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ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship 2012 - Dublin IRL

Saturday, 14. July 2012– Saturday, 21. July 2012

Website: www.isafyouthworlds.com/editions/2012/index.php

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Thursday, October 30, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Difficult light wind conditions prevailed yesterday on the last day of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships in Ireland, and the last race brought some changes on top of the rankings. Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP had regained their title with the 29ers on Thursday already. Rual/Biton FRA and Lange/Majdalani ARG secured the Silver and Bronze Medal. No change also on the SL-16-catamarans[/URL, where White/Britz GBR took Gold, Darmanin/Copeland AUS Silver and Lowy/Vidal BRA Bronze. While the two top teams from France and the Netherlands were involved in a close duel in the final race of the [url=wxw.isafyouthworlds.com/editions/2012/38606.php]420 Boys, the 3rd-ranked David and Alex Charles ESP finished first and passed on top of the rankings taking the title. Pirouelle/Sipan FRA and Goedhart/Van Stekelenborg NED had to content themselves with Silver and Bronze. In the 420-Girls however, the leaders Illaria Paternoster/Benedetta Disalle ITA defended their first position ahead of Smith/Clark AUS and Vose/Irwin GBR. Howitz/Fuente CHI missed the podium by one point only. Mitchell Kiss USA, the clear leader during a major part of the Laser Radial Boys Championship and starting with an 11 points cushion to the last race lived a disaster final day. Knowing that Kiss had an early start disqualification as discard result, Mark Spearman AUS sailed the American down on the last place in the fleet in a ruthless fight... and the title went to the Australian. Mitchell Kiss USA even dropped out of the Medals ! Silver went to Finn Lynch IRL, Bronze to Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR. Julia Carlsson SWE is the winner in the Laser Radial Girls. Line Höst NOR and Cecilia Zorzi ITA gained the other two Medals. In the RS:X-Windsurfer G
Girls
, Saskia Skills GBR remained the clear winner ahead of Naomi Cohen ISR and Veronic Fanciulli ITA. Wonwood Cho KOR defended his title in the RS:X-Windsurfer Boys by a small two points' margin on Mattia Camboni ITA. Maxime Labat climbed on rank 3 on the last day. The Nations Trophy went to England ahead of France and Italy. All results and the final report.
Thursday, October 30, 2014   
Difficult light wind conditions prevailed yesterday on the last day of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships in Ireland, and the last race brought some changes on top of the rankings. Mitchell Kiss USA, the clear leader during a major part of the Laser Radial Boys Championship and starting with an 11 points cushion to the last race lived a disaster final day. Knowing that Kiss had an early start disqualification as discard result, Mark Spearman AUS sailed the American down on the last place in the fleet in a ruthless fight... and the title went to the Australian. Mitchell Kiss USA even dropped out of the Medals ! Silver went to Finn Lynch IRL, Bronze to Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR.
Julia Carlsson SWE is the winner in the Laser Radial Girls. Line Höst NOR and Cecilia Zorzi ITA earned the other two Medals. All results and the final report.
Thursday, October 30, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
No improvements for the Swiss on the last day of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship 2012. Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI finished on rank 22 with the 420-Boys, Sébastien Schneiter SUI is 25th in the Lasers Radial Boys. The Girls just made the top 20s with Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI as 19th in the 420 Girls and Alexandra Reyroux SUI - surprisingly the only Swiss with top race ranks - also as 19th in the Laser Radial Girls. The official report.
Thursday, October 30, 2014   
Two races were sailed yesterday in moderate conditions. Though there is still one final day of racing scheduled at the 2012 ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship on Dublin Bay in Ireland, two class titles have already been decided. In the 29ers, the defending champions Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP have been on top since the first day and cannot be overtaken after 11 races thanks to a 5th place fininsh as discard results. Lucas Rual/Thomas Biton FRA and 5 points behind Klaus Lange/Mateo Majdalani ARG will sail for Silver and Bronze today. Rupert White/Tom Britz GBRin the SL-16-catamarans made everything clear for the title with two race wins. Three teams fight today for the other two medals: Lowy/Vidal BRA are two points ahead of Darmanin/Copeland AUS, and another point back are Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL. On a good way to the title are also Pirouelle/Sipan FRA in the 420 Boys with an 11 points' advantage on Goedhart/Van Stekelenborg NED and - another two points behind - Charles/Charles ESP. Fully open however is the situation in the 420 Girls, where the best of the day Paternoster/Disalle ITA are now one point in front of Smith/Clark AUS. 10 points farther back duel Vose/Urman GBR and Horwitz/Fuentes CHI for the Bronze-Medal. Mitchell Kiss USA has a solid 13 points' lead before the last race in the Lasers Radial, and the second-ranked Mark Spearman AUS has a 17 points' advantage over the third Finn Lynch IRL auf, who will be attacked for Bronze by Hermann Tomasgaard NOR one point behind. In the Laser Radial Girls, there is only a small theoretical chance to take the title away from Julia Carlsson SWE who has a 19 points lead on Line Höst NOR. The 3rd-ranked Cecilia Zorzi ITA is only one point in front of Pinar Kaynar TUR. The Gold- and Silvermedals seem to be awarded in the RS:X-female windsurfers, as Saskia Skills GBR on top is 13 points in front of Naomi Cohen ISR, and another 12 points back follow Veronica Fanciulli ITA; Natalia Kapczyk POL and Anastasyia Valkevick BLR separated by 3 points. Tied on top of the RS:X male windsurfers are the defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR and Mattia Camboni ITA, while the Maxime Labat FRA and Aleksander Tugaryev UKR is fighting for Bronze. The daily report and all ranking lists.
Thursday, October 30, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Two races were sailed yesterday in moderate conditions. Though there is still one final day of racing scheduled at the 2012 ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship on Dublin Bay in Ireland, some of the medals are already given: Mitchell Kiss USA has a solid 13 points' lead before the last race in the Lasers Radial, and the second-ranked Mark Spearman AUS has a 17 points' advantage over the third Finn Lynch IRL auf, who will be attacked for Bronze by Hermann Tomasgaard NOR one point behind. In the Laser Radial Girls, there is only a small theoretical chance to take the title away from Julia Carlsson SWE who has a 19 points lead on Line Höst NOR. The 3rd-ranked Cecilia Zorzi ITA is only one point in front of Pinar Kaynar TUR. The daily report and all ranking lists.
Thursday, October 30, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
The moderate conditions yesterday favored above all Sébastien Schneiter SUI in the Lasers Radial men, where he finished 30th and 12th, advancing on rank 21 overall. Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI suffered another disqualification in the 420 Boys, but thanks to a 12th race rank, they remain in the top 20. With more solid mid-fleet ranks, Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI remain on position 17 in the 420 Girls. Bad luck however for Alexandra Rayroux SUI who was performing well during the past days. She had to abandon racing for the day in the Radial Girls due sickness, what made her drop on rank 20. All ranking lists and the official report.
Thursday, October 30, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
The second half of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship 2012 after the lay day began yesterday with two races sailed in an initial 15 kn breeze, decreasing during the day. In most of the classes, the situation remains fully open, and changes might occur especially as lighter winds have been announced for the last two days of the event.
In the 420-Boys, the leaders Pirouelle/Sipan FRA had their weakest day so far, allowing Goedhard/Van Stekelenborg NED to close the points' gap. As best of the day, the 3rd-ranked Charles/Charles ESP remain only 5 points behind. A five points' separation also for the first three in the 420-Girls with Smith/Clarke AUS ahead of Paternoster/Disalle ITA and Vose/Urwin GBR. The defending champions Robles/Trittel ESP in the 29ers succeeded to extend their lead on 3 points with two bullets yesterday, but Rual/Biton FRA keep on, and these two teams will fight for the title in the two days to come. Lange/Majdalani ARG on 3rd are already 16 points back. In the SL-16-catamarans, White/Britz GBR remain on top with Darmanin/Copeland AUS 4 points behind. Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL stays on rank 3. In spite of a premature start, Mitchell Kiss USA keeps a solid 11 points' lead in the Laser Radial-Boys. Marco Zani ITA and Mark Spearman AUS are on the positions 2 and 3. In the Laser Radial Girls, Julia Carlsson SWE has taken the lead for the first time with a 16 points' advantage over Maria-Cristina Boabaid BRA. Line Höst NOR descended on the 3rd rank. Even larger is the advance of Saskia Skills GBR in the RS:X-female windsurfers with 16 points on Naomi Cohen ISR and Anastasiya Valkevich BLR. The RS:X-Boys champion's race will be between the defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR and Mattia Camboni ITA only 2 points behind. Michael Cheng HKG on the 3rd place is over 20 points back. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Thursday, October 30, 2014   
The second half of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship 2012 after the lay day began yesterday with two races sailed in an initial 15 kn breeze, decreasing during the day. In most of the classes, but not in the Lasers, the situation remains fully open, and changes might occur especially as lighter winds have been announced for the last two days of the event.
In spite of a premature start, Mitchell Kiss USA keeps a solid 11 points' lead in the Laser Radial-Boys. Marco Zani ITA and Mark Spearman AUS are on the positions 2 and 3. In the Laser Radial Girls, Julia Carlsson SWE has taken the lead for the first time with a 16 points' advantage over Maria-Cristina Boabaid BRA. Line Höst NOR descended on the 3rd rank. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Thursday, October 30, 2014   (Image © Dave Maher)
The ISAF Youth Worlds sailors had their lay day yesterday in Dublin IRL. From today until Saturday, the races for the title will intensify. Here all interims rankings after 7 races. The wind forecast for today with up to 20 kn predicts another breezy day, but towards the end of the Championship, the wind will become more moderate. The event-website.
