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International Sailing – Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Wednesday, October 16, 2019   

Match Racing - Womens International Series - Shanghai CHN - Day 4

 Match Racing - Womens International Series - Shanghai CHN - Day 4 Yesterday, the Quarterfinals were sailed in Shanghai, and today, Wednesday, the Semfinals were held already. At 6h a.m UTC, the best four are on the water for the Finals. ----- Claire Leroy FRA leads 2-0 over Johanna Bergquist for victory, and in the Petite Final between Celia Willison NZL and Clare Costanzo AUS, the interim result is the same. The final ranking list will be available during the morning UTC. ----- The results and the news.
Wednesday, October 16, 2019   

Kite Boarding - ANOC World Beach Games - Doha, Qatar - final results

 Kite Boarding - ANOC World Beach Games - Doha, Qatar - final results Daniela Moroz USA won the Women Kitefoil Racing Gold defeating Julia Damasiewicz POL. Elena Kalinina RUS secured Bronze. ----- Organized by the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC), 97 countries are at the first ever 2019 competition which features 14 disciplines in 13 sports, all non-Olympic events different from the Tokyo 2020 program and are gender equal. ----- The news and the results. ----- Today Wednesday, the Men will held the semi-finals. With Nicolas Parlier FRA and Florian Gruber GER already through, the 12 highest qualifying competitors from the opening series races will battle it out for two remaining places in the final.
International Sailing – Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Tuesday, October 15, 2019   

Star - Trofeo d'Amicizia - Brenzone ITA - Final results

 Star - Trofeo d'Amicizia - Brenzone ITA - Final results Dominant a prominent winner of the 53rd edition of the Trofeo d'Amicizia on Lake Garda was Torvar Mirsky AUS with Peter O'Leary IRL as crew winning four of the five races held. Luca Modena/Sergio Lambertenghi ITA followed on rank 2. ----- 18 teams from 6 nations participated. Fresh Peler (Northwind) early in the morning and a moderate Ora (Southwind) in the afternoon provided for ideal racing conditions. ----- The results and reports on the Swiss Star Class website.
Tuesday, October 15, 2019   

18 Footer - Spring Series 2019 - Sydney AUS - Race 1

 18 Footer - Spring Series 2019 - Sydney AUS - Race 1 The 2019/20 Australian 18-Footer League on Sydney Harbour was kicked off last Sunday with new boats and new teams. Winner of race 1 in the Spring Series, sailed in light winds, was 'Noakesailing' with Sean Langman/Ed Powys/Nathan Edwards AUS 32sec ahead of 'Kitchenmaker' with Jordan Girdis/Lachlan Doyle/Tom Quigley AUS. During the whole summer, 18-Footer racing with spectator boats and betting activities is an important entertainment in the Australian metropole. The news, the ranking list and the video replay of the live coverage.
Tuesday, October 15, 2019   

Match Racing - Womens International Series - Shanghai CHN - Day 3

 Match Racing - Womens International Series - Shanghai CHN - Day 3 The pairings completed after the Repechage yesterday, the Quarterfinals are being sailed this morning UTC in Shanghai CHN, and Johanna Bergquist SWE is already qualified for the Semifinal after defeating Margot Vennin FRA 3-0. In a second Quarterfinal, Claire Constanzo AUS leads 2-1 over Margot Riou FRA. Celia Willison NZL vs Lea Richter DEN and Pauline Courtois FRA vs Ekaterina Chaschchina RUS are the other matches. ----- The results and the daily news.
International Sailing – Monday, October 14, 2019
Monday, October 14, 2019   (Image © Studio Borlenghi)

Various classes - Barcolana - Trieste ITA - Final results

 Various classes - Barcolana - Trieste ITA - Final results 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. ----- Very light winds of 3kn max prevailed during the 51st edition of the Barcolana in Trieste ITA with only 1076 teams finishing the shortened race. ----- The ranking list, the news and the event facebook page.
Monday, October 14, 2019   

Match Racing - Womens International Series - Shanghai CHN - Day 2

 Match Racing - Womens International Series - Shanghai CHN - Day 2 On the ranks 1 to 4 and qualified for the Quarter Final at the end of the Round Robin in Shanghai CHN are Pauline Courtois FRA (10-1), Johanna Bergquist SWE (9-2), Celia Wilson NZL (9-2) and Margot Riou FRA (8-3). The ranked 5th to 10th will sail the Repechage today for the remaining four Quarter Final places. ----- Light winds prevailed yesterday. ----- The results and the news.
International Sailing – Sunday, October 13, 2019
Sunday, October 13, 2019   

