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Sailing Switzerland – Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Sailing Switzerland – Monday, October 14, 2019
Monday, October 14, 2019   

Mini 650 - Mini-Transat - Leg 1 - Las Palmas ESP - Day 9, the Swiss

 Mini 650 - Mini-Transat - Leg 1 - Las Palmas ESP - Day 9, the Swiss Against all odds, the winner of the Mini Transat leg one in Las Palmas/Canary Islands ESP this morning 4.30 hrs UTC was Axel Trehin FRA on his Protos overtaking the previous clear leader François Jambou FRA in the very last moment and crossing the finish line with a 6 minute margin. On rank 3 followed Tanguy Bouroullec FRA 30 min behind. Marie Gendron FRA will arrive shortly as 4th. ----- Already in Las Palmas are meanwhile also the first Series Minis with Ambrogio Beccaria ITA as winner and Félix De Navacelle FRA and Mathieu Vincent FRA on the ranks 2 and 3. ----- Mathieu Gobet SUI improved his position on 28th with 180nm left to sail. Andrea Pawlotzki SUI is 51st among the 67 Minis still in the race. ----- The Race-Tracker und die news.
Monday, October 14, 2019   

Various classes - Barcolana - Trieste ITA - Final results, the Swiss

 Various classes - Barcolana - Trieste ITA - Final results, the Swiss The 80-Foot-Maxi 'Way of life' with the two-times Finn Olympian Gasper Vincec SLO steering finished first in front of the Open 60 'Shining' of Milos Radonijc CRO and the RC44 of Iztok Krumpt CRO. ----- Nicolas Groux SUI with his Psaros 33 was on the remarkable 24th place among the 1076 teams on the final ranking list of the shortened race. ----- Very light winds of 3kn max prevailed during the 51st edition of the Barcolana in Trieste ITA with half of the 2000 boat fleet abandoning the race. ----- The ranking list, the news and the event facebook page.
Monday, October 14, 2019   

5.5m, Drachen - Herbstpreis - Thunersee YC

 5.5m, Drachen - Herbstpreis - Thunersee YC The 5.5 metres underway since last Friday and the Dragons joining the competition on Saturday sailed the Autumn Trophies on Lake Thoune. Dieter Schön/Markus Wieser/Thomas Auracher GER finished on top after 5 races in the 5.5m ahead of Heinz Saurer TYC and Beat Aebischer RCO. In the Dragons, Jürg Wittwer TYC and his team were the winners after 2 races. The ranking lists.
Sailing Switzerland – Sunday, October 13, 2019
Sunday, October 13, 2019   

Melges 24 - World Championship 2019 - Villasimius ITA - Final results, the Swiss

 Melges 24 - World Championship 2019 - Villasimius ITA - Final results, the Swiss Gianluca Perego ITA with Carlo Fracassoli ITA as helmsman defended his leader position in the final two races of the Melges 24 Worlds on Sardinia yesterday, earning the second title after 2017. Bruce Ayres USA advanced on rank 2. Andrea Pozzi ITA and his team completed the podium. ----- The Swiss follow mid-fleet with Christian Renker SUI as best on rank 31. Michael Good SUI followed as 38th. ----- The results and the news.
Sunday, October 13, 2019   

Mini 650 - Mini-Transat - Leg 1 - Day 8, Mathieu Gobet SUI

 Mini 650 - Mini-Transat - Leg 1 - Day 8, Mathieu Gobet SUI The 84 Minis still racing progress very slowly direction port of call Las Palmas on Gran Canaria ESP. François Jambou FRA will cross the finish line with his Proto this afternoon as winner. 62nm were left this morning UTC. His advantage on Tanguy Bouroullec FRA was 30nm. ----- In the Series Minis, the situation remains exciting with Ambrogio Beccaria ITA 15nm ahead of Félix De Navacelle FRA and 130nm left to Las Palmas. ----- Mathieu Gobet SUI on rank 30 reduced the backlog on 197nm. He will arrive tomorrow Monday. ----- The race tracker and the news
Sailing Switzerland – Saturday, October 12, 2019
Saturday, October 12, 2019   

