It opens with a A very negative day from a blue perspective, Tokyo’s last European Olympic qualifier for 2021 in 49er men and 49erFX women’s doubles.. The first three qualifying regattas for both races took place at Lanzarote today, splitting the crew into ships and facing an average wind of 12 knots in the morning, which became unstable as the afternoon hours passed.
The calendar includes a two-day opening series (always a maximum of three races per day), followed by the General’s’ top 25 who enter the Gold Fleet and compete for victory in the second round of the event. Italy continues to search for five circle passes in both classes, But the event only offers one Olympic card for each event. Irish Robert Dixon and Sean Vadilov (Azuri’s direct rivals to qualify in Tokyo) had a great start at 49 Series, with 7 points even in the general classification after Day 1.
Temporary top 10 Italian crew including Marco Anassi and Eduardo Gamba, Currently in 14th place with 26 points, 8-11-7 at Yellow Ship. Formed by tricolor pairs Simone Ferraris, Gianmarco Togni, 18th with 30 points (16-7-7), and Uberto Crevelly Visconti, Leonardo Chisto, Currently in 20th place with 31 points (7-13-11). Ranked 38th overall Matteo Barrison and Nicola Torcio To 56 points.
As for 49erFXBelgium are effectively in the pass zone, thanks to Isoura Mainhout and Anouk G ഗrt, who are currently seventh in the standings with 21 points. Italy are now far from qualifying, Out of the top 30 with six of our local staff at the end of the first day of competition. Giorgio Favreau with 41 points, Margarita Poroy and Joyce Florida with 31 points (15-9-17 on the Yellow Ship), Jana Germany and Georgia Bertussi (8-22-12 on the Blue Ship with 42 points) and Ariana Pasamondi (43) with 42 points. (11-16-16 in yellow), Carlotta Omari, Matilda DiStefano (17-20-14 in blue), Alexandra Stalder (17-15 in blue), Sylvia Souperi (15-15-22), Sylvia Sikouri and Alice Sinno (43) And in position (22-19-20 in blue).
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