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SB20 World Championship 2021 at Clube Naval de Cascais - Overall

by Clube Naval de Cascais 4 Sep 07:04 BST 29 August - 3 September 2021

Open Bar wins Cascais SB20 World Championship 2021 for Clube Naval de Cascais: Henrique Haddad and his crew are the new World Champions.

Portugal, Cascais, the Clube Naval de Cascais and the Portuguese sailing community can all be proud of the success that constituted yet another World Championship of the sport held in Cascais waters. Over an intense week, the more than two hundred sailors who travelled to Portuguese territory to participate in the Cascais SB20 World Championship 2021, from no less than thirteen countries (Belgium, Brazil, Spain, Estonia, France, England, Ireland, Netherlands, Portugal, Russian Yachting Federation, Singapore, Switzerland and Ukraine) provided an excellent spectacle for all lovers and connoisseurs of the competition, fulfilling twelve races full of action and fiercely fighting for the best positions.

On the closing day of the event, the one that ended up deciding the top places in the overall ranking, the last two races of the World Championship were held dedicated to one of the classes that most sailors have conquered in Portugal in recent years, and which continues to grow in an accelerated and sustained way. The 66 boats in competition decorated the Guia race area in a unique way, returning Cascais to offer the teams another excellent day of sailing, also thanks to the excellent weather conditions: clear skies and radiant sun, very pleasant temperatures, and the wind blowing from the north-west quadrant, with an intensity of 10-13 knots.

On this last day of the championship, some crews that, until then, had not stood out so much appeared in a prominent place, which, without denying them any merit, also indicates that the candidates for the podium adopted a more tactical and cautious approach, so as not to excessively jeopardize their position in the table.

Thus, the victory in the first race went to Nils Razmilovic's Glasgow Kiss, with David Salembier and the CNCascais sailor, Pedro Andrade, representing the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, with Quebramar, from the Cascais Naval Club, in second place, with Rui Brites at the helm, accompanied by Pedro Costa, Patrícia Bastos and Martim Fernandes. Third position went to what was, perhaps, the main team of the competition, the Open Bar, by Henrique Haddad, with Mário Trindade, Leonardo Lombardi and Pedro Caldas, also flying the flag of CNC.

In the final race of the Cascais SB20 World Championship 2021, John Pollard's Xcellent first crossed the finish line with Steven Procter and Rhos Hawes, from the Royal Torbay Yacht Club, from Torquay, England. They was followed by the MST team of Vasily Grigoriev, accompanied by Maxim Kuzmin and Mikhail Markin, representing the Pirogovo Golf and Yacht Club, with third place falling to ted, manned by Michael O'Connor, in the company of Davy Taylor and Ed Cook from the Royal St George Yacht Club, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin Bay, Ireland.

After all this, and after another third place in the penultimate race, the Open Bar team took the opportunity to discard the last race of the event from its results. Henrique Haddad, with Mário Trindade, Leonardo Lombardi and Pedro Caldas are the new World Champions of the SB20 Class. A title that rightly fits them, especially as they were the team that won the most races (four of the twelve races held), finishing with 78 points.

Thanks to the good performance at the end of the championship, especially in the last two days, the Comet/Space Cobras, of Liza Zherebetsova, Artem Basalkin, Andrey Klochko and Andrey Tukalov, of SVMS Saint Petersburg/CSKA/CSPSKS, managed to progress in the table until they finished with 117.2 points, which guaranteed them second place overal. The final place on the podium went to one of the most consistent crews of the entire event, Estonia Delight, led by Tonu Toniste, Toomas Toniste and Andres Viisemann, who finished with 119 points.

Among the ladies the best ranked crew, in 9th place overall, was Shifter Pro Youth France, from the Yacht Club de Cannes, skippered by Paola Amar, in the company of Gabriel Skoczek, Marine Gauvrit and Timothe Lapaw. In 13th place overall was the Ladies First/Naturea Sailing Team, from Carolina João, with Federica Franchi, Joana Azevedo and Zezi Cardoso, from Sport Algés e Dafiundo, while the Naturea Sailing Team/Fitch was 21st, with Pires de Lima, Mariana Lobato, Francisco Maia and Matilde Pinheiro de Melo, from Clube de Vela Atlântico.

As for the crews that represented Portugal, the best was the Madeira Islands, from the Associação Nautica da Madeira, led by John Tavares, in the company of two CNCascais sailors, Bernardo Freitas and Paulo Manso, who were 5th place overall. In 10th place was the Youth Team Portugal/Marisco na Praça of Henrique Brites, with João Bolina, Luís Pinheiro and Rafael Rodrigues, from CNCascais. 12th position went to Another Affair, by Tiago Morais, Miguel Oliveira and Francisco Oliveira, from Clube de Vela Atlantico; 16th place went to inetum.~#PositiveDigitalFlow of Manuel Marques, with Hugo Mastbaum and Luis Queiroz, from CNCascais; closely followed by the Solyd Sailing Team, the SB20 National Champions, Vasco Serpa, Joaquim Moreira and Pedro Costa Alemão, from CNCascais.

