H22, The National Championship is staged

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2554 UNOVAR Championship H22Tomorrow-September 26,27,28, 2014. In an armored Lake Como for G. Clooney’s pre-wedding festivities, the real party for sailing enthusiasts is the Italian H22 held in Domaso, at the northern end of Lake Como. Three days of healthy competition, sportsmanship and fun where the fifteen H22s in attendance put on exciting races.

For the record, the races were held only on Saturday and Sunday, as a heavy mist had prevented both the Breva and the Tivano, as the breezes blowing from the north and south are called , from rising on Friday.

A total of six trials were thus held over the weekend, with one discard. The first prize went to ITA 136 of Giovanni Bonzio who placed second in all trials accumulating 10 points two less than Alberto Valli who despite two firsts paid for the lack of consistency, followed by Voghi, Benvenuto, Casetti, Sartori, Nasini and class neophyte Tajani, excellent position for his first time on the H22. Completing the top 10 are Dell’orto and Buonpane.

Also noteworthy was the nice initiative of Francesco Giuffrida, promoter of Banca Mediolanum (the latter’s sponsor of the event), who raffled off 2 bicycles and a moped to be drawn among the championship participants. Who the participants cross…fingers.

Photo by: Maurizio Vezzoli(www.mauriziovezzoli.com)

the ranking:

1 ITA 136 Bonzio Giovanni

2 ITA 112 Valli Alberto

3 ITA 122 Voghi Michele

4 ITA 134 Benvenuto Filippo

5 ITA 12 Casetti Davide

6 SUI 106 Sartori Pietro

7 ITA 123 Nasini Matteo

8 ITA 133 Tajani Federico

9 ITA 125 Dell’Orto Marco

10 ITA 13 Buonpane Antonio

11 ITA 127 Pesenti Claudio

12 ITA 102 Drago Massimiliano

13 ITA 120 Sjunnesson John

14 ITA 114 Nonnis Stefano

15 ITA 101 Pais Piero Angelo

T.O

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