Last Sunday, the 7th edition of the 'Bastong da Brissag', organized by the Regataclub Lago Maggiore RCLM, took place with 19 boats on the entry list. Bruno Caratsch YCAs on an Esse 850 was the winner ahead of Giulio Tallachini LN Varese on his Melges 24, and Peter Frey YCLo on a J/70 with Flavio Favini ITA steering. Two races were completed in perfect winds. ----- The ranking list (PDF).
Sailing Switzerland – Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Sailing Switzerland – Tuesday, September 22, 2020
The Tempest Class sailed its first 2020 Eurocup races on Lake Garda over the past weekend. ----- Winning 6 of the 7 heat, the dominating winners were Markus Wieser/Thomas Auracher GER ahead of Wende/Reichert GER and Spranger/Kopp GER. Mario Suter/Andreas Hochuli SUI followed on erank 5 among the 18 teams from 4 nations. ----- The results.
With another two race wins, Axel Grandjean/Marie Mazuay CVVT made everything clear yesterday, grasping the Champion's title in the Nacra 15 youth catamarans. Alexander de Weck/Tibor Devaud SNG and Alexis Pariat/Charlotte Rauch CNM completed the podium on the ranks 2 and 3. ----- 22 teams participated. ----- The ranking lists.
Over the past weekend, three races by Class were held at the Neuchâtel Act of the Lake Jura Annual Youth Championship. ----- In the Optimists, Simon Mille CVE won all 3 races. Ikke Huber RCO and Arnaud Leimgruber CVVT completed the podium. ----- In the Lasers 4.7, Nelly Widmer YCB finished first in front of Lucille Andrey BT.
Good attendance at the Surprise and Grand Surprise Criterium in Geneva with five races sailing over the past weekend. ----- With three bullets, Bertrand Borter CVV finished first in the Grand Surprise ahead of Pascal Cattaneo SNG. ----- The victory in the Surprise went to Frank Reinhard CNM and his team. Daniel Bouwmeester BYC and Emanuel Müller YCB completed the podium. The ranking lists.
Last Wednesday, the first of the two-part Régates des Pirates was sailed in Lutry/Lake Geneva. Nicolas Jaton CNLy on a 6mR was the winner ahead of François Bopp CNP with his X-35. 17 teams participated. ----- The ranking list. ----- Tomorrow Wednesday, the second part of the regatta will be held.
19 teams participated in the Hagneck Race, held on Saturday in a light Northeasterly. On Sunday, 7 boats were present at the Triangulaire Regatta. ----- François Stalder BT with his Dolphin 81 finished first in calculated time in both events. ----- The Hagneck results and the rankings of the Triangulaire. ----- The news
Only one race could be held at the "Tre Coppe" on Lake Lugano on the past weekend. Winner in calculated time was Giacomo Poretti CVLL with his Surprise ahead of the Dragon of Ivano Ghirlanda CVLL. 12 teams participated. ----- The ranking list.
At the Autumn Regatta, jointly organized by the SC Pfaeffikon and the SC Oberer Zürichsee, three races could be completed on the Upper Lake Zurich. ----- The winners in calculated Yardstick time were in centerboard dinghies Leandro Fuchs SCPf with his Laser 4.7 and in the keelboats Sandro Koster SCoZ with his Surprise.
Sailing Switzerland – Monday, September 21, 2020
Winning one of the two races on the final day of the Olympic Classes Italian National Championship, Charlie Buckingham USA grasped the title in the Lasers Standard one point ahead of Robert Scheidt BRA. Juan Maegli GUA finished 3rd. Behind Alessio Spadoni ITA, Eliott Merceron SUI finished an excellent 5th. Nicolas Rolaz SUI as 13th, Gautier Verhulst SUI on 16th, and Jacopo Scornaienghi SUI as 23rd completed the good Swiss performance. ----- In the Lasers Radial, Annelise Murphy IRL was the winner in front of Silvia Zennaro ITA and Line-Flem Höst NOR. ----- Winning 5 of the 7 races, Federico Colannino ITA dominated the Finns. ------ Stellar performance also by Kevin Peponnet/Jérémie Mion FRA in the 470s ahead of Giacomo Ferrari/Giulio Calabrio ITA as runner-ups. On rank 3 followed Malte Winkel/Matti Cipra GER. Maria Bozi/Raffailina Klonaridou GRE on the 5th place were the best female team. Yves Mermod/Cyril Schüpbach SUI defended rank 10, just ahead of Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI up on rank 11 and 5th female team. ----- The RS:X windsurfers and the Nacra-17 catamarans were not present in Follonica at the Italian Tuscany Adriatic Sea Coast. However, the future Olympic iQFoil-Windsurfer as well as the Kiteboarders participated. ----- All ranking lists and the event Facebook page.