After a truly superb performance, the word would necessarily have to be given to the big winners of the Cascais SB20 World Championship 2021, with Henrique Haddad saying: "Today is a very special day for us, we are World Champions, and we are very glad to be here. I'm with my friends, friends I made thanks to this extraordinary sport, and I'm also here, in a place where I really love sailing, because I consider Cascais one of the best places in the world to go sailing.

"This week we didn't have the best conditions, so to speak, for sailing in Cascais, but for us, in any case, it was very good, because we managed to be very competitive this week."

Mário Trindade, also from the Brazilian team, added: "It was a really good week, a good project from the start, to tell you the truth. I think we started this project with the goal of winning this Worlds, and we struggled a bit with Covid, and we ended up having events that some of us couldn't participate in, especially me. But we ended up doing a regatta that we are very proud of. We won by a good margin, and I think that reflects a little how special this team is. And we are very happy with everything. Cascais is fantastic. As Henrique already said, it did not provide the top sailing conditions that Cascais normally offers, but it was very good for the team and for our performance. It was perfect!"

The champions' joy was also reflected in Leonardo Lombardi, who made a point of commenting on the team's performance: "I would like to say a few words. From the beginning, I had for me, in my mind, that this was just more than just a trophy. It wasn't about winning the World Cup, it was more than sailing. My teammates are a reference for me. I learn from them, and I am extremely grateful for this training, for having this opportunity. I came to Lisbon to study for a year, it will be a new start for my life, it's fantastic and I have no words for my teammates, thank you all."

Satisfaction, too, for Paola Amar, helm of the Shifter Pro Youth France, who on board took the top-ranked female crew: "It was a long, hard week, with good sailors, and we enjoyed it a lot, and I think we were lucky with the organization, which knew how to take full advantage of the conditions for the event. It was complicated for us, because we didn't train before the championship, at least with the whole team together, and so, in the end, we are satisfied with the results achieved. Thanks to Cascais and all the people who organized the event."

After five days of intense competitive intensity, the participants in the Cascais SB20 World Championship 2021 gathered at the base of the Clube Naval de Cascais for the traditional awards ceremony, as usually followed by the always so appreciated moment of healthy interaction between everyone. - the best way to close the event. It should be recalled that the realization, by the Clube Naval de Cascais, of another Sailing World Championship, which brought together some of the main names of the SB20 class, both nationally and worldwide, was only possible thanks to the sponsorship of the City Council of Cascais, Turismo de Portugal, IPDJ, Portuguese Sailing Federation, Leitão & Irmão, Vista Alegre, Solyd, Sagres, Simões & Gaspar, Lusíada Saúde, Clarins Men, Clarins and JCDecaux.

Overall Results:

