feather.  Aloïse Retornaz in search of standards in the European Championship 470. Sport

feather. Aloïse Retornaz in search of standards in the European Championship 470. Sport

She might be an Olympic medalist (Tanned in Tokyo in 2021) On the same boat, Aloïse Retornaz is still sailing into the unknown. the reason ? Fixed his class (470), transitioning from gender pairs to mixed bisexuals since the start of the season. Her engagement to Camille Lecointre has ended, here she is since April With Hippolyte Marchetti from Marseilleafter a stint of less than five months with Basque Kevin Bibonnet.

Six boats for an Olympic venue

Convincing first results: 2e During the Olympic week in Marseille in April (2024 Olympics website), 7e In Kiel (Germany) in June and during the European Championship practice regatta in Cesme (Turkey) on Sunday 11 September. In the Aegean, the duo play their first major competition, from Tuesday 13 to Sunday 19 September. mark “Measuring competition in a vulgar global hierarchy” According to Licensee Sports Nautiques Sablais. If only 40 european sailboats compete for the title, there will be 12 extracontinental boats also in the game, “Koreans, Americans, New Zealanders; almost world championship level”. In these cases, ‘We don’t really have a specific target’.

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Less than two years after the Olympics, five French boats will line up in Turkey. After returning from childbirth, Camille Lecointre should advance with her partner Jeremy Myon directly to the next meeting, Realms of Sdot Yam (Israel) at the end of October. Only two will participate in the Olympic Games. How do you create competition? “The atmosphere is good in the France teamconfirms Aloïse Retornaz. We won’t shoot ourselves in the leg, even when we play for Olympic qualification next year. If we go to the games, we’ll get a medal. Therefore, we first think of ourselves, of our directions. » The pair will have more on Sunday evening.

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