Melges 24 - World Championship 2019 - Villasimius ITA - Day 4

 Melges 24 - World Championship 2019 - Villasimius ITA - Day 4 The situation on top of the rankings at the Melges 24 World on Sardinia ITA is fully open before the last three races to be held today Saturday with Gianluca Perego (helmsman Carlo Fracassoli ITA) on first, one point ahead of Andrea Pozzi ITA on 2nd and Bruce Ayers USA, another 2 points back on 3rd. ----- Christoph Renker SUI and his team advanced on rank 29 thanks to a 2nd race rank in the last of the three races held yesterday in a moderate seabreeze. ----- The results and the daily news.
Saturday, October 12, 2019   

Mini 650 - Mini-Transat - Leg 1 - Day 7, Mathieu Gobet SUI

With 14nm left to the finish of leg one on the Canaries, François Jambou FRA is leading in the Protos 23nm ahead of Tanguy Bouroullec FRA. Axel Tréhin FRA on rank 3 has a 35nm backlog. ----- Ambrogio Beccaria ITA was loosing mileage during the past 24hrs and his advantage on Felix De Navacelle FRA is down on 3nm in the Minis. ----- Mathieu Gobet SUI progressed on rank 30 with a 215nm backlog on the leader. ----- Light winds are prevailing slowing the fleet down along the coast of Morocco. ----- The race tracker and the news.
Saturday, October 12, 2019   

Dragon - 90th Anniversary Regatta - San Remo ITA - Final results, the Swiss

Jens Christensen DEN and his team defended the lead at the Dragon Anniversary Regatta off San Remo ITA in the two races held yesterday. Pieter Heerema NED followed 7 points behind. Christian Wieland GER won a race and advanced on the 3rd place. ----- As best of the 6 Swiss teams., Norbert Stadler SUI terminates the regatta on rank 20. ----- Moderate 10 to 12 kn winds prevailed on the final day of the Jubilee event. ----- All ranking lists and the news.
Sailing Switzerland – Friday, October 11, 2019
Friday, October 11, 2019   

Mini 650 - Mini-Transat - Leg 1 - Day 6, the Swiss

François Jambou FRA was leading in the Protos this morning UTC with a 35nm advantage on Axel Tréhin FRA. No change on top of the Series Minis either with Ambrogio Beccaria ITA as first 14nm ahead of Félix De Navacelle FRA. Mathieu Gobet SUI is now 37th among the 86 participants still in the race with a 216nm backlog. ----- The fast ride yesterday lasted only till the morning when the breeze started to vanish. Light winds will probably prevail for the rest of leg 1, ETA Sunday morning. ----- The race tracker and the news.
Friday, October 11, 2019   

Dragon - 90th Anniversary Regatta - San Remo ITA - Day 4, the Swiss

The Dragons sailed the first Final Series regatta split in a Gold- and Silverfleet in a light 6kn breeze, and the race winner Jörgen Christensen DEN and his team took the overall lead ahead of Pieter Heerema NED and Mike Hayles GBR. ----- Norbert Stadler SUI on rank 11 is the best of 5 SUI-teams in the Goldfleet. ----- Winner in the Silverfleet was Ole-Christian Vorberg DEN replacing Walter Zürcher SUI and his team on rank 1. Zürcher missed the Goldfleet by a small margin. On rank 3 follows the former Laser European Champion Per-Arne Nielsen NOR. ----- The results and the news.
Friday, October 11, 2019   

Melges 24 - World Championship 2019 - Villasimius ITA - Day 3, the Swiss

With the day ranks 1/2/2, Carlo Fracassoli ITA and his team took the overall lead ahead of Bruce Ayers USA 3 points back on 2nd. Andrea Pozzi ITA is down on rank 3. ----- The Swiss follow on the ranks 36 (Jörg Hotz SUI), 39 (Christoph Renker SUI) and 40 (Michael Good SUI). ----- The full program with three races was completed in an up to 20kn wind at the Melges 24 Worlds on Sardinia. ----- The results and the news.
Sailing Switzerland – Thursday, October 10, 2019
Thursday, October 10, 2019   

