Sailor, watch out, the wind is whistling in Hyeres! PHOTOS and VIDEO


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The Sailing World Cup Hyères TPMStart “with a bang” of the ISAF World Cup of Olympic classes in Hyeres: a mistral with peaks of more than 30 knots. All Olympic and Paralympic classes competing faced truly challenging conditions. We provide you with a little appetizer in this short film (with the Nacra 17 you don’t mess around!).


So there was no shortage of scuffles and tumbles: the splendid gallery we show you, with shots by Pedro Martinez and Jesus Renedo (Sailing Energy), is full of them. As for the Italians, the first day smiled mostly on Antonio Squizzato, currently ranked second in the 2.4 mR. Among the other Azzurri, Silvia Zennaro (seventh in Laser Radial), Flavia Tartaglini (seventh in RS:X F), Bissaro-Sicouri (sixth in Nacra 17) and Sivitz Kosuta-Farneti (seventh in 470 M) did well.





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