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News – Saturday, June 23, 2018
Saturday, June 23, 2018   

Olympic Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 3

 Olympic Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 3 In moderate conditions all scheduled races could be sailed yesterday at the Kieler Woche. Today the qualifiers for the Medal Races of tomorrow will be completed. In the 470s it is tight at the top: Dahlberg / Bergström SWE lead just one point ahead of Patience / Grube GBR (yesterday with 2 race wins) and 2 more points ahead of Belcher / Ryan AUS. In the 470s Women the first 5 are separated by just 3 points. Bohm / Goliass GER are still leading, Mas / Cantero ESP and Bozi / Klonaridou GRE follow on equal points in 2nd and 3rd. In the 49er Warrer / Precht DEN took the lead, one-point lead of Alonso / Alonso ESP. New at the top of the 49erFX are now Dewi Couvert / Jeske Kisters NED, followed Alexandra Maloney / Molly Meech NZL. New Leader in Finn is Andy Maloney NZL, Ed Wright GBR and Josh Junior NZL are just one point behind. In the Nacra there are new leaders as well with John Gimson / Anna Burnett GBR four points ahead , of Jason Waterhouse / Lisa Darmanin in 2nd place All Leaderboards and the daily report.
Saturday, June 23, 2018   

Laser - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 3

 Laser - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 3 The first two regattas of the final were held yesterday. In the Laser Standard . Elliot Hansen GBR is still leading, Philipp Buhl GER has advanced to second place, 4 points behind. Third is Olympic medalist Tonci Stipanovic CRO. In Laser Radial Women Maxime Jonker NED won all 3 races of her group and extended her lead to 4 points. Line-Flem Höst NOR has moved up to second, while Manami Doi JPN is third. All Leaderboards and the daily report.
Saturday, June 23, 2018   

Laser Radial - World Championship 2018 - Kiel GER - Day 3

 Laser Radial - World Championship 2018 - Kiel GER - Day 3 At the Men's Laser Radial World Championships, the finals in the Gold- and Silverfleet began yesterday. Zac Littlewood AUS extended his lead with two race wins to 3 points, followed by Caelin Wichcombe AUS on rank 2, Aleksander Arian POL is now third. Gauthier Verhulst SUI, sailing in the Gold Fleet, improved to 18 th. The Leaderboard and the Report.
Saturday, June 23, 2018   

VOR65 - Ocean Race 2017/18 - Leg 11 - Day 2

Ysterday the winds decreased in the Baltic Sea. This morning the fleet is on their additional lap on the south coast of Norway before heading towards Aarhus. The leading boats are still sailing very close together. 'Dongfeng' (Charles Caudrelier FRA) ist still leading but 'Mapfre' (Javi Fernandez ESP) is now just 0,5 miles back. After a bad start 'Brunel' (Bouwe Bekking NED) managed to cut the distance to l'Dongfeng' to 7 miles. The tension is on as there are still 450 miles to go till the finish. The race tracker, the reports and the Videos.
Saturday, June 23, 2018   

Laser - British Masters Championship - Hayling Island GBR - Day 1

 Laser - British Masters Championship - Hayling Island GBR - Day 1 In mint conditions the British Masters National Championship took off on Hayling Island yesterday. Both fleets sailed 3 races. In the Laser Standard Mark Lyttle GBR is leading after having won all 3 races. Currently 2nd overall is Thomas Müller GER. In the Laser Radial it was Ben Elvin GBR who finished 3 times on top of the fleet. All rankings and the short report.
 
