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470 - European Championship 2012 - Largs GBR

Thursday, 28. June 2012– Wednesday, 4. July 2012

Website: www.470europeans2012.com/eventsites/default_s1.asp?eventid=66760

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Tuesday, October 21, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
Light wind only during the Medal Races. And twice, racing had to be abandoned in the 470 men because of major wind shifts, and finally, racing was cancelled at all. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO had their European title already before the race. Silver and Bronze went to Ben Saxton/Richard Mason and Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS who got their first Medal in a international championship.
The Medal Race of the 470 women was very exciting. After the first round, Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to be the clear winners, but during the final phase of the race, Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR strongly came back and finished finally 2 points ahead of the Slovenians. Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER earned Bronze. The results, the final report and the video or the day.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
Light wind only during the Medal Races. And twice, racing had to be abandoned in the 470 men because of major wind shifts, and finally, racing was cancelled at all. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO had their European title already before the race. Silver and Bronze went to Ben Saxton/Richard Mason and Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS who got their first Medal in a international championship. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI finished the event on the remarkable 8th place.
The Medal Race of the 470 women was very exciting. After the first round, Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to be the clear winners, but druing the final phase of the race, Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR strongly came back and finished 2 points ahead of the Slovenians. Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER earned Bronze. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI remained on the 9th position in their first Medal Race. The results, the final report and the video or the day.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014   
The last races of the qualification phase were sailed yesterday in very light winds and today, the Medal Races are on the program. In the 470 men, the title is already awarded, as Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO, the defending champions, have a 22 point's lead already. Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR and three points behind Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS will race for Silver and Bronze.
The situation is very exciting in the 470 women, where Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR are only 2 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER, and the backlog of the 3rd-ranked Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO is another two points only. It remains fully open who will earn which Medal. The daily report and the video of the day.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014   
The last races of the qualification phase were sailed yesterday in very light winds, and and today, the Medal Races are on the program. In the 470 men, the title is already awarded, as Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO, the defending champions, have a 22 point's lead already. Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR and three points behind Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS will race for Silver- and Bronze. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI, 8th overall have qualified for the Medal Race, yesterday again with a very good 3rd and a mediocre 15th place.
The situation is very exciting in the 470 women, where Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR are only 2 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER, and the backlog of the 3rd-ranked Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO is another two points only. It remains fully open who will earn which Medal. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI new on rank 7 can also start in the Medal Race today. The daily report and the video of the day.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014   
Light wind prevailed yesterday in Scotland and the new conditions caused some close-ups on top of the two fleets. Fantela/Marencic CRO still lead in the men's class, but Saxton/Mason GBR and the day's best Shermentev/Shermentev RUS are only three points behind. Gerz/Follmann GER and Guilbaud/Fountaine FRA on the positions 4 and 5 have lost ground on the leaders.
In the women's class, Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER joined the leading Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR on top, and only two points behind follow Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. The daily report and the videos.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014   
Light wind prevailed yesterday in Scotland and the new conditions caused some close-ups on top of the two fleets. Fantela/Marencic CRO still lead in the men's class, but Saxton/Mason GBR and the day's best Shermentev/Shermentev RUS are only three points behind. Gerz/Follmann GER and Guilbaud/Fountaine FRA on the positions 4 and 5 have lost ground on the leaders. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI had an early start disqualification but they remain on rank 9.
In the women's class, Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER joined the leading Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR on top, and only two points behind follow Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI descended on the 8th place. The daily report and the videos.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014   
Light wind prevailed yesterday in Scotland and the new conditions caused some close-ups on top of the two fleets. Fantela/Marencic CRO still lead in the men's class, but Saxton/Mason GBR and the day's best Shermentev/Shermentev RUS are only three points behind. Gerz/Follmann GER and Guilbaud/Fountaine FRA on the positions 4 and 5 have lost ground on the leaders. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI had an early start disqualification but they remain on rank 9.
In the women's class, Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER joined the leading Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR on top, and only two points behind follow Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. Fiona testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI descended on the 8th place. The daily report and the videos.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014   
The day began with sun and a fresh breeze, but during the day, a rain front arrived and the wind slackened. However, the men's fleet completed two, the women's fleet three races, catching up with the program. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR scored three bullets and are now on top of the rankings in front of Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO and Bochmann/Panuschka GER. In the men's class, the favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are now on the 1st place with the day ranks 1 and 4, ahead of Saxton/Mason GBR and Sparks/Kohler GBR, closely followed by Gerz/Follmann GER on rank 4. The daily report, the video of the day and the results.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014   
The sun and a fresh breeze prevailing initially slackened when the rain filled in yesterday, allowing to complete two races for the men and three races for the women. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR scored three bullets and are now on top of the rankings in front of Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO and Bochmann/Panuschka GER. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI advanced on rank 6 after an excellent day. In the men's class, the favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are now on rank1 with the day ranks 1 and 4, followed by Saxton/Mason GBR and Sparks/Kohler GBR, closely followed by Gerz/Follmann GER on rank 4. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI however dropped on the 9th place. The daily report, the video of the day and the results.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014   
Another rainy day at Largs in Scotland, but the breeze (20 kn) was somewhat fresher than on the opening day. Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to like it, as they took the overall lead with two race wins in the 470 women, 5 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR follow on 3rd at equal points with Enia Nincevic/Romana Zupan CRO.