Mini 650 - Mini-Transat - Leg 1 - Day 5, the Swiss

 Mini 650 - Mini-Transat - Leg 1 - Day 5, the Swiss François Jambou FRA is now the sole leader in the Protos, 40nm ahead of a trio with Axel Tréhin FRA, Tanguy Bouroullec FRA and Marie Gendron FRA, the only woman in the Protos fleet. ----- Ambrogio Beccaria ITA is back on top of the Series Minis, 5nm in front of Julien Letissier FRA und Guillaume L'hostis FRA. Meanwhile, Scow (round-bow) Series designs are racing successfully as well, such as Florien Quenot FRA on 7th and Paul Cloarec FRA on 12th. Mathieu Gobet SUI on an older generation Mini is delivering a solid performance in the first third of the fleet on rank 34. His backlog was 144nm this morning UTC. ----- Fresh rear winds provided for a fast race yesterday stretching the fleet over a considerable distance along the southern Portuguese coast at half-distance of leg one with 750nm left to the Canaries. ----- The race tracker and the daily news. ----- The first to abandon the race was Pavel Roubal CZE loosing the transom with the distress buoy. Rescued by helicopter, he is safe. The report.
Thursday, October 10, 2019   

Melges 24 - World Championship 2019 - Villasimius ITA - Day 2, the Swiss

 Melges 24 - World Championship 2019 - Villasimius ITA - Day 2, the Swiss No racing on the second day of the Melges 24 Worlds due to lack of wind, but nevetheless, important changes in the overall rankings occurred. After protests, the Jury reinstated two alleged premature starters, among them Michael Goldfarb USA, who took the overall lead ahead of Andrea Pozzi ITA and his team. Tinu Toniste EST is now 3rd. Best of the 6 Swiss teams was Michael Good SUI as 26th among the 61 entrants. ----- The ranking list and the news.
Sailing Switzerland – Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Wednesday, October 9, 2019   

Melges 24 - World Championship 2019 - Villasimius ITA - Day 1, the Swiss

 Melges 24 - World Championship 2019 - Villasimius ITA - Day 1, the Swiss The favorite Andrea Pozzi ITA (with Michele Ivaldi ITA) is the first leader at the Melges 24 World Championship started on Sardinia with three races yesterday. Tönu Toniiste EST and Gianluca Perego ITA follow on the ranks 2 and 3. Michael Good SUI follows on rank 26, Jörg Hotz SUI is 28th. ----- 61 teams from 14 nations participate. ----- The results and the event website
Wednesday, October 9, 2019   

Mini 650 - Mini-Transat - Leg 1 - Day 4, the Swiss

 Mini 650 - Mini-Transat - Leg 1 - Day 4, the Swiss François Jambou FRA has taken the lead in the Protos ahead of Axel Tréhin FRA 6nm behind. In the Series Minis, the dominating leader Ambrogio Beccaria ITA dropped on rank 8 during the past night. Guillaume L'Hostis FRA followed by Julien Letissier FRA are new on top. As only ones bypassing the cargo ship exclusion zone westwards, they took advantage from the fresher winds. Mathieu Gobet SUI advanced on rank 34, Andrea Pawlotzki SUI is now on rank 51. ----- In freshening rear winds, the fleet passed Cape Finisterre yesterday. The second half of leg one will most probably be fast ride under the overpowered spinakers. ----- The race tracker and the news.
Wednesday, October 9, 2019   

Dragon - 90th Anniversary Regatta - San Remo ITA - Day 2, the Swiss

Split in two fleets, the 186 Dragons sailed the first two races of the Anniversary Regatta yesterday in moderate conditions and sun off San Remo ITA. ----- First leader in the Fleet A is Mike Hayles GBR, tied with Jeroen Leenen UAE. Justus Kniffka SUI and Dirk Oldenburg SUI on the ranks 5 and 8 had a good first day. ----- In the Fleet B, Goggin Murphy IRL is on top ahead of Jens Christensen DEN. Norbert Stadler SUI started well to the Series with a 2nd race rank, bringing him on the 8th place overall ahead of the triple Olympic medalist Freddy Lööf SWE (rank 10) or the matchracer Peter Gilmour AUS/JPN (rank 13). Wolf Waschkuhn SUI is 27th, Walter Zürcher SUI follows on the 41st place among the 69 starters in their groups. ----- The ranking lists, the daily news and the video. ----- Today, special races are on the program: one race with all 187 Dragons on the starting line, a Women Regatta and a Race of the Champions with all former Olympic, World and Continental medalists (from all classes).
Wednesday, October 9, 2019   

