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Olympic Classes - Kiel Week 2012 - Kiel GER

Saturday, 16. June 2012– Wednesday, 20. June 2012

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Friday, August 22, 2014   
Philipp Buhl GER secured his second Worldcup victory after Hyères thanks to his Medal Race victory. Simon Grotelüschen GER, the German Olympic Laser sailor selected for Weymouth, has to content himself with the second place. Andrew Maloney NZL took Bronze.
Tatjana Droszdovskaja BLR decided the tie-break in the Lasers Radial in her favor, letting Franziska Golz GER by two points behind on rank 3. Anna Weinzieher POL finished 3rd. All ranking lists and the report.
Friday, August 22, 2014   
Philipp Buhl GER secured his second Worldcup victory after Hyères thanks to his Medal Race victory. Simon Grotelüschen GER, the German Olympic Laser sailor selected for Weymouth, has to content himself with the second place. Andrew Maloney NZL took Bronze. Sailing the Medal Race was also Christoph Bottoni SUI (yesterday's ranking list was amended), and thanks to a good 4th place, he finished the Kiel Week on rank 7 obtaining Worldcup points for the 3rd time this season. Disregarding these remarkable results and the time and financial investments made by the athlete during the past 10 years, Swiss Sailing Team AG refrained from requesting an exceptional selection with Swiss Olympic in the interest of the athlete and Laser sailing in Switzerland.
Tatjana Droszdovskaja BLR decided the tie-break in the Lasers Radial in her favor, letting Franziska Golz GER by two points behind on rank 3. Anna Weinzieher POL finished 3rd. The Youth sailor Carli Ochs SUI did not sail during the last days of her first Worldcup event and finished 40th . All ranking lists and the report.
Friday, August 22, 2014   
The Paralympic one-person keelboat, the 2.4 mR, finished the competions with two more races, without Medal Race. Damien Séguin FRA was again the best of the day and finished clearly ahead of Thierry Schmitter NED and Heiko Kröger GER. 35 sailors from 13 nations participated. The rankings and the report.
Friday, August 22, 2014   
The Olympic Classes Kiel Week continued yesterday with more races after a thunderstorm-caused interruption at noon. After having started the Week rather slowly, the German Olympic representatives Schadewaldt/Baumann GER have now taken the lead in the 49ers, 4 points ahead of Frei/Rocherieux FRA as well as Heil/Plössel GER. The favorites Deniss Karpak EST and Brendan Casey AUS maintain their clear advantage in the Finn. Caleb Paine USA follows on the 3rd place. Separated by two points only are the first four teams in the 470 men. Masilge/Klingenberg GER lead closely followed by Naujock/Schröder GER and Tobiasen/Johansen DEN. In the 470 women, Bochmann/Panuschka GER are one point ahead of Lutz/Beucke GER. Scszesna/Mrozek POL are 3. All results and the daily report.
Friday, August 22, 2014   
The situation is full of suspense in both Laser Classes. In the Lasers Standard, the German Olympian Simon Grotelüschen GER is in the lead at equal points with Philipp Buhl GER. Andrew Maloney NZL follows on the 3rd place eight points behind.
A joint leadership exists in the Lasers Radial as well with Franziska Goltz GER and Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR on top with the same number of points. Ten points behind follows Anna Weinzieher POL as 3rd. All results and the report.
Friday, August 22, 2014   (Image © Juerg Kaufmann)
The situation is full of suspense in both Laser Classes. In the Lasers Standard, the German Olympian Simon Grotelüschen GER is in the lead at equal points with Philipp Buhl GER. Andrew Maloney NZL follows on the 3rd place eight points behind. Christoph Bottoni SUI was forced to abandon a race and dropped on rank 15.
A joint leadership exists in the Lasers Radial as well with Franziska Goltz GER and Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR on top with the same number of points. Ten points behind follows Anna Weinzieher POL as 3rd. The Youth sailor Carli Ochs SUI is on rank 40 in her first important international event. All results and the report.
Friday, August 22, 2014   
Finishing 2nd in the only race of the day, the World Champion Damien Séguin FRA slightly extended his lead in the 2.4mR. Thierry Schmitter NED follows 3 points behind, while the winner of the day's race Heiko Kröger GER is new on rank 3. The results and the daily report
Friday, August 22, 2014   (Image © www.segel-bilder.de)
The wind filled in with up to 5 bft on the second day of the 2012 Kiel Week, and above all the German boats shined with good performances. In the 49ers, Peters/Fitzgerald GBR defended their lead, but Heil/Plössel GER are now only one point behind. A triple German leads now in the 470 men with the Olympians Gerz/Follmann GER four points in front of Masilge/Klingenberg GER. In the 470 women, Bochmann/Panuschka GER and Lutz/Beucke GER are tied on top. The best Finn is undoubtedly Deniss Karpak EST in front of Brendan Casey AUS and Caleb Paine USA. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Friday, August 22, 2014   
Windy conditions prevailed on the Bay of Kiel - up to 5 bft - and excellent performances of the German hopefuls for the 2012 Olympic Regattas were noticed. In the Lasers Standard, Simon Grotelüschen GER has taken the overall lead with two day wins, ahead of his team mate and sparring partner Philipp Buhl GER with the same number of points. Thorbjörn Schierup DEN follows on rank 3.
In the Lasers Radial, Franziska Goltz GER has taken the lead ahead of Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR at equal points. Lisa Fasselt GER follows on the 3rd place. The rankings and the daily report.
Friday, August 22, 2014   (Image © Juerg Kaufmann)
Windy conditions on the Bay of Kiel - up to 5 bft - and excellent performances of the German hopefuls for the 2012 Olympic Regattas. In the Lasers Standard, Simon Grotelüschen GER has taken the overall lead with two day wins, ahead of his team mate and sparring partner Philipp Buhl GER with the same number of points. Thorbjörn Schierup DEN follows on rank 3. With the day ranks 8 and 3, Cristoph Bottoni SUI advanced on rank 8 overall.
