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SB20 Portuguese National Championship at Clube Naval de Cascais

by Clube Naval de Cascais 20 Jun 06:40 BST 17-19 June 2022

The Cascais SB20 Portuguese National Championship was held from June 17th to 19th at Clube Naval de Cascais. The Championship had 108 sailors taking part in 31 boats. Cascais bay delivered three amazing days of sailing with a mostly westerly breeze from 6 to 14 knots.

After nine races, Quebramar - Marisco na Praça skippered by Henrique Brites with Gonçalo Lopes, Manuel Ramos and Luis Pinheiro consolidated the lead, gained on the first day and thus won the title of Portuguese National Champions of the SB20 Class. John Pollard's team with the Wetherell brothers were runners-up. Finishing off the podium was the Solyd Sailing Team of Vasco Serpa, Pedro Costa Alemão and Diogo Machado Pinto.

Overall Results:

PosNatBoat NameSail NoHelmCrewClubR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8R9Pts
1stPORQUEBRAMAR / MARISCO NA PRACA3206Henrique Brites 20773Goncalo Lopes 4696 / Manuel Ramos 23081 / Luis Pinheiro 18723CNC112181‑91217
2ndGBRXcellent3814John PollardJack Wetherell / Henry WetherellRoyal Torbay Yacht Club32162‑1423322
3rdPORSolyd Sailing Team3801Vasco Serpa 2444Pedro Costa Alemao 6081 / Diogo Machado Pinto 17076CNCascais585215‑196436
4thPORinetum.^3616Joaquim Moreira 4175Tiago Marcelino 2973/ Hugo Mastbaum 1182CNCascais2431769‑182144
5thPORAnother Affair3723Manuel Maria CunhaFrancisco Oliveira 16151/ Miguel Oliveira 18697 / Laura Leiria Pinto 25769CVA8595736‑19851
6thIRLTED3809Michael ConnorDavid Taylor/ Edward CookRStGYC71214114‑1715761
7thPORAP Hotels & Resorts3738Jose Paulo Ramada 7217Fausto Briosa Neves 7658 /Maria Tavares / Miguel Leal de Faria 7204CNCascais611127102‑15DGADGA66
8thNED3J s3754Jeroen van der VeldenJeroen Kop/ Jan van der MeijdenWSV Biesbosch13311831289(DNC)67
9thPORGiboia3286Jose Goncalves 4154Martim Boia 4153/ Rui Boia 4152CNCascais‑1910841416771480
10thFRASkin in the Game3763Edward RussoJonathan Lobert / Tiago AlvesClub Nautique Valeriquais17717997138‑1887
11thPORPatris Finance3505Vasco Passanha 978Sebastiao Ramirez 21817/ Leonardo Lombardi / Zilas Dunke‑Nascimento 22005CNCascais12‑207195153181089
12thUKRBteam3740Stanislav GordienkoArtem Basalkin/ Marina Kurashevych/ Andriy LitvinenkoCNC211615311‑274101393
13thPORHelloNext / Creation3581Nuno Cabral 25949Guilherme Gomes 20411/ Mafalda PIres de Lima 19035/ Francisco Maia 16475Clube Naval de Cascais109421(UFD)13161417104
14thPORBBDouro3620Francisca Barros 10394Joao Cunha 12954/ Joao Ribeiro 8380 / Jose Cunha 16265CWDS16176142721(BFD)46111
15thSUISo fly3733Peter StrattonFrancisco Garcia 5742 /Bernardo Lancastre 4095CNC‑23132312191051515112
16thPORBicasco3306Luis Santos 461Rui Duarte 4973 / Pedro Vilela 5631CVS‑2661316182614175115
17thPORPRESS PLAY3123Bernardo Torres Pego 21507Martim Fernandes 21331 / Manuel Fortunato 18618/ Goncalo Barreto 21287CNCascais11‑27162021825119121
18thPORGuto3710Francisco Neto 3296Ines Gamito 8488/ Pedro Henninger 3300/ Francisca Martins 14437CNC‑242210101720221211124
19thBRALowbeer?s710Geraldo Low‑BeerThomas Low‑Beer / Bernardo Low‑BeerICRJ22151815201112(DSQ)22135
20thPORBravo3652Paulo Palha 3374Andre Goncalves 4189 / Antonio Barros 8191Clube Vela Atlantico919241313282013(DNF)139
21stPORVICKY3092Augusto Castelo Branco 23826Pedro Costa 13482 / Peter Lekszycki 24871CNC15142018162423‑2519149
22ndPORTLEVEL.PT3256Andre Gray 5474Tomas Pires de Lima 19816/ Joao Prieto 14893CNCascais418(RET)272825172316158
23rdPORNACEX3438Miguel Graca 4760Goncalo Castro Nunes 20564 / Joao Lopes 22869CNC(DNC)DNCDNC24226112012159
24thPORLTX3427Eduardo Cardoso 6531Zezi Cardoso 19038/ Riita Borges Coutinho/ Luisa Cardoso 27854CNCascais‑30261922244262220163
25thPORMiudas3203Margarida Aguiar 4413Ana Champalimaud 6187/ Maria Anjos 4349/ Emma Thornton 27855CNCascais2021‑28252323241621173
26thNEDLaserop3549B. van der HoevenStijn Snelders/ HaraldCNC1825272329221024(DNC)178
27thNEDSilverBullet3745Jan‑Willem van RooijMaurice van der Heijden/ RobertRoyal Sailing Club de Maas2528252615192126(DNC)185
28thPOROld Spice3537Tomas Aires Pereira 5645Filipe Aguilar Machado 4909 / Pedro Borges Araujo 5880CVA292321291229(BFD)2123187
29thPORContrabandista3637Patrick LindleyPedro Simoes 16118/ Luis Vasconcelos Dias 12439CN Cascais272422282530(DNC)DNCDNC220
30thPORSanta Maria3521Luis RosarioFine Ranch / Louis BlatteauCNC28(DNS)DNC302618BFD27DNS225
31stPORSargo3157Goncalo Goncalves 18646Joao Santos 21922 / Federica Franchi 21066CNC14(UFD)26DNCDNCDNCDNCDNCDNC232

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