A new leader also in the 470 men, where Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR took the lead with the day ranks 7 and 1. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO follow 6 points back on the 2nd place. A good performance also by Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI, moving up on rank 3 overall with the ranks 5 and 6 yesterday. The video of the day, the report and the event-website.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014   
Another rainy day at Largs in Scotland, but the breeze (20 kn) was somewhat fresher than on the opening day. Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to like it, as they took the overall lead with two race wins in the 470 women, 5 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR follow on 3rd at equal points with Enia Nincevic/Romana Zupan CRO. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI advanced on rank 8 in spite of a capsize.
A new leader also in the 470 men, where Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR took the lead with the day ranks 7 and 1. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO follow 6 points back on the 2nd place. A good performance also by Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI, moving up on rank 3 overall with the ranks 5 and 6 yesterday. In the second race of the day, they even were in the lead during a certain time. Gerz/Follmann GER follow on the 4th position. Olivier and Adrien Gremaud SUI are on the 15th place. The video of the day, the report and the event-website.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
The variable rainy weather made the wind situation very unconstant and the start of the first 470 European Championship races was delayed yesterday. Nevertheless, two races for the men's class and one race for the women were completed. First leaders in the 470 men is the GBR developement team Philipp Sparks/David Kohler GBR with the ranks 4 and 1, followed on rank 2 by the Turkish Olympians Deniz Cinar/Ates Cinar TUR and Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR at equal points. The favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are 4th with a race win and an 8th place. The only race of the 470 women went to Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuscka GER ahead of Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR and Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. The daily report and the video of the day.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
The variable rainy weather made the wind situation very unconstant and the start of the first 470 European Championship races was delayed yesterday. Nevertheless, two races for the men's class and one race for the women were completed. First leaders in the 470 men is the GBR developement team Philipp Sparks/David Kohler GBR with the ranks 4 and 1, followed on rank 2 by the Turkish Olympians Deniz Cinar/Ates Cinar TUR and Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR at equal points. The favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are 4th with a race win and an 8th place. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI had a promising first race finishing 2nd, but they could not repeat this performance in the second race and are now on 7th overall. Olivier and Adrien Gremaud SUI follow on rank 20. The only race of the 470 women went to Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuscka GER ahead of Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR and Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI finished on the 9th position. The daily report and the video of the day.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014   
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In absence of most of the Olympia favorites - e.g. the top teams from England, France and the Netherlands - the 470 European Championship begins today at Largs in Scotland. The entry lists contain 32 male and 16 female teams. The key favorites in the men's class are Fantela/Marencic CRO with Kampouridis/Papadopoulos GRE as first challengers. Other teams with pretentions for a medal are Saxton/Mason GBR or the German Olympians Gerz/Follmann GER. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR are the most cited winners in the women's class. Switzerland is represented by the Olympians Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI and Gremaud/Gremaud SUI and in the women, Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI. The official preview.
 
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Monday, October 20, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
Light wind only during the Medal Races. And twice, racing had to be abandoned in the 470 men because of major wind shifts, and finally, racing was cancelled at all. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO had their European title already before the race. Silver and Bronze went to Ben Saxton/Richard Mason and Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS who got their first Medal in a international championship.
The Medal Race of the 470 women was very exciting. After the first round, Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to be the clear winners, but during the final phase of the race, Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR strongly came back and finished finally 2 points ahead of the Slovenians. Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER earned Bronze. The results, the final report and the video or the day.
Monday, October 20, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
Light wind only during the Medal Races. And twice, racing had to be abandoned in the 470 men because of major wind shifts, and finally, racing was cancelled at all. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO had their European title already before the race. Silver and Bronze went to Ben Saxton/Richard Mason and Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS who got their first Medal in a international championship. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI finished the event on the remarkable 8th place.
The Medal Race of the 470 women was very exciting. After the first round, Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to be the clear winners, but druing the final phase of the race, Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR strongly came back and finished 2 points ahead of the Slovenians. Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER earned Bronze. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI remained on the 9th position in their first Medal Race. The results, the final report and the video or the day.
Monday, October 20, 2014   
The last races of the qualification phase were sailed yesterday in very light winds and today, the Medal Races are on the program. In the 470 men, the title is already awarded, as Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO, the defending champions, have a 22 point's lead already. Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR and three points behind Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS will race for Silver and Bronze.
The situation is very exciting in the 470 women, where Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR are only 2 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER, and the backlog of the 3rd-ranked Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO is another two points only. It remains fully open who will earn which Medal. The daily report and the video of the day.
Monday, October 20, 2014   
The last races of the qualification phase were sailed yesterday in very light winds, and and today, the Medal Races are on the program. In the 470 men, the title is already awarded, as Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO, the defending champions, have a 22 point's lead already. Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR and three points behind Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS will race for Silver- and Bronze. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI, 8th overall have qualified for the Medal Race, yesterday again with a very good 3rd and a mediocre 15th place.
The situation is very exciting in the 470 women, where Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR are only 2 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER, and the backlog of the 3rd-ranked Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO is another two points only. It remains fully open who will earn which Medal. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI new on rank 7 can also start in the Medal Race today. The daily report and the video of the day.
