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SB20 World Championship 2021 at Clube Naval de Cascais - Day 1

by Clube Naval de Cascais 31 Aug 07:06 BST 29 August - 3 September 2021

Competition opened at the Cascais SB20 World Championship 2021, with the two races planned by the Clube Naval de Cascais for the first day of the World Championship event in one of the most competitive and growing sailing classes in Portugal.

From the beginning of the afternoon, when the warning signal was given for the first start of the day, and with the wind blowing from the west quadrant with 8-10 knots of intensity, the atmospheric conditions in Cascais were practically perfect for sailing, with the Race Committee sending the fleet to the much appreciated Guia Race Area.

In the event's opening race, the first of the 66-boat fleet to cross the finish line was Flow, manned by representatives of the Russian Yacht Federation, and the Saint Petersburg Yach Club, with Daniil Banayan at the helm, accompanied by Grigoriy Vasinkevich, Aleksandr Profokev and Gaiane Konovalova. Second place belonged to Estonia Delight, commanded by Tonu Toniste, in the company of Toomas Toniste and Andres Viiseman, with the Estonian boat followed by Lucas Chatonier's France Jeune - BIC, with Hyppolite Machetti, Michel Emeric and Kaurie Candela, wearing the colors of the Cercle Nautique Caledonian.

In the second race of the first day of competition at the Cascais SB20 World Championship 2021, victory smiled to Nils Razmilovic's Glasgow Kiss, followed by David Salembier and Portuguese Pedro Andrade, CNC sailor, this time integrated in the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club formation. The second position went to inetum.^#PositiveDigitalFlow, with its crew composed entirely of sailors from the Clube Naval de Cascais, with Manuel Marques at the helm, accompanied by Hugo Mastbaum and Luís Queirós, while third place was taken by actiTime, by Arsen Chubarkov, with Dmitriy Tretiakov, Artem Sudakov and Andrei Akimenko.

At the end of the first day at the Cascais SB20 World Championship 2021, consistency paid off over race victories as far as the leaderboard was concerned. First place overall is occupied by actiTIME, by Arsen Chubarkov, with a fourth and a third place, followed by Inetum.^#PositiveDigitalFlow, by Manuel Marques, with an eighth and a second place, and by France Jeune - Lucas Chatonier's BCI, third in the first race of the day, and tenth in the second.

Among the ladies, the highest ranked boat occupies 11th place overall and is the French team Shifter Pro Youth France. With Paola Amar at the helm, accompanied by Gabriel Skoczek, Marine Gauvrit and Timothe Lapaw, she got an 18th and 12th place, respectively, in the two races of the day.

After the first day of competition, Arsen Chubarkov was, of course, a satisfied man. With two Top 5 results, his start to the championship is of a high level: "We are extremely satisfied. First of all, it was a good day for us, even though it was only the first, and we still have a lot of racing to go. We faced an exceptionally strong fleet, and we hope that this will be a very challenging and competitive event for everyone who is here in the World Championship, so we hope to be able to give and show our best. But right now, there's no doubt that we feel good to be at the front."

Regarding the tactics and race course, the first leader of the Cascais SB20 World Championship 2021 revealed some prudence and restraint: "I would say that, as far as I can see, a bit of luck is also needed, and today we had the luck on our side. But at the same time, the position we occupy is the result of hard work by the whole team, we currently have a great team, in which I have a lot of confidence. We had good starts, and right from the start we defined the right manoeuvres and the tactics turned out to be right and everything went very well. But, once again, it should be noted that, on the race area, the battle was tough."

The same register was adopted regarding the perspectives of an eventual final victory: "Win the championship? For now, I wouldn't say so much. We will do our best. We are absolutely delighted to be sailing here. We love Cascais, we love the organization, we love what is done here. We hope to enjoy it down to the smallest detail throughout the championship, and in the end we'll see how it went."

The Cascais SB20 World Championship 2021 continues Tuesday with three more races scheduled, the first warning signal is schedule for 13:00. The event, which is attended by some of the top names in the SB20 class, both nationally and internationally, is organized by the Cascais Naval Club, which is sponsored by the Cascais Municipality, Turismo de Portugal, IPDJ, Portuguese Sailing Federation, Leitão & Irmão, Vista Alegre, Solyd, Sagres, Simões & Gaspar, Lusíadas Saúde, Clarins Men, Clarins and JCDecaux.

