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Optimist - World Championship 2012 - Santo Domingo DOM

Monday, 16. July 2012– Thursday, 26. July 2012

Website: www.optiworlds2012.org/

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Wednesday, September 17, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Winning the last race of her fleet, the Singapore girl Elisa Yukie Yokoama SIN earned the Optimist World Champion's title 2012. This is the second victory for Singapore, and after Noppakao Poonpat THA (2010) und Kimberly Lim SIN (2011) the third title for a girl in a row. With Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Loh SIN, the podium is completely Singapore. Bart Lambriex NED on rank 4 is the best European. - The final ranking and the report.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Winning the last race of her fleet, the Singapore girl Elisa Yukie Yokoama SIN earned the Optimist World Champion's title 2012. This is the second victory for Singapore, and after Noppakao Poonpat THA (2010) und Kimberly Lim SIN (2011) the third title for a girl in a row. With Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Loh SIN, the podium is completely Singapore. Bart Lambriex NED on rank 4 is the best European. Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI follows on rank 28, Damian Suri SUI is 39th and Camillo Casco SUI 62nd. - The final ranking, the report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Each of the four fleets sailed two races yesterday in good conditions, and after seven heats sailed, the discard result comes into effect. The Optimists from Singapore remain a class of their own never seen in an Optimist Worlds so far. They occupy the ranks 1 - 4, and the fight for the title today will be between Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN one point behind, and - another point behind - Jessica Goh SIN. The results and the official report.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Each of the four fleets sailed two races yesterday in good conditions, and after seven heat sailed, the discard result comes into effect. The Optimists from Singapore remain a class of their own never seen in an Optimist Worlds so far. They occupy the ranks 1 - 4, and the fight for the title today will be between Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN one point behind, and - another point behind - Jessica Goh SIN. With the day ranks 14 and 9 of his fleet, Wolf van Cauwenberghe SUI progressed again on rank 20. Camillo Casco SUI follows on rank 42. The results, the official report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
In spite of a constant 7-12 kn breeze, only the two fleets missing race 5 were able to sail a heat with some changes in the overall rankings, but with no changes on top, where the Singapore sailors Elisa Yokoyama SIN, two points ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and 11 points in front of Jessica Goh SIN hold the lead. The results, the video of the day and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
The last races are on the program today and tomorrow.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
In spite of a constant 7-12 kn breeze, only the two fleets missing race 5 were able to sail a heat with some changes in the overall rankings, but with no changes on top, where the Singapore sailors Elisa Yokoyama SIN, two points ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and 11 points in front of Jessica Goh SIN hold the lead. A 29th place finish dropped Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI out of the top-10 down on rank 25. Camillo Casco SUI follows as 51st. The results, the video of the day and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
The last races are on the program today and tomorrow.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Yesterday, the Optimist Team Race World Championship was terminated in Santo Domingo with the Singapore Team defeating the USA Team clearly in the final. The Netherlands Team took the Bronze Medal. As from today, the individual World Championship - with Singapore sailors on the interims' ranks 1-3 - will continue. The ranking list.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Yesterday, the Optimist Team Race World Championship was terminated in Santo Domingo with the Singapore Team defeating the USA Team clearly in the final. The Netherlands Team took the Bronze Medal. The Swiss eliminated already in the Qualification Round on Saturday had a lay day. As from today, the individual World Championship - with Singapore sailors on the interims' ranks 1-3 - will continue. Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI is on the excellent 7th place of the 238 participants. The ranking list and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The preliminary round of the Team-Racing competition was on the program yesterday at the Optimist Worlds in Santo Domingo. The best 16 teams continue today for the Team Race title, a traditional competition at the Optimist Championship. The results and the official report with video.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The preliminary round of the Team-Racing competition was on the program yesterday at the Optimist Worlds in Santo Domingo. The best 16 teams continue today for the Team Race title, a traditional competition at the Optimist Championship. Switzerland was eliminated in a close match by Argentina in the last duel. The report of the Swiss Team, the results and the official report with video.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The rain delayed the program also yesterday and in spite of a moved up starting hour, only two of the four fleets could sail both planned races. In the overall rankings, the 'Singapore-Championship' goes on with Elisa Yokoyama SIN back on top followed by Samuel Neo SIN two points behind and Jessica Goh SIN. The first European is Max Clapp GBR on position 4. The results, the official report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The rain delayed the program also yesterday and in spite of a moved up starting hour, only two of the four fleets could sail both planned races. In the overall rankings, the 'Singapore-Championship' goes on with Elisa Yokoyama SIN back on top followed by Samuel Neo SIN two points behind and Jessica Goh SIN. The first European is Max Clapp GBR on position 4. Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI remains on the excellent 7th place. Philippe Pittet SUI and Camillo Casco SUI follow on the ranks 52 and 53. The results, the official report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
After the unplanned lay day of Wednesday, at least one race could be sailed yesterday before the tropical thunderstorm killed the seabreeze again. Outstanding the Singapore Team now on the first three places overall. Samuel Neo SIN leads at equal points with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, and 10 points behind comes Jessica Goh SIN. The results and the videos.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
After the unplanned lay day of Wednesday, at least one race could be sailed yesterday before the tropical thunderstorm killed the seabreeze again. Outstanding the Singapore Team now on the first three places overall. Samuel Neo SIN leads at equal points with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, and 10 points behind comes Jessica Goh SIN. With a 3rd race rank, Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI is on the sensational 6th interims rank, and also the other Swiss have shown a remarkable performance. Camillo Casco SUI, also with a 3rd race rank in his fleet, is now on rank 43, Philippe Pittet SUI follows as 47th. The results, the videos and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