Carlo De Paoli ITA defended the first position in the Moths with a 5 points advantage on the tied trio Eddie Briddle GBR, Fabio Fumagalli ITA and Diego Botin ESP. Fabrice Rigot SUI moved up on rank 7 overall. Philippe Schiller SUI finished 25th among the 48 participants. ----- Richard Schultheis MLT remained on top of the WASZPs on the final day of the event. Emanuele Savoini ITA and Francesco Bertone ITA completed the podium. Victoria Schultheis MLT on rank 5 was the best woman. Nicholas Duchoud SUI finished the event on rank 15. -----The ranking lists. ----- The Lake Garda Foiling Week, an event not only with races but also daily Seminars on the latest foiling developments, was concluded yesterday. Check out the event Facebook page with video of all Seminars.
Very light conditions prevailed yesterday at the Nacra-15 Swiss Championship on Lake Geneva and only one race could be held with Elouan Gäumann/Noemi Fehlmann CNM as winners, moving up on rank 7. Leading in the overall rankings are still Axel Grandjean/Marie Mazuay CVVT in spite of a 6th day rank. Alexandre de Weck/Tibor Devaud SNG follow on rank 2 with a 2 point backlog. ----- The ranking list.
Winning the only race of the day - the wind was hardly present - the Olympic hopefuls Kilian Wagen/Grégoire Siegwart/Sébastien Schneiter/Martin Verhulst CNP grasped the J/70 Champion's title. Tied on rank 2 followed Tom Studer CVN and his team. David Biedermann BT completed the podium. ----- 21 teams from Switzerland and France participated. ----- The results.
No racing on Sunday due to lack of wind at the 15er Swiss Championship in Nyon/Lake Geneva. After 7 races, Colin Nussbaum/Ruedi Gautschi SCH won the title one point ahead of Markus Aebi YCL and his team. Bronze went to Yves Gaussen CNM. ----- The results.
Two more races were sailed on Sunday after the only race on the first day of the Lake Zurich stage of the Laser Annual Points Championship. ----- Winning both heats, Benjamin Dufour SNG took the overall victory in the Lasers Radial ahead of the tied Anja Von Allmen RCO and Loïc Oddin SNG. ----- Geneva success also in the Lasers 4.7 with Audrey Deryckere SNG winning all 3 races. ----- Three bullets also for Beat Heinz DRCS in the Lasers Standard. ----- The event website.
After the windless Saturday, four races by Class could be completed yesterday on Lake Zurich. ----- In the small 470 fleet, Mara Bezel/Alec Saesseli SVT were the clear winners. ----- In the 420s, 12 teams, Simon Kaiser/Nik Burkhard SCStä finished first ahead of Theo Elbel/Liam Kuster SVT. ----- The event website.
Sailing Switzerland – Sunday, September 20, 2020
Figaro 3 - La Solitaire du Figaro - St.Nazaire FRA - Final results - Le Cleach FRA winner, Palmieri SUI 18th
The wind vanished completely and the final fourth leg of the 2020 Solitaire Figaro had to be canceled yesterday evening. Armel Le Cléac'h FRA could celebrate his third win in the classic French single-hand race. Only 10 minutes behind followed Frédéric Duthil FRA as 2nd. Tom La Perche FRA finished on rank 3. ----- Kevin Bloch FRA on rank 12 was the best rookie ahead of Nils Palmieri SUI on 18th as 2nd. ----- The final ranking list and the news.