Monday, October 20, 2014   
Light wind prevailed yesterday in Scotland and the new conditions caused some close-ups on top of the two fleets. Fantela/Marencic CRO still lead in the men's class, but Saxton/Mason GBR and the day's best Shermentev/Shermentev RUS are only three points behind. Gerz/Follmann GER and Guilbaud/Fountaine FRA on the positions 4 and 5 have lost ground on the leaders.
In the women's class, Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER joined the leading Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR on top, and only two points behind follow Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. The daily report and the videos.
Monday, October 20, 2014   
Light wind prevailed yesterday in Scotland and the new conditions caused some close-ups on top of the two fleets. Fantela/Marencic CRO still lead in the men's class, but Saxton/Mason GBR and the day's best Shermentev/Shermentev RUS are only three points behind. Gerz/Follmann GER and Guilbaud/Fountaine FRA on the positions 4 and 5 have lost ground on the leaders. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI had an early start disqualification but they remain on rank 9.
In the women's class, Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER joined the leading Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR on top, and only two points behind follow Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI descended on the 8th place. The daily report and the videos.
Monday, October 20, 2014   
Light wind prevailed yesterday in Scotland and the new conditions caused some close-ups on top of the two fleets. Fantela/Marencic CRO still lead in the men's class, but Saxton/Mason GBR and the day's best Shermentev/Shermentev RUS are only three points behind. Gerz/Follmann GER and Guilbaud/Fountaine FRA on the positions 4 and 5 have lost ground on the leaders. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI had an early start disqualification but they remain on rank 9.
In the women's class, Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER joined the leading Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR on top, and only two points behind follow Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. Fiona testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI descended on the 8th place. The daily report and the videos.
Monday, October 20, 2014   
The day began with sun and a fresh breeze, but during the day, a rain front arrived and the wind slackened. However, the men's fleet completed two, the women's fleet three races, catching up with the program. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR scored three bullets and are now on top of the rankings in front of Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO and Bochmann/Panuschka GER. In the men's class, the favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are now on the 1st place with the day ranks 1 and 4, ahead of Saxton/Mason GBR and Sparks/Kohler GBR, closely followed by Gerz/Follmann GER on rank 4. The daily report, the video of the day and the results.
Monday, October 20, 2014   
The sun and a fresh breeze prevailing initially slackened when the rain filled in yesterday, allowing to complete two races for the men and three races for the women. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR scored three bullets and are now on top of the rankings in front of Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO and Bochmann/Panuschka GER. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI advanced on rank 6 after an excellent day. In the men's class, the favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are now on rank1 with the day ranks 1 and 4, followed by Saxton/Mason GBR and Sparks/Kohler GBR, closely followed by Gerz/Follmann GER on rank 4. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI however dropped on the 9th place. The daily report, the video of the day and the results.
Monday, October 20, 2014   
Another rainy day at Largs in Scotland, but the breeze (20 kn) was somewhat fresher than on the opening day. Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to like it, as they took the overall lead with two race wins in the 470 women, 5 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR follow on 3rd at equal points with Enia Nincevic/Romana Zupan CRO.
A new leader also in the 470 men, where Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR took the lead with the day ranks 7 and 1. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO follow 6 points back on the 2nd place. A good performance also by Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI, moving up on rank 3 overall with the ranks 5 and 6 yesterday. The video of the day, the report and the event-website.
Monday, October 20, 2014   
Another rainy day at Largs in Scotland, but the breeze (20 kn) was somewhat fresher than on the opening day. Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to like it, as they took the overall lead with two race wins in the 470 women, 5 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR follow on 3rd at equal points with Enia Nincevic/Romana Zupan CRO. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI advanced on rank 8 in spite of a capsize.
A new leader also in the 470 men, where Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR took the lead with the day ranks 7 and 1. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO follow 6 points back on the 2nd place. A good performance also by Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI, moving up on rank 3 overall with the ranks 5 and 6 yesterday. In the second race of the day, they even were in the lead during a certain time. Gerz/Follmann GER follow on the 4th position. Olivier and Adrien Gremaud SUI are on the 15th place. The video of the day, the report and the event-website.
Monday, October 20, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
The variable rainy weather made the wind situation very unconstant and the start of the first 470 European Championship races was delayed yesterday. Nevertheless, two races for the men's class and one race for the women were completed. First leaders in the 470 men is the GBR developement team Philipp Sparks/David Kohler GBR with the ranks 4 and 1, followed on rank 2 by the Turkish Olympians Deniz Cinar/Ates Cinar TUR and Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR at equal points. The favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are 4th with a race win and an 8th place. The only race of the 470 women went to Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuscka GER ahead of Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR and Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. The daily report and the video of the day.
Monday, October 20, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
The variable rainy weather made the wind situation very unconstant and the start of the first 470 European Championship races was delayed yesterday. Nevertheless, two races for the men's class and one race for the women were completed. First leaders in the 470 men is the GBR developement team Philipp Sparks/David Kohler GBR with the ranks 4 and 1, followed on rank 2 by the Turkish Olympians Deniz Cinar/Ates Cinar TUR and Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR at equal points. The favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are 4th with a race win and an 8th place. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI had a promising first race finishing 2nd, but they could not repeat this performance in the second race and are now on 7th overall. Olivier and Adrien Gremaud SUI follow on rank 20. The only race of the 470 women went to Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuscka GER ahead of Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR and Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI finished on the 9th position. The daily report and the video of the day.