In the Lasers Radial, Franziska Goltz GER has taken the lead ahead of Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR at equal points. Lisa Fasselt GER follows on the 3rd place. Carli Ochs SUI finished only one of the three races and is now on position 40. The rankings and the daily report.
Friday, August 22, 2014   (Image © www.segel-bilder.de)
The usual favorites occupy the top positions in the Paralympic one-person-keelboat, the 2.4 mR. Damien Séguin FRA leads after four races one point ahead of Thierry Schmitter NED, Hans Asklund SWE follows on rank 3. 35 sailors from 12 nations participate. The results.
Friday, August 22, 2014   (Image © www.segel-bilder.de)
Moderate conditions prevailed yesterday on the first day of the Kiel Week, and all classes sailed 3 races each. Peters/Fitzgerald GBR are the first leaders in the 49ers, followed - with the same number of points - by Zajac/Czajka AUT and Ribaud/Scotto FRA. In the 470 men, Bargehr/Mähr AUT are on top ahead of AutenriethAutenrieth GER and Gerz/Follmann GER. The best 470 women team are Lutz/Beucke GER followed by Szscena/Mrocek POL and Mulder/Marck NED. Two races were sailed in the Finns, where Deniss Karpak EST leads ahead of Brendan Casey AUS and Björn Allanson SWE. The RS:X-windsurfers male and female, as well as the Matchrace ladies are not competing in Kiel. The Starboats will start next week in the non-Olympic (!) program only. All results and the daily report.
Friday, August 22, 2014   (Image © Otto Kasch)
The two Laser Classes sailed their first Kiel Week 2012 races yesterday in moderate winds. Philipp Buhl GER has clearly taken the lead with the day ranks 1/2/1, ahead of Thorbjörn Schierup DEN and Jonas Stelmaszyk POL. 73 Lasers from 18 nations participate.
With Tatjana Droszdovskaja BLR, it is the favorite in the Lasers Radial taking the first place after two races, followed by Julia Carlsson SWE and Silvia Zennaro ITA. 41 Radials from 14 nations participate. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Friday, August 22, 2014   
Today begins the Olympic part of the 2012 Kiel Week, the last event of the ISAF Olympic Worldcup, ending next Wednesday. The Women Matchracers are not competing, and it is not certain, whether the RS:X windsurfers, with only a small number on the entrylists, will be allowed to start. The participants enrolled are mostly development teams and amateurs, as the Olympic candidats apparently preferred to prepare their most important competition of the last four years either already in England, or at a 'secret' place. With Andy Maloney NZL in the Lasers, Rohart/Rambeau FRA in the Starboats, Deniss Karpak EST and Brendan Casey AUS in the Finns, as well as Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR in the Lasers Radial, some top athletes have nevertheless chosen to do their last racing tune-up at the traditional Kiel Week. Today and tomorrow, fresh westerly winds will prevail. The lists of participants and the event-website.
Friday, August 22, 2014   
Today begins the Olympic part of the 2012 Kiel Week, the last event of the ISAF Olympic Worldcup, lasting until next Wednesday. The Women Matchracers are competing, and it is not certain, whether the RS:X windsurfers, where only a few are on the entrylists, will be allowed to start. The participants enrolled are mostly development teams, as the Olympic candidats apparently preferred to prepare their most important competition of the last four years either already in England, or at a 'secret' place. With Andy Maloney NZL in the Lasers, Rohart/Rambeau FRA in the Starboats, Deniss Karpak EST and Brendan Casey AUS in the Finns, as well as Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR in the Lasers Radial, some top athletes have nevertheless chosen to do their last racing tune-up at the traditional Kiel Week. The only Swiss on the entrylists are Christoph Bottoni SUI in the Lasers and Carli Ochs SUI in the Lasers Radial. Today and tomorrow, fresh westerly winds will prevail. The lists of participants and the event-website.
 
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Thursday, August 21, 2014   
Philipp Buhl GER secured his second Worldcup victory after Hyères thanks to his Medal Race victory. Simon Grotelüschen GER, the German Olympic Laser sailor selected for Weymouth, has to content himself with the second place. Andrew Maloney NZL took Bronze.
Tatjana Droszdovskaja BLR decided the tie-break in the Lasers Radial in her favor, letting Franziska Golz GER by two points behind on rank 3. Anna Weinzieher POL finished 3rd. All ranking lists and the report.
Thursday, August 21, 2014   
Philipp Buhl GER secured his second Worldcup victory after Hyères thanks to his Medal Race victory. Simon Grotelüschen GER, the German Olympic Laser sailor selected for Weymouth, has to content himself with the second place. Andrew Maloney NZL took Bronze. Sailing the Medal Race was also Christoph Bottoni SUI (yesterday's ranking list was amended), and thanks to a good 4th place, he finished the Kiel Week on rank 7 obtaining Worldcup points for the 3rd time this season. Disregarding these remarkable results and the time and financial investments made by the athlete during the past 10 years, Swiss Sailing Team AG refrained from requesting an exceptional selection with Swiss Olympic in the interest of the athlete and Laser sailing in Switzerland.
Tatjana Droszdovskaja BLR decided the tie-break in the Lasers Radial in her favor, letting Franziska Golz GER by two points behind on rank 3. Anna Weinzieher POL finished 3rd. The Youth sailor Carli Ochs SUI did not sail during the last days of her first Worldcup event and finished 40th . All ranking lists and the report.
Thursday, August 21, 2014   
The Paralympic one-person keelboat, the 2.4 mR, finished the competions with two more races, without Medal Race. Damien Séguin FRA was again the best of the day and finished clearly ahead of Thierry Schmitter NED and Heiko Kröger GER. 35 sailors from 13 nations participated. The rankings and the report.
