International Sailing – Sunday, February 17, 2019
Sunday, February 17, 2019   

49er, 49erFX, Nacra 17 - Grand Prix - Vilamoura POR - Day 3

 49er, 49erFX, Nacra 17 - Grand Prix - Vilamoura POR - Day 3 Good sailing conditions prevailed also on the third day of the Vilamoura GP with winds of up to 20kn.
In the 49ers, Diego Botin/Iago Lopez ESP reclaimed the first place 2 points ahead of James Peters/Fynn Sterritt GBR. Justus Schmidt/Max Boehme GER are now 3rd.
In the 49ersFX, Anemiek Bekkering/Annette Duetz NED have taken the lead followed by Charlotte Dobson/Saskia Tidey GBR 3 points back.
Nacra 17 leaders remain Quentin Delapierre/Manon Audinet FRA with Ben Saxton/Nicola Boniface GBR 3 points back on 2nd. New on rank 3 are Paul Kohlhoff/Alicia Stuhlemmer GER.
All ranking lists and the event facebook page.
Sunday, February 17, 2019   

Laser - Italia-Cup, Act I - Andora ITA - Day 2

 Laser - Italia-Cup, Act I - Andora ITA - Day 2 The first Act of the Italian Annual Laser Championship began in Andora at the Ligurian Coast on Friday, and yesterday, all three classes completed two or three races in sun and moderate winds.
Giacomo Musone ITA is the leader after 5 races in the Lasers Standard ahead of Giovanni Saccomani ITA. 53 participants.
In the Lasers Radial, Matteo Paulon ITA is on top followed by Matisse Pacaud FRA and Andrea Crisi ITA. 154 starters.
In the Laser 4.7, Niccolo Nordera ITA is on rank 1. 177 starters.
All ranking lists and the daily news.
Sunday, February 17, 2019   

29er, 420 - Eurocup - El Balis ESP - Day 3

 29er, 420 - Eurocup - El Balis ESP - Day 3 Apparently no racing yesterday at the Balis Eurocup of the 29ers and 420s as the results are unchanged this morning UTC.
After 8 races, Enrique Urios/Filippo Binetti ESP are in the lead of the 29ers followed by Aristide Girou/Noah Chauvin FRA.
The 420s completed 3 races so far with Lucas and Teo Pares ESP on first ahead of Florian Krauss/Iannis Suemmchen GER.
All ranking lists and the event facebook page.
Sunday, February 17, 2019   

F50-Catamaran - Sail GP, Act 1 - Sydney AUS - Final results

We reported yesterday on the clear victory of 'Team Australia' of Tom Slingsby AUS over 'Team Japan' of Nathan Outteridge AUS winning not only the final crucial matchrace of the inaugural F50 SailGP event on Sydney Harbour, but also four of the five fleetraces. See the 2-minute video summary as well as the official final report.
Act two will be held on San Francisco Bay in May.
Sunday, February 17, 2019   

Diam-24-Trimaran - Sailing Arabia The Tour - Muscat OMN - Final results

 Diam-24-Trimaran - Sailing Arabia The Tour - Muscat OMN - Final results No change on the podium of the Arabian Tour after yesterday's short races in Salalha OMN: last year winner 'Bejaflore' with Valentin Bellet FRA defended the title ahead of 'Cheminées Poujoulat' with Robin Follin FRA and 'Oman Shipping Company' with Chris Draper GBR.
The final rankings, the news and the event facebook page.
Sunday, February 17, 2019   

Flying Dutchman - World Championship 2019 - Nelson NZL - Day 2

 Flying Dutchman - World Championship 2019 - Nelson NZL - Day 2 The FD World Championship 2019 began yesterday in New Zealand with a first race sailed in an up to 20kn breeze.
Winners of the day were Edward Cox/Peter Bevise AUS. The event website was unfortunately without ranking list this morning UTC, but a report and photos have been posted.
The second race has been started already and information shall be available later today Sunday on the event website.
International Sailing – Saturday, February 16, 2019
Saturday, February 16, 2019   

