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News – Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Tuesday, June 27, 2017   

AC-50 - 35th America's Cup - Hamilton BER - Final results - Victory for Team New Zealand

 AC-50 - 35th America's Cup - Hamilton BER - Final results - Victory for Team New Zealand A superior 'Team New Zealand' did not leave any chance to the Cup Defender 'Oracle Team' yesterday and made everything clear in the first race of the day winning the necessary 7th point. The official news and the comment of Paul Cayard USA.
The next America's Cup will be in Auckland, probably in 2021, and the Challenger of Record has already been accepted: Luna Rossa ITA will be back in the America's Cup and represent the interests of the Challengers when the Rules will be drafted by the new Defender 'Team NZL'. The news.
The CEO of 'Team NZL' Grant Dalton has promised news about the future Cup Challenge within two weeks. Monohull or multihull has been the most asked question. One interesting remark from Dalton: "Pumping oil around a boat isn't necessarily yachting in one sense!" An article in NZHerald (read Dalton summary below the 10min video clip).
Tuesday, June 27, 2017   

2.4m, Hansa 303 - Paralympic World Championship 2017 - Kiel GER - Final results

 2.4m, Hansa 303 - Paralympic World Championship 2017 - Kiel GER - Final results The Paralympic Classes World Championship was concluded in Kiel on Sunday. Three more races were held in a 15-18 kn wind.
The situation in the 2.4m before the last race was more than exciting: The frist three boats were separated by 2 points only. Heiko Kröger GER controlled the nerves on his home waters grasping his second World Champions' title. Matt Bugg AUS and Damien Séguin FRA followed on the ranks 2 and 3.
Violeta del Reino ESP won the title in the Hansa 303 women, and Piotr Cichocki POL is World Champion in the Hansa 303 men.
The news and all ranking lists.
Tuesday, June 27, 2017   

A new Executive Committee leading Swiss Sailing

 A new Executive Committee leading Swiss Sailing At the Extraordinary General Assembly of the Swiss Sailing Federation 'Swiss Sailing' last Saturday, Martin Vogler SCStä was elected new President. With him, the Executive Committee was elected consisting of Marc Knöpfel and Olivier Baudet CNM as Vice-Presidents, as well as Alberto Casco SCC, Bruno Rossini, Christoph Caviezel and Rolf Zwicky YCK as members. The Assembly deliberated as well on the revised Constitution and decided on the new version except the voting system that will be on the Agenda of the Ordinary General Assembly in fall.
The main objectives of the new ExecCom are the definition of the Federation's new strategy, assure a solid financial base and bring transparency and an open communication. The first results will be presented at the forthcoming General Assembly on November 11, 2017.
The Communiqué.
 
News – Monday, June 26, 2017
Monday, June 26, 2017   

AC-50 - 35th America's Cup - Hamilton BER - Day 4 - Decision today ?

 AC-50 - 35th America's Cup - Hamilton BER - Day 4 - Decision today ? Light winds prevailed again yesterday on the Great Sound of Bermuda and the Defender 'Team Oracle' with Jimmy Spithill AUS was without any chances against the convincing 'Team New Zealand', not due to lack of speed, but above all because Spithill and his team made too many errors. Match point today as with a 6-1 score, ....just one more victory of Peter Burling NZL and his team will bring the Cup 'home' to New Zealand. This could happen this evening UTC.
The news and the comment of Paul Cayard USA.
Monday, June 26, 2017   

Olympic Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Final results

 Olympic Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Final results The Kiel Week 2017 was concluded yesterday with the Medal Races sailed in quite a fresh breeze.
The dominating Olympic medalists Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS finished the Medal Race in the 470 men as first and left the 2nd-ranked Pawel Sozykin/Denis Gribanov RUS 20 points behind in the overall results. With a second rank in the 470 women Medal Race, Frederike Loewe/Anna Markfort GER replaced Agnieszka Skrzypulec/Irmina Mrozek POL on rank 1.
David Gilmour/Joel Turner AUS were the premature winner in the 49ers before the last race. Silver and Bronze went to Przybytek/Kolodzinski POL and Will Philipps/Sam Philipps AUS. In the 49erFX, the leading Charlotte Dobson/Saskia Tidey GBR won the Medal Race as well and were the undisputed overall winners of the Week. Alexandra Moloney/Molly Meech NZL remained on the 2nd place.
In the Finns, Anders Petersen NOR, winning the Medal Race, almost was the surprise of the day, as he was only 2 points short of replacing Deniss Karpak EST on top of the overall rankings. Winning the Medal Race, Thomas Zajac/Barbara Matz AUT made everything clear in the Nacra 17. Jan-Hauke Erichsen/Annn-Kristin Wedemeier GER remained on the 2nd rank with a 10 points' backlog.
The Laser results follow in the news text below.
All ranking lists and the final report.
Monday, June 26, 2017   