An early morning thunderstorm killed the seabreeze for the day and no races were sailed yesterday. Leaders after the first day are Eliza Yokoyama SIN ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and Bart Lambriex NED. The rankings and the official short report. In addition, the video of day one has been posted.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
An early morning thunderstorm killed the seabreeze for the day and no races were sailed yesterday. Leaders after the first day are Eliza Yokoyama SIN ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and Bart Lambriex NED. Wolf Van Cauwenberge SUI had an excellent start to the Championship as 16th of the 230 participants. The rankings, the official short report and the weblog of the Swiss Team. In addition, the video of day one has been posted.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Light to moderate winds prevailed yesterday on day one of the Optimist World Championship 2012 on Santo Domingo. Outstanding the Singapore Team occupying the ranks 1, 2 and 4 with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Goh SIN. On rank 3 is Bart Lambriex NED. The rankings and the event-website.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Light to moderate winds prevailed yesterday on day one of the Optimist World Championship 2012 on Santo Domingo. Outstanding the Singapore Team occupying the ranks 1, 2 and 4 with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Goh SIN. On rank 3 is Bart Lambriex NED. With the day ranks 12 and 4 in his fleet, Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI is on the excellent 16th place. Philippe Pittet SUI follows on position 74. The rankings, the event-website and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   
The Optimist World Championship 2012 in Santo Domingo began yesterday with the Practice Race and as from today, the 260 participants from 52 nations start racing. The weather is hot and humid, with thunderstorms in the evening. During the day, a seabreeze is mostly filling in. As a prologue to the Championship, a tune-up race was organised last week, and after three races, Irina Pineyrua PER was first ahead of Elisa Yokoyama SIN and Leonardo Lombardi BRA. 113 participants. The ranking liste.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   
The Optimist World Championship 2012 in Santo Domingo began yesterday with the Practice Race. As from today, the 260 participants from 52 nations start racing. Representing Switzerland are from Bienne Philippe Pittet and Damian Suri, from Cham Camille Casco as well as from Lake Geneva Wolf Van Cauwenberghe (Vevey) and Maxime Bachelin (Pully). The weather is hot and humid, with thunderstorms in the evening. During the day, a seabreeze is mostly filling in. As a prologue to the Championship, a tune-up race was organised last week, and after three races, Irina Pineyrua PER was first ahead of Elisa Yokoyama SIN and Leonardo Lombardi BRA. Damian Suri SUI finished excellent 7th (second-best European) of the 113 participants. The ranking liste. This year again, most teams publish a website of their-own, such as the Swiss Team, having been in Santo Domingo for quite a while already.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   
The Optimist Europeans in Italy comes to its final phase, and their is already the most important competition for the youngest sailors ahead: the Optimist World Championship in Santo Domingo DOM. On July 16, the Practice Race takes place with teams from 52 nations, among them teams from Switzerland, France, Austria and Germany. A video-trailer has just been published presenting the venue.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014   
The Optimist Europeans in Italy comes to its final phase, and their is already the most important competition for the youngest sailors ahead: the Optimist World Championship in Santo Domingo DOM. On July 16, the Practice Race takes place with teams from 52 nations, from traditional sailing nations and more and more from developing countries. A video-trailer presenting the venue has just been published .
 
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Tuesday, September 16, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Winning the last race of her fleet, the Singapore girl Elisa Yukie Yokoama SIN earned the Optimist World Champion's title 2012. This is the second victory for Singapore, and after Noppakao Poonpat THA (2010) und Kimberly Lim SIN (2011) the third title for a girl in a row. With Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Loh SIN, the podium is completely Singapore. Bart Lambriex NED on rank 4 is the best European. - The final ranking and the report.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Winning the last race of her fleet, the Singapore girl Elisa Yukie Yokoama SIN earned the Optimist World Champion's title 2012. This is the second victory for Singapore, and after Noppakao Poonpat THA (2010) und Kimberly Lim SIN (2011) the third title for a girl in a row. With Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Loh SIN, the podium is completely Singapore. Bart Lambriex NED on rank 4 is the best European. Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI follows on rank 28, Damian Suri SUI is 39th and Camillo Casco SUI 62nd. - The final ranking, the report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Each of the four fleets sailed two races yesterday in good conditions, and after seven heats sailed, the discard result comes into effect. The Optimists from Singapore remain a class of their own never seen in an Optimist Worlds so far. They occupy the ranks 1 - 4, and the fight for the title today will be between Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN one point behind, and - another point behind - Jessica Goh SIN. The results and the official report.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Each of the four fleets sailed two races yesterday in good conditions, and after seven heat sailed, the discard result comes into effect. The Optimists from Singapore remain a class of their own never seen in an Optimist Worlds so far. They occupy the ranks 1 - 4, and the fight for the title today will be between Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN one point behind, and - another point behind - Jessica Goh SIN. With the day ranks 14 and 9 of his fleet, Wolf van Cauwenberghe SUI progressed again on rank 20. Camillo Casco SUI follows on rank 42. The results, the official report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
In spite of a constant 7-12 kn breeze, only the two fleets missing race 5 were able to sail a heat with some changes in the overall rankings, but with no changes on top, where the Singapore sailors Elisa Yokoyama SIN, two points ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and 11 points in front of Jessica Goh SIN hold the lead. The results, the video of the day and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
The last races are on the program today and tomorrow.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
In spite of a constant 7-12 kn breeze, only the two fleets missing race 5 were able to sail a heat with some changes in the overall rankings, but with no changes on top, where the Singapore sailors Elisa Yokoyama SIN, two points ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and 11 points in front of Jessica Goh SIN hold the lead. A 29th place finish dropped Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI out of the top-10 down on rank 25. Camillo Casco SUI follows as 51st. The results, the video of the day and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
