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Crotone International Carnival Race in 2020, the second day of racing ~ CrotoneOk.it

Crotone International Carnival Race in 2020, the second day of racing ~ CrotoneOk.it

A Venton, arrived to blow even at thirty knots, prevented to dispute the races the first day of BPER Banca Crotone International Carnival Race 2020 for safety reasons. But Crotone no exceptions: so the ‘City of Sailing’ was remade on the second day. In a summer day and moderately ventilated is magnificent three trials were held. In the head, in the Junior category (under 15), among males, Alessio Cindolo the Italian Yacht Club of Genoa and Geneva Caracciolo among girls. In the Cadet category, however, the Croatian Toma Smirnic of Split Sailing Club and the Circolo Vela Bari Martina Volpe.

Meanwhile, throughout the day, the village set up in the marina was ‘invaded’ by an audience of fans and curious but also by other athletes. In basketball and volleyball, set up through the middle and destined to the hospitality, the amateur team of volleyball association ‘Crescendo’ gave the show and clarified better the message of the Sailing Club Crotone: always on the side of young people and sport. Of all the sports.

In the club house ‘Old Port’, meanwhile, two happenings much followed: the awarding of the best athletes of the first decade of activity of the Sailing Club Crotone (Demetrio Married, vice world champion of the 420 class; Alessandro Cortese, European champion in the Optimist class, Alice Ruggiu, Italian champion of Kitesurf – ttrace) by the President of the Italian Sailing Federation Francesco Hector, in turn rewarded for the support given to the sailing club Crotone and its growth. Afterwards, a conference organized by NET consortium (whose president Luigi Borrelli is also the leader of the organizing committee of the Bank BPER Crotone International Carnival Race) on the need to reduce the use of plastic but also on the opportunities that may come from the ‘second life ‘of this matter. To seal the day, the concert in Floriana Mungari, with Davide Calabretta on drums and Sandro Cretella on guitar, delighted the audience of a race that bathes the whole city up to the theaters and the auditoriums.

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