News – Friday, June 22, 2018
Friday, June 22, 2018   

Olympic Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 2

 Olympic Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 2 Thunderstorms with strong winds disturbed the schedule of the races of the second day. After a break the races could only be started on late afternoon yesterday. In the 470s Dahlberg / Bergström SWE coped best with the difficult conditions and took the lead with 2 race wins , Belcher / Ryan AUS follow in 2nd, one point behind. New at the top of the 470s Women are Frederike Löwe / Anna Markfort GER, followed by Nadine Böhm / Ann-Christin Goliass GER who are 3 points behind. In the 49ers Diego Botin / Iago Lopez ESP moved to the lead in front of Mathieu Frei / Noël Delpech FRA. Chris Rast USA/SUI / Trevor Burd USA follow in rank 9. New at the top of the 49FX women are now Odile Van Aanholt / Marieke Jongens NED, followed by Tina Lutz / Susann Beucke GER who are just one point behind. There was only one race sailed in the Finns, thanks to the daily first yesterday Zsombor Beresz HUN moved up to second place. Ed Wright GBR is still in the lead in the overall ranking. Jason Waterhouse / Lisa Darmanin AUS are at the top of the Nacra ranking followed by John Gimson / Anna Burnett GBR 4 points behind. The prominent newcomers Nathan Outteridge/Haylee Outteridge AUS managed to finish 2nd and 3rd yesterday. After a collision on the starting day, they had to skip the first two races and are currently way back in the overall standings.
All Ranking lists and the daily report.
Friday, June 22, 2018   

Laser - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 2

 Laser - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 2 Yesterday changeable weather conditions with the passage of a thunderstorm front affected the course of the daily schedule in Kiel. The Laser Standards were able to sail two races. Unfortunately the Radial women remained with no countable races. New Leader in the Laser Standard is Elliot Hansen GBR (yesterday 1/2), Karl-Martin Rammö EST and Filip Jurisic CRO follow in 2nd and 3rd. Tonci Stipanovic CRO and Philipp Buhl GER are 4th and 5th.
In the Laser Radial Women Maxime Jonker NED won the two races on the first day.
All Leaderboards and the Daily Report.
Friday, June 22, 2018   

Olympic Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 2 - The Swiss

 Olympic Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 2 - The Swiss After an unfortunate start to the Kiel Week with numerous BFD’s the Swiss team was able to catch up a bit yesterday. In the 49er Sébastien SChneiter / Lucien Cujean SUI improved to 12th overall. Linda Fahrni / Maja Siegenthaler SUI are now 15th among the 470 Women . Eliot Merceron SUI remains 13th in Laser Standard. Nils Theuninck SUI fell back to 36th place overall after a BFD in the only race of the Finns. With two good races (18/10), Kilian Wagen / Grégoire Siegwart SUI moved up to 41st in the 470s .
Due to a BFD yesterday, Livia Naef / Nelia Puhze SUI fell back a bit in the 49erFX. No races yeaterday in the Laser Radial Women. Maud Jayet SUI is currently 41st. Andrea Nordquist SUI follows as 54th.
All Leaderboards and the daily report.
Friday, June 22, 2018   

Laser Radial Men - World Championship 2018 - Kiel GER - Day 2

 Laser Radial Men - World Championship 2018 - Kiel GER - Day 2 The qualification rounds of the Radial World Championships in Kiel continued yesterday with two further races. The only 17-year-old Zach Littlewood AUS - representing Australia this year at the Junior World Championships - took the lead with a daily 1 st and 2 nd in his group. Tied in 2 nd overall, one point behind are Josh Armit NZL, Aleksander Arian POL and Caelin Winchcombe AUS. Gauthier Verhulst SUI improved to 34 th out of the 92 participants. The Ranking and the daily report.
Friday, June 22, 2018   

VOR65 - Ocean Race 2017/18 - Leg 11 - Day 1

 VOR65 - Ocean Race 2017/18 - Leg 11 - Day 1 Yesterday afternoon, the start of the final leg of the Volvo Ocean Race took place in Gothenburg. With fresh winds, the fleet has already passed the first mark on the Norwegian coast and is now on its way to the next mark close to Aarhus before turning back to the North Sea to head to the finish The Hague. 'Dongfeng' with Charles Caudrelier FRA has taken the lead. 3.5 miles behind is 'Mapfre' with Javi Fernandez ESP. 'Brunel' with Bouwe Bekking NED is 12 miles behind in fourth place. The race tracker, the Daily Report and the Video of the start
Friday, June 22, 2018   

5.5m - Italian & Swiss Championship 2018 - Gravedona ITA - Day 1

 5.5m - Italian & Swiss Championship 2018 - Gravedona ITA - Day 1 In the best thermal wind conditions and sunshine, the joint 5.5m championships of Italy and Switzerland started yesterday on Lake Como. Jürg Menzi SUI is the first leader with the daily ranks 1 and 2, Gavin McKinney BAH and Hans-Peter Schmid SUI follow in 2 and 3 overall. The Leaderboard.
 