Laser - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Final results - Gold for Italy in both fleets

 Laser - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Final results - Gold for Italy in both fleets Silvia Zennaro ITA was the premature winner in the Lasers Radial before the Medal Race, sailed in a fresh breeze. In the fight for Silver and Bronze, the Medal Race winner Ecem Güzel TUR moved up on the 2nd place ahead of Nazli Donertas TUR on 3rd.
A 4th place in the Laser Standard Medal Race was good enough for Francesco Marrai ITA to replace the leading Karl-Martin Rammö EST on rank 1. Jack Wetherell GBR, winner of the Medal Race, advanced on the 3rd place.
All ranking lists and the news.
Monday, June 26, 2017   

420 - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Final results - the Swiss

 420 - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Final results - the Swiss The last Swiss racing yesterday were the 420 teams, sailing three Final races in the Gold- and Silverfleets in a fresh breeze. With solid results, the best moved up some ranks on the last day of the event. Nick Zeltner/Till Seger SUI finished the Week on rank 11, Morgan Lauber/Léo Tétaz SUI on rank 13 and Solène Mariani/Maud Schmid SUI on rank 34 and 7th in the Girls' rankings. 129 teams from 18 nations participated.
The ranking list.
Monday, June 26, 2017   (Image © Studio Taccola)

J/70 - Eurocup Act 3 - Riva del Garda ITA - Final results

 J/70 - Eurocup Act 3 - Riva del Garda ITA - Final results The 3rd Round of the J/70-European Sailing Series ended yesterday with a last race sailed in the morning northerly wind. The Italian teams dominated the competition and the European Champion Claudia Rossi ITA finished first after 7 races with a 15 points' advantage on Carlo Alberini ITA. 73 teams from 17 nations.
The ranking list and the final report (in Italian).
Monday, June 26, 2017   

J/70 - Swiss Sailing Challenge League, Act 3 - CV Estavayer - Final results

 J/70 - Swiss Sailing Challenge League, Act 3 - CV Estavayer - Final results Sun and a 2-3 bft Westwind did set the stage for a perfect sailing day during Round 3 of the Swiss Sailing Challenge League competition on Lake Neuchâtel. The SC Enge with Christian Sprecher, winner of the last race, remained on top overall ahead of the SC Murten with Martin Essig and the CN Versoix with Mathieu Cadei.
The ranking list and the news.
Monday, June 26, 2017   (Image © Martinez Studios)

TP52 - Super Series 2017 - Porto Cervo ITA - Day 3

 TP52 - Super Series 2017 - Porto Cervo ITA - Day 3 'Ran Racing' of Niklas and Catherine Zennström SWE won Round 3 of the TP52 Super Series off Porto Cervo ITA after a dramatic final downwind in the last race, sailed in a 20-25 kn breeze. 'Quantum Racing' of Doug Devos US and 'Provezza' of Ergin Imre TUR lost their first overall places within minutes of each other with gear failures.
The news with results.
Monday, June 26, 2017   

Flying Phantom, Catamaran - Multihull Open - SN Genève - Final results

 Flying Phantom, Catamaran - Multihull Open - SN Genève - Final results No wind yesterday at the Lake Geneva Multihull Open and the results after the five races of Saturday became final
In the Flying Phantoms, Bruno Barbarin/Cédric Schmidt CNV/SNG were the winners ahead of Kristoffer Jonsson/Janik Roempp SNG/SCS and Robon Maeder/Denis Girardet CNB/CNV.
In the C1-catamarans, Andreas and Andrea Lutz SCRo finished first in front of Steve Tinguely/Jean-François Fischer VLM and Guillaume Rol/Malo Surdez SNG on the ranks 2 and 3.
The best Categorie CJ team were Emma Jonsson/Basile Wohlers YCG.
The event website.
Monday, June 26, 2017   

Laser - Les Royales d'Arnon - YC Les Diablerets

 Laser - Les Royales d'Arnon - YC Les Diablerets 16 Laser sailors from the French-speaking part of Switzerland tested a new (Alpine) venue: Lac d'Arnon at 1542 m / 5060 feet in the Les Diablerets ski area. After 8 races, sailed in a well-established thermal breeze, the best four sailed the Final with Gautier Verhulst CNP as winner ahead of Kilian Wagen CNP, Manon Kivell-Luther CNM and Maud Jayet CNP.
 