Thursday, October 30, 2014   (Image © Dave Maher)
Shifty and gusty westerly offshore winds and torrential rain and reduced visibility prevailed again on day three of the Youth Sailing Worlds on Dublin Bay. All classes sailed another two races before the lay day today and three days of competition to go. Results remains closest among the 420-Girls' leaders where, after they sailed "a blinder", scoring two bullets today, Australia's Smith/Clark are now tied on 20 points with yesterday's leaders, Vose/Urwin (GBR), in turn two points ahead of Italy's Paternoster/Disalle. In the 420-Boys, Guillaume Pirouelle/Valentin Sipan FRA could extend their lead on 8 points, and Goedhart/Van Steckelenborg NED are as solid on rank 2. Charles/Charles ESP follow on the 3rd place. The defending champions Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP in the 29ers remained on top, but the first persuers Rual/Biton FRA are now only one point behind. The new 3rd are Lange/Majdalani ARG. No changes in the SL-16-catamarans, where White/Britz GBR extended their lead with another race win. Darmanin/Copeland AUS and Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL stayed on the positions 2 and 3. Mitchell Kiss USA is the sole leader in the Lasers Radial Boys with Maksim Nikolaev RUS 3 points back. The best of the day Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR advanced on the 3rd place. Still a close pack is on top of the Laser Radial Girls with Line Höst NOR 3 points ahead of the surprising Pinar Kaydar TUR and 4 points in front of Julia Karlsson SWE. Dominating remains Saskia Skills GBR as first in the RS:X-Girls, as the 2nd Anastasiya Valkevich BLR is already 13 points behind. The new 3rd is Naomi Cohen ISR. In the RS:X-Boys, it is the defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR who keeps the lead followed by Mattia Camboni ITA and Kiran Badloe NED. Leading the Youth Worlds Nations Cup at halftime of the championship is France, ahead of England and Spain. All ranking lists, the daily report and the videos.
Thursday, October 30, 2014   (Image © Dave Maher)
No improvements by the four Swiss teams at the Youth Worlds. In the 420 Boys, Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI added two 24th ranks to their score sheet and are now 17th overall. The 420-Girls Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI remain also on rank 17 after 7 races. Sébastien Schneiter SUI in the Lasers Radial Boys had to accept a disqualification dropping him on rank 29 overall. Only Alexandra Rayroux SUI made a positive experience finishing 3rd in one race, bringing her on the 18th position overall in the Lasers Radial Girls. In the Nations' Trophy, Switzerland is on rank 34.
Thursday, October 30, 2014   
Shifty and gusty westerly offshore winds and torrential rain and reduced visibility prevailed again on day three of the Youth Sailing Worlds on Dublin Bay. All classes sailed another two races before the lay day today and three days of competition to go. Mitchell Kiss USA is the sole leader in the Lasers Radial Boys with Maksim Nikolaev RUS 3 points back. The best of the day Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR advanced on the 3rd place. Still a close pack is on top of the Laser Radial Girls with Line Höst NOR 3 points ahead of the surprising Pinar Kaydar TUR and 4 points in front of Julia Karlsson SWE. Leading the Youth Worlds Nations Cup at halftime of the championship is France, ahead of England and Spain. All ranking lists, the daily report and the videos.
Thursday, October 30, 2014   
Even more gusty and shifty was the breeze on day two of the ISAF Youth Worlds making sailing pretty difficult. Pitouelle/Sipan FRA perfectly coped with this situation and have already an 11 points' lead in the 420er-Boys ahead of Goedhart/Van Stekelenborg NED 2nd and Charles/Charles ESP 3rd. Superior leaders in the 420er-Girls are Annabel Vose/Kirstie Urwin GBR, finishing 1/2/3 yesterday in front of Smith/Clark AUS and Paternoster/Disalle ITA at equal points. In the 29ers, Robles/Trittel ESP keep the first place, but Rual/Biton FRA are adamant chasers. Wilson/Wilson USA follow on rank 3. In the SL-16-catamarans, White/Copeland GBR are now the single leaders ahead of Darmanin/Copeland AUS and Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL. In the fleet of the Lasers Radial Boys, Mitchell Kiss USA and Marco Zani ITA are tied on top, with Mark Spearman AUS on rank 3. Line Höst NOR defended her lead in the Lasers Radial Girls ahead of Pinar Kaynar TUR and Agata Barwinska POL. Outstanding the performance of Saskia Sills GBR in the RS:X-Girls, where her lead on Veronica Fanciulli ITA is now 8 points. Anastasya Valkevich BLR is the new third. The defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR leads in the RS:X-Boys with one point on Mattia Camboni ITA. Kieran Martin GBR follows as 3rd. All results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Thursday, October 30, 2014   
Even more gusty and shifty was the breeze on day two of the ISAF Youth Worlds making sailing pretty difficult. In the fleet of the Lasers Radial Boys, Mitchell Kiss USA and Marco Zani ITA are now tied on top, with Mark Spearman AUS on rank 3. Line Höst NOR defended her lead in the Lasers Radial Girls ahead of Pinar Kaynar TUR and Agata Barwinska POL. All results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Thursday, October 30, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Cool weather and a 6-12 kn breeze prevailed on day one of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship in Dublin IRL, and two races were completed in all eight events. Setting the pace were the defending champions Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP in the 29ers with the day ranks 1 and 2, but only one point behind are Wilson/Wilson USA, while Kohlhoff/Werner GER follow on 3rd. In the Lasers Radial Boys, Tobias Hemdorff DEN ahead of Maxim Nikolaev RUS and Mark Spearman AUS are the top three. A convincing first day delivered Line Höst NOR in the Lasers Radial Girls finishing 1 and 2. Oren Jacob ISR and Martina Reino ESP follow behind. In the 420 Boys, Pirouelle/Sipan FRA are first one point in front of Charles/Charles ESP, while Crosbie/Roberts IRL on the 3rd place are farther behind. Five teams (from 3 continents) are tied on top of the 420-Girls: Baram/Shoshan ISR, Paternoster/Disalle ITA, Lim/Siew SIN, Horwitz/Fuentes CHI and Poret/Chevet FRA. Surprising leaders in the SL-16-catamarans are Demesmaeker/Hendricks BEL, tied with Darmann/Copeland AUS on rank 1. Henri Demesmaeker BEL, with age 14 the youngest participant, had the advantage of his light weight in these low wind races. The defending champions Lowy/Vidal BRA follow on rank 3. A flawless score sheet has Saskia Skills GBR with two race wins in the RS:X-Girls ahead of Veronica Fanciulli ITA and Lydia Cahu HKG. In the RS:X-Boys, the defending champion Wonwot Cho KOR is already on top again, in front of Bautista Saubidet ARG and Imry Kate ISR. The official report and the video of the day.
Thursday, October 30, 2014   
Cool weather and a 6-12 kn breeze prevailed on day one of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship in Dublin IRL, and two races were completed in all eight events. In the Lasers Radial Boys, Tobias Hemdorff DEN ahead of Maxim Nikolaev RUS and Mark Spearman AUS are the top three. A convincing first day delivered Line Höst NOR in the Lasers Radial Girls finishing 1 and 2. Oren Jacob ISR and Martina Reino ESP follow behind. The official report and the video of the day.
Thursday, October 30, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Today is the first race day at the 2012 ISAF Youth World Championships in the Dublin Bay. Impressive as always are the entry figures: the entry lists contain 350 participants from 63 nations. The boat classes sailed in the different events are Laser Radial, 420, 29er, RS:X-windsurfers an - as the only mixed class - the SL-16-catamarans. The Practice Races yesterday took place in good sailing conditions. See gallery. The official preview and the event-website.
Thursday, October 30, 2014   
Today is the first race day at the 2012 ISAF Youth World Championships in the Dublin Bay. Impressive as always are the entry figures: the entry lists contain 350 participants from 63 nations. The boat classes sailed in the different events are Laser Radial, 420, 29er, RS:X-windsurfers an - as the only mixed class - the SL-16-catamarans. The Practice Races yesterday took place in good sailing conditions. See gallery. Switzerland is represented in the 420s and Lasers Radial. Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI and Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI realised both some good international results. In the Lasers Radial, Sèbastien Schneiter SUI promises good results as he is at present leader in the Laser Radial Europacup. Alexandra Rayroux SUI is the Swiss Radial women representative. The official preview and the event-website.
 
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Wednesday, October 29, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Difficult light wind conditions prevailed yesterday on the last day of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships in Ireland, and the last race brought some changes on top of the rankings. Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP had regained their title with the 29ers on Thursday already. Rual/Biton FRA and Lange/Majdalani ARG secured the Silver and Bronze Medal. No change also on the SL-16-catamarans[/URL, where White/Britz GBR took Gold, Darmanin/Copeland AUS Silver and Lowy/Vidal BRA Bronze. While the two top teams from France and the Netherlands were involved in a close duel in the final race of the [url=wxw.isafyouthworlds.com/editions/2012/38606.php]420 Boys, the 3rd-ranked David and Alex Charles ESP finished first and passed on top of the rankings taking the title. Pirouelle/Sipan FRA and Goedhart/Van Stekelenborg NED had to content themselves with Silver and Bronze. In the 420-Girls however, the leaders Illaria Paternoster/Benedetta Disalle ITA defended their first position ahead of Smith/Clark AUS and Vose/Irwin GBR. Howitz/Fuente CHI missed the podium by one point only. Mitchell Kiss USA, the clear leader during a major part of the Laser Radial Boys Championship and starting with an 11 points cushion to the last race lived a disaster final day. Knowing that Kiss had an early start disqualification as discard result, Mark Spearman AUS sailed the American down on the last place in the fleet in a ruthless fight... and the title went to the Australian. Mitchell Kiss USA even dropped out of the Medals ! Silver went to Finn Lynch IRL, Bronze to Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR. Julia Carlsson SWE is the winner in the Laser Radial Girls. Line Höst NOR and Cecilia Zorzi ITA gained the other two Medals. In the RS:X-Windsurfer G
Girls
, Saskia Skills GBR remained the clear winner ahead of Naomi Cohen ISR and Veronic Fanciulli ITA. Wonwood Cho KOR defended his title in the RS:X-Windsurfer Boys by a small two points' margin on Mattia Camboni ITA. Maxime Labat climbed on rank 3 on the last day. The Nations Trophy went to England ahead of France and Italy. All results and the final report.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014   
Difficult light wind conditions prevailed yesterday on the last day of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships in Ireland, and the last race brought some changes on top of the rankings. Mitchell Kiss USA, the clear leader during a major part of the Laser Radial Boys Championship and starting with an 11 points cushion to the last race lived a disaster final day. Knowing that Kiss had an early start disqualification as discard result, Mark Spearman AUS sailed the American down on the last place in the fleet in a ruthless fight... and the title went to the Australian. Mitchell Kiss USA even dropped out of the Medals ! Silver went to Finn Lynch IRL, Bronze to Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR.
