0 12.0 (30.0) 13.0 65.0 35.0
8th 69 ESP 100 Rafael Trujillo CN La Linea 4.0 1.0 13.0 (21.0) 20.0 59.0 38.0
9th 71 RUS 9 Skornyakov Eduard Moscow SK 3.0 7.0 14.0 (34.0) 14.0 72.0 38.0
10th 84 NED 842 Postma Pieter-Jan APPM/D Lloyd/Gaastra 7.0 6.0 10.0 18.0 (25.0) 66.0 41.0
11th 49 RUS 1 Selivanov Alexey Krasnodar 11.0 22.0 2.0 9.0 (28.0) 72.0 44.0
12th 43 CRO 11 Olujic Josip J.K. Labud 15.0 20.0 (25.0) 3.0 11.0 74.0 49.0
13th 31 TUR 7 Muslubas Akif Istanbul YC 18.0 12.0 15.0 (27.0) 4.0 76.0 49.0
14th 41 GER 151 Miller Matthias WYC 9.0 14.0 6.0 20.0 (26.0) 75.0 49.0
15th 25 UKR 1 Borisov Oleksiy Sevastopol SHVSM 19.0 3.0 7.0 (33.0) 22.0 84.0 51.0
16th 21 SLO 99 Moze Tine JK Jadro Koper (21.0) 9.0 9.0 17.0 16.0 72.0 51.0
17th 9 POL 13 Jodlowski Michal UKS FIR 20.0 (26.0) 16.0 15.0 7.0 84.0 58.0 J
18th 82 TUR 21 Kaynar Alican Fenerbahce SK 16.0 10.0 24.0 8.0 (36.0) 94.0 58.0
19th 63 FRA 29 Le Breton Thomas Fra29 29.0 30.0 4.0 2.0 (33.0) 98.0 65.0
20th 73 AUS 1 Casey Brendan RQYS 12.0 18.0 28.0 7.0 (65.0) 130.0 65.0
21st 6 CZE 1 Maier Michael YCR Roudnice 14.0 (34.0) 19.0 19.0 24.0 110.0 76.0
22nd 24 BUL 855 Vangelov Dimitar Nessebur Yacht Club (23.0) 23.0 20.0 13.0 21.0 100.0 77.0 J
23rd 57 RUS 57 Terpigorev Egor Moscow SS 5.0 28.0 29.0 (35.0) 19.0 116.0 81.0
24th 35 SWE 6 Allansson Bjorn GKSS 25.0 2.0 (36.0) 24.0 32.0 119.0 83.0
25th 74 ITA 2 Buglielli Marco CV Roma 27.0 17.0 (32.0) 25.0 18.0 119.0 87.0
26th 85 NED 83 Hagoort Timo KMJC 24.0 5.0 21.0 (70.0 DNF) 39.0 159.0 89.0
27th 19 CYP 19 Papadoupoulus Haris CYA 34.0 21.0 31.0 (38.0) 9.0 133.0 95.0
28th 59 RUS 711 Petrov Dimitry Drujba 35.0 (46.0) 27.0 29.0 12.0 149.0 103.0
29th 36 IND 11 Johal Nachhatar AYN Mumbai 22.0 (41.0) 37.0 41.0 5.0 146.0 105.0
30th 15 UKR 5 Gusenko Andrii OSHVSM 41.0 31.0 (57.0) 22.0 15.0 166.0 109.0
31st 18 RUS 6 Kistanov Arkadiy Moscow SS 47.0 29.0 (50.0) 16.0 17.0 159.0 109.0 J
32nd 27 AUS 2 McMillan Rob RPAYC 31.0 24.0 (70.0 DNF) 11.0 45.0 181.0 111.0
33rd 20 SLO 5 Vincec Gasper JDF Slovenija (70.0 OCS) 16.0 3.0 44.0 51.0 184.0 114.0
34th 4 CZE 81 Hrncal Tomas YC Pardubice 30.0 (36.0) 35.0 26.0 31.0 158.0 122.0 J
35th 14 LTU 7 Rymonis Tauras LFA 33.0 42.0 26.0 (47.0) 23.0 171.0 124.0
36th 83 DEN 46 Andresen Kaspar Aarhus Sejlklub 42.0 33.0 30.0 (63.0) 27.0 195.0 132.0
37th 23 UKR 9 Sadchykov Anton Sevastopol 32.0 (54.0) 22.0 40.0 40.0 188.0 134.0
38th 58 RUS 111 Yanitsky Andrey Drujba (70.0 OCS) 15.0 41.0 51.0 30.0 207.0 137.0 J
39th 37 IRL 4 Hamilton Ross Royal Irish YC 38.0 (62.0) 43.0 14.0 53.0 210.0 148.0
