The 29er European Championship on Lake Garda was concluded yesterday with two morning Northwind races and the champions title went to Ewan Wilson/Finley Armstrong GBR ahead of Freya Black/James Grummet GBR and Mathias Berhet/Alexander Franks NOR. Sailing in the Bronzefleet, Yoann Senften/Yoann Stettler SUI finished on rank 4 (= 104th overall), Kaifun Shen/Benoît Leuenberger SUI are on rank 126 among the 210 teams. ----- The final results.
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News – Sunday, August 25, 2019
Sun and moderate winds prevailed on the third day of the Laser U21 Europeans and both fleets sailed two races, the Boys completing the qualification phase for the split in Gold- and Silverfleets. ----- Alexandre Boite FRA remains on top overall, joined by Vishnu Saravanan IND at equal points. Maor Benharoch ISR follows on rank 3. Jacopo Scornaienghi SUI, down on 52nd after a premature start disqualification, and Nicolas Rolaz SUI as 60th qualified for the Goldfleet (best 68) as well. Gauthier Verhulst SUI continues the Championship as 93rd in the Silverfleet. ----- Overthrow in the Girls with Wiktoria Golebiowska POL new on top with the day ranks 1 and 2 and an 11 point advantage on Ekaterina Sanko BLR. Valeriya Lomatchenko RUS moved up on rank 3, thanks to a race win. ----- All ranking lists, the daily news and the video of day 2.
Overcast skies and an not to strong Maloja wind prevailed yesterday during the traditional Engadine Surf Marathon in its 42nd edition (the inaugural event in 1978 saw Robby Naish USA as winner at the age of 15 !). ----- The first ones to cross the finish line were the Kiteboarders, but the ranking list has not yet been posted. ----- In the Windfoilers, Julien Bontemps FRA (Olympia Silver 2008) finished first ahead of Elia Columbo SUI 2nd and Oel Pouliquen FRA 3rd. Steve Allen AUS and Sebastian Kördel GER followed on the ranks 4 and 5. ----- We shall inform on the full results tomorrow. ----- The Windsurf Foil Worldcup continues today and can be followed livestream on the event website and on sailing-new.com, beginning at 11 a.m. UTC
Today is day one of the A-Cat World Championship in Weymouth GBR with 91 participants, split in two fleets: the Classics and the Foilers. In absence of the ten-times World Champion and Foiling king Glenn Ashby AUS, Steve Brewin AUS, Mischa Hemskeerk NED and Bruce Mahoney USA, the trio dominating the British Nationals finished three days ago, are the favorites for the Foiler Worlds. In the Classics, Andrew Landenbeger AUS and Scott Anderson AUS will be the ones to defeat. ----- More sailing notables such as the World Speed Record holder Paul Larsen AUS, the Moth specialist Benoît Marie FRA or the successful GC32 helmsman Phil Robertson NZL are on the entry list. ----- The wind forecast predicts rather light wind until Wednesday. For the final regattas towards the weekend, fresher winds may be expected. ----- The event website.
Viper 640 - 2019 Viper 640 World Championships, Long Beach CA - Final results, Marcus Eagan wins World and North American Championships
Marcus Eagan/Andrew Eagan/Jackson Benvenutti (Bay Waveland) USA are the superior World and North American Champions 11 points ahead of Geoffrey Ewenson/Ryan Cox/Jon Ziskind (Eastport YC, Annapolis YC, Storm Trysail) USA as runnerup. Nick Jerwood/Matthew Jerwood/Brian (South of Perth YC) AUS another 8 points behind followed on rank 3. ----- The four-day Championship consisted of 13 races in atypical Long Beach conditions – light, 8-10 knots except for the final race on Day 2 and the last two on the final day when winds were mid to high teens. ----- The results, the final report and the event website.
