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Melges 24, J/80, var. classes - Key West Race Week - Key West, FL USA

Sunday, 15. January 2012– Friday, 20. January 2012

Website: www.premiere-racing.com/keywest12/pages/KW12_home_page.htm

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014   (Image © JOY)
Only minor changes in the two races of the last day at the KWRW 2012. The former Moth World Champion Bora Gulari USA is the outstanding winner in the Melges 24 with 7 wins in 10 races. Alan Field USA , two bullets, is on rank two, while Franco Rossini SUI (this time with Matteo Ivaldini ITA as tactician) remains on the third place. John Kilroy USA, 'Samba Pa Ti', with tactician Lorenzo Bressani ITA defended the first place in the Melges 32. Clear winners also Darren Hillard USA in the J/80 and Deneen Demourkas USA in the Farr 30. Only 'Barking Mad' of James Richardson USA with Hamish Pepper NZL calling tactics jumped on rank 1 in the Farr 40 thanks to two race wins, two points ahead of Alberto Rossi ITA and Wolfgang Schäfer GER. All rankings,the report and the video of the day.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014   (Image © Photoboat.com)
The Key West Race Week continued yesterday with three more races sailed in a moderate 10 kn breeze. Before today's final two races, the outcome seems to be decided in some of the classes: Bora Gulari USA leads the Melges 24 fleet by 10 points on Alan Field USA and on equal Points Franco Rossini SUI. 18 points is the advance of Darden Hillard USA in the J/80. Tension could rise in the Melges 32 where John Kilroy's USA ('Samba Pa Ti') margin on Benjamin Schwartz USA on 'Pisces' is just four points. All rankings, the daily report and the videos.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
Light, fickle winds promoted organizers with Premiere Racing to cancel competition on Wednesday with hope that better breezes would allow for three starts on Thursday when winds are forecast to be 7 to 12 knots. This has only been the fourth day lost in this wind-safe area for the last 20 years. Up to now, all classes have completed five races. The event ends tomorrow Friday. All results, the report of the day and the videos.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
The fresh breeze around 20 kn allowed to sail three more races at the KWRW yesterday, with a stellar performance by Bora Gulari USA, winning all five Melges 24 heats so far. Alan Field USA on rank 2 is 10 points behind. Franco Rossini SUI, 'Blu Moon', defended rank 3. Thanks to two race wins in the Melges 32, Benjamin Schwartz USA (tactics Ed Baird USA) is on rank 1 with the same number of points as John Kilroy USA. The clear leader in the J/80 with a 12 points advance is Darden Hillard USA, while in the Farr 40s, there is a tie between Nico Pons MON and Wolfgang Schäfer GER. All results, the video of the day and the report.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
Sun and a 15-20 kn seabreeze prevailed yesterday, a classic Key West sailing day, and all 13 classes completed two races. 'Samba Pa Ti' of James Kilroy USA took the lead in the still growing Melges 32 ahead of Alec Cutler BER and Vincenzo Onorato ITA. The past Moth World Champion Bora Gulari USA is leading in the Melges 24 with Alan Field USA and Franco Rossini SUI tied on rank 2. Darden Hillard USA is on top in the largest fleet, the J/80's. All results, the videos and the report.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014   
The organising Premiere Racing was happy last year to welcome Quantum Sail Design Group as title sponsor of the Key West Race Week in a difficult economy time. Today is the first race day for 119 teams sailing in 13 different handicap and one-design class fleets, with the J-80s as well as the Melges 32 and 24 as largest fleets. As always, a number of well known names from the Olympic sailing circuit, the America's Cup or the Volvo Ocean Race are among the crews (see entry list). Monday and Tuesday look to be the windiest days of the week with wind topping in the low or mid-20s. Conditions moderate on Tuesday before the lightest day of the week under 10 knots on Wednesday. A gradual return of pressure is expected through Thursday with moderate trade winds returning for the final races on Friday. The official preview.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
Today is day one of the Key West Race-Week 2012, with a number of one-design and handicap yacht classes. 122 teams are on the entry list, and as always, a number of well known names from the Olympic sailing circuit, the America's Cup or the Volvo Ocean Race are among the crews. The event-website and a preview.
