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SPORTS – SAILING 3.0 FOILING WEEK 2022

  • On garda in late June, the week of the flying boats
  • The foiling film festival, first edition
  • Forums and conferences with Terry Hutchinson, Clarisse Cremer, Dave Kalama, and Julia Mancuso
  • #backthebid with World Sailing to bring paralympic sailing back to the Los Angeles games

From June 30 to July 3, Malcesine on Lake Garda will host the FOILING WEEK, the premier event for sailors, technicians, and sailing 3.0 enthusiasts from around the world.
For the ninth time in Italy, doing the honors will be the Fraglia Vela Malcesine, a club that has in its DNA the creation of regattas of excellence and where Olympic classes have always been trained and boats destined to make sailing history are tested.

Big news 2022 is the first edition of the Foiling Film Festival, which will take place over two evenings at the Palazzo dei Capitani in Malcesine and will feature some of the best international Foiling-themed film productions in competition.

As a traditional proponent of historic social responsibility actions, this year FOILING WEEK supports #BacktheBid, the campaign to raise awareness for the reintroduction of sailing at the Los Angeles 2028 Paralympics promoted globally by World Sailing (World Sailing Federation).

“FOILING WEEK 2022 is the first one as a Special Event and it is precisely within the framework of common goals with World Sailing that we decided to dedicate the event to the reinstatement of sailing among the paralympic disciplines. FOILING WEEK has a long history of collaborations and initiatives on this issue and we believe it is essential for the future of sailing that Paralympic sailors can compete at LA2028” Luca Rizzotti, President FOILING WEEK.

 

PROGRAM

Regattas
Fraglia Vela Malcesine, June 30-July 3.
International Regattas of the classes: Moth, WASZP, ETF26, Wingfoil.
Registration closes on June 28. Methods of participation and memberships at https://www.fragliavela.org/

 

Public Trials
Fraglia Vela Malcesine, June 30-July 3.
Also this year, as per tradition, the FOILING WEEK staff will offer newcomers and less experienced sailors the possibility of assisted trials divided into fast trials with Switch, Peacoq and UFO manufacturers, and trials organized by Europa Sail with Waszp and with Andrew Simpson Watersport Center of  Campione with UFOs and Windfoils lasting 90 minutes.

 

Forums and conferences
Fraglia Vela Malcesine, June 30-July 2.
Meetings, in-person and streamed, with influential members of the foiling community including Terry Hutchinson (American America’s Cup and TP52 sailor), Clarisse Cremer (Vendee Globe solo sailor from France), Dave Kalama (Hawaiian legend big wave surfer and innovator), and Julia Mancuso (American Olympic skiing Gold Medalist and surf/wing foiler), aamong many others to better understand the state of the art of sailing 3.0. Moderated by sailing journalist and New York Times correspondent Chris Museler.

 

Women Foiling Experience
Fraglia Vela Malcesine, June 28-July 3.
Following the Women Briefings and Moth Clinics in 2021, FOILING WEEK extends the program dedicated to women sailors to 6 days of testing and sailing, joined by coaches, entirely free of charge, aboard Persico 69F, Moth, Waszp Switch, UFO, Peacoq, and Wingfoill.

 

Foiling SuMoth Challenge
Fraglia Vela Malcesine, June 27 – 30.
Design competition inspired by the need for more sustainable and efficient sailboat designs and production methods. The ultimate goal of the contest is to promote sustainable practices by challenging teams of naval architecture and engineering students in a friendly, technical, and sporting competition – http://sumoth.org/
Teams entered the competition: PoliTo Sailing Team (Turin, Italy), Rafale ETS Montreal (Montreal, Canada), Soton SuMoth Team (Southampton, UK), PoliMi Sailing Team (Milan, Italy), Solent SuMoth Team (Southampton, UK), Audace Sailing Team (Trieste, Italy), UNIPV Sailing Team (Pavia, Italy) and Mothis Vela (Padua, Italy).