After two days with good sailing conditions at the International Italian Championship of the Olympic Classes, the wind was absent at the Tuscany Coast yesterday causing an unplanned lay day.----- In the good quality Laser fleets, Juan Maegli GUA is first in the Lasers Standard one point ahead of Charlie Buckingham USA, and another point in front of Robert Scheidt BRA 3. Well placed are the Swiss with Eliot Merceron SUI on rank 5, Nicolas Rolaz SUI 10th, and Gauthier Verhulst SUI 16th. Jacopo Scornaienghi SUI on rank 25 made the Goldefleet as well. ----- In the Lasers Radial, Annalise Murphy IRL is on the first place followed by Silvia Zennaro ITA and Line Flem-Höst NOR. ----- In the Finns, Federico Colannino ITA is clearly ahead. ----- The 470 men and women sail in one fleet. Kevin Peponnet/Jérémie Mion FRA with 5 bullets in 7 races are the clear leaders.ahead of Giacomo Ferrari/Giulio Calabrese ITA and Malte Winkel/Matti Cipra GER. Yves Mermod/Cyrill Schüpbach SUI are on the 10th place. Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI on rank 15 are the 6th women's team. Here their news blog. ----- Smaller fleets are competing in the 49ers and 49ersFX. ----- All ranking lists and the event facebook page.
Diego Botin ESP, normally successful 49er helmsman, has taken the overall lead in the Moths, two points ahead of Maximilian Mäge GER on rank 2. Another 2 points behind follow the tied Benoît Marie FRA and Carlo De Paoli ITA on 3rd and 4th. Fabrice Rigot SUI dropped on rank 8. ----- Richard Schultheiss MLT is the new leader in the WASZP. His advance on Emanuele Savoini ITA is already 8 points. Marton Munka HUN remains on rank 3. The best Swiss Nicholas Duchoud SUI follows on rank 14. ----- The Lake Garda wind-machine delivered yesterday as mostly always, allowing to complete three races per Class. ----- All ranking lists and the event facebook page including videos of the Foiling Seminars of yesterday.
The Finn Swiss Championship 2020 on Lake Neuchâtel was concluded yesterday with the Medal Race and Nils Theuninck CNP/GYC as a dominating winner. Christoph Burger TYC, second in the final race, replaced the tied Simon Bovay MT on rank 2 overall. ----- The final ranking list and the video of the Medal Race, commented by Nils Theuninck.
The Swiss Championship of the Nacra 15 Youth Catamarans was started on Lake Geneva yesterday with three races. ----- Axel Grandjean/Marie Mazuay CVVT won three times and are clearly leading ahead of the tied Alexander de Weck/Tibor Devaud SNG and Alexis Pariat/Charlotte Lerch CNM on the ranks 2 and 3. ----- 22 teams form the French- and Italian-speaking areas of Switzerland are on the entry list. ----- The results.
Very little wind on day one of the Lake Zurich Laser Points Chamionship Act, but at least one race could be completed. ----- In the Lasers Standard, Beat Heinz DRCS was on first ahead of Laurent Vez CNM. ----- In the largest fleet with 21 boats, the Lasers Radial, Loïc Oddin SNG was on top ahead of Benjamin Dufour SNG. The best woman was Anja Von Allmen RCO in 4th. ----- In the Lasers 4.7, Audrey Deryckere SNG was ahead of Andrea Dubois DRCS. ----- The event website.
Four races were held on day one of the J//70 Class Championship in Geneva with Tom Studer CVN on rank one with two race wins. The Swiss Sailing Team with Kilian Wagen CNP steering and Sébastien Schneiter SNG as crew follows on rank 2, David Biedermann BT is in 3rd. ----- The results.
Four races were held yesterday at the 15m2 SNS Swiss Championship on Lake Geneva with a close-up on top of the fleet. Colin Nussbaum/Ruedi Gautschi SCH are still first but only one point ahead of Markus Aebi YCL and his team. Yves Gaussen CNM, best of yesterday with two race wins, on rank 3 is only 4 points behind. ----- The results.
The Psaros 33 Class Championship began yesterday on Lake Geneva with five races. Nicolas Groux SNG and Cyrus Golchan SNG share the lead at equal points. 9 teams participate. ----- The ranking list (PDF).