 
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Tuesday, July 22, 2014   (Image © JOY)
Only minor changes in the two races of the last day at the KWRW 2012. The former Moth World Champion Bora Gulari USA is the outstanding winner in the Melges 24 with 7 wins in 10 races. Alan Field USA , two bullets, is on rank two, while Franco Rossini SUI (this time with Matteo Ivaldini ITA as tactician) remains on the third place. John Kilroy USA, 'Samba Pa Ti', with tactician Lorenzo Bressani ITA defended the first place in the Melges 32. Clear winners also Darren Hillard USA in the J/80 and Deneen Demourkas USA in the Farr 30. Only 'Barking Mad' of James Richardson USA with Hamish Pepper NZL calling tactics jumped on rank 1 in the Farr 40 thanks to two race wins, two points ahead of Alberto Rossi ITA and Wolfgang Schäfer GER. All rankings,the report and the video of the day.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014   (Image © Photoboat.com)
The Key West Race Week continued yesterday with three more races sailed in a moderate 10 kn breeze. Before today's final two races, the outcome seems to be decided in some of the classes: Bora Gulari USA leads the Melges 24 fleet by 10 points on Alan Field USA and on equal Points Franco Rossini SUI. 18 points is the advance of Darden Hillard USA in the J/80. Tension could rise in the Melges 32 where John Kilroy's USA ('Samba Pa Ti') margin on Benjamin Schwartz USA on 'Pisces' is just four points. All rankings, the daily report and the videos.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
Light, fickle winds promoted organizers with Premiere Racing to cancel competition on Wednesday with hope that better breezes would allow for three starts on Thursday when winds are forecast to be 7 to 12 knots. This has only been the fourth day lost in this wind-safe area for the last 20 years. Up to now, all classes have completed five races. The event ends tomorrow Friday. All results, the report of the day and the videos.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
The fresh breeze around 20 kn allowed to sail three more races at the KWRW yesterday, with a stellar performance by Bora Gulari USA, winning all five Melges 24 heats so far. Alan Field USA on rank 2 is 10 points behind. Franco Rossini SUI, 'Blu Moon', defended rank 3. Thanks to two race wins in the Melges 32, Benjamin Schwartz USA (tactics Ed Baird USA) is on rank 1 with the same number of points as John Kilroy USA. The clear leader in the J/80 with a 12 points advance is Darden Hillard USA, while in the Farr 40s, there is a tie between Nico Pons MON and Wolfgang Schäfer GER. All results, the video of the day and the report.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
Sun and a 15-20 kn seabreeze prevailed yesterday, a classic Key West sailing day, and all 13 classes completed two races. 'Samba Pa Ti' of James Kilroy USA took the lead in the still growing Melges 32 ahead of Alec Cutler BER and Vincenzo Onorato ITA. The past Moth World Champion Bora Gulari USA is leading in the Melges 24 with Alan Field USA and Franco Rossini SUI tied on rank 2. Darden Hillard USA is on top in the largest fleet, the J/80's. All results, the videos and the report.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014   
The organising Premiere Racing was happy last year to welcome Quantum Sail Design Group as title sponsor of the Key West Race Week in a difficult economy time. Today is the first race day for 119 teams sailing in 13 different handicap and one-design class fleets, with the J-80s as well as the Melges 32 and 24 as largest fleets. As always, a number of well known names from the Olympic sailing circuit, the America's Cup or the Volvo Ocean Race are among the crews (see entry list). Monday and Tuesday look to be the windiest days of the week with wind topping in the low or mid-20s. Conditions moderate on Tuesday before the lightest day of the week under 10 knots on Wednesday. A gradual return of pressure is expected through Thursday with moderate trade winds returning for the final races on Friday. The official preview.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
Today is day one of the Key West Race-Week 2012, with a number of one-design and handicap yacht classes. 122 teams are on the entry list, and as always, a number of well known names from the Olympic sailing circuit, the America's Cup or the Volvo Ocean Race are among the crews. The event-website and a preview.