Monday, October 20, 2014   
 :
In absence of most of the Olympia favorites - e.g. the top teams from England, France and the Netherlands - the 470 European Championship begins today at Largs in Scotland. The entry lists contain 32 male and 16 female teams. The key favorites in the men's class are Fantela/Marencic CRO with Kampouridis/Papadopoulos GRE as first challengers. Other teams with pretentions for a medal are Saxton/Mason GBR or the German Olympians Gerz/Follmann GER. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR are the most cited winners in the women's class. Switzerland is represented by the Olympians Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI and Gremaud/Gremaud SUI and in the women, Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI. The official preview.
 
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Sunday, October 19, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
Light wind only during the Medal Races. And twice, racing had to be abandoned in the 470 men because of major wind shifts, and finally, racing was cancelled at all. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO had their European title already before the race. Silver and Bronze went to Ben Saxton/Richard Mason and Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS who got their first Medal in a international championship.
The Medal Race of the 470 women was very exciting. After the first round, Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to be the clear winners, but during the final phase of the race, Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR strongly came back and finished finally 2 points ahead of the Slovenians. Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER earned Bronze. The results, the final report and the video or the day.
Sunday, October 19, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
Light wind only during the Medal Races. And twice, racing had to be abandoned in the 470 men because of major wind shifts, and finally, racing was cancelled at all. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO had their European title already before the race. Silver and Bronze went to Ben Saxton/Richard Mason and Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS who got their first Medal in a international championship. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI finished the event on the remarkable 8th place.
The Medal Race of the 470 women was very exciting. After the first round, Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to be the clear winners, but druing the final phase of the race, Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR strongly came back and finished 2 points ahead of the Slovenians. Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER earned Bronze. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI remained on the 9th position in their first Medal Race. The results, the final report and the video or the day.
Sunday, October 19, 2014   
The last races of the qualification phase were sailed yesterday in very light winds and today, the Medal Races are on the program. In the 470 men, the title is already awarded, as Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO, the defending champions, have a 22 point's lead already. Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR and three points behind Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS will race for Silver and Bronze.
The situation is very exciting in the 470 women, where Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR are only 2 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER, and the backlog of the 3rd-ranked Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO is another two points only. It remains fully open who will earn which Medal. The daily report and the video of the day.
Sunday, October 19, 2014   
The last races of the qualification phase were sailed yesterday in very light winds, and and today, the Medal Races are on the program. In the 470 men, the title is already awarded, as Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO, the defending champions, have a 22 point's lead already. Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR and three points behind Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS will race for Silver- and Bronze. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI, 8th overall have qualified for the Medal Race, yesterday again with a very good 3rd and a mediocre 15th place.
The situation is very exciting in the 470 women, where Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR are only 2 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER, and the backlog of the 3rd-ranked Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO is another two points only. It remains fully open who will earn which Medal. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI new on rank 7 can also start in the Medal Race today. The daily report and the video of the day.
Sunday, October 19, 2014   
Light wind prevailed yesterday in Scotland and the new conditions caused some close-ups on top of the two fleets. Fantela/Marencic CRO still lead in the men's class, but Saxton/Mason GBR and the day's best Shermentev/Shermentev RUS are only three points behind. Gerz/Follmann GER and Guilbaud/Fountaine FRA on the positions 4 and 5 have lost ground on the leaders.
In the women's class, Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER joined the leading Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR on top, and only two points behind follow Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. The daily report and the videos.
Sunday, October 19, 2014   
Light wind prevailed yesterday in Scotland and the new conditions caused some close-ups on top of the two fleets. Fantela/Marencic CRO still lead in the men's class, but Saxton/Mason GBR and the day's best Shermentev/Shermentev RUS are only three points behind. Gerz/Follmann GER and Guilbaud/Fountaine FRA on the positions 4 and 5 have lost ground on the leaders. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI had an early start disqualification but they remain on rank 9.
In the women's class, Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER joined the leading Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR on top, and only two points behind follow Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI descended on the 8th place. The daily report and the videos.
Sunday, October 19, 2014   
Light wind prevailed yesterday in Scotland and the new conditions caused some close-ups on top of the two fleets. Fantela/Marencic CRO still lead in the men's class, but Saxton/Mason GBR and the day's best Shermentev/Shermentev RUS are only three points behind. Gerz/Follmann GER and Guilbaud/Fountaine FRA on the positions 4 and 5 have lost ground on the leaders. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI had an early start disqualification but they remain on rank 9.
In the women's class, Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER joined the leading Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR on top, and only two points behind follow Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. Fiona testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI descended on the 8th place. The daily report and the videos.
Sunday, October 19, 2014   
The day began with sun and a fresh breeze, but during the day, a rain front arrived and the wind slackened. However, the men's fleet completed two, the women's fleet three races, catching up with the program. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR scored three bullets and are now on top of the rankings in front of Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO and Bochmann/Panuschka GER. In the men's class, the favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are now on the 1st place with the day ranks 1 and 4, ahead of Saxton/Mason GBR and Sparks/Kohler GBR, closely followed by Gerz/Follmann GER on rank 4. The daily report, the video of the day and the results.
