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Post by GaileSailing » Tue Sep 25, 2012 7:23 pm

September 24th, Report and Results

Press release (Google traduction)

Kick off delayed.

The Dragon would inaugurate the thirty-fourth edition of the Royal Regatta, Panerai Trophy in a light breeze from the south-eastern installed after a large grain at noon. Unfortunately, the wind was default until mid-afternoon and the new breath from Southwest soon to settle in the bay of La Napoule.. To reach over 25 knots on a tough race for monotypes!

There was a moment of hesitation on Monday afternoon when a huge cloud came from the surrounding mountains to dump torrential rain on the village located on the quay Laubeuf.. Half an hour of grain, strong wind gusts over thirty knots, torrential rain, and the return of a large sun dried in a few minutes this sudden moisture. It did not take much for the wind to return to its normal state and the Race Committee decided to send the fleet 15h to forty-four in Dragon Bay Golfe Juan.

A breeze from the South-East of ten knots then to go but gradually as the sun descended from the zenith, the breath languished become almost non-existent from 16h. In fact, this is the new wind coming from the South-West zone that caused this calm: Dragons fleet then returned bay of Cannes hoping to find enough air to run a race. And at the stroke of 16:30, the water was much agitated by over twenty knots and a short chop! The Race Committee could then send a handle rather tough since prevailed gusts up to 25 knots over the right edge of the water. Two laps on this course with a banana windward to 1200: the Russian Vassily Senatorov (I Feel Good) took the lead ahead of Italian Giuseppe Duca (Cloud) and Dane Soren Pehrsson (Blue Lady) while first French Gérard Blanc (tsuica II) finished twelfth.

Groupe DRAGON (DRA) après 1 courses
1: "I Feel Good", Vassiliy Senatorov ( / Russia) 1 points
2: "Cloud", Giuseppe Duca ( / Italy) 2 points
3: "Blue Lady", Soren Pehrsson ( / Denmark) 3 points
4: "Revenge", Staffan Larsvall ( / Sweden) 4 points
5: "Annapurna", Anatoly Loginov ( / Russia) 5 points
6: "Bear", Martin Payne ( / Great Britain) 6 points
7: "Kleine Brise", Helmut Schmidt ( / Germany) 7 points
8: "Integrity", Mikhail Senatorov ( / Russie) 8 points
9: "Thouban", Christian Borenius ( / Finland) 9 points
10: "Just For Fun", Leonid Altukhov ( / Russia) 10 points
11: "Tsuica II", Gerard Blanc ( / Yacht Club de Cannes) 11 points
12: "Iskareen", Arnt Bruhns ( / Germany) 12 points
13: "Hombre", James Howells ( / Great Britain) 13 points
14: "Sunflower", Victor Fogelson ( / Russia) 14 points
15: "Hausdraken", Tilmann Krackhardt ( / Germany) 15 points
16: "Imagine", Pierre Francois ( / Yacht Club de St Martin de Re) 16 points
17: "Chi", Michael Schattan ( / Germany) 17 points
18: "Kite", Dirk Oldenburg ( / Germany) 18 points
19: "Bonobo", Bo Selko ( / Denmark) 19 points
20: "Acorus", François Jacquard ( / Yacht Club de Cannes) 20 points
21: "Eostig", Philippe Rossignol ( / Deauville Y C) 21 points
22: "Chapter V", Michel Van Cauvelaert ( / Belgium) 22 points
23: "Fetch The Dragon", François Giraud ( / Yacht Club de Cannes) 23 points
24: "Grendel", Edward Simmons ( / United States O) 24 points
25: "Bijou Bihen", Francis le Bihan ( / Club Voile Cazaux Lac) 25 points
26: "Sofia II", Jörgen Krabbe ( / Sweden) 26 points
---: "Eve", Ean Pugh ( / Ireland) 45 points
---: "Bb Blue", Christian Demangeat ( / Ste Regates A Voile D'annecy) 45 points
---: "Flotation", Richard Davies ( / Great Britain) 45 points
---: "Nenya", Lauri Rechardt ( / Finland) 45 points
---: "Fei-Lin's Flirtation", Ron James ( / Great Britain) 45 points
---: "Blue Haze", Ivan Bradbury ( / Great Britain) 45 points
---: "Gingko", Etienne Lafon ( / Yacht Club de Cannes) 45 points
---: "Step By Step", Catja Everhall Blom ( / Finland) 45 points
---: "Little Hook", Massimo Buzzi ( / Yacht Club de Cannes) 45 points
---: "Yapa L'feu", Thomas de Schriver ( / Belgium) 45 points
---: "Stasya", Alexander Shmid ( / Russia) 45 points
---: "Rusalka", Joseph Varoqui ( / Deauville Y C) 45 points
---: "Dawn", Bram de Wilde ( / The Netherlands) 45 points
---: "Jerboa", Gavia Wilkinson-Cox ( / Great Britain) 45 points
---: "Jazz 3", Chris Bull ( / Great Britain) 45 points
---: "Billy Ray", Vladimir Makaron ( / Russia) 45 points
---: "Tigerduck", Klaus Roesen ( / Germany) 45 points
---: "Child's Dream Iv", Jean Pierre Gailes ( / Yacht Club de Cannes) 45 points