 
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Monday, July 21, 2014   (Image © JOY)
Only minor changes in the two races of the last day at the KWRW 2012. The former Moth World Champion Bora Gulari USA is the outstanding winner in the Melges 24 with 7 wins in 10 races. Alan Field USA , two bullets, is on rank two, while Franco Rossini SUI (this time with Matteo Ivaldini ITA as tactician) remains on the third place. John Kilroy USA, 'Samba Pa Ti', with tactician Lorenzo Bressani ITA defended the first place in the Melges 32. Clear winners also Darren Hillard USA in the J/80 and Deneen Demourkas USA in the Farr 30. Only 'Barking Mad' of James Richardson USA with Hamish Pepper NZL calling tactics jumped on rank 1 in the Farr 40 thanks to two race wins, two points ahead of Alberto Rossi ITA and Wolfgang Schäfer GER. All rankings,the report and the video of the day.
Monday, July 21, 2014   (Image © Photoboat.com)
The Key West Race Week continued yesterday with three more races sailed in a moderate 10 kn breeze. Before today's final two races, the outcome seems to be decided in some of the classes: Bora Gulari USA leads the Melges 24 fleet by 10 points on Alan Field USA and on equal Points Franco Rossini SUI. 18 points is the advance of Darden Hillard USA in the J/80. Tension could rise in the Melges 32 where John Kilroy's USA ('Samba Pa Ti') margin on Benjamin Schwartz USA on 'Pisces' is just four points. All rankings, the daily report and the videos.
Monday, July 21, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
Light, fickle winds promoted organizers with Premiere Racing to cancel competition on Wednesday with hope that better breezes would allow for three starts on Thursday when winds are forecast to be 7 to 12 knots. This has only been the fourth day lost in this wind-safe area for the last 20 years. Up to now, all classes have completed five races. The event ends tomorrow Friday. All results, the report of the day and the videos.
Monday, July 21, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
The fresh breeze around 20 kn allowed to sail three more races at the KWRW yesterday, with a stellar performance by Bora Gulari USA, winning all five Melges 24 heats so far. Alan Field USA on rank 2 is 10 points behind. Franco Rossini SUI, 'Blu Moon', defended rank 3. Thanks to two race wins in the Melges 32, Benjamin Schwartz USA (tactics Ed Baird USA) is on rank 1 with the same number of points as John Kilroy USA. The clear leader in the J/80 with a 12 points advance is Darden Hillard USA, while in the Farr 40s, there is a tie between Nico Pons MON and Wolfgang Schäfer GER. All results, the video of the day and the report.
Monday, July 21, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
Sun and a 15-20 kn seabreeze prevailed yesterday, a classic Key West sailing day, and all 13 classes completed two races. 'Samba Pa Ti' of James Kilroy USA took the lead in the still growing Melges 32 ahead of Alec Cutler BER and Vincenzo Onorato ITA. The past Moth World Champion Bora Gulari USA is leading in the Melges 24 with Alan Field USA and Franco Rossini SUI tied on rank 2. Darden Hillard USA is on top in the largest fleet, the J/80's. All results, the videos and the report.
Monday, July 21, 2014   
The organising Premiere Racing was happy last year to welcome Quantum Sail Design Group as title sponsor of the Key West Race Week in a difficult economy time. Today is the first race day for 119 teams sailing in 13 different handicap and one-design class fleets, with the J-80s as well as the Melges 32 and 24 as largest fleets. As always, a number of well known names from the Olympic sailing circuit, the America's Cup or the Volvo Ocean Race are among the crews (see entry list). Monday and Tuesday look to be the windiest days of the week with wind topping in the low or mid-20s. Conditions moderate on Tuesday before the lightest day of the week under 10 knots on Wednesday. A gradual return of pressure is expected through Thursday with moderate trade winds returning for the final races on Friday. The official preview.
Monday, July 21, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
Today is day one of the Key West Race-Week 2012, with a number of one-design and handicap yacht classes. 122 teams are on the entry list, and as always, a number of well known names from the Olympic sailing circuit, the America's Cup or the Volvo Ocean Race are among the crews. The event-website and a preview.