Julia Carlsson SWE is the winner in the Laser Radial Girls. Line Höst NOR and Cecilia Zorzi ITA earned the other two Medals. All results and the final report.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
No improvements for the Swiss on the last day of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship 2012. Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI finished on rank 22 with the 420-Boys, Sébastien Schneiter SUI is 25th in the Lasers Radial Boys. The Girls just made the top 20s with Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI as 19th in the 420 Girls and Alexandra Reyroux SUI - surprisingly the only Swiss with top race ranks - also as 19th in the Laser Radial Girls. The official report.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014   
Two races were sailed yesterday in moderate conditions. Though there is still one final day of racing scheduled at the 2012 ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship on Dublin Bay in Ireland, two class titles have already been decided. In the 29ers, the defending champions Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP have been on top since the first day and cannot be overtaken after 11 races thanks to a 5th place fininsh as discard results. Lucas Rual/Thomas Biton FRA and 5 points behind Klaus Lange/Mateo Majdalani ARG will sail for Silver and Bronze today. Rupert White/Tom Britz GBRin the SL-16-catamarans made everything clear for the title with two race wins. Three teams fight today for the other two medals: Lowy/Vidal BRA are two points ahead of Darmanin/Copeland AUS, and another point back are Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL. On a good way to the title are also Pirouelle/Sipan FRA in the 420 Boys with an 11 points' advantage on Goedhart/Van Stekelenborg NED and - another two points behind - Charles/Charles ESP. Fully open however is the situation in the 420 Girls, where the best of the day Paternoster/Disalle ITA are now one point in front of Smith/Clark AUS. 10 points farther back duel Vose/Urman GBR and Horwitz/Fuentes CHI for the Bronze-Medal. Mitchell Kiss USA has a solid 13 points' lead before the last race in the Lasers Radial, and the second-ranked Mark Spearman AUS has a 17 points' advantage over the third Finn Lynch IRL auf, who will be attacked for Bronze by Hermann Tomasgaard NOR one point behind. In the Laser Radial Girls, there is only a small theoretical chance to take the title away from Julia Carlsson SWE who has a 19 points lead on Line Höst NOR. The 3rd-ranked Cecilia Zorzi ITA is only one point in front of Pinar Kaynar TUR. The Gold- and Silvermedals seem to be awarded in the RS:X-female windsurfers, as Saskia Skills GBR on top is 13 points in front of Naomi Cohen ISR, and another 12 points back follow Veronica Fanciulli ITA; Natalia Kapczyk POL and Anastasyia Valkevick BLR separated by 3 points. Tied on top of the RS:X male windsurfers are the defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR and Mattia Camboni ITA, while the Maxime Labat FRA and Aleksander Tugaryev UKR is fighting for Bronze. The daily report and all ranking lists.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Two races were sailed yesterday in moderate conditions. Though there is still one final day of racing scheduled at the 2012 ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship on Dublin Bay in Ireland, some of the medals are already given: Mitchell Kiss USA has a solid 13 points' lead before the last race in the Lasers Radial, and the second-ranked Mark Spearman AUS has a 17 points' advantage over the third Finn Lynch IRL auf, who will be attacked for Bronze by Hermann Tomasgaard NOR one point behind. In the Laser Radial Girls, there is only a small theoretical chance to take the title away from Julia Carlsson SWE who has a 19 points lead on Line Höst NOR. The 3rd-ranked Cecilia Zorzi ITA is only one point in front of Pinar Kaynar TUR. The daily report and all ranking lists.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
The moderate conditions yesterday favored above all Sébastien Schneiter SUI in the Lasers Radial men, where he finished 30th and 12th, advancing on rank 21 overall. Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI suffered another disqualification in the 420 Boys, but thanks to a 12th race rank, they remain in the top 20. With more solid mid-fleet ranks, Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI remain on position 17 in the 420 Girls. Bad luck however for Alexandra Rayroux SUI who was performing well during the past days. She had to abandon racing for the day in the Radial Girls due sickness, what made her drop on rank 20. All ranking lists and the official report.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
The second half of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship 2012 after the lay day began yesterday with two races sailed in an initial 15 kn breeze, decreasing during the day. In most of the classes, the situation remains fully open, and changes might occur especially as lighter winds have been announced for the last two days of the event.
In the 420-Boys, the leaders Pirouelle/Sipan FRA had their weakest day so far, allowing Goedhard/Van Stekelenborg NED to close the points' gap. As best of the day, the 3rd-ranked Charles/Charles ESP remain only 5 points behind. A five points' separation also for the first three in the 420-Girls with Smith/Clarke AUS ahead of Paternoster/Disalle ITA and Vose/Urwin GBR. The defending champions Robles/Trittel ESP in the 29ers succeeded to extend their lead on 3 points with two bullets yesterday, but Rual/Biton FRA keep on, and these two teams will fight for the title in the two days to come. Lange/Majdalani ARG on 3rd are already 16 points back. In the SL-16-catamarans, White/Britz GBR remain on top with Darmanin/Copeland AUS 4 points behind. Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL stays on rank 3. In spite of a premature start, Mitchell Kiss USA keeps a solid 11 points' lead in the Laser Radial-Boys. Marco Zani ITA and Mark Spearman AUS are on the positions 2 and 3. In the Laser Radial Girls, Julia Carlsson SWE has taken the lead for the first time with a 16 points' advantage over Maria-Cristina Boabaid BRA. Line Höst NOR descended on the 3rd rank. Even larger is the advance of Saskia Skills GBR in the RS:X-female windsurfers with 16 points on Naomi Cohen ISR and Anastasiya Valkevich BLR. The RS:X-Boys champion's race will be between the defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR and Mattia Camboni ITA only 2 points behind. Michael Cheng HKG on the 3rd place is over 20 points back. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014   
The second half of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship 2012 after the lay day began yesterday with two races sailed in an initial 15 kn breeze, decreasing during the day. In most of the classes, but not in the Lasers, the situation remains fully open, and changes might occur especially as lighter winds have been announced for the last two days of the event.
In spite of a premature start, Mitchell Kiss USA keeps a solid 11 points' lead in the Laser Radial-Boys. Marco Zani ITA and Mark Spearman AUS are on the positions 2 and 3. In the Laser Radial Girls, Julia Carlsson SWE has taken the lead for the first time with a 16 points' advantage over Maria-Cristina Boabaid BRA. Line Höst NOR descended on the 3rd rank. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014   (Image © Dave Maher)
The ISAF Youth Worlds sailors had their lay day yesterday in Dublin IRL. From today until Saturday, the races for the title will intensify. Here all interims rankings after 7 races. The wind forecast for today with up to 20 kn predicts another breezy day, but towards the end of the Championship, the wind will become more moderate. The event-website.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014   (Image © Dave Maher)
Shifty and gusty westerly offshore winds and torrential rain and reduced visibility prevailed again on day three of the Youth Sailing Worlds on Dublin Bay. All classes sailed another two races before the lay day today and three days of competition to go. Results remains closest among the 420-Girls' leaders where, after they sailed "a blinder", scoring two bullets today, Australia's Smith/Clark are now tied on 20 points with yesterday's leaders, Vose/Urwin (GBR), in turn two points ahead of Italy's Paternoster/Disalle. In the 420-Boys, Guillaume Pirouelle/Valentin Sipan FRA could extend their lead on 8 points, and Goedhart/Van Steckelenborg NED are as solid on rank 2. Charles/Charles ESP follow on the 3rd place. The defending champions Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP in the 29ers remained on top, but the first persuers Rual/Biton FRA are now only one point behind. The new 3rd are Lange/Majdalani ARG. No changes in the SL-16-catamarans, where White/Britz GBR extended their lead with another race win. Darmanin/Copeland AUS and Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL stayed on the positions 2 and 3. Mitchell Kiss USA is the sole leader in the Lasers Radial Boys with Maksim Nikolaev RUS 3 points back. The best of the day Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR advanced on the 3rd place. Still a close pack is on top of the Laser Radial Girls with Line Höst NOR 3 points ahead of the surprising Pinar Kaydar TUR and 4 points in front of Julia Karlsson SWE. Dominating remains Saskia Skills GBR as first in the RS:X-Girls, as the 2nd Anastasiya Valkevich BLR is already 13 points behind. The new 3rd is Naomi Cohen ISR. In the RS:X-Boys, it is the defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR who keeps the lead followed by Mattia Camboni ITA and Kiran Badloe NED. Leading the Youth Worlds Nations Cup at halftime of the championship is France, ahead of England and Spain. All ranking lists, the daily report and the videos.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014   (Image © Dave Maher)
