Kejohanan Raymond India International Regatta - hari Ke-2

Baru sebentar tadi melihat keputusan yang dipaparkan di web resmi kejohanan IIR. Seperti dimaklumkan semalam benarlah hanya 1 race sahaja bagi kelas Optimist berjaya dijalankan. Keputusan adaalah seperti berikut:

 

Results RIIR 2013 - Optimist

 

 

POS

Participant

Sail

DOB

Team

Gen

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

Total

D1

D 2

TOTAL

1

MUHAMMAD FAUZI BIN KAMAN SHAH

9006

10/11/2002

MAS

B

1

                     

1

     

2

NAVEEN KUMANAN

1359

17/07/2001

IND

B

2

                     

2

     

3

NAQUIB EIMAN BIN SHAHRIN

14

07/07/1999

MAS

B

3

                     

3

     

4

ABDUL LATIF BIN MANSOR

203

03/04/2000

MAS

B

4

                     

4

     

5

NATASHYA NABILA BINTI SAWAL

9001

24/10/2000

MAS

G

5

                     

5

     

6

NOR NABILA NATASHA BINTI MOHD NAZRI

92

17/05/2002

MAS

G

6

                     

6

     

7

MUHAMMAD DHIAUDDIN BIN ROZAINI

11

15/08/2000

MAS

B

7

                     

7

     

8

JOHNNY DURCAN

1482

08/12/1999

IRL

B

8

                     

8

     

9

MAHESH BALACHANDER

1380

05/06/2001

IND

B

9

                     

9

     

10

ASMAWI BIN AZMAN

246

02/02/2000

MAS

B

10

                     

10

     

11

CHITRESH TATHA

1011

30/10/2001

IND

B

11

                     

11

     

12

ANIKETH RAJARAM

1224

24/02/2001

IND

B

12

                     

12

     

13

RISHAB NAYAR

1399

08/01/2001

IND

B

13

                     

13

     

14

ANANYA CHOUHAN

1396

03/01/2000

IND

G

14

                     

14

     

15

VISHNU SARAVANAN

1403

24/02/1999

IND

B

15

                     

15

     

16

MUHAMAD UZAIR AMIN BIN MOHD YUSOF

88

18/12/1999

MAS

B

16

                     

16

     

17

ASHWIN MURALI

1175

22/08/2000

IND

B

17

                     

17

     

18

VENKAT KRISHNA KARUMANCHI

1356

11/06/2001

IND

B

18

                     

18

     

19

NAVYN PRABHAKAR

1151

10/05/2003

IND

B

19

                     

19

     

20

PETER FAGAN

1448

02-11-2000

IRL

B

20

                     

20

     

45

SUJITH THIRUNAVUKARASU

1202

01/09/2004

IND

B

45

                     

45

     

46

AJAY SENTHILKUMAR

1207

25-11-2001

IND

B

46

                     

46

     

47

RAMYA SARAVANAN

1402

20-09-2000

IND

G

47

                     

47

     

48

KIRAN  P S

1194

13/03/2000

IND

B

48

                     

48

     

49

AGILAN. G

1182

30-12-2002

IND

B

49

                     

49

     

50

MEHUL AGARWAL

1406

26-03-2002

IND

B

50

                     

50

     

51

KHUSHITH JAIN

1204

24/09/2004

IND

B

53

                     

53

     

52

PRANAVAIDIYA KUMARAVEL

1211

23/10/2001

IND

B

53

                     

53

     

 

 

Keputusan menunjukkan yang pelayar Malaysia mengungguli kedudukan 10 terbaik dengan 7 pelayar negara berada dalam top 10. Tahniah kepada semua terutamanya kepada Asmawi dan juga Latif. Tetapi perjalanan kejohanan masih panjang dengan berbaki 11 perlumbaan lagi akan berlangsung apa saja boleh berlaku dan kita berharap dan berdoa agar pelayar kita mampu mengekalkan rentak dan malahan mampu melakukan dengan lebih baik lagi.