 
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Sunday, July 20, 2014   (Image © JOY)
Only minor changes in the two races of the last day at the KWRW 2012. The former Moth World Champion Bora Gulari USA is the outstanding winner in the Melges 24 with 7 wins in 10 races. Alan Field USA , two bullets, is on rank two, while Franco Rossini SUI (this time with Matteo Ivaldini ITA as tactician) remains on the third place. John Kilroy USA, 'Samba Pa Ti', with tactician Lorenzo Bressani ITA defended the first place in the Melges 32. Clear winners also Darren Hillard USA in the J/80 and Deneen Demourkas USA in the Farr 30. Only 'Barking Mad' of James Richardson USA with Hamish Pepper NZL calling tactics jumped on rank 1 in the Farr 40 thanks to two race wins, two points ahead of Alberto Rossi ITA and Wolfgang Schäfer GER. All rankings,the report and the video of the day.
Sunday, July 20, 2014   (Image © Photoboat.com)
The Key West Race Week continued yesterday with three more races sailed in a moderate 10 kn breeze. Before today's final two races, the outcome seems to be decided in some of the classes: Bora Gulari USA leads the Melges 24 fleet by 10 points on Alan Field USA and on equal Points Franco Rossini SUI. 18 points is the advance of Darden Hillard USA in the J/80. Tension could rise in the Melges 32 where John Kilroy's USA ('Samba Pa Ti') margin on Benjamin Schwartz USA on 'Pisces' is just four points. All rankings, the daily report and the videos.
Sunday, July 20, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
Light, fickle winds promoted organizers with Premiere Racing to cancel competition on Wednesday with hope that better breezes would allow for three starts on Thursday when winds are forecast to be 7 to 12 knots. This has only been the fourth day lost in this wind-safe area for the last 20 years. Up to now, all classes have completed five races. The event ends tomorrow Friday. All results, the report of the day and the videos.
Sunday, July 20, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
The fresh breeze around 20 kn allowed to sail three more races at the KWRW yesterday, with a stellar performance by Bora Gulari USA, winning all five Melges 24 heats so far. Alan Field USA on rank 2 is 10 points behind. Franco Rossini SUI, 'Blu Moon', defended rank 3. Thanks to two race wins in the Melges 32, Benjamin Schwartz USA (tactics Ed Baird USA) is on rank 1 with the same number of points as John Kilroy USA. The clear leader in the J/80 with a 12 points advance is Darden Hillard USA, while in the Farr 40s, there is a tie between Nico Pons MON and Wolfgang Schäfer GER. All results, the video of the day and the report.
Sunday, July 20, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
Sun and a 15-20 kn seabreeze prevailed yesterday, a classic Key West sailing day, and all 13 classes completed two races. 'Samba Pa Ti' of James Kilroy USA took the lead in the still growing Melges 32 ahead of Alec Cutler BER and Vincenzo Onorato ITA. The past Moth World Champion Bora Gulari USA is leading in the Melges 24 with Alan Field USA and Franco Rossini SUI tied on rank 2. Darden Hillard USA is on top in the largest fleet, the J/80's. All results, the videos and the report.
Sunday, July 20, 2014   
The organising Premiere Racing was happy last year to welcome Quantum Sail Design Group as title sponsor of the Key West Race Week in a difficult economy time. Today is the first race day for 119 teams sailing in 13 different handicap and one-design class fleets, with the J-80s as well as the Melges 32 and 24 as largest fleets. As always, a number of well known names from the Olympic sailing circuit, the America's Cup or the Volvo Ocean Race are among the crews (see entry list). Monday and Tuesday look to be the windiest days of the week with wind topping in the low or mid-20s. Conditions moderate on Tuesday before the lightest day of the week under 10 knots on Wednesday. A gradual return of pressure is expected through Thursday with moderate trade winds returning for the final races on Friday. The official preview.
Sunday, July 20, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
Today is day one of the Key West Race-Week 2012, with a number of one-design and handicap yacht classes. 122 teams are on the entry list, and as always, a number of well known names from the Olympic sailing circuit, the America's Cup or the Volvo Ocean Race are among the crews. The event-website and a preview.
