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A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR

Saturday, 24. August 2019– Friday, 30. August 2019

Website: https://www.acatworlds2019.uk/

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Saturday, August 31, 2019   

A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Final results

 A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Final results Mischa Heemskerk NED is the superior winner of the A-Cat Open (Foiler) Division World Championship in Weymouth GBR ahead of Dave Shaw NZL and Timoteusz Bendyk POL. ----- In the Classic Division, Andrew Landenberger AUS defended his first place ahead of Scott Anderson AUS and Andy Landenberger AUS, the son of the World Champion taking Bronze and the Junior title. ------- With a 15kn breeze, the sailing conditions were again excellent on the last day of the Championship. ----- The ranking list and the event facebook page with videos and photos.
Saturday, August 31, 2019   

A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Final results, the Swiss

 A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Final results, the Swiss Mischa Heemskerk NED is the superior winner of the A-Cat Open (Foiler) Division World Championship in Weymouth GBR ahead of Dave Shaw NZL and Timoteusz Bendyk POL. Nils Palmieri SUI finished 12th, Sandro Caviezel SUI follows on 14th. ----- In the Classic Division, Andrew Landenberger AUS defended his first place ahead of Scott Anderson AUS and Andy Landenberger AUS, the son of the World Champion taking Bronze and the Junior title. Bruno Biedermann SUI finished the event on rank 8. ------- With a 15kn breeze, the sailing conditions were again excellent on the last day of the Championship. ----- The ranking list and the event facebook page with videos and photos.
Friday, August 30, 2019   

A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 5, the Swiss

 A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 5, the Swiss Good foiling conditios prevailed again at the A-Cat Worlds and Mischa Heemskerk NED continues to be the measure of all things. Winning all races yesterday, he is the superior overall leader ahead of Manuel Calavia ESP and Dave Shaw NZL. Nils Palmieri SUI and Sandro Caviezel SUI follow on the ranks 14 and 15. ----- In the Classics fleet, the favorite Andrew Landenberger AUS keeps on winning as well extending his lead on Scott Anderson AUS on rank 2. Bruno Biedermann SUI is now on the 8th place. ----- The classementranking lists[/URL] and the facebook page with photos and videos.
Friday, August 30, 2019   

A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 5

 A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 5 Good foiling conditios prevailed again at the A-Cat Worlds and Mischa Heemskerk NED continues to be the measure of all things. Winning all races yesterday, he is the superior overall leader ahead of Manuel Calavia ESP and Dave Shaw NZL. ----- In the Classics fleet, the favorite Andrew Landenberger AUS keeps on winning as well extending his lead on Scott Anderson AUS on rank 2. ----- The classementranking lists[/URL] and the facebook page with photos and videos.
Thursday, August 29, 2019   (Image © Gordon Upton)

A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 4

 A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 4 Mischa Heemskerk NED won all three Foiling division races held at the A-Cat Worlds in Weymouth yesterday in a fresher breeze. His lead on the second-ranked Manuel Calavia ESP is now already 24 points. Dave Shaw NZL is new on rank 3. ----- In the Classics division, Andrew Landenberger AUS won both races taking the overall lead ahead of Scott Anderson AUS and Andy Landenberger AUS tied on the ranks 2 and 3. ----- The ranking lists and the event facebook page.
Thursday, August 29, 2019   

A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 4

 A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 4 Mischa Heemskerk NED won all three Foiling division races held at the A-Cat Worlds in Weymouth yesterday in a fresher breeze. His lead on the second-ranked Manuel Calavia ESP is now already 24 points. Dave Shaw NZL is new on rank 3. The best Swiss is now Sandro Caviezel SUI on rank 11. Nils Palmieri SUI dropped on rank 17. ----- In the Classics division, Andrew Landenberger AUS won both races taking the overall lead ahead of Scott Anderson AUS and Andy Landenberger AUS tied on the ranks 2 and 3. Bruno Biedermann SUI remains well positioned on rank 7, Jacques Valente SUI follows as 11th. ----- The ranking lists and the event facebook page.
Wednesday, August 28, 2019   

A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 3

 A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 3 Back to normal on top of the Foiler rankings with the discard activated as Mischa Heemskerk NED, beginning the Worlds with a last rank, has taken the lead with the day ranks 1 and 2. Bruce Mahoney USA follows 14 points behind on rank 2. Manual Calavia ESP is up on 3rd. ----- Nils Palmieri SUI keeps in touch with the best and even won a race yesterday. He is now on rank 10 overall, Sandro Caviezel SUI follows as 15th. ----- No change on top of the Classics with Andy Landenberger AUS as first followed by his father Andrew Landenberger AUS on 2nd. Alberto Farnesi SWE is on 3rd with the same number of points. ----- Bruno Biedermann SUI is now on the 6th place, Jacques Valente SUI 11th. ----- The ranking lists and the event facebook page.
Tuesday, August 27, 2019   

A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 2

 A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 2 The A-Cat Worlds in Weymouth continued yesterday with two races for the Classics and a race for the Foilers. ----- Timoteusz Bendyk POL defended his first place in the only race of the Foilers, but James Wierzbowski AUS reduced his backlog on 2 points. Nils Palmieri SUI finished 14th and remained on the 3rd place overall. The favorites were on the way up yesterday with the day ranks 1 for Manuel Calavia ESP, 2 for Mischa Heemskerk NED, 4 for Bruce Mahoney USA and 10 for Steve Brewin AUS. ----- The Classics completed two races with the Junior Andy Landenberger taking the overall lead with the ranks 2 and 6, one point ahead of the tied Hugh McGregor GBR and Alberto Farnesi SWE on the ranks 2 and 3. ----- The ranking lists and the event facebook page with videos.
Monday, August 26, 2019   

