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It seems most classes competed today, so if tomorrow there's again wind, they might finish close to the original schedule.

 

Probably just laziness from the people in charge of the results.

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PROVISIONAL OLYMPIC QUOTAS

 

Laser - Standings after Race 2

 

North America

 

:ESA 2 - 16 (discarded 14)

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:CAN 3 - 15 (discarded 12)

:TTO 5 - 15 (discarded 10)

:ARU 5 - 23 (discarded 18)

:LCA 11 - 26 (discarded 15)

:ANT 12 - 29 (discarded 17)

:BER 16 - 35 (discarded 19)

:IVB 16 - 37 (discarded 21)

:CUB 20 - 41 (discarded 21)

:CAY 20 - 42 (discarded 22)

 

South America

 

:VEN 4 - 19 (discarded 15)

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:URU 7 - 17 (discarded 10)

:MEX 7 - 24 (discarded 17)

:VEN 8 - 21 (discarded 13)

:CHI 9 - 27 (discarded 18)

:PAR 9 - 31 (discarded 22)

:ECU 14 - 33 (discarded 19)

 

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Laser Radial - Standings after Race 2

 

North America

 

:LCA 3 - 9 (discarded 6)

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:GUA 4 - 13 (discarded 9)

:TTO 7 - 19 (discarded 12)

:ARU 9 - 23 (discarded 14)

:ISV 10 - 20 (discarded 10)

:BAR 15 - 32 (discarded 17)

:CUB 16 - 33 (discarded 17)

:ANT 18 - 36 (discarded 18)

 

South America

 

:PER 2 - 9 (discarded 7)

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:MEX 5 - 13 (discarded 8)

:BRA 5 - 19 (discarded 14)

:VEN 11- 22 (discarded 11)

:ECU 12 - 28 (discarded 16)

:CHI 13 - 26 (discarded 13)

 

-------------------------------------------------------

 

49er - Standings after Race 3

 

North America

 

:CAN 4 - 9 (discarded 5)

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:USA 5 - 12 (discarded 7)

 

South America

 

:BRA 3 - 5 (discarded 2)

---------

:URU 6 - 10 (discarded 4)

:ARG 8 - 14 (discarded 6)

:CHI 10 - 17 (discarded 7)

:MEX 11 - 17 (discarded 6)

:PER 16 - 24 (discarded 8)

 

-------------------------------------------------------

 

49er FX - Standings after Race 4

 

North America

 

:USA 7 - 10 (discarded 3)

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:CAN 12 - 16 (discarded 4)

 

South America

 

:ARG 6 - 9 (discarded 3)

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:PER 15 - 20 (discarded 5)

 

--------------------------------------------------------

 

Nacra 17 - Standings after Race 4

 

North America

 

:USA 5 - 13 (discarded 8)

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:GUA 11 - 17 (discarded 6)

:PUR 18 - 25 (discarded 7)

:BER 22 - 31 (discarded 9)

:CAN 26 - 36 (discarded 10)

 

 

South America

 

:PER 13 - 18 (discarded 5)

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:URU 14 - 24 (discarded 10)

:CHI 27 - 37 (discarded 10)

:VEN 36 - 48 (discarded 12) All DNS so far

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Central America was actually counted under South America in 2016. Have they changed it?


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14 hours ago, AlFHg said:

I guess Miami makes more sense

 

yeah, but I'm not sure world sailing wants to increase the cost of 2 regatta instead of only 1 (the OQ status means also more participants, more judges, more accomodations, more costs for the whole infrastructure)...

let's see what happens...maybe they're lucky enough to complete a regular program already this week in Peru...;)

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59 minutes ago, phelps said:

 

yeah, but I'm not sure world sailing wants to increase the cost of 2 regatta instead of only 1 (the OQ status means also more participants, more judges, more accomodations, more costs for the whole infrastructure)...

let's see what happens...maybe they're lucky enough to complete a regular program already this week in Peru...;)

I think that as it involves Americas it would be fair to stay in Americas. Plus, Miami is relatively in the middle of Americas, which makes (I think) easier to be reached. Last but not least, sailing is always at risk of being cut of quotas and events, so the IF needs to proof that it can spread on the highest possible number of countries: how many small NOCs from Americas will be able to reach Genova?

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15 hours ago, mrv86 said:

It looks like at least one race in laser & laser radial has now been completed.

 

Can anyone remind me what's the minimum number of races need to be held for a regatta to be considered valid?

 

Based on the notice of race they only need one race. That sounds wrong, but I guess with medals and Olympic quotas on the line they wanted some results.

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@mrv86 are you sure that for Laser classes there's a division in North and South America for olympic quotas? Because from the qualification criteria it looks like that these are not the North and South American quotas, but generically PanAmerican. In addition there are two other quotas (1 to North and 1 to South) but I think they won't be assigned at PanAm

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22 minutes ago, AlFHg said:

@mrv86 are you sure that for Laser classes there's a division in North and South America for olympic quotas? Because from the qualification criteria it looks like that these are not the North and South American quotas, but generically PanAmerican. In addition there are two other quotas (1 to North and 1 to South) but I think they won't be assigned at PanAm


That is really interesting indeed. :mumble:


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3 hours ago, AlFHg said:

@mrv86 are you sure that for Laser classes there's a division in North and South America for olympic quotas? Because from the qualification criteria it looks like that these are not the North and South American quotas, but generically PanAmerican. In addition there are two other quotas (1 to North and 1 to South) but I think they won't be assigned at PanAm

 

Well, according to the document the quotas in the Laser Classes are 2 for North America and 2 for South America . From my point of view, they just decided to award one quota in each gender at Lima and the other one at a World Cup next year.

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1 hour ago, mrv86 said:

 

Well, according to the document the quotas in the Laser Classes are 2 for North America and 2 for South America . From my point of view, they just decided to award one quota in each gender at Lima and the other one at a World Cup next year.

 

This document give 1 to NAM, 1 to SAM and 2 to PAM.

 

https://cdn.dosb.de/user_upload/Olympische_Spiele/Tokio_2020/internationale_Qualifikationskriterien/WS_-_Sailing_20180315.pdf


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