No improvements by the four Swiss teams at the Youth Worlds. In the 420 Boys, Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI added two 24th ranks to their score sheet and are now 17th overall. The 420-Girls Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI remain also on rank 17 after 7 races. Sébastien Schneiter SUI in the Lasers Radial Boys had to accept a disqualification dropping him on rank 29 overall. Only Alexandra Rayroux SUI made a positive experience finishing 3rd in one race, bringing her on the 18th position overall in the Lasers Radial Girls. In the Nations' Trophy, Switzerland is on rank 34.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014   
Shifty and gusty westerly offshore winds and torrential rain and reduced visibility prevailed again on day three of the Youth Sailing Worlds on Dublin Bay. All classes sailed another two races before the lay day today and three days of competition to go. Mitchell Kiss USA is the sole leader in the Lasers Radial Boys with Maksim Nikolaev RUS 3 points back. The best of the day Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR advanced on the 3rd place. Still a close pack is on top of the Laser Radial Girls with Line Höst NOR 3 points ahead of the surprising Pinar Kaydar TUR and 4 points in front of Julia Karlsson SWE. Leading the Youth Worlds Nations Cup at halftime of the championship is France, ahead of England and Spain. All ranking lists, the daily report and the videos.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014   
Even more gusty and shifty was the breeze on day two of the ISAF Youth Worlds making sailing pretty difficult. Pitouelle/Sipan FRA perfectly coped with this situation and have already an 11 points' lead in the 420er-Boys ahead of Goedhart/Van Stekelenborg NED 2nd and Charles/Charles ESP 3rd. Superior leaders in the 420er-Girls are Annabel Vose/Kirstie Urwin GBR, finishing 1/2/3 yesterday in front of Smith/Clark AUS and Paternoster/Disalle ITA at equal points. In the 29ers, Robles/Trittel ESP keep the first place, but Rual/Biton FRA are adamant chasers. Wilson/Wilson USA follow on rank 3. In the SL-16-catamarans, White/Copeland GBR are now the single leaders ahead of Darmanin/Copeland AUS and Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL. In the fleet of the Lasers Radial Boys, Mitchell Kiss USA and Marco Zani ITA are tied on top, with Mark Spearman AUS on rank 3. Line Höst NOR defended her lead in the Lasers Radial Girls ahead of Pinar Kaynar TUR and Agata Barwinska POL. Outstanding the performance of Saskia Sills GBR in the RS:X-Girls, where her lead on Veronica Fanciulli ITA is now 8 points. Anastasya Valkevich BLR is the new third. The defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR leads in the RS:X-Boys with one point on Mattia Camboni ITA. Kieran Martin GBR follows as 3rd. All results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014   
Even more gusty and shifty was the breeze on day two of the ISAF Youth Worlds making sailing pretty difficult. In the fleet of the Lasers Radial Boys, Mitchell Kiss USA and Marco Zani ITA are now tied on top, with Mark Spearman AUS on rank 3. Line Höst NOR defended her lead in the Lasers Radial Girls ahead of Pinar Kaynar TUR and Agata Barwinska POL. All results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Cool weather and a 6-12 kn breeze prevailed on day one of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship in Dublin IRL, and two races were completed in all eight events. Setting the pace were the defending champions Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP in the 29ers with the day ranks 1 and 2, but only one point behind are Wilson/Wilson USA, while Kohlhoff/Werner GER follow on 3rd. In the Lasers Radial Boys, Tobias Hemdorff DEN ahead of Maxim Nikolaev RUS and Mark Spearman AUS are the top three. A convincing first day delivered Line Höst NOR in the Lasers Radial Girls finishing 1 and 2. Oren Jacob ISR and Martina Reino ESP follow behind. In the 420 Boys, Pirouelle/Sipan FRA are first one point in front of Charles/Charles ESP, while Crosbie/Roberts IRL on the 3rd place are farther behind. Five teams (from 3 continents) are tied on top of the 420-Girls: Baram/Shoshan ISR, Paternoster/Disalle ITA, Lim/Siew SIN, Horwitz/Fuentes CHI and Poret/Chevet FRA. Surprising leaders in the SL-16-catamarans are Demesmaeker/Hendricks BEL, tied with Darmann/Copeland AUS on rank 1. Henri Demesmaeker BEL, with age 14 the youngest participant, had the advantage of his light weight in these low wind races. The defending champions Lowy/Vidal BRA follow on rank 3. A flawless score sheet has Saskia Skills GBR with two race wins in the RS:X-Girls ahead of Veronica Fanciulli ITA and Lydia Cahu HKG. In the RS:X-Boys, the defending champion Wonwot Cho KOR is already on top again, in front of Bautista Saubidet ARG and Imry Kate ISR. The official report and the video of the day.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014   
Cool weather and a 6-12 kn breeze prevailed on day one of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship in Dublin IRL, and two races were completed in all eight events. In the Lasers Radial Boys, Tobias Hemdorff DEN ahead of Maxim Nikolaev RUS and Mark Spearman AUS are the top three. A convincing first day delivered Line Höst NOR in the Lasers Radial Girls finishing 1 and 2. Oren Jacob ISR and Martina Reino ESP follow behind. The official report and the video of the day.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Today is the first race day at the 2012 ISAF Youth World Championships in the Dublin Bay. Impressive as always are the entry figures: the entry lists contain 350 participants from 63 nations. The boat classes sailed in the different events are Laser Radial, 420, 29er, RS:X-windsurfers an - as the only mixed class - the SL-16-catamarans. The Practice Races yesterday took place in good sailing conditions. See gallery. The official preview and the event-website.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014   
Today is the first race day at the 2012 ISAF Youth World Championships in the Dublin Bay. Impressive as always are the entry figures: the entry lists contain 350 participants from 63 nations. The boat classes sailed in the different events are Laser Radial, 420, 29er, RS:X-windsurfers an - as the only mixed class - the SL-16-catamarans. The Practice Races yesterday took place in good sailing conditions. See gallery. Switzerland is represented in the 420s and Lasers Radial. Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI and Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI realised both some good international results. In the Lasers Radial, Sèbastien Schneiter SUI promises good results as he is at present leader in the Laser Radial Europacup. Alexandra Rayroux SUI is the Swiss Radial women representative. The official preview and the event-website.
 
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Tuesday, October 28, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Difficult light wind conditions prevailed yesterday on the last day of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships in Ireland, and the last race brought some changes on top of the rankings. Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP had regained their title with the 29ers on Thursday already. Rual/Biton FRA and Lange/Majdalani ARG secured the Silver and Bronze Medal. No change also on the SL-16-catamarans[/URL, where White/Britz GBR took Gold, Darmanin/Copeland AUS Silver and Lowy/Vidal BRA Bronze. While the two top teams from France and the Netherlands were involved in a close duel in the final race of the [url=wxw.isafyouthworlds.com/editions/2012/38606.php]420 Boys, the 3rd-ranked David and Alex Charles ESP finished first and passed on top of the rankings taking the title. Pirouelle/Sipan FRA and Goedhart/Van Stekelenborg NED had to content themselves with Silver and Bronze. In the 420-Girls however, the leaders Illaria Paternoster/Benedetta Disalle ITA defended their first position ahead of Smith/Clark AUS and Vose/Irwin GBR. Howitz/Fuente CHI missed the podium by one point only. Mitchell Kiss USA, the clear leader during a major part of the Laser Radial Boys Championship and starting with an 11 points cushion to the last race lived a disaster final day. Knowing that Kiss had an early start disqualification as discard result, Mark Spearman AUS sailed the American down on the last place in the fleet in a ruthless fight... and the title went to the Australian. Mitchell Kiss USA even dropped out of the Medals ! Silver went to Finn Lynch IRL, Bronze to Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR. Julia Carlsson SWE is the winner in the Laser Radial Girls. Line Höst NOR and Cecilia Zorzi ITA gained the other two Medals. In the RS:X-Windsurfer G
Girls
, Saskia Skills GBR remained the clear winner ahead of Naomi Cohen ISR and Veronic Fanciulli ITA. Wonwood Cho KOR defended his title in the RS:X-Windsurfer Boys by a small two points' margin on Mattia Camboni ITA. Maxime Labat climbed on rank 3 on the last day. The Nations Trophy went to England ahead of France and Italy. All results and the final report.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014   
Difficult light wind conditions prevailed yesterday on the last day of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships in Ireland, and the last race brought some changes on top of the rankings. Mitchell Kiss USA, the clear leader during a major part of the Laser Radial Boys Championship and starting with an 11 points cushion to the last race lived a disaster final day. Knowing that Kiss had an early start disqualification as discard result, Mark Spearman AUS sailed the American down on the last place in the fleet in a ruthless fight... and the title went to the Australian. Mitchell Kiss USA even dropped out of the Medals ! Silver went to Finn Lynch IRL, Bronze to Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR.