The last races are on the program today and tomorrow.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Yesterday, the Optimist Team Race World Championship was terminated in Santo Domingo with the Singapore Team defeating the USA Team clearly in the final. The Netherlands Team took the Bronze Medal. As from today, the individual World Championship - with Singapore sailors on the interims' ranks 1-3 - will continue. The ranking list.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Yesterday, the Optimist Team Race World Championship was terminated in Santo Domingo with the Singapore Team defeating the USA Team clearly in the final. The Netherlands Team took the Bronze Medal. The Swiss eliminated already in the Qualification Round on Saturday had a lay day. As from today, the individual World Championship - with Singapore sailors on the interims' ranks 1-3 - will continue. Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI is on the excellent 7th place of the 238 participants. The ranking list and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The preliminary round of the Team-Racing competition was on the program yesterday at the Optimist Worlds in Santo Domingo. The best 16 teams continue today for the Team Race title, a traditional competition at the Optimist Championship. The results and the official report with video.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The preliminary round of the Team-Racing competition was on the program yesterday at the Optimist Worlds in Santo Domingo. The best 16 teams continue today for the Team Race title, a traditional competition at the Optimist Championship. Switzerland was eliminated in a close match by Argentina in the last duel. The report of the Swiss Team, the results and the official report with video.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The rain delayed the program also yesterday and in spite of a moved up starting hour, only two of the four fleets could sail both planned races. In the overall rankings, the 'Singapore-Championship' goes on with Elisa Yokoyama SIN back on top followed by Samuel Neo SIN two points behind and Jessica Goh SIN. The first European is Max Clapp GBR on position 4. The results, the official report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The rain delayed the program also yesterday and in spite of a moved up starting hour, only two of the four fleets could sail both planned races. In the overall rankings, the 'Singapore-Championship' goes on with Elisa Yokoyama SIN back on top followed by Samuel Neo SIN two points behind and Jessica Goh SIN. The first European is Max Clapp GBR on position 4. Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI remains on the excellent 7th place. Philippe Pittet SUI and Camillo Casco SUI follow on the ranks 52 and 53. The results, the official report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
After the unplanned lay day of Wednesday, at least one race could be sailed yesterday before the tropical thunderstorm killed the seabreeze again. Outstanding the Singapore Team now on the first three places overall. Samuel Neo SIN leads at equal points with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, and 10 points behind comes Jessica Goh SIN. The results and the videos.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
After the unplanned lay day of Wednesday, at least one race could be sailed yesterday before the tropical thunderstorm killed the seabreeze again. Outstanding the Singapore Team now on the first three places overall. Samuel Neo SIN leads at equal points with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, and 10 points behind comes Jessica Goh SIN. With a 3rd race rank, Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI is on the sensational 6th interims rank, and also the other Swiss have shown a remarkable performance. Camillo Casco SUI, also with a 3rd race rank in his fleet, is now on rank 43, Philippe Pittet SUI follows as 47th. The results, the videos and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
An early morning thunderstorm killed the seabreeze for the day and no races were sailed yesterday. Leaders after the first day are Eliza Yokoyama SIN ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and Bart Lambriex NED. The rankings and the official short report. In addition, the video of day one has been posted.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
An early morning thunderstorm killed the seabreeze for the day and no races were sailed yesterday. Leaders after the first day are Eliza Yokoyama SIN ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and Bart Lambriex NED. Wolf Van Cauwenberge SUI had an excellent start to the Championship as 16th of the 230 participants. The rankings, the official short report and the weblog of the Swiss Team. In addition, the video of day one has been posted.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Light to moderate winds prevailed yesterday on day one of the Optimist World Championship 2012 on Santo Domingo. Outstanding the Singapore Team occupying the ranks 1, 2 and 4 with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Goh SIN. On rank 3 is Bart Lambriex NED. The rankings and the event-website.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Light to moderate winds prevailed yesterday on day one of the Optimist World Championship 2012 on Santo Domingo. Outstanding the Singapore Team occupying the ranks 1, 2 and 4 with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Goh SIN. On rank 3 is Bart Lambriex NED. With the day ranks 12 and 4 in his fleet, Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI is on the excellent 16th place. Philippe Pittet SUI follows on position 74. The rankings, the event-website and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   
The Optimist World Championship 2012 in Santo Domingo began yesterday with the Practice Race and as from today, the 260 participants from 52 nations start racing. The weather is hot and humid, with thunderstorms in the evening. During the day, a seabreeze is mostly filling in. As a prologue to the Championship, a tune-up race was organised last week, and after three races, Irina Pineyrua PER was first ahead of Elisa Yokoyama SIN and Leonardo Lombardi BRA. 113 participants. The ranking liste.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   
The Optimist World Championship 2012 in Santo Domingo began yesterday with the Practice Race. As from today, the 260 participants from 52 nations start racing. Representing Switzerland are from Bienne Philippe Pittet and Damian Suri, from Cham Camille Casco as well as from Lake Geneva Wolf Van Cauwenberghe (Vevey) and Maxime Bachelin (Pully). The weather is hot and humid, with thunderstorms in the evening. During the day, a seabreeze is mostly filling in. As a prologue to the Championship, a tune-up race was organised last week, and after three races, Irina Pineyrua PER was first ahead of Elisa Yokoyama SIN and Leonardo Lombardi BRA. Damian Suri SUI finished excellent 7th (second-best European) of the 113 participants. The ranking liste. This year again, most teams publish a website of their-own, such as the Swiss Team, having been in Santo Domingo for quite a while already.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   
The Optimist Europeans in Italy comes to its final phase, and their is already the most important competition for the youngest sailors ahead: the Optimist World Championship in Santo Domingo DOM. On July 16, the Practice Race takes place with teams from 52 nations, among them teams from Switzerland, France, Austria and Germany. A video-trailer has just been published presenting the venue.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014   
The Optimist Europeans in Italy comes to its final phase, and their is already the most important competition for the youngest sailors ahead: the Optimist World Championship in Santo Domingo DOM. On July 16, the Practice Race takes place with teams from 52 nations, from traditional sailing nations and more and more from developing countries. A video-trailer presenting the venue has just been published .
