O’pen Bic World Cup 2014: Italians “pigliatutto”!

open-bicThe 2014 O’pen Bic World Cup O’pen in Travemunde (near Lübeck, Germany) ended in the best possible way for our athletes: the podium in the Under 16 category, in which 71 competitors from 12 different nations took part, was tinged entirely with blue. The gold went to Mattia Journo, Circolo Vela Arco’s flag bearer, ahead of clubmates Giulio Sirolli and Federico Zampiccoli (defending world champion). In fourth place was another Italian, Ludovico Parisi of Tognazzi Marine Village.

open-bic-italiansALSO GOOD IN UNDER 19
Azzurri also placed third and fourth in the U19 categories scheduled for the World Cup where we find Filippo Monticelli of Circolo Velico Ardizio and Camilla Montezemolo on the 420. The days were very windy favoring the Australian crew initially, but the little blues made up for it in a big way and thus took the top 4 places.

OVERRULED THE AUSTRALIANS
The days were very windy favoring the Australian crew initially, but the little blues made up for it in a big way and thus took the top 4 places. Kudos go to the two coaches Lorenzo Bianchini of Circolo Vela Arco and Fabio Masotta of Tognazzi Marine Village for their commitment and excellent results over the past two years at the International level bringing our athletes to the top of the world rankings.

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