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News – Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   
The Laser U21 Worlds continued with two races yesterday, sailed in a fresher breeze around 15 kn. Lighter participants, such as Joel Rodriguez ESP, winner of several Laser Radial Youth titles during this season already, had difficulties to keep the pace of the best in these conditions.
In the Lasers Standard, Lorenzo Chiavarini GBR extended his lead on 14 points. Hermann Tomasgaard NOR is new on rank 2, Stefano Peschiera PER on rank 3. Maxim Nikolaev RUS on the 4th place is the best, Joel Rodriguez ESP on position 9 the second-best U19 helmsman.
Agata Barwinska POL consolidated her lead in the Lasers Radial with another race win. Daphne van der Vaart NED is now already 12 points back. New on rank 3 follows Lena Haverland GER. Martina Reina ESP on the 9th place leads in the U19 rankings. Marie Barrué FRA advanced on rank 12 and is 2nd among the U19 participants.
All ranking lists and the event facebook page with photos.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   
The Kiteboarding Course Race World Championship began yesterday in Turkey with three races.
Leaders in the men's are the defending champion Florian Gruber GER and Riccardo Lecchese ITA, both winning all three heats of their groups, ahead of Oliver Bridge GBR. Steph Bridge GBR (the mother of Oliver) leads in the women's ahead of Elena Kalinina RUS and Erika Heineken USA.
All ranking lists and the report.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   
Lay day in Kiel yesterday, and this with heats on only one of three race days. The 170 teams sail in one fleet, and Qualification Series are therefore not required. Leaders after 2 races are Bogacki/Dehne GER ahead of Smith/Needham GBR and Holt/Woelfel USA.
The ranking list. As from today, less wind has been announced, and the competitors look forward to sailing many more races until Friday. The event website and the event facebook page.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   
Light and fickle was the wind on the second day of the Youth Sailing Olympics in China, and only the Byte CIIs could sail two races by gender. The Techno windsurfers waited in vain for enough wind.
New leader in the Byte Girls is Odile Van Aanholt NED, already Byte World Champion this year, and also one of the top Laser Radial Olympic campaigners. Celeste Lugtmeijer DOM on rank 2 is already 15 points behind. Samantha Jing-Yi SIN is 3rd.
Pedro-Luiz Marcondes BRA stays on top of the Byte Boys, but in the first race today, he flopped and his advantage on the 2nd-ranked Rodolfo Pires POR has melted on 9 points. Apiwat Sringam THA is new on rank 3.
The report of the day and all ranking lists.
Today's races are already underway, and with up to 8 kn, the freshest breeze so far filled in. The Byte-Boys have finished their first race. The report.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   
The sail maker Europ'Sails, founded 23 years ago, is the industry leader in Switzerland as far as the number of sails sold is concerned. 600 to 700 units per year are produced with 30 to 40% to be exported.
A Newsletter will in the future inform on the latest offers, novelties and regatta successes. In addition to up-to-date news from the world of sailing, this Newsletter will also present Europ'Sun, a subsidiary of Europ'Sails, active in the outdoor market segment. The Newsletter.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   
The IFDS World Championship 2014 began yesterday with 2 races for each of the three Paralympic classes. Heiko Kröger GER is on top of the 2.4m with the day ranks 1 and 3, two points ahead of Kevin Cantin FRA. Helena Lucas GBR is 3rd. Shared leaders in the Skud-18 are Marco Gualandris/Marta Zanetti ITA and Daniel Fitzgibbon/Liesl Tesch AUS at equal points. John Robertson AUS and his team won both heats of the Sonars, setting quite a distance to the 2nd-ranked Paul Tingley CAN.
All ranking lists, the report and video of the day, taken from a drone (a 'drownie').
