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Primorye sportsmen won international cruising races on yachts

The Korea Cup International Yacht Race was won by athletes from Primorye. In total, 24 boats in ORC and Open classes from 12 countries of the world (New Zealand, Spain, Thailand, Canada, India, France, China, USA, Great Britain, Malaysia, the Republic of Korea and Russia) took part in the regatta, RIA PrimaMedia was told in the press service of the yacht club "Seven Feet".

The traditional Korea Cup International Yacht Race was held in South Korea from October 5-10. The regatta consisted of four races on the route Hupo city - Ulyndo island - Tokdo island.

Russia was represented by six coastal crews on boats over 35 feet Tiburon (captain Oleg Krasnoperov), Thalassa (captain Nikitin Boris), Decision (captain Nikolay Chubenko), Helena (captain Nikolai Ivanov), Siberia (captain Kiriyok Vitaly) and Gastion (Captain Khvorstukhin Semyon).

Since the plans of the regatta were disrupted by the typhoon, the organizers were forced to significantly reduce the program. Only 136 hours were given to travel 27 miles. Unfortunately, only three yachts were able to keep within the control time. Among them was Tiburon.

Thus, according to the results of all races, the yacht Tiburon became the owners of the 2014 Korea Cup in the ORC class, and Helena in the Open group.

The rest of the boats showed equally successful results. Gastion is in 4th place, Thalassa is in 5th place and Decision is in 2nd place in the final table.

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