Philippe Soria

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Philippe Soria (born 9 May 1942) is a French sailor who competed in the 1968 Summer Olympics.[1]

After this result he will be trainer of Serge_Maury riding FINN sailing boat Olympics games 1972 . Result was a Gold Medal … Then, recognized as National Trainer for the Solo Runners, he prepared next generations.[2] Then, with a partnership he open Port Camargue, CYM, a recognized structure to prepare Sailing Trainers, and also Swimming or Tennis Trainers. After this, Port Camargue where was built the structure received and became the French Base for America Cup Training.


  1. ^ "Philippe Soria". Olympics at Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 22 April 2013. 
  2. ^ Informations FINN