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   
The Optimist Swiss Championship 2014 begins today on Lake Silvaplana SUI, venue of the 1974 and 2005 Optimist World Championships. 200 kids from 14 nations participate ! Unfortunately, the Engadine valley in the Southern part of Switzerland suffers from the desastrous summer weather this year. As during the Windsurfing event last week, passing frontal systems might kill the traditional Maloja thermal breeze, according to the wind forecast. The preview.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   
Yesterday, Artemis Racing officially launched its challenge to win the 35th America's Cup at an event in Stockholm SWE alongside Kungliga Svenska Segel Sällskapet (KSSS), the Royal Swedish Yacht Club. This will be their second campaign, and in addition of the core group from the last campaign, new talent across all areas has been secured, above a the Starboat Olympic Champions Freddy Lööf and Max Salminen and Rod Davies NZL, formerly 'Emirates Team New Zealand', as sailing coach. Torbjörn Tornquist SWE, owner of Gunvor Group Ltd, one of the largest crude oil traders in the World operating out of Geneve SUI, is the Team Principal of Artemis.
After the announcement of 'Emirates Team New Zealand', this is the second official confirmation from a Challenger to have formally entered. At entry deadline August 8, the America's Cup Management had announced, that the formal presentation of the accepted Challengers will take place after examination of the validity at a Press Conference on September 9th.
The press realease of Artemis.
News – Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   
Diversion over the final day of the 420 & 470 Youth European Championship 2014 with thundery weather alternating with lulls, but also with gusts above 25 kn. The 470 sailed the Medal Races in the Girls' and Boys' fleet, while the 420s completed another two fleet races.
After the first 420 race of the day, everything looked fine for Kilian Wagen/Grégoire Siegwart SUI extending their lead on 7 points. But in the final race, the balance tilted in favor of Hippolyte Machetti/Sidoine Dantes FRA winning the heat, while the Swiss had to content themselves with position 14. André Demange/maxime Roux FRA won the duel with Ewa Romaniuk/Katarzyna Goralska POL for the Bronze Medal, but the Polnish girls on rank 4 finished as best girls team.
Jordi Xammar/Jose Hesp ESP had their Champion's title already before the Medal Race. Malte Winkel/Matti Cipra GER defended the Silver Medal with a 3rd race rank. The Bronze position changed in favor of David + Alex Charles ESP, overtaking the tied Giacomo Ferrari/Giulio Calabro ITA with a 2nd place in the Medal Race.
Winning the Medal Race as well, Anna Kyselova/Anastasiya Krasko UKR demonstrated once more their superiority in the 470 Girls' fleet, and clearly defended their 2013 Champion's title. Noya Bar-am/Rimon Shoshan ISR advanced on the Silver Medal rank, ahead of Frederike Loewe/Anna Markfort GER with Bronze.
All ranking lists and the final report.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   
Moderate winds around 10 kn prevailed yesterday for the first races at the U21 World Championship of the Olympic Laser classes.
The rankings after two heats in the (men) Lasers Standard, the 100 participants' fleet split in two groups, show Lorenzo Chiavarini GBR, day ranks 1 and 2, clearly on top ahead of Joel Rodriguez ESP. Henrik Begby NOR, Stefano Peschiera PER and Michele Benamati ITA follow just behind at equal points.
Agata Barwinska POL is on top after two races, finishing twice as 2nd yesterday in the (women) Lasers Radial. Judith Engberts NED follows 6 points behind. Daphne Van der Vaart NED is 3rd, Lena Haverland GER 4th. The favorite Marie Barrué FRA is down in the ranks after a premature start.
All other details on the event facebook page. The ranking lists are on the event website.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   (Image © Christophe Favreau)
The breeze over the Bay of Kiel exceeding 30 kn and over 40 kn in the gusts on the race course was again much to strong to start a race. The 5o5 Championship Rules request sailing in a full fleet - 170 boats on the starting line this time - with a rabbit start. This format needs additional space, that made it impossible to moor a race course in a less windy zone close to the harbour. Today is lay day, and the crucial races will take place from Wednesday till Friday. The wind is supposed to calm down by then. The event website.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
Today begins the World Championship of the three Paralympic Classes 2.4m, Skud-18 and Sonar in Halifax CAN.
The largest fleet are the one-person-keelboats - the 2.4m - with 48 participants from 29 nations. The English women Megan Pascoe GBR and Helena Lucas GBR, dominators of this season, encounter the Paralympic Champion Damien Séguin FRA, and also Germany's Heiko Kröger GER is one of the favorites. In the two-person-keelboat - the Skud-18 - 26 teams from 10 nations are present. The undisputed favorites are Alexandra Rickham/Niki Birrell GBR. 18 teams from 14 nations participate on three-person-keelboats - the Sonars. Bruno Jourdren FRA, John Robertson GBR or Aleksander Wang-Hansen NOR are the most cited contenders for a Medal.