Past Thursday in Geneva, the new premises of the Société Nautique de Genève (SNG) have been inaugurated. Founded in 1872, the SNG, co-founder of the IYRU in 1906, two-times America's-Cup-Winner and home of numerous Olympic, World and Continental Champions is the eldest and largest Yacht Club of Switzerland. ----- The main investments went to the Harbor, enlarged with 400 berths, and the Clubhouse renovated and enhanced e.g. with a Fitness-Center. ----- Here a video report produced by the local Leman Bleu TV station.
Sailing Switzerland – Saturday, September 19, 2020
This evening at 18h UTC, the start to the final fourth leg of the Solitaire will be given off St-Nazaire. Due to the variable weather forecast - a depression provides for moderate winds with rain squalls - the course has been reduced on 80 miles. ----- Most interesting will be the duel on top: Armel Le Cléac'h FRA ('Banque Populaire') and Fréderic Duthill FRA only 10 minutes behind are practically neck-and-neck, considering the strong currents and light winds. Tom Laperche FRA on rank 3 is already over one hour behind. Nils Palmieri SUI ('TeamWork') will have to fight for victory in the Bizuth (rookie) rankings where he is 19 minutes behind the leading Kevin Bloch FRA (rank 12). ----- The preview.
Nils Theuninck CNP won two, Peter Kilchenmann TYC one race at the Finn Swiss Championship on Lake Neuchâtel yesterday. Overall, Theuninck is on a clear way to the title. Simon Bovay MY is new on rank2, as Christoph Burger TYC and Peter Theurer YCB were disqualified after premature starts, ----- The northeasterly wind down to moderate 8-10kn during the three races of the day. ----- The results and the news.
Three races were sailed at the 15m2 SNS Swiss Championship on Lake Geneva yesterday, and three times, Colin Nussbaum/Ruedi Gautschi SCH were the winners. Markus Aebi YCL and his team followed on rank 2, Yves Gaussen CNM is on 3rd. ----- The ranking list.
Sailing Switzerland – Friday, September 18, 2020
Excellent northeasterly winds prevailed on Lake Neuchâtel during the first three races of the Finn Swiss Championship yesterday. As expected, Nils Theuninck SUI scored three bullets and is the clear leader ahead of Christoph Burger TYC (2/2/2) and Peter Theurer YCB (3/3/3). With the Canton of Vaud on the list of critical Corona regions, the German participants refrained from traveling to Switzerland. 35 Finns remain on the entry list. ----- The ranking list.
Sailing Switzerland – Thursday, September 17, 2020
The Finn Swiss Championship will begin on Lake Neuchâtel today with 42 participants from Switzerland and Germany on the entry list. The favorite is Nils Theuninck SUI shining in the past weeks at the Finn Europeans and the Kiel Week. ----- For today, sporty conditions with a stiff Northeasterly have been announced. Later this week, the winds will decrease. ----- The event website.
The Zürich-Horgen-Zürich Long-Distance Race, the 7th event of the 2020 Cup, was held in very light wind on last Saturday. Only 17 of the 52 starters finished the race. ----- Bruno Schmid SCE on his Chaps was the winner of the shortened race. 18 minutes later, Yo Wiebel on a Quant 23 crossed the line. Another 4 minutes behind was the Longtze of Heini Roth SVT in 3rd. ----- The results.
Sailing Switzerland – Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Even after four race days, the Figaro 3 fleet of the Solitaire remained closely packed this morning UTC with Yann Eliès FRA in the lead with 60nm left to the finish line of leg 3. Sam Goodchild GBR followed 1,3nm behind, another 0,3nm back was Xavier Macaire FRA. The overall leader Armel Le Cléac'h FRA did comeback strongly from behind and his backlog as 10th-ranked was only 2,9nm this morning. Nils Palmieri SUI on rank 18 is well placed in the fleet only 4,8nm back. ----- Estimated time of arrival this Wednesday late afternoon UTC. ----- The race tracker, the news and the videos.
This morning UTC, Ian Lipinski POL/Julien Pulve FRA stayed in front 2nm ahead of Stan Thuret/Nicolas D'Estais FRA and Thibaut Lefevere/Sebastien Marsset FRA sailing neck-and-neck on the second position. Only one mile behind followed Valentin Gautier/Simon Koster SUI still in a good place to fight for victory. ----- Light winds were and still are persisting with the fleet having passed Point Lizard at the most southwestern point of England yesterday and heading now for Tusker Rock, the most northern waypoint of the race. ----- The race tracker, the news and the videos.
