At the end of this 4 Tuscan days, After 5 scoreboards, In the women's category wins a well-found Flavia Tartaglini, followed by the Italian adoption French Celine Bordier and Simona Cristofori.
Luca Pacitto wins in category A, followed by Francesco Pavolini and Luca Frascari.
Marco Costagli wins in category B, followed by Nicola Spadea and Andrea Papa. (Click on chart to enlarge)
The first place in category C goes to Alessandro Torzoni, followed by Giampaolo Fantozzi and Finland's Juha Blinnikka.
The first place in category D goes to Paco Cottone, followed by Peppe Barone and Michele Mariotti.
The long distance sees first absolute Flavia Tartaglini, second Luca Pacitto and third Luca Franscari from category A. Marco Costagli the first in category B, Francesco Bianchi the first Junior, Paco Cottone the first in category D and Juha Blinnikka the first in category C.
Here is a report by one of the participants:
“The 46th National Windsurfer Championship was held in Cala Galera from 17 to the 20 September 2020.
About 150 competitors from all over Italy and some foreigners from France, Finland and South Africa, they battled to win the title of Italian champion in the course race specialties, Long distance and freestyle.
Beautiful beach location next to Cala Galera, environment as always cheerful and fun while complying with the anti Covid rules.
A total of five rounds were played with a gap. On the first day there were three wind tests between the 18 and the 25 nodes, where strong wind specialists were highlighted. On the second day, two rounds were held, the first with light wind and the second with 20 nodes. Net of the gap below, the rankings.
The freestyle specialty was held on Saturday with very light wind. About 20 participants for a classic Windsurfer specialty, seen with an enthusiasm from a large array of audiences from the beach
First place was the Roman Carola De Fazio author of an outstanding performance in partnership with her daughter. Among the men wins Nicola spadea beating Giovanni Di Stefano by a few tenths. South African Stephan Louw third.
Starting line of 400 m to allow alignment 150 regattas and start to rabbit behind the dinghy. Light wind and seven miles to travel between Cala Galera and the tip of Ansedonia. After almost two hours, the bell of arrival on the beach, Flavia Tartaglini, rings first, that puts the whole fleet in line. Luca Pacitto prevails among men at the photofinish on Luca Frascari.
At the end of the award ceremony on the beach organized by the CNVA Silver Sailing Naval Club, with the funny comments of the two exceptional speakers Riccardo Baita and Rob Hoffman.
Once again, the growth in quantity and quality of the Windsurfer class is confirmed, now the largest on the national and international scene.”
source: Classe Windsurfer
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