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International – Monday, June 18, 2018
Monday, June 18, 2018   

GC32-Catamaran - Extreme Sailing Series Act 3 - Barcelona ESP - Final results

 GC32-Catamaran - Extreme Sailing Series Act 3 - Barcelona ESP - Final results In a moderate seabreeze the 3rd act of the Extreme Sailing Series concluded yesterday in Barcelona. 'Alinghi' with Arnaud Psarofaghis SUI defended her lead and moved to the top of the annual ranking. In second place overall on equal points with the Swiss is 'SAP Extreme Sailing' with Adam Minoprio NZL. After finishing second in Barcelona, 'Oman Air' with Phil Robertson NZL is now just one point back in 3rd overall. The report including the ranking list and the videos.
Monday, June 18, 2018   

Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 2

 Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 2 Good conditions prevailed in Kiel yesterday. All classes sailed 4 to 5 races In the huge fleet of the 29ers, who sail the 3rd act of the Eurocup, Berthet/Franks NOR are on top. In the 5o5 Quirk/Jess GER and Köchlin/Achterberg GER share the lead on equal points. Christoph Homeier GER moved up to 1st in the Contender. Lars-Jacob Brodtkorb NOR is leading the Europes. After 4 races sailed König/Brack GER are Nr 1 in the Flying DutchmanD. Best of the 109 Laser 4.7 is Cesare Barabino ITA. In the Laser Radial (open) fleet Julian Hoffmann GER is the first leader.
All other ranking lists and the event website without any further information.
International – Sunday, June 17, 2018
Sunday, June 17, 2018   (Image © Marina Muina)

J/70 - European Championship 2018 - Vigo ESP - Final results

 J/70 - European Championship 2018 - Vigo ESP - Final results Big surprise on the final day of the J/70 Europeans in Vigo ESP ! In a moderate seabreeze former TP52 and Farr 40 world champion Alberto Rossi ITA succeded to pass Peter Duncan USA with an almost perfect day (1/2) by one single point and grab the title. Bronze goes to the local youngsters with Luis Bugallo ESP (22 y) helming, who won the corinthian title as well. The final results, the report and the video of the day.
Sunday, June 17, 2018   

GC32-Catamaran - Extreme Sailing Series 2018 - Act 3 - Barcelona ESP - Day 3

 GC32-Catamaran - Extreme Sailing Series 2018 - Act 3 - Barcelona ESP - Day 3 On day 3 of the Extreme Sailing Series in Barcelona eight further races were sailed in a moderate seabreeze yesterday. 'Alinghi' with Arnaud Psarofaghis SUI had a strong day. With five race victories they managed to take the lead in the overall standings. Ten points back Adam Minoprios NZL 'SAP Extreme Sailing Team' moved up to 2nd. Roman Hagara AUT and his 'Redbull Sailing Team' fell back to 3rd after they were disqualified for a collision with 'Oman Air' (Phil Robertson NZL) who had to retire for the last 3 races. Both teams are now on equal points 21 points behind 'Alinghi. The results and the daily report.
Sunday, June 17, 2018   

Moth - Eurocup 2018 - Act 3 - Lake Achen AUT - Day 2

 Moth - Eurocup 2018 - Act 3 - Lake Achen AUT - Day 2 Good conditions with thermal winds prevailed on the 2nd day of the Eurocup (and Austrian Championship) on lake Achen, where another 5 races have been sailed yesterday. With four race victories Maximilian Mäge GER was the man of the day. However, in the overall rankings he is only 11th place as he was not sailing on the first day. Still on top Michael Schönleitner AUT 6 points ahead of Philipp Hribar AUT 2. The results.
Sunday, June 17, 2018   

Contender, Hobie 16, IRC - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 1

 Contender, Hobie 16, IRC - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 1 On the starting day of this year's Kiel Week apparently there was not much wind, just enough for one race for the Contender, the Hobie 16 and the big boats. Volker Niedeck GER was successful in the Contender and Jens Goritz/Kerstin Wichardt GER won the race in the Hobie 16 class. All other rankings. We couldn't find a daily report on the event website.
International – Saturday, June 16, 2018
Saturday, June 16, 2018   

J/70 - European Championship 2018 - Vigo ESP - Day 4

 J/70 - European Championship 2018 - Vigo ESP - Day 4 After the morning mist had cleared a nice 17 knots seabreeze set in on the fourth day of the championship yesterday. 2 further races were sailed. Peter Duncan USA and his team have been able to defend their lead, but they have lost some of their comfortable lead. The second placed Alberto Rossi ITA managed to reduce the gap to 14 points. Third is Louis Bugallo ESP. As the daily best with two race wins, Gustavo Doreste ESP advanced to fourth place overall. Today is the final day of the Championship with two final races scheduled. The ranking, the Daily Report and the Video of the Day.
Saturday, June 16, 2018   