 
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Regatta-News
Monday, September 15, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Winning the last race of her fleet, the Singapore girl Elisa Yukie Yokoama SIN earned the Optimist World Champion's title 2012. This is the second victory for Singapore, and after Noppakao Poonpat THA (2010) und Kimberly Lim SIN (2011) the third title for a girl in a row. With Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Loh SIN, the podium is completely Singapore. Bart Lambriex NED on rank 4 is the best European. - The final ranking and the report.
Monday, September 15, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Winning the last race of her fleet, the Singapore girl Elisa Yukie Yokoama SIN earned the Optimist World Champion's title 2012. This is the second victory for Singapore, and after Noppakao Poonpat THA (2010) und Kimberly Lim SIN (2011) the third title for a girl in a row. With Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Loh SIN, the podium is completely Singapore. Bart Lambriex NED on rank 4 is the best European. Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI follows on rank 28, Damian Suri SUI is 39th and Camillo Casco SUI 62nd. - The final ranking, the report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Monday, September 15, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Each of the four fleets sailed two races yesterday in good conditions, and after seven heats sailed, the discard result comes into effect. The Optimists from Singapore remain a class of their own never seen in an Optimist Worlds so far. They occupy the ranks 1 - 4, and the fight for the title today will be between Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN one point behind, and - another point behind - Jessica Goh SIN. The results and the official report.
Monday, September 15, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Each of the four fleets sailed two races yesterday in good conditions, and after seven heat sailed, the discard result comes into effect. The Optimists from Singapore remain a class of their own never seen in an Optimist Worlds so far. They occupy the ranks 1 - 4, and the fight for the title today will be between Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN one point behind, and - another point behind - Jessica Goh SIN. With the day ranks 14 and 9 of his fleet, Wolf van Cauwenberghe SUI progressed again on rank 20. Camillo Casco SUI follows on rank 42. The results, the official report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Monday, September 15, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
In spite of a constant 7-12 kn breeze, only the two fleets missing race 5 were able to sail a heat with some changes in the overall rankings, but with no changes on top, where the Singapore sailors Elisa Yokoyama SIN, two points ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and 11 points in front of Jessica Goh SIN hold the lead. The results, the video of the day and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
The last races are on the program today and tomorrow.
Monday, September 15, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
In spite of a constant 7-12 kn breeze, only the two fleets missing race 5 were able to sail a heat with some changes in the overall rankings, but with no changes on top, where the Singapore sailors Elisa Yokoyama SIN, two points ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and 11 points in front of Jessica Goh SIN hold the lead. A 29th place finish dropped Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI out of the top-10 down on rank 25. Camillo Casco SUI follows as 51st. The results, the video of the day and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
The last races are on the program today and tomorrow.
Monday, September 15, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Yesterday, the Optimist Team Race World Championship was terminated in Santo Domingo with the Singapore Team defeating the USA Team clearly in the final. The Netherlands Team took the Bronze Medal. As from today, the individual World Championship - with Singapore sailors on the interims' ranks 1-3 - will continue. The ranking list.
Monday, September 15, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Yesterday, the Optimist Team Race World Championship was terminated in Santo Domingo with the Singapore Team defeating the USA Team clearly in the final. The Netherlands Team took the Bronze Medal. The Swiss eliminated already in the Qualification Round on Saturday had a lay day. As from today, the individual World Championship - with Singapore sailors on the interims' ranks 1-3 - will continue. Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI is on the excellent 7th place of the 238 participants. The ranking list and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Monday, September 15, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The preliminary round of the Team-Racing competition was on the program yesterday at the Optimist Worlds in Santo Domingo. The best 16 teams continue today for the Team Race title, a traditional competition at the Optimist Championship. The results and the official report with video.
Monday, September 15, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The preliminary round of the Team-Racing competition was on the program yesterday at the Optimist Worlds in Santo Domingo. The best 16 teams continue today for the Team Race title, a traditional competition at the Optimist Championship. Switzerland was eliminated in a close match by Argentina in the last duel. The report of the Swiss Team, the results and the official report with video.
Monday, September 15, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The rain delayed the program also yesterday and in spite of a moved up starting hour, only two of the four fleets could sail both planned races. In the overall rankings, the 'Singapore-Championship' goes on with Elisa Yokoyama SIN back on top followed by Samuel Neo SIN two points behind and Jessica Goh SIN. The first European is Max Clapp GBR on position 4. The results, the official report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Monday, September 15, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The rain delayed the program also yesterday and in spite of a moved up starting hour, only two of the four fleets could sail both planned races. In the overall rankings, the 'Singapore-Championship' goes on with Elisa Yokoyama SIN back on top followed by Samuel Neo SIN two points behind and Jessica Goh SIN. The first European is Max Clapp GBR on position 4. Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI remains on the excellent 7th place. Philippe Pittet SUI and Camillo Casco SUI follow on the ranks 52 and 53. The results, the official report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Monday, September 15, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
After the unplanned lay day of Wednesday, at least one race could be sailed yesterday before the tropical thunderstorm killed the seabreeze again. Outstanding the Singapore Team now on the first three places overall. Samuel Neo SIN leads at equal points with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, and 10 points behind comes Jessica Goh SIN. The results and the videos.