The entry list, the event website and the event facebook page with the report on the opening ceremony.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   
The final day of the 2014 Engadine Wind week offered finally a well-established Maloja thermal breeze around 20 kn, just enough to sail two races of the Formula and RS:X Swiss Championship. Winner in the Slalom competition was Gunnar Asmussen GER ahead of Patrik Diethelm SUI and Vincent Langer GER. Franziska Stauffacher SUI just defended her previous year's title, with the youth surfer Noémie Perregaux SUI at equal points. Heidi Ulrich SUI won Bronze, and Elia Colombo SUI the Youth rankings.
The report.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   
Youth Olympic Sailing began yesterday on Lak Jinniu near Nanjing stadium-like in front of a grand-stand with 2'000 paying spectactors. A light 5-6 kn breeze prevailed, and the Byte CII sailed two, the Techno-windsurfers three races per fleet.
The South-Americans dominated the races in the Byte-Boys fleet with Pedro-Luiz Marcondes BRA leading 2 points ahead of Angello Giuria PER. Justin Wittecoq CAN follows as 3rd. In the Byte-Girls, Alexandra Dahlberg FIN won both heats, while Samantha Jing-Yi SIN and Odile Van Aanholt NED follow on the ranks 2 and 3.
Lucie Panizza FRA is frst in the Techno Girl Windsurfers followed by Linli Wu CHN and Mariam Sekhposyan RUS at equal points. On top of the Techno Boy Windsurfers is Francisco Saubidet ARG in front of Kensel Ikeda JPN and Lars Van Someren NED. Tom Monnet FRA follows as 4th.
The report of the day with all ranking lists.
Light winds have been forecast for today as well. At press time (6 a.m. UTC), the first races are already underway in China. The preview.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   
The light wind on Lake Neuchâtel allowed to sail a single race on Saturday, as well as on Sunday at the Laser Points' Championship Act in Neuchâtel.
Damian Suri YCB was the winner in the Lasers 4.7 ahead of Guillaume Rol SNG at equal points. Annika Pellegrini SCS on rank 8 is the best-ranked girl among the 31 participants. Winner in the Lasers Radial was Manon Kivell-Luther CNM followed by David Straessler YCB and Pierrick Amizet FRA. 26 Radials were on the entry list. The best Laser Standard sailor was Robert Ronnback CNM, with Michel Rotach CVN and Lorenz Kausche BT completing the podium. 16 Standards participated.
All ranking lists.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   (Image © Nico Martinez)
The breeze on the last day of the RC44 World Championship at Marstrand SWE was almost 30 kn, ... too much for the owner-driven high-performance RC44. World Champion is therefore 'Bronenosec' of VladimirLiubomirov RUS with Michele Ivaldi ITA as tactician. Silver went to 'Charisma' from Monaco with Nico Poons NED and Tom Slingsby AUS calling tactics. Third is 'Team Aqua' of Chris Bake GBR with Cameron Appleton NZL as tactician.
The final rankings and the report.
News – Monday, August 18, 2014
Monday, August 18, 2014   
Since yesterday, the 470 Youth European Champions in both genders are known, as the leading men and women teams clearly confirmed their superiortity in the races sailed in moderate 15 kn conditions, and cannot been overtaken in today's Medal Races.
Jordi Xammar/Jose Herp ESP earned another international title ahead of the first persuers Malte Winkel/Matti Cipra GER 28 points behind. The Germans have a 12 points' lead on the 3rd-ranked Giacomo Ferrari/Giulio Calabro ITA, and will most probably be able to defend the Silver medal. Charles/Charles ESP on rank 4 and Waak/Hummel GER on 5 have still chances to reach Bronze.
21 points is the advance of Anna Kyselova/Anastasiya Krasko UKR in the 470 women, just enough to catch the European title definitively. The race for Silver and Bronze remains tight. Frederike Loewe/Anna Markfort GER and Noya Bar-Am/Rimon Shoshan ISR are separated by 3 points only. With a 7 points' deficit, Jess Lavery/Megan Brickwood GBR on rank 4 are ready to profit from the duel of the 2nd- and 3rd ranked.