Sunday, October 19, 2014   
The sun and a fresh breeze prevailing initially slackened when the rain filled in yesterday, allowing to complete two races for the men and three races for the women. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR scored three bullets and are now on top of the rankings in front of Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO and Bochmann/Panuschka GER. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI advanced on rank 6 after an excellent day. In the men's class, the favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are now on rank1 with the day ranks 1 and 4, followed by Saxton/Mason GBR and Sparks/Kohler GBR, closely followed by Gerz/Follmann GER on rank 4. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI however dropped on the 9th place. The daily report, the video of the day and the results.
Sunday, October 19, 2014   
Another rainy day at Largs in Scotland, but the breeze (20 kn) was somewhat fresher than on the opening day. Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to like it, as they took the overall lead with two race wins in the 470 women, 5 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR follow on 3rd at equal points with Enia Nincevic/Romana Zupan CRO.
A new leader also in the 470 men, where Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR took the lead with the day ranks 7 and 1. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO follow 6 points back on the 2nd place. A good performance also by Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI, moving up on rank 3 overall with the ranks 5 and 6 yesterday. The video of the day, the report and the event-website.
Sunday, October 19, 2014   
Another rainy day at Largs in Scotland, but the breeze (20 kn) was somewhat fresher than on the opening day. Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to like it, as they took the overall lead with two race wins in the 470 women, 5 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR follow on 3rd at equal points with Enia Nincevic/Romana Zupan CRO. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI advanced on rank 8 in spite of a capsize.
A new leader also in the 470 men, where Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR took the lead with the day ranks 7 and 1. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO follow 6 points back on the 2nd place. A good performance also by Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI, moving up on rank 3 overall with the ranks 5 and 6 yesterday. In the second race of the day, they even were in the lead during a certain time. Gerz/Follmann GER follow on the 4th position. Olivier and Adrien Gremaud SUI are on the 15th place. The video of the day, the report and the event-website.
Sunday, October 19, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
The variable rainy weather made the wind situation very unconstant and the start of the first 470 European Championship races was delayed yesterday. Nevertheless, two races for the men's class and one race for the women were completed. First leaders in the 470 men is the GBR developement team Philipp Sparks/David Kohler GBR with the ranks 4 and 1, followed on rank 2 by the Turkish Olympians Deniz Cinar/Ates Cinar TUR and Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR at equal points. The favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are 4th with a race win and an 8th place. The only race of the 470 women went to Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuscka GER ahead of Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR and Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. The daily report and the video of the day.
Sunday, October 19, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
The variable rainy weather made the wind situation very unconstant and the start of the first 470 European Championship races was delayed yesterday. Nevertheless, two races for the men's class and one race for the women were completed. First leaders in the 470 men is the GBR developement team Philipp Sparks/David Kohler GBR with the ranks 4 and 1, followed on rank 2 by the Turkish Olympians Deniz Cinar/Ates Cinar TUR and Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR at equal points. The favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are 4th with a race win and an 8th place. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI had a promising first race finishing 2nd, but they could not repeat this performance in the second race and are now on 7th overall. Olivier and Adrien Gremaud SUI follow on rank 20. The only race of the 470 women went to Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuscka GER ahead of Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR and Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI finished on the 9th position. The daily report and the video of the day.
Sunday, October 19, 2014   
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In absence of most of the Olympia favorites - e.g. the top teams from England, France and the Netherlands - the 470 European Championship begins today at Largs in Scotland. The entry lists contain 32 male and 16 female teams. The key favorites in the men's class are Fantela/Marencic CRO with Kampouridis/Papadopoulos GRE as first challengers. Other teams with pretentions for a medal are Saxton/Mason GBR or the German Olympians Gerz/Follmann GER. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR are the most cited winners in the women's class. Switzerland is represented by the Olympians Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI and Gremaud/Gremaud SUI and in the women, Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI. The official preview.
 
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Saturday, October 18, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
Light wind only during the Medal Races. And twice, racing had to be abandoned in the 470 men because of major wind shifts, and finally, racing was cancelled at all. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO had their European title already before the race. Silver and Bronze went to Ben Saxton/Richard Mason and Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS who got their first Medal in a international championship.
The Medal Race of the 470 women was very exciting. After the first round, Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to be the clear winners, but during the final phase of the race, Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR strongly came back and finished finally 2 points ahead of the Slovenians. Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER earned Bronze. The results, the final report and the video or the day.
Saturday, October 18, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
Light wind only during the Medal Races. And twice, racing had to be abandoned in the 470 men because of major wind shifts, and finally, racing was cancelled at all. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO had their European title already before the race. Silver and Bronze went to Ben Saxton/Richard Mason and Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS who got their first Medal in a international championship. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI finished the event on the remarkable 8th place.
The Medal Race of the 470 women was very exciting. After the first round, Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to be the clear winners, but druing the final phase of the race, Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR strongly came back and finished 2 points ahead of the Slovenians. Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER earned Bronze. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI remained on the 9th position in their first Medal Race. The results, the final report and the video or the day.
Saturday, October 18, 2014   
The last races of the qualification phase were sailed yesterday in very light winds and today, the Medal Races are on the program. In the 470 men, the title is already awarded, as Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO, the defending champions, have a 22 point's lead already. Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR and three points behind Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS will race for Silver and Bronze.
