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Laser Radial - Women's World Championship 2012 - Boltenhagen GER

Tuesday, 15. May 2012– Sunday, 20. May 2012

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Monday, November 24, 2014   
The final races continued yesterday late in the afternoon after a long waiting period for the wind. With only 8-10 kn after the strong breeze of the previous day, new faces showed up on top of the race rankings. Winners of the day were Zhang Dnongshuang CHN and Erika Reineke USA, who clearly leads in the U-21-rankings. In spite of mediocre race finishes (14/12), Lijia Xu CHN remained on the first place, but Gintare Scheidt LTU reduced the gap on 7 points, while Allison Young GBR on the 3rd place is only one point farther back. The two final races today still open medal opportunities for Sari Multala FIN and the defending Champion Marit Bouwmeester NED. The results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Monday, November 24, 2014   
The final races continued yesterday late in the afternoon after a long waiting period for the wind. With only 8-10 kn after the strong breeze of the previous day, new faces showed up on top of the race rankings. Winners of the day were Zhang Dnongshuang CHN and Erika Reineke USA, who clearly leads in the U-21-rankings. In spite of mediocre race finishes (14/12), Lijia Xu CHN remained on the first place, but Gintare Scheidt LTU reduced the gap on 7 points, while Allison Young GBR on the 3rd place is only one point farther back. The two final races today still open medal opportunities for Sari Multala FIN and the defending Champion Marit Bouwmeester NED. Nathalie Brugger SUI dropped on rank 32 far below her standard. The results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Monday, November 24, 2014   
Sun, cool temperatures and fresh winds of up to 28 kn prevailed on the last day of the qualifications for the Gold-, Silver or Bronzefleet. Sari Multala FIN is the new overall leader finishing 1 and 2 yesterday, followed three points behind by Lijia Xu CHN. Allison Young GBR is now third. The points' gaps remain small and more position changes will occur in the next races. The results.
In the U-21-rankings, Erika Reineke USA has again replace Marie Boulou FRA on top. The daily report and the video-interviews.
Monday, November 24, 2014   
Sun, cool temperatures and fresh winds of up to 28 kn prevailed on the last day of the qualifications for the Gold-, Silver or Bronzefleet. Sari Multala FIN is the new overall leader finishing 1 and 2 yesterday, followed three points behind by Lijia Xu CHN. Allison Young GBR is now third. The points' gaps remain small and more position changes will certainly occur. Nathalie Brugger SUI on the 21st place qualified for the Goldfleet, as Manon Luther SUI just did on rank 55. The results.
In the U-21-rankings, Erika Reineke USA has again replace Marie Boulou FRA on top. The daily report and the video-interviews.
Monday, November 24, 2014   
Tactically challenging conditions with mildly oscillating winds from 15 to 20 knots in today's races lead to interesting changes in the results at the top of the leader board. In uncharacteristically rough waters for Boltenhagen there were several capsizes during the races and black flags at the starts. Alison Young (GBR) was able to discard her 39 points from the very fist race of the series and moves up from 31st to first place in the overall results with a second place and a win. Only four points behind is Lija Xu from China who was fifth in the first race and won the yellow fleet's second race. In third place with eight points like Lija Xu is Cecilia Carranza Saroli (ARG) who came second in the first race but had to discard her 14th place from the second race. Sari Multala FIN is now 4th, the defending champion Marit Bouwmeester NED advanced on rank 5. The results after 4 races. First in the U21-rankings are with the same number of points Erika Reinecke USA and Marie Boulou FRA. The event website.
Monday, November 24, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial World Championship 2012 began yesterday off Boltenhagen GER with two races sailed in a freshening breeze of up to 20 kn. The unconstant wind from the shore created difficult sailing conditions. Cecilia Carranza ARG finishing 1 and 5, had the best opening day, leading by a small margin ahead of Tatiana Droszdovskaja BLR, Sari Multala FIN and Tania Calles-Wolf MEX. 133 participants from 55 nations. The results and the daily report.
