The “32nd Athens International Sailing Week 2023” ended today in the Saronic Gulf with an excellent performance by Greek sailors. Our athletes gave their best and won medals in most categories. In the internationals of the first phase as well as in the Olympic ones of the second phase. For the Olympic categories and the disabled, which ended yesterday, this race was at the same time a pan-Hellenic championship.
More than 780 boats took part in the historic race (a record number!) representing 13 countries, namely Greece, Cyprus, Sweden, India, Japan, Bulgaria, Hungary, Lithuania, Serbia, Turkey, Israel, North Macedonia and Romania.
The administration of the Sailing Federation, the cooperating clubs, the volunteers, the coaches and those who participated in the event did everything to make it a high level race and by all accounts everything went great.
The closing ceremony of the race and the awarding of the medals to the winners will be held at 6.30 in the afternoon at the premises of the N.A.O. Voulas.
The final results are as follows:
470 mixed (7 boats, 10 races)
1. A. Spanakis – O. Spanakis 16b.
2. M. Pappa – N. Yiotopoulos 21b.
3. N. Brilakis – R. Klonaridou 25b.
Men’s IQFOiL (10 boats, 10 races)
1. L. Tsortanidis 9b.
2. A. Kariolou 21b. Cyprus
3. B. Kokkalanis 23b.
iQFOiL Women (7 boats, 10 races)
1. N. Lappa 11b. Cyprus
2. D. Uralpalombo 19b. Turkey
3. D. Pontifex 30b.
iQFOiL Junior (13 boats, 9 races)
1. P. Kontarinis 8b.
2. A. Vasmanolis 21b.
3. M. Korovesis 27b.
ILCA 7 (39 boats, 9 races)
1. G. Papadakos 36b
2. B. Charos Maor 38b. Israel
3. A. Eleftheriadis 43b.
ILCA 6 Women (28 boats, 9 races)
1. E. Ghika 31b.
2. E. Guzel 355b. Turkey
3. M.X. Meni 44b.
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