No Medal Race but two more races will take place today in the 420s. Kilian Wagen/Grégoire Siegwart SUI took the lead yesterday and will have to defend this position today against Hippolyte Macetti/Sidoine Dantes FRA only one point behind. Max Clapp/Joseph Burns GBR and the tied Ewa Romaniuk/Katarzyna Goralska POL are already 31 points behind and will duel for Bronze.
All ranking lists and the report.
Monday, August 18, 2014   (Image © Christophe Favreau)
Already the opening regattas on Saturday with a breeze of up to 30 kn were scary for most of the 5o5 fleet, and the wind even increased yesterday on the Kiel Bay so that racing was cancelled for the day. Leaders after two races are Bogacki/Dehme GER ahead of Smith/Needham GBR and Holt/Woelfel USA.
The ranking list and the video of day 1.
Monday, August 18, 2014   
The Laser U21 World Championship began yesterday with the Practice Race on the Bay of Douarnenez in Southern Britanny.
106 Lasers Standard from 32 nations and 58 Lasers Radial from 22 nations participate.
The event facebook page.
Monday, August 18, 2014   
The 2014 edition of the traditional Engadine Surf Marathon was dominated by the Foiler-Kites starting for the first time. Benni Bölli GER won ahead of Simone Vanucci ITA. The first windsurfer Gonzalo Costa ARG followed on rank 3. Here the winners of the various categories: Gonzalo Costa ARG windsurfers, Franziska Stauffacher SUI windsurfers women, Elia Colombo SUI windsurfers youth, Benni Bölli GER foiler-kiteboards and David Hollenweg SUI winning the Foiler Moth duel with Philipp Käsermann SUI.
All ranking lists and the report.
Monday, August 18, 2014   
The second edition of the Youth Olympic Games begins today in China, and as four years ago, sailing is represented with separate Boys' and Girls' dinghy and windsurf events, sailed on Byte CII boats and Techno 293 sailboards. 63 nations are present. The entry list.
This morning, the first races are already underway on Lake Jinniu near Nanking with a light wind prevailing. Three heats by fleet are on the program. The report and the event website with the 28 Olympic sports.
Monday, August 18, 2014   
With the vacation period ending, the regatta activity has increased again in Switzerland. Please find a first overview on news and results in the Sailing Switzerland section of our website.
News – Sunday, August 17, 2014
Sunday, August 17, 2014   
The two 470 fleets sailed three races each in a freshening wind, the 420 Gold and Silver fleets completed two heats.
A massive 50° wind shift overthrew the sequence of the boats completely on the second upwind of the first 420 race. The leading Hippolyte Machetti/Sidoine Dantes FRA were down on position 37, but with a 2nd place in the second race, they consolidated their first place overall again. The up to 20 kn breeze was also favored by Kilian Wagen/Grégoire Siegwart SUI, moving up on rank 2 overall with a race win, after a 57th rank in the messy first race. Max Clapp/Joseph Burns GBR follow on 3rd one point behind the Swiss. Ewa Romaniuk/Katarzyna Goralska POL, the best Girls' team, are now 4th.
No change in the 470 men as - despite of their worst race rank so far (10th) - Jordi Xammar/Jose Herp ESP increased their advance on 11 points. Malte Winkel/Matti Cipra GER remain 2nd, Giacomo Ferrari/Giulio Calabro ITA just defended their 3rd position.
Cleary reaching for the title are Anna Kyselova/Anastasiya Krasko UKR in the 470 women, winning two of the three races yesterday, extending the lead on 18 points. New on rank 2 are now Frederike Loewe/Anna Markfort GER. Noya Bar-am/Rimon Shoshan ISR follow on rank 3 at equal points.
All ranking lists, the daily report and the videos.
Sunday, August 17, 2014   (Image © Christophe Favreau)
The 5o5 World Championship 2014 began in Kiel yesterday with two races sailed in a fresh 20 to 25 kn breeze. Many capsizes and abandonements were not to avoid, as for the majority among the 170 teams, these conditions were above their limits. But the top-teams presented a spectacular show. Morten Bogacki/Lars Dehen GER, day ranks 1 and 2, took the lead 4 points ahead of Andy Smith/Tim Needham GBR 2nd and Mike Holt/Rob Woelfel USA 3rd. The favorites Hunger/Kleiner GER and Hamlin/Zinn USA follow on the ranks 6 and 10.