Monday, November 24, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial World Championship 2012 began yesterday off Boltenhagen GER with two races sailed in a freshening breeze of up to 20 kn. The unconstant wind from the shore created difficult sailiing conditions. Cecilia Carranza ARG finishing 1 and 5, had the best opening day, leading by a small margin ahead of Tatiana Droszdovskaja BLR, Sari Multala FIN and Tania Calles-Wolf MEX. A good start had also Nathalie Brugger SUI with the day ranks 4 and 9 bringing her on the 8th place. Manon Luther SUI is 67th, Nigina Römer 106th (25th U18) of the 133 participants from 55 nations. The results and the daily report.
Monday, November 24, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial Women's World Championship 2012 begins today at the German Baltic Sea coast off Boltenhagen, same venue as for the Lasers Standard last week. 135 participants from 55 nations are on the entry list, among them the previous World Champions and favorites for the 2012 title Marit Bouwmeester NED defending champion, Lijia Xu CHN, Krystal Weir AUS or Gintare Scheidt LTU. The most prominent name missing is Evi Van Acker BEL, a regular top 5 finisher. The event-website.
Monday, November 24, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial Women's World Championship 2012 begins today at the German Baltic Sea coast at Boltenhagen, same venue as the Lasers Standard. 135 participants from 55 nations are on the entry list, among them the previous World Champions and favorites for the 2012 title Marit Bouwmeester NED defending champion, Lijia Xu CHN, Krystal Weir AUS or Gintare Scheidt LTU. Missing is only Evi Van Acker BEL, a regular top 5 athlete. For Switzerland, Nathalie Brugger SUI, Manon Luther SUI and Nigina Römer SUI are on the list of participants. The event-website.
 
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Sunday, November 23, 2014   
The final races continued yesterday late in the afternoon after a long waiting period for the wind. With only 8-10 kn after the strong breeze of the previous day, new faces showed up on top of the race rankings. Winners of the day were Zhang Dnongshuang CHN and Erika Reineke USA, who clearly leads in the U-21-rankings. In spite of mediocre race finishes (14/12), Lijia Xu CHN remained on the first place, but Gintare Scheidt LTU reduced the gap on 7 points, while Allison Young GBR on the 3rd place is only one point farther back. The two final races today still open medal opportunities for Sari Multala FIN and the defending Champion Marit Bouwmeester NED. The results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Sunday, November 23, 2014   
The final races continued yesterday late in the afternoon after a long waiting period for the wind. With only 8-10 kn after the strong breeze of the previous day, new faces showed up on top of the race rankings. Winners of the day were Zhang Dnongshuang CHN and Erika Reineke USA, who clearly leads in the U-21-rankings. In spite of mediocre race finishes (14/12), Lijia Xu CHN remained on the first place, but Gintare Scheidt LTU reduced the gap on 7 points, while Allison Young GBR on the 3rd place is only one point farther back. The two final races today still open medal opportunities for Sari Multala FIN and the defending Champion Marit Bouwmeester NED. Nathalie Brugger SUI dropped on rank 32 far below her standard. The results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Sunday, November 23, 2014   
Sun, cool temperatures and fresh winds of up to 28 kn prevailed on the last day of the qualifications for the Gold-, Silver or Bronzefleet. Sari Multala FIN is the new overall leader finishing 1 and 2 yesterday, followed three points behind by Lijia Xu CHN. Allison Young GBR is now third. The points' gaps remain small and more position changes will occur in the next races. The results.
In the U-21-rankings, Erika Reineke USA has again replace Marie Boulou FRA on top. The daily report and the video-interviews.
Sunday, November 23, 2014   
Sun, cool temperatures and fresh winds of up to 28 kn prevailed on the last day of the qualifications for the Gold-, Silver or Bronzefleet. Sari Multala FIN is the new overall leader finishing 1 and 2 yesterday, followed three points behind by Lijia Xu CHN. Allison Young GBR is now third. The points' gaps remain small and more position changes will certainly occur. Nathalie Brugger SUI on the 21st place qualified for the Goldfleet, as Manon Luther SUI just did on rank 55. The results.