Optimist - International Trophy - Palamos ESP - Day 2

Yesterday, the qualifications to determine the Gold-, Silver-, Bronze and Emerarld-Fleets were concluded with another 3 races sailed at the Optimist Trophy in Palamos.
A class of his own was again Martin Atilla LAT winning all races of his group. With also 3 race wins, Alex Demurtas ITA moved up on rank 2. Rocco Wright IRL stayed on rank 3. The best girl is now Mayaan Shemesh ISR on the 5th place.
The ranking list and the news.
Saturday, February 16, 2019   

49er, 49erFX, Nacra 17 - Grand Prix - Vilamoura POR - Day 2

 49er, 49erFX, Nacra 17 - Grand Prix - Vilamoura POR - Day 2 Sun and good winds - not as stormy as on day one - prevailed again on the 2nd day of the Olympic Speed Classes Grand Prix in Vilamoura POR.
In the 49ers, Justus Schmidt/Max Böhme GER won both heats of their group taking the overall lead ahead of Diego Botin/Iago Lopez ESP on 2nd and Peters/Sterritt GBR on 3rd.
In the 49ersFX, Vilma Bobeck/Malin Tengström SWE are on top of the rankings after 3 races. Charlotte Dobson/Saskia Tidey GBR and Annemiek Bekkering/Anette Dütz NED follow on the ranks 2 and 3.
In the Nacra 17, Quentin Delapierre/Manon Audinet FRA were the only team with three top finishes so far and they lead with a 14 point advantage on Ben Saxton/Nicola Boniface GBR.
The ranking lists and the event facebook page.
Saturday, February 16, 2019   

F50-Catamaran - Sail GP, Act 1 - Sydney AUS - Day 2

 F50-Catamaran - Sail GP, Act 1 - Sydney AUS - Day 2 Two races - both won by Team Australia of Tom Slingsby AUS and a Matchrace Final were held this morning UTC on Sydney Harbour and the Australians as clear winners, leading the overall SailGP rankings after the first Act of the Series 3 points ahead of Team Japan of Nathan Outteridge AUS. The rest of the fleet is 9 points and more behind rank 2 with Team Great Britain on 3rd.
The official report and the overall standings.
Saturday, February 16, 2019   

29er, 420 - Eurocup - El Balis ESP - Day 2

 29er, 420 - Eurocup - El Balis ESP - Day 2 The 29ers continued with their Eurocup yesterday in sun and a 12kn wind sailing 4 more races. The 420s initiated their regatta with 3 heats.
In the 29ers, Enrique Urios/Filippo Binetti ESP took the overall lead with 3 bullets one point ahead of Aristide Girou/Noah Chauvin FRA on rank 2. Ville Korhonen/Edvard Bremer FIN followed on the 3rd place.
In the 420s, Lucas and Teo Pares ESP are on the first rank followed by Florian Krauss/Jannis Suemmchen GER on the 2nd position.
The ranking list and the news (in Catalan).
International Sailing – Friday, February 15, 2019
Friday, February 15, 2019   

Optimist - International Trophy - Palamos ESP - Day 1

Sun and favorable conditions - initially 10kn, increasing on up to 20kn - prevailed on the first day of the Palamos Optimist Trophy.
Martin Attila LAT won all three races of his group and leads overall 3 points ahead of Roco Wright IRL. On rank 3 follows the reigning World Champion Maria Perello ESP. 530 participants from 29 nations are present.
The results and the daily news.
Friday, February 15, 2019   

49er, 49erFX, Nacra 17 - Grand Prix, Act 2 - Vilamoura POR - Day 1

 49er, 49erFX, Nacra 17 - Grand Prix, Act 2 - Vilamoura POR - Day 1 The Olympic high-performance classes began their Grand Prix in Vilamoura POR with two races yesterday in wind speeds exceeding partly 25kn.
In the 49ers, Diego Botin/Iago Lopez ESP and Justus Schmidt/Max Böhme GER share the lead ahead of Prszybytek/Kolodzinski POL on rank 3.
For the women 49ersFX and the Nacra 17, it was apparently too windy and racing was postponed.
The ranking list and the event facebook page with the videos.
Friday, February 15, 2019   