Monday, September 15, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
After the unplanned lay day of Wednesday, at least one race could be sailed yesterday before the tropical thunderstorm killed the seabreeze again. Outstanding the Singapore Team now on the first three places overall. Samuel Neo SIN leads at equal points with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, and 10 points behind comes Jessica Goh SIN. With a 3rd race rank, Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI is on the sensational 6th interims rank, and also the other Swiss have shown a remarkable performance. Camillo Casco SUI, also with a 3rd race rank in his fleet, is now on rank 43, Philippe Pittet SUI follows as 47th. The results, the videos and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Monday, September 15, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
An early morning thunderstorm killed the seabreeze for the day and no races were sailed yesterday. Leaders after the first day are Eliza Yokoyama SIN ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and Bart Lambriex NED. The rankings and the official short report. In addition, the video of day one has been posted.
Monday, September 15, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
An early morning thunderstorm killed the seabreeze for the day and no races were sailed yesterday. Leaders after the first day are Eliza Yokoyama SIN ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and Bart Lambriex NED. Wolf Van Cauwenberge SUI had an excellent start to the Championship as 16th of the 230 participants. The rankings, the official short report and the weblog of the Swiss Team. In addition, the video of day one has been posted.
Monday, September 15, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Light to moderate winds prevailed yesterday on day one of the Optimist World Championship 2012 on Santo Domingo. Outstanding the Singapore Team occupying the ranks 1, 2 and 4 with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Goh SIN. On rank 3 is Bart Lambriex NED. The rankings and the event-website.
Monday, September 15, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Light to moderate winds prevailed yesterday on day one of the Optimist World Championship 2012 on Santo Domingo. Outstanding the Singapore Team occupying the ranks 1, 2 and 4 with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Goh SIN. On rank 3 is Bart Lambriex NED. With the day ranks 12 and 4 in his fleet, Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI is on the excellent 16th place. Philippe Pittet SUI follows on position 74. The rankings, the event-website and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Monday, September 15, 2014   
The Optimist World Championship 2012 in Santo Domingo began yesterday with the Practice Race and as from today, the 260 participants from 52 nations start racing. The weather is hot and humid, with thunderstorms in the evening. During the day, a seabreeze is mostly filling in. As a prologue to the Championship, a tune-up race was organised last week, and after three races, Irina Pineyrua PER was first ahead of Elisa Yokoyama SIN and Leonardo Lombardi BRA. 113 participants. The ranking liste.
Monday, September 15, 2014   
The Optimist World Championship 2012 in Santo Domingo began yesterday with the Practice Race. As from today, the 260 participants from 52 nations start racing. Representing Switzerland are from Bienne Philippe Pittet and Damian Suri, from Cham Camille Casco as well as from Lake Geneva Wolf Van Cauwenberghe (Vevey) and Maxime Bachelin (Pully). The weather is hot and humid, with thunderstorms in the evening. During the day, a seabreeze is mostly filling in. As a prologue to the Championship, a tune-up race was organised last week, and after three races, Irina Pineyrua PER was first ahead of Elisa Yokoyama SIN and Leonardo Lombardi BRA. Damian Suri SUI finished excellent 7th (second-best European) of the 113 participants. The ranking liste. This year again, most teams publish a website of their-own, such as the Swiss Team, having been in Santo Domingo for quite a while already.
Monday, September 15, 2014   
The Optimist Europeans in Italy comes to its final phase, and their is already the most important competition for the youngest sailors ahead: the Optimist World Championship in Santo Domingo DOM. On July 16, the Practice Race takes place with teams from 52 nations, among them teams from Switzerland, France, Austria and Germany. A video-trailer has just been published presenting the venue.
Monday, September 15, 2014   
The Optimist Europeans in Italy comes to its final phase, and their is already the most important competition for the youngest sailors ahead: the Optimist World Championship in Santo Domingo DOM. On July 16, the Practice Race takes place with teams from 52 nations, from traditional sailing nations and more and more from developing countries. A video-trailer presenting the venue has just been published .
