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2016 Finn European Championships
Day one
International Sailing Center
Barcelona Center News
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Huge fleet to challenge for 2016 Finn European titles in Barcelona

The field is narrowing as the Rio Olympics draws ever closer and a key event for many of those fighting for the few remaining paces is the 2016 Senior and Junior Finn European Championships in Barcelona, Spain

The entry list is a huge 98 boats from 31 countries including an encouraging number of new and returning countries to the Finn class. The defending senior champion Ivan Kljakovic Gaspic (CRO) will be looking for his fourth European title, but more importantly he is still looking to close down the selection series for Rio against Milan Vujasinovic (CRO). Their selections end in May, so this event is not being used, but will be crucial for confidence building for both of them.
0” to 14” the Barcelona International Sailing Center

14” to 28” Weather briefing with sailors and coaches

28” to 1’13” boats preparation and launching

1’13” to 1’21” Start race 1

1’22” to 1’40” Upwind: NED Postma, HUN Berecz , CZE1 Maier, DEN2 Hoegh-Christiansen; SWE6

Allanson, ESP7 Muscat.

1’40” to 1’43” GRE Mitakis around top mark and downwind

1’43” to 1.52” around First top mark: EST 2 Karpark, NOR1Pedersen, NED POstma, GER

1’52” GRE77 Mitakis at gate downwind

1’55” to 2’O5” ESP 17 EST 11 USA 11 2.05 at gate downwind

2’05” to 2’13” CRO 69 Milan Vujasinovic takes race lead going to the second top mark.

2’14” to 2’2” Mitakis GRE 77 fight off downwind to the finish with Berecz HUN Hoegh-Christensen


2.25 CRO 69 Milan Vujasinovic wins RACE 1

2’28 to 2’38” Mitakis GRE second , Hoegh-Christensen DEN third, Berecz HUN fourth across the line

of race 1.

2’29 to end boats returning to shore and cleaning boats.

Interview : Ioannis Mitakis in English. (second position).

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