Melges 24 - World Championship 2019 - Villasimius ITA - Final results

 Melges 24 - World Championship 2019 - Villasimius ITA - Final results 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 results and the news.
Sunday, October 13, 2019   

Snipe - World Championship 2019 - Ilhabela BRA - Final results

 Snipe - World Championship 2019 - Ilhabela BRA - Final results After the final two races of the Snipe World Championship in Brazil yesterday, Henrique Haddad BRA, former 470 Olympian, with Gustavo Nascimento BRA as crew, moved up on rank 1 and grasped the Champions title. Only one point behind follow Alexandre Paradeda/Gabriel Kieling BRA on rank 2. Damian Camps/Jordi Triay ESP had to content themselves with rank 3. ----- The results and the final report.
Sunday, October 13, 2019   

Various classes - Barcolana - Triest ITA - Start today

 Various classes - Barcolana - Triest ITA - Start today At 9.30 UTC in Trieste ITA this morning, the start to the Barcolana with over 2'000 boats on the starting line will be given. Among the prominent starter this year are Dee Caffari GBR and Sally Barkow USA. The wind however will most probably be absent according to the forecast. A preview. ----- For one week now, supporting acts to the Barcolana have been underway. Among other events, the new Olympic discipline Mixed Offshore was on the program. Seven national teams (AUT, BEL, FRA, AUS, ESP, USA, ITA) sailed on the new L30 yachts with Lisa Berger/Christian Kargl AUT as winner. The news. A ranking list was not posted. ----- The event website.
International Sailing – 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. ----- Three races were held yesterday in a moderate seabreeze. ----- The results and the daily news.
Saturday, October 12, 2019   (Image © JRTPhotos)

Dragon - 90th Anniversary Regatta - San Remo ITA - Final results

 Dragon - 90th Anniversary Regatta - San Remo ITA - Final results 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. ----- Moderate 10 to 12 kn winds prevailed on the final day of the Jubilee event. ----- All ranking lists and the news.
Saturday, October 12, 2019   (Image © Matias Capizzano)

Snipe - World Championship 2019 - Ilhabela BRA - Day 4

 Snipe - World Championship 2019 - Ilhabela BRA - Day 4 Leader change again at the Snipe Worlds in Brazilia with Damian Camps/Jordi Triay ESP one point ahead of the previous first Henrique Haddad/Gustavo Nascimento BRA before the final two races of today. Mario Jesus/Gabriel Borges BRA on 3rd are already 9 points behind. ----- Moderate winds around 12kn prevailed yesterday and the discard became effective after the two races sailed. ----- The results and the daily news.
International Sailing – Friday, October 11, 2019
Friday, October 11, 2019   

Dragon - 90th Anniversary Regatta - San Remo ITA - Day 4

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

 Melges 24 - World Championship 2019 - Villasimius ITA - Day 3 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 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.
International Sailing – Thursday, October 10, 2019
Thursday, October 10, 2019   

Dragon - 90th Anniversary Regatta - San Remo ITA - Day 3

Yesterday, the special Anniversary Regattas were on the program. 156 Dragons started together to a Coastal Race with Gerhard Bach GER and his team as winners. The ranking list and the video. ----- In addition, a special race for female helmspersons and a champions race with all Olympic, World and Continental medalists were held. ----- Today, fleetracing will resume in two groups. Leaders after two races sailed are Mike Hayles GBR and Goggin Murphy IRL in their groups. ----- The ranking lists and the daily news.
Thursday, October 10, 2019   

Melges 24 - World Championship 2019 - Villasimius ITA - Day 2

 Melges 24 - World Championship 2019 - Villasimius ITA - Day 2 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. ----- The ranking list and the news.
Thursday, October 10, 2019   (Image © Matias Capizzano)

Snipe - World Championship 2019 - Ilhabela BRA - Day 2

 Snipe - World Championship 2019 - Ilhabela BRA - Day 2 Winning the only race of the day at the Snipe Worlds in Brazil, Louis Soubie/Diego Lipszyc ARG have taken the overall lead ahead of Ricardo Fabini/Florencia Parnizari URU and Asher Zitterer/Watt Duffy USA. 70 teams from 14 nations and 3 continents are racing. Very light and unstable winds impeded again the program. ----- The ranking list and the daily news.
International Sailing – Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Wednesday, October 9, 2019   (Image © Pierrick Contin)