Thursday, August 21, 2014   
The Olympic Classes Kiel Week continued yesterday with more races after a thunderstorm-caused interruption at noon. After having started the Week rather slowly, the German Olympic representatives Schadewaldt/Baumann GER have now taken the lead in the 49ers, 4 points ahead of Frei/Rocherieux FRA as well as Heil/Plössel GER. The favorites Deniss Karpak EST and Brendan Casey AUS maintain their clear advantage in the Finn. Caleb Paine USA follows on the 3rd place. Separated by two points only are the first four teams in the 470 men. Masilge/Klingenberg GER lead closely followed by Naujock/Schröder GER and Tobiasen/Johansen DEN. In the 470 women, Bochmann/Panuschka GER are one point ahead of Lutz/Beucke GER. Scszesna/Mrozek POL are 3. All results and the daily report.
Thursday, August 21, 2014   
The situation is full of suspense in both Laser Classes. In the Lasers Standard, the German Olympian Simon Grotelüschen GER is in the lead at equal points with Philipp Buhl GER. Andrew Maloney NZL follows on the 3rd place eight points behind.
A joint leadership exists in the Lasers Radial as well with Franziska Goltz GER and Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR on top with the same number of points. Ten points behind follows Anna Weinzieher POL as 3rd. All results and the report.
Thursday, August 21, 2014   (Image © Juerg Kaufmann)
The situation is full of suspense in both Laser Classes. In the Lasers Standard, the German Olympian Simon Grotelüschen GER is in the lead at equal points with Philipp Buhl GER. Andrew Maloney NZL follows on the 3rd place eight points behind. Christoph Bottoni SUI was forced to abandon a race and dropped on rank 15.
A joint leadership exists in the Lasers Radial as well with Franziska Goltz GER and Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR on top with the same number of points. Ten points behind follows Anna Weinzieher POL as 3rd. The Youth sailor Carli Ochs SUI is on rank 40 in her first important international event. All results and the report.
Thursday, August 21, 2014   
Finishing 2nd in the only race of the day, the World Champion Damien Séguin FRA slightly extended his lead in the 2.4mR. Thierry Schmitter NED follows 3 points behind, while the winner of the day's race Heiko Kröger GER is new on rank 3. The results and the daily report
Thursday, August 21, 2014   (Image © www.segel-bilder.de)
The wind filled in with up to 5 bft on the second day of the 2012 Kiel Week, and above all the German boats shined with good performances. In the 49ers, Peters/Fitzgerald GBR defended their lead, but Heil/Plössel GER are now only one point behind. A triple German leads now in the 470 men with the Olympians Gerz/Follmann GER four points in front of Masilge/Klingenberg GER. In the 470 women, Bochmann/Panuschka GER and Lutz/Beucke GER are tied on top. The best Finn is undoubtedly Deniss Karpak EST in front of Brendan Casey AUS and Caleb Paine USA. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Thursday, August 21, 2014   
Windy conditions prevailed on the Bay of Kiel - up to 5 bft - and excellent performances of the German hopefuls for the 2012 Olympic Regattas were noticed. In the Lasers Standard, Simon Grotelüschen GER has taken the overall lead with two day wins, ahead of his team mate and sparring partner Philipp Buhl GER with the same number of points. Thorbjörn Schierup DEN follows on rank 3.
In the Lasers Radial, Franziska Goltz GER has taken the lead ahead of Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR at equal points. Lisa Fasselt GER follows on the 3rd place. The rankings and the daily report.
Thursday, August 21, 2014   (Image © Juerg Kaufmann)
Windy conditions on the Bay of Kiel - up to 5 bft - and excellent performances of the German hopefuls for the 2012 Olympic Regattas. In the Lasers Standard, Simon Grotelüschen GER has taken the overall lead with two day wins, ahead of his team mate and sparring partner Philipp Buhl GER with the same number of points. Thorbjörn Schierup DEN follows on rank 3. With the day ranks 8 and 3, Cristoph Bottoni SUI advanced on rank 8 overall.
In the Lasers Radial, Franziska Goltz GER has taken the lead ahead of Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR at equal points. Lisa Fasselt GER follows on the 3rd place. Carli Ochs SUI finished only one of the three races and is now on position 40. The rankings and the daily report.
Thursday, August 21, 2014   (Image © www.segel-bilder.de)
The usual favorites occupy the top positions in the Paralympic one-person-keelboat, the 2.4 mR. Damien Séguin FRA leads after four races one point ahead of Thierry Schmitter NED, Hans Asklund SWE follows on rank 3. 35 sailors from 12 nations participate. The results.
Thursday, August 21, 2014   (Image © www.segel-bilder.de)
Moderate conditions prevailed yesterday on the first day of the Kiel Week, and all classes sailed 3 races each. Peters/Fitzgerald GBR are the first leaders in the 49ers, followed - with the same number of points - by Zajac/Czajka AUT and Ribaud/Scotto FRA. In the 470 men, Bargehr/Mähr AUT are on top ahead of AutenriethAutenrieth GER and Gerz/Follmann GER. The best 470 women team are Lutz/Beucke GER followed by Szscena/Mrocek POL and Mulder/Marck NED. Two races were sailed in the Finns, where Deniss Karpak EST leads ahead of Brendan Casey AUS and Björn Allanson SWE. The RS:X-windsurfers male and female, as well as the Matchrace ladies are not competing in Kiel. The Starboats will start next week in the non-Olympic (!) program only. All results and the daily report.
Thursday, August 21, 2014   (Image © Otto Kasch)
The two Laser Classes sailed their first Kiel Week 2012 races yesterday in moderate winds. Philipp Buhl GER has clearly taken the lead with the day ranks 1/2/1, ahead of Thorbjörn Schierup DEN and Jonas Stelmaszyk POL. 73 Lasers from 18 nations participate.