 

Institutional Partners
Foiling Week enjoys the patronage of World Sailing, the World Sailing Federation to which all the world’s national federations refer including the Italian Sailing Federation recognized by CONI. In 2021, World Sailing awarded Foiling Week the status of “Special Event,” a recognition limited only to the following seven international events: America’s Cup, The Ocean Race, SailGP, World Match Racing Tour, PWA World Tour, Star Sailors League, and GKA Kite World Tour. Special Event status ensures that World Sailing formally recognizes and ratifies all events organized by Foiling Week.
Foiling Week is committed to the goals set by the World Sailing Sustainability Agenda 2030 with a focus on environmental sustainability, gender equality, and social responsibility. Foiling Week collaborates with the Magenta Project in order to promote professional sailing opportunities for women and access to the World Sailing Trust, a fund that finances numerous initiatives aimed at increasing accessibility to sailing and promotes sustainable practices in the sport and boat manufacturing.


FOILING WEEK PARTNERS

Sustainability and Official Coach Boat: Torqeedo
Technical Clothing: Helly Hansen
Official Guests Boat: Candela
Logistic: GAc PINdar
SUmoth partners: 11th hour racing – Bcomp
Exhibitors: FD-Switch – Fulcrum SPeedworks Ufo – Sea change – Eldorado – Peacoq – Chubanga – Zaoli Sails
Foil Learning Partners: Europasail, Malcesine – Andrew Simpson Watersport Center – Campione

 

Foiling Film Festival #getreadyfortakeoff

The constant human research towards new technologies and the confrontation of man with nature have given rise, over the years, to unique enterprises, which have now become real stories.
Athletes, companies, associations, people, that have inspired and inspire generations, leading other people to push themselves further and further, continuing to push the boundaries in the search for a unique and deep relationship between themselves and Sea.

After the huge success and popularity of all the foiling sports in the last years, this year Foiling Week launches the first Film Festival all about Foiling: a competitive event bringing together the spirit of adventure, action, environment and new technology from around the world.
Foiling Film Festival features the best foiling adventures, water sports action, environmental and event documentaries.
At its first edition 2022, the festival will take place in the stunning Malcesine overviewing the magic wind machine called Garda Lake during Foiling Week from June 29th to July 3rd.

The festival will also offer the chance to meet other filmmakers, photographers and professional athletes and mentor around the world of sailing and foiling at 360°. It would be the opportunity to exchange ideas and collaborate in a highly creative and inspiring atmosphere in person during the Foiling Week event. It’s also a great opportunity to connect with leaders in the foiling adventure field, including engineers, brands, gear manufacturers, potential sponsors, and journalists.

FESTIVAL OPEN CALL
All films can be subscribed starting from March 15th until April 30th (late deadline May 20th) on the Film Freeway online Platform at the link: https://filmfreeway.com/FoilingFilmFestival or through email at info@foilingfilmfestival.org

FESTIVAL NIGHTS
Films entered into competition will be reviewed and selected prior the Festival.
All winner films will be included and screened into the FFF nights in Malcesine (approximately 2 hours long and contain 8-15 mixed films). Short films are particularly popular for the programming flexibility they provide so longer film submitted, might also be asked to enter a shorter version in competition.

WORLD TOUR
Other films, even though won’t be screened during the festival, may be considered for inclusion in our World Tour programs (in theatre or virtual) that will reach a global audience of sailors and foiling lovers from around the globe.

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FOR INFO AND FILM SUBSCRIPTION:
https://filmfreeway.com/FoilingFilmFestival

SOCIAL MEDIA TAGS:
Instagram: @foilingfilmfestival #getreadyfortakeoff #foilingfilmfestival
Facebook: @foilingfilmfestival #getreadyfortakeoff #foilingfilmfestival

2022 edition of Foiling Film Festival is still looking for partners to work and collaborate with throughout this beautiful adventure.

PROGRAM:
The Festival will take place in Malcesine at:
Palazzo dei Capitani
Via Capitanato, 4, 37018 Malcesine VR

JUNE 29th 2022, h19 : First Festival night
JULY 02nd 2022, h19 : Second Festival night

FW Awards 5th Edition (2020-2021)

Click HERE to book your seat for the Foiling Awards!