 

Tetapi dalam meneliti nama-nama pelayar saya mendapati nama Ali tidak tersenarai sedang semua pelayar Optimist yang lain turut serta bermakna 5 dari 6 atlet Optimist Pelapis kebangsaan didedahkan kepada pertandingan ini tetapi Ali tidak termasuk, kenapakah perkara ini berlaku? Adakah prestasi  yang dijadikan kayu ukur, saya rasa keputusan mereka pada tahun ini adalah agak seimbang antara kebanyakan mereka. Saya juga pernah meminta penjelasan dari pihak pengurusan di Langkawi berkenaan denagn prestasi Ali yang dilihat seolah sedikit menurun pada beberapa pertandingan terakhir (tetapi tidaklah ia sentiasa berada pada kedudukan terakhir rasanya) tetapi tiada penjelasan susulan diterima dari pihak pengurusan. Perkara ini mungkin menjadikan kita terasa berat hati dan perlu berfikir berkali-kali untuk melepaskan atlet negeri bagi beraksi dan terpilih sebagai atlet kebangsaan???.

 

Sementara itu mengikuti twitter kejohanan pada hari ini seolah-olah sekali lagi angin tidak begitu baik di mana kelihatan hanya 29er dan Laser 4.7 sahaja yang dapat dilihat keputusan di twitter tersebut dan tiada keputusan untuk kelas Optimist, seolah-olah tiada pertandingan untuk kelas Optimist dengan bot-bot telah menuju ke darat.

 

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  • #1

    gustmysailing (Thursday, 03 October 2013 08:05)

    Seperti dinyatakan: berita terkini dari laman web kejohanan seperti berikut:
    Day 2 of the RIIR 2013 dawned grey and gloomy causing apprehension to all concerned. The day proved to be very difficult for officials and sailors alike with wildly shifting and low winds necessitating shifting of the marks repeatedly.With the result only one race each in the 29er class and the Laser 4.7 could be held and none in the Optimist. The situation is rather tough for the organisers as in 2 days, instead of the scheduled 6 races each, only 3 races have been held in the 29er, 2 in the laser 4.7 and just 1 in the Optimist. It now looks increasingly likely that there will be fleet racing on the 6th also instead of the team racing planned for the Optimists.

    The wind started out from the west and the race committee went North of the harbour to lay the course. For about 2 hours the land breeze continued but stayed from 3 to 6 knots. At about 11 it shifted southwards to 220 deg but remained very low. The Race Committee followed the wind and moved South to the right side of the harbour. An hour later gusts of breeze started coming from 70deg and the sailors launched. By the time marks were laid the wind moved to due East and the marks had to be shifted. The 29er race was started in about 6 to 8 knot winds from the East and then the Lasers started off. Before the Optis could be started winds dropped, however the 29er fleet managed to finish their race while Lasers finished a shortened course. The wind shifted to 120 deg now and the marks were moved for the Optis, by then it was getting close to 4 PM after which no race could be started. And the wind too died and racing was called off for the day.

    In the 29er class New Zealand sailors Markus / Isaac led initially however the Slovenian siblings Peter Lin and Lea Dora caught up in the second loop and won the race and the Kiwis ended up 2nd with Netherlands sailors following them in the 3rd position. Ganapathy and Varun finished 4th and retained their 2nd position overall.

    In the Laser 4.7 class, Indians continue to hold the fort. TNSA's Janaki Balachander who has just outgrown the Optimist, won the race beating experienced sailors like Upamanyu who finished 2nd and Dheer SInghi who finished 3rd. Dheer Singhi leads the Laser 4.7 fleet overall now while Janaki got ahead of Nethra who was leading among the girls yesterday..

    Provisional Results

    Optimist - No races.

    Laser 4.7

    Race 2:
    1. Janaki Balachander (India)
    2. Upamanyu Dutta (India)
    3. Dheer Singhi (India)

    Overall:

    1. Dheer SInghi (India) - 5 pts
    2. Shikar Garg (India) - 8 pts
    3. (Koteswara Rao (India) - 10 pts

    29er

    Race 3:
    1. Peter Lin Janezic / Lea Dora Janezic (SLO)
    2. Markus Somerville / Isaac McHardie (NZ)
    3. Joris Waller / Daniel Bramervaer (NED)

    Overall:
    1. Peter Lin Janezic / Lea Dora Janezic (SLO) - 3 pts
    2. Ganapathy / Varun Thakkar (India) - 8 pts
    3. Markus Somerville / Isaac McHardie (NZ) - 11 pts