 
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Sunday, September 14, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Winning the last race of her fleet, the Singapore girl Elisa Yukie Yokoama SIN earned the Optimist World Champion's title 2012. This is the second victory for Singapore, and after Noppakao Poonpat THA (2010) und Kimberly Lim SIN (2011) the third title for a girl in a row. With Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Loh SIN, the podium is completely Singapore. Bart Lambriex NED on rank 4 is the best European. - The final ranking and the report.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Winning the last race of her fleet, the Singapore girl Elisa Yukie Yokoama SIN earned the Optimist World Champion's title 2012. This is the second victory for Singapore, and after Noppakao Poonpat THA (2010) und Kimberly Lim SIN (2011) the third title for a girl in a row. With Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Loh SIN, the podium is completely Singapore. Bart Lambriex NED on rank 4 is the best European. Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI follows on rank 28, Damian Suri SUI is 39th and Camillo Casco SUI 62nd. - The final ranking, the report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Each of the four fleets sailed two races yesterday in good conditions, and after seven heats sailed, the discard result comes into effect. The Optimists from Singapore remain a class of their own never seen in an Optimist Worlds so far. They occupy the ranks 1 - 4, and the fight for the title today will be between Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN one point behind, and - another point behind - Jessica Goh SIN. The results and the official report.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Each of the four fleets sailed two races yesterday in good conditions, and after seven heat sailed, the discard result comes into effect. The Optimists from Singapore remain a class of their own never seen in an Optimist Worlds so far. They occupy the ranks 1 - 4, and the fight for the title today will be between Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN one point behind, and - another point behind - Jessica Goh SIN. With the day ranks 14 and 9 of his fleet, Wolf van Cauwenberghe SUI progressed again on rank 20. Camillo Casco SUI follows on rank 42. The results, the official report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
In spite of a constant 7-12 kn breeze, only the two fleets missing race 5 were able to sail a heat with some changes in the overall rankings, but with no changes on top, where the Singapore sailors Elisa Yokoyama SIN, two points ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and 11 points in front of Jessica Goh SIN hold the lead. The results, the video of the day and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
The last races are on the program today and tomorrow.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
In spite of a constant 7-12 kn breeze, only the two fleets missing race 5 were able to sail a heat with some changes in the overall rankings, but with no changes on top, where the Singapore sailors Elisa Yokoyama SIN, two points ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and 11 points in front of Jessica Goh SIN hold the lead. A 29th place finish dropped Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI out of the top-10 down on rank 25. Camillo Casco SUI follows as 51st. The results, the video of the day and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
The last races are on the program today and tomorrow.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Yesterday, the Optimist Team Race World Championship was terminated in Santo Domingo with the Singapore Team defeating the USA Team clearly in the final. The Netherlands Team took the Bronze Medal. As from today, the individual World Championship - with Singapore sailors on the interims' ranks 1-3 - will continue. The ranking list.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Yesterday, the Optimist Team Race World Championship was terminated in Santo Domingo with the Singapore Team defeating the USA Team clearly in the final. The Netherlands Team took the Bronze Medal. The Swiss eliminated already in the Qualification Round on Saturday had a lay day. As from today, the individual World Championship - with Singapore sailors on the interims' ranks 1-3 - will continue. Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI is on the excellent 7th place of the 238 participants. The ranking list and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The preliminary round of the Team-Racing competition was on the program yesterday at the Optimist Worlds in Santo Domingo. The best 16 teams continue today for the Team Race title, a traditional competition at the Optimist Championship. The results and the official report with video.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The preliminary round of the Team-Racing competition was on the program yesterday at the Optimist Worlds in Santo Domingo. The best 16 teams continue today for the Team Race title, a traditional competition at the Optimist Championship. Switzerland was eliminated in a close match by Argentina in the last duel. The report of the Swiss Team, the results and the official report with video.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The rain delayed the program also yesterday and in spite of a moved up starting hour, only two of the four fleets could sail both planned races. In the overall rankings, the 'Singapore-Championship' goes on with Elisa Yokoyama SIN back on top followed by Samuel Neo SIN two points behind and Jessica Goh SIN. The first European is Max Clapp GBR on position 4. The results, the official report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The rain delayed the program also yesterday and in spite of a moved up starting hour, only two of the four fleets could sail both planned races. In the overall rankings, the 'Singapore-Championship' goes on with Elisa Yokoyama SIN back on top followed by Samuel Neo SIN two points behind and Jessica Goh SIN. The first European is Max Clapp GBR on position 4. Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI remains on the excellent 7th place. Philippe Pittet SUI and Camillo Casco SUI follow on the ranks 52 and 53. The results, the official report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
After the unplanned lay day of Wednesday, at least one race could be sailed yesterday before the tropical thunderstorm killed the seabreeze again. Outstanding the Singapore Team now on the first three places overall. Samuel Neo SIN leads at equal points with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, and 10 points behind comes Jessica Goh SIN. The results and the videos.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
After the unplanned lay day of Wednesday, at least one race could be sailed yesterday before the tropical thunderstorm killed the seabreeze again. Outstanding the Singapore Team now on the first three places overall. Samuel Neo SIN leads at equal points with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, and 10 points behind comes Jessica Goh SIN. With a 3rd race rank, Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI is on the sensational 6th interims rank, and also the other Swiss have shown a remarkable performance. Camillo Casco SUI, also with a 3rd race rank in his fleet, is now on rank 43, Philippe Pittet SUI follows as 47th. The results, the videos and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
An early morning thunderstorm killed the seabreeze for the day and no races were sailed yesterday. Leaders after the first day are Eliza Yokoyama SIN ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and Bart Lambriex NED. The rankings and the official short report. In addition, the video of day one has been posted.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
