2016 Snipe Western Hemisphere & Orient Championship http://2016.snipewho.org Wed, 12 Jul 2017 03:29:05 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.2 https://i1.wp.com/2016.snipewho.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2016/03/cropped-snipewho16a.png?fit=32%2C32 2016 Snipe Western Hemisphere & Orient Championship http://2016.snipewho.org 32 32 Equatorians Edgar Diminich and Jaime Santos are champions of the Western Hemisphere and Orient Championship http://2016.snipewho.org/2016/06/27/equatorians-edgar-diminich-jaime-santos-champions-western-hemisphere-orient-championship/ Mon, 27 Jun 2016 16:29:58 +0000 http://2016.snipewho.org/?p=226 On the one hand frustration, euphoria. When the race Committee, chaired by Carlos “Cuca” Shafiq, gave up definitely perform the evidence this Saturday (25/6) at verges from praia do Forte, in Cabo Frio, four doubles who eagerly awaiting a chance to climb to the top of the podium they were sad and another, the Ecuadorians...

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On the one hand frustration, euphoria. When the race Committee, chaired by Carlos “Cuca” Shafiq, gave up definitely perform the evidence this Saturday (25/6) at verges from praia do Forte, in Cabo Frio, four doubles who eagerly awaiting a chance to climb to the top of the podium they were sad and another, the Ecuadorians Diminich and Santos, began celebrating effusively.

 

With the lack of races on the last day the scoresheet from the day before, including eight races, if kept. And the only boat from Ecuador in the race won. Rafael and Henry, the Yacht Club of Santos, tied with the winners with the same 37 points lost, bu tin the tiebreaker (most WINS, then the greatest number of second places, a third party, etc.) took the runner-up spot. The duo had been the Eastern Brazilian champion Snipe in the same lane last week.

 

Another tie on points, 39 pp, set the third and fourth places. The Gauchos Xandi Paradeda and Gabriel Kieling (CDJ) third and Felipe were general Sabino and Leonardo Lombardi (RYC/ICRJ) were fourth, also in the tiebreaker. The Argentines Luis Soubie and Diego Lipszyc closed the Top 5.

 

For Gweneth Crook, Commodore of the Snipe class, the League was very good.As always, the ICRJ organization was excellent and the location could not be betterCabo Frio is a beautiful place and an excellent streak for the practice of sailing. So we came back to compete in an international event of this magnitude here and we will certainly return to high-level class Championships in these waters, “said the leader of the Snipe international Class.

 

At the awards ceremony, in addition to beautiful trophies for the top five placed and individual prizes for the winners of each race, there was a raffle for some goodies from the sponsor of the event, the North Sails, culminating with a mainsail. For joy and cries excited the audience, the Japanese Nanami Terada, penultimate placed among the 36 boats that effectively ran races, was the winner of the Grand Prize. The friendly Japanese  made his countrymen, the largest foreign delegation of the tournament, with 14 sailors, vibrate and flashing banners of Japan and Brazil.

 

And it was in this climate of friendship and camaraderie that followed the party in the evening cold already in SubHeadquarters of Cabo Frio in the Iate Clube do Rio de Janeiro. The beautiful transitional trophy began to run the world in 1950, in Havana,Cuba, and has been played in more than ten countries, will now stay in Ecuador until being put up for grabs in 2018 in location to be defined.
 –courtesy of Noticas Nauticas

De um lado frustração, do outro euforia. Quando a Comissão de Regatas, presidida por Carlos “Cuca” Sodré, desistiu definitivamente de realizar as provas neste sábado (25/6) na raia da praia do Forte, em Cabo Frio, quatro duplas que aguardavam ansiosamente uma chance de subir ao mais alto do pódio ficaram tristes e outra, os equatorianos Diminich e Santos,  começaram a comemorar efusivamente.

Com a falta de regatas no último dia a súmula do dia anterior, contando oito provas, se manteve. E o único barco do Equador na disputa sagrou-se campeão. Rafael e Henrique, do Iate Clube de Santos, empataram com os vencedores com os mesmos 37 pontos perdidos, mas no critério de desempate (maior número de vitórias, depois maior número de segundos lugares, terceiros, etc.) ficaram com o vice-campeonato. A dupla havia sido campeã do Leste Brasileiro de Snipe na mesma raia na semana passada.

Outro empate na pontuação, em 39 pp, definiu as terceira e quarta colocações. Os gaúchos Xandi Paradeda e Gabriel Kieling (CDJ), foram terceiros gerais e Felipe Sabino e Leonardo Lombardi (RYC/ICRJ) ficaram em quarto, também no critério de desempate. Os argentinos Luis Soubie e Diego Lipszyc fecharam o Top5.