Julia Carlsson SWE is the winner in the Laser Radial Girls. Line Höst NOR and Cecilia Zorzi ITA earned the other two Medals. All results and the final report.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
No improvements for the Swiss on the last day of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship 2012. Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI finished on rank 22 with the 420-Boys, Sébastien Schneiter SUI is 25th in the Lasers Radial Boys. The Girls just made the top 20s with Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI as 19th in the 420 Girls and Alexandra Reyroux SUI - surprisingly the only Swiss with top race ranks - also as 19th in the Laser Radial Girls. The official report.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014   
Two races were sailed yesterday in moderate conditions. Though there is still one final day of racing scheduled at the 2012 ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship on Dublin Bay in Ireland, two class titles have already been decided. In the 29ers, the defending champions Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP have been on top since the first day and cannot be overtaken after 11 races thanks to a 5th place fininsh as discard results. Lucas Rual/Thomas Biton FRA and 5 points behind Klaus Lange/Mateo Majdalani ARG will sail for Silver and Bronze today. Rupert White/Tom Britz GBRin the SL-16-catamarans made everything clear for the title with two race wins. Three teams fight today for the other two medals: Lowy/Vidal BRA are two points ahead of Darmanin/Copeland AUS, and another point back are Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL. On a good way to the title are also Pirouelle/Sipan FRA in the 420 Boys with an 11 points' advantage on Goedhart/Van Stekelenborg NED and - another two points behind - Charles/Charles ESP. Fully open however is the situation in the 420 Girls, where the best of the day Paternoster/Disalle ITA are now one point in front of Smith/Clark AUS. 10 points farther back duel Vose/Urman GBR and Horwitz/Fuentes CHI for the Bronze-Medal. Mitchell Kiss USA has a solid 13 points' lead before the last race in the Lasers Radial, and the second-ranked Mark Spearman AUS has a 17 points' advantage over the third Finn Lynch IRL auf, who will be attacked for Bronze by Hermann Tomasgaard NOR one point behind. In the Laser Radial Girls, there is only a small theoretical chance to take the title away from Julia Carlsson SWE who has a 19 points lead on Line Höst NOR. The 3rd-ranked Cecilia Zorzi ITA is only one point in front of Pinar Kaynar TUR. The Gold- and Silvermedals seem to be awarded in the RS:X-female windsurfers, as Saskia Skills GBR on top is 13 points in front of Naomi Cohen ISR, and another 12 points back follow Veronica Fanciulli ITA; Natalia Kapczyk POL and Anastasyia Valkevick BLR separated by 3 points. Tied on top of the RS:X male windsurfers are the defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR and Mattia Camboni ITA, while the Maxime Labat FRA and Aleksander Tugaryev UKR is fighting for Bronze. The daily report and all ranking lists.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Two races were sailed yesterday in moderate conditions. Though there is still one final day of racing scheduled at the 2012 ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship on Dublin Bay in Ireland, some of the medals are already given: Mitchell Kiss USA has a solid 13 points' lead before the last race in the Lasers Radial, and the second-ranked Mark Spearman AUS has a 17 points' advantage over the third Finn Lynch IRL auf, who will be attacked for Bronze by Hermann Tomasgaard NOR one point behind. In the Laser Radial Girls, there is only a small theoretical chance to take the title away from Julia Carlsson SWE who has a 19 points lead on Line Höst NOR. The 3rd-ranked Cecilia Zorzi ITA is only one point in front of Pinar Kaynar TUR. The daily report and all ranking lists.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
The moderate conditions yesterday favored above all Sébastien Schneiter SUI in the Lasers Radial men, where he finished 30th and 12th, advancing on rank 21 overall. Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI suffered another disqualification in the 420 Boys, but thanks to a 12th race rank, they remain in the top 20. With more solid mid-fleet ranks, Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI remain on position 17 in the 420 Girls. Bad luck however for Alexandra Rayroux SUI who was performing well during the past days. She had to abandon racing for the day in the Radial Girls due sickness, what made her drop on rank 20. All ranking lists and the official report.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
The second half of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship 2012 after the lay day began yesterday with two races sailed in an initial 15 kn breeze, decreasing during the day. In most of the classes, the situation remains fully open, and changes might occur especially as lighter winds have been announced for the last two days of the event.
In the 420-Boys, the leaders Pirouelle/Sipan FRA had their weakest day so far, allowing Goedhard/Van Stekelenborg NED to close the points' gap. As best of the day, the 3rd-ranked Charles/Charles ESP remain only 5 points behind. A five points' separation also for the first three in the 420-Girls with Smith/Clarke AUS ahead of Paternoster/Disalle ITA and Vose/Urwin GBR. The defending champions Robles/Trittel ESP in the 29ers succeeded to extend their lead on 3 points with two bullets yesterday, but Rual/Biton FRA keep on, and these two teams will fight for the title in the two days to come. Lange/Majdalani ARG on 3rd are already 16 points back. In the SL-16-catamarans, White/Britz GBR remain on top with Darmanin/Copeland AUS 4 points behind. Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL stays on rank 3. In spite of a premature start, Mitchell Kiss USA keeps a solid 11 points' lead in the Laser Radial-Boys. Marco Zani ITA and Mark Spearman AUS are on the positions 2 and 3. In the Laser Radial Girls, Julia Carlsson SWE has taken the lead for the first time with a 16 points' advantage over Maria-Cristina Boabaid BRA. Line Höst NOR descended on the 3rd rank. Even larger is the advance of Saskia Skills GBR in the RS:X-female windsurfers with 16 points on Naomi Cohen ISR and Anastasiya Valkevich BLR. The RS:X-Boys champion's race will be between the defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR and Mattia Camboni ITA only 2 points behind. Michael Cheng HKG on the 3rd place is over 20 points back. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014   
The second half of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship 2012 after the lay day began yesterday with two races sailed in an initial 15 kn breeze, decreasing during the day. In most of the classes, but not in the Lasers, the situation remains fully open, and changes might occur especially as lighter winds have been announced for the last two days of the event.
In spite of a premature start, Mitchell Kiss USA keeps a solid 11 points' lead in the Laser Radial-Boys. Marco Zani ITA and Mark Spearman AUS are on the positions 2 and 3. In the Laser Radial Girls, Julia Carlsson SWE has taken the lead for the first time with a 16 points' advantage over Maria-Cristina Boabaid BRA. Line Höst NOR descended on the 3rd rank. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014   (Image © Dave Maher)
The ISAF Youth Worlds sailors had their lay day yesterday in Dublin IRL. From today until Saturday, the races for the title will intensify. Here all interims rankings after 7 races. The wind forecast for today with up to 20 kn predicts another breezy day, but towards the end of the Championship, the wind will become more moderate. The event-website.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014   (Image © Dave Maher)
Shifty and gusty westerly offshore winds and torrential rain and reduced visibility prevailed again on day three of the Youth Sailing Worlds on Dublin Bay. All classes sailed another two races before the lay day today and three days of competition to go. Results remains closest among the 420-Girls' leaders where, after they sailed "a blinder", scoring two bullets today, Australia's Smith/Clark are now tied on 20 points with yesterday's leaders, Vose/Urwin (GBR), in turn two points ahead of Italy's Paternoster/Disalle. In the 420-Boys, Guillaume Pirouelle/Valentin Sipan FRA could extend their lead on 8 points, and Goedhart/Van Steckelenborg NED are as solid on rank 2. Charles/Charles ESP follow on the 3rd place. The defending champions Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP in the 29ers remained on top, but the first persuers Rual/Biton FRA are now only one point behind. The new 3rd are Lange/Majdalani ARG. No changes in the SL-16-catamarans, where White/Britz GBR extended their lead with another race win. Darmanin/Copeland AUS and Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL stayed on the positions 2 and 3. Mitchell Kiss USA is the sole leader in the Lasers Radial Boys with Maksim Nikolaev RUS 3 points back. The best of the day Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR advanced on the 3rd place. Still a close pack is on top of the Laser Radial Girls with Line Höst NOR 3 points ahead of the surprising Pinar Kaydar TUR and 4 points in front of Julia Karlsson SWE. Dominating remains Saskia Skills GBR as first in the RS:X-Girls, as the 2nd Anastasiya Valkevich BLR is already 13 points behind. The new 3rd is Naomi Cohen ISR. In the RS:X-Boys, it is the defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR who keeps the lead followed by Mattia Camboni ITA and Kiran Badloe NED. Leading the Youth Worlds Nations Cup at halftime of the championship is France, ahead of England and Spain. All ranking lists, the daily report and the videos.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014   (Image © Dave Maher)
No improvements by the four Swiss teams at the Youth Worlds. In the 420 Boys, Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI added two 24th ranks to their score sheet and are now 17th overall. The 420-Girls Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI remain also on rank 17 after 7 races. Sébastien Schneiter SUI in the Lasers Radial Boys had to accept a disqualification dropping him on rank 29 overall. Only Alexandra Rayroux SUI made a positive experience finishing 3rd in one race, bringing her on the 18th position overall in the Lasers Radial Girls. In the Nations' Trophy, Switzerland is on rank 34.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014   
Shifty and gusty westerly offshore winds and torrential rain and reduced visibility prevailed again on day three of the Youth Sailing Worlds on Dublin Bay. All classes sailed another two races before the lay day today and three days of competition to go. Mitchell Kiss USA is the sole leader in the Lasers Radial Boys with Maksim Nikolaev RUS 3 points back. The best of the day Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR advanced on the 3rd place. Still a close pack is on top of the Laser Radial Girls with Line Höst NOR 3 points ahead of the surprising Pinar Kaydar TUR and 4 points in front of Julia Karlsson SWE. Leading the Youth Worlds Nations Cup at halftime of the championship is France, ahead of England and Spain. All ranking lists, the daily report and the videos.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014   
Even more gusty and shifty was the breeze on day two of the ISAF Youth Worlds making sailing pretty difficult. Pitouelle/Sipan FRA perfectly coped with this situation and have already an 11 points' lead in the 420er-Boys ahead of Goedhart/Van Stekelenborg NED 2nd and Charles/Charles ESP 3rd. Superior leaders in the 420er-Girls are Annabel Vose/Kirstie Urwin GBR, finishing 1/2/3 yesterday in front of Smith/Clark AUS and Paternoster/Disalle ITA at equal points. In the 29ers, Robles/Trittel ESP keep the first place, but Rual/Biton FRA are adamant chasers. Wilson/Wilson USA follow on rank 3. In the SL-16-catamarans, White/Copeland GBR are now the single leaders ahead of Darmanin/Copeland AUS and Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL. In the fleet of the Lasers Radial Boys, Mitchell Kiss USA and Marco Zani ITA are tied on top, with Mark Spearman AUS on rank 3. Line Höst NOR defended her lead in the Lasers Radial Girls ahead of Pinar Kaynar TUR and Agata Barwinska POL. Outstanding the performance of Saskia Sills GBR in the RS:X-Girls, where her lead on Veronica Fanciulli ITA is now 8 points. Anastasya Valkevich BLR is the new third. The defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR leads in the RS:X-Boys with one point on Mattia Camboni ITA. Kieran Martin GBR follows as 3rd. All results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014   
Even more gusty and shifty was the breeze on day two of the ISAF Youth Worlds making sailing pretty difficult. In the fleet of the Lasers Radial Boys, Mitchell Kiss USA and Marco Zani ITA are now tied on top, with Mark Spearman AUS on rank 3. Line Höst NOR defended her lead in the Lasers Radial Girls ahead of Pinar Kaynar TUR and Agata Barwinska POL. All results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Cool weather and a 6-12 kn breeze prevailed on day one of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship in Dublin IRL, and two races were completed in all eight events. Setting the pace were the defending champions Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP in the 29ers with the day ranks 1 and 2, but only one point behind are Wilson/Wilson USA, while Kohlhoff/Werner GER follow on 3rd. In the Lasers Radial Boys, Tobias Hemdorff DEN ahead of Maxim Nikolaev RUS and Mark Spearman AUS are the top three. A convincing first day delivered Line Höst NOR in the Lasers Radial Girls finishing 1 and 2. Oren Jacob ISR and Martina Reino ESP follow behind. In the 420 Boys, Pirouelle/Sipan FRA are first one point in front of Charles/Charles ESP, while Crosbie/Roberts IRL on the 3rd place are farther behind. Five teams (from 3 continents) are tied on top of the 420-Girls: Baram/Shoshan ISR, Paternoster/Disalle ITA, Lim/Siew SIN, Horwitz/Fuentes CHI and Poret/Chevet FRA. Surprising leaders in the SL-16-catamarans are Demesmaeker/Hendricks BEL, tied with Darmann/Copeland AUS on rank 1. Henri Demesmaeker BEL, with age 14 the youngest participant, had the advantage of his light weight in these low wind races. The defending champions Lowy/Vidal BRA follow on rank 3. A flawless score sheet has Saskia Skills GBR with two race wins in the RS:X-Girls ahead of Veronica Fanciulli ITA and Lydia Cahu HKG. In the RS:X-Boys, the defending champion Wonwot Cho KOR is already on top again, in front of Bautista Saubidet ARG and Imry Kate ISR. The official report and the video of the day.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014   
Cool weather and a 6-12 kn breeze prevailed on day one of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship in Dublin IRL, and two races were completed in all eight events. In the Lasers Radial Boys, Tobias Hemdorff DEN ahead of Maxim Nikolaev RUS and Mark Spearman AUS are the top three. A convincing first day delivered Line Höst NOR in the Lasers Radial Girls finishing 1 and 2. Oren Jacob ISR and Martina Reino ESP follow behind. The official report and the video of the day.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Today is the first race day at the 2012 ISAF Youth World Championships in the Dublin Bay. Impressive as always are the entry figures: the entry lists contain 350 participants from 63 nations. The boat classes sailed in the different events are Laser Radial, 420, 29er, RS:X-windsurfers an - as the only mixed class - the SL-16-catamarans. The Practice Races yesterday took place in good sailing conditions. See gallery. The official preview and the event-website.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014   
Today is the first race day at the 2012 ISAF Youth World Championships in the Dublin Bay. Impressive as always are the entry figures: the entry lists contain 350 participants from 63 nations. The boat classes sailed in the different events are Laser Radial, 420, 29er, RS:X-windsurfers an - as the only mixed class - the SL-16-catamarans. The Practice Races yesterday took place in good sailing conditions. See gallery. Switzerland is represented in the 420s and Lasers Radial. Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI and Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI realised both some good international results. In the Lasers Radial, Sèbastien Schneiter SUI promises good results as he is at present leader in the Laser Radial Europacup. Alexandra Rayroux SUI is the Swiss Radial women representative. The official preview and the event-website.