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Post by GaileSailing » Wed Sep 26, 2012 6:45 am

September 25th, Report and Results
(Google Traduction)

A cloud of Annapurna

Two races were able to be launched on Tuesday for the forty-three Dragon in conditions quite difficult for tacticians because the course was wet banana in the bay of Golfe Juan with the Lerins Islands as an obstacle to southerly wind six to eight knots, crews tended to favor the left. And if everyone came back after the first cancellation this afternoon due to a failure of breeze, the second round in the saddle handed the Russians Anatoly Loginov (Annapurna) ahead of his compatriot Vassily Senatorov (I Feel Good), winner of the first round on Monday ... the race track was just as sharp and this time it was one of the few women in the series of Dragon which took the hand Gavia Wilkinson-Cox (Jerboa) and ahead of the regular Danish Soren Pehrsson (Blue Lady) and The Italian Giuseppe Duca (Cloud).
The general classification of three rounds was so tight between the Danes (12 points = 3rd, 7th, 2nd) and Italian (13 points = 2nd, 8th, 3rd) of Russia with ambush (= 19 points 5th, 1st, 13th ) less comfortable in the late afternoon and the German Helmut Schmidt (Kleine Brise, 20 points = 7th, 4th, 9th). French side, Gérard Blanc (tsuica II = 50 points 11th, 22nd, 17th) points to the thirteenth place in front of Francois Jacquard (Acorus, 52 points = 20th, 25th, 7th). The regatta will be difficult tomorrow Wednesday because of the weather forecast predicts thunderstorms and winds so very irregular

RESULTS on 3 RACES
http://gailes.free.fr/blog/R_12_REGATES ... __GS03.pdf

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Post by GaileSailing » Wed Sep 26, 2012 6:44 pm

September 26th, Report and Results
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On a cloud.

The fourth round for the forty-three Dragon could be the turning point of the match! Because at the end of the first race run in Wednesday's Bay Golfe Juan in five knots of breeze (or less) from the North-East, the differences begin to grow between the first three and their pursuers ... In fact, crews had to deal first with the wind relatively stable for the first trip of the windward leeward courses, with a choice left edge of the water, but especially with a fickle breeze evanescent and the second near. The fleet then spun off into two groups and it was difficult to determine who was the better off since first flip supporters favored the edge to the ground and a second, aficionados of the sea. Draw the final or almost but Italian brothers Massimo and Marco supported by Tomaso Buzzi Borzone (Little Hook) crossed the finish line first.

They were followed by the American Edward Simmons (Grendel) and the German Timann Krackhardt (Hausdraken) while the British Ivan Bradbury (Blue Haze) finished third. The Italian Giuseppe Duca as teammates with the French Jean-Sébastien Ponce and Guillaume Berenger (Cloud) took fifth place, which propelled him to the top overall standings. For other favorites were struggling in the small time: the leader yesterday, Danish Soren Pehrsson (Blue Lady), Russian Anatoly Loginov (Annapurna) and the German Helmut Schmidt (Kleine Brise) respectively finished 10th, 13th and 20th ... The Race Committee referred everyone to port after a huge rain squall which lessivait the water and broke wind.

Finally, a light breeze swept from the South Bay La Napoule just before 16h and Sea Dragon resumed for a fifth round ... Let the Russian won Annapurna (before the British Dragon Jerboa and fellow Sunflower) to bounce back in second place overall behind the Italian Cloud indécrochable that ended the seventh round of this more robust: a good fifteen knots south. But there are still two days of racing with a beautiful Thursday normally under the sun and a nice breeze, and the three current leaders are not immune to a performance-cons like the ten crews who had refrain from racing after an early departure black flag (BFD) Wednesday morning ...