29er - Eurocup 2019 - Act 1 - El Balis ESP - Day 1

 29er - Eurocup 2019 - Act 1 - El Balis ESP - Day 1 The 29ers intiated their international 2019 season in El Balis yesterday with four races. Winning three heats in their group, Aristide Giroud/Noah Chauvin FRA have taken the overall lead ahead of Ville Korhonen/Edvard Bremer FIN on 2nd and Erwan Wilson/Finley Armstrong GBR on 3rd. 79 teams from 14 nations participate.
The ranking list and the daily news (in Spanish).
Friday, February 15, 2019   

OK-Dinghy - World Championship 2019 - Wakatere NZL - Final results

This morning UTC, the OK Dinghy World Championship 2019 was concluded on Auckland Bay with another two races. Inspite of mediocre results, the triple Olympian Dan Slater NZL defended his overall lead ahead of Freddy Lööf SWE on the 2nd place 4 points behind. Bronze went to Josh Armit NZL. The America's Cup veteran and double Olympic Medalist Rod Davies NZL finished 9th.
The results and the event facebook page.
Friday, February 15, 2019   

F50-Catamaran - SailGP, Act I - Sydney AUS - Day 1

 F50-Catamaran - SailGP, Act I - Sydney AUS - Day 1 The inaugural SailGP event on the former America's Cup catamarans transferred in One-Design Foiling F50 multihulls was held this morning UTC on Sydney Harbour.
Winners of the three races were Team Japan with Nathan Outteridge AUS and twice Team Australia with Tom Slingsby AUS. The Japanese are the interim's leaders after the first day one point ahead of Team Australia who had a bad first race (4th). Three more races will take place tomorrow morning that can be followed live on our website.
The event website.
Friday, February 15, 2019   

Diam-24-Trimaran - Sailing Arabia The Tour - Salalah OMN - Day 12

 Diam-24-Trimaran - Sailing Arabia The Tour - Salalah OMN - Day 12 Today in Salalah, the final leg of the Arabian Tour 2019 is underway. The results have not yet been published. Before the last race, 'Bejaflore' of Valentin Bellet FRA was first 5 points ahead of 'Cheminées Poujoulat' with Robin Follin FRA. Results and reports will be posted by noon on the event facebook page and the event website.
International Sailing – Thursday, February 14, 2019
Thursday, February 14, 2019   (Image © Robert Deaves)

OK-Dinghy - World Championship 2019 - Wakatere NZL - Day 5

 OK-Dinghy - World Championship 2019 - Wakatere NZL - Day 5 After yesterday's lay day, the OK Dinghy World Championship on Auckland Bay continued this morning UTC with some delay. The first two crucial races have already been completed and videos are available on the event facebook page. The news and results will follow soon on the event website.
Thursday, February 14, 2019   (Image © Vincent Curutchet)

Diam 24-Trimaran - Sailing Arabia The Tour - Duqm UAE - Day 11

 Diam 24-Trimaran - Sailing Arabia The Tour - Duqm UAE - Day 11 Short regattas were on the program in Duqm OMN yesterday, the second-last venue of the Arabian Tour. Six races were held in fresh winds around 25kn.
Best of the day was 'Cheminées Poujoulat' of Robin Follin FRA moving up on rank 2 overall only 5 points behind the leading 'Bejaflore' of Valentin Bellet FRA. Today, the fleet will dislocate to Salalah where the crucial races will be sailed on Friday.
The daily news with results.
International Sailing – Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Wednesday, February 13, 2019   

Optimist - International Trophy - Palamos ESP - Start today

 Optimist - International Trophy - Palamos ESP - Start today Today, the second important international Optimist Regatta of the year begins in Palamos ESP at the Costa Brava with 550 participants from 29 nations and 2 contintents on the entry list, among them big delegations from Spain, France, Germany and Switzerland. 18 starters come from the USA, 3 from the Bermudas.
The event website.
Wednesday, February 13, 2019   

18 Footer - Australian Championship 2019 - Sydney AUS - Races 6 & 7

 18 Footer - Australian Championship 2019 - Sydney AUS - Races 6 & 7 Last Sunday, we transmitted the races 6 and 7 of the Australian 18-Footer Championship on Sydney Harbour again live, and after tight racing, the leading boats closed up. Winners of the day were 'Bing Lee' (Micah Lane AUS) and 'Kitchen-Maker' (Jordan Girdis AUS). Overall, 'Asko Appliances remains on top but only one point ahead of 'Kitchen-Maker' and 'Winning Group'. On the coming Sunday, the final two races will be held.
The news and the ranking list.
Wednesday, February 13, 2019   