In the U-21-rankings, Erika Reineke USA has again replace Marie Boulou FRA on top. The daily report and the video-interviews.
Sunday, November 23, 2014   
Tactically challenging conditions with mildly oscillating winds from 15 to 20 knots in today's races lead to interesting changes in the results at the top of the leader board. In uncharacteristically rough waters for Boltenhagen there were several capsizes during the races and black flags at the starts. Alison Young (GBR) was able to discard her 39 points from the very fist race of the series and moves up from 31st to first place in the overall results with a second place and a win. Only four points behind is Lija Xu from China who was fifth in the first race and won the yellow fleet's second race. In third place with eight points like Lija Xu is Cecilia Carranza Saroli (ARG) who came second in the first race but had to discard her 14th place from the second race. Sari Multala FIN is now 4th, the defending champion Marit Bouwmeester NED advanced on rank 5. The results after 4 races. First in the U21-rankings are with the same number of points Erika Reinecke USA and Marie Boulou FRA. The event website.
Sunday, November 23, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial World Championship 2012 began yesterday off Boltenhagen GER with two races sailed in a freshening breeze of up to 20 kn. The unconstant wind from the shore created difficult sailing conditions. Cecilia Carranza ARG finishing 1 and 5, had the best opening day, leading by a small margin ahead of Tatiana Droszdovskaja BLR, Sari Multala FIN and Tania Calles-Wolf MEX. 133 participants from 55 nations. The results and the daily report.
Sunday, November 23, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial World Championship 2012 began yesterday off Boltenhagen GER with two races sailed in a freshening breeze of up to 20 kn. The unconstant wind from the shore created difficult sailiing conditions. Cecilia Carranza ARG finishing 1 and 5, had the best opening day, leading by a small margin ahead of Tatiana Droszdovskaja BLR, Sari Multala FIN and Tania Calles-Wolf MEX. A good start had also Nathalie Brugger SUI with the day ranks 4 and 9 bringing her on the 8th place. Manon Luther SUI is 67th, Nigina Römer 106th (25th U18) of the 133 participants from 55 nations. The results and the daily report.
Sunday, November 23, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial Women's World Championship 2012 begins today at the German Baltic Sea coast off Boltenhagen, same venue as for the Lasers Standard last week. 135 participants from 55 nations are on the entry list, among them the previous World Champions and favorites for the 2012 title Marit Bouwmeester NED defending champion, Lijia Xu CHN, Krystal Weir AUS or Gintare Scheidt LTU. The most prominent name missing is Evi Van Acker BEL, a regular top 5 finisher. The event-website.
Sunday, November 23, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial Women's World Championship 2012 begins today at the German Baltic Sea coast at Boltenhagen, same venue as the Lasers Standard. 135 participants from 55 nations are on the entry list, among them the previous World Champions and favorites for the 2012 title Marit Bouwmeester NED defending champion, Lijia Xu CHN, Krystal Weir AUS or Gintare Scheidt LTU. Missing is only Evi Van Acker BEL, a regular top 5 athlete. For Switzerland, Nathalie Brugger SUI, Manon Luther SUI and Nigina Römer SUI are on the list of participants. The event-website.
