International Sailing – Wednesday, January 17, 2018
International Sailing – Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Tuesday, January 16, 2018   

49er, 49erFX, Nacra 17 - Midwinters - Miami FL, USA - Final results

 49er, 49erFX, Nacra 17 - Midwinters - Miami FL, USA - Final results Yesterday in Miami, the three-day Midwinters of the Olympic Skiff classes and the Nacra 17 came to an end. As every year before the Olympic World Cup event, beginning January 23, the regattas of the Olympic classes in Florida have been well attended. With a light-, medium- and strong-wind day, the series offered ideal tune-up conditions.
Stephanie Roble/Margaret Shea USA were the winners in the 49ersFX 5 points ahead of Ragna and Maja Agerup NOR.
After 9 49er races, Diego Botin/Iago Marra ESP finished 20 points ahead of Dylan Fletcher/Stuart Bithell GBR. Benjamin Bildstein/David Hussl AUT followed in third place.
In the Nacras, the Olympic champions Santiago Lange/Cecilia Carranza ARG had the upper hand on Ben Saxton/Katie Dabson GBR as well as Thomas Zajac/Barbara Matz AUT on the ranks 2 and 3.
All ranking lists and the report of the Nacras.
Tuesday, January 16, 2018   

Finn, Laser - Midwinters - Lauderdale FL, USA - Final results

 Finn, Laser - Midwinters - Lauderdale FL, USA - Final results Moderate to strong conditions prevailed during the 2018 Lauderdale Olympic Class Regatta with the Laser Atlantic Coast Championships and the Finn Midwinters on January 13 to 15 racing. Juan Maegli (GUA) topped the 44-boat Laser fleet, Chase Carraway (USA) finished first in the 93-boat Laser Radial fleet with Pernelle Michon (FRA) as best woman in second, Emma Shakespeare (USA) won among the 15 Laser 4.7s, and Milan Vujasinovic (CRO) was first in the small 8-boat Finn fleet. The results.
Tuesday, January 16, 2018   

470, 420 - North American Championships - Miami FL, USA - Final results

 470, 420 - North American Championships - Miami FL, USA - Final results The 2018 470 and 420 North American Championship was held on Biscayne Bay on January 13 to 15 initially in light winds increasing to moderate to breezy conditions for the final two days. As a tune-up to the World Cup Series Miami (Jan. 23-28), Luke Patience/Chris Grube (GBR) topped the 33-boat Men's 470 fleet, Afrodite Zegers/ Anneloes Van Veen (NED) dominted the 30-boat Women's 470 fleet while Thomas Rice/Trevor Bornarth (USA) finished first in the the I-420 title over 41 teams. The ranking lists.
International Sailing – Monday, January 15, 2018
Monday, January 15, 2018   

Optimist - Team Race - Monaco MON - Final results

 Optimist - Team Race - Monaco MON - Final results Major overthrow on top of the rankings on the final day of the Optimist Team-Race in Monaco. The team of the Royal Swedish Yacht Club, clearly leading right from the beginning, was defeated by Finland and Turkey and ended on rank 3 overall. Finland first and Turkey second is the final outcome of the event.
The ranking list and the final report with the video of the day.
Monday, January 15, 2018   

Dragon - Australian Championship 2018, final results

 Dragon - Australian Championship 2018, final results 26 Dragons entered the Prince Philip Cup/Australian Championship at the Metung Yacht Club in Victoria between 7-13 January. 'Whimsical' of the well-known veteran Gordon Ingate AUS, age 92 (!) crewed by Amy Walsh and David Giles, was the winner ahead of R. Campell AUS 2nd and G. Aldersea AUS 3rd with their teams after seven races. The news and the ranking list.
International Sailing – Sunday, January 14, 2018
International Sailing – Saturday, January 13, 2018
Saturday, January 13, 2018   

Optimist - Team Race - Monaco MON - Day 2

 Optimist - Team Race - Monaco MON - Day 2 Sun and light winds prevailed yesterday at the Optimist Team Race on Monaco Harbour and four races were completed. The only undefeated team Royal Swedish YC leads with an 8-0 score ahead of - at equal 7-1 standings - the Helsingfors SKK (FIN), the YC Monaco and the St-Petersburg Sailing Academy (RUS) among the 16 teams.
The ranking list and the daily news with the video of the day.
Saturday, January 13, 2018   (Image © Suellen Davies)

12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions 2017 - Auckland NZL - Final results

 12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions 2017 - Auckland NZL - Final results The 2018 12-foot-skiff Interdominions in Auckland NZL were concluded this morning UTC with another two races sailed in moderate winds. Alex Vallings/Andrew Clarke NZL decided the duel with Nicholas Press/Andrew Hay AUS on top of the rankings in their favour winning both heats and left the Australians 6 points behind.
The ranking list and the event facebook page with the videos.
International Sailing – Friday, January 12, 2018
Friday, January 12, 2018   

12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions - Auckland NZL - Day 6