 
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Saturday, July 19, 2014   (Image © JOY)
Only minor changes in the two races of the last day at the KWRW 2012. The former Moth World Champion Bora Gulari USA is the outstanding winner in the Melges 24 with 7 wins in 10 races. Alan Field USA , two bullets, is on rank two, while Franco Rossini SUI (this time with Matteo Ivaldini ITA as tactician) remains on the third place. John Kilroy USA, 'Samba Pa Ti', with tactician Lorenzo Bressani ITA defended the first place in the Melges 32. Clear winners also Darren Hillard USA in the J/80 and Deneen Demourkas USA in the Farr 30. Only 'Barking Mad' of James Richardson USA with Hamish Pepper NZL calling tactics jumped on rank 1 in the Farr 40 thanks to two race wins, two points ahead of Alberto Rossi ITA and Wolfgang Schäfer GER. All rankings,the report and the video of the day.
Saturday, July 19, 2014   (Image © Photoboat.com)
The Key West Race Week continued yesterday with three more races sailed in a moderate 10 kn breeze. Before today's final two races, the outcome seems to be decided in some of the classes: Bora Gulari USA leads the Melges 24 fleet by 10 points on Alan Field USA and on equal Points Franco Rossini SUI. 18 points is the advance of Darden Hillard USA in the J/80. Tension could rise in the Melges 32 where John Kilroy's USA ('Samba Pa Ti') margin on Benjamin Schwartz USA on 'Pisces' is just four points. All rankings, the daily report and the videos.
Saturday, July 19, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
Light, fickle winds promoted organizers with Premiere Racing to cancel competition on Wednesday with hope that better breezes would allow for three starts on Thursday when winds are forecast to be 7 to 12 knots. This has only been the fourth day lost in this wind-safe area for the last 20 years. Up to now, all classes have completed five races. The event ends tomorrow Friday. All results, the report of the day and the videos.
Saturday, July 19, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
The fresh breeze around 20 kn allowed to sail three more races at the KWRW yesterday, with a stellar performance by Bora Gulari USA, winning all five Melges 24 heats so far. Alan Field USA on rank 2 is 10 points behind. Franco Rossini SUI, 'Blu Moon', defended rank 3. Thanks to two race wins in the Melges 32, Benjamin Schwartz USA (tactics Ed Baird USA) is on rank 1 with the same number of points as John Kilroy USA. The clear leader in the J/80 with a 12 points advance is Darden Hillard USA, while in the Farr 40s, there is a tie between Nico Pons MON and Wolfgang Schäfer GER. All results, the video of the day and the report.
Saturday, July 19, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
Sun and a 15-20 kn seabreeze prevailed yesterday, a classic Key West sailing day, and all 13 classes completed two races. 'Samba Pa Ti' of James Kilroy USA took the lead in the still growing Melges 32 ahead of Alec Cutler BER and Vincenzo Onorato ITA. The past Moth World Champion Bora Gulari USA is leading in the Melges 24 with Alan Field USA and Franco Rossini SUI tied on rank 2. Darden Hillard USA is on top in the largest fleet, the J/80's. All results, the videos and the report.
Saturday, July 19, 2014   
The organising Premiere Racing was happy last year to welcome Quantum Sail Design Group as title sponsor of the Key West Race Week in a difficult economy time. Today is the first race day for 119 teams sailing in 13 different handicap and one-design class fleets, with the J-80s as well as the Melges 32 and 24 as largest fleets. As always, a number of well known names from the Olympic sailing circuit, the America's Cup or the Volvo Ocean Race are among the crews (see entry list). Monday and Tuesday look to be the windiest days of the week with wind topping in the low or mid-20s. Conditions moderate on Tuesday before the lightest day of the week under 10 knots on Wednesday. A gradual return of pressure is expected through Thursday with moderate trade winds returning for the final races on Friday. The official preview.
Saturday, July 19, 2014   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
Today is day one of the Key West Race-Week 2012, with a number of one-design and handicap yacht classes. 122 teams are on the entry list, and as always, a number of well known names from the Olympic sailing circuit, the America's Cup or the Volvo Ocean Race are among the crews. The event-website and a preview.
 
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