Optimist - Team Race European Championship 2019 - Lago die Ledro ITA - Final resultsOptimist - Team Race European Championship 2019 - Lago die Ledro ITA - Final results, Italy takes the title
The Optimist Team Race European Championship was concluded yesterday on Lake Ledro ITA with Italy as winner defeating Poland in the Final. Bronze went to Spain. ----- The news with results.
The Detroit Cup Quarter Finals and Sail-offs were completed yesterday, and the Semi Finals are underway, both with a 1-1 tie situation at the end of the day. The parings are Jordan Stevenson NZL vs Dave Perry USA and Chris Poole USA vs James Pinder GBR. ----- The results, the schedule and the event website.
The M32 catamarans started to the Pre-Worlds on Lake Garda yesterday tuning-up for the World Championship beginning next Tuesday. The Ora did not materialise, but nevertheless, four races could be held in a moderate North wind around 10kn. ----- Dan Wilson USA (with Taylor Canfield ISV) took the overall lead ahead of Dan Cheresh GBR (with Ian Williams GBR). ----- The news with results.
The Marina-Preis of the FDs was concluded with two races yesterday and Kilian König/Johannes Brack GER as winners ahead of Alex Antrecht/Christian Kujan GER and Hans-Peter Schwarz/Roland Kirst GER. ----- The results.
Two more legs of the F-18 catamaran Archipelago Raid off Stockholm were held yesterday with Leff Dahl/Johann Fischer SWE as new leaders closely followed by Frederik Karlsson/Niklas Nordblom SWE and Iordanis Paschalidis/Marc Pirrinoli GRE. Martin Jöhr/Joachim Piehl SUI advanced on rank 15 overall after a 7th race rank yesterday. ----- The ranking list and the event facebook page.
22 Finns sailed four races yesterday at the Annual Point Championship Act on Lake Uri in a well-established thermal breeze. Christoph Burger TYC and Christoph Christen YCB share the lead at equal points. David Terol ESP follows on rank 3. ----- The results.
Six flights were completed on the first day of the Davos Act of the Swiss Sailing Challenge League, and with a steady row of top-3 results, the CV Vevey-la-Tour with Wolf Van Cauwenberghe has take the overall lead ahead of the SV Bottighofen with Jürg Wittich and the Zürcher YC with Tobias Hoh. ---- The ranking list.
Favorable conditions prevailed on Lake Neuchâtel on day one of the Coupe des Amis and four races could be held. ----- Bernhard Seger/Walter Oess SVB are the interim leaders in the Starboats ahead of Yannick Preitner/Felix Oberle CNM. ----- In the Corsaires, Quentin Freymond/Vincent Amiguet CVG won all 4 races. Martin Steiger/Hans Von Moss SCSG follow on rank 2. --- The ranking lists.
The 2019 Hamilton Island Race Week, the windiest for years, was concluded yesterday after six days of sailing with nearly 2000 sailors in 234 teams split in 14 divisions, the second-largest entry list. Read the explicit final report with all details, and check out the full result lists. ----- The event website and not to forget the video on the Competition of Elegance [/URL].
News – Saturday, August 24, 2019
Due to lack of wind, the last race of the Laser 4.7 World Championship in Kingston CAN could not be sailed and the ranking list of Friday is final. We reported yesterday in details on the dominating World Champions Anja Von Allmen SUI and Niccolo Nordera ITA. Here the ranking lists and the final report.
Three races were sailed on the second Final Series day of the 29er Europeans on Lake Garda and the best of the day, the mixed-team Freya Black/James Grummet GBR, took the overall lead 3 points ahead of Zeno Biagio/Marco Misseroni ITA on 2nd. Marius Westerlind/Olle Aronsson SWE follow on the 3rd place. ----- Sailing in the Bronzefleet, Yoann Senften/Yoann Stettler SUI are on the 2nd position (= 102nd overall ). ----- Today is the final day with another four races on the program. ----- The ranking list.