The ranking list and the video.
Sunday, August 17, 2014   
No luck with wind and weather on Lake Silvaplana, usually a guarantor for a well-established thermal breeze in summertime, where Windsurfing Swiss Championships and a variaty of other competitions have been planned. Rain and an unconstant northerly wind impeded all racing yesterday. In addition to 'normal' sailboard and kite course races, a best of three team-race with three-person mixed teams composed of a windsurfer, a kiter and a Moth-pilot are on the program. The video end the event website.
Sunday, August 17, 2014   (Image © Rick Tomlinson)
Not only the MOD-trimarans 'Musandam - Oman Sail' and the Volvo 65 'Azzam' of the Abu Dhabi Racing Teams with Ian Walker GBR did establish new records, but also the Volvo 65 'SCA' with Samantha Davis GBR, arriving 8 hours after the winning Volvo 65 'Azzam' - set a new record for all-women teams. The Volvo 65 rankings. Last but not least, 'Artemis - Team Endeavour' with Brian Thompson GBR, winning in the IRC-classification, improved the record for yachts up to 60 foot. Still underway are the Class 40s with half of the small fleet already on the abandonement list in the again freshening breeze.
The race viewer and the reports.
Sunday, August 17, 2014   
The sporty yachts, to enjoy a full day in a well-established breeze, are the trend this year, as they offer more than just sailing ! The Interboot, open from September 20 to 28, 2014, presents an impressive number of day racers/sailers for rewarding hours on the water. Around 150 sailboats and equipment will traditionally be presented in the Rothaushalle / A1 and the hall A3. The report (germ.) (PDF).
Sunday, August 17, 2014   
One race per class was sailed yesterday at the Niesen-Cup on Lake Thoune. Urs Ruppli YCS leads in the Dragons, Rudolf Baumann TYC is first in the H-Boats and Bruno Marazzi TYC is on top of the 5.5m. The event website.
News – Saturday, August 16, 2014
Saturday, August 16, 2014   
Rain and circling winds impeded racing on the final day of the Laser 4.7 World Championship.
With a 30 points' lead on the second-ranked Irene Miras ESP, Asya Luvisetto SUI had her World Champion's title in the URL=2014laser4.7-worlds.com/posted/news/1487]Girls[/URL] already before the last day. Francesca Bergamo ITA completes the podium as 3rd. Mariia Kislukhina RUS on rank 5 is first in the U16-classification ahead of Anna Tsuji JPN (6th overall) and Amalia Provelengiou GRE (8th overall). 37 participants from 19 nations and 3 continents.
Thanks to two race wins, Alexande Boite FRA earned the Gold medal in the Boys category in front of Ismael Iess ESP at equal points, but with one race win only. Paolo Mavricic CRO took the Bronze medal. Alexandre Boite FRA is at the same time U-16 Champion. Odysse Chousiadas GRE (8th overall ) and Maor Benharoch ISR (9th overall) complete the top-3 in the U16 classification. 66 participants from 22 nations and 5 continents.
All ranking lists and the video with the Champions' interviews.
Saturday, August 16, 2014   (Image © Marek Wilku)
The wind situation - 5 to 20 kn, with wind shifts of up to 180° - disturbed racing at the 420 & 470 Youth Europeans during the whole day. While the two 420 groups, sailing close to the shore, had each at least completed two races after eight hours, the outer course allowed for just one race for the 470 men and nothing for the women, despite of numerous start attempts.
After 6 races, the Qualification Series for the Gold fleet has been concluded. Hyppolyte Machetti/Sidoine Dantes FRA start to the Final Series with a 9 points' lead on Ewa Romaniuk/Katarzyna Goralska POL. As best of the day with the ranks 1 and 3, Max Clapp/Joseph Burns GBR advanced on rank 3.
