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The second day of Thessaloniki Optiomist Team Race 2019 was difficult due to the stillness. Finally, the first Round Robin with 66 races was successfully completed. The committee will continue the program flow tomorrow depending on the weather conditions.

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The first day of the race with north-northeast wind of 6-14 kts is successfully completed. From 12:20 p.m to 17:08 p.m., 56 races were held in which the 12 participating teams demonstrated exceptional skills in their strategy and tactics. The confrontations will continue tomorrow as the competition is expected to intensify. The first race is scheduled for 10:00 a.m.

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For the second consecutive year, the Nautical Club of Thessaloniki has been organizing the International Sailing Race “Thessaloniki Optimist Team Race” from 22-24 November 2019. 12 teams from Greece, Cyprus, Israel and Belgium will be participating. The race is included in the program of IODA (International Optimist Dinghy Association) under the supervision of the training and coaching organization by Chris Atkins, one of the world's top sailing experts in Team Optimist.

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10.00 am

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

12.00 pm

Warning signal

First race

1.00 pm

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10.00 am

Warning signal

First Race

8.00 pm

Pasta Party

Pasta Party at Nautical club of Thessaloniki

12.00 pm

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10.00 am

Warning signal

First Race

8.30 am

Prize Giving

Prize Giving at Nautical club of Thessaloniki

12.30 pm

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8.30 am

preparation

Participants do not run a marathon to win. More important for most runners is their personal finish time and their placement within their gender and age.

9.00 am

start

Strategies for completing a marathon include running the whole distance and a run-walk strategy. Average time is 4 hours 32 minutes.

1.00 pm

cutoff

A goal many runners aim for is to break certain time barriers. For example, first-timers often try to run the marathon under 4 hours.

8.30 am

warm-up

Participants do not run a marathon to win. More important for most runners is their personal finish time and their placement within their gender and age.

9.00 am

start

Strategies for completing a marathon include running the whole distance and a run-walk strategy. Average time is 4 hours 32 minutes.

1.00 pm

wrap-up

A goal many runners aim for is to break certain time barriers. For example, first-timers often try to run the marathon under 4 hours.

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