An early morning thunderstorm killed the seabreeze for the day and no races were sailed yesterday. Leaders after the first day are Eliza Yokoyama SIN ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and Bart Lambriex NED. Wolf Van Cauwenberge SUI had an excellent start to the Championship as 16th of the 230 participants. The rankings, the official short report and the weblog of the Swiss Team. In addition, the video of day one has been posted.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Light to moderate winds prevailed yesterday on day one of the Optimist World Championship 2012 on Santo Domingo. Outstanding the Singapore Team occupying the ranks 1, 2 and 4 with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Goh SIN. On rank 3 is Bart Lambriex NED. The rankings and the event-website.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Light to moderate winds prevailed yesterday on day one of the Optimist World Championship 2012 on Santo Domingo. Outstanding the Singapore Team occupying the ranks 1, 2 and 4 with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Goh SIN. On rank 3 is Bart Lambriex NED. With the day ranks 12 and 4 in his fleet, Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI is on the excellent 16th place. Philippe Pittet SUI follows on position 74. The rankings, the event-website and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   
The Optimist World Championship 2012 in Santo Domingo began yesterday with the Practice Race and as from today, the 260 participants from 52 nations start racing. The weather is hot and humid, with thunderstorms in the evening. During the day, a seabreeze is mostly filling in. As a prologue to the Championship, a tune-up race was organised last week, and after three races, Irina Pineyrua PER was first ahead of Elisa Yokoyama SIN and Leonardo Lombardi BRA. 113 participants. The ranking liste.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   
The Optimist World Championship 2012 in Santo Domingo began yesterday with the Practice Race. As from today, the 260 participants from 52 nations start racing. Representing Switzerland are from Bienne Philippe Pittet and Damian Suri, from Cham Camille Casco as well as from Lake Geneva Wolf Van Cauwenberghe (Vevey) and Maxime Bachelin (Pully). The weather is hot and humid, with thunderstorms in the evening. During the day, a seabreeze is mostly filling in. As a prologue to the Championship, a tune-up race was organised last week, and after three races, Irina Pineyrua PER was first ahead of Elisa Yokoyama SIN and Leonardo Lombardi BRA. Damian Suri SUI finished excellent 7th (second-best European) of the 113 participants. The ranking liste. This year again, most teams publish a website of their-own, such as the Swiss Team, having been in Santo Domingo for quite a while already.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   
The Optimist Europeans in Italy comes to its final phase, and their is already the most important competition for the youngest sailors ahead: the Optimist World Championship in Santo Domingo DOM. On July 16, the Practice Race takes place with teams from 52 nations, among them teams from Switzerland, France, Austria and Germany. A video-trailer has just been published presenting the venue.
Sunday, September 14, 2014   
The Optimist Europeans in Italy comes to its final phase, and their is already the most important competition for the youngest sailors ahead: the Optimist World Championship in Santo Domingo DOM. On July 16, the Practice Race takes place with teams from 52 nations, from traditional sailing nations and more and more from developing countries. A video-trailer presenting the venue has just been published .
 
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Saturday, September 13, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Winning the last race of her fleet, the Singapore girl Elisa Yukie Yokoama SIN earned the Optimist World Champion's title 2012. This is the second victory for Singapore, and after Noppakao Poonpat THA (2010) und Kimberly Lim SIN (2011) the third title for a girl in a row. With Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Loh SIN, the podium is completely Singapore. Bart Lambriex NED on rank 4 is the best European. - The final ranking and the report.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Winning the last race of her fleet, the Singapore girl Elisa Yukie Yokoama SIN earned the Optimist World Champion's title 2012. This is the second victory for Singapore, and after Noppakao Poonpat THA (2010) und Kimberly Lim SIN (2011) the third title for a girl in a row. With Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Loh SIN, the podium is completely Singapore. Bart Lambriex NED on rank 4 is the best European. Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI follows on rank 28, Damian Suri SUI is 39th and Camillo Casco SUI 62nd. - The final ranking, the report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Each of the four fleets sailed two races yesterday in good conditions, and after seven heats sailed, the discard result comes into effect. The Optimists from Singapore remain a class of their own never seen in an Optimist Worlds so far. They occupy the ranks 1 - 4, and the fight for the title today will be between Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN one point behind, and - another point behind - Jessica Goh SIN. The results and the official report.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Each of the four fleets sailed two races yesterday in good conditions, and after seven heat sailed, the discard result comes into effect. The Optimists from Singapore remain a class of their own never seen in an Optimist Worlds so far. They occupy the ranks 1 - 4, and the fight for the title today will be between Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN one point behind, and - another point behind - Jessica Goh SIN. With the day ranks 14 and 9 of his fleet, Wolf van Cauwenberghe SUI progressed again on rank 20. Camillo Casco SUI follows on rank 42. The results, the official report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
In spite of a constant 7-12 kn breeze, only the two fleets missing race 5 were able to sail a heat with some changes in the overall rankings, but with no changes on top, where the Singapore sailors Elisa Yokoyama SIN, two points ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and 11 points in front of Jessica Goh SIN hold the lead. The results, the video of the day and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
The last races are on the program today and tomorrow.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
In spite of a constant 7-12 kn breeze, only the two fleets missing race 5 were able to sail a heat with some changes in the overall rankings, but with no changes on top, where the Singapore sailors Elisa Yokoyama SIN, two points ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and 11 points in front of Jessica Goh SIN hold the lead. A 29th place finish dropped Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI out of the top-10 down on rank 25. Camillo Casco SUI follows as 51st. The results, the video of the day and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