Diam 24 - Sailing Arabia The Tour - Duqm OMN - Day 10

 Diam 24 - Sailing Arabia The Tour - Duqm OMN - Day 10 Unfortunately, neither the event website nor the event facebook page contain news and information about the activity at the new venue Duqm OMN this morning UTCI. The top teams were closely together after the last races two days ago with 'Bejaflore'of Valentin Bellet FRA in the lead.
The results.
International Sailing – Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Tuesday, February 12, 2019   (Image © Robert Deaves)

OK-Dinghy - World Championship 2019 - Wakatere NZL - Day 3

 OK-Dinghy - World Championship 2019 - Wakatere NZL - Day 3 This morning UTC, the two races on the program today have already been completed on Hauraki Bay in Auckland. In moderate winds, the winners were Freddy Lööf SWE and Dan Slater NZL. Slater has extended his overall lead on Josh Armit NZL to 9 points. Only 2 points behind Armit follow Andrew Philipps NZL and Freddy Lööf SWE at equal points.
The results and the event facebook page with the videos of today.
International Sailing – Monday, February 11, 2019
Monday, February 11, 2019   

J/70, Longtze, Melges 20 - Primo-Cup - Monaco MON - Final results

 J/70, Longtze, Melges 20 - Primo-Cup - Monaco MON - Final results The 2019 Primo Cup in Monaco ended yesterday with another two races.
With a row of top finishes, Ludovico Fassitelli MON climbed on rank one of the J/70 3 points ahead of King Marshall IRL. Tom Studer SUI moved up on rank 3.
In the Longtze's, Jarmo Wieland SUI finished first overall with two race wins yesterday, replacing Thomas Beghert GER on top. Steffen Schneider SUI followed on rank 3.
All ranking lists and the final report.
Monday, February 11, 2019   

Diam-24-Trimaran - Sailing Arabia The Tour - Masirah OMN - Day 8

 Diam-24-Trimaran - Sailing Arabia The Tour - Masirah OMN - Day 8 Sun and perfect seabreeze conditions prevailed yesterday on the holiday island Masirah OMN allowing to complete an intensive race program with 6 short races.
'Bejaflore' with Valentin Bellet FRA took the overall lead ahead of 'Oman Shipping Company' with Stevie Morrison GBR. 'Cheminées Poujoulat' with Robin Follin FRA dropped on rank 3.
The results and the daily news.
Monday, February 11, 2019   

OK-Dinghy - World Championship 2019 - Wakatere NZL - Day 2

In the bay of Auckland, two more races were held this morning UTC in sun and moderate winds. The event website has not yet been updated with the new ranking list but the event facebook page will no doubt contain more information in a few moments. The video of the day has already been posted there.
Monday, February 11, 2019   

Star - Miami Winter Series - Walker-Cup - Miami FL, USA - Final results, Cayard/Liljedahl first

 Star - Miami Winter Series - Walker-Cup - Miami FL, USA - Final results, Cayard/Liljedahl first Excellent sailing conditions prevailed over the past weekend allowing to complete 8 races at the Starboat Walker-Cup. Winners in a very close finish with a 0,4 point advantage only were Paul Cayard/Magnus Liljedahl USA ahead of Eric Doyle/Payson Infelise USA. Peter and Robert O'Leary IRL followed on rank 3. 42 teams from 10 nations participated.
The ranking list.
Monday, February 11, 2019   

Viper 640 - Winter Series #3 - Sarasota FL, USA - Final results, Marcus Eagan winner

 Viper 640 - Winter Series #3 - Sarasota FL, USA - Final results, Marcus Eagan winner Contrary to the first two events of the 2018-19 Viper 640 Winter Series with too light or too strong winds, the final event of the Series held in Sarasota FL. over the past weekend delivered ideal conditions. After 14 races sailed, the dominating Marcus Eagan and his team finished 15 points clear of Zeke Horowitz in second and Peter Beardsley 3 points back in third.
The final results.
Monday, February 11, 2019   