Melges 24 - World Championship 2019 - Villasimius ITA - Day 1

 Melges 24 - World Championship 2019 - Villasimius ITA - Day 1 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. ----- 61 teams from 14 nations participate. ----- The results and the event website
Wednesday, October 9, 2019   

Dragon - 90th Anniversary Regatta - San Remo ITA - Day 2

 Dragon - 90th Anniversary Regatta - San Remo ITA - Day 2 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. ----- In the Fleet B, Goggin Murphy IRL is on top ahead of Jens Christensen DEN. ----- 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   

Snipe - 2019 Snipe World Championship - Ilhabela, Brazil - Day 1

 Snipe - 2019 Snipe World Championship - Ilhabela, Brazil - Day 1 One race was held on the opening day of the 2019 Snipe World Championship in Ilhabela BRA with Asher Zittrer/Watt Duffy USA (LYC) as winners ahead of Naoki Inoue/Masataka Kojima JPN (SSSM) and Rafael Gagliotti/Henrique Wisniewski BRA (ICS). ----- 70 teams from 11 nations are competing. ----- After some postponements, the fleet departed in a light 6-8kn Southwind under overcast skies and drizzle. ----- The results, the news, the Snipe facebook page and the event website.
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).
International Sailing – Tuesday, October 8, 2019
Tuesday, October 8, 2019   

Farr 40 - 2019 Farr 40 World Championship - Long Beach CA - Final Results, Vince Brun and Drew Freides winners

 Farr 40 - 2019 Farr 40 World Championship - Long Beach CA - Final Results, Vince Brun and Drew Freides winners 'Far Niente' of Drew Freides/Vince Brun, Los Angeles, CA, USA, newcomer in the Farr 40 class, grasped the World Champions title 3 points ahead of the defending champion 'Struntje Light' of Wolfgang Schaefer, Lueneburg, GER. 'Edake' of Jeff Carter Sydney, NSW, AUS, winner in the Corinthian rankings, followed another 5 points back. ----- The Championship took place in the waters off Long Beach, south of Alamitos Bay Harbor in an initial 20kn breeze on the opening day, settling to an average 10-12kn as the regatta carried on. ----- The results, the news and the www.lbyc.org/]Long Beach YC website[/URL].
International Sailing – Monday, October 7, 2019
Monday, October 7, 2019   

Kite Foil - World Series 2019 - Final - Cagliari ITA - Final results

 Kite Foil - World Series 2019 - Final - Cagliari ITA - Final results 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. 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   

Laser - Euro Master Series - Martigues FRA - Final results

 Laser - Euro Master Series - Martigues FRA - Final results Pierrick Amizet FRA replaced Juan Garcia ESP on rank one in the Lasers Radial after the final two races of the Euro-Master-Series on the Etang de Berre near Martigues held in a fresh Mistral breeze. Jean-Luc Dreyer SUI followed on rank 3 in this largest fleet with 35 participants. ----- In the Lasers Standard, Jean-Pierre Vogtensperger FRA finished first ahead of Beat Heinz SUI. ----- Christelle Marsault FRA mastered the small Laser 4.7 fleet. ----- All ranking lists and the event website.
Monday, October 7, 2019   

RC44 - RC44-Cup 2019 - Act 4 - Cascais POR - Final results

 RC44 - RC44-Cup 2019 - Act 4 - Cascais POR - Final results 'Team Aqua' of Chris Bake GBR (tactics Cameron Appleton NZL) was the dominating winner of the Cascais RC44 Cup Act ahead of 'Team Nika' of Vladimir Prosikhin RUS (with Tom Slingsby AUS). On rank 3 followed 'Charisma' of Nico Poons MON (with John Kostecki USA). ----- A fresh breeze exceeding 20kn made racing spectacular on the final day of the Cascais event. ----- The ranking list and the final report. ----- With this victory, 'Team Aqua' took the overall lead in the annual rankings just one point ahead of 'Team Nika' before the final Act in Palma de Mallorca ESP.
International Sailing – Sunday, October 6, 2019
Sunday, October 6, 2019   

