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2022 International Moth World Championship at Yacht Club Argentino - Overall

by Moth Worlds Argentina 2022 5 Dec 2022 06:20 GMT 27 November - 4 December 2022

The Moth 2022 World Championship, organized by the Yacht Club Argentino at its headquarters in Dársena Norte, came to an end on Sunday. It was a challenging event and conditions weren't always easy, but we managed to have thirteen fair races that gave us new champions.

On the sixth and last day, three races were completed.

In the first race, 8 knots were blowing from the NE sector. Massimo Contessi won this race.

As the day went on, the wind shifted to the east and reduced its intensity. The Italian Francesco Bruni won the last two races and took the title of Master World Champion.

After thirteen races, British sailor Dylan Fletcher Scott was crowned 2022 World Champion in the Moth Class, with a total of seventeen points. Argentina's Massimo Contessi came in second place with twenty-seven points and also received the title of Junior World Champion. Completing the podium was Italy's Simone Salva, with thirty-six points.

Helena Scutt was crowned Female World Champion.

Thanks to the sailors, volunteers, staff and sponsors! The sponsors of this event are: Conservas Marechiare, Oh! Gift Card, Lowe Developers, Zhik, Unplastify, Maguire Boats, PSA, Garda Carbon Lab.

Overall Results:

PosNatSail NoHelmCategoryClubR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8R9R10R11R12R13Pts
1GBR10Dylan Fletcher‑ScottOpenWPNSA1‑10122122112‑5217
2ARG4883Massimo ContessiJuniorCNMP‑YCA22‑53‑124113312527
3ITA9Simone SalvaOpenFVM4‑86132452243‑1336
4USA4821Brad FunkOpenNSA uk‑16345‑1453104534652
5USA4768Richard DidhamOpenABYC(DNS)13418‑10494106353
6ITA5Francesco BruniMaster 34‑97RDG9667‑1461155.8
7AUS4908Robert GreenhalghOpenCYCA(DNS)12264317857127DNS83
8USA4885Harry MelgesJuniorLGYC1078‑11(DNS)10578678884
9FRA4882Enzo BalangerJuniorLPM‑17513‑161161116688124100
10SUI4776Sebastien SchneiterOpenSNG7‑18119815913‑1712597105
11ITA4847Lorenzo De FeliceOpenRYCC51171061315911‑17‑17159111
12ARG4849Franco GreggiOpenYCA‑2061212971631216‑201011114
13USA4770Brooks ReedOpenWCM11(DNS)1085141214‑1813131112123
14ARG4880Mario SegersOpenCNSI9(DNS)‑191410128111311111614129
15AUS4739Scott WebsterOpenFVM8(DNS)1413131613151418914(NCS)147
16GER4820Kai AdolphMasterBYC‑FVM12161618(DNS)20‑22211515161715181
17GER4645Maximilian MägeOpenBYC6(DNS)1515(DNF)DNS7122010DNS1310186
18GBR4951Kyle StonehamOpenPMS(DNS)9172071134201092728(DNS)192
19ITA4907Fabio MazzettiMasterCVA1313181720191919192122 (UFD)200
20USA4850Helena ScuttFemaleSFYC‑RYC‑SYC192020211517‑291716‑2218() 2217202
21ARG4423Pablo VölkerOpenCNSI2115232221‑2520‑262123152018219
22SUI4350Blin AymericOpenCVVT18(DNS)2219222314252324(UFD)1816224
23GER4795Franziska MägeFemaleBYC15(DNS)‑2723262223182619141920225
24SUI4591Philippe SchillerMasterSNG(DNS)17‑2825192118222225262725247
25ARG4331Luca ContessiJuniorCNMP‑YCA14142430172431(DNS)(DNS)DNS212319256
26ARG4461Santiago DuncanJuniorRRC23(DNS)25242828212424271921DNS264
27USA4643Ripley ShelleyJuniorZYC2219262624182423(UFD)20(DNS)DNSDNS280
28ARG4368Domingo José ContessiMasterCNMP262130‑31232727‑312730283024293
29CHI4810Mathias Robertson JunemannOpenNV(DNS)(DNS)3129272626292526242922294
30ARG4225Leonardo D'OnofrioOpenYCA27(DNF)‑3228293032282929232421300
31ARG4098Teresa RomaironeFemale & JuniorYCA25(DNS)‑3432303125303132252626313
32ARG4954Federico VillambrosaOpenYCA30(DNS)212718(UFD)DNS27UFD28DNFDNSDNS346
33ARG4226Maximiliano KraljJuniorYCA29(DNS)29(DNS)DNSDNS28332833DNS3123351
34ARG4380Franco Riquelme AntonettiOpenCNMP31(DNS)(DNS)3531323034303429DNS27352
35ARG4955Juan Correa HendersonOpen 24(DNS)33332529(DNS)DNSDNSDNSDNSDNSDNS378

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