GC32-Catamaran - Extreme Sailing Series 2018 - Act 3 - Barcelona ESP - Day 2

 GC32-Catamaran - Extreme Sailing Series 2018 - Act 3 - Barcelona ESP - Day 2 In Barcelona six further races were sailed yesterday in a moderate seabreeze. The new leader is 'Oman Air' with Phil Robertson NZL, just one point ahead of 'Alinghi' SUI with Arnaud Psarofaghis SUI. Still in with a shout for the overall victory is also Roman Hagara and his 'Red Bull Sailing Team'. The remain in third place 4 points behind Alinghi. The leaderboard and the report.
Saturday, June 16, 2018   

Moth - Eurocup 2018 - Act 3 - Achensee AUT - Day 1

 Moth - Eurocup 2018 - Act 3 - Achensee AUT - Day 1 The 3rd Act of the Moth Eurocup kicked off in Tirol yesterday. Five races were completed, of which Michael Schönleitner AUT managed to win 2 and take the lead in the overall standings. With 2 points behind Philipp Hribar AUT follows in second, another 2 points behind is Maximilian Stelzl AUT 3. At the start are 23 participants from 5 nations. The rankings (PDF).
Saturday, June 16, 2018   

Kiel Week - Kiel GER - First races today

 Kiel Week - Kiel GER - First races today Part one of the Kiel Week starts today with the Eurocup of the 29er and the first races of the
5o5er, the Contender and the
Flying Dutchman. There are Swiss boats competing is in the 5o5ern and the FD regattas.
In part two of the Kiel Week (starting Wednesday) the Olympic classes will be in action. For once the fleets are quite large, as many teams use this event last training opportunity ahead of the World Championships of all Olympic classes in Aarhus in July - here all
Entry lists.
Highlights of this year’s edition are the World Championships of the Laser Radial Men and the European Championships of the Paralympic boat classes.
The event website which, despite its redesign, remains a nightmare to navigate this year again.
International – Friday, June 15, 2018
Friday, June 15, 2018   

J/70 - European Championship 2018 - Vigo ESP - Day 3

 J/70 - European Championship 2018 - Vigo ESP - Day 3 After the two windy days at the start of the Championship the conditions were moderate yesterday in Vigo: In 12 knots wind a further 3 races were sailed. With another daily first Peter Duncan USA and his team increased their lead in the overall standings to 24 points. New in second place is Umberto De Luca ITA, just one point ahead of Alberto Rossi.
The ranking, the Daily Report and Videos.
Friday, June 15, 2018   

GC32-Catamaran - Extreme Sailig Series - Act 3 - Barcelona ESP - Day 1

 GC32-Catamaran - Extreme Sailig Series - Act 3 - Barcelona ESP - Day 1 In Barcelona, the 3rd Act of the Extreme Sailing Series kicked off yesterday with winds over 20knots. Roman Hagara AUT with his 'Red Bull Sailing Team' managed the tough conditions best and is the first leader. 3 points behind follows 'SAP Extreme Sailing' with Adam Minoprio NZL in 2nd place. Further 2 points behind in 3 rd are Alinghi with Arnaud Psarofaghis SUI and 'Oman Air' with Phil Robertson NZL on equal points. 'Alinghi' missed two races of the six races due to a damage on the boat, but was able to position himself well in the overall standings with two race wins. The leaderboard and the daily report.
Friday, June 15, 2018   

Match Race - World Ranking List - 12 june 2018

 Match Race - World Ranking List - 12 june 2018 There were no changes at the top of the Match Race World Ranking list: Phil Robertson AUS continues to lead Taylor Canfield ISV and Harry Price AUS. The biggest advance in the ranking this month was managed by Eric Monnin SUI who moved up to fourth place thanks to his victory in Match Race Germany. The Leaderboard.
Anna Kjellberg SWE continues to lead the women. The Women's Ranking.
International – Thursday, June 14, 2018
Thursday, June 14, 2018   

J/70 - European Championship 2018 - Vigo ESP - Day 2

 J/70 - European Championship 2018 - Vigo ESP - Day 2 Yesterday there was even more wind than on the starting day on the Spanish Atlantic coast. 20-25kn made for spectacular 3 races. Again, the defending champion Peter Duncan USA and his team showed his superiority with 2 race wins. Their lead in the overall standings, however, is only 2 points, as Alberto Rossi ITA with the ranks 1/3/6 kept the pressure on. Paolo Tomsic ITA from Lake Garda, who is also used to stronger winds moved up to 3 rd. The ranking, the Daily Report and the Video of the day.
Thursday, June 14, 2018   