Kite Foil - World Series 2019 - Final - Cagliari ITA - Day 3

 Kite Foil - World Series 2019 - Final - Cagliari ITA - Day 3 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. ----- 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 from the shore prevailed again during the Foil-Kite Worldcup Final on Sardinia. ----- The results, the news and the videos.
Sunday, October 6, 2019   

Laser - Euro Master Series - Martigues FRA - Day 2

 Laser - Euro Master Series - Martigues FRA - Day 2 In the Lasers Standard, Beat Heinz SUI winning the only race of yesterday joined the leading Jean-Pierre Vogtensperger FRA on rank 1. In the Lasers Radial, Juan Garcia ESP moved on the first place, closely followed by Pierrick Amizet FRA and Jean-Luc Dreyer SUI. ----- The strong Mistral breeze on the Etang de Berre near Martigue FRA limited the program to one race yesterday after the three races of day one. ----- The results.
Sunday, October 6, 2019   

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

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 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. ----- The final report and all ranking lists.
Sunday, October 6, 2019   

Optimist - Asia & Oceania Championship 2019 - Muscat OMN - Day 4

 Optimist - Asia & Oceania Championship 2019 - Muscat OMN - Day 4 Yesterday, Panwa Boonak THA remained on top overall at the joint Asia/Oceania Optimist Championship in Oman ahead of Weka Bhanubandh THA. New on rank 3 is Guilherme Menezes BRA. ----- Good conditions prevailed during the first Final Series races. ----- The photos, the event facebook page and the event website, unfortunately without ranking list.
Sunday, October 6, 2019   

Star - Vintage Gold Cup - Richland MI, USA - Final results

 Star - Vintage Gold Cup - Richland MI, USA - Final results Eidvind Melleby NOR/Joshua Revkin USA defended the first place in the last three races held on Lake Gull in a moderate 12kn breeze yesterday at the inofficial World Championship of wooden Starboats. Lars Grael BRA/Arnis Baltins USA and Artur Anosov/Dave Ceasar USA earned Silver and Bronze. Mark Reynolds/Hal Haenel USA - Star-Olympic Champions 1992 - advanced on rank 7 on the final day. ----- The results and the news.
International Sailing – Saturday, October 5, 2019
Saturday, October 5, 2019   

IRC, Classics - Les Voiles de St-Tropez - St-Tropez FRA - Day 5

 IRC, Classics - Les Voiles de St-Tropez - St-Tropez FRA - Day 5 The full program was held yesterday at the Voiles de St-Tropez in favorable wind conditions. High attention was on the duel on top of the big IRC racers between the J-Class 'Velsheda' of Bob Henshaw GBR and 'Rambler' of George David USA with again the Brits as winners. ----- All ranking lists of the Modernes, all other Classes and Categories and the news of the day.
Saturday, October 5, 2019   (Image © Martina Orsini)

Kite-Foil - World Series - Cagliari ITA - Day 2

 Kite-Foil - World Series - Cagliari ITA - Day 2 Daniela Moroz USA remained a class of her own clearly leading the women foil-kiters ahead of Julia Damasiewicz POL. ----- In the men fleet, the winner of all three Worldcup events so far, Toni Vodisek SLO, age 17, was forced to abandon the competition due to a shoulder injury after a spill yesterday. Racing for the Worldcup title are now Théo de Ramecourt FRA, keeping the first place, as well as the closely following Connor Bainbridge GBR, Nico Parlier FRA and Axel Mazella FRA on the ranks 2 to 4. ----- Five races were held yesterday at this Worldcup Final in an initial 9kn wind increasing to up to 20kn during the day. ----- The news and the event facebook page.
Saturday, October 5, 2019   

RC44 - RC44-Cup 2019 - Act 4 - Cascais POR - Day 2

 RC44 - RC44-Cup 2019 - Act 4 - Cascais POR - Day 2 'Team Aqua' of Chris Bake GBR (tactics Cameron Appleton NZL) replaced the tied 'Charisma' of Nico Poons NED (with John Kostecki USA) on top of the rankings after the three races held in Cascais POR yesterday in a 15kn wind. Best of the day in this 8-boat fleet at the RC44-Cup was 'Aleph' of Hugues Lepic FRA (with Michele Ivaldi ITA) advancing on rank 3. ----- The daily news and the results.
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