News – Sunday, June 25, 2017
Sunday, June 25, 2017   (Image © Sander Van der Borch)

AC-50 - 35th America's Cup - Hamilton BER - Day 3

 AC-50 - 35th America's Cup - Hamilton BER - Day 3 After a 5 days' pause, the America's Cup Challenge resumed yesterday with two races. The question, whether 'Oracle' with Jimmy Spithill AUS succeeded to compensate for the speed handicap in the prevailing light air was answered quickly: .... they did with new foils. Only some tactical and handling errors prevented them from winning race 1 and 'Team NZL' put the score one up to 4-0. In the second race, 'Oracle' controlled 'Team NZL' and grasped their first point with a 9 sec advantage to a 4-1 results. This means, that racing will continue at least until Monday to realize 7 victories.
The daily news and the informative comment of Paul Cayard USA.
Sunday, June 25, 2017   

Olympic Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 4

 Olympic Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 4 Rain and fresh winds prevailed yesterday during the final races of the Qualification Series for today's Medal Races.
Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS have an 18 points' lead in the 470 men and will hardly loose victory. To be noted, that the second-ranked Sozykin/Gribanov RUS and Diesch/Autenrieth GER have to defend the podium places against several challengers closely behind. Fully open however is the outcome in the 470 women: Skrzypulec/Mrozek POL is only 4 points ahead of Loewe/Markfort GER before the double-points-no-discard Medal Race. Smith/Ryan AUS on the 3rd place are already 12 points back.
Premature winners in the 49ers are David Gilmour/Joel Turner AUS with a 20 points' lead on Przybytek/Kolodzinski POL. In the 49ersFX lead Charlotte Dobson/Saskia Tidey GBR ahead of Alexandra Maloney/Molly Meech NZL.
Winning race, Max Salminen SWE replaced the tied Deniss Karpak EST on top of the Finns. 10 points is the backlog of Anders Pedersen NOR on rank 3.
In the Nacras, Thomas Zajac/Barbara Matz AUT extended their lead on Jan-Haucke Erichsen/Ann-Kristin Wedemeier on 6 points.
The Laser results and comments follow in the news text below.
All ranking lists and the news.
Sunday, June 25, 2017   

Laser - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 4

 Laser - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 4 Three Final Races concluded yesterday the qualifications for the Medal Race in rain and fresh winds.
With a 15 points advantage, Silvia Zennaro ITA is on a safe way to victory in the Lasers Radial. Nazli Donertas TUR is on rank 2 with a 5 points' lead on the 3rd-ranked Vasileia Karachaliou GRE.
The situation in the Lasers Standard is more open. Karl Martin Rammö EST leads 4 points ahead of Philipp Buhl GER. Herrmann Thomasgaard NOR and Francesco Marrai ITA follow only 7 points behind rank 1.
All ranking lists and the daily news.
Sunday, June 25, 2017   

International Classes - Kiel Week, Part 2 - Kiel GER - Day 4

 International Classes - Kiel Week, Part 2 - Kiel GER - Day 4 Yesterday, the 420s, Melges 24s, J/70s and J/80s continued their competition as well.
Daniel Göttlich/Linus Klasen GER dominated their group in the 420s with the ranks 2/1/1, but Anathassopoulos/Tassios GRE did even win all 3 heats of their group and reduced the gap on one point only.
All ranking lists and the daily news.
Sunday, June 25, 2017   

2.4m, Hansa 303 - Paralympic World Championship 2017 - Kiel GER - Day 4

 2.4m, Hansa 303 - Paralympic World Championship 2017 - Kiel GER - Day 4 The World Championship of the Paralympic Classes continued yesterday in rain and a good breeze.
In the 2.4m, Heiko Kröger GER moved on top thanks to 2 race wins. Only one point behind follows Matthew Bugg AUS on 2nd, Damien Séguin FRA on rank 3 has another point's backlog.
In the Hansa 303 women, Violeta del Reino Diez de Valle is first, in the Hansa 303 men, Piotr Chichocki POL replaced Christopher Symonds AUS on top.
All ranking lists and the daily news.
Sunday, June 25, 2017   