 
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Monday, October 27, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Difficult light wind conditions prevailed yesterday on the last day of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships in Ireland, and the last race brought some changes on top of the rankings. Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP had regained their title with the 29ers on Thursday already. Rual/Biton FRA and Lange/Majdalani ARG secured the Silver and Bronze Medal. No change also on the SL-16-catamarans[/URL, where White/Britz GBR took Gold, Darmanin/Copeland AUS Silver and Lowy/Vidal BRA Bronze. While the two top teams from France and the Netherlands were involved in a close duel in the final race of the [url=wxw.isafyouthworlds.com/editions/2012/38606.php]420 Boys, the 3rd-ranked David and Alex Charles ESP finished first and passed on top of the rankings taking the title. Pirouelle/Sipan FRA and Goedhart/Van Stekelenborg NED had to content themselves with Silver and Bronze. In the 420-Girls however, the leaders Illaria Paternoster/Benedetta Disalle ITA defended their first position ahead of Smith/Clark AUS and Vose/Irwin GBR. Howitz/Fuente CHI missed the podium by one point only. Mitchell Kiss USA, the clear leader during a major part of the Laser Radial Boys Championship and starting with an 11 points cushion to the last race lived a disaster final day. Knowing that Kiss had an early start disqualification as discard result, Mark Spearman AUS sailed the American down on the last place in the fleet in a ruthless fight... and the title went to the Australian. Mitchell Kiss USA even dropped out of the Medals ! Silver went to Finn Lynch IRL, Bronze to Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR. Julia Carlsson SWE is the winner in the Laser Radial Girls. Line Höst NOR and Cecilia Zorzi ITA gained the other two Medals. In the RS:X-Windsurfer G
Girls
, Saskia Skills GBR remained the clear winner ahead of Naomi Cohen ISR and Veronic Fanciulli ITA. Wonwood Cho KOR defended his title in the RS:X-Windsurfer Boys by a small two points' margin on Mattia Camboni ITA. Maxime Labat climbed on rank 3 on the last day. The Nations Trophy went to England ahead of France and Italy. All results and the final report.
Monday, October 27, 2014   
Difficult light wind conditions prevailed yesterday on the last day of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships in Ireland, and the last race brought some changes on top of the rankings. Mitchell Kiss USA, the clear leader during a major part of the Laser Radial Boys Championship and starting with an 11 points cushion to the last race lived a disaster final day. Knowing that Kiss had an early start disqualification as discard result, Mark Spearman AUS sailed the American down on the last place in the fleet in a ruthless fight... and the title went to the Australian. Mitchell Kiss USA even dropped out of the Medals ! Silver went to Finn Lynch IRL, Bronze to Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR.
Julia Carlsson SWE is the winner in the Laser Radial Girls. Line Höst NOR and Cecilia Zorzi ITA earned the other two Medals. All results and the final report.
Monday, October 27, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
No improvements for the Swiss on the last day of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship 2012. Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI finished on rank 22 with the 420-Boys, Sébastien Schneiter SUI is 25th in the Lasers Radial Boys. The Girls just made the top 20s with Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI as 19th in the 420 Girls and Alexandra Reyroux SUI - surprisingly the only Swiss with top race ranks - also as 19th in the Laser Radial Girls. The official report.
Monday, October 27, 2014   
Two races were sailed yesterday in moderate conditions. Though there is still one final day of racing scheduled at the 2012 ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship on Dublin Bay in Ireland, two class titles have already been decided. In the 29ers, the defending champions Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP have been on top since the first day and cannot be overtaken after 11 races thanks to a 5th place fininsh as discard results. Lucas Rual/Thomas Biton FRA and 5 points behind Klaus Lange/Mateo Majdalani ARG will sail for Silver and Bronze today. Rupert White/Tom Britz GBRin the SL-16-catamarans made everything clear for the title with two race wins. Three teams fight today for the other two medals: Lowy/Vidal BRA are two points ahead of Darmanin/Copeland AUS, and another point back are Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL. On a good way to the title are also Pirouelle/Sipan FRA in the 420 Boys with an 11 points' advantage on Goedhart/Van Stekelenborg NED and - another two points behind - Charles/Charles ESP. Fully open however is the situation in the 420 Girls, where the best of the day Paternoster/Disalle ITA are now one point in front of Smith/Clark AUS. 10 points farther back duel Vose/Urman GBR and Horwitz/Fuentes CHI for the Bronze-Medal. Mitchell Kiss USA has a solid 13 points' lead before the last race in the Lasers Radial, and the second-ranked Mark Spearman AUS has a 17 points' advantage over the third Finn Lynch IRL auf, who will be attacked for Bronze by Hermann Tomasgaard NOR one point behind. In the Laser Radial Girls, there is only a small theoretical chance to take the title away from Julia Carlsson SWE who has a 19 points lead on Line Höst NOR. The 3rd-ranked Cecilia Zorzi ITA is only one point in front of Pinar Kaynar TUR. The Gold- and Silvermedals seem to be awarded in the RS:X-female windsurfers, as Saskia Skills GBR on top is 13 points in front of Naomi Cohen ISR, and another 12 points back follow Veronica Fanciulli ITA; Natalia Kapczyk POL and Anastasyia Valkevick BLR separated by 3 points. Tied on top of the RS:X male windsurfers are the defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR and Mattia Camboni ITA, while the Maxime Labat FRA and Aleksander Tugaryev UKR is fighting for Bronze. The daily report and all ranking lists.
Monday, October 27, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Two races were sailed yesterday in moderate conditions. Though there is still one final day of racing scheduled at the 2012 ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship on Dublin Bay in Ireland, some of the medals are already given: Mitchell Kiss USA has a solid 13 points' lead before the last race in the Lasers Radial, and the second-ranked Mark Spearman AUS has a 17 points' advantage over the third Finn Lynch IRL auf, who will be attacked for Bronze by Hermann Tomasgaard NOR one point behind. In the Laser Radial Girls, there is only a small theoretical chance to take the title away from Julia Carlsson SWE who has a 19 points lead on Line Höst NOR. The 3rd-ranked Cecilia Zorzi ITA is only one point in front of Pinar Kaynar TUR. The daily report and all ranking lists.
Monday, October 27, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
The moderate conditions yesterday favored above all Sébastien Schneiter SUI in the Lasers Radial men, where he finished 30th and 12th, advancing on rank 21 overall. Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI suffered another disqualification in the 420 Boys, but thanks to a 12th race rank, they remain in the top 20. With more solid mid-fleet ranks, Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI remain on position 17 in the 420 Girls. Bad luck however for Alexandra Rayroux SUI who was performing well during the past days. She had to abandon racing for the day in the Radial Girls due sickness, what made her drop on rank 20. All ranking lists and the official report.
Monday, October 27, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
The second half of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship 2012 after the lay day began yesterday with two races sailed in an initial 15 kn breeze, decreasing during the day. In most of the classes, the situation remains fully open, and changes might occur especially as lighter winds have been announced for the last two days of the event.