IRC - Giraglia Race - St.Tropez FRA-Genoa ITA - Day 1

 IRC - Giraglia Race - St.Tropez FRA-Genoa ITA - Day 1 The Giraglia Race – a Mediterranean classic - started in St.Tropez yesterday. A warm up race took place on Tuesday already, which consisted of a long-distance race from San Remo to St. Tropez and a few short races in the bay of St.Tropez - here all Rankings.
After about 20 hours of racing in the 241-mile Giraglia race, the leading boats have already rounded the Giraglia rocks in northern Corsica and are on their way to the finishing line in Genoa. Early this morning they were just 66 miles to sail and the winner is expected to arrive around noon today. Joint leaders are the Maxi 72 'Caol Ila' by Alex Schaerer GBR and the Wally 100 'Magic Carpet' by Lindsay Owens-Jones GBR. Just 0.1 miles behind the leaders is the second Wally 100 'Tango' with Ole Hansen MON. In the IRC-A classification, Jean-Jacques Chaubard leads SUI with his TP52. Franco Niggeler SUI on his Cookson 50 is currently in 4th place. The Race Tracker and the event website.
International – Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Wednesday, June 13, 2018   

J/70 - European Championship 2018 - Vigo ESP - Day 1

 J/70 - European Championship 2018 - Vigo ESP - Day 1 Good conditions with 15-18kn wind and nice waves prevailed on the first day of the J / 70-European Championships on the Spanish Atlantic coast. 3 races have been completed. With the daily ranks 4/4/2, defending champion Peter Duncan USA and his team are leading. 5 points behind is Alberto Rossi ITA followed by Krzysztov Krempec POL another 2 points back on 3. The ranking, the Daily Report and the video.
International – Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Tuesday, June 12, 2018   

J/70 - European Championship 2018 - Vigo ESP - Start today

 J/70 - European Championship 2018 - Vigo ESP - Start today Yesterday the European Championship of the J / 70 started on the Spanish Atlantic coast with the practice Race. 35 of the 72 teams finished it. On his home waters Jose-Luis Freire ESP took the win. All the participating Swiss boats choose not to finish the race. The ranking. Today at 11am the start of the first race will take place, which will be broadcast live via
live GPS-Tracking. The Event website.
Tuesday, June 12, 2018   

OK-Dinghy - Nordic Championship 2018 - Veijle SWE

 OK-Dinghy - Nordic Championship 2018 - Veijle SWE Back to the roots last weekend was the name of the game for the three-time Swedish Olympic medal winner Freddy Lööf SWE. After more than 20 years in the Olympic Sailing, the Volvo Ocean Race and the America's Cup, Freddy Lööf returned to the OK dinghy, which is still very popular in the Scandinavian countries. With 4 victories in 5 races, he left the entire elite of the class behind. Bo Petersen DEN and Greg Wilcox NZL took the other podium places in the fleet of 45 participants from 5 nations. The
Leaderboard.
International – Monday, June 11, 2018
Monday, June 11, 2018   

Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Finals - Marseille FRA - Final results

The Marseille World Cup Final.came to a close yesterday with the Medal Races of the 470s, the Finns and the two Laser fleets. Light and shifty winds hindered the process. The Medal Race of 470 women could not be sailed. Hannah Mills / Eilidh McIntyre GBR won ahead of Mas-Depares / Cantero ESP and Berta / Caruso ITA. In the 470s With a 2nd place in the Medal Race Matthew Belcher / Will Ryan AUS won the series comfortably. Xammar / Rodriguez ESP and Okada / Hokazono JPN occupy the places of honor. With a bit of luck after a messed up start, Jorge Zarif BRA won the Medal Race in the Finns[/url ] and thus also the overall ranking. Josh Junior NZL and Andy Maloney NZL follow in second and third place.
We already reported he final results of the Nacra-17 and the RS: X-Windsurfer yesterday. All [URL=site-isaf.soticcloud.net/worldcup/results/index.php?view=schedule&rgtaid=20812&regattaid=20812#results__20812]Leaderboards
and final report.
Monday, June 11, 2018   

Laser - Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Finals - Marseille FRA - Final results