With Tatjana Droszdovskaja BLR, it is the favorite in the Lasers Radial taking the first place after two races, followed by Julia Carlsson SWE and Silvia Zennaro ITA. 41 Radials from 14 nations participate. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Thursday, August 21, 2014   
Today begins the Olympic part of the 2012 Kiel Week, the last event of the ISAF Olympic Worldcup, ending next Wednesday. The Women Matchracers are not competing, and it is not certain, whether the RS:X windsurfers, with only a small number on the entrylists, will be allowed to start. The participants enrolled are mostly development teams and amateurs, as the Olympic candidats apparently preferred to prepare their most important competition of the last four years either already in England, or at a 'secret' place. With Andy Maloney NZL in the Lasers, Rohart/Rambeau FRA in the Starboats, Deniss Karpak EST and Brendan Casey AUS in the Finns, as well as Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR in the Lasers Radial, some top athletes have nevertheless chosen to do their last racing tune-up at the traditional Kiel Week. Today and tomorrow, fresh westerly winds will prevail. The lists of participants and the event-website.
Thursday, August 21, 2014   
Today begins the Olympic part of the 2012 Kiel Week, the last event of the ISAF Olympic Worldcup, lasting until next Wednesday. The Women Matchracers are competing, and it is not certain, whether the RS:X windsurfers, where only a few are on the entrylists, will be allowed to start. The participants enrolled are mostly development teams, as the Olympic candidats apparently preferred to prepare their most important competition of the last four years either already in England, or at a 'secret' place. With Andy Maloney NZL in the Lasers, Rohart/Rambeau FRA in the Starboats, Deniss Karpak EST and Brendan Casey AUS in the Finns, as well as Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR in the Lasers Radial, some top athletes have nevertheless chosen to do their last racing tune-up at the traditional Kiel Week. The only Swiss on the entrylists are Christoph Bottoni SUI in the Lasers and Carli Ochs SUI in the Lasers Radial. Today and tomorrow, fresh westerly winds will prevail. The lists of participants and the event-website.
 
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Wednesday, August 20, 2014   
Philipp Buhl GER secured his second Worldcup victory after Hyères thanks to his Medal Race victory. Simon Grotelüschen GER, the German Olympic Laser sailor selected for Weymouth, has to content himself with the second place. Andrew Maloney NZL took Bronze.
Tatjana Droszdovskaja BLR decided the tie-break in the Lasers Radial in her favor, letting Franziska Golz GER by two points behind on rank 3. Anna Weinzieher POL finished 3rd. All ranking lists and the report.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   
Philipp Buhl GER secured his second Worldcup victory after Hyères thanks to his Medal Race victory. Simon Grotelüschen GER, the German Olympic Laser sailor selected for Weymouth, has to content himself with the second place. Andrew Maloney NZL took Bronze. Sailing the Medal Race was also Christoph Bottoni SUI (yesterday's ranking list was amended), and thanks to a good 4th place, he finished the Kiel Week on rank 7 obtaining Worldcup points for the 3rd time this season. Disregarding these remarkable results and the time and financial investments made by the athlete during the past 10 years, Swiss Sailing Team AG refrained from requesting an exceptional selection with Swiss Olympic in the interest of the athlete and Laser sailing in Switzerland.
Tatjana Droszdovskaja BLR decided the tie-break in the Lasers Radial in her favor, letting Franziska Golz GER by two points behind on rank 3. Anna Weinzieher POL finished 3rd. The Youth sailor Carli Ochs SUI did not sail during the last days of her first Worldcup event and finished 40th . All ranking lists and the report.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   
The Paralympic one-person keelboat, the 2.4 mR, finished the competions with two more races, without Medal Race. Damien Séguin FRA was again the best of the day and finished clearly ahead of Thierry Schmitter NED and Heiko Kröger GER. 35 sailors from 13 nations participated. The rankings and the report.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   
The Olympic Classes Kiel Week continued yesterday with more races after a thunderstorm-caused interruption at noon. After having started the Week rather slowly, the German Olympic representatives Schadewaldt/Baumann GER have now taken the lead in the 49ers, 4 points ahead of Frei/Rocherieux FRA as well as Heil/Plössel GER. The favorites Deniss Karpak EST and Brendan Casey AUS maintain their clear advantage in the Finn. Caleb Paine USA follows on the 3rd place. Separated by two points only are the first four teams in the 470 men. Masilge/Klingenberg GER lead closely followed by Naujock/Schröder GER and Tobiasen/Johansen DEN. In the 470 women, Bochmann/Panuschka GER are one point ahead of Lutz/Beucke GER. Scszesna/Mrozek POL are 3. All results and the daily report.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   
The situation is full of suspense in both Laser Classes. In the Lasers Standard, the German Olympian Simon Grotelüschen GER is in the lead at equal points with Philipp Buhl GER. Andrew Maloney NZL follows on the 3rd place eight points behind.
A joint leadership exists in the Lasers Radial as well with Franziska Goltz GER and Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR on top with the same number of points. Ten points behind follows Anna Weinzieher POL as 3rd. All results and the report.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   (Image © Juerg Kaufmann)
The situation is full of suspense in both Laser Classes. In the Lasers Standard, the German Olympian Simon Grotelüschen GER is in the lead at equal points with Philipp Buhl GER. Andrew Maloney NZL follows on the 3rd place eight points behind. Christoph Bottoni SUI was forced to abandon a race and dropped on rank 15.
A joint leadership exists in the Lasers Radial as well with Franziska Goltz GER and Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR on top with the same number of points. Ten points behind follows Anna Weinzieher POL as 3rd. The Youth sailor Carli Ochs SUI is on rank 40 in her first important international event. All results and the report.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   
Finishing 2nd in the only race of the day, the World Champion Damien Séguin FRA slightly extended his lead in the 2.4mR. Thierry Schmitter NED follows 3 points behind, while the winner of the day's race Heiko Kröger GER is new on rank 3. The results and the daily report
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   (Image © www.segel-bilder.de)
The wind filled in with up to 5 bft on the second day of the 2012 Kiel Week, and above all the German boats shined with good performances. In the 49ers, Peters/Fitzgerald GBR defended their lead, but Heil/Plössel GER are now only one point behind. A triple German leads now in the 470 men with the Olympians Gerz/Follmann GER four points in front of Masilge/Klingenberg GER. In the 470 women, Bochmann/Panuschka GER and Lutz/Beucke GER are tied on top. The best Finn is undoubtedly Deniss Karpak EST in front of Brendan Casey AUS and Caleb Paine USA. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   
Windy conditions prevailed on the Bay of Kiel - up to 5 bft - and excellent performances of the German hopefuls for the 2012 Olympic Regattas were noticed. In the Lasers Standard, Simon Grotelüschen GER has taken the overall lead with two day wins, ahead of his team mate and sparring partner Philipp Buhl GER with the same number of points. Thorbjörn Schierup DEN follows on rank 3.