In the 420-Boys, the leaders Pirouelle/Sipan FRA had their weakest day so far, allowing Goedhard/Van Stekelenborg NED to close the points' gap. As best of the day, the 3rd-ranked Charles/Charles ESP remain only 5 points behind. A five points' separation also for the first three in the 420-Girls with Smith/Clarke AUS ahead of Paternoster/Disalle ITA and Vose/Urwin GBR. The defending champions Robles/Trittel ESP in the 29ers succeeded to extend their lead on 3 points with two bullets yesterday, but Rual/Biton FRA keep on, and these two teams will fight for the title in the two days to come. Lange/Majdalani ARG on 3rd are already 16 points back. In the SL-16-catamarans, White/Britz GBR remain on top with Darmanin/Copeland AUS 4 points behind. Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL stays on rank 3. In spite of a premature start, Mitchell Kiss USA keeps a solid 11 points' lead in the Laser Radial-Boys. Marco Zani ITA and Mark Spearman AUS are on the positions 2 and 3. In the Laser Radial Girls, Julia Carlsson SWE has taken the lead for the first time with a 16 points' advantage over Maria-Cristina Boabaid BRA. Line Höst NOR descended on the 3rd rank. Even larger is the advance of Saskia Skills GBR in the RS:X-female windsurfers with 16 points on Naomi Cohen ISR and Anastasiya Valkevich BLR. The RS:X-Boys champion's race will be between the defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR and Mattia Camboni ITA only 2 points behind. Michael Cheng HKG on the 3rd place is over 20 points back. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Monday, October 27, 2014   
The second half of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship 2012 after the lay day began yesterday with two races sailed in an initial 15 kn breeze, decreasing during the day. In most of the classes, but not in the Lasers, the situation remains fully open, and changes might occur especially as lighter winds have been announced for the last two days of the event.
In spite of a premature start, Mitchell Kiss USA keeps a solid 11 points' lead in the Laser Radial-Boys. Marco Zani ITA and Mark Spearman AUS are on the positions 2 and 3. In the Laser Radial Girls, Julia Carlsson SWE has taken the lead for the first time with a 16 points' advantage over Maria-Cristina Boabaid BRA. Line Höst NOR descended on the 3rd rank. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Monday, October 27, 2014   (Image © Dave Maher)
The ISAF Youth Worlds sailors had their lay day yesterday in Dublin IRL. From today until Saturday, the races for the title will intensify. Here all interims rankings after 7 races. The wind forecast for today with up to 20 kn predicts another breezy day, but towards the end of the Championship, the wind will become more moderate. The event-website.
Monday, October 27, 2014   (Image © Dave Maher)
Shifty and gusty westerly offshore winds and torrential rain and reduced visibility prevailed again on day three of the Youth Sailing Worlds on Dublin Bay. All classes sailed another two races before the lay day today and three days of competition to go. Results remains closest among the 420-Girls' leaders where, after they sailed "a blinder", scoring two bullets today, Australia's Smith/Clark are now tied on 20 points with yesterday's leaders, Vose/Urwin (GBR), in turn two points ahead of Italy's Paternoster/Disalle. In the 420-Boys, Guillaume Pirouelle/Valentin Sipan FRA could extend their lead on 8 points, and Goedhart/Van Steckelenborg NED are as solid on rank 2. Charles/Charles ESP follow on the 3rd place. The defending champions Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP in the 29ers remained on top, but the first persuers Rual/Biton FRA are now only one point behind. The new 3rd are Lange/Majdalani ARG. No changes in the SL-16-catamarans, where White/Britz GBR extended their lead with another race win. Darmanin/Copeland AUS and Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL stayed on the positions 2 and 3. Mitchell Kiss USA is the sole leader in the Lasers Radial Boys with Maksim Nikolaev RUS 3 points back. The best of the day Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR advanced on the 3rd place. Still a close pack is on top of the Laser Radial Girls with Line Höst NOR 3 points ahead of the surprising Pinar Kaydar TUR and 4 points in front of Julia Karlsson SWE. Dominating remains Saskia Skills GBR as first in the RS:X-Girls, as the 2nd Anastasiya Valkevich BLR is already 13 points behind. The new 3rd is Naomi Cohen ISR. In the RS:X-Boys, it is the defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR who keeps the lead followed by Mattia Camboni ITA and Kiran Badloe NED. Leading the Youth Worlds Nations Cup at halftime of the championship is France, ahead of England and Spain. All ranking lists, the daily report and the videos.
Monday, October 27, 2014   (Image © Dave Maher)
No improvements by the four Swiss teams at the Youth Worlds. In the 420 Boys, Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI added two 24th ranks to their score sheet and are now 17th overall. The 420-Girls Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI remain also on rank 17 after 7 races. Sébastien Schneiter SUI in the Lasers Radial Boys had to accept a disqualification dropping him on rank 29 overall. Only Alexandra Rayroux SUI made a positive experience finishing 3rd in one race, bringing her on the 18th position overall in the Lasers Radial Girls. In the Nations' Trophy, Switzerland is on rank 34.
Monday, October 27, 2014   
Shifty and gusty westerly offshore winds and torrential rain and reduced visibility prevailed again on day three of the Youth Sailing Worlds on Dublin Bay. All classes sailed another two races before the lay day today and three days of competition to go. Mitchell Kiss USA is the sole leader in the Lasers Radial Boys with Maksim Nikolaev RUS 3 points back. The best of the day Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR advanced on the 3rd place. Still a close pack is on top of the Laser Radial Girls with Line Höst NOR 3 points ahead of the surprising Pinar Kaydar TUR and 4 points in front of Julia Karlsson SWE. Leading the Youth Worlds Nations Cup at halftime of the championship is France, ahead of England and Spain. All ranking lists, the daily report and the videos.
Monday, October 27, 2014   
Even more gusty and shifty was the breeze on day two of the ISAF Youth Worlds making sailing pretty difficult. Pitouelle/Sipan FRA perfectly coped with this situation and have already an 11 points' lead in the 420er-Boys ahead of Goedhart/Van Stekelenborg NED 2nd and Charles/Charles ESP 3rd. Superior leaders in the 420er-Girls are Annabel Vose/Kirstie Urwin GBR, finishing 1/2/3 yesterday in front of Smith/Clark AUS and Paternoster/Disalle ITA at equal points. In the 29ers, Robles/Trittel ESP keep the first place, but Rual/Biton FRA are adamant chasers. Wilson/Wilson USA follow on rank 3. In the SL-16-catamarans, White/Copeland GBR are now the single leaders ahead of Darmanin/Copeland AUS and Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL. In the fleet of the Lasers Radial Boys, Mitchell Kiss USA and Marco Zani ITA are tied on top, with Mark Spearman AUS on rank 3. Line Höst NOR defended her lead in the Lasers Radial Girls ahead of Pinar Kaynar TUR and Agata Barwinska POL. Outstanding the performance of Saskia Sills GBR in the RS:X-Girls, where her lead on Veronica Fanciulli ITA is now 8 points. Anastasya Valkevich BLR is the new third. The defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR leads in the RS:X-Boys with one point on Mattia Camboni ITA. Kieran Martin GBR follows as 3rd. All results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Monday, October 27, 2014   
Even more gusty and shifty was the breeze on day two of the ISAF Youth Worlds making sailing pretty difficult. In the fleet of the Lasers Radial Boys, Mitchell Kiss USA and Marco Zani ITA are now tied on top, with Mark Spearman AUS on rank 3. Line Höst NOR defended her lead in the Lasers Radial Girls ahead of Pinar Kaynar TUR and Agata Barwinska POL. All results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Monday, October 27, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Cool weather and a 6-12 kn breeze prevailed on day one of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship in Dublin IRL, and two races were completed in all eight events. Setting the pace were the defending champions Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP in the 29ers with the day ranks 1 and 2, but only one point behind are Wilson/Wilson USA, while Kohlhoff/Werner GER follow on 3rd. In the Lasers Radial Boys, Tobias Hemdorff DEN ahead of Maxim Nikolaev RUS and Mark Spearman AUS are the top three. A convincing first day delivered Line Höst NOR in the Lasers Radial Girls finishing 1 and 2. Oren Jacob ISR and Martina Reino ESP follow behind. In the 420 Boys, Pirouelle/Sipan FRA are first one point in front of Charles/Charles ESP, while Crosbie/Roberts IRL on the 3rd place are farther behind. Five teams (from 3 continents) are tied on top of the 420-Girls: Baram/Shoshan ISR, Paternoster/Disalle ITA, Lim/Siew SIN, Horwitz/Fuentes CHI and Poret/Chevet FRA. Surprising leaders in the SL-16-catamarans are Demesmaeker/Hendricks BEL, tied with Darmann/Copeland AUS on rank 1. Henri Demesmaeker BEL, with age 14 the youngest participant, had the advantage of his light weight in these low wind races. The defending champions Lowy/Vidal BRA follow on rank 3. A flawless score sheet has Saskia Skills GBR with two race wins in the RS:X-Girls ahead of Veronica Fanciulli ITA and Lydia Cahu HKG. In the RS:X-Boys, the defending champion Wonwot Cho KOR is already on top again, in front of Bautista Saubidet ARG and Imry Kate ISR. The official report and the video of the day.
Monday, October 27, 2014   
Cool weather and a 6-12 kn breeze prevailed on day one of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship in Dublin IRL, and two races were completed in all eight events. In the Lasers Radial Boys, Tobias Hemdorff DEN ahead of Maxim Nikolaev RUS and Mark Spearman AUS are the top three. A convincing first day delivered Line Höst NOR in the Lasers Radial Girls finishing 1 and 2. Oren Jacob ISR and Martina Reino ESP follow behind. The official report and the video of the day.
Monday, October 27, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Today is the first race day at the 2012 ISAF Youth World Championships in the Dublin Bay. Impressive as always are the entry figures: the entry lists contain 350 participants from 63 nations. The boat classes sailed in the different events are Laser Radial, 420, 29er, RS:X-windsurfers an - as the only mixed class - the SL-16-catamarans. The Practice Races yesterday took place in good sailing conditions. See gallery. The official preview and the event-website.
