Keputusan dan berita acara berpasukan: Raymond India International Regatta 2013

Seperti yang dimaklumkan pada posting semalam, berita bagi acara berpasukan telah diupdatekan di website resmi kejohanan seperti dimaklumkan pasukan kita yang bergabung dengan 2 pelayar kebangsaan (Naquib Iman dan Nur Nabila Natasha telah berjaya menduduki tempat ke-2 tewas kepada pasukan gabungan India dan Ireland.  Manakala pasukan kebangsaan pula berada pada tangga ke-3. Berita lanjut seperti di bawah:

 

Team Racing at RIIR 2013

On the final day of the RIIR 2113, the conditions were perfect for sailing. The wind set at at 160 deg early in the day and stayed steady between 6 to 8 knots. The team races were conducted inside the harbour near the container terminal. Team racing is conducted only in Optimist class world over as it is small and slow enough so easy maneuvering and avoiding collision is possible. Each team comprises of 4 sailors and each team races with the other teams in their group in a round robin after which the top 2 teams in each group reaches the knockout stage with semi finals and finals thereon.
In team racing each team together has to get a total tally of better positions (lower score) to win against the other. Points are awarded based on position and with 8 boats in fray, out of the total 36 points available (1+2+3+......8) whichever team gets lower score wins. In a twist to the contest, if the two teams are tied in points (18 each), whichever team whose sailor finishes first loses. The important thing in team racing is that you cannot win without making sure your team wins. So the sailors don't race to the finish line but try to delay the opponents so that all their team mates go ahead of them. It requires tremendous amount of strategy, tactics and boat handling skills to compete and win in team racing.
Totally 8 teams registered for team racing, 2 Malaysian, 1 Seychelles, 1 a mix of India and Ireland (Indiland) and 4 teams from India. The 8 teams were divided into 2 groups and at the end of the round robin races, teams Malaysia 1 and Indiland and Malaysia 2 and India-TNSA emerged the top 2 teams respectively in the 2 groups. Malaysia 2 and Indiland won the semifinals and in a gripping final race, Indiland was tied in points with Malaysia 2, and in the last moment the first Indiland sailor managed to duck the finish line in the last moment and the Malaysia 2 sailor finished first and lost the race for the team. In the play for 3rd place Malaysia 1 emerged victors.
Results:
1. Indiland - Vishnu Saravanan, Venkat Krishna, (both India), Johnny Durcan and Peter Fagan (both Ireland).
2. Malaysia 2 - Naquib Eiman, Abdul Latif, Asmawi Bin Azman, Nor Nabila Natasha
3. Malaysia 1 - Md Uzair, Md. Dhiauddin, Natasya Nabila and Md.Fauzi
On the final day of the RIIR 2113, the conditions were perfect for sailing. The wind set at at 160 deg early in the day and stayed steady between 6 to 8 knots. The team races were conducted inside the harbour near the container terminal. Team racing is conducted only in Optimist class world over as it is small and slow enough so easy maneuvering and avoiding collision is possible. Each team comprises of 4 sailors and each team races with the other teams in their group in a round robin after which the top 2 teams in each group reaches the knockout stage with semi finals and finals thereon.
In team racing each team together has to get a total tally of better positions (lower score) to win against the other. Points are awarded based on position and with 8 boats in fray, out of the total 36 points available (1+2+3+......8) whichever team gets lower score wins. In a twist to the contest, if the two teams are tied in points (18 each), whichever team whose sailor finishes first loses. The important thing in team racing is that you cannot win without making sure your team wins. So the sailors don't race to the finish line but try to delay the opponents so that all their team mates go ahead of them. It requires tremendous amount of strategy, tactics and boat handling skills to compete and win in team racing.
Totally 8 teams registered for team racing, 2 Malaysian, 1 Seychelles, 1 a mix of India and Ireland (Indiland) and 4 teams from India. The 8 teams were divided into 2 groups and at the end of the round robin races, teams Malaysia 1 and Indiland and Malaysia 2 and India-TNSA emerged the top 2 teams respectively in the 2 groups. Malaysia 2 and Indiland won the semifinals and in a gripping final race, Indiland was tied in points with Malaysia 2, and in the last moment the first Indiland sailor managed to duck the finish line in the last moment and the Malaysia 2 sailor finished first and lost the race for the team. In the play for 3rd place Malaysia 1 emerged victors.
Results:
1. Indiland - Vishnu Saravanan, Venkat Krishna, (both India), Johnny Durcan and Peter Fagan (both Ireland).
2. Malaysia 2 - Naquib Eiman, Abdul Latif, Asmawi Bin Azman, Nor Nabila Natasha
3. Malaysia 1 - Md Uzair, Md. Dhiauddin, Natasya Nabila and Md.Fauzi

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