Sailing at the 1952 Summer Olympics – Star

The Star was a sailing event on the Sailing at the 1952 Summer Olympics program in Harmaja. Seven races were scheduled. 42 sailors, on 21 boats, from 21 nations competed.[1]

Star
at the Games of the XV Olympiad
1952 Straulino and Rode.jpg
Medalists
VenueHarmaja
Dates20–28 July
Competitors42 from 21 nations
Teams21
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Agostino Straulino
Nicolò Rode
 Italy
2nd place, silver medalist(s) John Price
John Reid
 United States
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Joaquim Mascarenhas de Fiúza
Francisco de Andrade
 Portugal
← 1948
1956 →

ResultsEdit


Rank
Helmsman (Country) Crew Yachtname Race I Race II Race III Race IV Race V Race VI Race VII Total
Points
[2]
Total
-1
[3]
Rank Points Rank Points Rank Points Rank Points Rank Points Rank Points Rank Points
    Agostino Straulino   (ITA) Nicolò Rode   Merope 2 1122 1 1423 2 1122 2 1122 1 1423 2 1122 1 1423 8757 7635
    John Price   (USA) John Reid   Comanche 1 1423 7 578 1 1423 1 1423 3 946 1 1423 8 520 7736 7216
    Joaquim Fiúza   (POR) Francisco de Andrade   Espadarte 4 821 8 520 3 946 3 946 5 724 DNF 0 3 946 4903 4903
4   Carlos de Cárdenas Culmell   (CUB) Carlos de Cárdenas Plá   Kurush IV 5 724 12 344 4 821 4 821 6 645 3 946 7 578 4879 4535
5   Durward Knowles   (BAH) Sloane Elmo Farrington   Gem III 3 946 6 645 6 645 10 423 2 1122 7 578 9 469 4828 4405
6   Édouard Chabert   (FRA) Jean-Louis Dauris   Eissero VI 6 645 11 382 7 578 7 578 4 821 4 821 10 423 4248 3866
7   Bengt Melin   (SWE) Borje Carlsson   Lotta IV 7 578 9 469 5 724 5 724 9 469 9 469 4 821 4254 3785
8   Bob Maas   (NED) Eddy Stutterheim   Bem II 9 469 3 946 9 469 11 382 8 520 5 724 11 382 3892 3510
9   Hans Robert Bryner   (SUI) Kurt Bryner   Ali-Baba IV 13 309 2 1122 14 277 9 469 7 578 6 645 18 168 3568 3400
10   Douglas Woodward   (CAN) Andrew Hugessen   Whirlaway 12 344 13 309 11 382 16 219 10 423 13 309 2 1122 3108 2889
11   Paul Fischer   (GER) Claus Wunderlich   Paka V 8 520 10 423 DNF 0 14 277 DNF 0 10 423 5 724 2367 2367
12   Tacariju de Paula   (BRA) Cid de Oliveira Nascimento   Bu III 11 382 4 821 13 309 19 144 12 344 15 247 15 247 2494 2350
13   Stanley Potter   (GBR) Bruce Banks   Fortuna 15 247 5 724 DNF 0 20 122 15 247 17 193 6 645 2178 2178
14   Harald Musil   (AUT) Harald Fereberger   30. February 16 219 15 247 18 168 8 520 13 309 8 520 14 277 2260 2092
15   Timoleon Razelos   (GRE) Andreas Ziro   Marie-Tim 19 144 16 219 10 423 6 645 18 168 16 219 13 309 2127 1983
16   Jorge Emilio Brauer   (ARG) Alfredo Vallebona   Arcturus 10 423 19 144 DNF 0 13 309 11 382 11 382 17 193 1833 1833
17   Aleksandr Tshumakov [ru]   (URS) Konstantin Melgunov   Uragan 18 168 14 277 16 219 12 344 16 219 14 277 12 344 1848 1680
18   Barton Harvey   (AUS) Kevin Wilson   Hornet 14 277 20 122 8 520 18 168 19 144 12 344 20 122 1697 1575
19   Rene Israel Nyman   (FIN) Bror-Christian Ilmoni   Lucky Star 17 193 17 193 15 247 17 193 14 277 18 168 16 219 1490 1322
20   Mario Fafangel   (YUG) Karlo Bašić   Primorka 20 122 18 168 12 344 15 247 17 193 19 144 21 101 1319 1218
21   Victor de Sigaldi   (MON) Michel Auréglia   Hirondelle DNF 0 DNF 0 17 193 21 101 DSQ 0 20 122 19 144 560 560

DNF = Did Not Finish, DNS= Did Not Start, DSQ = Disqualified
  = Male,   = Female

Daily standingsEdit

 
Graph showing the daily standings in the Star during the 1952 Summer Olympics

Conditions at HarmajaEdit

Of the total of three race area's only two were needed during the Olympics in Harmaja. Each of the classes was using the same scoring system.

Date Race Sky Wind direction Wind speed (m/s)
20 July 1952 I Grand yachting weather SW 6-7
21 July 1952 II Calm sea, later rain SW 1-2
later
6-7
22 July 1952 III Magnificent seas SW 10
23 July 1952 IV Shifty 3-4
26 July 1952 V Rainy SW 3-6
27 July 1952 VI SW 4-6
28 July 1952 VII Fine and sunny Shifty Light

NotesEdit

  1. ^ "Sailing at the 1952 Summer Olympics: Two Person Keelboat (Star), Open". Olympedia. Retrieved 31 May 2020.
  2. ^ The 1952 Olympic scoring system was used.
  3. ^ Total after applying discard.

ReferencesEdit