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Young Monegasque becomes Yacht Club’s season champion

Young Monegasque becomes Yacht Club’s season champion

By Staff Writer - October 27, 2017

Jeremy Moutout. Photo: Facebook YCM
Jérémy Moutout. Photo: Facebook YCM

The Monaco Yacht Club (YCM) has reported that junior sailor Jérémy Moutout has become YCM Sports Section’s season champion.

The title comes after Jérémy pulled off “an excellent” 3rd place in the seventh and final stage of the Mediterranean Championship 2017 in Cannes. “Three races in a steady breeze gave Jérémy ample opportunity to experiment with tactics,” the club said.

“The Monegasque has shown impressive consistency to finish on the podium six times during the year, including two victories to keep him in front of 50 competitors,” said YCM.


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