 
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Saturday, November 22, 2014   
The final races continued yesterday late in the afternoon after a long waiting period for the wind. With only 8-10 kn after the strong breeze of the previous day, new faces showed up on top of the race rankings. Winners of the day were Zhang Dnongshuang CHN and Erika Reineke USA, who clearly leads in the U-21-rankings. In spite of mediocre race finishes (14/12), Lijia Xu CHN remained on the first place, but Gintare Scheidt LTU reduced the gap on 7 points, while Allison Young GBR on the 3rd place is only one point farther back. The two final races today still open medal opportunities for Sari Multala FIN and the defending Champion Marit Bouwmeester NED. The results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Saturday, November 22, 2014   
The final races continued yesterday late in the afternoon after a long waiting period for the wind. With only 8-10 kn after the strong breeze of the previous day, new faces showed up on top of the race rankings. Winners of the day were Zhang Dnongshuang CHN and Erika Reineke USA, who clearly leads in the U-21-rankings. In spite of mediocre race finishes (14/12), Lijia Xu CHN remained on the first place, but Gintare Scheidt LTU reduced the gap on 7 points, while Allison Young GBR on the 3rd place is only one point farther back. The two final races today still open medal opportunities for Sari Multala FIN and the defending Champion Marit Bouwmeester NED. Nathalie Brugger SUI dropped on rank 32 far below her standard. The results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Saturday, November 22, 2014   
Sun, cool temperatures and fresh winds of up to 28 kn prevailed on the last day of the qualifications for the Gold-, Silver or Bronzefleet. Sari Multala FIN is the new overall leader finishing 1 and 2 yesterday, followed three points behind by Lijia Xu CHN. Allison Young GBR is now third. The points' gaps remain small and more position changes will occur in the next races. The results.
In the U-21-rankings, Erika Reineke USA has again replace Marie Boulou FRA on top. The daily report and the video-interviews.
Saturday, November 22, 2014   
Sun, cool temperatures and fresh winds of up to 28 kn prevailed on the last day of the qualifications for the Gold-, Silver or Bronzefleet. Sari Multala FIN is the new overall leader finishing 1 and 2 yesterday, followed three points behind by Lijia Xu CHN. Allison Young GBR is now third. The points' gaps remain small and more position changes will certainly occur. Nathalie Brugger SUI on the 21st place qualified for the Goldfleet, as Manon Luther SUI just did on rank 55. The results.
In the U-21-rankings, Erika Reineke USA has again replace Marie Boulou FRA on top. The daily report and the video-interviews.
Saturday, November 22, 2014   
Tactically challenging conditions with mildly oscillating winds from 15 to 20 knots in today's races lead to interesting changes in the results at the top of the leader board. In uncharacteristically rough waters for Boltenhagen there were several capsizes during the races and black flags at the starts. Alison Young (GBR) was able to discard her 39 points from the very fist race of the series and moves up from 31st to first place in the overall results with a second place and a win. Only four points behind is Lija Xu from China who was fifth in the first race and won the yellow fleet's second race. In third place with eight points like Lija Xu is Cecilia Carranza Saroli (ARG) who came second in the first race but had to discard her 14th place from the second race. Sari Multala FIN is now 4th, the defending champion Marit Bouwmeester NED advanced on rank 5. The results after 4 races. First in the U21-rankings are with the same number of points Erika Reinecke USA and Marie Boulou FRA. The event website.
Saturday, November 22, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial World Championship 2012 began yesterday off Boltenhagen GER with two races sailed in a freshening breeze of up to 20 kn. The unconstant wind from the shore created difficult sailing conditions. Cecilia Carranza ARG finishing 1 and 5, had the best opening day, leading by a small margin ahead of Tatiana Droszdovskaja BLR, Sari Multala FIN and Tania Calles-Wolf MEX. 133 participants from 55 nations. The results and the daily report.
Saturday, November 22, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial World Championship 2012 began yesterday off Boltenhagen GER with two races sailed in a freshening breeze of up to 20 kn. The unconstant wind from the shore created difficult sailiing conditions. Cecilia Carranza ARG finishing 1 and 5, had the best opening day, leading by a small margin ahead of Tatiana Droszdovskaja BLR, Sari Multala FIN and Tania Calles-Wolf MEX. A good start had also Nathalie Brugger SUI with the day ranks 4 and 9 bringing her on the 8th place. Manon Luther SUI is 67th, Nigina Römer 106th (25th U18) of the 133 participants from 55 nations. The results and the daily report.