Foiling is bringing an impressive set of new projects, boats, innovations and achievements also in 2020 and 2021. Once again it is time to recognise the best performance by the best players in the foiling community.

Official voting starts March 28th all nominees will be voted till April 14th, 2022. Winners will be announced at the Foiling Awards ceremony, on April 28th 2022.

Cast your vote!

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La Foiling Week ottiene il prestigioso status di Special Event

Foiling Week aggiunge un nuovo traguardo al suo palmares. Dopo essere il primo evento italiano a essere esportato all’estero, Australia e Nord America, da oggi è ufficialmente uno Special Event di Word Sailing.

Questo nuovo riconoscimento permetterà a Foiling Week, nato sulle rive del Lago di Garda nel 2014, di raggiungere sempre più persone e di collaborare con importanti realtà nazionali e internazionali specializzate nel settore, così da rendere ancora più ricco il programma di questo tanto atteso appuntamento della vela foiling.

La Foiling Week si unisce a eventi ad alto profilo internazionale che godono del medesimo status come: America’s Cup, The Ocean Race, SailGP, World Match Racing Tour, PWA World Tour, Star Sailors League e GKA Kite World Tour.

“La Foiling Week non è solo un evento, ma una comunità che promuove il cambiamento. Non ci interessiamo unicamente al foiling e alla vela in senso lato”, afferma Luca Rizzotti, fondatore di Foiling Week, “Creiamo opportunità, con l’obiettivo di favorire innanzitutto il progresso, non solo tecnologico. Le iniziative dell’evento sono ben note nel mondo velico proprio perché vanno oltre lo sport. Le partnership con università, produttori e organizzazioni non-profit sulle tematiche di responsabilità ambientale e sociale sono esempio lampante di questo. Siamo tutti connessi e dobbiamo crescere come gruppo, insieme e responsabilmente” conclude Rizzotti.

La Foiling Week è l’unico Special Event di World Sailing cresciuto negli anni grazie all’appoggio della propria community di appassionati. L’evento include, infatti, un importante forum durante il quale si condividono idee e si collabora creativamente per migliorare l’evento stesso, l’evoluzione del foiling e delle classi veliche volanti.

Lo status di Special Event garantisce che World Sailing riconosca e ratifichi formalmente tutti gli eventi organizzati da Foiling Week. Questo comporta, anche, che la Foiling Week segua gli obiettivi fissati dalla World Sailing’s Sustainability Agenda 2030, oltre che la collaborazione con il Progetto Magenta al fine di promuovere le opportunità di vela professionale per le donne, e l’accesso al World Sailing Trust, fondo che finanzia un insieme di iniziative mirate ad aumentare l’accessibilità alla vela e promuovere pratiche sostenibili nello sport e nella produzione di imbarcazioni.

Come parte del progetto, tutti gli Special Events praticano una strategia di sostenibilità globale con principi allineati secondo quanto stabilito dalla World Sailing Sustainability Agenda 2030, impegnandosi a lavorare con World Sailing per raggiungere rapidamente gli obiettivi.

David Graham, CEO di World Sailing, ha dichiarato: “L’aggiunta di Foiling Week al nostro gruppo di Special Events è entusiasmante per il futuro della vela. La crescita dell’evento è stata fenomenale da constatare, andando ben oltre le sole regate. Siamo lieti di lavorare al loro fianco per creare nuove strade di partnership e opportunità e per promuovere l’agenda di sostenibilità di World Sailing. La Foiling Week ha già fatto grandi passi avanti in questo settore, e non vediamo l’ora di imparare gli uni dagli altri e di ispirare un cambiamento positivo in tutto il mondo della vela”.

Il mantra di Foiling Week è “connect, cooperate, change”. Fin dall’inizio Foiling Week  è stato anticipatore in molti ambiti. Le prime prove di foiling dedicate a donne e bambini; le prime iniziative di sostenibilità come la riduzione delle quote di iscrizione per i partecipanti che aderiscono al car-pooling e l’eliminazione della plastica monouso fin dal primo anno.
Gianni Testa, presidente della Fraglia Vela Malcesine, circolo presso il quale si è tenuto l’evento sin dalla prima edizione, è entusiasta del progresso di Foiling Week: “Sono stato affascinato dalla rivoluzione del foiling e sono contento che il nostro yacht club abbia sostenuto la crescita di un evento che ora è diventato un caposaldo per il mondo del foiling”.