Etchells - 2018/2019 Etchells Biscayne Bay Series - Florida State Championship - Miami FL, USA - Final results with Toni Rae on top

The third event of the four-stage Etchells Biscayne Bay Series was held over the past weekend in Miami with 46 teams on the starting line. Tony Rae USA and his crew finished in the top-three in four of the five races and were the clear overall winners 7 points ahead Jose Fuentes USA and 11 points in front of Andrew Cumming CAN in third. Rob Tyrwhitt-Drake GBR and his team finished 26th.
The final ranking list.
International Sailing – Sunday, February 10, 2019
Sunday, February 10, 2019   

J/70, Longtze, Melges 20 - Primo-Cup 2019 - Monaco MON - Day 2

Light winds prevailed yesterday at the Primo-Cup in Monaco, and two races were held for the J/70 and Melges 20 and one race for the Longtzes, Smeraldas and H22.
Andrei Malygin RUS, winner of the day, is now the sole leader in the J/70. New on rank 2 is King Marshall IRL. Ludovico Fassitelli MON remains on 3rd.
In the Longtzes, Thomas Begher GER replaced the tied Jarmo Wierland SUI on top. Steffen Schneider SUI remains on the 3rd position.
All ranking lists and the daily news.
Sunday, February 10, 2019   (Image © Gwidon Libera)

Ice-Sailing - Junior World Championship 2019 - Lake Siemianowka POL - Final results

 Ice-Sailing - Junior World Championship 2019 - Lake Siemianowka POL - Final results Apparently, the Ice Sailing Junior European Championships in Poland were concluded on Saturday already and the results published in our Saturday's new are therefore final.
The titles went to Andrias Sepp EST in the Ice Optimists and Anton Didenko RUS in the DN's. All ranking lists and the report.
Sunday, February 10, 2019   

Diam 24-Trimaran - Sailing Arabia - The Tour - Masirah OMN - Day 7

Yesterday, the 23nm Coastal Race as well as two short races were on the program of the Arabia-Tour. In a very shifty 14kn seabreeze, 'Bejaflore' with Valentin Bellet FRA was the team of the day. Winning the Coastal Race, they moved up on rank 2 only 3 points behind the leading 'Cheminées Poujoulat' with Robin Follin FRA. To be noted, that already on Friday afternoon, two short races were held.
The news with results und the video of the day.
Sunday, February 10, 2019   (Image © Robert Deaves)

OK-Dinghy - World Championship 2019 - Wakatere NZL

 OK-Dinghy - World Championship 2019 - Wakatere NZL This morning UTC, the OK-Dinghy World Championship began on Hauraki Bay in Auckland NZL. Only one race could be sailed in very light winds, ending with a triple Kiwi win by Andrew Philipps NZL ahead of Dan Slater NZL and Luke O'Conell NZL. On rank 4 followed the three-times Olympic medalist Freddy Lööf SWE. The Olympic medalist and America's-Cupper Rod Davies NZL on rank 8 is the best of the Master category. Many premature start disqualifications among the 115 entrants.
The results and the event facebook page.
International Sailing – Saturday, February 9, 2019
Saturday, February 9, 2019   

J/70, Longtze, Melges 20 - Primo-Cup - Monaco MON - Day 1

 J/70, Longtze, Melges 20 - Primo-Cup - Monaco MON - Day 1 Sun and moderate winds around 10kn prevailed on the opening day of the 2019 Monaco Primo Cup.
After three races, Mario Soerensen BRA has taken the lead in the J/70 one point ahead of Andrei Malygin RUS 2nd and Ludovico Fassitelli MON 3rd.
The Longtzes sailed three races as well with Jarmo Wieland SUI on top one point in front of Thomas Begher GER. Steffen Schneider SUI is on 3rd.
All ranking lists and the daily news.
Saturday, February 9, 2019   

Ice-Sailing - Junior European Championship - Lake Siemianowka POL - Day 1

 Ice-Sailing - Junior European Championship - Lake Siemianowka POL - Day 1 Back to back with he World Championships, the Junior Ice Sailing pilots started to their European Championships. In favorable conditions, both fleets completed 5 races each.
In the Ice Optimists, Andrias Sepp EST won four heats and is the clear leader ahead of Mateusz Gigielewicz POL.
In the DN sleds, Anton Didenko RUS has taken the lead ahead of Zuzana Rybicka POL on the 2nd place.
The ranking lists.
International Sailing – Friday, February 8, 2019
Friday, February 8, 2019   (Image © Michal Skawinski)