Saturday, November 22, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial Women's World Championship 2012 begins today at the German Baltic Sea coast off Boltenhagen, same venue as for the Lasers Standard last week. 135 participants from 55 nations are on the entry list, among them the previous World Champions and favorites for the 2012 title Marit Bouwmeester NED defending champion, Lijia Xu CHN, Krystal Weir AUS or Gintare Scheidt LTU. The most prominent name missing is Evi Van Acker BEL, a regular top 5 finisher. The event-website.
Saturday, November 22, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial Women's World Championship 2012 begins today at the German Baltic Sea coast at Boltenhagen, same venue as the Lasers Standard. 135 participants from 55 nations are on the entry list, among them the previous World Champions and favorites for the 2012 title Marit Bouwmeester NED defending champion, Lijia Xu CHN, Krystal Weir AUS or Gintare Scheidt LTU. Missing is only Evi Van Acker BEL, a regular top 5 athlete. For Switzerland, Nathalie Brugger SUI, Manon Luther SUI and Nigina Römer SUI are on the list of participants. The event-website.
 
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Friday, November 21, 2014   
The final races continued yesterday late in the afternoon after a long waiting period for the wind. With only 8-10 kn after the strong breeze of the previous day, new faces showed up on top of the race rankings. Winners of the day were Zhang Dnongshuang CHN and Erika Reineke USA, who clearly leads in the U-21-rankings. In spite of mediocre race finishes (14/12), Lijia Xu CHN remained on the first place, but Gintare Scheidt LTU reduced the gap on 7 points, while Allison Young GBR on the 3rd place is only one point farther back. The two final races today still open medal opportunities for Sari Multala FIN and the defending Champion Marit Bouwmeester NED. The results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Friday, November 21, 2014   
The final races continued yesterday late in the afternoon after a long waiting period for the wind. With only 8-10 kn after the strong breeze of the previous day, new faces showed up on top of the race rankings. Winners of the day were Zhang Dnongshuang CHN and Erika Reineke USA, who clearly leads in the U-21-rankings. In spite of mediocre race finishes (14/12), Lijia Xu CHN remained on the first place, but Gintare Scheidt LTU reduced the gap on 7 points, while Allison Young GBR on the 3rd place is only one point farther back. The two final races today still open medal opportunities for Sari Multala FIN and the defending Champion Marit Bouwmeester NED. Nathalie Brugger SUI dropped on rank 32 far below her standard. The results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Friday, November 21, 2014   
Sun, cool temperatures and fresh winds of up to 28 kn prevailed on the last day of the qualifications for the Gold-, Silver or Bronzefleet. Sari Multala FIN is the new overall leader finishing 1 and 2 yesterday, followed three points behind by Lijia Xu CHN. Allison Young GBR is now third. The points' gaps remain small and more position changes will occur in the next races. The results.
In the U-21-rankings, Erika Reineke USA has again replace Marie Boulou FRA on top. The daily report and the video-interviews.
Friday, November 21, 2014   
Sun, cool temperatures and fresh winds of up to 28 kn prevailed on the last day of the qualifications for the Gold-, Silver or Bronzefleet. Sari Multala FIN is the new overall leader finishing 1 and 2 yesterday, followed three points behind by Lijia Xu CHN. Allison Young GBR is now third. The points' gaps remain small and more position changes will certainly occur. Nathalie Brugger SUI on the 21st place qualified for the Goldfleet, as Manon Luther SUI just did on rank 55. The results.
In the U-21-rankings, Erika Reineke USA has again replace Marie Boulou FRA on top. The daily report and the video-interviews.
Friday, November 21, 2014   
Tactically challenging conditions with mildly oscillating winds from 15 to 20 knots in today's races lead to interesting changes in the results at the top of the leader board. In uncharacteristically rough waters for Boltenhagen there were several capsizes during the races and black flags at the starts. Alison Young (GBR) was able to discard her 39 points from the very fist race of the series and moves up from 31st to first place in the overall results with a second place and a win. Only four points behind is Lija Xu from China who was fifth in the first race and won the yellow fleet's second race. In third place with eight points like Lija Xu is Cecilia Carranza Saroli (ARG) who came second in the first race but had to discard her 14th place from the second race. Sari Multala FIN is now 4th, the defending champion Marit Bouwmeester NED advanced on rank 5. The results after 4 races. First in the U21-rankings are with the same number of points Erika Reinecke USA and Marie Boulou FRA. The event website.