 Laser - Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Finals - Marseille FRA - Final results The World Cup final in Marseille ended yesterday with the Medal Races held in light and shifty winds. Whilst there was no change on the podium in the Laser Radial - Emma Plasschaert BEL won by a clear margin on Maria Erdi HUN and Tuula Tenkanen FIN, there was a close and decisive final race in the Laser Standard Only the GPS analysis of the finish line proved that Philipp Buhl GER finished his race a few centimeters ahead of Hermann Tomasgaard NOR and thus also won the overall standings with one point ahead. Bronze goes to Elliot Hanson GBR.
All Leaderboards and final report.
International – Sunday, June 10, 2018
Sunday, June 10, 2018   (Image © Richard Langdon)

Laser - Olympic Worldcup - Finals - Marseille FRA - Day 5

 Laser - Olympic Worldcup - Finals - Marseille FRA - Day 5 In a moderate seabreeze the two Laser fleets yesterday finished their qualifications for todays medal races. Change on top of the Laser Standard after former leader Nick Thompson GBR booked a second double digit result. Hermann Tomasgaard NOR is now leading just one point ahead of Philipp Buhl GER, Thompson is another 2 points back on 3. In the hunt for gold also Elliot Hanson GBR on 4th just 8 points back.
In the Laser Radial Emma Plasschaert BEL is on the way to victory. Her 16 points of advance on Maria Erdi HUN should be sufficiont to stay ahead today. The Hungarian herself will grab the silver medal, she is 17 points ahead of Tuula Tenkanen FIN. Maud Jayet SUI - yesterday daily first by posting a 1st and a 3rd. Moved up to 4th just one point behind Tenkanen. Just one point more behind on 5th Veronika Andrulyte LTU. All rankings, the daily report and the videos.
Sunday, June 10, 2018   

Melges 24 - World Championship 2018 - Victoria BC, CAN - Final results

 Melges 24 - World Championship 2018 - Victoria BC, CAN - Final results By posting a 2nd and a 6th on the final day of racing at the Melges 24 worlds Andrea Rachelli ITA and his team succeded to pass Bruce Ayres USA and grab the title. Alan Field USA follows on 2nd with equal points with Bruce Ayres USA. The final results and the event Facebook site.
International – Saturday, June 9, 2018
Saturday, June 9, 2018   

Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Finals - Marseille FRA - Day 4

Yesterday, the sunshine and the seabreeze (12-15kn) were back and 3-4 races could be sailed. For the Nacra-17-Cats and the windsurfers the qualification for today's Medal Races is complete. The other classes will finish their qualifying today. With 4 race wins, Ruggero Tita / Catarina Banti ITA had an outstanding day in the Nacra 17. They are going to the medal race with a 13 points lead on John Gimson / Anna Burnett GBR, Vittorio Bisarro / Maelle Frascari ITA are a further 2 points behind. Riley Gibbs / Louisa Chafee USA and Ben Saxton / Nicola Boniface GBR managed also to qualify for the medal race. The Windsurf Men fleet is dominated by the French: Pierre Le Coq FRA goes along 11 points ahead of Thomas Goyard FRA into the medal race, Louis Giard FRA follows another 5 points behind. More interesting will be the decision among the Windsurfer Women: Lilian De Geus NED is just 2 Points ahead of Katy Spychakow ISR. Another 4 points behind is Emma Wilson GBR who still has chances to win. Two race wins yesterday for the leaders Matthew Belcher / Will Ryan AUS in the 470s Men Malte Winkel / Matti Cipra GER are in second 9 points behind, Okada / Hokazono JPN are in 3rd place. In the 470s Women Hannah Mills / Eilidh McIntyre GBR extended their lead to 4 points. Mas-Depares / Cantero ESP and Kondo / Yoshioka JPN follow on ranks 2 and 3. The joint leaders in the Finns are Jorge Zarif BRA and Andy Maloney NZL tied at the top, Alican Kaynar TUR in third, 3 points behind.
All Leaderboards and daily report.
Saturday, June 9, 2018   

Laser - Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Finals - Marseille FRA - Day 4

 Laser - Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Finals - Marseille FRA - Day 4 After the rainy lay day on Thursday, the Mediterranean showed off its best conditions yesterday: Sun and around 15kn Seabreeze provided perfect conditions. Both Laser fleets could sail 3 races. With a daily 1 st and a 2 nd, Emma Plaeschart BEL continues to dominate among Laser Radials , she is now 9 points ahead of Maria Erdi HUN. Victoria Andrulyte LTU is third and Marie Barrué FRA follows in fourth.
In the Laser Standard Nick Thompson GBR remains in top spot, in second is Hermann Tomasgaard NOR who, as the best of the day, moved up to second 4 points behind the Englishman. Another 2 points behind is Philipp Buhl GER in 3 rd. Today there are 3 further qualifying races on the schedule. The medal races will be sailed tomorrow Sunday.
All Leaderboards, the Daily report and the video of the day.
Saturday, June 9, 2018   