Winners of the only 470 men race were Malte Winkel/Matti Cipra GER reducing the gap on the clearly leading Jordi Xammar/Jose Herp ESP a little. Giacomo Ferrari/Giulio Calabro ITA defended the 3rd position. [. The 470 women remained without race. Anna Kyselova/Anastasiya Krasko UKR is on top with a 12 points advance on Cecilia Zorzi/Bianca Caruso ITA.
All ranking lists and the report of the day.
Saturday, August 16, 2014   (Image © Icarus Media)
The Kitefoil Goldcup 2014 with the world's top kiters opened the Engadine Wind Week 2014 during the past days. The Foil-kite-boarders sailed the 3rd Act of their World Cup, but unfortunately, the thermal Maloja wind disappeared after the first two days and Wednesday and Thursday remained windless because of the passing rain front, and the Final Series was cancelled. After 9 Qualification heats, the superior winner with 7 race wins in his group was Johnny Heineken USA ahead of the tied Oliver Bridge GBR and Nicolas Parlier FRA. Steph Bridge GBR on rank 17 was the best woman. The ranking liste, the report and the video.
Today, the legendary Engadine Surf Marathon (for kite boarders and windsurfers) is on the program.
Saturday, August 16, 2014   (Image © Christophe Favreau)
Today begins the 5o5 World Championship 2014 in Kiel with 171 (!) teams from 15 nations and 4 continents on the list of participsants. The superior favorites on their home waters are of course Wolfgang Hunger/Julien Kleiner GER, winners of 20 5o5 Kiel Week Regattas during the past years. The major challengers seem to be the well prepared Howie Hamlin/Andy Zinn USA, winners of the Preworlds this week shining with the ranks 1/2/2/1. But also the defending champions Lehmann/Oehme GER, as well as Meike Schomaeker/Holger Jess GER, Jacob und Jörgen Bojsen-Möller DEN and Saugmann/Karbo DEN will have a say. The Preworlds' results - at the same time the World Championship entry list - and the official preview. The races can be followed at the SAP-Livecenter as from 12 a.m. UTC. Hasso Plattner GER, co-founder of SAP in the early 70s of the last Century, is again steering his 5o5.
Saturday, August 16, 2014   (Image © Yann Riou)
After the arrival of the only multihull in the race - 'Musandam - Oman Sail' with Sydney Gavignet FRA - as winner in a new record time yesterday morning, the first monohull - the Volvo 65 'Azzam - Abu Dhabi Racing' with Ian Walker - crossed the finish line in Cowes GBR after 4 days and 13 hours, a new record for monohulls as well. Ian Walker GBR and his team improved the record of the Volvo 70 'Groupama' by 1 day and 8 hours !. By midnight, 'Tc-6' with Iker Martinez ESP arrived at the finish. The other three Volvo 65s were sailing closely together within 6 miles shortly before the arrival and everything is possible. The results will no doubt be published soon. The reports, the race viewer and the onboard video of the Chinese 'Dongfeng'-Team. By this evening, the first IRC-ranked yachts are expected to terminate the race.
Saturday, August 16, 2014   
Since Thursday, the windsurfers have been expected to start to the Formula Swiss Championship with various disciplines on Lake Silvaplana. 85 participants from 8 nations, among them the Olympian Richard Stauffacher SUI or the PWA professional Patrick Diethelm SUI. The bad weather did apparently not allow to start racing as planned in the program.
The event website with the entry list.
Saturday, August 16, 2014   
After the successful opening day of the O-Yole Europacup with three races sailed on Thursday in a perfect Lake Uri thermal breeze, only one race could be completed yesterday. Thanks to a race win and with the worst race result discarded, it is now Thies Bosch NED leading one point ahead of Hermann van Eijk NED. The ranking list (PDF).
Saturday, August 16, 2014   
For the first time, the breeze has decreased a little yesterday, and three races were sailed in a 10 to 13 kn on the third day of the RC44 Worlds. The first boats have come closer together and 'Team Aqua' of Chris Bake GBR (tactics Cameron Appleton NZL) has taken the lead one point ahead of the Russian 'Bronenosec' of Vladimir Liubomirov RUS (tactics Michele Ivaldi ITA). Another point farther behind is 'Charisma' of Nico Poons NED (tactics Tom Slingsby AUS). The ranking list and the report.