The last races are on the program today and tomorrow.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Yesterday, the Optimist Team Race World Championship was terminated in Santo Domingo with the Singapore Team defeating the USA Team clearly in the final. The Netherlands Team took the Bronze Medal. As from today, the individual World Championship - with Singapore sailors on the interims' ranks 1-3 - will continue. The ranking list.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Yesterday, the Optimist Team Race World Championship was terminated in Santo Domingo with the Singapore Team defeating the USA Team clearly in the final. The Netherlands Team took the Bronze Medal. The Swiss eliminated already in the Qualification Round on Saturday had a lay day. As from today, the individual World Championship - with Singapore sailors on the interims' ranks 1-3 - will continue. Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI is on the excellent 7th place of the 238 participants. The ranking list and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The preliminary round of the Team-Racing competition was on the program yesterday at the Optimist Worlds in Santo Domingo. The best 16 teams continue today for the Team Race title, a traditional competition at the Optimist Championship. The results and the official report with video.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The preliminary round of the Team-Racing competition was on the program yesterday at the Optimist Worlds in Santo Domingo. The best 16 teams continue today for the Team Race title, a traditional competition at the Optimist Championship. Switzerland was eliminated in a close match by Argentina in the last duel. The report of the Swiss Team, the results and the official report with video.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The rain delayed the program also yesterday and in spite of a moved up starting hour, only two of the four fleets could sail both planned races. In the overall rankings, the 'Singapore-Championship' goes on with Elisa Yokoyama SIN back on top followed by Samuel Neo SIN two points behind and Jessica Goh SIN. The first European is Max Clapp GBR on position 4. The results, the official report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
The rain delayed the program also yesterday and in spite of a moved up starting hour, only two of the four fleets could sail both planned races. In the overall rankings, the 'Singapore-Championship' goes on with Elisa Yokoyama SIN back on top followed by Samuel Neo SIN two points behind and Jessica Goh SIN. The first European is Max Clapp GBR on position 4. Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI remains on the excellent 7th place. Philippe Pittet SUI and Camillo Casco SUI follow on the ranks 52 and 53. The results, the official report and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
After the unplanned lay day of Wednesday, at least one race could be sailed yesterday before the tropical thunderstorm killed the seabreeze again. Outstanding the Singapore Team now on the first three places overall. Samuel Neo SIN leads at equal points with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, and 10 points behind comes Jessica Goh SIN. The results and the videos.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
After the unplanned lay day of Wednesday, at least one race could be sailed yesterday before the tropical thunderstorm killed the seabreeze again. Outstanding the Singapore Team now on the first three places overall. Samuel Neo SIN leads at equal points with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, and 10 points behind comes Jessica Goh SIN. With a 3rd race rank, Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI is on the sensational 6th interims rank, and also the other Swiss have shown a remarkable performance. Camillo Casco SUI, also with a 3rd race rank in his fleet, is now on rank 43, Philippe Pittet SUI follows as 47th. The results, the videos and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
An early morning thunderstorm killed the seabreeze for the day and no races were sailed yesterday. Leaders after the first day are Eliza Yokoyama SIN ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and Bart Lambriex NED. The rankings and the official short report. In addition, the video of day one has been posted.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
An early morning thunderstorm killed the seabreeze for the day and no races were sailed yesterday. Leaders after the first day are Eliza Yokoyama SIN ahead of Samuel Neo SIN and Bart Lambriex NED. Wolf Van Cauwenberge SUI had an excellent start to the Championship as 16th of the 230 participants. The rankings, the official short report and the weblog of the Swiss Team. In addition, the video of day one has been posted.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Light to moderate winds prevailed yesterday on day one of the Optimist World Championship 2012 on Santo Domingo. Outstanding the Singapore Team occupying the ranks 1, 2 and 4 with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Goh SIN. On rank 3 is Bart Lambriex NED. The rankings and the event-website.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   (Image © Matias Capizzano)
Light to moderate winds prevailed yesterday on day one of the Optimist World Championship 2012 on Santo Domingo. Outstanding the Singapore Team occupying the ranks 1, 2 and 4 with Elisa Yokoyama SIN, Samuel Neo SIN and Jessica Goh SIN. On rank 3 is Bart Lambriex NED. With the day ranks 12 and 4 in his fleet, Wolf Van Cauwenberghe SUI is on the excellent 16th place. Philippe Pittet SUI follows on position 74. The rankings, the event-website and the weblog of the Swiss Team.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   
The Optimist World Championship 2012 in Santo Domingo began yesterday with the Practice Race and as from today, the 260 participants from 52 nations start racing. The weather is hot and humid, with thunderstorms in the evening. During the day, a seabreeze is mostly filling in. As a prologue to the Championship, a tune-up race was organised last week, and after three races, Irina Pineyrua PER was first ahead of Elisa Yokoyama SIN and Leonardo Lombardi BRA. 113 participants. The ranking liste.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   
The Optimist World Championship 2012 in Santo Domingo began yesterday with the Practice Race. As from today, the 260 participants from 52 nations start racing. Representing Switzerland are from Bienne Philippe Pittet and Damian Suri, from Cham Camille Casco as well as from Lake Geneva Wolf Van Cauwenberghe (Vevey) and Maxime Bachelin (Pully). The weather is hot and humid, with thunderstorms in the evening. During the day, a seabreeze is mostly filling in. As a prologue to the Championship, a tune-up race was organised last week, and after three races, Irina Pineyrua PER was first ahead of Elisa Yokoyama SIN and Leonardo Lombardi BRA. Damian Suri SUI finished excellent 7th (second-best European) of the 113 participants. The ranking liste. This year again, most teams publish a website of their-own, such as the Swiss Team, having been in Santo Domingo for quite a while already.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   
The Optimist Europeans in Italy comes to its final phase, and their is already the most important competition for the youngest sailors ahead: the Optimist World Championship in Santo Domingo DOM. On July 16, the Practice Race takes place with teams from 52 nations, among them teams from Switzerland, France, Austria and Germany. A video-trailer has just been published presenting the venue.
Saturday, September 13, 2014   
The Optimist Europeans in Italy comes to its final phase, and their is already the most important competition for the youngest sailors ahead: the Optimist World Championship in Santo Domingo DOM. On July 16, the Practice Race takes place with teams from 52 nations, from traditional sailing nations and more and more from developing countries. A video-trailer presenting the venue has just been published .
 
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