J/70 - Swiss Sailing Challenge League, Act 3 - CV Estavayer - Day 1

 J/70 - Swiss Sailing Challenge League, Act 3 - CV Estavayer - Day 1 Round 3 of the Swiss Challenge League, the promotion to the Super League competition, began yesterday on Lake Nechâtel in light winds. All 12 teams completed 3 races each.
Finishing three times on top, the SC Enge with Christian Sprecher as skipper has taken the interim's lead 4 points ahead of the SC Männedorf with Peter Stöckli and the YC Kreuzlingen with Stefan Lion sharing rank 2 at equal points. A slow starter was the team of the CN Versoix with Mathieu Cadei, leader of the Annual Rankings, but with a victory in the last race, they could somewhat reduce the deficit on the top group with the 5th place at the end of day 1.
The results and the daily news.
Sunday, June 25, 2017   

5.5m - Swiss Championship 2017 - CN Pully - Final results

 5.5m - Swiss Championship 2017 - CN Pully - Final results Yesterday, the last race of the 5.5 m Swiss Championship according to the NoR was sailed on Lake Geneva to conclude the competition prematurely inspite of the light winds. Finishing on rank 2, Bernard Haissly SNG replaced Daniel Schenker TYC leading from the beginning on rank 1. The multiple Champion Jürg Menzi TYC grasped the Bronze Medal. 13 teams from Switzerland and the Netherlands participated.
The final ranking list.
Sunday, June 25, 2017   

Flying Phantom, Catamaran - Open des Multicoques - SN Genève - Day 1

 Flying Phantom, Catamaran - Open des Multicoques - SN Genève - Day 1 Five races were completed on the first day of the 'Open des Multicoques de Genève' yesterday.
In the Flying Phantoms, Bruno Barbarin/Cédric Schmidt CNV/SNG won all 5 heats and clearly lead overall ahead of Kristoffer Jonsson/Janik Roempp SNG/SCS and Robon Maeder/Denis Girardet CNB/CNV.
In the C1-catamarans, Andreas and Andrea Lutz SCRg are frist ahead of Steve Tinguely/Jean-François Fischer VLM and Guillaume Rol/Malo Surdez SNG.
In the category CJ, Emma Jonsson/Basile Wohlers YCG are on top.
The event website.
 
News – Saturday, June 24, 2017
Saturday, June 24, 2017   (Image © Ricardo Pinto)

AC-50 - 35th America's Cup - Hamilton BER - Day 3

 AC-50 - 35th America's Cup - Hamilton BER - Day 3 This evening at 6h UTC, the duel between 'Team New Zealand' with Peter Burling NZL and 'Oracle' with Jimmy Spithill AUS will continue. Four days are left to grasp the Cup with 7 wins. How far will the New Zealanders be at the end of the day .... and go with a matchpoint in tomorrows' races ? Was 'Oracle' in the past five days in a position to make their AC50 faster in the light winds that have been forecast for today ?
The preview.
Saturday, June 24, 2017   

Olympic Classes - Kieler Woche - Kiel GER - Day 3

A fresh westerly breeze of up to 25 kn filled in on Kiel Bay yesterday after two light-wind days. In most classes, the exerienced teams took the command. aMatthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS won all three races of the day in the 470 men and moved on top Pawel Sozykin/Denis Gribanov RUS and Malte Winkel/Matti Cipra GER. Three bullets earned also Anna Skrzypulec/Irmina Mrozek POL replacing Frederike Loewe/Anna Markfort GER on top of the 470 women.
In the 49ers, the domintors of the day were Will Philipps/Sam Philipps AUS winning 3 of the 4 heats and moving up on rank 4 overall. New on the first place are David Gilmour/Joel Turner AUS. Przybytek/Kolodzinski POL follow with 10 points backlog on the 2nd place. Alexandra Maloney/Molly Meech NZL won 2 of the 4 races in the 49ersFX and climbed on rank 1. Dobson/Tidey GBR and Lutz/Beuke GER follow on the ranks 2 and 3.
Man of the day in the Finns was Max Salminen SWE with the day ranks 2/1/1, advancing on rank 2 only 2 points behind Deniss Karpak EST.
No changes occurred in the Nacra 17, where Thomas Zajac/Barbara Matz AUT defended the first place 2 points in front of Jan-Hauke Erichsen/Ann-Kristin Wedemeyer GER.
All ranking lists and the daily news .
Saturday, June 24, 2017   