Para a canadense Gweneth Crook, Comodora da classe Snipe, o campeonato foi muito bom. “Como sempre, a organização do ICRJ foi excelente e o lugar escolhido não poderia ser melhor. Cabo Frio é um lugar lindíssimo e uma excelente raia para a prática da vela. Por isso voltamos a disputar um evento internacional desta magnitude aqui e certamente iremos voltar a ter campeonatos de alto nível da classe nestas águas”, declarou a dirigente máxima do Snipe internacional.

Na cerimônia de premiação, além de belos troféus para os cinco primeiros colocados e de prêmios individuais para os vencedores de cada regata, aconteceu um sorteio de alguns brindes do patrocinador do evento, a North Sails, culminando com uma vela grande novinha em folha. Para alegria de todos e gritos entusiasmados da plateia, a japonesa Nanami Terada, penúltima colocada entre os 36 barcos que efetivamente correram as regatas, foi a vencedora do grande prêmio. A simpática japonesinha fez seus compatriotas, a maior delegação estrangeira do torneio, com 14 velejadores, vibrarem e agitarem bandeiras do Japão e do Brasil.

E foi neste clima de confraternização e camaradagem que seguiu a festa na noitinha já fria na Sub-Sede de Cabo Frio do Iate Clube do Rio de Janeiro. O belo troféu transitório, que começou a correr o mundo em 1950, em Havana, Cuba, e já foi disputado em mais de dez países, vai agora ficar no Equador até voltar a ser posto em disputa em 2018 em local a ser definido.

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Diminich and Santos are new WH and O Champions! http://2016.snipewho.org/2016/06/25/diminich-santos-new-champions/ Sat, 25 Jun 2016 16:12:47 +0000 http://2016.snipewho.org/?p=222 Edgar Diminich & Jaime Santos of Ecuador captured the 2016 Western Hemisphere & Orient title in a tie breaker with Brazilians Rafael Gagliotti and Henrique Wisniewski.  Sailing fairly consistently over the week, the regatta came down to the race 4 which Diminich & Santos won, giving them the win on the tiebreaker.  The fleet saw...

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Edgar Diminich & Jaime Santos of Ecuador captured the 2016 Western Hemisphere & Orient title in a tie breaker with Brazilians Rafael Gagliotti and Henrique Wisniewski.  Sailing fairly consistently over the week, the regatta came down to the race 4 which Diminich & Santos won, giving them the win on the tiebreaker.  The fleet saw varying conditions to test all skills.  Congratulations to Edgar & Jaime & an automatic entry into the Worlds in Spain in 2017!

Diminich

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Day 4 http://2016.snipewho.org/2016/06/24/day-4/ Fri, 24 Jun 2016 01:14:22 +0000 http://2016.snipewho.org/?p=218 The most important international event of the Snipe class in 2016 arrives tomorrow, Saturday (25/6), his last day with five crews from three different countries pulling ahead in the title race and the podium. After eight races contested, the ten planned, the competition comes to a close with two tests that promise to boil the...

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The most important international event of the Snipe class in 2016 arrives tomorrow, Saturday (25/6), his last day with five crews from three different countries pulling ahead in the title race and the podium. After eight races contested, the ten planned, the competition comes to a close with two tests that promise to boil the cold waters of cabofriense winter.

Friday (24/6) good southwesterly winds in the range of 12 knots, the famous “social Wind” in the jargon of the sailors, allowed for three races in Fort Beach streak. And each saw his own dramas and successes. On the first day, flying Ecuadorians Diminich Edgar and Jaime Santos won with Felipe Sabino and Leo Lombardi (RYC / ICRJ) coming next and Rafael Gagliotti and Henry Wisniewski (ICS) in third. The then league leaders, Xandi Paradeda and Gabriel Kieling with a 11, already discarded, paved the way for the rivals.

In the seventh race of the series, the second of the day, the Niterói-Rio duo Felipe Sabino and Leo Lombardi won, with the only representatives of Ecuador finishing second to climb further steps towards the top of the scoresheet and Luiz Felipe Caneppa and Dante Bianchi ( ICRJ) third.

In the final race on Friday, Argentine Luis Soubie and Diego Lipszyc won from end to end, from an excellent start in the float until the last upwind, to also accredit the title and the podium. Helinho Lyra and Alexander Muto made an excellent race and came in second (now occupy the 16th position overall) and another pair of the Yacht Club of Rio de Janeiro, Breno Bianchi and Flavio Castro (12th overall), came in third. But who celebrated it were the fourth placed Rafael Henrique and the Yacht Club of Santos, with the position, tied with Ecuadorian leaders in the 37 points lost.