In the Lasers Radial, Franziska Goltz GER has taken the lead ahead of Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR at equal points. Lisa Fasselt GER follows on the 3rd place. The rankings and the daily report.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   (Image © Juerg Kaufmann)
Windy conditions on the Bay of Kiel - up to 5 bft - and excellent performances of the German hopefuls for the 2012 Olympic Regattas. In the Lasers Standard, Simon Grotelüschen GER has taken the overall lead with two day wins, ahead of his team mate and sparring partner Philipp Buhl GER with the same number of points. Thorbjörn Schierup DEN follows on rank 3. With the day ranks 8 and 3, Cristoph Bottoni SUI advanced on rank 8 overall.
In the Lasers Radial, Franziska Goltz GER has taken the lead ahead of Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR at equal points. Lisa Fasselt GER follows on the 3rd place. Carli Ochs SUI finished only one of the three races and is now on position 40. The rankings and the daily report.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   (Image © www.segel-bilder.de)
The usual favorites occupy the top positions in the Paralympic one-person-keelboat, the 2.4 mR. Damien Séguin FRA leads after four races one point ahead of Thierry Schmitter NED, Hans Asklund SWE follows on rank 3. 35 sailors from 12 nations participate. The results.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   (Image © www.segel-bilder.de)
Moderate conditions prevailed yesterday on the first day of the Kiel Week, and all classes sailed 3 races each. Peters/Fitzgerald GBR are the first leaders in the 49ers, followed - with the same number of points - by Zajac/Czajka AUT and Ribaud/Scotto FRA. In the 470 men, Bargehr/Mähr AUT are on top ahead of AutenriethAutenrieth GER and Gerz/Follmann GER. The best 470 women team are Lutz/Beucke GER followed by Szscena/Mrocek POL and Mulder/Marck NED. Two races were sailed in the Finns, where Deniss Karpak EST leads ahead of Brendan Casey AUS and Björn Allanson SWE. The RS:X-windsurfers male and female, as well as the Matchrace ladies are not competing in Kiel. The Starboats will start next week in the non-Olympic (!) program only. All results and the daily report.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   (Image © Otto Kasch)
The two Laser Classes sailed their first Kiel Week 2012 races yesterday in moderate winds. Philipp Buhl GER has clearly taken the lead with the day ranks 1/2/1, ahead of Thorbjörn Schierup DEN and Jonas Stelmaszyk POL. 73 Lasers from 18 nations participate.
With Tatjana Droszdovskaja BLR, it is the favorite in the Lasers Radial taking the first place after two races, followed by Julia Carlsson SWE and Silvia Zennaro ITA. 41 Radials from 14 nations participate. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   
Today begins the Olympic part of the 2012 Kiel Week, the last event of the ISAF Olympic Worldcup, ending next Wednesday. The Women Matchracers are not competing, and it is not certain, whether the RS:X windsurfers, with only a small number on the entrylists, will be allowed to start. The participants enrolled are mostly development teams and amateurs, as the Olympic candidats apparently preferred to prepare their most important competition of the last four years either already in England, or at a 'secret' place. With Andy Maloney NZL in the Lasers, Rohart/Rambeau FRA in the Starboats, Deniss Karpak EST and Brendan Casey AUS in the Finns, as well as Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR in the Lasers Radial, some top athletes have nevertheless chosen to do their last racing tune-up at the traditional Kiel Week. Today and tomorrow, fresh westerly winds will prevail. The lists of participants and the event-website.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014   
Today begins the Olympic part of the 2012 Kiel Week, the last event of the ISAF Olympic Worldcup, lasting until next Wednesday. The Women Matchracers are competing, and it is not certain, whether the RS:X windsurfers, where only a few are on the entrylists, will be allowed to start. The participants enrolled are mostly development teams, as the Olympic candidats apparently preferred to prepare their most important competition of the last four years either already in England, or at a 'secret' place. With Andy Maloney NZL in the Lasers, Rohart/Rambeau FRA in the Starboats, Deniss Karpak EST and Brendan Casey AUS in the Finns, as well as Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR in the Lasers Radial, some top athletes have nevertheless chosen to do their last racing tune-up at the traditional Kiel Week. The only Swiss on the entrylists are Christoph Bottoni SUI in the Lasers and Carli Ochs SUI in the Lasers Radial. Today and tomorrow, fresh westerly winds will prevail. The lists of participants and the event-website.
 
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Tuesday, August 19, 2014   
Philipp Buhl GER secured his second Worldcup victory after Hyères thanks to his Medal Race victory. Simon Grotelüschen GER, the German Olympic Laser sailor selected for Weymouth, has to content himself with the second place. Andrew Maloney NZL took Bronze.
Tatjana Droszdovskaja BLR decided the tie-break in the Lasers Radial in her favor, letting Franziska Golz GER by two points behind on rank 3. Anna Weinzieher POL finished 3rd. All ranking lists and the report.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   
Philipp Buhl GER secured his second Worldcup victory after Hyères thanks to his Medal Race victory. Simon Grotelüschen GER, the German Olympic Laser sailor selected for Weymouth, has to content himself with the second place. Andrew Maloney NZL took Bronze. Sailing the Medal Race was also Christoph Bottoni SUI (yesterday's ranking list was amended), and thanks to a good 4th place, he finished the Kiel Week on rank 7 obtaining Worldcup points for the 3rd time this season. Disregarding these remarkable results and the time and financial investments made by the athlete during the past 10 years, Swiss Sailing Team AG refrained from requesting an exceptional selection with Swiss Olympic in the interest of the athlete and Laser sailing in Switzerland.
