French team sweeps day at St-Barth Cata Cup

Published on November 20th, 2015

Saint-Barth (November 20, 2015) – In stunning conditions, the three races of the day at the St-Barth Cata Cup were all won by Orion Martin and Charles Gaté

“We made a very good tactical choice at the start of the first race and we were able to maintain the lead throughout,” reported the French team. “The other two races were trickier, in particular the last run which was really close but we were able to reach the first buoy in the lead and in the end, win the three races of the day.”

Results After Three Races
1- FRA 9 (Allianz 2) Orion Martin and Charles Gaté
2- USA 80 (St-Barth Properties) John Casey and Colin Page
3- FRA 901 (L’Esprit) Emmanuel Boulogne and Vincent Boulogne
4- BEL 1 (St-Barth Sail Racing Team) Patrick Demesmaecker and Olivier Gagliani
5- FRA 007 (ODP1) Jean-Christophe Mourniac and Alexandre Dekytspotter
6- FRA 56836 (Architectonik) Gurvan Bontemps and Benjamin Amiot
7- ARG 1892 (ODP1) Cruz Gonzalez Smith and Mariano Heuser
8- NED 2 (ODP2) Elke Delnooz and Jeroen Van Leeuwen
9- FRA 29 (Float and Shoot) Pierre-Yves Durand and Antoine Le Corre
10- ARG 1808 (Tropical Hotel) Juan Faustin and Nicolas Aragones

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About the St-Barth Cata Cup

The 8th edition of the St-Barth Cata Cup is a high-calibre event where F18  catamaran enthusiasts come together under the Caribbean sun. After three editions in 1992, 1993 and 1994, the St. Barth Cata Cup was relaunched in 2008 by Vincent Jordil, Jeff Ledee and Thierry Linares. The St. Barth Cata Cup brings together competitors of various nationalities, from world champions to Saint Barth residents.

Report by Dominique Ladouceur

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