Laser - Kieler Woche - Kiel GER - Day 3

 Laser - Kieler Woche - Kiel GER - Day 3 The last qualification races before the split in Gold- and Silverfleets were sailed for the first time in a fresh up to 25 kn breeze causing major changes in the overall rankings.
With the day ranks 2/1/1, Silvia Zennaro ITA has taken the lead in the Lasers Radial 7 points ahead of Ecem Gusel TUR on rank 2. Brenda Bowskill CAN jumped on rank 4.
In the Lasers Standard, Enrique Arathoon ESA (El Salvador) has taken the lead ahead of Philipp Buhl GER, winner of all 3 heats in his group, reducing the deficit on the leader to one point only. Another points back is Karl-Martin Rammö EST on 3rd.
All ranking lists and the daily news .
Saturday, June 24, 2017   

International Classes - Kiel Week, Part 2 - Kiel GER - Day 3

Also in Part 2 of the Kiel Week, dedicated mainly to the Olympic Classes, there are International Classes racing.
With 121 teams from 14 nations, the 420s have once more an impressive fleet on the starting line. Daniel Göttlich/Linus Klasen GER won all four races in their group. Eduard Ferrer/Carlos de Maqua ESP follow with 3 race wins on rank 2. Telis Athanasopoulos/Dimitrios Tassios GRE are 3rd.
In the J/70s, Gordon Nickel GER is first after 3 races.
The Melges 24 sail another Round of their European Sailing Series, and Stephan Gründler GER and his team are on rank 1 after 3 races.
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Saturday, June 24, 2017   

Bénéteau Figaro - La Solitaire - Concarneau FRA - Leg 4 - Final Results

 Bénéteau Figaro - La Solitaire - Concarneau FRA - Leg 4 - Final Results The Solitaire 2017 was concluded yesterday in Dieppe FRA in a fresh reaching breeze after four days in difficult light winds on the English Channel. Charlie Dalin FRA was the winner of the 4th and last leg. Nicolas Lunven FRA grasped his second Solitaire victory ahead of Adrien Hardy FRA and Charlie Dalin FRA. Justine Mettraux SUI on 'Teamwork' (Magenta Project) finished her second Solitaire as best woman on the excellent 7th place overall.
The rankings, the news and the videos.
Saturday, June 24, 2017   

www.sailing-news.ch - thee Central Platform of the Swiss Sailing Sport !

 www.sailing-news.ch - thee Central Platform of the Swiss Sailing Sport ! With over 100'000 unique Swiss visitors, sailing-news has been the most important central Internet platform for sailing in Switzerland. As the only medium, we inform and comment on all activities in the Swiss regatta scene and generate much traffic on the pages of Clubs and Classes.
For 13 years now, we do the most work-intensive job of Swiss Sailing (according to its constitution) without any support from the national federation.
Thanks to our advertising customers and selling our news (at a low fee), we have been able to publish our news for free without subscription fee for our readers. The crisis in the nautical industry has unfortunately reduced the number of advertisers on our pages. For this reason, our Support-Action continues. Our thanks go to all supporters. We need all financial contributions to keep on our service for the good of sailing alive, to mark the presence of our sport in the media and to give an open window to sailors, Clubs and Classes.
Saturday, June 24, 2017   

2.4m, Hansa 303 - Paralympic World Championship 2017 - Kiel GER - Day 3

 2.4m, Hansa 303 - Paralympic World Championship 2017 - Kiel GER - Day 3 The Para Classes sailed two races each at their World Championships in Kiel.
Damien Séguin FRA defended his lead in the 2.4m. Antonio Squizzato ITA as best of the day (ranks 1 and 2) advanced on rank 2. Matthew Bugg AUS remains on rank 3.
In the Hansa 303 women, Violeta del Reino ESP is new on top at equal points with Magali Moraine FRA on rank 2.
Christopher Symonds AUS remains on top of the Hansa 303 men. Piotr Cichocki POL advanced on rank 2 thanks to a race win.
All ranking lists and the daily news .
Saturday, June 24, 2017   

 Act 3 of the J/70 European Sailing Series began on Lake Garda yesterday with two races. Carlo Alberini ITA and his team has taken the lead 2 points ahead of Claudia Rossi ITA. The best Swiss Stefan Seger SUI is on the 36th place among the 72 teams from 19 nations. The results and the news (in Italian).
 