Tatjana Droszdovskaja BLR decided the tie-break in the Lasers Radial in her favor, letting Franziska Golz GER by two points behind on rank 3. Anna Weinzieher POL finished 3rd. The Youth sailor Carli Ochs SUI did not sail during the last days of her first Worldcup event and finished 40th . All ranking lists and the report.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   
The Paralympic one-person keelboat, the 2.4 mR, finished the competions with two more races, without Medal Race. Damien Séguin FRA was again the best of the day and finished clearly ahead of Thierry Schmitter NED and Heiko Kröger GER. 35 sailors from 13 nations participated. The rankings and the report.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   
The Olympic Classes Kiel Week continued yesterday with more races after a thunderstorm-caused interruption at noon. After having started the Week rather slowly, the German Olympic representatives Schadewaldt/Baumann GER have now taken the lead in the 49ers, 4 points ahead of Frei/Rocherieux FRA as well as Heil/Plössel GER. The favorites Deniss Karpak EST and Brendan Casey AUS maintain their clear advantage in the Finn. Caleb Paine USA follows on the 3rd place. Separated by two points only are the first four teams in the 470 men. Masilge/Klingenberg GER lead closely followed by Naujock/Schröder GER and Tobiasen/Johansen DEN. In the 470 women, Bochmann/Panuschka GER are one point ahead of Lutz/Beucke GER. Scszesna/Mrozek POL are 3. All results and the daily report.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   
The situation is full of suspense in both Laser Classes. In the Lasers Standard, the German Olympian Simon Grotelüschen GER is in the lead at equal points with Philipp Buhl GER. Andrew Maloney NZL follows on the 3rd place eight points behind.
A joint leadership exists in the Lasers Radial as well with Franziska Goltz GER and Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR on top with the same number of points. Ten points behind follows Anna Weinzieher POL as 3rd. All results and the report.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   (Image © Juerg Kaufmann)
The situation is full of suspense in both Laser Classes. In the Lasers Standard, the German Olympian Simon Grotelüschen GER is in the lead at equal points with Philipp Buhl GER. Andrew Maloney NZL follows on the 3rd place eight points behind. Christoph Bottoni SUI was forced to abandon a race and dropped on rank 15.
A joint leadership exists in the Lasers Radial as well with Franziska Goltz GER and Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR on top with the same number of points. Ten points behind follows Anna Weinzieher POL as 3rd. The Youth sailor Carli Ochs SUI is on rank 40 in her first important international event. All results and the report.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   
Finishing 2nd in the only race of the day, the World Champion Damien Séguin FRA slightly extended his lead in the 2.4mR. Thierry Schmitter NED follows 3 points behind, while the winner of the day's race Heiko Kröger GER is new on rank 3. The results and the daily report
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   (Image © www.segel-bilder.de)
The wind filled in with up to 5 bft on the second day of the 2012 Kiel Week, and above all the German boats shined with good performances. In the 49ers, Peters/Fitzgerald GBR defended their lead, but Heil/Plössel GER are now only one point behind. A triple German leads now in the 470 men with the Olympians Gerz/Follmann GER four points in front of Masilge/Klingenberg GER. In the 470 women, Bochmann/Panuschka GER and Lutz/Beucke GER are tied on top. The best Finn is undoubtedly Deniss Karpak EST in front of Brendan Casey AUS and Caleb Paine USA. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   
Windy conditions prevailed on the Bay of Kiel - up to 5 bft - and excellent performances of the German hopefuls for the 2012 Olympic Regattas were noticed. In the Lasers Standard, Simon Grotelüschen GER has taken the overall lead with two day wins, ahead of his team mate and sparring partner Philipp Buhl GER with the same number of points. Thorbjörn Schierup DEN follows on rank 3.
In the Lasers Radial, Franziska Goltz GER has taken the lead ahead of Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR at equal points. Lisa Fasselt GER follows on the 3rd place. The rankings and the daily report.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   (Image © Juerg Kaufmann)
Windy conditions on the Bay of Kiel - up to 5 bft - and excellent performances of the German hopefuls for the 2012 Olympic Regattas. In the Lasers Standard, Simon Grotelüschen GER has taken the overall lead with two day wins, ahead of his team mate and sparring partner Philipp Buhl GER with the same number of points. Thorbjörn Schierup DEN follows on rank 3. With the day ranks 8 and 3, Cristoph Bottoni SUI advanced on rank 8 overall.
In the Lasers Radial, Franziska Goltz GER has taken the lead ahead of Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR at equal points. Lisa Fasselt GER follows on the 3rd place. Carli Ochs SUI finished only one of the three races and is now on position 40. The rankings and the daily report.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   (Image © www.segel-bilder.de)
The usual favorites occupy the top positions in the Paralympic one-person-keelboat, the 2.4 mR. Damien Séguin FRA leads after four races one point ahead of Thierry Schmitter NED, Hans Asklund SWE follows on rank 3. 35 sailors from 12 nations participate. The results.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   (Image © www.segel-bilder.de)
Moderate conditions prevailed yesterday on the first day of the Kiel Week, and all classes sailed 3 races each. Peters/Fitzgerald GBR are the first leaders in the 49ers, followed - with the same number of points - by Zajac/Czajka AUT and Ribaud/Scotto FRA. In the 470 men, Bargehr/Mähr AUT are on top ahead of AutenriethAutenrieth GER and Gerz/Follmann GER. The best 470 women team are Lutz/Beucke GER followed by Szscena/Mrocek POL and Mulder/Marck NED. Two races were sailed in the Finns, where Deniss Karpak EST leads ahead of Brendan Casey AUS and Björn Allanson SWE. The RS:X-windsurfers male and female, as well as the Matchrace ladies are not competing in Kiel. The Starboats will start next week in the non-Olympic (!) program only. All results and the daily report.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   (Image © Otto Kasch)
The two Laser Classes sailed their first Kiel Week 2012 races yesterday in moderate winds. Philipp Buhl GER has clearly taken the lead with the day ranks 1/2/1, ahead of Thorbjörn Schierup DEN and Jonas Stelmaszyk POL. 73 Lasers from 18 nations participate.