Star - Fleet Championship Basel - Hamburg GER

 Star - Fleet Championship Basel - Hamburg GER The Star Fleet Basle held their Annual Championship on the Alster in Hamburg GER on the occasion of the Erhard-Brinkmann-Memorial Trophy of the NRV, together with the Dragons and 5.5metre. ----- Winner after six races were Helge and Jesper Spehr GER ahead of Kurt and Markus Scheidegger SUI and Fleming Sörensen/Finn Hoff DEN. ----- 18 teams, among them 7 Swiss, participated. ----- The ranking lists and the news (germ.) (PDF).
Sailing Switzerland – Tuesday, October 8, 2019
Tuesday, October 8, 2019   

Mini 650 - Mini-Transat - Leg 1 - Day 3, the Swiss

First this morning UTC was Axel Tréhin FRA in the Protos, while Ambrogio Beccaria ITA kept the lead in the Series-Minis. Matthieu Grobet SUI advanced on rank 41, Andrea Pawlotzki SUI is now 54th. ----- Yesterday, the wind turned West forcing the fleet on an upwind course without major influence on the positions. The gaps between the boats were still minimal this morning UTC in the approach to Cape Finisterre at the Northwest point of Spain to be passed today. ----- The Race-Tracker und die news.
Tuesday, October 8, 2019   

Nacra 15, Flying Phantom, various Catamarans - Trophée des Rentes Genevoise - SN Genève

 Nacra 15, Flying Phantom, various Catamarans - Trophée des Rentes Genevoise - SN Genève Well-attended Catamaran regattas took place in Geneva over the past weekend and the four classes present completed 6 to 7 races each. ----- Dominating winner in the foiling Flying Phantom-Cats was Maxime Bachelin CVV with seven bullets. Alex Schneiter SNG finished 2nd. First in the Youth-Nacra-15-Cat were Alexis Pariat/Paul Van der Klink CNM. In the Cat C1 rankings, Jean-Richard Minardi YCG on a Nacra Infusion was on top ahead of Jean-Jacques Borne CNM on a Nacra-20. On rank one in the single-hander Cats was Gael Tissot SNG on an A-Cat. ----- All ranking lists.
Tuesday, October 8, 2019   

Optimist, Laser 4.7 & Radial, RS Feva - Championnat Junior ACVL Centralisé - CN Pully

 Optimist, Laser 4.7 & Radial, RS Feva - Championnat Junior ACVL Centralisé - CN Pully Another regatta of the Lake Geneva Youth Championship was held over the past weekend in good westwind conditions. ----- In the Optimists (40 boats), siegte Charlotte Siret CNM finished first ahead of Mateo Bertschy CNV and Mattys Burmeister CNP. In the Lasers Radial, the girls dominated with Farah Imbert CNV on top in front of Jade Gavin CNP and Zora Bigler CVVT. In the Lasers 4.7, Araxie Epremian CVVT was on the first place. The RS:Feva winners were Alex Bossel/Niklas Shaw CVVT with four bullets. ----- All ranking lists and the facebook page.
Tuesday, October 8, 2019   

Fireball, Finn, Contender - Autumn-Regatta - YC Romanshorn

 Fireball, Finn, Contender - Autumn-Regatta - YC Romanshorn Good westwind conditions on Saturday allowed the three dinghy classes to complete 4 races each. The wind was absent on Sunday. ----- In the Finns, Oliver Wirz SUI finished first ahead of Andreas Bollongino GER and Burkhard Werner GER. ----- In the Fireballs, the winners were once more Claude Mermod/Ruedi Moser RCO. In the largest fleet with 15 boats, the Contenders, Frank Richter GER won all races. Daniel Härtel GER and Markus Rüdt SUI completed the podium. ----- All ranking lists and the report of the Fireballs.
Tuesday, October 8, 2019   

SRS - Le Ruban Bleu - CV Lausanne

 SRS - Le Ruban Bleu - CV Lausanne The Lausanne Blue Ribbon, a Lake Geneva crossing from Lausanne SUI to Evian FRA, was held in perfect Westwind condition last Saturday. ----- The line honours went to the Psaros 33 of Michael Wettstein CNM after 1hr37min. In calculated time, Luc Oesch CNM with his Esse 850 was on top of the Category A, François De Bondely CVV with his Surprise finished first in the Category B. The ranking list and the photos.
Tuesday, October 8, 2019   