Friday, November 21, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial World Championship 2012 began yesterday off Boltenhagen GER with two races sailed in a freshening breeze of up to 20 kn. The unconstant wind from the shore created difficult sailing conditions. Cecilia Carranza ARG finishing 1 and 5, had the best opening day, leading by a small margin ahead of Tatiana Droszdovskaja BLR, Sari Multala FIN and Tania Calles-Wolf MEX. 133 participants from 55 nations. The results and the daily report.
Friday, November 21, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial World Championship 2012 began yesterday off Boltenhagen GER with two races sailed in a freshening breeze of up to 20 kn. The unconstant wind from the shore created difficult sailiing conditions. Cecilia Carranza ARG finishing 1 and 5, had the best opening day, leading by a small margin ahead of Tatiana Droszdovskaja BLR, Sari Multala FIN and Tania Calles-Wolf MEX. A good start had also Nathalie Brugger SUI with the day ranks 4 and 9 bringing her on the 8th place. Manon Luther SUI is 67th, Nigina Römer 106th (25th U18) of the 133 participants from 55 nations. The results and the daily report.
Friday, November 21, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial Women's World Championship 2012 begins today at the German Baltic Sea coast off Boltenhagen, same venue as for the Lasers Standard last week. 135 participants from 55 nations are on the entry list, among them the previous World Champions and favorites for the 2012 title Marit Bouwmeester NED defending champion, Lijia Xu CHN, Krystal Weir AUS or Gintare Scheidt LTU. The most prominent name missing is Evi Van Acker BEL, a regular top 5 finisher. The event-website.
Friday, November 21, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial Women's World Championship 2012 begins today at the German Baltic Sea coast at Boltenhagen, same venue as the Lasers Standard. 135 participants from 55 nations are on the entry list, among them the previous World Champions and favorites for the 2012 title Marit Bouwmeester NED defending champion, Lijia Xu CHN, Krystal Weir AUS or Gintare Scheidt LTU. Missing is only Evi Van Acker BEL, a regular top 5 athlete. For Switzerland, Nathalie Brugger SUI, Manon Luther SUI and Nigina Römer SUI are on the list of participants. The event-website.
 
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Thursday, November 20, 2014   
The final races continued yesterday late in the afternoon after a long waiting period for the wind. With only 8-10 kn after the strong breeze of the previous day, new faces showed up on top of the race rankings. Winners of the day were Zhang Dnongshuang CHN and Erika Reineke USA, who clearly leads in the U-21-rankings. In spite of mediocre race finishes (14/12), Lijia Xu CHN remained on the first place, but Gintare Scheidt LTU reduced the gap on 7 points, while Allison Young GBR on the 3rd place is only one point farther back. The two final races today still open medal opportunities for Sari Multala FIN and the defending Champion Marit Bouwmeester NED. The results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Thursday, November 20, 2014   
The final races continued yesterday late in the afternoon after a long waiting period for the wind. With only 8-10 kn after the strong breeze of the previous day, new faces showed up on top of the race rankings. Winners of the day were Zhang Dnongshuang CHN and Erika Reineke USA, who clearly leads in the U-21-rankings. In spite of mediocre race finishes (14/12), Lijia Xu CHN remained on the first place, but Gintare Scheidt LTU reduced the gap on 7 points, while Allison Young GBR on the 3rd place is only one point farther back. The two final races today still open medal opportunities for Sari Multala FIN and the defending Champion Marit Bouwmeester NED. Nathalie Brugger SUI dropped on rank 32 far below her standard. The results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Thursday, November 20, 2014   
Sun, cool temperatures and fresh winds of up to 28 kn prevailed on the last day of the qualifications for the Gold-, Silver or Bronzefleet. Sari Multala FIN is the new overall leader finishing 1 and 2 yesterday, followed three points behind by Lijia Xu CHN. Allison Young GBR is now third. The points' gaps remain small and more position changes will occur in the next races. The results.
