2024 ILCA U21 Europeans day 3 results

Race day 3 report – 2024 ILCA Under 21 Europeans

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The third day of competition of the 2024 ILCA Under 21 European Championships & Open European Trophy concluded today after a long day on water and two new races added to scores.

Hosted by Reial Club Nàutic Port de Pollença in Majorca, Spain, the event has drawn 202 sailors from 36 nations, including 28 from Europe.

As with previous days, proceedings began with a shore postponement. However, once on the water, all three fleets successfully commenced and completed their initial races of the day before the wind subsided. Despite the need to significantly shorten the course for the ILCA 7 blue fleet, the races were completed.

Following a period of waiting on the water, the breeze returned to the course, allowing each fleet to compete in one more race.

With three days of competition and five races completed per fleet, the championship has reached now its halfway point. From tomorrow on, the ILCA 7 fleet will be split into Gold and Silver fleets, while the ILCA 6 remains a single fleet with no changes. The provisional leaders are as follows:


ILCA 6 Championship

Reigning ILCA 6 Women’s Under 21 World champion Eve McMahon IRL (13-6) continues on top of girl’s competition, despite now closely followed two points behind by Lilly May Niezabitowska POL (9-1). Local sailor Marga Perello ESP (18-10) holds the third position with 25 units.

European Top 10 after 5 races

  1. Eve McMahon IRL 14 pt
  2. Lilly May Niezabitowska POL 16 pt
  3. Marga Perello ESP 25 pt
  4. Helena Wolff DEN 28 pt
  5. Claudia Adan Lledo ESP 31 pt
  6. Ginevra Caracciolo ITA 31 pt
  7. Emma Mattivi ITA 32 pt
  8. Alina Shapovalova UKR 40 pt
  9. Pia Conradi GER 48 pt
  10. Adriana Castro Nuñez ESP 56 pt

Full results – ILCA 6


ILCA 7 Championship

German sailor Ole Schweckendiek GER (8-1) managed to secure the ILCA 7 leadership today, heading now the fleet with 15 points.

The second place is now for ascendant Lorenzo Mayer FRA (1-9) with 27. Norwegian Theodor Middelthon NOR (15-3) is third, just one point behind second.

Rem Pulci Magen ISR (15-14) managed to recover the Under 19 leadership today, ranked now fifth overall with 35 points. Overnight U19 leader Luka Zabukovec SLO (18-11) is now second, just 2 points behind the leader. Third U19 place for Filip Jarosiewicz POL with 51 units.

European Top 10 after 5 races

  1. Ole Schweckendiek GER 15 pt
  2. Lorenzo Mayer FRA 27 pt
  3. Theodor Middelthon NOR 28 pt
  4. Enrico Tanferna ITA 32 pt
  5. Rem Pulci Magen ISR 35 pt
  6. Athanasios Kyfidis GRE 36 pt
  7. Luka Zabukovec SLO 37 pt
  8. Bartosz Andrzejak POL 43 pt
  9. Yogev Alcalay ISR 44 pt
  10. Erik Norlen SWE 47 pt

Full results – ILCA 7


Three new races are scheduled for tomorrow, with first warning signal at 12:00. Coaches meeting at 10:00.


How to follow the 2024 ILCA U21 Europeans

Racing will go on until Saturday, the 23rd, when the winners will be announced and presented with prizes during the Closing ceremony.

To ensure you catch every exciting moment on the water, we are streaming all the action through EurILCA’s Instagram and Facebook accounts. Additionally, for the last three days, we’ll provide GPS tracking for live race coverage.

Furthermore, we recommend joining the info channel on Telegram for instant notifications, and subscribing to EurILCA’s newsletter to receive our daily reports, including links to results and photos, directly in your email inbox.

Stay tuned to the event’s website for updates and links to all content aforementioned and distributed across the different platforms.

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Event’s hashtag: #ILCAU21Europeans2024

Keep smiling, keep sailing
The EurILCA Team


Report by Agustín Argüelles – EurILCA | Photos by Thom Touw.

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