Nice sailing conditions today in Medemblik, Netherlands, where 2017 Radial Youth World Championships have completed second day of competition.
Consistent 10 knot wind and sunny skies allowed all 6 fleets completing their scheduled races.
Q3 and Q4 were added to scores now so we’re in half of Qualifying series.
A persistent left shift moved across the IJsselmeer throughout the day, causing multiple general recalls and postponements for course and starting line adjustments in every fleet.
Significant changes applied in top of Men and Women rankings, both headed now by European sailors.
2017 Laser Radial Youth World Championships – Day 2 results – Women
European sailors holds 9 of 10 first spots now, only interrupted by Uruguayan Dolores Moreira URU (5-
12-2-4) in 5th.
Fleet is led now by Julia Buesselberg GER (
4-1-1-2), but draw in 4 points with previous leader Lin Pletikos SLO (1-2-1- 6).
Third place overall and first U17 for Matilda Nicholls GBR (
9-1-2-4) with 7 units. Hannah Anderssohn GER (3- 11-4-3) is in fourth with 10.
Laura Schewe GER and Justine Van Tongel BEL are ranked 6th and 7th overall with 17 units.
19 points for Emma Savelon NED and Valeria Lomatchenko RUS in 8th and 9th.
Laila Van Der Meer NED completes provisional Top 10 World rank with 20 units.
2017 Laser Radial Youth World Championships – Day 2 results – Men
Fantastic day for Italian sailor Guido Gallinaro ITA (
14-1-1-1), winning both races today and leading now Men’s World Championship with 3 points, followed by Matias Dietrich ARG (1-3-3- 6) and Caelin Winchcombe AUS (3-1-3- 26) with 7.
8 points for Gregoire Peverelli SUI (
12-5-2-1) and Maor Ben Harosh ISR (2-3-3- 30) in 4th and 5th.
Anastasios Panagiotidis GRE is 6th overall with 9 units.
Dimitris Papadimitriou GRE, Lorenzo Masetti ITA and Daniil Krutskikh RUS are also among Top 10, occupying 8th to 10th places respectively.
U17 Men’s competition is led by Josh Armit NZL with 11 points and ranked 7th overall.