The situation is very exciting in the 470 women, where Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR are only 2 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER, and the backlog of the 3rd-ranked Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO is another two points only. It remains fully open who will earn which Medal. The daily report and the video of the day.
Saturday, October 18, 2014   
The last races of the qualification phase were sailed yesterday in very light winds, and and today, the Medal Races are on the program. In the 470 men, the title is already awarded, as Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO, the defending champions, have a 22 point's lead already. Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR and three points behind Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS will race for Silver- and Bronze. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI, 8th overall have qualified for the Medal Race, yesterday again with a very good 3rd and a mediocre 15th place.
The situation is very exciting in the 470 women, where Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR are only 2 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER, and the backlog of the 3rd-ranked Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO is another two points only. It remains fully open who will earn which Medal. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI new on rank 7 can also start in the Medal Race today. The daily report and the video of the day.
Saturday, October 18, 2014   
Light wind prevailed yesterday in Scotland and the new conditions caused some close-ups on top of the two fleets. Fantela/Marencic CRO still lead in the men's class, but Saxton/Mason GBR and the day's best Shermentev/Shermentev RUS are only three points behind. Gerz/Follmann GER and Guilbaud/Fountaine FRA on the positions 4 and 5 have lost ground on the leaders.
In the women's class, Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER joined the leading Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR on top, and only two points behind follow Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. The daily report and the videos.
Saturday, October 18, 2014   
Light wind prevailed yesterday in Scotland and the new conditions caused some close-ups on top of the two fleets. Fantela/Marencic CRO still lead in the men's class, but Saxton/Mason GBR and the day's best Shermentev/Shermentev RUS are only three points behind. Gerz/Follmann GER and Guilbaud/Fountaine FRA on the positions 4 and 5 have lost ground on the leaders. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI had an early start disqualification but they remain on rank 9.
In the women's class, Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER joined the leading Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR on top, and only two points behind follow Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI descended on the 8th place. The daily report and the videos.
Saturday, October 18, 2014   
Light wind prevailed yesterday in Scotland and the new conditions caused some close-ups on top of the two fleets. Fantela/Marencic CRO still lead in the men's class, but Saxton/Mason GBR and the day's best Shermentev/Shermentev RUS are only three points behind. Gerz/Follmann GER and Guilbaud/Fountaine FRA on the positions 4 and 5 have lost ground on the leaders. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI had an early start disqualification but they remain on rank 9.
In the women's class, Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER joined the leading Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR on top, and only two points behind follow Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. Fiona testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI descended on the 8th place. The daily report and the videos.
Saturday, October 18, 2014   
The day began with sun and a fresh breeze, but during the day, a rain front arrived and the wind slackened. However, the men's fleet completed two, the women's fleet three races, catching up with the program. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR scored three bullets and are now on top of the rankings in front of Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO and Bochmann/Panuschka GER. In the men's class, the favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are now on the 1st place with the day ranks 1 and 4, ahead of Saxton/Mason GBR and Sparks/Kohler GBR, closely followed by Gerz/Follmann GER on rank 4. The daily report, the video of the day and the results.
Saturday, October 18, 2014   
The sun and a fresh breeze prevailing initially slackened when the rain filled in yesterday, allowing to complete two races for the men and three races for the women. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR scored three bullets and are now on top of the rankings in front of Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO and Bochmann/Panuschka GER. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI advanced on rank 6 after an excellent day. In the men's class, the favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are now on rank1 with the day ranks 1 and 4, followed by Saxton/Mason GBR and Sparks/Kohler GBR, closely followed by Gerz/Follmann GER on rank 4. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI however dropped on the 9th place. The daily report, the video of the day and the results.
Saturday, October 18, 2014   
Another rainy day at Largs in Scotland, but the breeze (20 kn) was somewhat fresher than on the opening day. Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to like it, as they took the overall lead with two race wins in the 470 women, 5 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR follow on 3rd at equal points with Enia Nincevic/Romana Zupan CRO.
A new leader also in the 470 men, where Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR took the lead with the day ranks 7 and 1. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO follow 6 points back on the 2nd place. A good performance also by Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI, moving up on rank 3 overall with the ranks 5 and 6 yesterday. The video of the day, the report and the event-website.
Saturday, October 18, 2014   
Another rainy day at Largs in Scotland, but the breeze (20 kn) was somewhat fresher than on the opening day. Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to like it, as they took the overall lead with two race wins in the 470 women, 5 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR follow on 3rd at equal points with Enia Nincevic/Romana Zupan CRO. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI advanced on rank 8 in spite of a capsize.
A new leader also in the 470 men, where Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR took the lead with the day ranks 7 and 1. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO follow 6 points back on the 2nd place. A good performance also by Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI, moving up on rank 3 overall with the ranks 5 and 6 yesterday. In the second race of the day, they even were in the lead during a certain time. Gerz/Follmann GER follow on the 4th position. Olivier and Adrien Gremaud SUI are on the 15th place. The video of the day, the report and the event-website.
