Surprise athletes distinguished in the Chilean specialty Clemente Siegel, the only national sailor to qualify for the Tokyo Games, debuted with an outstanding second-place finish in his first international tournament of the year, Lauderdale OCR (Olympic Classes Regatta)Held in Florida, USA, 42 athletes from nine countries participate in the laser standard class.
After the first day stopped due to lack of wind, Helmsman Algarrobino was placed 2, 7 and 2 respectively in the Saturday races, adding 11 negative points, Only two units are behind the interim leader, Guatemalan Juan Ignacio Maigli (-9).
“It was a tough day, with very variable winds in intensity, but I was very happy with my performance. However, two days of the tournament still remain. He said from the north of the continent, you don’t have to go ahead and keep your focus.
Siegel, South America’s best player in the tournament, was ahead of Argentine Francisco Guaranía (-14). Meanwhile, Ricardo Siegel, Clemente’s brother, is 29, and third Chilean in competition Matteo Ferrer, 35th in the general roster.
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