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Cecilia Carranza and Santiago Lange climbed to the podium in Miami

The Olympic champions won the bronze medal in the Nacra 17 class
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05 February, 2019

The 2nd stage of the World Sailing World Cup circuit took place in Miami, United States, from January 29 to February 3. Santiago Lange and Cecilia Carranza Saroli, winners of the Rio 2016 gold medal, climbed to the third step of the podium in the Nacra 17 class. With a total of 72 penalty points (21°, 6°, 3°, 1°, 5°, [28° UFD], 3°, 3°, 8°, 2°, 3° and 9°), the Olympic champions ranked 3rd in the fleet on 27 ships.

In the same class, the young duo composed by Mateo Majdalani and Eugenia Bosco also achieved an outstanding performance, placing himself in The pair, who will represent us in Lima 2019, reached the 9th position with 119 units (5°, 10°, 7°, 17°, 8°, 16°, [18°], 12°, 6°, 10th, 8th and 4th).

In the 49er class, brothers Yago and Klaus Lange were a step away from the top ten with a very good comeback over the end of the competition. The national team was ranked 11th (out of 42 boats) with 129 penalty points (25°, 11°, 22°, 18°, [34°], 25°, 4°, 16°, 4° and 4°).

In the 49er FX class, Victoria Travascio and María Sol Branz were also close to the top ten, leaving in 12th position (out of 35 doubles) with 109 penalty points (16°, 8°, [36° UFD], 1°, 22°, 8°, 36° DSQ, 2° and 16°).

In the Laser Standard fleet numbers, with 101 participants, Agustín Vidal took 36th place with 239 penalty points (25°, [52° BFD], 7°, 14°, 33°, 16°, 38°, 24°, 29°, 27° and 27°).

Finally, in the 470 men’s class, Fernando Gwozdz and Tomás Dietrich finished in the 30th place (out of 37 boats) with 194 units (27°, 20°, 28°, 26°, 19°, [38° UFD], 20°, 30° and 24°).


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