40th 68 RUS 91 Sivenkov Viacheslav Moscow SS 26.0 (61.0) 38.0 39.0 50.0 214.0 153.0 J
41st 34 HUN 728 Haidekker Elemer AYC 37.0 39.0 49.0 (64.0) 29.0 218.0 154.0 J
42nd 64 FRA 99 Des Beauvais Marc Allain SNO Nantes (54.0) 43.0 46.0 32.0 35.0 210.0 156.0
43rd 40 GRE 111 Boudouris Anastasios Olympiakos 56.0 32.0 42.0 28.0 (64.0) 222.0 158.0
44th 94 TUR 35 Kuyumcu Efe CYK (70.0 OCS) 25.0 48.0 45.0 42.0 230.0 160.0
45th 67 ITA 67 Bucciarelli Gino CV Roma 36.0 (64.0) 51.0 36.0 38.0 225.0 161.0
46th 7 CZE 11 Deutscher Patrik YCR Roudnice nad Labem 44.0 50.0 (52.0) 31.0 37.0 214.0 162.0 J
47th 10 POL 1 Wojewski Milosz SEJK Pogon Szczecin (70.0 OCS) 47.0 23.0 23.0 70.0 DNF 233.0 163.0 J
48th 102 DEN 210 Nielsen Henrik Elmer Ishoej Sail Club 43.0 44.0 (47.0) 37.0 41.0 212.0 165.0
49th 45 CRO 671 Bilic Tudor J.K Trogir 49.0 48.0 33.0 42.0 (52.0) 224.0 172.0
50th 8 POL 11 Malag Maciej KSS Warszawa 45.0 (57.0) 34.0 52.0 44.0 232.0 175.0 J
51st 61 ITA 872 Menoni Nicola CV Gargnano 40.0 37.0 (70.0 DSQ) 43.0 58.0 248.0 178.0
52nd 62 GBR 18 Hadden James Mountbatten SC (70.0 OCS) 40.0 44.0 50.0 46.0 250.0 180.0 J
53rd 87 GER 51 Tacchino Iacopo YC Italiano 28.0 55.0 45.0 (62.0) 56.0 246.0 184.0
54th 75 GER 165 Meid Dirk SCLM 39.0 (66.0) 55.0 49.0 47.0 256.0 190.0
55th 65 SUI 63 Gautschi Thomas YCB 48.0 (58.0) 53.0 46.0 43.0 248.0 190.0
56th 38 GRE 71 Davourlis Panagiotis NCPF 62.0 56.0 (64.0) 48.0 34.0 264.0 200.0
57th 33 HUN 127 Haidekker Peter AYC 55.0 45.0 54.0 (57.0) 48.0 259.0 202.0
58th 30 GER 65 Kreiss Stefan Steinberger YC 50.0 27.0 56.0 (70.0 DNF) 70.0 DNC 273.0 203.0
59th 55 FRA 114 Morel Thomas Cannes (59.0) 52.0 39.0 53.0 59.0 262.0 203.0 J
60th 17 RUS 17 Kravchenko Vasiliy Moscow Finn Ass. 52.0 53.0 (60.0) 54.0 49.0 268.0 208.0
61st 47 BUL 77 Nedyalkov Valentin YSC Nesebar 51.0 49.0 (59.0) 58.0 54.0 271.0 212.0
62nd 50 RUS 41 Denikaev Felix Moscow Finn Ass. 53.0 51.0 58.0 55.0 (60.0) 277.0 217.0
63rd 80 ITA 13 Cisbani Paolo CV Portocivitanova 46.0 63.0 (70.0 OCS) 56.0 57.0 292.0 222.0
64th 79 ITA 79 Matteucci Fabio SV Marina Militare Anzio 60.0 (65.0) 40.0 65.0 63.0 293.0 228.0 J
65th 5 GER 188 Kluegel Michael Salzsitter 58.0 60.0 (61.0) 60.0 55.0 294.0 233.0
66th 60 RUS 7 Novikov Alexander MACF 57.0 (67.0) 65.0 61.0 61.0 311.0 244.0
67th 3 GER 141 Stoeckmann Lars Salzsitter 63.0 59.0 63.0 (67.0) 66.0 318.0 251.0
68th 1 NOR 34 Foerland Stein Moss SF 61.0 (68.0) 62.0 66.0 62.0 319.0 251.0
69th 39 GRE 1 Boudouris Anastasios Junior Olympiakos 64.0 (69.0) 66.0 59.0 67.0 325.0 256.0 J

