Wind- & Kitesurfing – Friday, February 2, 2018
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Thursday, February 1, 2018
Thursday, February 1, 2018   

13 years www.sailing-news.ch

 13 years www.sailing-news.ch On February 1, 2005, www.sailing-news.ch went online, as a unique Internet platform for the sailing sport welcomed and appreciated not only by insiders but by a wide international public. The up-to-dateness (6h a.m. UTC), the active research for running events, the three languages (D, F, E) and the non-stop 365-day/year service made these pages the preferred address, especially in Europe, but also overseas.
It is a fact that the Internet is the backbone for news and information distribution replacing printed media, and there is no end to these developments. For one year now, sailing-news has also been the special-interest TV channel presenting all sailracing livestream coverage available. So over the coming weekend with the next races of the 18-footer Australian Nationals and the start to the 6th leg of the Volvo Ocean Race.
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Wind- & Kitesurfing – Wednesday, January 31, 2018
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Tuesday, January 30, 2018   

Snowkite - Worldcup 2018 - Reschensee ITA - Final results

On the snow-covered ice of the Reschensee in Southern Tirol ITA, the first Snowkite-Worldcup of the year was held. Short races, freestyle competitions and long-distance races on skis or snowboards were on the program.
Winner in the largest fleet with 35 starters from 8 nations, the Ski-Kiters, was Florian Gruber GER, a well-known top Kiteboarder on water, winning all 7 races. The best women Ski kiter was Jana Schrader GER.
In the Kite Snowboarders, the dominant winners were Ronny Bollhalder SUI in the men and Aija Ambrasa LAT in the women.
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Wind- & Kitesurfing – Sunday, January 28, 2018
Sunday, January 28, 2018   (Image © Jesus Renedo)

Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Olympic Classes Regatta - Miami FL, USA - Day 6

 Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Olympic Classes Regatta - Miami FL, USA - Day 6 The first five classes sailed their Medal Races yesterday in a fresh 20kn breeze, concluding the Miami Olympic Classes Worldcup Regatta.
In the RS:X women windsurfers, 7 of the 10 participants had an option on a Medal. Winning the Medal Race, Hélène Noesmoen FRA was the overall winner one point ahead of Flavia Tartaglini ITA, and another point back Blanca Manchon ESP 3. French was the winner in the RS:X men windsurfers with Louis Giard FRA. As 2nd in the last race, Kiran Badloe NED replaced Pierre Le Coq FRA on rank 2.
No change on top of the 49ers: Fletcher/Bihell GBR remained on rank 1 ahead of Botin/Lopez ESP and Alonso/Alonso ESP. Smashing was the victory in the 49ersFX where Viktoria Jurczok/Anika Lorenz GER on top had finally a 24 (!) points lead on Ragna and Maia Agerup NOR. Tanja Frank/ Lorena Abicht AUT earned Bronze.
As convincing was also the victory of Jason Waterhouse/Lisa Darmanin AUS 23 points ahead of the second in the Nacras 17. The Olympic Champion Santiago Lange/Cecilia Carranza ARG took Silver, Thomas Zajac/Barbara Matz AUT Bronze.
The other 5 classes sailed some more Qualification Series heats.
Before today's Medal Races, Giles Scott GBR is the premature winner 19 points ahead of Alican Kaynar TUR and Caleb Payne USA 3 points back, will fight for Silver and Bronze today.
Nobody doubts that the 470 men title will go to the UK. Patience/Grube GBR are first 17 points ahead of Peponnet/Mion FRA 8 points ahead of Anton Dahlberg/Frederik Bergström SWE.
New on top of the 470 women are Tina Mrak/Veronika Macarol SLO, 13 points ahead of Afrodite Zegers/Anneloes Van Veen NED on a safe way to the overall win. At equal points with the Dutch girls are Agnieszka Skrzypulec/Irmina Mrozek POL fighting for the Silver and Bronze but Ai Kondo/Miho Yoshioka JPN 3 points behind have also an option on a podium place.
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Wind- & Kitesurfing – Saturday, January 27, 2018
Saturday, January 27, 2018   (Image © Richard Langdon)

Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Olympic Classes Regatta - Miami FL, USA - Day 4

 Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Olympic Classes Regatta - Miami FL, USA - Day 4 With the wind and sea state on Biscayne Bay failing to moderate during the day - winds averaging nearly 30 miles per hour, with gusts close to 40 - sailing was cancelled for the day. The Qualification Series for the Skiffs, Nacra 17 catamarans and windsurfers in view of the Medal Races of today are herewith concluded. The other 5 classes will sail the final Qualification heats today to select the 10 best per class for tomorrow's Medal Races.
In the Nacra 17, Jason Waterhouse/Lisa Darmanin AUS are the premature winners with a 19 points' lead. In all other classes, the outcome is fully open.
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Saturday, January 27, 2018   (Image © Richard Langdon)

Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Olympic Classes Regatta - Miami FL, USA - Day 4, the Swiss

 Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Olympic Classes Regatta - Miami FL, USA - Day 4, the Swiss With the wind and sea state on Biscayne Bay failing to moderate during the day - winds averaging nearly 30 miles per hour, with gusts close to 40 - sailing was cancelled for the day. The Qualification Series for the Skiffs, Nacra 17 catamarans and windsurfers in view of the Medal Races of today are herewith concluded. The other 5 classes will sail the final Qualification heats today to select the 10 best per class for tomorrow's Medal Races.
The only Swiss team sailing the Medal Race today will be Sébastien Schneiter/Lucien Cujean SUI as 6th in the 49ers. The two 470s and the Finn will endeavour to make the cut in the last fleet races today.
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Wind- & Kitesurfing – Friday, January 26, 2018
Friday, January 26, 2018   (Image © Richard Langdon)

Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Olympic Classes Regatta - Miami FL, USA - Day 3

 Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Olympic Classes Regatta - Miami FL, USA - Day 3 As predicted, the wind filled in with 18-20kn and more in the gusts on Biscayne Bay yesterday, and the big-breeze specialists took the command in most classes.
As best of the day, Louis Giard FRA moved on top of the RS:X men windsurfers and his advantage on the 2nd-ranked Pierre Le Coq FRA is already 12 points. The new leader in the RS:X women windsurfers is Stefania Elfutina RUS 3 points ahead of Blanca Manchon ESP new on rank 2.
Fletcher/Bithell GBR defended their first place in the 49ers followed by Botin/Lopez ESP new on 2nd 3 points behind. Victoria Jurczok/Anika Lorenz GER continued their winning streak win the 49ersFX and extended their lead on Ragna and Maia Agerup NOR to 10 points. Only 7 of the 21 teams finished the race !
In the 470 men, Patience/Grube GBR, day ranks 1 and 2, are new on top 6 points ahead of Kevin Peponnet/Jérémy Mion FRA. Kondo/Yoshioka JPN defended their lead in the 470 women in front of Zegers/van Veen NED, day ranks 1 and 2 moving up on the 2nd place 6 points behind the Japanese.
Giles Scott GBR (4/1 yesterday) is the new leader in the Finns just one point ahead of Alican Kaynar TUR (1/3 yesterday). In the Nacras 17, Jason Waterhouse/Lisa Darmanin AUS fly away on top increasing their lead on Santiago Lange/Cecilia Carranza ARG to 19 points.
The Laser results follow on the news text below.
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Wind- & Kitesurfing – Thursday, January 25, 2018
Thursday, January 25, 2018   (Image © Richard Langdon)

Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Olympic Classes Regatta - Miami FL, USA - Day 2

 Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Olympic Classes Regatta - Miami FL, USA - Day 2 Moderate winds between 8 and 12k allowed all 10 classes to sail the full program.
Ichino/Takashi JPN defended their first place in the 470 men, but Dahlberg/Bergström SWE reduced their backlog on one point. Japanese lead also in the 470 women with Kondo/Yoshioka JPN. The best of the day Cornudella/Lopez ESP advanced on rank 2.
The skiffs held three races each. In the 49ers, Fantela/Fantela CRO remained on top one point ahead on Fletcher/Bithell GBR and Bildstein/Hussl AUT at equal points. Finishing three times on race rank 1, Victoria Jurczok/Anika Lorenz GER have taken the lead in the 49ersFX. Ragna and Maia Agerup NOR on the 2nd place are 6 points back.
After another three races, the top favorites Jason Waterhouse/Lisa Darmanin AUS moved up on rank 1 in the Nacras 17 ahead of John Gimson/Anna Burnett GBR.
The Finns sailed their first three races yesterday and Ioannis Mitakis GRE has taken the lead one point ahead of the trio Alican Kaynar TUR, Ed Wright GBR and Giles Scott GBR.
With two bullets in three races, Mateo Sanz-Lanz SUI is on the first position in the RS:X men windsurfers 2 points head of Pawel Tarnowski POL on 2nd. In the RS:X 2omen windsurfers, Noga Geller ISR is the clear leader with three race wins in front of Stefania Elfutina RUS.
The Lasers follow in a separate news text below.
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Wind- & Kitesurfing – Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Wednesday, January 24, 2018   (Image © Richard Langdon)

Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Olympic Classes Regatta - Miami FL, USA - Day 1

 Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Olympic Classes Regatta - Miami FL, USA - Day 1 After some delays, the first races of the 2018 Miami Olympic Classes Worldcup Regatta were started on Biscayne Bay in light and fickle winds yesterday. The RS:X, Laser Radials and Finns remained without results.
The 470s completed one race and the Japanese proved to be the specialists in these conditions. In the 470 men, Naoki Ichino/Hasegawa Takashi JPN finished first ahead of Luke Patience/Chris Grube GBR, in the 470 women, Ai Kondo/Miho Yoshioka JPN are in the lead ahead of Yahel Wallach/Shahar Tibi ISR.
In the 49ers, Sime Fantela/Mihovil Fantela CRO moved on top with the ranks 1 and 5 with a 2 points' advantage on Diego Botin/Iago Lopez ESP. In the 49erFX, the experienced teams are already in front with Ragna und Maia Agerup NOR leading ahead of Victoria Jurczok/Anika Lorenz GER.
Longtime class dominators are on top in the Nacras 17 with Thomas Czajak/Barbara Matz AUT 1st and Jason Waterhouse/Lisa Darmanin AUS 2nd.
Japanese lead also in the RS:X women windsurfers with Fujiko Onishi JPN, winning the only race ahead of Nora Geller ISR.
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Wind- & Kitesurfing – Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Tuesday, January 23, 2018   

Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Olympic Classes Regatta - Miami FL, USA - start today

 Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Olympic Classes Regatta - Miami FL, USA - start today Today begins the second Act of the Olympic Classes Worldcup 2018 in Miami FL with 540 participants from 50 nations on the entry lists, among them the top athletes in all 10 events. A special interest goes to the comeback of the former Laser Radial Olympic Champion Anna Tunnicliffe Tobias USA, this time as crew on the 49FX with Paris Henken USA.
The forecast predicts moderate winds for today's first races, increasing during the rest of the week with a Northeasterly of up to 22kn.
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Wind- & Kitesurfing – Saturday, December 16, 2017
Saturday, December 16, 2017   

29er, 420, Laser Radial, Nacra 15, RS:X-Windsurfer - Youth World Championship 2017 - Sanya CHN - Final Day - most successful US Youth Worlds Team

 29er, 420, Laser Radial, Nacra 15, RS:X-Windsurfer - Youth World Championship 2017 - Sanya CHN - Final Day - most successful US Youth Worlds Team The 2017 Youth World Sailing Championship in Sanya, China (December 11-16) concluded on Friday, closing the books on a successful week by the U.S. Youth Worlds Team. American sailors won three medals in nine classes, nearly added a fourth, and finished third in the Nation’s Trophy standings, the highest finish by the United States in many years.
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Wind- & Kitesurfing – Friday, December 15, 2017
Friday, December 15, 2017   

29er, 420, Laser Radial, Nacra 15, RS:X-Windsurfer - Youth World Championship 2017 - Sanya CHN - Final Day - Italy ahead of USA Nations' Trophy winner

 29er, 420, Laser Radial, Nacra 15, RS:X-Windsurfer - Youth World Championship 2017 - Sanya CHN - Final Day - Italy ahead of USA Nations' Trophy winner Finishing 5th in today's final race, Max Wallenberg/Amanda Björk SUI moved on top of the Nacra-15-catamaran rankings winning the Youth World Champion's title. Only two years after his Optimist World Champion's title, Max Wallenberg has reached another peak in his young career. The previously leading Shannon Dalton/Jaden Dalton AUS had to content themselves with rank 2 at equal points. Bronze went to Lucas Caessens/Anne Vandenberghe BEL.
In the 420 Boys, Otto Henry/Rome Featherstone AUS finished on top ahead of Thomas Rice/Trevor Bornarth USA winning Silver. Bronze went to Ido Billik/Noam Homri ISR. In the 420 women, Carmen and Emma Crowles USA clearly earned the title with a 12 points' lead over Violette Dorange/Camille Orion FRA and Arianna Passamonti/Giulia Fava ITA with Silver and Bronze.
In the 29er-Boys, Gold goes to France with Théo Revil/Gautier Guevel FRA. Mathias Berthet/Alexander Franks NOR and Santiago Duncan/Elias Dalli ARG followed on the ranks 2 and 3. In the 29er Girls, Margherita Porro/Sofia Leoni ITA were the premature Champions before the last race today. In a tight battle, Zoya Novikova/Diana Sabirova RUS grasped Silver one point ahead of Jasmin May Galbraith/Chloe Fisher AUS.
Leader change in the last race of the Lasers Radial where Maor Ben Hrosh ISR climbed on top of the Boys rankings. Daniil Krutskikh RUS und Guido Gallinari ITA followed on the ranks 2 and 3. In the Radial Girls, Charlotte Rose USA succeeded to defend rank 1 ahead of the defending Champion Dolores Moreira URU who had to content herself with rank 2 at equal points. Bronze went to Daisy Collingridge GBR.
The decision in the Windsurfers was very close. In the Boys, Yoav Cohen ISR earned the title one point ahead of Hao Chen CHN. Bronze went to Sil Hoekstra NED. In the Girls, Emma Wilson GBR is the Champion with Giorgia Speciale ITA on rank 2 with the same number of points. Ting Yu CHN followed as 3rd.
Winner in the Nations' Rankings is Italy ahead of ISR and USA among the 60 nations.
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