8 all-female teams participated in the Ladies Regatta on Lake Geneva on the past Saturday. Zoe Daguin LUC with her team won the only race ahead of Dominique Bachelin CVV and Aurélie Conod CVL. ----- The results.
Sailing Switzerland – Tuesday, September 15, 2020
Big fleets were present at the Youth Regatta of the CN Versoix/Lake Geneva over the past weekend, and all Classes could complete at least 5 races each. ----- Edward Hirsch SNG won in the Optimists one point ahead of Ikke Huber RCO. ----- Sam Troska/Daniel Contero CNPr finished on top of 4 of the 7 races in the RSFeva. In the Lasers 4.7, Emily Cook CNV was on rank 1. In the Lasers Radial, Julian de Valle CNP was the winner. ----- Rank 1 of Sam Chambet/Pierre-Etienne Depery FRA, 29er, in the final race broke the tie over Brent and Robbe Verhoest CNV at equal points. ----- A big Nacra 15 fleet took advantage of this race as a tune-up to the Swiss Championship to be held this week. Axel Grandjean/Marie Mazuay CVVT were victorious. ----- All ranking lists.
The Skiff-Regatta on Lake Joux was for the first time part of the French Breizhskiff-Circuit, and with 16 Skiffs, the participation was quite good. After 8 races, the Musto-Skiffs had the upper hand with Roger Oswald SCE as winner ahead of Pierre-Yves Pfirter CNM. On rank 3 followed Patrick Rüfenacht YCB with his D-1-Dinghy. ----- The results.
The Bürgenstock Race on Lake Lucerne, leading from the Gersau Basin to Lake Uri and back to Beckenried, was held last Saturday in very light winds. The fleet was split in six categories in SRS Handicap rankings. ---- The winners were in the Racers 1 Florian Löwenthal RVB on an Esse 850, in the Racers 2 Urs Infanger SKM on a X99 and in the Open Racers Andreas Zimmerli RVB, the only one to complete the race. ----- All ranking lists.
Light wind dominated the Regatta Weekend of the Corsaires and Yardstick-ranked Centerboard Dinghies on Lake Hallwil. Two races were completed. ----- In the Corsaires, Rolf and Liliane Uhlmann SCSee finished first ahead of Martin Steiger/Hans Von Moos SCSG. ----- In the Dinghies, the 5o5 of Matthias Märki/Samuel Zubler SCH was on rank 1 ahead of Jean-Pierre Weber SCH with his Finn. ----- The event website.
The single-handed Solitaire Regatta organized by the CV Vidy on Lake Geneva last Saturday was won by Patrik Megroz CVV on his 6.5m SI. ----- The results.
Sailing Switzerland – Monday, September 14, 2020
While the internationally experienced Swiss finished with good results in very varying conditions, the rookies had their difficulties in the rougher condition during the past two days. ----- Nils Theuninck SUI, after his 10th place at the Europeans of last week, confirmed his form with a 3rd place in Kiel, and emphasized his ambitions for an Olympic Tokyo ticket. The last berth for Europe will be decided at the Finn World Championship 2021. ----- Maud Jayet SUI, rank 8, delivered a solid result as well. ----- Gauthier Verhulst SUI on rank 32 among 80 participants in his first international Laser regatta, had a promising start in this difficult Class. ----- In the 49ers, the Olympians Sébastien Schneiter/Lucien Cujean SUI had not their best day. Not competing during the weekend, they finished 26th overall. The development team Maxime Bachelin/Arno De Planta SUI, rank 19, realized their best international result so far. ----- The newcomers in the 49ers and 49erFX did not start to the fresh wind races during the past two days. ----- All ranking lists and the reports.
Too much wind on the last day of the 29er Euro Cup Regatta held at the 2020 Kiel Week, and only one race could be completed. However, there was no influence on the one-and-two victory of the Maltese siblings: Richard Schultheis/Max Körner MLT finished first ahead of his sister Antonia Schultheis/Ole Ulrich MLT. On rank 3 followed Dehn-Töfte/Dehn-Töfte DEN. As best of the three Swiss teams, Pablo Rüegge/Linus Abich SUI terminated their first Euro Cup event on rank 62 among the 93 teams. ----- The results and the report.