With Tatjana Droszdovskaja BLR, it is the favorite in the Lasers Radial taking the first place after two races, followed by Julia Carlsson SWE and Silvia Zennaro ITA. 41 Radials from 14 nations participate. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   
Today begins the Olympic part of the 2012 Kiel Week, the last event of the ISAF Olympic Worldcup, ending next Wednesday. The Women Matchracers are not competing, and it is not certain, whether the RS:X windsurfers, with only a small number on the entrylists, will be allowed to start. The participants enrolled are mostly development teams and amateurs, as the Olympic candidats apparently preferred to prepare their most important competition of the last four years either already in England, or at a 'secret' place. With Andy Maloney NZL in the Lasers, Rohart/Rambeau FRA in the Starboats, Deniss Karpak EST and Brendan Casey AUS in the Finns, as well as Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR in the Lasers Radial, some top athletes have nevertheless chosen to do their last racing tune-up at the traditional Kiel Week. Today and tomorrow, fresh westerly winds will prevail. The lists of participants and the event-website.
Tuesday, August 19, 2014   
Today begins the Olympic part of the 2012 Kiel Week, the last event of the ISAF Olympic Worldcup, lasting until next Wednesday. The Women Matchracers are competing, and it is not certain, whether the RS:X windsurfers, where only a few are on the entrylists, will be allowed to start. The participants enrolled are mostly development teams, as the Olympic candidats apparently preferred to prepare their most important competition of the last four years either already in England, or at a 'secret' place. With Andy Maloney NZL in the Lasers, Rohart/Rambeau FRA in the Starboats, Deniss Karpak EST and Brendan Casey AUS in the Finns, as well as Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR in the Lasers Radial, some top athletes have nevertheless chosen to do their last racing tune-up at the traditional Kiel Week. The only Swiss on the entrylists are Christoph Bottoni SUI in the Lasers and Carli Ochs SUI in the Lasers Radial. Today and tomorrow, fresh westerly winds will prevail. The lists of participants and the event-website.
 
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Monday, August 18, 2014   
Philipp Buhl GER secured his second Worldcup victory after Hyères thanks to his Medal Race victory. Simon Grotelüschen GER, the German Olympic Laser sailor selected for Weymouth, has to content himself with the second place. Andrew Maloney NZL took Bronze.
Tatjana Droszdovskaja BLR decided the tie-break in the Lasers Radial in her favor, letting Franziska Golz GER by two points behind on rank 3. Anna Weinzieher POL finished 3rd. All ranking lists and the report.
Monday, August 18, 2014   
Philipp Buhl GER secured his second Worldcup victory after Hyères thanks to his Medal Race victory. Simon Grotelüschen GER, the German Olympic Laser sailor selected for Weymouth, has to content himself with the second place. Andrew Maloney NZL took Bronze. Sailing the Medal Race was also Christoph Bottoni SUI (yesterday's ranking list was amended), and thanks to a good 4th place, he finished the Kiel Week on rank 7 obtaining Worldcup points for the 3rd time this season. Disregarding these remarkable results and the time and financial investments made by the athlete during the past 10 years, Swiss Sailing Team AG refrained from requesting an exceptional selection with Swiss Olympic in the interest of the athlete and Laser sailing in Switzerland.
Tatjana Droszdovskaja BLR decided the tie-break in the Lasers Radial in her favor, letting Franziska Golz GER by two points behind on rank 3. Anna Weinzieher POL finished 3rd. The Youth sailor Carli Ochs SUI did not sail during the last days of her first Worldcup event and finished 40th . All ranking lists and the report.
Monday, August 18, 2014   
The Paralympic one-person keelboat, the 2.4 mR, finished the competions with two more races, without Medal Race. Damien Séguin FRA was again the best of the day and finished clearly ahead of Thierry Schmitter NED and Heiko Kröger GER. 35 sailors from 13 nations participated. The rankings and the report.
Monday, August 18, 2014   
The Olympic Classes Kiel Week continued yesterday with more races after a thunderstorm-caused interruption at noon. After having started the Week rather slowly, the German Olympic representatives Schadewaldt/Baumann GER have now taken the lead in the 49ers, 4 points ahead of Frei/Rocherieux FRA as well as Heil/Plössel GER. The favorites Deniss Karpak EST and Brendan Casey AUS maintain their clear advantage in the Finn. Caleb Paine USA follows on the 3rd place. Separated by two points only are the first four teams in the 470 men. Masilge/Klingenberg GER lead closely followed by Naujock/Schröder GER and Tobiasen/Johansen DEN. In the 470 women, Bochmann/Panuschka GER are one point ahead of Lutz/Beucke GER. Scszesna/Mrozek POL are 3. All results and the daily report.
Monday, August 18, 2014   
The situation is full of suspense in both Laser Classes. In the Lasers Standard, the German Olympian Simon Grotelüschen GER is in the lead at equal points with Philipp Buhl GER. Andrew Maloney NZL follows on the 3rd place eight points behind.
A joint leadership exists in the Lasers Radial as well with Franziska Goltz GER and Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR on top with the same number of points. Ten points behind follows Anna Weinzieher POL as 3rd. All results and the report.
Monday, August 18, 2014   (Image © Juerg Kaufmann)
The situation is full of suspense in both Laser Classes. In the Lasers Standard, the German Olympian Simon Grotelüschen GER is in the lead at equal points with Philipp Buhl GER. Andrew Maloney NZL follows on the 3rd place eight points behind. Christoph Bottoni SUI was forced to abandon a race and dropped on rank 15.
A joint leadership exists in the Lasers Radial as well with Franziska Goltz GER and Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR on top with the same number of points. Ten points behind follows Anna Weinzieher POL as 3rd. The Youth sailor Carli Ochs SUI is on rank 40 in her first important international event. All results and the report.