Yngling, blu 26, Lacustre, H-Boot - Automn Trophy - Zürcher YC

 Yngling, blu 26, Lacustre, H-Boot - Automn Trophy - Zürcher YC Gusty and shifty Westwinds on the lower end of Lake Zurich allowed the four classes to complete five races on Saturday. Sunday, the wind was good enough for just one race. ----- In the largest fleet with 17 teams, the Ynglings, Christoph Bichsel RCO finished first closely followed by Thomas Beck TYC. ----- In the blu26, Michael Klötzli ZYC and his team were on rank 1, and at the same time winners of the Annual blu26 Class Championship. On rank 2 followed Sören Laugeson DEN. ----- The best Lacustre skipper Martin Zobl ZYC, followed by Enrico De Maria YCR. ----- Christian Fierz SCO and his team finished first in the H-Boats. All ranking lists
Sailing Switzerland – Monday, October 7, 2019
Monday, October 7, 2019   

Mini 650 - Mini-Transat - Leg 1 - Day 2, the Swiss

 Mini 650 - Mini-Transat - Leg 1 - Day 2, the Swiss At 5 a.m. UTC this morning, Axel Tréhin FRA with his Protos Mini was in the lead 7nm ahead of François Jambou FRA. In the Series Minis, the favorite Ambrogio Bellaria ITA was on first followed by Felix De Navacelle FRA 2nm behind. Andrea Pawlotzki SUI on rank 40 has a 32nm backlog, Matthieu Gobet SUI follows on rank 43. ----- Well-established westerly winds propelled the 87 Minis at high speed, with the foiling Protos in command. ----- The race tracker and the daily news.
Monday, October 7, 2019   

Kite Foil - World Series 2019 - Final - Cagliari ITA - Final results, Stan Kausch SUI

 Kite Foil - World Series 2019 - Final - Cagliari ITA - Final results, Stan Kausch SUI Théo De Ramecourt FRA was the superior winner of the Foil-Kite World Series Final in Cagliari ITA ahead of Nico Parlier FRA and Connor Bainbridge GBR. Stan Kausch SUI finished as 34th among the 66 participants. The overall World Series title went to Axel Mazella FRA, as Toni Vodisek SLO, winner of all 2019 events so far, was forced to retire from the competition with a shoulder injury. ----- Daniela Moroz USA on rank 18 was once more the best of the 24 woman competing in the mixed fleet. She won not only the Sardinia Grand Slam but also the World Series title, the only big Trophy she did not get so far in her young career. Julia Damasiewicz POL and Breiana Whitehead AUS finished as 2nd and 3rd in the female rankings. ----- The fresh Mistral breeze from the shore and flat waters made racing extremely fast with top speeds above 40kn. ----- The ranking lists and the final report.
Monday, October 7, 2019   

J/70 - Swiss Sailing Super League - Final - CV Neuchâtel - Final Results

 J/70 - Swiss Sailing Super League - Final - CV Neuchâtel - Final Results Favorable westwind conditions prevailed during the Final of the Swiss Sailing Super League on Lake Neuchâtel over the past weekend. ----- Winner after 11 races was the SV Kreuzlingen with Tom Rüegge. Thanks to two race wins, the Thunersee YC with Chris Rast advanced on rank 2. The RC Bodensee with Julian Flessati finished 3rd. ----- The ranking list. ----- Winning this last event, the SV Kreuzlingen stays on top of the 2019 Swiss Sailing Super League as best Club team ahead of the BT La Neuveville with Lorenz Kausche and the SN Genève with Guillaume Girod. ----- The event website and the illustrated event facebook page.
Sailing Switzerland – Sunday, October 6, 2019
Sunday, October 6, 2019   

Mini 650 - Mini-Transat - La Rochelle FRA - Leg 1 - Day 1, the Swiss

87-Solo-Skippers started yesterday to leg one of the Mini-Transat direction Las Palmas/Canary Islands ESP with two different strategies. One group opted for a Northern course based on favorable wind forecasts, a minority is preferring the direct way to Cap Finisterre at the most Northwestern point of Spain. ----- The fleet progressing in a 20kn breeze was still closely together this morning UTC. ----- Leader in the Protos was Vincent Lancien FRA 0,1nm ahead of Franck Colin FRA. ----- In the Series Minis, most on a direct route, Louis-Xavier Lamiraud FRA is on position one half-a-mile in front of Christophe Noguet FRA. Well-place is Andrea Pawlotzki SUI on rank 8, part-time leader of the Series fleet. ----- The race tracker, the daily news and the video.
Sunday, October 6, 2019   