Results after Day 1:

PosBow NoBoat NameSail NoHelmCrewClubR1R2Pts
1st46actiTIMERYF3709Arsen ChubarkovDmitriy Tretiakov/Artem Sudakov/Andrei AkimenkoSPB YC437
2nd8inetum.^ #PositiveDigitalFlowPOR3616Manuel MarquesHugo Mastbaum/Luis QueirosCNCascais8210
3rd48France Jeune ‑ BCIFRA3653Chatonnier LucasMachetti Hippolyte/Michel Emeric /Candella LaurieCNC/Cercle Nautique Caledonien31013
4th53Estonia DelightEST3803Tonu TonisteToomas Toniste/Andres ViisemannEstonia21315
5th54GunterESP3800Javier SherkDiogo Barros/Nuno BarretoRCNBarcelona/NYYC11415
6th49Glasgow KissSGP3750Nils RazmilovicDavid Salembier/Pedro AndradeRHKYC17118
7th7OpenBarBRA3751Henrique HaddadMario Trindade/Leonardo Lombardi/Pedro CaldasCNCascais10818
8th59Comet/SpaceCobrasRYF3805Liza ZherebetsovaArtem Basalkin/Andrey Klochko/Andrey TukalovSt Petersburg YCDGA918
9th1Solyd Sailing TeamPOR3801Vasco SerpaJoaquim Moreira/Pedro Costa AlemaoCNCascais13720
10th29AP Hotels & ResortsPOR3738Jose Paulo RamadaFausto Briosa Neves/Tomas Simonet/Miguel Leal de FariaCNCascais71926
11th50go with the flowBEL3762Bart TytgatMarc Braet/Kristof WouttersRNSYC91827
12th68Shifter Pro Youth FranceFRA3580Amar PaolaGabriel Skoczek/Marine Gauvrit/Timothe LapawYCCannes181230
13th3Madeira IslandsPOR3734John TavaresBernardo Freitas/Paulo MansoANMadeira122234
14th62Barco ChefeBRA3802Victor DemaisonJorge Zariff/Gabriel BorgesYC Rio Janeiro30535
15th35Naturea Sailing Team / Keep ClearPOR3516Bernardo LoureiroGuilherme Gomes/Manuel Fortunato/Mafalda GoncalvesCNCascais231639
16th28Another AffairPOR3723Tiago MoraisMiguel Oliveira/Francisco OliveiraCVAtlantico162440
17th45Naturea Sailing Team / FitchPOR3558Mafalda Pires LimaMariana Lobato/Francisco Maia/Matilde P de MeloCVAtlantico202141
18th61FLOWRYF3755Banayan DaniilVasinkevich Grigoriy/Prokofev Aleksandr/Konovalova GaianeSt.Petersburg14142
19th64SportsBoatWorld RacingGBR3469Diogo CostaLiam Pardy/Francisco Uva/Tomas BarretoRoyal Southern Yacht Club311142
20th44MSTRYF3722Vasily GrigorievMaxim Kuzmin/Mikhail MarkinPirogovo271542
21st70Breaking BodGBR3758Charles WhelanRichard Mcadam/Chips HowarthBough Beech SC291443
22nd19GutoPOR3710Pedro NietoPedro Garcia/Mariana Freitas/Fernando KuoCVAtlantico212647
23rd56Vis sailing teamRYF3707Timur SabirzianovAlexander Mikhailov/Joao PrietoKrestovsky64349
24th75SInBinPOR3544Martin EstlanderEduardo Marques/Phillip KempCNCascais193049
25th20HelloNextPOR3581Goncalo PiresTomas Pires de Lima/Peter Kemp/Matilde BandeiraCNCascais54550
26th18IrmandadePOR3206Per CronerGoncalo Viera Lopes/Ekaterina Zubrilina/Manuel MacedoCNCascais143650
27th423J'sNED3754Jeroen van der VeldenJeroen Kop/Jan van der MeijdenWSV Biesbosch/ RZV47653
28th65Dream teamRYF3512Shchukina ElenaIgor Puzanov/Valentin Uvarkin /Marina BraginskayaPirogovo282553
29th51Skin in the GameFRA3763Edward RussoGilles Favennec/Jonathan LobertClub Nautique Valeriquais332356
30th58IC WindRYF3712Olga DimitrevaOlga Oreshnikova/Aleksei Frolov/Yan ChekhRussia243357
31st22VoltaPOR3506Vasco EmpisBernardo Faria e Maia e Nuno Espirito SantoCNCascais154863
32nd10GiboiaPOR3286Jose GoncalvesRui Boia/Martim BoiaCNCascais461763
