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PAOLO BRESCIA WINS THE ITALIAN TRICOLOR MELGES 24 IN TORBOLE
Altea by Andrea Racchelli first ever Three fabulous sunny and windy days at 20 knots inaugurate the season of great regattas on Garda Trentino Official debut of the electric buoys on two racing courses: satisfaction with the stability of the operation considering the challenging conditions with 20 knots of wind.
At the Circolo Vela Torbole ended the Italian Championship Melges 24, which marked the start of the sailing races of the big numbers and awarded the first national title after lockdown. A start to the competitive and sporting season with a double appointment, since the Interzonal Techno 293 Championship, organized in this fabulous weekend at Circolo Surf Torbole, was also held. In fact, there couldn't have been better wind and weather conditions for this opening of the sailing season of the regattas, which brought 22 crews on the Melges 24 (150 committed sailors plus companions) and about sixty young surfers for the Techno 293 with their families and coaches to Alto Garda.Nine races were held for this Italian Melges 24 Championship and the Italian title awarded by FIV Italian Sailing Federation, won by Paolo Brescia (Italian Yacht Club) and his crew composed of Ariberto Strobino, Simon Sibitz, Jas Farneti and Stefano Orlandi on "Melgina", third overall. Andrea Racchelli's Altea in fact - Melges 24 World Champion in 2018 in Canada, first overall and overall winner, had on board the Englishman Nick Asher, who didn't allow him to compete for the national championship; his race management was excellent, especially at the start of the event, while on the last day of racing he controlled his rivals, finishing with a 7-2-8, losing a few points over the Estonian Tonu Toniste (4 points compared to 10 on Saturday). The Estonians won the "Corinthian" non-professional classification; second in the same category Marco Zammarchi (YCI) on Taki 4, who won the Corinthian national title (already World Champion in 2016, in Miami). Third was Sergio Caramel (Portodimare) on Arkanoè by Montura, with a crew of young sailors under 25 from the Northern Adriatic.
A positive weekend also for the Garda Trentino Vela consortium, which made available to the clubs the electric buoys used in both race courses - Melges and Techno 293 - without encountering technical problems.