Kite Foil - World Series 2019 - Final - Cagliari ITA - Day 3, the Swiss

 Kite Foil - World Series 2019 - Final - Cagliari ITA - Day 3, the Swiss With Toni Vodisek SLO, overall Worldcup leader eliminated due to an injury, the French are dominating the competition in Cagliari ITA. Théo de Ramecourt FRA slightly extended his lead on Nico Parlier FRA rank 2. Axel Mazella FRA follows on the 4th position and is on a safe track to win the 2019 Worldcup. Stan Kausch SUI follows on rank 33. ----- Daniela Moroz USA, rank 16 overall, remains by far the best women among the 64 participants from 19 nations and 4 continents. ----- An up to 20kn breeze frome the shore prevailed again during the Foil-Kite Worldcup Final on Sardinia. ----- The results, the news and the videos.
Sunday, October 6, 2019   

IRC, Classics - Les Voiles de St-Tropez - St-Tropez FRA - Final results, the Swiss

 IRC, Classics - Les Voiles de St-Tropez - St-Tropez FRA - Final results, the Swiss The 2019 Voiles de St-Tropez Regatta, held during the past week in sun and perfect wind conditions, was concluded yesterday. ----- Please find here the results of the 'Modernes', split in 9 Classes. The eight Swiss teams were mostly mid-fleet, except 'Music' SUI steered by Albert Batzill GER on rank 3 in the IRC-B-rankings. ----- The Classics were sailing in 11 Classes/Categories. To be mentioned among the winners the Argentina 'Cippino 2' (built in 1948) in the Epoque Marconi B-Class, steered by the 1974 Optimist World Champion (in Silvaplana SUI) Martin Billoch ARG. Switzerland was represented with 5 boats in the Classics. ----- The final report and all ranking lists.
Sunday, October 6, 2019   

J/70 - Swiss Sailing Super League - CV Neuchâtel - Day 2

Ten rounds have been completed so far at the Swiss Sailing Super League Final on Lake Neuchâtel thanks to the perfect Westwind conditions. The SV Kreuzlingen with Tom Rüegge extended the lead on 8 points and is on a safe way to the final Championship victory. The RC Oberhofen with Stefan Seger advanced on rank 2, the RC Bodensee with Julian Flessati and the Thunersee YC with Chris Rast follow closely behind. ------ The ranking list and the event facebook page with photos and videos.
Sailing Switzerland – Saturday, October 5, 2019
Saturday, October 5, 2019   

J/70 - Swiss Sailing Premier League - Finals - CV Neuchâtel - Day 1

 J/70 - Swiss Sailing Premier League - Finals - CV Neuchâtel - Day 1 The Final of the Swiss Sailing National League on Lake Neuchâtel began yesterday with 3 races held in a 16kn breeze. The Club team leading in the overall annual rankings - the SV Kreuzlingen with Tom Rüegge - consolidated the first position with the day ranks 1/1/3. On rank 2 follows the SN Genève with Guillaume Girod, at the same time second in the annual ranking list. The point gaps in the interim rankings are still very small. ----- The ranking list and the event facebook page with videos.
Sailing Switzerland – Friday, October 4, 2019
Friday, October 4, 2019   

Optimist - North American Championship 2019 - Nassau BAH - Final results, the Swiss

 Optimist - North American Championship 2019 - Nassau BAH - Final results, the Swiss Overthrow on top of the rankings at the Optimist North American Championship in Nassau BAH after the final two races held in moderate winds yesterday, as the all-week leader Christian Ebbin BER dropped on rank 9, and Gustavo Campos BRA won the title ahead of Rocco Wright IRL and Lucas De Freitas BRA. ----- Excellent performance by Clément Guignard SUI, winning a race and advancing on the 8th place oveall. Alexandre De Weck SUI followed on 16th. ----- Joana Goncalves BRA on rank 19 finished as best girl. Léonie Baudet SUI on the 66th position is the ten-best girl. -----. 186 participants from 17 nations racing. ----- The ranking list, the event website and the event facebook page with photos and videos.
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