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470 - World Championship 2019 - Enoshima JPN

Saturday, 3. August 2019– Friday, 9. August 2019

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Friday, August 9, 2019   

470 - World Championship 2019 - Enoshima JPN - Final results

 470 - World Championship 2019 - Enoshima JPN - Final results The 470 World Championships on the Olympic waters of Enoshima JPN were concluded this morning UTC with the Medal Races with only small modifications on the podium. ----- Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS secured their seventh World Champion title ahead of Jordi Xammar/Nicolas Rodriguez ESP. Thanks to winning the Medal Race, Dahlberg/Bergström SWE moved up on the Bronze rank. ----- In the 470 women, Hannah Mills/Eilidh McIntyre GBR won the duel against Ai Kondo/Miho Yoshioka JPN. Bronze went to Camille Lecointre/Aloise Retornaz FRA. ----- The Olympic nations berth went in the Men to Greece, Russia, China and Turkey, in the Women to Poland, Australia, Brazil, the Netherlands, New Zealand and Germany. ----- The ranking lists and the news.
Friday, August 9, 2019   

470 - World Championship 2019 - Enoshima JPN - Final results, the Swiss

The 470 World Championships on the Olympic waters of Enoshima JPN were concluded this morning UTC with the Medal Races with only small modifications on the podium. ----- Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS secured their seventh World Champion title ahead of Jordi Xammar/Nicolas Rodriguez ESP. Thanks to winning the Medal Race, Dahlberg/Bergström SWE moved up on the Bronze rank. ----- In the 470 women, Hannah Mills/Eilidh McIntyre GBR won the duel against Ai Kondo/Miho Yoshioka JPN. Bronze went to Camille Lecointre/Aloise Retornaz FRA. ----- The Olympic nations berth went in the Men to Greece, Russia, China and Turkey, in the Women to Poland, Australia, Brazil, the Netherlands, New Zealand and Germany. ----- The two Swiss 470s missed the qualification and will have to prepare for the final opportunity at the Genoa Worldcup event in 2020 where one last place will be at stake. Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI were only 3 points behind the 6th nation rank. They apparently had difficulties with the prevailing rough conditions. Kilian Wagen/Grégoire Siegwart SUI were not too far from selection finishing the Championship on rank 20. ----- The ranking lists and the news.
Thursday, August 8, 2019   

470 - World Championship 2019 - Enoshima JPN - Day 4

 470 - World Championship 2019 - Enoshima JPN - Day 4 Winning 2 races in the fresh winds prevailing yesterday at the 470 Worlds in Japan, Jordi Xammar/Nicolas Rodriguez ESP reclaimed the lead in the 470 Men, but Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS are only 1 point behind. In the battle for the four 2020 Olympic nations berths, GRE is on a safe place with Panagiotis/Mantis GRE on 5th. RUS, TUR and CHN would be in as well after 9 races. HUN (backlog 8 points), GER (at 15 points) and SUI (at 19 points) hope for a miracle today. ----- In the 470 women, Ai Kondo/Miho Yoshioka JPN reduced the deficit on the leading Hannah Mills/Saskia Clarke GBR to 2 points. Elena Berta/Bianca Caruso ITA progressed on rank 3. The six available Olympic berths go currently to POL (rank 7, 86 pts), BRA (10th, 95 pts), AUS (11th, 98 pts), NED (12th, 101 pts), ISR (13th, 125 pts) and GER (16th, 145 pts). The first persuers are Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI as 18th. (Deficit on an Olympic berth 8 points.) Here the details re Olympic qualifications. ----- The results, the daily news and the video of the day.
Tuesday, August 6, 2019   

470 - World Championship 2019 - Enoshima JPN - Day 2

 470 - World Championship 2019 - Enoshima JPN - Day 2 Yesterday, moderate winds allowed to sail the first two races on the 2020 Olympic waters in Japan, and two races have already been finished today Tuesday. Racing is still underway. ----- After four races, Paul Snow-Hanson/Daniel Willcox NZL are the leaders in the 470 men ahead of Giacomo Ferrari/Giulio Calabro ITA. At equal points on the ranks 3 to 5 follow Jordi Xammar/Nicolas Rodriguez ESP, Mathew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS and Anton Dahlberg/Fredrik Bergstroem. Kilian Wagen/Grégoire Siegwart SUI are on the remarkable 14th interim position. ----- The 470 women, the favorites are also in front after 4 heats. Ai Kondo/Miho Joshioka JPN are first ahead of Agnieszka Skrzypulec/Jolanta Ogar POL and Hannah Mills/Eilidh McIntyre GBR. Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI had a good first day twice on 6th bringing them on 3rd, but today, they were relegated on rank 10 after the disappointing 19th and 27th ranks. ----- The ranking lists and the news of day one. ----- Racing can be followed over live ticker and GPS tracking.
Monday, August 5, 2019   

470 - World Championship 2019 - Enoshima JPN - Day 2

 470 - World Championship 2019 - Enoshima JPN - Day 2 Racing on the opening day of the 470 Worlds was postponed yesterday due lack of wind, but today there is hope for successful racing as the boats are actually on the way to the starting area at press deadline this morning UTC. Light to moderate winds have been forecast. Racing can be followed on a live ticker and over GPS tracking. ----- The news of yesterday.
Saturday, August 3, 2019   

470 - World Championship 2019 - Enoshima JPN - Practice Race today, the Swiss

 470 - World Championship 2019 - Enoshima JPN - Practice Race today, the Swiss The 470 World Championship 2019 begins today in Japan with the Practice Race. In addition to the title and medals, six more Olympic Nations berth are at stake for the Women and four for the Men. ----- Among the contenders are the two Swiss teams: Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI missed the qualification a year ago by a small margin. Kilian Wagen/Grégoire Siegwart SUI made much progress during this year and have a fair chance to qualify Switzerland as well. ----- The entry lists, the official preview and the event facebook page with videos.


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