Monday, August 18, 2014   
Finishing 2nd in the only race of the day, the World Champion Damien Séguin FRA slightly extended his lead in the 2.4mR. Thierry Schmitter NED follows 3 points behind, while the winner of the day's race Heiko Kröger GER is new on rank 3. The results and the daily report
Monday, August 18, 2014   (Image © www.segel-bilder.de)
The wind filled in with up to 5 bft on the second day of the 2012 Kiel Week, and above all the German boats shined with good performances. In the 49ers, Peters/Fitzgerald GBR defended their lead, but Heil/Plössel GER are now only one point behind. A triple German leads now in the 470 men with the Olympians Gerz/Follmann GER four points in front of Masilge/Klingenberg GER. In the 470 women, Bochmann/Panuschka GER and Lutz/Beucke GER are tied on top. The best Finn is undoubtedly Deniss Karpak EST in front of Brendan Casey AUS and Caleb Paine USA. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Monday, August 18, 2014   
Windy conditions prevailed on the Bay of Kiel - up to 5 bft - and excellent performances of the German hopefuls for the 2012 Olympic Regattas were noticed. In the Lasers Standard, Simon Grotelüschen GER has taken the overall lead with two day wins, ahead of his team mate and sparring partner Philipp Buhl GER with the same number of points. Thorbjörn Schierup DEN follows on rank 3.
In the Lasers Radial, Franziska Goltz GER has taken the lead ahead of Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR at equal points. Lisa Fasselt GER follows on the 3rd place. The rankings and the daily report.
Monday, August 18, 2014   (Image © Juerg Kaufmann)
Windy conditions on the Bay of Kiel - up to 5 bft - and excellent performances of the German hopefuls for the 2012 Olympic Regattas. In the Lasers Standard, Simon Grotelüschen GER has taken the overall lead with two day wins, ahead of his team mate and sparring partner Philipp Buhl GER with the same number of points. Thorbjörn Schierup DEN follows on rank 3. With the day ranks 8 and 3, Cristoph Bottoni SUI advanced on rank 8 overall.
In the Lasers Radial, Franziska Goltz GER has taken the lead ahead of Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR at equal points. Lisa Fasselt GER follows on the 3rd place. Carli Ochs SUI finished only one of the three races and is now on position 40. The rankings and the daily report.
Monday, August 18, 2014   (Image © www.segel-bilder.de)
The usual favorites occupy the top positions in the Paralympic one-person-keelboat, the 2.4 mR. Damien Séguin FRA leads after four races one point ahead of Thierry Schmitter NED, Hans Asklund SWE follows on rank 3. 35 sailors from 12 nations participate. The results.
Monday, August 18, 2014   (Image © www.segel-bilder.de)
Moderate conditions prevailed yesterday on the first day of the Kiel Week, and all classes sailed 3 races each. Peters/Fitzgerald GBR are the first leaders in the 49ers, followed - with the same number of points - by Zajac/Czajka AUT and Ribaud/Scotto FRA. In the 470 men, Bargehr/Mähr AUT are on top ahead of AutenriethAutenrieth GER and Gerz/Follmann GER. The best 470 women team are Lutz/Beucke GER followed by Szscena/Mrocek POL and Mulder/Marck NED. Two races were sailed in the Finns, where Deniss Karpak EST leads ahead of Brendan Casey AUS and Björn Allanson SWE. The RS:X-windsurfers male and female, as well as the Matchrace ladies are not competing in Kiel. The Starboats will start next week in the non-Olympic (!) program only. All results and the daily report.
Monday, August 18, 2014   (Image © Otto Kasch)
The two Laser Classes sailed their first Kiel Week 2012 races yesterday in moderate winds. Philipp Buhl GER has clearly taken the lead with the day ranks 1/2/1, ahead of Thorbjörn Schierup DEN and Jonas Stelmaszyk POL. 73 Lasers from 18 nations participate.
With Tatjana Droszdovskaja BLR, it is the favorite in the Lasers Radial taking the first place after two races, followed by Julia Carlsson SWE and Silvia Zennaro ITA. 41 Radials from 14 nations participate. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Monday, August 18, 2014   
Today begins the Olympic part of the 2012 Kiel Week, the last event of the ISAF Olympic Worldcup, ending next Wednesday. The Women Matchracers are not competing, and it is not certain, whether the RS:X windsurfers, with only a small number on the entrylists, will be allowed to start. The participants enrolled are mostly development teams and amateurs, as the Olympic candidats apparently preferred to prepare their most important competition of the last four years either already in England, or at a 'secret' place. With Andy Maloney NZL in the Lasers, Rohart/Rambeau FRA in the Starboats, Deniss Karpak EST and Brendan Casey AUS in the Finns, as well as Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR in the Lasers Radial, some top athletes have nevertheless chosen to do their last racing tune-up at the traditional Kiel Week. Today and tomorrow, fresh westerly winds will prevail. The lists of participants and the event-website.
Monday, August 18, 2014   
Today begins the Olympic part of the 2012 Kiel Week, the last event of the ISAF Olympic Worldcup, lasting until next Wednesday. The Women Matchracers are competing, and it is not certain, whether the RS:X windsurfers, where only a few are on the entrylists, will be allowed to start. The participants enrolled are mostly development teams, as the Olympic candidats apparently preferred to prepare their most important competition of the last four years either already in England, or at a 'secret' place. With Andy Maloney NZL in the Lasers, Rohart/Rambeau FRA in the Starboats, Deniss Karpak EST and Brendan Casey AUS in the Finns, as well as Tatjana Droszdowskaja BLR in the Lasers Radial, some top athletes have nevertheless chosen to do their last racing tune-up at the traditional Kiel Week. The only Swiss on the entrylists are Christoph Bottoni SUI in the Lasers and Carli Ochs SUI in the Lasers Radial. Today and tomorrow, fresh westerly winds will prevail. The lists of participants and the event-website.
 
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