 12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions - Auckland NZL - Day 6 Not enough wind this morning UTC in Auckland and racing was cancelled for the day. The final outcome of the 2018 Interdominions will therefore be decided in the last three races tomorrow. Alex Vallings/Andrew Clarke NZL and Nicholas Press/Andrew Hay AUS on the ranks 1 and 2 are separated by one point only.
The ranking list and the event facebook page with the videos.
International Sailing – Thursday, January 11, 2018
Thursday, January 11, 2018   

SB20 - World Championship 2018 - Hobart AUS - Final results

 SB20 - World Championship 2018 - Hobart AUS - Final results The SB20 World Championship in Australia was concluded this morning UTC with two races. Finishing on the 1st and 2nd places, Achille Nebout FRA and his team made everything clear winning the title with a 13 points' advantage on Robin Follin FRA. With Richard Powell GBR on 3rd, all Medals go to Europe. 59 teams from 8 nations participated.
The ranking list and the event website.
Thursday, January 11, 2018   

Our News now also on the Swiss Sailing website

 Our News now also on the Swiss Sailing website Since early December 2017, the "Sailing Switzerland News" have also been posted on the website of Swiss Sailing, the Swiss Sailing Federation. For years, these daily news have been subscribed by the Swiss Sailing Team Ltd or the International Laser Class ILCA, a service that is also available for Classes or Regional Federations at moderate fees.
For almost 13 years, our sailing-news platform has been made available as a daily digest not only for worldwide but above all also for national sailracing activities at no cost for the federation, as well as Clubs and Classes. Our thanks go therefore to all information contributors whose reports and results make these pages attractive. We shall be keeping in touch with all events posted on the new Swiss Sailing result system to extract the latest news, pictures and videos of event organisers. Our sincere thank go above all to the Clubs and Classes that have been supporting our efforts by contributing to our Support Campaign and continue to assist us financially. Our budget situation is very tight and your help in addition to advertising fees is mandatory, to cover the cost of this information platform, the only window to continuously present Sailing as practiced to a wide general public.
International Sailing – Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Wednesday, January 10, 2018   (Image © Suellen Davies)

12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions - Auckland NZL - Day 4

 12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions - Auckland NZL - Day 4 Lay day in Auckland yesterday after the six races sailed in perfect winds so far. Nicholas Press/Andrew Hay AUS and Alex Vallings/Andrew Clarke NZL are in a tight duel on top of the ranking list. Here details on the event facebook page with spectacular videos.
The results of today's races will be available by noon UTC.
Wednesday, January 10, 2018   

SB20 - World Championship 2018 - Hobart AUS - Day 4

 SB20 - World Championship 2018 - Hobart AUS - Day 4 Leader changes over and over at the SB20 Worlds on Tasmania. After the downer of the previous leader Michael Cooper AUS and his team, John Pollard GBR took the lead but only for a short time, as in the first race this morning UTC, Achille Nebout FRA replaced the Brit on top. Best of the day yesterday was Robin Follin FRA with two race wins, advancing on rank 4 overall just one point behind the 2nd place.
The ranking list and the daily news.
International Sailing – Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Tuesday, January 9, 2018   (Image © Isaac Lawrence)

29er - World Championship 2018 - Hong Kong HKG - Final results - both titles for New Zealand

 29er - World Championship 2018 - Hong Kong HKG - Final results - both titles for New Zealand Four races were held on the last day of the 29er World Championship in Hongkong.
With a row of top-4 races, Francesco Kayrouz/Jackson Keon NZL took the title of the 2018 29er World Champions with an 8 points' advantage on Lachie Brewer/Max Paul AUS. At equal points on the ranks 3 and 4 followed Benjamin Jaffrezic/Léo Chauvel FRA and Théo Revil/Gautier Guevel FRA. David Eastwood/Samuel Merson (USA), finishing seventh overall, were the top North Americans amid the 58-boat field.
Crystal Sun/Olivia Hobbs, who were the only girls to make the cut into the gold fleet, finished 21st overall and took the title as top female team.
The final ranking list and the event facebook page with the video of the day.
Tuesday, January 9, 2018   

12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions - Auckland NZL - Day 3

 12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions - Auckland NZL - Day 3 Good conditions prevailed again on the third day of the Interdominions - the most important event of the 12-Footers - allowing to complete two races. This time, Nicholas Press/Andrew Haye AUS finished twice on top and climbed on top of the overall rankings, but Alex Vallings/Andrew Clarke NZL are only one point behind.
The ranking list and the event facebook page with photos and videos.
Tuesday, January 9, 2018   

SB20 - World Championship 2018 - Hobart AUS - Day 3

 SB20 - World Championship 2018 - Hobart AUS - Day 3 Inspite of a premature start yesterday, Michael Cooper AUS and his team stayed on top of the interim's rankings of the SB20 Worlds in Hobart. Finishing with the ranks 1 and 2, Richard Powell GBR moved up on the 2nd place, the past World Champion John Pollard GBR is now 3rd.
The news and the ranking list, containing the current updated of this morning UTC: Achille Nebout FRA is new on rank 2.
International Sailing – Monday, January 8, 2018
Monday, January 8, 2018   

