Kejohanan Raymond India International Regatta hari ke-4: Terakhir Individu

Ralat dan info tambahan

Pembetulan kepada posting di bawah:

Makluman yang diterima dari coach Romzi semalam:

  1. Champion dimenangi oleh Mohd Uzair (Ayang) dan bukannya Fauzi
  2. Manakala Latif di tempat ke-7
  3. Asmawi di tempat ke-13
  4. Manakala bagi acara berpasukan kita berjaya mendapat tempat ke-2, tewas kepada Ireland dan pasuakn Malaysia di tempat ke-3, Cuma 2 lagi pelayar yang berpasangan dengan Latif dan Asmawi tidak dimaklumkan

Perkembangan dan keputusan semasa akan diupdate sebaik maklumat diterima. Pelayar mengikut jadual akan berangkat pulang pada lewat pagi ini.


Kejohanan RIIR bagi acara individu telah berakhir semlam dan hari ini peserta berentap abgi acara berpasukan pula.

Keputusan dan maklumat tidak dapat diperolehi melalui laman web resmi RIIR. Tetapi melalui twitternya nampak kurang menarik dimana kalau sehari sebelumnya keputusan Asmawi tidak kelihatan padaa salah satu perlumbaan, kini nama Latif pula tidak kelihatan pada keputusan Race 1 harian. Manakala update terkini laman web RIIR pula seperti (di bawah) hanya menyatakan berkaitan dengan pemenang-pemenang top 3  sahaja dan nama smawi atau Latif tidak tertera pada top 3 dengan masih lagi peserta Malaysia mengugguli kejohanan ini bagi kelas Optimist Individu dengan Fauzi menjuarai kejohanan ini dan diikuti oleh Naquib Iman manakala tempat ke-3 telah dirampas oleh peserta dari India. Adakah bermakna Latif dan Asmawi tersangkut dengan OCS/BFD, atau mempunyai bad result secara berturut-turut? Kita masih menunggu keputusan penuh disiar. Berikut adalah update yang dimuatturun:

 

The final day of the RIIR 2013 fleet racing turned out to be a glorious day for sailing though the Race Committee had to start the racing North of the harbour because of the land breeze and then move the racing venue to South of the harbour later when the sea breeze set in. Totally 3 races for the Optimists and 4 each for the Laser 4.7s and the 29ers were held. The first race was started North of the harbour in winds of about 7 to 8 knots from 280 deg and then sea breeze set in and the wind shifted to 170 deg and blew at about 8 to 12 knots the rest of the day. The afternoon had several Black Flag starts and the Optimist lineup changed considerably as only 6 races were completed for them so they get no discard. 10 races were held in the 29er class and 8 in the Laser 4.7 and both could avail discard of one of their worst score.
 
In the 29er class, the Slovenians slackened somewhat and did not win any of the races though they did finish somewhere near the top in three of the four races. However, with the lead that they had already built up, they were in no danger of being dethroned and won the 29er class championship. Local lads Ganapathy and Varun had a great day out winning 2 of the 4 races and in the third they lost the 1st position by a whisker to the girls Varsha and Aishwarya. With a win, a 2nd and a 3rd position this day, the girls clinched the 3rd place. the performance of both the Indian teams is highly creditable considering the strong fleet that competed.
 
In the Laser 4.7 fleet seasoned sailor Upamanyu Dutta sailed very steady getting podium finishes in all three races with a gun in one and overtook Dheer Singhi to win the Laser 4.7 class championship. Dheer Singhi had a rather poor day out and slipped to 2nd place while Janaki Balachander continued to get decent finishes to finish third overall and the Girls Gold.
 
In the Optimist category, fortunes shifted quite a bit today however Malaysians cornered most of the top positions. Md Fauzi who won a race and finished 2nd in 2 of the races won the championship with his compatriot Naquib Eiman in 2nd position. India's Vishnu Saravanan who was trailing yesterday in 9th position had a solid day out and climbed up the ranks to win the Bronze for India. Among the girls, Malaysians Natasya Nabila and Nor Nabila won the Gold and Bronze while Jayalakshmi from TNSA brought in the Silver for India. Chitresh Tatha won the Junior crown while Navyn Prabhakar was the first among sub juniors, both from TNSA.
 
Final Results
 
Optimist
 
Race 4:
1. Md. Fauzi (MAS)
2. Chitresh Tatha (India)
3. Vishnu Saravanan (India)
Race 5:
1. Md. Dhiauddin (MAS)
2. Md. Fauzi (MAS)
3. Chitresh Tatha (India)
Race 6:
1. Md. Uzair (MAS)
2. Md. Fauzi (MAS)
3. Vishnu Saravanan (India)
 
Overall:
1. Md. Uzair (MAS) - 35 pts (or Mohd Fauzi??-typing error kot)
2. Naquib Eiman (MAS) - 36
3. Vishnu Saravanan (India) - 44 pts
 
Optimist Girls:
1. Natasya Nabila (MAS) - 96 pts
2. Jayalakshmi (India) - 106 pts
3. Nor Nabila (MAS) - 117 pts
 
Junior: Chitresh Tatha (India) - 45 pts
 
Sub Junior: Navyn Prabhakar (India) - 151 pts
 
Laser 4.7
 
Race 5:
1. Dheer Singhi (India)
2. Ravindhar Murali (India)
3. Anand Thakur (India)
Race 6:
1. Tarun Bhatia (India)
2. Janaki Balachandar (India)
3. Upamanyu Dutta (India)
Race 7:
1. Upamanyu Dutta (India)
2. Shikar Garg (India)
3. Khairun Hanna Afendy (MAS)
Race 8:
1. Ravindhar Murali (India)
2. Upamanyu Dutta (India)
3. Nicholas Patrick (India)
Overall:
1. Upamanyu Dutta (India) - 19 pts
2. Dheer Sighi (India) - 26 pts
3. Janaki Balachandar (India) - 30 pts
 
Girls: Janaki Balachandar (India) - 30 pts
 
29er
 
Race 7:
1. K C Ganapathy / Varun Thakkar (India)
2. Peter Lin Janezic / Lea Dora Janezic (SLO)
3. Mimi El Khazindar / Ben Batten (GBR)
Race 8:
1. Mimi El Khazindar / Ben Batten (GBR)
2. Joris Waller / Daniel Bramervaer (NED)
3. Varsha Gautham / Aishwarya Nedunchezhiyan (India)
Race 9:
1. K C Ganapathy / Varun Thakkar (India)
2. Varsha Gautham / Aishwarya Nedunchezhiyan (India)
3. Peter Lin Janezic / Lea Dora Janezic (SLO)
Race 10:
Race 1. Varsha Gautham / Aishwarya Nedunchezhiyan (India)
Race 2. K C Ganapathy / Varun Thakkar (India)
Race 3. Peter Lin Janezic / Lea Dora Janezic (SLO)
 
Overall:
1. Peter Lin Janezic / Lea Dora Janezic - 17 pts (SLO)
2.  K C Ganapathy / Varun Thakkar - 24 pts (India)
3. Varsha Gautham / Aishwarya Nedunchezhiyan - 32 pts (India)

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