In the U-21-rankings, Erika Reineke USA has again replace Marie Boulou FRA on top. The daily report and the video-interviews.
Thursday, November 20, 2014   
Sun, cool temperatures and fresh winds of up to 28 kn prevailed on the last day of the qualifications for the Gold-, Silver or Bronzefleet. Sari Multala FIN is the new overall leader finishing 1 and 2 yesterday, followed three points behind by Lijia Xu CHN. Allison Young GBR is now third. The points' gaps remain small and more position changes will certainly occur. Nathalie Brugger SUI on the 21st place qualified for the Goldfleet, as Manon Luther SUI just did on rank 55. The results.
In the U-21-rankings, Erika Reineke USA has again replace Marie Boulou FRA on top. The daily report and the video-interviews.
Thursday, November 20, 2014   
Tactically challenging conditions with mildly oscillating winds from 15 to 20 knots in today's races lead to interesting changes in the results at the top of the leader board. In uncharacteristically rough waters for Boltenhagen there were several capsizes during the races and black flags at the starts. Alison Young (GBR) was able to discard her 39 points from the very fist race of the series and moves up from 31st to first place in the overall results with a second place and a win. Only four points behind is Lija Xu from China who was fifth in the first race and won the yellow fleet's second race. In third place with eight points like Lija Xu is Cecilia Carranza Saroli (ARG) who came second in the first race but had to discard her 14th place from the second race. Sari Multala FIN is now 4th, the defending champion Marit Bouwmeester NED advanced on rank 5. The results after 4 races. First in the U21-rankings are with the same number of points Erika Reinecke USA and Marie Boulou FRA. The event website.
Thursday, November 20, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial World Championship 2012 began yesterday off Boltenhagen GER with two races sailed in a freshening breeze of up to 20 kn. The unconstant wind from the shore created difficult sailing conditions. Cecilia Carranza ARG finishing 1 and 5, had the best opening day, leading by a small margin ahead of Tatiana Droszdovskaja BLR, Sari Multala FIN and Tania Calles-Wolf MEX. 133 participants from 55 nations. The results and the daily report.
Thursday, November 20, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial World Championship 2012 began yesterday off Boltenhagen GER with two races sailed in a freshening breeze of up to 20 kn. The unconstant wind from the shore created difficult sailiing conditions. Cecilia Carranza ARG finishing 1 and 5, had the best opening day, leading by a small margin ahead of Tatiana Droszdovskaja BLR, Sari Multala FIN and Tania Calles-Wolf MEX. A good start had also Nathalie Brugger SUI with the day ranks 4 and 9 bringing her on the 8th place. Manon Luther SUI is 67th, Nigina Römer 106th (25th U18) of the 133 participants from 55 nations. The results and the daily report.
Thursday, November 20, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial Women's World Championship 2012 begins today at the German Baltic Sea coast off Boltenhagen, same venue as for the Lasers Standard last week. 135 participants from 55 nations are on the entry list, among them the previous World Champions and favorites for the 2012 title Marit Bouwmeester NED defending champion, Lijia Xu CHN, Krystal Weir AUS or Gintare Scheidt LTU. The most prominent name missing is Evi Van Acker BEL, a regular top 5 finisher. The event-website.
Thursday, November 20, 2014   
The Olympic Laser Radial Women's World Championship 2012 begins today at the German Baltic Sea coast at Boltenhagen, same venue as the Lasers Standard. 135 participants from 55 nations are on the entry list, among them the previous World Champions and favorites for the 2012 title Marit Bouwmeester NED defending champion, Lijia Xu CHN, Krystal Weir AUS or Gintare Scheidt LTU. Missing is only Evi Van Acker BEL, a regular top 5 athlete. For Switzerland, Nathalie Brugger SUI, Manon Luther SUI and Nigina Römer SUI are on the list of participants. The event-website.
 
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