Oggi, Foiling Week connette i velisti foiling di tutto il mondo in modo formativo ed entusiasmante, promuovendo i propri valori di sicurezza, sostenibilità e accessibilità.

L’evento è leader nel portare responsabilità, creatività e divertimento nello sport e nell’industria ed è stato riconosciuto per:
– Pubblicazione della prima ricerca scientifica in assoluto sul monitoraggio degli infortuni e per la creazione di soluzioni di sicurezza;
– Creazione di accesso per le donne alla vela attraverso  partnership come il Progetto Magenta;
– il SuMoth Challenge: una sfida globale, che ha riunito studenti di tutto il mondo per progettare, produrre e navigare su un moth sostenibile. Parte di ogni Foiling Week dalla sua introduzione nel 2019, quest’anno è stata selezionato per il World Sailing 11th Hour Racing Sustainability Award.

Avendo tenuto eventi in Australia, Nord America ed Europa, Foiling Week è diventata una presenza costante e ripetibile nello sport, sia fisicamente che online; lavorando con World Sailing per connettere, collaborare e apportare cambiamenti positivi nello sport e oltre potrà avere un impatto ancora più determinante.

Informazioni sugli eventi speciali di World Sailing

Lo status di World Sailing Special Event prevede che l’organo di governo mondiale riconosca formalmente e sancisca i principali eventi velici internazionali. World Sailing supporta le realtà prescelte con attività promozionali e di marketing, Ufficiali di Regata, Regole di Regata, Regolamenti, norme antidoping e di nazionalità.

Gli otto eventi speciali del World Sailing includono America’s Cup, The Ocean Race, SailGP, World Match Racing Tour, Star Sailors League, PWA World Tour e i tour mondiali freestyle della Global Kitesports Association e ora Foiling Week.

A proposito di Foiling Week

Foiling Week è un’associazione sportiva e culturale senza fini di lucro il cui scopo è promuovere il foiling e renderlo più sicuro, accessibile e sostenibile, puntando a fornire alla comunità del foiling la rete e le risorse per crescere nello sport della vela.

Il primo evento della Foiling Week si è svolto sulle rive del Lago di Garda presso la ventosa Fraglia Vela Malcesine nel 2014. Riders, designer e ingegneri hanno avuto l’opportunità di condividere le loro idee sui foil, il riciclo dei materiali per la costruzione e la creazione di barche foiling, dando forma al futuro dello sport.

L’evento è leader nel portare responsabilità e creatività nello sport e nell’industria. Ha portato a innovazioni tra cui:
– La creazione di un database mondiale che traccia gli infortuni nel foiling e le soluzioni per l’allenamento e nell’abbigliamento per affrontare gli incidenti. Questo è diventato il primo documento scientifico pubblicato su una rivista leader con ripercussioni in tutto il mondo della vela;
– Partnership con università per la costruzione sostenibile di imbarcazionei come la SuMoth Challenge, dove gli studenti progettano e realizzano un Moth Internazionale interamente con materiale riciclabile e riciclato. Il processo di progettazione e costruzione utilizza valutazioni del ciclo di vita per i nuovi prodotti al fine di migliorare la sostenibilità in ogni fase del progetto.

Queste iniziative si basano sui pilastri ed elementi fondamentali di Foiling Week, inclusi i Foiling Awards che riconoscono annualmente l’innovazione e il contributo individuale ai valori dell’evento di sicurezza, sostenibilità e accessibilità, e la Foiling Hall of Fame appena lanciata.

 

2021 FOILING WEEK Final Report

Foiling Week 2021 has come to a close after an action-packed 4-day weekend of racing, forums as well as multiple initiatives.
All of the regattas were supported by Sailmon Instrument (https://sailmon.com/max/) with 5 classes involved: Moth, Waszp, ETF 26, Onefly and Wing Foil.