 

Race 4   – Matthias   20 – Postma 18 – Trujillo 21

Race 5 – Matthias   26 – Postma 25 – Trujillo 20

🙂

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Finn focus at the 2012 European Championship, Scarlino

Wins for Zbogar and Gaspic in Scarlino, but Baldassari leads

Another mixed up day at the 2012 Finn Europeans in Scarlino, Italy brought wins for Slovenia and Croatia, but Italy ended the day in pole position. A second race win for Vasilij Zbogar (SLO) and and a first win for Ivan Klajkovic Gaspic (CRO) significantly improved their championship chances, but it is Filippo Baldassari (ITA) who holds a narrow overnight lead into Friday’s final opening series races. Zbogar is in second, while Giorgio Poggi (ITA) is in third.
The fleet had another long wait on the water before race four could get under way. Eventually the committee boat moved further offshore where a nice 7-8 knot wind was waiting. After a general recall it got away under black flag. The left side seemed to be favoured with reigning Junior European Champion Josip Olujic (CRO) rounding ahead of Thomas Le Breton (FRA), Alican Kaynar (TUR) and Giorgio Poggi (ITA).
Le Breton took the lead on the first downwind and looked to have the race win in the bag, still leading with just 100 metres to the finish. But Vasilij Zbogar (SLO) had gone wide to the right on the final downwind and came in with a nice shift to win by less than a boatlength. Olujic crossed in third.
Race five got under way after the mandatory general recall and black flag with lots of different faces leading at the top mark. First round was Eduard Skornyakov (RUS) from Johal Nachhatar (IND), Ioannis Mitakis (GRE) and Florian Raudaschl (AUT). Mitakis took a narrow lead downwind to round the opposite gate almost level with Nachhatar.
Everything changed on the second beat, with much more pressure on the right. Ivan Kljakovic Gaspic (CRO) rounded about tenth and took a long port tack before crossing back in front of the entire fleet. Mitakis on the left just recovered enough to round in second. Kljakovic Gaspic extended downwind in the lightening breeze to pick up the race win, while Mitakis just held off the fast approaching Flippo Baldassari (ITA).
A third race was attempted but was abandoned half way up the first beat as the wind started to finally fade away.
The results after five races look like a different regatta to yesterday. The top three this morning are now 8, 9 and 10 after some shocking results; overnight leader Rafael Trujillo (ESP) picked up a 21 and 20 to drop to eighth. But a string of consistent results has moved Baldassari from tenth to first, Zbogar rises from eighth to second and Poggi climbs from ninth to third.
In the juniors, Michal Jodlowski (POL) has extended his lead to 19 points after an excellent seventh in race five, while Dimitar Vangelov (BUL) has consolidated with two more great results to stay in second. Meanwhile, Junior World Champion, Arkadiy Kistanov (RUS) had a better day to climb to third, some 32 point further back.
Kljakovic Gaspic summed up his day, „It’s been a crazy week so far. Really bad for me. Everything that can go wrong has gone wrong, so I hope that’s my bad luck for the whole year.”
On his race win, „I saw on the downwind a bit more pressure over on the right and when we rounded I saw the bearing was from the left. I was basically clear on the right, no one was near me. I just has the Turkish guy but half way up he tacked and I was clear so when I looked, I decided I had nothing to lose. I didn’t want another tenth, so I had to take chances and I hoped for a big right shift, but what happened was just pure breeze and I think the left lost it for a few minutes and I just made up the distance.”
