Maltese sailor Victoria Schultheis has secured another prestigious result to her CV when she placed second in the female category at the European WASZP Games in Lake Garda.
The Games were originally scheduled to be held in Norway but the organisers were forced to switch venues and were hosted by the Circolo Vela Arco.
The competitions saw all 87 participants, made up of male and female sailors, taking the water to battle out for the honours.
Schultheis produced a very consistent run of results throughout the whole 14 races held and managed to finish the event strongly to take second woman overall and had a top ten performance on the final day.
The Malta Young Sailors Club sailors finished on 25 points, six behind Nora Doksrod, of Norway, who topped the standings on 19 points.
British sailor, Matt Beck who did enough with a 2, 3, 6 on the final day to claim the overall championships and take the crown as the best WASZP sailor in Europe.