The Moth racing in partnership with Liberty Bitcoin Fund (https://www.libertybitcoinfund.com/) saw a fleet of 58 boats give life to spectacular action on the water, with Tom Slingsby from Australia taking the event win after a near-flawless performance. Italy’s Ruggero Tita came second, and Hong Kong’s Nicolai Jacobsen took third.
Female and male sailors competed together with awards given to the top three women; Lisa Schweigert came in first, followed by Franziska Mäge and Marie Soler.

The 30-strong Waszp fleet was won by Paul Hameeteman, followed in second by Charles Cullen and in third Jeppe Borch. For the women, Margherita Porro from Italy got first, Nora Dosksrød from Norway second and Mathilde Robertstad also from Norway third.
The OneFly fleet saw Aymeric Blin from Switzerland come away with the win, followed by France’s Samuel Lelievre and Sébastien Aubord also from Switzerland.

Amongst the ETF 26, the ABC Enterprise du Morbihan team from France took the event win, Youth Foiling Team also from France came second and Toroa from England came third.

The WingFoil racing saw Francesco Capuzzo from Italy come away with the win after a very strong showing; Riccardo Zorzi from Italy took second and Pietro Leon Kiaulehn took third; Pietro Migliorini was first of the grandmasters.
The wing foils also took part in an Air Style competition where Riccardo Zorzi took first place, Francesco Capuzzo second and Stefan Spiessberger third.

 

With a focus on youth as well as promoting sustainability, accessibility, and safety, the three Foiling Weeks pillars, Stages 1 and 2 of 2021 Foiling SuMoth Challenge, sponsored by 11th Hour Racing, took place during the event.
Polito Sailing Team (Politecnico di Torino; Italy) took the win on the Stage 1 design phase followed by PoliMi (Politecnico di Milano; Italy) in second place and Rafale ETS (ETS Montreal; Canada) in third. It was a close battle as all teams had innovative ideas in both the sustainable and technological plan for their sustainable Moth concepts. With great commitment and passion, PoliTo managed to complete and sail test their SuMoth Concept “Keth” and set the first speed record in the SuMoth era and taking home the 2021 SuMoth Challenge Stage 2 prize.

All regatta prizes were made from recycled carbon fibre composites supplied by our partner Microtex composites (https://microtexcomposites.com/); a big thanks also go out to Gac Pindar (https://gacpindar.com/), our logistics partner, Helly Hansen (https://www.hellyhansen.com/en_it), our official clothing partner, our sustainability partner Torqeedo (https://www.torqeedo.com/en) and Polynt (https://www.polynt.com/),

The Foiling Week forums, sponsored by Gurit Group (https://www.gurit.com/), in co-partnership with Persico Marine (https://www.persicomarine.com/), brought up some interesting discussion subjects including; the accessibility of the new Olympic foiling classes, the future of America’s Cup from designers and organizational point of view including Guillaume Verdier, Aaron Young and Robert Bicket, the World Sailing Speed Record with SP80 and Syroco, open discussion about gender equity with the Magenta Project members, the future of electric foiling transportation with key players in the field and a sustainability discussion with the SuMoth Challenge teams and NorthernLight composites along with many others that can be seen in replay on all Foiling Week social media channels (Facebook/Youtube).

But that’s not all that went down at Foiling Week 2021; many people felt for the first time the joy of foiling thanks to the Manta5 electric foiling bikes from New Zealand or the Lift electric foil boards.
Some even had their first taste of flight through the WASZP trials, in collaboration with Europasail, or foiling RS Aero and Wind Surf Foiling supported by the Andrew Simpson Watersport Center Lake Garda.
Also, in collaboration with the Magenta Project, the daily briefings hosted by Liv Mackay,
Margherita Porro and Franziska Mäge helped create a closer group of female sailors in foiling so that in the future there can be more and more women interested in the sport thanks to the support of others competing.

All in all, the Foiling Week 2021 helped bring positivity back to the foiling community so hopefully, we will see more and more events soon; Foiling Week still has a lot of exciting news on events and initiatives to deliver in the near future so stay tuned, but for now, we’ll see you at Foiling Week 2022.