PosBow NoBoatSail NoHelmCrewClubR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8R9R10R11R12Pts
1st7OpenBarBRA3751Henrique HaddadMario Trindade / Leonardo Lombardi / Pedro CaldasCNCascais108112611121143(DNS)78
2nd59Comet/SpaceCobrasRYF3805Liza ZherebetsovaArtem Basalkin / Andrey Klochko / Andrey TukalovSVSMSt Petersburg/CSKA/CSP SKSGA1921107912(UFD)101616117.2
3rd53Estonia DelightEST3803Tonu TonisteToomas Toniste / Andres ViisemannEstonia21397192(BFD)4730179119
4th48France Jeune ‑ BCIFRA3653Machetti HippolyteChatonnier Lucas / Michel Emeric / Candela LaurieCNC/Cercle Nautique Caledonien310101694‑3211175830123
5th3Madeira IslandsPOR3734John TavaresBernardo Freitas / Paulo MansoANMadeira12224116125(UFD)9191813131
6th62Barco ChefeBRA3802Victor DemaisonJorge Zariff / Gabriel BorgesYC Rio Janeiro305‑33231217131432206145
7th61FLOWRYF3755Banayan DaniilVasinkevich Grigoriy / Prokofev Aleksandr / Konovalova GaianeSt.Petersburg1‑41715381841351244148
8th72XcellentGBR3814John PollardSteven Procter / Rhos HawesRoyal Torbay YC34‑382491116711115211150
9th68Shifter Pro Youth FranceFRA3580Amar PaolaGabriel Skoczek / Marine Gauvrit / Timothe LapawYCCannes1812181421141724‑31165150
10th37Youth Team Portugal ‑ Marisco na PracaPOR3123Henrique BritesJoao Bolina / Luis Pinheiro / Rafael RodriguesCNCascais22‑55194101431121541419164
11th51Skin in the GameFRA3763Edward RussoGilles Favennec / Jonathan LobertClub Nautique Valeriquais‑3323223145358201929169
12th28Another AffairPOR3723Tiago MoraisMiguel Oliveira / Francisco OliveiraCVAtlantico16242316281421‑3716277174
13th47Ladies First / Naturea Sailing TeamPOR3114Carolina JoaoFederica Franchi / Joana Azevedo / Zezi CardosoSADafundo25‑468514159381473215182
14th46actiTIMERYF3709Arsen ChubarkovDmitriy Tretiakov / Artem Sudakov / Andrei AkimenkoSPB YC432320535‑48829211520183
15th49Glasgow KissSGP3750Nils RazmilovicDavid Salembier / Pedro AndradeRHKYC1715342133033(UFD)4818192
16th8inetum.^ #PositiveDigitalFlowPOR3616Manuel MarquesHugo Mastbaum / Luis QueirozCNCascais8263630628(UFD)1929921194
17th1Solyd Sailing TeamPOR3801Vasco SerpaJoaquim Moreira / Pedro Costa AlemaoCNCascais137418333‑44226282514200
18th35Naturea Sailing Team / Keep ClearPOR3516Bernardo LoureiroGuilherme Gomes / Manuel Fortunato / Mafalda GoncalvesCNCascais2316(BFD)124310101336171012202
19th66tedIRL3809Micheal O'ConnorDavy Taylor / Ed CookRSGYC‑403411191308194023243212
20th44MSTRYF3722Vasily GrigorievMaxim Kuzmin / Mikhail MarkinPirogovo27151432(UFD)SQ1372728112212.5
21st45Naturea Sailing Team / FitchPOR3558Mafalda Pires LimaMariana Lobato / Francisco Maia / Matilde P de MeloCVAtlantico202130‑3535716101333033218
22nd70Breaking BodGBR3758Charles WhelanRichard Mcadam / Chips HowarthBough Beech SC2914338203293012(UFD)2326227
23rd27QuebramarPOR3115Rui BritesPedro Costa / Patricia Bastos / Martim FernandesCNCascais(BFD)2057263919387427211250
24th29AP Hotels & ResortsPOR3738Jose Paulo RamadaFausto Briosa Neves / Tomas Simonet / Miguel Leal de FariaCNCascais7195117(UFD)2447361662210255
25th64SportsBoatWorld RacingGBR3469Diogo CostaLiam Pardy / Francisco Uva / Tomas BarretoRoyal Southern Yacht Club311125‑622432171520322622255
26th423J'sNED3754Jeroen van der VeldenJeroen Kop / Jan van der MeijdenWSV Biesbosch/ RZV47617392234(BFD)233113523260
27th54GunterESP3800Javier ScherkDiogo Barros / Nuno BarretoRCNBarcelona/NYYC11438188361135(UFD)523118262
28th14BBDouroPOR3620Francisca BarrosJoao Cunha / Ricardo Schedel / Manuel ArriagaCWDS/CNCascais(BFD)2928281722246UFD9728265
29th50go with the flowBEL3762Bart TytgatMarc Braet / Kristof WouttersRNSYC918(BFD)21529573423343545301
30th19GutoPOR3710Pedro NietoPedro Garcia / Mariana Freitas / Fernando KuoCVAtlantico2126122929422645‑47262917302
31st31Metalfrio SolutionsPOR3578Erwin RusselGustavo Lima / Rodolfo Pires / Beatriz GagoCNCascais26373446288‑491638113438316
32nd4Patris FinancePOR3505Vasco PassanhaNuno Bajanca / Joao MeloCNCascais(BFD)601621414024233371224328