Ice-Sailing - Junior World Championship 2019 - Lake Siemianowka POL - Final results

 Ice-Sailing - Junior World Championship 2019 - Lake Siemianowka POL - Final results The Junior Ice Sailing World Championship was concluded yesterday with 3 races per class.
In the DN sleds, Rasmus Maalen EST is the Champion ahead of Zuzanna Rybicka POL.
In the Ice Optimists, the a tied trio at equal points is on the podium with Andrias Sepp EST ranked first ahead of Lisbeth Taggu EST and Mateusz Gigielewicz POL.
The ranking lists and the news.
Today, the Junior European Championship will beginn at the same venue.
International Sailing – Thursday, February 7, 2019
Thursday, February 7, 2019   

Star - Junior World Championship 2019 - Miami FL, USA - Final results

With another two races, held in an 8 to 10kn wind, the inaugural Starboat U30 Junior Championship was concluded in Miami yesterday. Finishing twice on 3rd, Luke Lawrence/Alexeij Solivanov USA grasped the title 3 points ahead of Tomas Hornos USA/Pedro Trouche BRA. On rank 3 followed Robert and Peter O'Leary IRL.
The results and the news.
Thursday, February 7, 2019   

Ice-Sailing - Junior World Championship 2019 - Lake Semianowka POL

 Ice-Sailing - Junior World Championship 2019 - Lake Semianowka POL The Youth Iceboating World Championship began yesterday in Poland with four races for the Ice-Optimists and 5 heats for the DN sleds.
In the Ice-Optimists, Lisbeth Taggu EST took the lead ahead of Mateusz Gigielewicz POL and Anjelka Graczic POL tied on the ranks 2 and 3. On the list of participants are 38 Optimists from 4 nations.
Estonian is the lead in the DN sleds. Rasmus Maalinn EST is 2 points ahead of Zuzanna Rybicka POL, and another 2 points back on 3rd is Anton Didenko RUS. 42 participants from 8 nations are present.
The results.
International Sailing – Wednesday, February 6, 2019
Wednesday, February 6, 2019   

Star - Junior World Championship 2019 - Miami FL, USA - Day 2

Perfect Biscayne Bay seabreeze conditions around 12kn prevailed yesterday and allowed to sail three races, catching up with the delay in the program.
Finishing 5/6/1, Charlie Buckingham USA (he finished 4th in the Lasers at the Miami Worldcup event last Sunday) and Austin Sperry USA (US-Olympian 2008) took the overall lead at equal points with Thomas Hornos USA with Pedro Trouche BRA as crew. On rank 3 follow Luke Lawrence/ Alexeij Selivanov USA.
The ranking list, the news and the video of the day.
Wednesday, February 6, 2019   

Diam 24-Trimaran - Sailing Arabia The Tour - Day 3

After the coastal race of Monday - we reported yesterday about the win of 'Cheminées Poujoulat' - the trimarans were carried to Sur OMN, the next port of call, where another coastal race will be started today.
Leader in the overall rankings is 'Cheminées Poujoulat' with Robin Follin FRA ahead of 'Oman Shipping Company' with Stevie Morrison GBR. On rank 3 follows 'Mood' with Damien Iehl FRA (and the former Ski-Freeride-World Champion Aurelien Ducroz FRA)-
The report on the first coastal race that was concluded with a photo fiinish.
Wednesday, February 6, 2019   (Image © Pierrick Contin)

F18-Catamaran - Cata-Raid - Martinique FRA

 F18-Catamaran - Cata-Raid - Martinique FRA While the Iceboaters are searching for 'solid waters', F18-catamaran teams are looking for the opposite: accommodating liquid in warm regions. Various venues in the Carribbeans welcome the multihull sailors in Northern hemisphere winter time, mostly for long-distance raids in several legs around the islands. Last week, it was the row of Martinique FRA. Winners after 5 legs were Martin Orion/Charles Gate FRA. 46 teams participated.
The ranking list and the event website.
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