ML Vekha wins ILCA4 Sailing World Championship

Greece, July 31 - "ML Vekha Panupan" won the ILCA4 world championship in the Youth World Sailing Championship 2023 in Greece.

Sailing competition, Youth World Sailing Championship 2023, in Greece There were a total of 286 boats participating in this competition, and the results showed that ML Wekha Panupan, a rising star of the Thai national team, won the ILCA4 sailing category, with 2nd and 3rd place going to Pine. James from the USA and Ghirotti Lorenzo from Italy respectively.

In which the world champion of ML Vekha this time gave hope for winning the gold medal. In the Asian Games that will take place because the main competitor from Singapore who participates in this competition is ranked 38th, M.L. Vekha is scheduled to arrive in Thailand on August 2 at 12:30 p.m. by Emirates Airline

For M.L. Vekha Panupan, a rising star sailing athlete of the Sailing Racing Association of Thailand, is the son of M.R. Peeranupong Panupan and Khun Kravik Panupan Na Ayutthaya and is also the grandson of Prince Phiraphong Panudet Panupan, the owner of the nickname Chao Dara Thong

Mom Luang Wekha began to enter the sailing industry at the age of 8 due to being cultivated by a family with his grandfather Phra Chao Bira. She is a sailboat athlete competing in the Olympic Games and her grandfather, Mr. Viroj Nualkhae, a SEA Games gold medalist in the J24 sailing category. at the Royal Varoon Sailing Club Association under the royal patronage with his father always being a trainer Previously, on July 6, 2022, M.L. Vekha won the world championship program. in Bodrum, Turkey, which is considered the highest achievement of optimist sailing on the world stage and in the Asian Games. In the People's Republic of China, ML Vekha is a representative of the Thai national team. To participate in the competition in the ILCA 4 category, Thai sailors who have been selected to compete in other categories include Naphatsorn Khun Boonchan in the ILCA 4 category, Sophia Montgomery in Category ILCA 6, Atit Romanic in category ILCA 7 Jor. Nawee Thammasoonthorn and Piyaporn Khemkaew in category 470, Lieutenant Colonel Suthon Yampinit and Kan Kachachuen in category 49 er, Lieutenant Colonel Narisara Sata, Lieutenant Colonel Ying Nicha Pha Wai Wai in the category 49 er FX, Col. Thiraphong Vatica Boonruang and Siriwimon Harinthachat in the category of NACRA 17 .-Thai News Agency

Source: Thai News Agency