The very light winds on the Baltic Seas impacted racing at the U21 Laser Europeans and on one race could be sailed by the Girls and one group of the Boys. ----- New on to of the Radial Girls is Ekaterina Sanko BLR, as the leaders of the opening day took both an early start penalty. On rank 2 with a 7 point backlog follows Ana Moncada ESP on rank 2. Julia Buesselberg GER, winner of the day, moved up on 3rd. ----- The results of the Boys will only be posted when updated with the results of the second group not sailing yesterday. Leader after day one was Alexandre Boite FRA. The best Swiss Jacopo Scornaienghi SUI is on the 12th place. ----- The ranking lists and the daily news.
Since Thurday, numerous competitions have been underway on Lake Silvaplana (near St-Moritz) at the traditional Engadine Wind, with the IFCA Foil World Championships and Freestyle runs on the program this year. ---- Today, the Engadine Kite- and Windsurf-Marathon will take place, that can be followed live on this website as from 11 a.m. UTC. ----- Leader in the Windfoil Worldcup after 9 heats is Luuc Van Oopteland NED ahead of Julien Bontemps FRA and Gonzalo Costa-Havel ARG. 69 participants from 17 nations and 3 continents are on the entry list. ----- The ranking list. and more.
As a tune-up to the World Championship, the Fireballs sailed the North American Championship during the past days with Ian Dobson/Richard Wagstaff GBR as winners after 5 races ahead of Claude Mermod/Ruedi Moser SUI and Joe Jospe/Tom Egli CAN. 40 teams from 10 nations and 4 continents. ----- The results and the event website.
Yesterday, the Final Series of th Optimist Team Race Europeans was started on Lake Ledro above Lake Garda. The League C (Goldfleet) leader is Poland with a 4-0 score ahead of Great Britain with 4-1 on rank 2. Switzerland is sailing in the League D and is on the last place with a 0-3 result together with Germany. ----- The event website.
Since Thursday, the FD Marina Trophy has been underway on Lake Garda with 38 teams from 10 nations. Leaders after four races are Kilian König/Johannes Brack GER ahead of Alex Antrecht/Christian Kujan GER. Stephan Fels/Ulf Hügel SUI follow on rank 18. ----- The results.
23 teams from the USA, Australia and Switzerland participated in the J/111 World Championship in Chicago and the final winner after 8 races is Rob Ruhlmann, Cleveland, OH, USA, and his team, ahead of Martin Roesch, Fulton, MD, USA, and Peter Wagner, Atherton, CA, USA, 5 respectively 9 points behind. ----- The ranking list and the final report.
Two days ago, the traditional F18 catamaran Archipelago Raid was started in Stockholm, a 5-day long-distance race over 500nm thru the many small islands off Stockholm. Leaders after two races on both days are Fredrik Karlsson/Niklas Nordblom SWE ahead of Sandberg/Strömquist NOR and Paschalidis Pirrinoli GRE. 29 teams racing. ----- The ranking list, the event website and the event facebook page with the videos and photos.
Good fleets participated in the 3rd Round of the Central Switzerland Youth Championship in Brunnen and good conditions prevailed on Lake Uri, allowing all classes to complete six races. ----- In the 41-boat Optimist Class, Samuel Berther SCC finished first ahead of Lorin Kuhn DRRS and Damian Berther SCC. Remo Steimann SCH was on top of the 9 Lasers Radial. In the Laser 4.7, Andrea Dubois BT from Lake Bienne dominated winning 5 of the 6 races. The 'Matchrace' between the two 420s present went in favour of Maxim Dneprov/Luis Zimmerli DRRS. ----- All ranking lists.
The third Club Regatta of the SCS was held on the past Sunday in a good Lake Sihl thermal breeze. Winner in the Yardstick rankings was René Favre SCS on a Contender ahead of Roman Gemperli SCS with a Laser and the A-Cat of Reto Büttner SCS. 18 boats participated. ----- Theranking list.