Saturday, October 18, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
The variable rainy weather made the wind situation very unconstant and the start of the first 470 European Championship races was delayed yesterday. Nevertheless, two races for the men's class and one race for the women were completed. First leaders in the 470 men is the GBR developement team Philipp Sparks/David Kohler GBR with the ranks 4 and 1, followed on rank 2 by the Turkish Olympians Deniz Cinar/Ates Cinar TUR and Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR at equal points. The favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are 4th with a race win and an 8th place. The only race of the 470 women went to Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuscka GER ahead of Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR and Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. The daily report and the video of the day.
Saturday, October 18, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
The variable rainy weather made the wind situation very unconstant and the start of the first 470 European Championship races was delayed yesterday. Nevertheless, two races for the men's class and one race for the women were completed. First leaders in the 470 men is the GBR developement team Philipp Sparks/David Kohler GBR with the ranks 4 and 1, followed on rank 2 by the Turkish Olympians Deniz Cinar/Ates Cinar TUR and Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR at equal points. The favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are 4th with a race win and an 8th place. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI had a promising first race finishing 2nd, but they could not repeat this performance in the second race and are now on 7th overall. Olivier and Adrien Gremaud SUI follow on rank 20. The only race of the 470 women went to Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuscka GER ahead of Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR and Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI finished on the 9th position. The daily report and the video of the day.
Saturday, October 18, 2014   
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In absence of most of the Olympia favorites - e.g. the top teams from England, France and the Netherlands - the 470 European Championship begins today at Largs in Scotland. The entry lists contain 32 male and 16 female teams. The key favorites in the men's class are Fantela/Marencic CRO with Kampouridis/Papadopoulos GRE as first challengers. Other teams with pretentions for a medal are Saxton/Mason GBR or the German Olympians Gerz/Follmann GER. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR are the most cited winners in the women's class. Switzerland is represented by the Olympians Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI and Gremaud/Gremaud SUI and in the women, Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI. The official preview.
 
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Friday, October 17, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
Light wind only during the Medal Races. And twice, racing had to be abandoned in the 470 men because of major wind shifts, and finally, racing was cancelled at all. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO had their European title already before the race. Silver and Bronze went to Ben Saxton/Richard Mason and Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS who got their first Medal in a international championship.
The Medal Race of the 470 women was very exciting. After the first round, Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to be the clear winners, but during the final phase of the race, Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR strongly came back and finished finally 2 points ahead of the Slovenians. Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER earned Bronze. The results, the final report and the video or the day.
Friday, October 17, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
Light wind only during the Medal Races. And twice, racing had to be abandoned in the 470 men because of major wind shifts, and finally, racing was cancelled at all. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO had their European title already before the race. Silver and Bronze went to Ben Saxton/Richard Mason and Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS who got their first Medal in a international championship. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI finished the event on the remarkable 8th place.
The Medal Race of the 470 women was very exciting. After the first round, Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to be the clear winners, but druing the final phase of the race, Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR strongly came back and finished 2 points ahead of the Slovenians. Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER earned Bronze. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI remained on the 9th position in their first Medal Race. The results, the final report and the video or the day.
Friday, October 17, 2014   
The last races of the qualification phase were sailed yesterday in very light winds and today, the Medal Races are on the program. In the 470 men, the title is already awarded, as Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO, the defending champions, have a 22 point's lead already. Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR and three points behind Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS will race for Silver and Bronze.
The situation is very exciting in the 470 women, where Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR are only 2 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER, and the backlog of the 3rd-ranked Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO is another two points only. It remains fully open who will earn which Medal. The daily report and the video of the day.
Friday, October 17, 2014   
The last races of the qualification phase were sailed yesterday in very light winds, and and today, the Medal Races are on the program. In the 470 men, the title is already awarded, as Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO, the defending champions, have a 22 point's lead already. Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR and three points behind Mikhail and Maksim Sheremeteyev RUS will race for Silver- and Bronze. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI, 8th overall have qualified for the Medal Race, yesterday again with a very good 3rd and a mediocre 15th place.
The situation is very exciting in the 470 women, where Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR are only 2 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER, and the backlog of the 3rd-ranked Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO is another two points only. It remains fully open who will earn which Medal. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI new on rank 7 can also start in the Medal Race today. The daily report and the video of the day.
Friday, October 17, 2014   
Light wind prevailed yesterday in Scotland and the new conditions caused some close-ups on top of the two fleets. Fantela/Marencic CRO still lead in the men's class, but Saxton/Mason GBR and the day's best Shermentev/Shermentev RUS are only three points behind. Gerz/Follmann GER and Guilbaud/Fountaine FRA on the positions 4 and 5 have lost ground on the leaders.
In the women's class, Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER joined the leading Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR on top, and only two points behind follow Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. The daily report and the videos.
Friday, October 17, 2014   
Light wind prevailed yesterday in Scotland and the new conditions caused some close-ups on top of the two fleets. Fantela/Marencic CRO still lead in the men's class, but Saxton/Mason GBR and the day's best Shermentev/Shermentev RUS are only three points behind. Gerz/Follmann GER and Guilbaud/Fountaine FRA on the positions 4 and 5 have lost ground on the leaders. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI had an early start disqualification but they remain on rank 9.
In the women's class, Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER joined the leading Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR on top, and only two points behind follow Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI descended on the 8th place. The daily report and the videos.