News – Friday, June 23, 2017
Friday, June 23, 2017   

Olympic Classes - Keel Week - Kiel GER - Day 2

 Olympic Classes - Keel Week - Kiel GER - Day 2 Thunderstorms and calms impaired racing on the second day of the Olympic Classes Kiel Week yesterday. Some classes returned even without a valid result. Only the skiff classes sailing closer to the shore completed almost the normal program.
Porebski/Rippey NZL defended their lead in the 49ers, but Gilmour/Turner AUS joined the leaders points-wise. New on rank 3 are Heil/Plössel GER, while Scheidt/Borges BRA descended on the 6th place with medium day results. In the 49ersFX, Victoria Jurczok/Anika Lorenz GER are now 3 points ahead of Tina Lutz/Susan Beuke GER.
The 470s had no valid race. Bargehr/Mähr AUT and Belcher/Ryan AUS share the first place in the 470 men, and in the 470 women, Loew/Markfort GER are on top in front of Smith/Ryan AUS.
Max Salminen SWE won the only race in the Finns. Overall, Deniss Karpak EST and Nenad Bugarin CRO remain on rank 1 at equal points. In the Nacra 17, the duel between Thomas Zajac/Barbara Matz AUT and Jan-Hauke Erichsen/Ann-Kristin Wedemeyer GER, separated by 2 points only, went on.
Laser results in separate news text below.
All ranking lists and the daily news.
Friday, June 23, 2017   

Laser - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 2

 Laser - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 2 The thundery weather disturbed the program of the two Laser classes.
In the Lasers Standard, two of the three groups completed at least one race, the Radials could not sail at all. The ranking list of the Lasers Standard is therefore not very meaningful. Karl-Martin Rammö EST and Francesco Marrai ITA are jointly on top.
In the Radials, Vasileia Karachaliou GRE is on top having won the two races of the opening day. Svenja Weger GER and Erika Reineke USA follow at equal points on rank 2.
All ranking lists and the daily news.
Friday, June 23, 2017   

2.4m, Hansa 303 - Paralympic World Championship 2017 - Kiel GER - Day 2

 2.4m, Hansa 303 - Paralympic World Championship 2017 - Kiel GER - Day 2 The Para Classes were hampered by the lack of wind as well. Only the 2.4m completed one race won by Björnar Erikstad NOR. Damien Séguin FRA advanced on top of the overall classification with his 2nd race rank.
In the Hansa 303 women, Magali Moraines FRA is first, in the Hands 303 men, Christopher Symonds AUS is on top.
Friday, June 23, 2017   (Image © Alexis Courcoux)

Bénéteau Figaro - La Solitaire - Concarneau FRA - Leg 4 - Day 4

 Bénéteau Figaro - La Solitaire - Concarneau FRA - Leg 4 - Day 4 The fleet sailing under spi is now progressing rapidly direction Dieppe FRA in a fresh breeze after four light-wind days and will arrive around 7h UTC. The leading boats are still closely together with Charlie Dalin FRA on first 0,5 nm ahead of Sébastien Simon FRA and 0,7 nm in front of Alexis Loison FRA. With a 2,1 nm backlog, the best woman Justine Mettraux SUI (Magenta Project) was still on the 8th position.
The race tracker, the reports and the videos.
Friday, June 23, 2017   

5.5m - Swiss Championship 2017 - CN Pully - Day 1

 5.5m - Swiss Championship 2017 - CN Pully - Day 1 The 5.5 mJI Swiss Championship began yesterday on Lake Geneva in a hot summer weather. Very light winds prevailed during the whole day, but nevertheless, three races could be completed. Daniel Schenker TYC is the interim's leader with the day ranks 2/3/1 and a 2 points' advantage on Bernard Haissly SNG. Jürg Menzi TYC on rank 3 is already 6 points back.
The results and the short report with photos.
 
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