At the RV Brunnen Windweek, the VC-Challenge counting for the annual Lake Lucerne Cup was held, a long-distance night race. 40 teams in 5 categories participated. In winds between 0 and 17kn, Thomas Hasler SKS on a Longtze finished first in the Racers 1. Winner in the Racers 2 was Michael Eichmann YTL on a J/80. In the Open Racers, Andreas Zimmerli RVB was on rank 1. The SRS-Cruiser belongs to Simon Spiller SKS, a Granada 31. Urs Infanger SKS with his X99 was ahead in the Open Cruisers. ----- All ranking lists and the explicit, entertaining report.
A different regatta format ! At the 'Schindeli-Regatta', the Shingle Race, on last Saturday on Lake Zurich not the fastest boat, but the fastest boat collecting most of the 300 scattered shingles was the winner. Seven boats participated and Gunnar Stein with his blu26 finished on top of the rankings. ----- The ranking list.
With some delays, we succeeded to document the regatta activity on Swiss lakes over the past weekend. Much was around in addition to the important international events such as the Olympic Test Event in Japan and some important Championships. Today, the last of the various Swiss events to be found in the Sailing Switzerland section of our website. A busy weekend lies ahead with 18 national regattas in the calendar. We report daily - stay tuned !
News – Friday, August 23, 2019
Laser 4.7 - Youth World Championship 2019 - Kingston CAN - Day 5 - Anja Von Allmen SUI and Niccolo Nordera ITA are premature World Champions !
Good, but challenging wind conditions prevailed - the breeze was oscillating not only in direction but also strength (8-14kn) - , allowing to complete three races per fleet in Kingston CAN, so that there is only one race left today, Friday. ----- With the day ranks 1/2/2, Anja Von Allmen SUI extended her lead in the Laser 4.7 Girls on 23 points and can not be overtaken, as her discard result is a 12th place. On the rank 2 and 3 follow Lara Himmes ESP and Sara Savelli ITA. ----- The Champion is known prematurely also in the Boys, where Niccolo Nordera ITA has a 19 point lead with a 15th as discard. Roko Stipanovic CRO and Gasper Strahovnik SLO complete the interim podium. ----- The ranking lists and the news.
The Olympic Test Event in Japan has been concluded yesterday. All but the 470 women Medal Races were abandoned because of insufficient wind. ------ Camille Lecointre/Aloise Retornaz FRA finished first again and are the superior winners in the 470 woman ahead of Hannah Mills/Eilidh McIntyre GBR and Agnieszka Skrzypulec/Jolanta Ogar POL. Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI remained on rank 10. ----- In the 470 men, Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS earned Gold followed by Anton Dahlberg/Frederik Bergström SWE and Jordi Xammar/Nicolas Rodriguez ESP. Stuart McNay/David Hughes USA are on 4th. ----- Berecz Zsombor HUN was the premature winner in the Finns before the last day already. Nicholas Heiner NED and Giles Scott GBR followed on 2nd and 3rd. Jesper Stalheim SWE finished on top of the Lasers Standard ahead of Tom Burton AUS and Hermann Tomasgaard NOR. In the Lasers Radial, Emma Plaesschart BEL left the Olympic Champion Marit Bouwmeester NED on rank 2. Maria Erdi HUN took Bronze. All ranking lists and the report.
Sun and moderate winds prevailed yesterday in Poland on the first day of the U21 Laser European Championship allowing to sail two races per class. ----- In the Lasers Radial, Karmen Perkovic CRO and Hannah Anderssohn GER share the lead two points ahead of Ebru Bolat ROU and Ekaterina Sanko BLR on the ranks 3 and 4. On the entry list are 62 participants. ----- With the day ranks 1 and 2 in his group, Alexandre Boite FRA took the lead in the Lasers Standard. Ansatasios Pangiotidis GRE follows 5 points behind on rank 2, Daniil Krutskikh RUS is 3rd. 135 Lasers Standard racing. ----- The ranking lists and the daily news.