Foiling Week 2020 Results

WASZP

pos nat sail no. sailor club
1 MLT 2915 SCHULTHEIS, Richard Malta Young Sailors Club
2 ITA 2580 SAVOINI, Emanuele YACHT CLUB IMPERIA
3 ITA 2671 BERTONE, Francesco PORTO MAURIZIO YACHT CLUB
4 HUN 2740 MUNKA, Marton Tecon
5 MLT 2586 SCHULTHEIS, Victoria Malta Young Sailors Club
6 ITA 2418 MEOTTO, Michele YACHT CLUB LIGNANO
7 CZE 2572 MARECEK, Simon YC Brno
8 ITA 2575 SAVOINI, Enzio YACHT CLUB IMPERIA
9 FRA 2358 MANU, Taine Club var mer
10 ITA 2669 ZIPPERLE, Marc Fraglia Vela Malcesine
11 GBR 2867 CARVETH, Geoff Warsash SC
12 ITA 2260 MACCARI, Federico Maria CIRCOLO VELA BELLANO
13 CZE 2573 VÍTOVEC, Matej YC CERE
14 ESP 8 RUIZ PONCE, Pablo RCN Palma
15 SUI 2536 DUCHOUD, Nicolas SCoW
16 CRO 2542 MATULIC, Krsto Yc Biograd
17 ITA 2150 LENZI, Claudio CIRCOLO VELA BELLANO
18 MLT 2383 SCHULTHEIS, Antonia Malta Young Sailors Club
19 ITA 1 MALAGUGINI, Simone CIRCOLO NAUTICO RAPALLO
20 HUN 2539 GEMESI, Gyula D-one
21 SUI 2540 GLOOR, Michael ZYC/SCH
22 SUI 2194 MÜLLER, Pit SCC
22 FRA 4659 ARTHAUD, Aymeric SRA

MOTH

pos nat sail no. sailor club
1 ITA 4674 DE PAOLI, Carlo CIRCOLO VELA TORBOLE
2 GBR 4721 BRIDLE, Eddie BRIGHTLINGSEA
3 ITA 4641 FUMAGALLI, Fabio MARVELIA
4 ESP 4623 BOTIN, Diego Real Club Marítimo de Santander
5 GER 4 MÄGE, Maximilian BYC
6 FRA 7 MARIE, Benoit Sno Nantes
7 SUI 4152 RIGOT, Fabrice
8 ITA 4448 BIANCHI, Francesco YACHTING CLUB TORRI
9 GER 4047 HUBER, Thomas SVBb
10 GER 4340 ADOLPH, Kai Dtyc
11 SWE 4599 INKYOV, Danny KSSS
12 FRA 465 BERNAZ, Jean-Baptiste Sainte maxime
13 ITA 4606 MAZZETTI, Fabio CIRCOLO VELA ARCO
14 POL 4609 GRACZYK, Robert MKZ
15 ESP 32 MASSANET, Toni RCN Palma
16 AUT 4040 HRIBAR, Philipp kyco
17 FRA 4049 HIRTZMANN , Paul SNL
18 NED 4563 COSTER, Kalle
19 SWE 4608 BERGSTROM, Jonatan GKSS
20 GER 4375 MÄGE, Franziska BYC
21 CRO 4633 DOGAN, Luka JK Split
22 FRA 4396 DELPECH, Noé YCPR Marseille
23 ESP 6 CARDONA, Joan RCN Palma
24 GER 4624 MAEGE, Carlo FSV
25 SUI 4275 SCHILLER, Philippe societe nautique geneve
26 FRA 4480 D’ORTOLI, Julien YCPR
27 GBR 4541 MAGGI, Nicola CIRCOLO VELICO TIVANO
28 GER 3797 FOLLMANN, Patrick DTYC
29 FRA 4521 CIRET-LE COSQUER, Madeg MMPROCESS
30 GER 97 SCHWEIGERT, Lisa SVW
31 FRA 4520 LE GUIL, Gaetan YCF
32 SLO 4201 TOMORI, Luka JK Pirat, Portoroz
33 GER 4698 MICHAEL , Thias WSGR
34 FRA 3488 D’ORTOLI, Romain YCPR
35 GER 3981 HELLRIEGEL, Ernst SCLW
36 ITA 4451 VOGT, Jonas DTYC
37 SUI 4276 GIACOMETTI, Jesse SNG
38 GBR 4149 BRIDLE, Graham Brightlingsea
39 ITA 26 TITA, Ruggero SEZIONE VELA GUARDIA FINANZA
40 ITA 4543 TRIMARCHI, Michele MARVELIA
41 SWE 4291 BERGSTRÖM , Rasmus GKSS
42 GBR 4179 REES, Philip BELTER
43 FRA 4072 SUQUART, Morgane ANSQ
44 SUI 3774 MEYER, Mathieu Société nautique de genève
45 ITA 4756 POGGI D’ANGELO, Alessandro YACHT CLUB CORTINA D’AMPEZZO
46 FRA 4659 ARTHAUD, Aymeric
47 FRA 3275 BOULE, Caroline
48 ITA 4 DE FELICE, Lorenzo Medium
48 ITA 4638 ZENNARO, Enrico Yacht Club Portopiccolo A.S.D.
48 SRB 3983 GAL, Viktor JK Palic
48 GBR 3978 ELDRIDGE , Bobby ESSC
48 GER 3622 BRAUN, Ludwig SGU
48 AUT 4667 AICHHOLZER , Christoph SCTWV Achensee