Melges 24 - World Championship 2018 - Victoria BC, CAN - Day 4

 Melges 24 - World Championship 2018 - Victoria BC, CAN - Day 4 Another change at the top of the ranking after the two races yesterday: Before today's final races Bruce Ayres USA and his team lead now 2 points ahead of Andrea Rachelli ITA. Alan Field USA and Michael Goldfarb USA are also in with a shout for the title. The Leaderboard, the event Facebook page and the daily report.
International – Friday, June 8, 2018
Friday, June 8, 2018   

80th edition Bol d'Or Geneva - Start tomorrow

 80th edition Bol d'Or Geneva - Start tomorrow Tomorrow the 80th edition of the Bold d'or will be held on Lake Geneva. More than 500 teams will take part in this 66 mile race around the lake. Both on land and on the water there will be lots of entertainment on offer. Among others, the currently running Jazz Festival Montreux will provide for the musical entertainment on the spectator vessel. In Geneva there is a large event photo exhibition along the quays of the lake promenade.
On the water, the competition is as fierce as ever; again many of the newly constructed Foilers are at the start. However, the wind forecasts are light, it will remain to be seen whether the Foilers will be able to fly. In the big catamarans, freshly crowned GC32 world champion Sébastien Schneiter SUI will be meeting the Lake Geneva D35 catamarans. In these conditions the lightweight catamaran Ventilo M1 'Safran' will also be in with a shout for the victory as are the local M2 catamarans. Among the single-hullers it will remain to be seen whether the foiling quants or 'Gonet' by Eric Monnin YCI will encounter enough wind to foil. The
Entry list and the official preview.
Friday, June 8, 2018   

Melges 24 - World Championship 2018 - Victoria BC, CAN - Day 3

 Melges 24 - World Championship 2018 - Victoria BC, CAN - Day 3 After two initial light wind days a stronger breeze set in yesterday which enabled the committee to run three races. With two race wins Andrea Rachelli ITA and his team moved up to take the lead 6 points ahead of Alan Field USA, Bruce Ayres USA is third on rank 3. The Results and the Event Facebook Page. On the class website, there might well be an update on the events and results during the day.
International – Thursday, June 7, 2018
Thursday, June 7, 2018   

Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Finals - Marseille FRA - Day 2

Similar conditions again at the World Cup finals in Marseille with sunshine and a moderate Seabreeze. With a daily 2nd and 4th Balazs and Zsombor and Gyapjas HUN moved up into the overall lead 470 Men one point ahead of Xammar / Rodriguez ESP. Hannah Mills / Eilidh McIntyre GBR defended their top spot among the 470 women. As daily best, the second placed Mas-Depares / Cantero ESP moved up to just one point behind them. There are two new joint leaders in the Finns with Jorge Zarif BRA and Josh Junior NZL. Jonathan Lobert FRA has moved up to third place. In the Nacra 17 Ruggero Tita / Caterina Banti ITA moved up to the top on equal points as John Gimson / Anna Burnett GBR. In the windsurfing men Pierre Le Coq FRA leads now with two race wins , in the Windsurfing women Lilian De Geus NED leads 6 points ahead of Stefania Elfutina RUS.
All Leaderboards and the report.
Thursday, June 7, 2018   

Laser - Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Finals - Marseille FRA - Day 2

 Laser - Olympic Worldcup 2018 - Finals - Marseille FRA - Day 2 In perfect conditions with sun and 10-12kn Seabreeze, two further races were sailed yesterday at the World Cup final. The Nick Thompson GBR, who had an OCS on the first day of the series, turned it around yesterday with a daily 1st and a 2nd. He took the lead, two points ahead of Lorenzo Chiavarini GBR, followed by Stefan Peschiera PER in third place. Thanks to race victory Philipp Buhl GER improved to 5th overall. In the Laser Radial Maria Erdi HUN with the ranks 1 and 2 performer of the day. She closed the gap to the leading Emma Plaeschart BEL to one point. Allison Young GBR is now 3rd overall.
All Leaderboards and the daily report.
Thursday, June 7, 2018   

Melges 24 - World Championship 2018 - Victoria BC, CAN - Day 2

 Melges 24 - World Championship 2018 - Victoria BC, CAN - Day 2 Light winds prevailed on the second day of the Melges 24-WM Which was just enough to complete one race. The daily first went to Andrea Rachelli ITA who advanced to second place overall, just one point behind new leader Brian Porter USA. On rank 3, another point back, follows Alan Field USA.
The Leaderboard and the event Facebook page with reports, pictures and videos.
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