PROVISIONNAL RESULTS AFTER 5 RACES :
http://gailes.free.fr/blog/R_12_REGATES ... __GG05.pdf

Report by CANNES DRAGON INTERNATIONAL : http://cannes-dragon.blogspot.fr

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Post by GaileSailing » Thu Sep 27, 2012 7:31 pm

September 27th, Report and Results
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In Dragon, Annapurna climbing up the poster to come down a notch under the effect of a cloud! For winning the sixth inning masterfully in the Bay of Golfe Juan, Russian Anatoly Loginov has gleaned points and the harvest was successful: his most dangerous rival, former leader of yesterday, the Italian Giuseppe Duca (Cloud) realized its more bad race since Monday: 20th in the West breeze a good fifteen knots gusting and a short chop ... And it was worse for the Dane Soren Pehrsson (Blue Lady) who had previously impressed by its regularity 27th! While these poor results could now be erased shelves since more than five races have been completed, but still, the stage became more open as a new round was launched and it was still a day of racing Friday.

For Briton Martin Payne (Bear) who finished second on Thursday morning and pointing among podium contenders, meanwhile was a good move: it therefore hustled gate before the seventh inning sailed in stride and in a breeze took over the safe hours. Especially that concerning His Majesty reiterated by winning the final race of the day! Ahead of his compatriot Yan Bradbury (Blue Haze) and the Italian Giuseppe Duca (Cloud) while the Russian Anatoly Loginov (Annapurna) finished in tenth place. A beautiful reshuffle the general classification with four teams are now vying for the final victory on Friday. French side, Joseph Varoqui (Rusalka) points to the thirteenth place overall and seems more at ease in the breeze: it can still hope to finish in the "top ten" of Cannes Royal Regatta ...

Provisional standings after seven rounds of the Dragon :
http://gailes.free.fr/blog/R_12_REGATES ... __GG07.pdf

CANNES DRAGON INTERNATIONAL :
http://cannes-dragon.blogspot.fr

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Post by GaileSailing » Fri Sep 28, 2012 8:10 pm

September 28th, Report and Final Results
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The highest peak

Last day for Dragon who chained three races to follow in ideal conditions: flat sea and land breeze from the North-East rather regular. Russian Anatoly Loginov (Annapurna) won the final ahead of Italian Giuseppe Duca and Dane Soren Pehrsson. As for classic yachts, although covered Friday was perfect for a great ride in the bay of La Napoule with a dozen nodes Est.
The dragonists have been busy for the final day of racing in the bay of Golfe Juan three legs to follow in a north-easterly breeze of ten knots turning east end and sometimes Southeast with some reinforcements passengers and some slowdowns ephemeral. In short it was not only go fast, it still had to go to the right place ... And also watch his most dangerous opponents to stall overall. In this game, the Russian Anatoly Loginov (Annapurna) already won the Royal Regatta, has his perfect control limit: 4th, 3rd, 2nd, consistency pays off!
A trio above lot
In fact, it is this focus that prevailed in Cannes and some teams have lost any chance of a podium finish times in the first ten races run, like the British Ivan Bradbury (Blue Haze, 4th) that not finish the first race and finished in the deep (30th) at the handle 6. Or as the German Helmut Schmidt (Kleine Brise, 5th) who cashed a BFD (start and flew eliminatory) mid-race, the Dane Bo Selko (Bonobo, 6th) with OCS (starting stolen unrepaired), the English Martin Payne (Bear, 7th) losing the thread after its abandonment during the penultimate race.
It only has to analyze the results by race round to see that the first three have never actually been taken down even if the ten innings, they realized one or two cons-performance (but the worst score can be deleted): the final winner and has never finished worse than 17th thirteenth ... The dolphin and the third overall, 24th on the forty-three classified. Anatoly Loginov (Annapurna) thus won the trophy in Cannes with the final day which allowed him to overtake the Italian Giuseppe Duca (Cloud), leader yesterday and still had trouble finding the way this Friday (16th, 10th, eighth), while the Danish Soren Pehrsson (Blue Lady) who had started the day well with a win in round 8, then enferrait is for the following two races.

FULL RESULTS :
http://gailes.free.fr/blog/R_12_REGATES ... __GG10.pdf

Report by CANNES DRAGON INTERNATIONAL
http://cannes-dragon.blogspot.fr

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