News – Thursday, June 21, 2018
Thursday, June 21, 2018   

VOR65 - Ocean Race 2017/18 - Gothenborg SWE - Leg 11 - Start today

 VOR65 - Ocean Race 2017/18 - Gothenborg SWE - Leg 11 - Start today Today at 14h CET (12h UMT) the 7 teams of the Volvo Ocean Race will attack the final leg of the race to Den Haag NED. The tension is on since 3 teams still are on the hunt of the overall victory: 'Mapfre' (Javi Fernandez ESP) and 'Brunel' (Bouwe Bekking NED) are on top of the ranking while 'Dongfeng' (Charles Caudrelier FRA) is just one point back - the ranking and the official preview.
Another intresting fight within the race will go on between team mates Peter Burling NZL and Blair Tuke NZL: They grabbed the 49er gold medal at the Rio Olympics and won the America's Cup together with 'Team New Zealand'. Now sailing on different boats - Burling NZL on 'Brunel', Tuke NZL on 'Mapfre' - they are fighting for the third big title within just two years ! The report.
As always the race can be followed by the race tracker.
Thursday, June 21, 2018   

Olympic Classes - Kieler Woche - Kiel GER - Day 1

 Olympic Classes - Kieler Woche - Kiel GER - Day 1 In moderate to strong winds (12-18kn) the Olympic Classes started their Kiel Week yesterday with a full programm of 2 to 3 races. First leaders in the 470er men are Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS with an almost perfect day (1/2). 2 points back Doi/Kimura JPN follow on 2nd. In the 470 women Nadine Böhm/Ann-Christin Goliass GER and 3 points behing Fabienne Oester/Anastasya Winkel GER are topping the rankings. After 3 races for the 49ers 4 teams are sharing the lead on equal points: Dunning/Gunn NZL, Fischer/Péquin FRA, Buksak/Wierzbicki POL and Frei/Delpech FRA. In the 49erFX Stephanie Roble/Maggie Shea USA took over the lead followed by Maloney/Meech NZL two points back. Ed Wright GBR is on top of the Finn ahead of Tapio Nirkko FIN. In the Nacra-17-catamaran Jason Waterhouse/Lisa Darmanin AUS won all 3 races, Gemma Joes/Jason Saunders NZL and Riley Gibbs/Louisa Chafee USA are 2nd on equal points. All rankings and the daily report.
Thursday, June 21, 2018   

Laser - Kieler Woche - Kiel GER - Day 1

 Laser - Kieler Woche - Kiel GER - Day 1 Good conditions with winds around 15kn on the first day of the Olympic part of the Kiel week allowed a full programm of two races for both Laser classes. In the Laser Standard Filip Jurisic CRO und Karl-Martin Rammo EST share the lead on equal points. Two points back Elliot Hanson GBR is on third.
In the Laser Radial Maxime Jonker NED won both races of her group, Anne-Marie Rindom DEN and Manami Doi JPN are completing the podium.
All rankings and the daily report.
Thursday, June 21, 2018   

Olympic Classes - Kiel Week Part II - Kiel GER - Day 1 - The Swiss

 Olympic Classes - Kiel Week Part II - Kiel GER - Day 1 - The Swiss Nervous starting day for the Swiss team: Only Eliot Merceron SUI who is 9th after two races in the Laser Standard and Sébastien Schneiter/Lucie Cujean SUI on 14th in the 49er managed to get a clear start in the series. Most others started their series with a premature start: Maud Jayet SUI (2/ocs) is in the midfield of the Laser Radial. Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI (12/ocs) are back on 21st in the 470 women while Kilian Wagen/Grégoire Siegwart SUI even had twu ocs in the 470 men. Lea Naef/Nelia Puhze SUI are 41st in the 49erFX and Nils Theuninck SUI 28st in the Finnn.
All rankings and the daily report.
 
News – Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Wednesday, June 20, 2018   

Various classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Part 1 - Final results

 Various classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Part 1 - Final results Yesterday, part one of the Kieler Woche for the international classes came to a close. With 31 points ahead, Matthias Berthet / Aleksander Franks NOR were clear winners of the 29er Eurocup. Much tighter was the final decision among the 505 : Quirk / Jess GER won, 2 points ahead of Köchlin / Achterberg GER. Christoph Homeier GER remained at the top of the Contenders, as did Lars-Johan Brodtkorb NOR at Europe class. Thanks to the victory in the last race, Lütke / Schäfers GER managed to win in the Flying Dutchman ahead of the tied Bojsen -Möller / Bojsen-Möller DEN. Stephan Fels / Ulf Hügel SUI again improved their ranking to 9. With an impressive 41 points lead Cesare Barambino ITA won the Laser 4.7 competition. Tytus Butowski POL won in the Laser Radial.
Due to an early start Gauthier Verhulst SUI dropped back to 9 th overall. From today onwards, the Laser Radial men will sail their World Cup. All other Leaderboards
Wednesday, June 20, 2018   

Olympic Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Part II - First races today

 Olympic Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Part II - First races today Since the loss of its World Cup status the Kiel Week has become kind of a beer festival with sailing boats. Not this time though thanks to joint World Championships of the Olympic classes in Aarhus DEN which starts in 3 weeks time. The entry lists are full of
international talent of the top level in the Olympic sailing. Here all Entry lists. Of course we will report daily again. The result service is the only thing that really works on the event website. The wind forecasts promise fresh winds between 15 and 25kn for the rest of the week.
Wednesday, June 20, 2018   

Olympic Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Part II - The Swiss

 Olympic Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Part II - The Swiss Thanks to the joint World Championships of the Olympic Classes in Aarhus DEN which starts in 3 weeks’ time, there is for the first time since a long time a truly top level international competition at the Kiel Week. All Swiss Olympic candidates except the windsurfer Mateo Sanz-Lanz have entered for this useful warm-up race. Here all Entry lists. Of course we will report daily again, although the result service is the only thing that works on their event website. The wind forecasts promise fresh winds between 15 and 25kn for the rest of the week.
 
News – Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Tuesday, June 19, 2018   

Various classes - Kieler Woche - Kiel GER - Day 3

 Various classes - Kieler Woche - Kiel GER - Day 3 Today, the first part of the Kiel Week will come to a close. Apparently there were good sailing conditions again for further races yesterday. In the 29er Eurocup the first 5 races of the final were sailed in the Gold- and Silverfleet. Mathis Berthet / Aleksander Franks NOR continue to lead. In the 5o5er Wolfgang Hunger / Julien Kleiner GER moved up to the lead. Christian Homeier GER increased his lead to 10 points in the Contender. In the FD[/ URL], class, König / Brack GER held on to rank 1, followed by Bojsen-Möller / Bojsen- Möller DEN on rank 2. Stephan Fels / Ulf Hügel SUI improved to rank 10. With 4 race wins in a row, Lars-Jacob Brodtkorb NOR built on his lead in the [URL=manage2sail.com/en-US/event/kiwo18#!/results?classId=eur]Europes .
In the Laser 4.7, Cesare Barabino ITA is now 20 points ahead. There is a quadruple Polish lead with Tytus Butowski POL in 1st place in the Laser Radial(open). Gauthier Verhulst SUI as the best of the 10 competing Swiss moved up to 5th place. Jan Kurfeld GER leads the fleet of theOK-dinghy. All Other leaderboards and the event website, without any further information on the day's events.
Tuesday, June 19, 2018   

Musto-Skiff, 470, Dart - RVB-Cup - RV Brunnen

 Musto-Skiff, 470, Dart - RVB-Cup - RV Brunnen There were good thermal wind conditions last weekend on the Lake of Uri. All three classes were able to sail 5 races each. The Musto-Skiff class was won by Nicolas Duchoud SCOW ahead of Roger Oswald SCE, the small fleet of the 470s was dominated Philipp Erni / Stephan Zurfluh SCC and in the Dart 18 Michiel Fehr / Raoul Rudin SKM were the winners. All Leaderboards.
Tuesday, June 19, 2018   

Regatta-Weekend Switzerland - Support Sailing-News

 Regatta-Weekend Switzerland - Support Sailing-News Like every year during the summer months, there is a lot of racing going on on the Swiss lakes. Again this weekend we have brought together all the results for you. It is a big effort to gather all information for the benefit of the clubs and classes, a task which normally falls to the federation. We would like to take this opportunity to once again thank all the clubs and classes who have shown appreciation for our commitment by contributing to our fundraising campaign.
The campaign continues, we urgently need your support. Here is the details. Thank you very much !
 
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