29er - World Championship 2018 - Hong Kong HKG - Day 6

 29er - World Championship 2018 - Hong Kong HKG - Day 6 After racing was cancelled the day before yesterday due to excessive winds, the sailors were initially held onshore yesterday until the breeze moderated a little before the Gold- and Silverfleets were released onto the water for the Final Series of the 2018 29er World Championship in Hong Kong. The first race began in a north-easterly breeze of 22 knots, and when the winds steadily increased during the second race, the race committee abandoned the race whilst both fleets were in their first lap.
Francesco Kayrouz/Jackson Keon NZL winning the only race have taken the lead ahead of Calum Gregor/Jon Crawford HKG 5 points behind. Benjamin Jaffrezic/Leo Chauvel FRA on rank 3 are the best Europeans, David Eastwook/Samuel Meron USA on rank 12 and William Samuel Bonin CAN on 13th are the best North Americans.
The ranking list and the event facebook page with photos and videos.
Today's races are already underway this morning UTC and can be followed live over GPS tracking.
Monday, January 8, 2018   

SB20 - World Championship 2018 - Hobart AUS - Day 2

 SB20 - World Championship 2018 - Hobart AUS - Day 2 After the three races of the first day, two more races have already been completed at the SB20 World Championship 2018 in Hobart on Tasmania AUS this morning UTC. Michael Cooper AUS and his team lead overall 5 points ahead of Richard Powell GBR. The past World Champion John Pollard GBR follows on the 3rd rank. 12 races in total are on the program.
The ranking list and the news.
Monday, January 8, 2018   

Star - Miami Winter Series - Act 1 - Miami FL, USA - Final results

 Star - Miami Winter Series - Act 1 - Miami FL, USA - Final results Two races were held yesterday on Biscayne Bay at the Starclass Bob Levin Memorial Trophy to conclude the first event of the 2018 Miami Winter Series. The breeze was again shifty around 16 knots from the East and temperatures were up into the 60's.
Winning both races, Paul Cayard/Magnus Liljedahl USA moved up on rank 1 head of Jack Jennings GBR/Frithjof Kleen GER one point behind on rank 2. Augie Diaz USA/Bruno Prada BRA finished 3rd in the 19 teams' fleet from 4 nations.
The ranking list and the report of Paul Cayard USA.
International Sailing – Sunday, January 7, 2018
Sunday, January 7, 2018   

29er - World Championship 2018 - Hong Kong HKG - Day 5

 29er - World Championship 2018 - Hong Kong HKG - Day 5 The Final Series at the 29er World Championship are being held this morning UTC in Honkong with Gold- and Silverfleets. Two of the four races planned - to be followed over GPS tracking live - have already been completed. No results or information is available neither on the event facbook page nor the event website for the moment. Leading after the four Qualification Series heats were Calum Gregor/Jon Crawford HKG.
Sunday, January 7, 2018   (Image © Suellen Davies)

12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions - Auckland NZL - Day 1

 12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions - Auckland NZL - Day 1 Yesterday in Auckland NZL was day one of the Interdominions, the most important regatta of the spectacular over powered 12-footer skiffs. Up to 60m2 sails are hoisted on the 4m boats thanks to a genaker boom longer than the boat ! Two races were held in ideal 14-16kn winds. Finishing on the ranks 1 and 3, Simon Ganley/Oliver Scott-Mackie NZL have taken the lead ahead of Nicholas Press/Andrew Hay AUS 2 points behind on the 2nd rank. 23 teams from Australia and New Zealand participate.
The ranking list and the news including the daily video.
Sunday, January 7, 2018   (Image © Marco Oquendo)

Star - Miami Winter Series, Act 1 - Miami FL, USA - Day 1

 Star - Miami Winter Series, Act 1 - Miami FL, USA - Day 1 Fresh Northwinds prevailed on the frist day of the Bob Levin Memorial Regatta, the opening of the Starclass Winter Series in Florida. Three races were held 19 boat fleet from 4 nations in a very randomly shifty 10 to 18kn wind. The favorites are already on the leading positions with Jack Jennings GBR/Frithjof Kleen GER on the first place ahead of Paul Cayard/Magnus Liljedahl USA.
The ranking list and the report of Paul Cayard USA.
International Sailing – Saturday, January 6, 2018
Saturday, January 6, 2018   

29er - World Championship 2018 - Hong Kong HKG - Day 4

 29er - World Championship 2018 - Hong Kong HKG - Day 4 Moderate winds around 10kn prevailed yesterday, day 3, at the 29er World Championship 2018 in Hongkong after the breezy opening days, and the last four Qualification Series races were completed.
New teams appeared on top with Calum Gregor/Jon Crawford HKG taking the lead with the day ranks 2/1/2/3 and a 3 points' lead on Francesco Kayrouz/Jackson Keon NZL. Théo Revil/Gautier Guevel FRA moved up on rank 3. The video of day 3.
Today, the wind is again too strong and racing has been cancelled. The video of day 4. Tomorrow Sunday, the Final Series races begin with the fleet split in Gold and Silver groups.
The ranking list and the event facebook page.
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