The first 4 Final races were sailed on Lake Garda yesterday with the result of the Qualification phase as one result. ----- Matthias Berthet/Aleksander Franks NOR hold the overall lead 5 points ahead of Marius Westerlind/Olle Aaronson SWE on rank 2. As best of the day, Freya Black/James Grummet GBR advanced on rank 3. ----- Sailing in the Bronze fleet, Yoann Senften/Yoann Stettler SUI did win a race and moved up on the 4th place (= 104th overall). ----- The rankings and the event facebook page.
On Wednesday, the Optimist Team Race European Championship began on Lake Ledro above Lake Garda, and the qualification phase was concluded yesterday. Jointly on top are Italy and Poland with 14 wins each. Spain and France follow on the ranks 3 and 4. Switzerland (Lisa Gailland, Jeanlou Lauber, Michelangelo Cerchiari and Marie Mazuay) remained on rank 14. ----- The results and the event website.
News – Thursday, August 22, 2019
The Olympic Test Event will be concluded today with the Medal Races of the 470s, the Lasers and the Finns. The result will be available during the morning UTC. We shall inform immediately. ----- Light winds - as yesterday - have been forecast. ----- Zsombor Berecz HUN is the premature winner in the Finns with a 23 point advantage. ----- The official preview.
Yesterday the Skiffs, the RS:X-Windsurfers and the Nacra-17 sailed their medal races. As expected Yunxiu Lu CHN was able to hold the top of the RS:X-Windsurf women. Thanks to victory in the Medal Race Charline Picon FRA replaced Katy Spychakov ISR on rank 2. Chinese victory in the RS:X-Windsurfer men as well: Mengfan Gao CHN won ahead of Mattia Camboni ITA and Piotr Myszka POL. In the 49er the Olympic winners Peter Burling/Blair Tuke NZL won ahead of Lukasz Prszybitek/Pawel Kolodzinski POL and Dylan Fletcher/Stuart Bithell GBR. Changes on the podium of the 49erFX: Martine Grael/Kahena Kunze BRA won gold ahead of Marie Roningen/Helene Naess NOR, Charlotte Dobson/Saskia Tidey GBR fell back to rank 3. In the Nacra 17, Ruggero Tita/Caterina Banti ITA took gold ahead of John Gimson/Anna Burnett GBR and Ben Saxton/Nicola Boniface GBR. All rankings.
The 5 other classes completed yesterday their qualifications for the Medal Races of today. Stuart McNay/David Hughes USA (470 men), Erika Reineke USA and Sarah Douglas CAN (both Laser Radial) will participate in the Medal Races of today. For all other North Americans, the Olympic Test Event came to an end. ---------------------- Here the overview on top-ranked by class: ----- Already overall winner is Berecz Zsombor HUN in the Finns, he leads by 23 points. Nicholas Heiner NED and Giles Scott GBR, who is one point behind, will fight for silver and bronze. ----- Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS are 2 points ahead of Anton Dahlberg/Frederik Bergström SWE in the medal race of the 470 men. Jordi Xammar/Joel Rodriguez ESP have already secured the bronze medal. ----- In the 470 women, Camille Lecointre/Aloise Retornaz FRA have taken the lead, Hannah Mills/Eilidh McIntyre GBR are only one point behind. ----- In the Lasers Standard, the first 5 are only 7 points apart: Jesper Stalheim SWE leads ahead of Tom Burton AUS and Hermann Tomasgaard NOR. ----- The Lasers Radial also remain exciting: Emma Plaesschart BEL is only 2 points ahead of Marit Bouwmeester NED. 3 points apart are Maria Erdi HUN and Manami Doi JPN on rank 3 and 4. ----- See all rankings and the report.