Yesterday evening in Ouistreham FRA, the start of the Class 40 Normandie Channel Race was given. After 80nm sailed until this morning UTC, Antoine Carpentier/Nicolas Grolaux FRA, and Igor Goikberg RUS/Andrea Fornari ITA are leading neck-and-neck. Valentin Gautier/Simon Koster SUI followed on rank 7 with a 3nm backlog. ----- The race tracker, the news and the video of the start.
With a last race, the Yngling Swiss Championship was concluded yesterday. ----- Thomas Kristiansen SCRC and his team defended their first place, but Thomas Beck TYC on rank 2 followed closely only one point behind. Christoph Bichsel RCO earned the Bronze medal. ----- The final results.
After only two races on the first days of the Dolphin Swiss Championship on Lake Neuchâtel, there was enough wind yesterday to sail another three races. With two bullets, the defending Champion Tom Studer CVN climbed on top of the rankings ahead of Lorenz Müller YCB and Beat Aebischer YCSp at equal points completing the podium. ----- The results.
No change on the podium after the final race at the Tempest Class Championship on the Lago Maggiore yesterday. Winning this race as well, Mario Suter/Andreas Hochuli SCH earned the title ahead of Schollmeyer/Von Mertens GER and Hunkeler/Rohner RVB. ----- The results.
Sailing Switzerland – Sunday, September 13, 2020
Warrer/Precht DEN, long-time leaders in the 49ers, are now challenged by Lambriex/van Vugt NED, only one point behind, and Rual/Amoros FRA also new on rank 3. ----- In the 49ersFX, Tina Lutz/Susann Beucke GER have taken the lead, but Stephanie Roble/Maggie Shea USA new on rank 2 as best of the day are only one point back. Charlotte Dobson/Saskia Tidey GBR are now on the 3rd place. ----- With two race wins in the Finn fleet, Nicholas Heiner NED extended his lead on Nils Theuninck SUI on 9 points. Only one point behind follows Facundo Oleazza ARG on rank 3. ----- In the Lasers Standard, Michael Beckett GBR moved on top 4 points ahead of Philipp Buhl GER. Eliott Hansen GBR advanced on rank 3. Gauthier Verhulst SUI progressed as well and is now on the 35th position. ----- In the Lasers Radial, Marit Bouwmeester NED went on extending her lead. Anne-Marie Rindom DEN moved up on rank 2, Maria Erdi HUN is now in 3rd. Solid performance by Maud Jayet SUI, keeping rank 8. ----- Three bullets for Ruggero Tita/Caterina Banti ITA in the Nacras 17, taking the overall lead 12 points ahead of John Gimson/Anna Burnet GBR. Paul Kohlhof/Alicia Stuhlemmer GER are now on the 3rd place. ----- For the first time, fresher winds prevailed at the Kiel Week, provoking major position changes in some fleets. ----- All ranking lists and the news.
Nils Theuninck SUI defended his 2nd place in the Finns, but he lost some points on the leading Nicholas Heiner NED. Maud Jayet SUI on rank 8 continues to deliver a solid performance in the Lasers Radial. In the 49ers, the Swiss Olympians Sebastien Schneiter/Lucien Cujean SUI retired from the competition and dropped on rank 26. Maxime Bachelin/Arno De Planta SUI, in spite of an abandoned race, remain on the good 16th place among the 52 teams. Gautier Verhulst SUI advanced on rank 33 of the 99 Laser Standard participants. The young development teams in the 49ers/49ersFX however had their difficulties in the fresher breeze yesterday. ----- All ranking lists.
In Caen, the start to the first important Class 40 race will be given today with 26 two-person teams from 9 nations, among them the USA and Japan. The Roesti Sailing Team with Simon Koster/Valentin Gautier SUI is on the entry list as well. The race over 1'000 miles leads from Caen via the southwestern point of England to the Fastnet Rock and back to France. The start will be given at 18h UTC in the Oiustreham Bay, northern Brittany. The race can be followed on a race tracker. ----- The preview.
