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2021 ILCA 6 Youth World Championships at Circolo Vela Arco - Overall

by Eric Faust 1 Aug 10:32 BST 26-31 July 2021

After a short delay to allow the Lake Garda thermal wind to develop, two races were competed for the Gold Fleets for the final day of the 2021 ILCA 6 Youth Worlds.

After a protest in which her nearest competitor was disqualified, Ireland's Eve Mcmahon won the girl's division. Mattia Cesana of Italy swept the boy's division after eleven races, finishing first place overall and also taking home the top under-17 award.

ILCA gives a huge thanks to the race officials, jury and the volunteers and staff of the Circolo Vela Arco for a great event.

Overall Results:

Girls Division
1. Eve Mcmahon (IRL) 37pts
2. Anja VonAllmen (SUI) 50pts
3. Sara Savelli (ITA) 62pts
4. Alessia Palanti (CZE) 68pts
5. Maria Martinez (ESP) 70pts
6. Carlotta Rizzardi (ITA) 79pts
7. Amaya Escudero (USA) 84pts
8. Marissa Ijben (NED) 107pts
9. Aleksandra Lukoyanova (RUS) 117pts
10. Pia Conradi (GER) 122pts

Boys Division
1. Mattia Cesana (ITA) 24pts
2. Chapman Petersen (USA) 43pts
3. Sebastian Kempe (BER) 83pts
4. Martin Verhulst (SUI) 92pts
5. Iasonas Kefallonitis (GRE) 95pts
6. Oskar Madonich (UKR) 96pts
7. Przemyslaw Machowski (POL) 101pts
8. Lorenzo Predari (ITA) 106pts
9. Robby Meek (USA) 114pts
10. Mathias Reimer (BRA) 124pts

Full results at 2021-radial-youth.laser-worlds.com/results

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