„There’s still a few races to go and everything is possible. The points are very close, and everyone is high on points. So I’ll never give up and will sail my best until the end.”
The distinctly un-European Nachhatar was really pleased with his day, „I have been trying for good starts but, I have been struggling when it’s under 5-6 knots and choppy, but when the race started it was 8 knots and I think I was set up perfectly for those conditions. I had a good start, but I think I peeled off at the right time. I started from the left but then I tacked and ducked two boats and then I was crossing everyone else so I kept on going, and then just played the shifts. But the tough part was the downwind, I was hoping to hold and I am so happy I managed to do that. That was nice but on the second beat I played conservatively and dropped a few boats.”
„But fifth or 15th doesn’t matter so much to me. I am just happy with the work that I have done in the last month with Gasper and Rafa in La Linea. That’s what I am really happy with. We trained there for a month. I am not worried about my results here, just that the feeling in the boat is better; that’s more important for me than the regatta.”
After winning his second race Zbogar commented, „I feel a little bit better than yesterday as I made a few big mistakes yesterday. But today the boat was going a bit better especially when the wind picked up a little bit. The sail and the setting was incredible and the boat was very fast.”
„In the first race it was a very close finish. When I got some wind I was flying and I was very confident I could pass Thomas. I already had a yellow flag so I had to be very careful, I was very still and didn’t move anything, but I was confident I could pass him. Then in the second race the last downwind was really light. I was in about sixth and I ended up tenth after the wind dropped and I thought we were not going to finish the race but it’s good we had two races today.”
„There are a lot of guys very close now, so I just need to sail a good race and try to let the others make bigger mistakes than me.”
Le Breton admitted, „I was just focussing on my speed and Vasilij was a bit more on the right and had some good wind down to the line. I was a bit in trouble with the Croatian behind me, but it’s OK. Second place in a shifty wind like that is a good place. It’s not super easy in these conditions.
You have to be really focussed, but I have not been very consistent.”
Former double Junior European Champion Mitakis had a great day to moved up to fourth overall, „I had a good day today, but it was more about luck I think. The weather was really shifty. In both races I started on the pin and with good speed., and after some while I tacked over in good breeze. In the second race I was first through the gate and on the upwind I went to the left and it seems there was big right shift, but I got some breeze at the end and rounded in second behind Bambi. It would be nice to have some better conditions.”
The new regatta leader Baldassari said, „It was another day of very shifty and gusty conditions. I am really happy with my results and hope to continue like this.”
Friday is the final day of the opening series, with three more races possible. With five races, the sailors now have a discard and the medal race will be sailed on Saturday for the top ten, while the rest of the fleet will sail a final race.
Follow the racing on the live blog each day at https://www.finneuropeans.org/ec2012/index.php/news-blog with Twitter feed from the media team and the sailors, photos, videos and much more. All you need to know in one place.
Full results at: https://www.finneuropeans.org/ec2012/index2.php?Itemid=6

Quelle: finnclass.org

 

 

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