The first two Final races were sailed at the Laser 4.7 World Championship in Canada yesterday. ----- Finishing on the ranks 2 and 3, Anja Von Allmen SUI took the lead in the Girls ! Marilena Makri CYP with two bullets yesterday follows on rank 2 with an 8 point backlog. Sara Savelli ITA dropped on rank 3. ----- In the Boys, sailing in Gold- and Silverfleets, Niccolo Nordera ITA defended his lead 7 points ahead of Roko Stipanovic CRO. New on rank 3 is Gasper Strahovnik SLO. ----- The ranking lists and the report.
The A-Cat British Nationals ended yesterday in Weymouth without changes on top of the rankings. Steve Brewin AUS finished first in the Foils ahead of Mischa Hemskeerk NED. Bruce Mahoney USA followed on 3rd. ----- In the Classics, Scott Anderson AUS was first ahead of Alberto Farnesi ITA and Bruno Biedermann SUI. ----- On Sunday, the World Championship will begin at the same venue. ----- The ranking lists.
Three races per day have been sailed at the 29er European Championship on Lake Garda underway since Monday. ----- Matthias Berthet/Aleksander Franks NOR are first with an 8 point lead on Aristide Girou/Noah Chauvin FRA. On rank 3 follow Ewan Wilson/Finnley Armstrong GBR. 209 teams racing. ----- The ranking list and the facebook page with videos and photos.
The Kona-One World Championship took place on Lake Garda, a windsurfing class popular in Northern Europe, especially Scandinavia, and North America. ----- Winning 8 of the 13 races, Huig-Jan Tak NED won the title ahead of Tim Aagesen DEN and Alexander Temko USA. ----- 72 participants from 11 nations and 3 continents. ----- The ranking list and the news.
Last Tuesday, the Youth European Championship of the RSAero, a boat sailed above all in Great Britain, began on Lake Garda with the fleet split in three groups with different rigs. 110 participants from 16 nations and 3 continents participate. ----- In the largest fleet with 63 entrants, the RSAero-7, Craig Wilson GBR is leading ahead of Peter Barton GBR and Paul McMahon IRL. The best RSAero-5 sailor is Attila Banyai HUN, followed by Liina Kolk EST and Andres Frost GBR. Greg Barteltt GBR is on top of the 10 RSAero-9. ----- All ranking lists and the news with videos.
Last Sunday, 15 boats participated in the 'Sirène' regatta on Lake Bienne despite of very light varying wind, surprising already at the start with a 180° shift forcing the teams to cross the line with spinnakers up. ----- Lukas Schaub with his Luthi 870 took the line honours. Marcel Marolf YCB with his First Class 8 won in calculated time. ----- The results.
Lull conditions on the Greifensee at the long-distance race last Saturday and only 8 of the 25 teams finished the race. François and Elisabeth Wirth SCvG on their Lightning finished first in the dinghies, Stephan and Ruth Zäch SCF with their 15mSNS are on rank 1 in the keelboats. ----- The Club website with links to the ranking lists and photos.
News – Wednesday, August 21, 2019
The races of the day in Japan are over, the first half of the 10 Olympic classes have finished their competitions. As expected Yunxiu Lu CHN was able to hold the top of the RS:X-Windsurf women. Thanks to victory in the Medal Race Charline Picon FRA replaced Katy Spychakov ISR on rank 2. Chinese victory in the RS:X-Windsurfer men as well: Mengfan Gao CHN won ahead of Mattia Camboni ITA and Piotr Myszka POL. In the 49er the Olympic winners Peter Burling/Blair Tuke NZL won ahead of Lukasz Prszybitek/Pawel Kolodzinski POL and Dylan Fletcher/Stuart Bithell GBR. Chnges on the podium of the 49erFX: Martine Grael/Kahena Kunze BRA won gold ahead of Marie Roningen/Helene Naess NOR, Charlotte Dobson/Saskia Tidey GBR fell back to rank 3. In the Nacra 17 Ruggero Tita/Caterina Banti ITA took gold ahead of John Gimson/Anna Burnett GBR and Ben Saxton/Nicola Boniface GBR. All rankings.
Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 4 / Part 2 - five classes will fight for Medal Race slots today
The 470s, Laser and Finns will be sailing their last qualifying regattas today, the battle for the top ten is coming to a head. ----- In the 470 men[URL], Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS lead only 3 points ahead of Anton Dahlberg/Frederik Bergström SWE. ----- Ai Kondo/Miho Yoshioka JPN are still leading the [URL=tokyo2020.org/en/special/readysteadytokyo/sailing/data/Women's_One_Person_Dinghy-470_as_of_20_AUG_at_1426.pdf]470 women. ----- In the Lasers Standard, Jesper Stalheim SWE was able to defend his 1st place. ----- In the Laser Radial, Emma Plaesschart BEL kept her first position. ----- In the Finns, Berecz Zsombor HUN increased his lead to 16 points. ----- All rankings.
Yesterday, Matteo Sanz-Lanz SUI qualified for the Medal Race in the RS:X men windsurfers of today. On rank 7, he is 12 points behind the podium. Sébastien Schneiter/Lucien Cujean SUI on rank 11 missed the Medal Race in the 49ers by one point. Well positioned is Eliot Merceron SUI as 10th in the Lasers Standard, but the fight for the Medal Race cut will be very fierce, as the ranks 10-14 are separated by 3 points only, and not to forget, that big names such as the World Champion Pavlos Kontides CYP and the Olympic medalist Tonci Stipanovic CRO are behind as well. Chances for a qualification have also Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI in the 470 women. As 12th, they have to compensate 9 points today. Kilian Wagen/Grégoire Siegwart SUI in the 470 men stay on rank 16 with a 7 point backlog on rank 10. Nils Theuninck SUI can make the cute in the Finns with a super day, but the 14 point backlog on rank 15 is weighing heavily. Maud Jayet SUI on rank 23 in the Laser Radial will sail the last races today. ----- All ranking lists.
Yesterday, three races were held at the Laser 4.7 Youth Worlds in Kingston CAN. ----- In the Boys, Niccolo Nordera ITA moved on rank one with two race wins in his group. Dmitry Golovkin RUS follows on rank 2 with a 2 point backlog. Roko Stipanovic CRO dropped on rank 3. ----- In the Girls, Sara Savelli ITA has takend the lead. As best of the day, Lara Himmes ESP advanced on rank 2. Marilena Makri CYP descended on the 3rd position. ----- All ranking lists and the event website.
After two days ashore because of stormy winds, the first three races of the British A-Cat Nationals - a tune-up race before the Worlds of next week - were sailed in an intial 15kn breeze, increasing to 25kn during the day. ----- In the Foiler Open rankings, Steve Brewin AUS and Mischa Hemskeerk NED are tied on top. Bruce Mahoney USA follows as 3rd. 31 participants. ----- In the Classic fleet, Scott Anderson AUS is first ahead of Alberto Farnesi SWE and Mike Bawden GBR. 20 participants. ----- The ranking lists and the news.
Saturday evening at sun down, the 50th edition of the 'Nocturne' was started in Montreux/Lake Geneva with 20 teams on the line. Vivian Godin CNMC (TCF2) on a Luthi were the winners ahead of Yvan Berger CVVT on a 6.5m (TCF3). ----- The ranking lists.
Good participation at the traditional Old-Fashion Race on Lake Zurich. Old-timers, wooden boats as well as Ynglings, Lacustres and an Open class completed 3 races on a round-the-buoys course as sailed over 50 years ago. ----- Christoph Gautschi/Dominik Schenk YCB were the winners in the Starboats (11 teams), Stephan Wegmann ZYC was first in the Oldtimer rankings, Karl NauerYCR was on rank 1 in the Lacustres, Giovanni Müller was on top of the Ynglings and Roger Stocker ZYC was ahead in the Open class. ----- Alle rhanking lists and the news of the Star Class.