A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 1

 A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 1 The winds on the 2012 Olympic waters of Weymouth GBR were very light and only one race could be completed. Surprising names are therefore on top of the Foilers that were never airborne. Tymoteusz Bendyk POL won the race ahead of Nils Palmieri SUI and Juan-Luis Paez ESP. The speed record holder Paul Larsen AUS (Sailrocket) followed as 5th. The favorites however had a difficult day. Steve Brewin AUS finished 13th, Bruce Mahoney USA 36th and Mischa Heemskerk NED even was the backmarker on rank 60. ----- In the Classic rankings, Hugh McGregor GBR crossed the line as first ahead of Paul Todd ESP and the Landenberger family on 3rd and 4th with son Andy having had the upper hand on father Andrew. ----- The ranking lists, the event website and the event facebook page.
Monday, August 26, 2019   

A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 1, the Swiss

 A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 1, the Swiss The winds on the 2012 Olympic waters of Weymouth GBR were very light and only one race could be completed. Surprising names are therefore on top of the Foilers that were never airborne. Tymoteusz Bendyk POL won the race ahead of Nils Palmieri SUI and Juan-Luis Paez ESP. The speed record holder Paul Larsen AUS (Sailrocket) followed as 5th, Robin Maeder SUI on 7th is the best-ranked Junior. The favorites however had a difficult day. Steve Brewin AUS finished 13th, Bruce Mahoney USA 36th and Mischa Heemskerk NED even was the backmarker on rank 60. ----- In the Classic rankings, Hugh McGregor GBR crossed the line as first ahead of Paul Todd ESP the Landenberger family on 3rd and 4th with son Andy having the upper hand on father Andrew. Bruno Biedermann SUI finished 7th. ----- The ranking lists, the event website and the event facebook page.
Sunday, August 25, 2019   (Image © Gordon Upton)

A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - first races today

 A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - first races today Today is day one of the A-Cat World Championship in Weymouth GBR with 91 participants, split in two fleets: the Classics and the Foilers. In absence of the ten-times World Champion and Foiling king Glenn Ashby AUS, Steve Brewin AUS, Mischa Hemskeerk NED and Bruce Mahoney USA, the trio dominating the British Nationals finished three days ago, are the favorites for the Foiler Worlds. In the Classics, Andrew Landenbeger AUS and Scott Anderson AUS will be the ones to defeat. ----- More sailing notables such as the World Speed Record holder Paul Larsen AUS, the Moth specialist Benoît Marie FRA or the successful GC32 helmsman Phil Robertson NZL are on the entry list. ----- The wind forecast predicts rather light wind until Wednesday. For the final regattas towards the weekend, fresher winds may be expected. ----- The event website.
Sunday, August 25, 2019   

A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - first races today, the Swiss

 A-Cat - World Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - first races today, the Swiss Today is day one of the A-Cat World Championship in Weymouth GBR with 91 participants, split in two fleets: the Classics and the Foilers. In absence of the ten-times World Champion and Foiling king Glenn Ashby AUS, Steve Brewin AUS, Mischa Hemskeerk NED and Bruce Mahoney USA, the trio dominating the British Nationals finished three days ago, are the favorites for the Foiler Worlds. In the Classics, Andrew Landenbeger AUS and Scott Anderson AUS will be the ones to defeat. ----- More sailing notables such as the World Speed Record holder Paul Larsen AUS, the Moth specialist Benoît Marie FRA or the successfiö GC32 helmsman Phil Robertson NZL are on the entry list. Switzerland is represented by 10 sailors. ----- The wind forecast predicts rather light wind until Wednesday. For the final regattas towards the weekend, fresher winds may be expected. ----- The event website.
Thursday, August 22, 2019   (Image © Gordon Upton)

A-Cat - British National Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Final results

 A-Cat - British National Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Final results The A-Cat British Nationals ended yesterday in Weymouth without changes on top of the rankings. Steve Brewin AUS finished first in the Foils ahead of Mischa Hemskeerk NED. Bruce Mahoney USA followed on 3rd. ----- In the Classics, Scott Anderson AUS was first ahead of Alberto Farnesi ITA and Bruno Biedermann SUI. ----- On Sunday, the World Championship will begin at the same venue. ----- The ranking lists.
Wednesday, August 21, 2019   

A-Cat - British National Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 3

 A-Cat - British National Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 3 After two days ashore because of stormy winds, the first three races of the British A-Cat Nationals - a tune-up race before the Worlds of next week - were sailed in an intial 15kn breeze, increasing to 25kn during the day. ----- In the Foiler Open rankings, Steve Brewin AUS and Mischa Hemskeerk NED are tied on top. Bruce Mahoney USA follows as 3rd. 31 participants. ----- In the Classic fleet, Scott Anderson AUS is first ahead of Alberto Farnesi SWE and Mike Bawden GBR. 20 participants. ----- The ranking lists and the news.
Wednesday, August 21, 2019   

A-Cat - British National Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 3, the Swiss

 A-Cat - British National Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 3, the Swiss After two days ashore because of stormy winds, the first three races of the British A-Cat Nationals - a tune-up race before the Worlds of next week - were sailed in an intial 15kn breeze, increasing to 25kn during the day. ----- In the Foiler Open rankings, Steve Brewin AUS and Mischa Hemskeerk NED are tied on top. Bruce Mahoney USA follows as 3rd. Charles Bueche SUI is on the 10th place, Nils Palmieri SUI follows as 13th among the 31 participants. ----- In the Classic fleet, Scott Anderson AUS is first ahead of Alberto Farnesi SWE and Mike Bawden GBR. Jacques Valente SUI follows on rank 4, Bruno Biedermann SUI is 6th among the 20 participants. ----- The ranking lists and the news.


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