Persico 69F – GP 2.1

pos team crew points
1 KINGDOM TEAM NL Lambieux, Savelon, van Aanholt, Gallinaro, van Rooijen 89.5
2 FANTASTICA 2 Fanceschini, Celon, Salvà 86.0
3 RHKYC TEAM AGIPALST Cantero, Gregor, Jacobsen 59.5
4 OKALYS Mettraux, Casas, Ravussin 48.5
5 FANTASTICA 1 Gobbi, Cirillo, De Luca 39.5
6 SECTION 16 Alloway, Davies, Rast 33.5

WING FOIL – II Race WING FOIL TOUR

pos wing rider
1 Balz Muller
2 Riccardo Zorzi
3 Paolo Migliorini
4 Matteo Guazzoni
5 Edoardo Vivian
6 Mattias Muller
7 Ivano Bommartino
8 Stefano Battistoni
9 Ivan Scimonelli
10 Elia Rossetti

Flying Phantom

pos sail no. crew club
1 SUI 002 Morgan LAUBER Sebastien AUBORD CNM
2 SUI 5 5 Alexandre SCHNEITER Kristoffer JONSONN SNG
3 SUI 8 8 Alexis ROCHAT Leo TETAZ SFA
4 SUI 62 Marco FEDRIGUCCI Robin MAEDER C2NY
5 FRA 68 Arnaud VASSEUR Nicolas FERELLEC SNL

Single Catamaran

pos boat sail no. crew club
1 Classe A GER 6 Rainer BOHRER CVA
2 S9 ITA 00 Alessandro CALDARI C.V.Ravennate
3 IFLY 15 NED V Jentje DE BOER WSV Bestevaer
4 S9 ITA 1 Michele PETRUCCI CV Cesenatico
5 IFLY 15 GER X Ernst-Michael MILLER YcStH
6 S9 ITA 4 Giacomo BANDINI Circolo Vela Cesenatico
7 S9 GBR 2 Flaviano TESSITORE LNI Ostia
8 S9 ITA 0 Carlo Federico FELETTI ADRIATICO Wind Club
9 S9 ITA 7 Vincenzo CAPORILLI CVAT
10 S9 ITA 007 Federico VILLANI CDV ROMA
10 IFLY 15 FRA IIII Antoine PETIT CNS Sciez
10 S9 ITA 41 Giambattista GIACCHETTI SV Viareggina

MATCH RACE – by World Match Racing Tour and 10′ Pocket Foiler

pos crew
1 Vittoria Caputo
2 Jacopo Travaini
3 Sofia Caputo
4 Pietro Ferromilone
5 Andrea-Luca Bristot
6 Leonardo Giaccetti

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