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2022 International Moth World Championship at Yacht Club Argentino - Day 5

by Moth Worlds Argentina 2022 4 Dec 2022 05:52 GMT 27 November - 4 December 2022

On the penultimate day of racing at the Moth World Championship the wind again delivered on a typical spring day on the Rio de la Plata and four more races were completed.

The first two races were sailed in easterly winds of around 9 knots, both won by Argentine Massimo Contessi.

For the third and fourth races the wind intensity increased and British sailor Dylan Fletcher, who has been leading the world championship since yesterday, won both races.

With these results Fletcher is comfortably positioned as leader of the standings with 11 points, while the Argentine Massimo Contessi follows him in second place with 19 points. Italy's Simone Salva completes the podium with a total of 23 points.

After the races the sailors shared an after race meal of prawns with gin Bosque.

The sponsors of this event are: Conservas Marechiare, Oh! Gift Card, Lowe Developers, Zhik, Unplastify, Maguire Boats, PSA, Garda Carbon Lab.

Results after Day 5:

PosNatSail NoHelmCategoryClubR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8R9R10Pts
1GBR10Dylan Fletcher‑ScottOpenWPNSA1‑101‑221221111
2ARG4883Massimo ContessiJuniorCNMP‑YCA22‑53‑124113319
3ITA9Simone SalvaOpenFVM4‑8‑6132452223
4USA4768Richard DidhamOpenABYC(DNS)13418‑1049434
5USA4821Brad FunkOpenNSA‑16345‑1453104539
6AUS4908Robert GreenhalghOpenCYCA(DNS)122643‑1785747
7ITA5Francesco BruniMaster 34‑97RDG9667‑1447.8
8USA4885Harry MelgesJuniorLGYC1078‑11(DNS)10578661
9ITA4847Lorenzo De FeliceOpenRYCC511710613‑15911‑1772
10FRA4882Enzo BalangerJuniorLPM‑17513‑1611611166876
11ARG4849Franco GreggiOpenYCA‑206121297‑163121677
12SUI4776Sebastien SchneiterOpenSNG7‑18119815913‑171284
13USA4770Brooks ReedOpenWCM11(DNS)1085141214‑181387
14ARG4880Mario SegersOpenCNSI9(DNS)‑19141012811131188
15GBR4951Kyle StonehamOpenPMS(DNS)91720711‑3420109103
16AUS4739Scott WebsterOpenFVM8(DNS)14131316131514‑18106
17GER4645Maximilian MägeOpenBYC6(DNS)1515(DNF)DNS7122010124
18GER4820Kai AdolphMasterBYC‑FVM12161618(DNS)20‑22211515133
19ITA4907Fabio MazzettiMasterCVA13131817‑2019191919‑21137
20USA4850Helena ScuttFemaleSFYC‑RYC‑SYC192020211517‑291716‑22145
21SUI4350Blin AymericOpenCVVT18(DNS)2219222314‑252324165
22ARG4423Pablo VölkerOpenCNSI2115232221‑2520‑262123166
23SUI4591Philippe SchillerMasterSNG(DNS)17‑2825192118222225169
24GER4795Franziska MägeFemaleBYC15(DNS)‑2723262223182619172
25USA4643Ripley ShelleyJuniorZYC2219‑262624182423(UFD)20176
26ARG4331Luca ContessiJuniorCNMP‑YCA14142430172431(DNS)(DNS)DNS193
27ARG4461Santiago DuncanJuniorRRC23(DNS)2524‑282821242427196
28ARG4368Domingo José ContessiMasterCNMP262130‑31232727‑312730211
29CHI4810Mathias Robertson JunemannOpenNV(DNS)(DNS)3129272626292526219
30ARG4954Federico VillambrosaOpenYCA30(DNS)212718(UFD)DNS27UFD28229
31ARG4225Leonardo D'OnofrioOpenYCA27(DNF)‑3228293032282929232
32ARG4098Teresa RomaironeFemale & JuniorYCA25(DNS)‑3432303125303132236
33ARG4380Franco Riquelme AntonettiOpenCNMP31(DNS)NS)35313230343034257
34ARG4226Maximiliano KraljJuniorYCA29(DNS)29(DNS)DNSDNS28332833258
35ARG4955Juan Correa HendersonOpen 24(DNS)33332529(DNS)DNSDNSDNS261
36ITA4878Francesco CerinaOpenCNLC(DNS)(DNS)DNSDNS16DNSDNSDNSUFDDNS289
37GBR4669TBAMasterHISC(DNS)(DNS)DNSDNSDNSDNS3332DNS31291
38SUI4748Viktor GalOpenJK Palic28(DNS)(DNS)34DNSDNSDNSDNSDNSDNS296

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