25/10/2018 – FOURTH DAY IN VARKIZA (Greece) TECHNO EURO CHAMPIONSHIPS 293
The day s Ubah spot today and’ started with wind gusts to 40 nodes: for this and’ been called a delay of an hour to give away time to calm down a bit.
All 14.00 the race Committee has sent male fleets in water for some races under extreme conditions of gliding. 2 fast and exciting competitions for juniors, 3 for the Youth. Afterwards the girls were called to 2 races for both fleets, with the wind that reached even the 20 nodes but that was starting to get off. A great contrast to the calm of yesterday.
In The Junior Girls, the Israeli Mika Kafri has maintained a comfortable lead over his pursuers, the Polish Aleksandra Wasiewicz now and’ second ahead of teammate of Kafri, Amit Segev. (Click on chart to enlarge)
Among the Junior Boys no single pilot was never able to establish itself, so it's still pretty all in play the first 3, with Polish Konrad Machura that conquered the first place, then the Italian Alessandro Melis and Briton Boris Shaw still in third.
But it is even more difficult for Youth Girls, with the two leaders in equality, and the other three in a tie, separated only by races best discarded. I'm still the French Manon Pianazza and Sharon Kantor at a disadvantage before the Israeli trio pursuer, the Israelis Daniela Peleg and Naama Greenberg, and the Olympic medal youth la russa Yana Reznikova.
Among the Youth Boys youth Olympics medalist Alexandros Kalpoginnakis did know his local knowledge and his skills as a class, claiming to have won all 3 races to get a good advantage ahead of Daniel Tashtash and Roi Hillel.
source, photo & ranking: International Techno 293 Class Association
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