33rd31Metalfrio SolutionsPOR3578Erwin RusselGustavo Lima/Rodolfo Pires/Beatriz GagoCNCascais263763
34th15BravoPOR3652Paulo PalhaAndre Goncalves/Antonio Barros/Mariana CunhaCVAtlantico323567
35th23BICASCOPOR3306Luis SantosAntonio Santos/Pedro VilelaCVSado383169
36th47Ladies First / Naturea Sailing TeamPOR3114Carolina JoaoFederica Franchi/Joana Azevedo/Zezi CardosoSADafundo254671
37th72XcellentGBR3814John PollardSteven Procter/Rhos HawesRoyal Torbay YC343872
38th66tedIRL3809Micheal O'ConnorDavy Taylor/Ed CookRSGYC403474
39th76LTXPOR3427Eduardo CardosoJoao Santos/Ruben LuisCNCascais482876
40th37Youth Team Portugal ‑ Marisco na PracaPOR3123Henrique BritesJoao Bolina/Luis Pinheiro/Rafael RodriguesCNCascais225577
41st25NACEXPOR3438Miguel GracaDiogo Pinto/Joao FerreiraCNCascais423981
42nd34TLEVEL.PT/Mergulhao IIPOR3256Andre GrayLourenco Mateus/Joao TomasCNCascais364985
43rd27QuebramarPOR3115Rui BritesPedro Costa/Patricia Bastos/Martim FernandesCNCascaisBFD2087
44th71ZOZHGBR3740Irina BuzinovaMarat Khairov/Nataliya Lyubimova/Nikita PlaksinMoscow355489
45th24MiudasPOR3203Margarida AguiarSofia Regojo/Ana Champalimaud/Maria AnjosCNCascais375390
46th41Sale BeteFRA3534Xavier MoulinFrancois Roques/Pierre RoquesSN Narbonne504090
47th2ContrabandistaPOR3637Patrick LindleyLuis Vasconcelos Dias/Pedro SimoesCNCascais444791
48th32GameChangerUKR 3633Yulia KyrpaLuke Patience/Pavlo Matsuyev/Semen DmytrenkoKyiv Yacht ClubBFD2794
49th6VickyPOR3092Augusto Castelo Branco Jr.Augusto Castelo Branco/Salvador Fernandes/Joao Pires Jr.CNCascais524294
50th21Quinta dos MurcasPOR3411Diogo Correa MendesAna Costa Santos/Antonio Ornelas/Alexandre CasemiroCNCascais435194
51st14BBDouroPOR3620Francisca BarrosJoao Cunha/Ricardo Schedel/Manuel ArriagaCWDS/CNCascaisBFD2996
52nd39CPRNED3246Pascal BakkerChristoffel Ravelman/Marinus RegoortRZV395998
53rd9SargoPOR3157Goncalo GoncalvesJorge Lima/Jose CostaCNCascaisBFD3299
54th74Old SpicePOR3537Filipe Aguilar MachadoTomas Pereira/Pedro AraujoCVAtlantico4163104
55th5so flyPOR3733Peter StrattonFrancisco Garcia/Bernardo LencastreCNCascais4561106
56th52TACKTONICBEL3518Nicolas ElleboudtCedric De Bleye/Stefan VanwynsbergheRNSYC OSTEND5158109
57th60Knot on CallPOR3111Jose MendesJoao Mendes/Filipe Quartin/Luisa PeresANL/CVVC5357110
58th30LUSIADASPOR3100Vasco Antunes PereiraMiguel Guimaraes e Miguel Guimaraes MarquesCNLisboaBFD44111
59th17Day offPOR3651Filipe AlbinoFrancisco Calao/Antonio VicenteCNBB4962111
60th40PBIIGBR3149Mark GillettPaul Hine/Richard AndertonFrensham PondBFD50117
61st73 IRL3278Fraser BrownSantiago Sampaio/Francisco FerreiraCNCascaisBFD52119
62nd33Mike TSUI3169Heinrich GuggenbuehlCaspar Guggenbuehl/Karim AbdounSIMPL5466120
63rd36Naturea Sailing Team / Young GunsPOR3152Sebastiao Caiado RamirezMartim Mastbaum/Max de Groot/Zilas Dunke NascimentoCNCascaisBFD56123
64th4Patris FinancePOR3505Vasco PassanhaNuno Bajanca/Joao MeloCNCascaisBFD60127
65th57KanimamboPOR3083Raul Bulhao PatoMichael del Vecchio/Nuno EspanhaCNCascaisBFD64131
66th69LadybugFRA3576Benoit MelenLaurent Beaurin/Manuel VilarinhoYCIFBFD65132

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