Friday, October 17, 2014   
Light wind prevailed yesterday in Scotland and the new conditions caused some close-ups on top of the two fleets. Fantela/Marencic CRO still lead in the men's class, but Saxton/Mason GBR and the day's best Shermentev/Shermentev RUS are only three points behind. Gerz/Follmann GER and Guilbaud/Fountaine FRA on the positions 4 and 5 have lost ground on the leaders. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI had an early start disqualification but they remain on rank 9.
In the women's class, Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER joined the leading Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR on top, and only two points behind follow Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. Fiona testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI descended on the 8th place. The daily report and the videos.
Friday, October 17, 2014   
The day began with sun and a fresh breeze, but during the day, a rain front arrived and the wind slackened. However, the men's fleet completed two, the women's fleet three races, catching up with the program. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR scored three bullets and are now on top of the rankings in front of Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO and Bochmann/Panuschka GER. In the men's class, the favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are now on the 1st place with the day ranks 1 and 4, ahead of Saxton/Mason GBR and Sparks/Kohler GBR, closely followed by Gerz/Follmann GER on rank 4. The daily report, the video of the day and the results.
Friday, October 17, 2014   
The sun and a fresh breeze prevailing initially slackened when the rain filled in yesterday, allowing to complete two races for the men and three races for the women. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR scored three bullets and are now on top of the rankings in front of Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO and Bochmann/Panuschka GER. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI advanced on rank 6 after an excellent day. In the men's class, the favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are now on rank1 with the day ranks 1 and 4, followed by Saxton/Mason GBR and Sparks/Kohler GBR, closely followed by Gerz/Follmann GER on rank 4. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI however dropped on the 9th place. The daily report, the video of the day and the results.
Friday, October 17, 2014   
Another rainy day at Largs in Scotland, but the breeze (20 kn) was somewhat fresher than on the opening day. Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to like it, as they took the overall lead with two race wins in the 470 women, 5 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR follow on 3rd at equal points with Enia Nincevic/Romana Zupan CRO.
A new leader also in the 470 men, where Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR took the lead with the day ranks 7 and 1. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO follow 6 points back on the 2nd place. A good performance also by Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI, moving up on rank 3 overall with the ranks 5 and 6 yesterday. The video of the day, the report and the event-website.
Friday, October 17, 2014   
Another rainy day at Largs in Scotland, but the breeze (20 kn) was somewhat fresher than on the opening day. Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO seemed to like it, as they took the overall lead with two race wins in the 470 women, 5 points ahead of Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuschka GER. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR follow on 3rd at equal points with Enia Nincevic/Romana Zupan CRO. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI advanced on rank 8 in spite of a capsize.
A new leader also in the 470 men, where Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR took the lead with the day ranks 7 and 1. Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO follow 6 points back on the 2nd place. A good performance also by Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI, moving up on rank 3 overall with the ranks 5 and 6 yesterday. In the second race of the day, they even were in the lead during a certain time. Gerz/Follmann GER follow on the 4th position. Olivier and Adrien Gremaud SUI are on the 15th place. The video of the day, the report and the event-website.
Friday, October 17, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
The variable rainy weather made the wind situation very unconstant and the start of the first 470 European Championship races was delayed yesterday. Nevertheless, two races for the men's class and one race for the women were completed. First leaders in the 470 men is the GBR developement team Philipp Sparks/David Kohler GBR with the ranks 4 and 1, followed on rank 2 by the Turkish Olympians Deniz Cinar/Ates Cinar TUR and Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR at equal points. The favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are 4th with a race win and an 8th place. The only race of the 470 women went to Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuscka GER ahead of Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR and Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. The daily report and the video of the day.
Friday, October 17, 2014   (Image © Mark Turner)
The variable rainy weather made the wind situation very unconstant and the start of the first 470 European Championship races was delayed yesterday. Nevertheless, two races for the men's class and one race for the women were completed. First leaders in the 470 men is the GBR developement team Philipp Sparks/David Kohler GBR with the ranks 4 and 1, followed on rank 2 by the Turkish Olympians Deniz Cinar/Ates Cinar TUR and Ben Saxton/Richard Mason GBR at equal points. The favorites Sime Fantela/Igor Marencic CRO are 4th with a race win and an 8th place. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI had a promising first race finishing 2nd, but they could not repeat this performance in the second race and are now on 7th overall. Olivier and Adrien Gremaud SUI follow on rank 20. The only race of the 470 women went to Annika Bochmann/Elisabeth Panuscka GER ahead of Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR and Tina Mrak/Teja Cerne SLO. Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI finished on the 9th position. The daily report and the video of the day.
Friday, October 17, 2014   
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In absence of most of the Olympia favorites - e.g. the top teams from England, France and the Netherlands - the 470 European Championship begins today at Largs in Scotland. The entry lists contain 32 male and 16 female teams. The key favorites in the men's class are Fantela/Marencic CRO with Kampouridis/Papadopoulos GRE as first challengers. Other teams with pretentions for a medal are Saxton/Mason GBR or the German Olympians Gerz/Follmann GER. Sophie Weguelin/Sophie Ainsworth GBR are the most cited winners in the women's class. Switzerland is represented by the Olympians Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI and Gremaud/Gremaud SUI and in the women, Fiona Testuz/Anne-Sophie Thilo SUI. The official preview.
 
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