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Techno 293 World Championship - Finals underway on Garda

A busy fourth day of races for the Techno 293 World Championship in Garda Trentino, with a shining sun and beautiful 14 knotes south wind, the Ora of the northern Garda Lake.


Torbole 293 Garda Trentino World Championship Day 4


U-17 boys

After the first morning race, with a lot of disqualifications due to false-starts, the Gold fleet races again in the afternoon with 67 competitors qualified after the first 6 regattas.

FRA 38 Tom Garandeau leads (1-4-3), 2nd american Geronimo Nores (20-1-11).

Unfortunately bad news for the italians Nicoló and Riccardo Renna. Such a negative day but the fight is however still open; Nicolò is 3rd (17-2-32).

U-17 girls

It’s always Italian supremacy in the U-17 girl class: Giorgia Speciale dominates with a series of first places, followed closely behind by her fellow countrywoman Schirru.

Their advantage grows on Israeli pursuers: 1-1-2 today for Giorgia Speciale (SEF Stamura) and 3-2-1 for Schirru, 19 points away from the greek Divari.

U-15 boys

Two races for U-15 Gold fleet and the usual podium: the Greek Kalpogiannakis at first place, 3 points away from the Israeli Zror and 5 points from the French Ghio.

Two Italians in the top ten: seventh place for the local Alessandro José Tomasi (LNI Riva del Garda – 5-3).

Always better for the european champion Edoardo Tanas (Fraglia Vela Malcesine) who is currently in ninth place with a third and a sixth in today races.

U-15 girls

No division into fleets for U-15 girls category for the smaller number of competitors: at the top the French Gerandeau, 2 points away from the Israeli Geva and 4 points from Wing (Hong Kong) at third place.

Marta Monge (CN Loano) goes back again in fourth position, which is only 5 points from the podium. Matilde Faccio, of the same club, is instead at eleventh place.

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28 October 2016 5:18 GMT


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