Other tie the score, this time by 39 points, it takes place in the third and fourth places. Xandi Paradeda and Gabriel Kieling, despite not having one of the best days was held in general on the scoresheet third and Felipe Sabino and Leonardo Lombardi were only fourth in the tiebreaker. Together these four crews and the Soubie Lipszyc Argentines are also fighting for the title. Running out, with the races with great balance and exchange of positions that have marked the championship and with the input of the second discard after the ninth race, the other pairs in the Top 10 of the scoresheet have to rely on historical blunders of the leaders to dreaming of the podium. Tomorrow the world will know who will triumph at the end. Full results are in: http://bit.ly/Snipe2016

–write-up courtesy of noticiasnauticas.wordpress.com

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Day 3 http://2016.snipewho.org/2016/06/23/day-3/ Thu, 23 Jun 2016 21:24:08 +0000 http://2016.snipewho.org/?p=214 Resultados de hoje após três regatas. Xandi e Bolinha seguem na liderança, mas os protestos ainda estão rolando, então muita coisa pode mudar. no ventinho sudoeste de 12 a 15 nós, mais uma batida marcou o dia, desta vez entre Nicholas Grael e um dos peruanos. Results after three races, with Xandi and Bolinha still...

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Resultados de hoje após três regatas. Xandi e Bolinha seguem na liderança, mas os protestos ainda estão rolando, então muita coisa pode mudar.
no ventinho sudoeste de 12 a 15 nós, mais uma batida marcou o dia, desta vez entre Nicholas Grael e um dos peruanos.

Results after three races, with Xandi and Bolinha still on the lead, but protests are underway, so it can change until the end of the day!
Stay tuned for more infos!

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Day 2 http://2016.snipewho.org/2016/06/22/day-2/ Wed, 22 Jun 2016 21:15:55 +0000 http://2016.snipewho.org/?p=210 Two races were sailed on Wednesday in Cabo Frio. Puerto Ricans Raul Rios and Andre Guaragna, who are defending, defended Ecuadorians Edgar Diminich and Jaime Santos. Raul and Andre won the first race of the day, with south east breeze 10 to 12 knots, but with a zulu flag were penalized by 20%. In the second race,...

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Two races were sailed on Wednesday in Cabo Frio. Puerto Ricans Raul Rios and Andre Guaragna, who are defending, defended Ecuadorians Edgar Diminich and Jaime Santos. Raul and Andre won the first race of the day, with south east breeze 10 to 12 knots, but with a zulu flag were penalized by 20%.
In the second race, Xandi and Bolinha won handily nearly by one leg

Duas regatas foram disputadas nesta quarta-feira em Cabo Frio. Os porto-riquenhos Raul Rios e Andre Guaragna, que estão defendendo, levaram uma porrada dos equatorianos Edgar Diminich e Jaime Santos. Raul e Andre venceram a primeira regata do dia, com ventinho leste social de 10 a 12 nós, mas com uma bandeira zulu foram penalizados em 20%.
Na segunda regata, Xandi e Bolinha venceram com folga de quase uma perna

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Day 1 http://2016.snipewho.org/2016/06/21/day-1/ Tue, 21 Jun 2016 21:17:30 +0000 http://2016.snipewho.org/?p=212 Cabo Frio, June 21, 2016. E começa o Hemisfério de Snipe em Cabo Frio. Depois de um final de semana de sol, o frio apareceu e a primeira regata está sendo disputada com um sudoeste de 8 nós! And the WHO has just started in Cabo Frio, in a cold day with southwest wind at...

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Cabo Frio, June 21, 2016.

E começa o Hemisfério de Snipe em Cabo Frio. Depois de um final de semana de sol, o frio apareceu e a primeira regata está sendo disputada com um sudoeste de 8 nós!

And the WHO has just started in Cabo Frio, in a cold day with southwest wind at about 8 knots!

Vento rondando de sul pra sudoeste e pra sul de novo. Resultado: regatas canceladas. A estreia vai ficar para amanhã! A previsão é que nesta quarta-feira sejam realizadas três regatas para compensar o atraso!

The wind was too shifty today and both races were cancelled! Three races are scheduled for tomorrow!

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Welcome to the 2016 Snipe WH&O Regatta http://2016.snipewho.org/2016/03/02/welcome-to-the-2016-snipe-who-regatta/ Wed, 02 Mar 2016 19:38:36 +0000 http://snipewho.org/snipewho/2016/?p=1 Iate Clube Do Rio De Janeiro is proud to host the 2016 Snipe Western Hemisphere & Orient Championship regatta. More information, regatta documents, and online registration will be available soon.

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Iate Clube Do Rio De Janeiro is proud to host the 2016 Snipe Western Hemisphere & Orient Championship regatta. More information, regatta documents, and online registration will be available soon.

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