33rd67SInBinPOR3544Martin EstlanderEduardo Marques / Phillip KempCNCascais1930402244(BFD)205026251340329
34th65Dream teamRYF3512Shchukina ElenaIgor Puzanov / Valentin Uvarkin / Marina BraginskayaPirogovo2825(BFD)372546462525354234368
35th9SargoPOR3157Goncalo GoncalvesJorge Lima / Jose CostaCNCascais(BFD)3245254526353727332836369
36th10GiboiaPOR3286Jose GoncalvesRui Boia / Martim BoiaCNCascais4617(BFD)40132039DNC35105927373
37th25NACEXPOR3438Miguel GracaDiogo Pinto / Joao FerreiraCNCascais42393242‑462745930393343381
38th20HelloNextPOR3581Goncalo PiresTomas Pires de Lima / Peter Kemp / Matilde BandeiraCNCascais545(BFD)4540215520UFD184125382
39th41Sale BeteFRA3534Xavier MoulinFrancois Roques / Pierre RoquesSN Narbonne504039‑522723232852363831387
40th56Vis sailing teamRYF3707Timur SabirzianovAlexander Mikhailov / Joao PrietoKrestovsky643294336383629324551‑56388
41st23BICASCOPOR3306Luis SantosAntonio Santos / Pedro VilelaCVSado38314724‑5031153148444441394
42nd22VoltaPOR3506Vasco EmpisBernardo Faria e Maia e Nuno Espirito SantoCNCascais1548‑54305343522618414732405
43rd36Naturea Sailing Team / Young GunsPOR3152Sebastiao Caiado RamirezMartim Mastbaum / Max de Groot / Zilas Dunke NascimentoCNCascais(BFD)5613UFD183718DNC34243654424
44th30LUSIADASPOR3100Vasco Antunes PereiraMiguel Guimaraes e Jorge AndradeCNCascais(BFD)444633334562442624644425
45th18IrmandadePOR3206Per CronerGoncalo Viera Lopes / Ekaterina Zubrilina / Manuel MacedoCNCascais1436(BFD)UFD49472218RET223946427
46th15BravoPOR3652Paulo PalhaAndre Goncalves / Antonio Barros / Mariana CunhaCVAtlantico3235424442‑52254043494042434
47th58IC WindRYF3712Olga DimitrevaOlga Oreshnikova / Aleksei Frolov / Yan ChekhRussia243335515225345145‑553748435
48th40PBIIGBR3149Mark GillettPaul Hine / Richard AndertonFrensham Pond(BFD)50151334BFD403241474851438
49th71ZOZHRYF3740Irina BuzinovaMarat Khairov / Nataliya Lyubimova / Nikita PlaksinMoscow35545253‑6141274128404535451
50th77LTXPOR3427Eduardo CardosoJoao Santos / Ruben LuisCNCascais4828374859442148214655(DNS)455
51st5so flyPOR3733Peter StrattonFrancisco Garcia / Bernardo LencastreCNCascais45‑6153273258194322614947456
52nd6VickyPOR3092Augusto Castelo Branco Jr.Augusto Castelo Branco / Salvador Fernandes / Joao Pires Jr.CNCascais524231572351(BFD)4451385839486
53rd74Old SpicePOR3537Filipe Aguilar MachadoTomas Pereira / Pedro AraujoCVAtlantico41‑6343473148513944514352490
54th34TLEVEL.PT/Mergulhao IIPOR3256Andre GrayLourenco Mateus / Joao TomasCNCascais3649274156(BFD)425439545050498
55th24MiudasPOR3203Margarida AguiarSofia Regojo / Ana Champalimaud / Maria AnjosCNCascais37534455(RET)49334756435353523
56th2ContrabandistaPOR3637Patrick LindleyLuis Vasconcelos Dias / Pedro SimoesCNCascais444736‑585454545550585249553
57th21Quinta dos MurcasPOR3411Diogo Correa MendesAna Costa Santos / Antonio Ornelas / Alexandre CasemiroCNCascais4351494951396056494265(DNC)554
58th39CPRNED3246Pascal BakkerChristoffel Ravelman / Marinus RegoortRZV395958‑634855434946596160577
59th17Day offPOR3651Filipe AlbinoFrancisco Calao / Antonio VicenteCNBB49‑6226615757505853565655578
60th73 IRL3278Fraser BrownSantiago Sampaio / Francisco FerreiraCNCascais(BFD)52485437595657UFDUFD5437588
61st32GameChangerUKR 3633Yulia KyrpaLuke Patience / Pavlo Matsuyev / Semen DmytrenkoKyiv Yacht Club(BFD)27206UFDBFDDNSDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC589
62nd60Knot on CallPOR3111Jose MendesJoao Mendes / Filipe Quartin / Luisa PeresANL/CVVC53575556475058525450‑6058590
63rd52TACKTONICBEL3518Nicolas ElleboudtCedric De Bleye / Stefan VanwynsbergheRNSYC OSTEND51585659585359465757‑6359613
64th69LadybugFRA3576Benoit MelenLaurent Beaurin / Emmanuelle BeaurinYCIF(BFD)6550505561535355535761613
65th33Mike TSUI3169Heinrich GuggenbuehlCaspar Guggenbuehl / Karim AbdounSIMPL546660606060(BFD)60596064DNC670
66th57KanimamboPOR3083Raul Bulhao PatoMichael del Vecchio / Nuno EspanaCNCascais(BFD)6459646256BFD5958UFD6257675

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