Changing conditions on the third day of the 29er Euro Cup at the Kiel Week but nevertheless, the first three Final Races did not change the positions on top of the rankings. Richard Schultheis/Max Körner MLT, ranks 1/1/2, extended their lead on Antonia Schultheis/Ole Ulrich MLT to 15 points. Jens-Christian and Jens-Philip Dehn-Toftehoj DEN remained on rank 3. Pablo Rüegge/Linus Abicht SUI are now on rank 58. ----- The ranking list.
Three races could again be held on day 2 of the Swiss Championship in a well-established thermal breeze. ----- Thomas Kristiansen SCRG and took the overall lead with a race win ahead of the tied Christoph Bichsel RCO on rank 2. As best of the day, Thomas Beck TYC (4/1/2) is now 3rd. ----- The results.
Only one race could be sailed on the second day of the Dolphin Swiss Championship on Lake Neuchâtel. The winner Lorenz Müller YCB and his team moved on top of the overall rankings ahead of Christoph Schenker TYC on the 2nd. Emanuel Müller YCB and Beat Aebischer YCSp share rank 3 at equal points .----- The results.
The 35 Solitaire du Figaro Solo Skippers have started in Dunkerque to leg 3 around Brittany to Loire-Atlantique over 498nm. This morning UTC, Loïs Berrehar FRA was in the lead ahead of Eric Peron FRA 1,4nm behind on rank 2. Tom Laperche FRA follows in 3rd. The overall leader Armel Le Cléac'h FRA on the 5th position is well positioned again. Nils Palmieri SUI follows on rank 13 with a 4nm backlog. ----- The race tracker, the news and the video of the day.
The dominating Mario Suter/Andreas Hochuli SCH won all three races yesterday and are on a solid path to the Champion's title. Schollmeyer/Von Mertens GER and Hunkeler/Rohner RVB kept the ranks 2 and 3. ----- The ranking list.
Sailing Switzerland – Saturday, September 12, 2020
Nils Theuninck SUI keeps on delivering in the Finns and with the day ranks 1/1/2, he joined the leading past-World Champion Nicholas Heiner NED on rank 1. ----- Still with solid race results, Maud Jayet SUI keeps her 6th place in the Lasers Radial. ----- In his first Kiel Week, the Laser Standard sailor Gauthier Verhulst SUI concluded the qualification phase on rank 40, qualifying for the Gold fleet. ----- Thanks to the day ranks 2 and 3, Maxime Bachelin/Arno De Planta SUI advanced on rank 12 in the 49ers, making the Gold fleet, as are Sébastien Schneiter/Lucien Cujean SUI on the 22nd place. Nick Zeltner/Till Seger on the 44th position will continue the Week in the Silverfleet. ----- Sophie Mosegaard/Fiona Schärer SUI could not confirm the top positions of day one and are down on rank 40 in the 49ersFX. ----- All ranking lists.
The 29er Euro Cup continued in Kiel with four races yesterday. ----- Richard Schultheiss/Max Körner MLT defended their first place. New on rank 2 are now Antonia Schultheiss/Ole Ulrich MLT thanks to two race wins. Den Töftehoj/Den Töftehoj DEN follow on rank 3. ----- The three Swiss team continue the championship in the Silver fleet with Pablo Rüegge/Linus Abicht SUI as best on rank 59 among the 99 teams. ----- The ranking list.
The Dolphin 81 Swiss Championship on Lake Neuchâtel was opened yesterday with one race held in light winds. ----- Christoph Schenker TYC and his team were the winners ahead of Lorenz Müller YCB and Beat Aebischer YCSp. The defending champion Tom Studer CVN on rank 11 had a bad first day on his home waters. ----- The ranking list.
Good thermal breeze conditions prevailed yesterday on the Lago Maggiore on day one of the Yngling Swiss Championship, and three races could be completed. ----- Christoph Bichsel RCO and his team are the first leaders. Jürg Wenger TYC and Thomas Kristiansen SCRG are the first pursuers. ----- The ranking list.
Three races were completed on the opening day of the Tempest Class Championship on the Lago Maggiore. With 2 race wins, Mario Suter/Andreas Hochuli SCH have taken the lead ahead of Schollmeyer/Von Mertens GER and Hunkeler/Rohner RVB. 14 teams from Switzerland, Germany and France participate. ----- The ranking list.