Monday, October 27, 2014   
Today is the first race day at the 2012 ISAF Youth World Championships in the Dublin Bay. Impressive as always are the entry figures: the entry lists contain 350 participants from 63 nations. The boat classes sailed in the different events are Laser Radial, 420, 29er, RS:X-windsurfers an - as the only mixed class - the SL-16-catamarans. The Practice Races yesterday took place in good sailing conditions. See gallery. Switzerland is represented in the 420s and Lasers Radial. Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI and Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI realised both some good international results. In the Lasers Radial, Sèbastien Schneiter SUI promises good results as he is at present leader in the Laser Radial Europacup. Alexandra Rayroux SUI is the Swiss Radial women representative. The official preview and the event-website.
 
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Sunday, October 26, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Difficult light wind conditions prevailed yesterday on the last day of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships in Ireland, and the last race brought some changes on top of the rankings. Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP had regained their title with the 29ers on Thursday already. Rual/Biton FRA and Lange/Majdalani ARG secured the Silver and Bronze Medal. No change also on the SL-16-catamarans[/URL, where White/Britz GBR took Gold, Darmanin/Copeland AUS Silver and Lowy/Vidal BRA Bronze. While the two top teams from France and the Netherlands were involved in a close duel in the final race of the [url=wxw.isafyouthworlds.com/editions/2012/38606.php]420 Boys, the 3rd-ranked David and Alex Charles ESP finished first and passed on top of the rankings taking the title. Pirouelle/Sipan FRA and Goedhart/Van Stekelenborg NED had to content themselves with Silver and Bronze. In the 420-Girls however, the leaders Illaria Paternoster/Benedetta Disalle ITA defended their first position ahead of Smith/Clark AUS and Vose/Irwin GBR. Howitz/Fuente CHI missed the podium by one point only. Mitchell Kiss USA, the clear leader during a major part of the Laser Radial Boys Championship and starting with an 11 points cushion to the last race lived a disaster final day. Knowing that Kiss had an early start disqualification as discard result, Mark Spearman AUS sailed the American down on the last place in the fleet in a ruthless fight... and the title went to the Australian. Mitchell Kiss USA even dropped out of the Medals ! Silver went to Finn Lynch IRL, Bronze to Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR. Julia Carlsson SWE is the winner in the Laser Radial Girls. Line Höst NOR and Cecilia Zorzi ITA gained the other two Medals. In the RS:X-Windsurfer G
Girls
, Saskia Skills GBR remained the clear winner ahead of Naomi Cohen ISR and Veronic Fanciulli ITA. Wonwood Cho KOR defended his title in the RS:X-Windsurfer Boys by a small two points' margin on Mattia Camboni ITA. Maxime Labat climbed on rank 3 on the last day. The Nations Trophy went to England ahead of France and Italy. All results and the final report.
Sunday, October 26, 2014   
Difficult light wind conditions prevailed yesterday on the last day of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships in Ireland, and the last race brought some changes on top of the rankings. Mitchell Kiss USA, the clear leader during a major part of the Laser Radial Boys Championship and starting with an 11 points cushion to the last race lived a disaster final day. Knowing that Kiss had an early start disqualification as discard result, Mark Spearman AUS sailed the American down on the last place in the fleet in a ruthless fight... and the title went to the Australian. Mitchell Kiss USA even dropped out of the Medals ! Silver went to Finn Lynch IRL, Bronze to Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR.
Julia Carlsson SWE is the winner in the Laser Radial Girls. Line Höst NOR and Cecilia Zorzi ITA earned the other two Medals. All results and the final report.
Sunday, October 26, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
No improvements for the Swiss on the last day of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship 2012. Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI finished on rank 22 with the 420-Boys, Sébastien Schneiter SUI is 25th in the Lasers Radial Boys. The Girls just made the top 20s with Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI as 19th in the 420 Girls and Alexandra Reyroux SUI - surprisingly the only Swiss with top race ranks - also as 19th in the Laser Radial Girls. The official report.
Sunday, October 26, 2014   
Two races were sailed yesterday in moderate conditions. Though there is still one final day of racing scheduled at the 2012 ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship on Dublin Bay in Ireland, two class titles have already been decided. In the 29ers, the defending champions Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP have been on top since the first day and cannot be overtaken after 11 races thanks to a 5th place fininsh as discard results. Lucas Rual/Thomas Biton FRA and 5 points behind Klaus Lange/Mateo Majdalani ARG will sail for Silver and Bronze today. Rupert White/Tom Britz GBRin the SL-16-catamarans made everything clear for the title with two race wins. Three teams fight today for the other two medals: Lowy/Vidal BRA are two points ahead of Darmanin/Copeland AUS, and another point back are Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL. On a good way to the title are also Pirouelle/Sipan FRA in the 420 Boys with an 11 points' advantage on Goedhart/Van Stekelenborg NED and - another two points behind - Charles/Charles ESP. Fully open however is the situation in the 420 Girls, where the best of the day Paternoster/Disalle ITA are now one point in front of Smith/Clark AUS. 10 points farther back duel Vose/Urman GBR and Horwitz/Fuentes CHI for the Bronze-Medal. Mitchell Kiss USA has a solid 13 points' lead before the last race in the Lasers Radial, and the second-ranked Mark Spearman AUS has a 17 points' advantage over the third Finn Lynch IRL auf, who will be attacked for Bronze by Hermann Tomasgaard NOR one point behind. In the Laser Radial Girls, there is only a small theoretical chance to take the title away from Julia Carlsson SWE who has a 19 points lead on Line Höst NOR. The 3rd-ranked Cecilia Zorzi ITA is only one point in front of Pinar Kaynar TUR. The Gold- and Silvermedals seem to be awarded in the RS:X-female windsurfers, as Saskia Skills GBR on top is 13 points in front of Naomi Cohen ISR, and another 12 points back follow Veronica Fanciulli ITA; Natalia Kapczyk POL and Anastasyia Valkevick BLR separated by 3 points. Tied on top of the RS:X male windsurfers are the defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR and Mattia Camboni ITA, while the Maxime Labat FRA and Aleksander Tugaryev UKR is fighting for Bronze. The daily report and all ranking lists.
Sunday, October 26, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Two races were sailed yesterday in moderate conditions. Though there is still one final day of racing scheduled at the 2012 ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship on Dublin Bay in Ireland, some of the medals are already given: Mitchell Kiss USA has a solid 13 points' lead before the last race in the Lasers Radial, and the second-ranked Mark Spearman AUS has a 17 points' advantage over the third Finn Lynch IRL auf, who will be attacked for Bronze by Hermann Tomasgaard NOR one point behind. In the Laser Radial Girls, there is only a small theoretical chance to take the title away from Julia Carlsson SWE who has a 19 points lead on Line Höst NOR. The 3rd-ranked Cecilia Zorzi ITA is only one point in front of Pinar Kaynar TUR. The daily report and all ranking lists.
Sunday, October 26, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
The moderate conditions yesterday favored above all Sébastien Schneiter SUI in the Lasers Radial men, where he finished 30th and 12th, advancing on rank 21 overall. Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI suffered another disqualification in the 420 Boys, but thanks to a 12th race rank, they remain in the top 20. With more solid mid-fleet ranks, Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI remain on position 17 in the 420 Girls. Bad luck however for Alexandra Rayroux SUI who was performing well during the past days. She had to abandon racing for the day in the Radial Girls due sickness, what made her drop on rank 20. All ranking lists and the official report.
Sunday, October 26, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
The second half of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship 2012 after the lay day began yesterday with two races sailed in an initial 15 kn breeze, decreasing during the day. In most of the classes, the situation remains fully open, and changes might occur especially as lighter winds have been announced for the last two days of the event.
In the 420-Boys, the leaders Pirouelle/Sipan FRA had their weakest day so far, allowing Goedhard/Van Stekelenborg NED to close the points' gap. As best of the day, the 3rd-ranked Charles/Charles ESP remain only 5 points behind. A five points' separation also for the first three in the 420-Girls with Smith/Clarke AUS ahead of Paternoster/Disalle ITA and Vose/Urwin GBR. The defending champions Robles/Trittel ESP in the 29ers succeeded to extend their lead on 3 points with two bullets yesterday, but Rual/Biton FRA keep on, and these two teams will fight for the title in the two days to come. Lange/Majdalani ARG on 3rd are already 16 points back. In the SL-16-catamarans, White/Britz GBR remain on top with Darmanin/Copeland AUS 4 points behind. Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL stays on rank 3. In spite of a premature start, Mitchell Kiss USA keeps a solid 11 points' lead in the Laser Radial-Boys. Marco Zani ITA and Mark Spearman AUS are on the positions 2 and 3. In the Laser Radial Girls, Julia Carlsson SWE has taken the lead for the first time with a 16 points' advantage over Maria-Cristina Boabaid BRA. Line Höst NOR descended on the 3rd rank. Even larger is the advance of Saskia Skills GBR in the RS:X-female windsurfers with 16 points on Naomi Cohen ISR and Anastasiya Valkevich BLR. The RS:X-Boys champion's race will be between the defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR and Mattia Camboni ITA only 2 points behind. Michael Cheng HKG on the 3rd place is over 20 points back. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Sunday, October 26, 2014   
The second half of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship 2012 after the lay day began yesterday with two races sailed in an initial 15 kn breeze, decreasing during the day. In most of the classes, but not in the Lasers, the situation remains fully open, and changes might occur especially as lighter winds have been announced for the last two days of the event.
In spite of a premature start, Mitchell Kiss USA keeps a solid 11 points' lead in the Laser Radial-Boys. Marco Zani ITA and Mark Spearman AUS are on the positions 2 and 3. In the Laser Radial Girls, Julia Carlsson SWE has taken the lead for the first time with a 16 points' advantage over Maria-Cristina Boabaid BRA. Line Höst NOR descended on the 3rd rank. All ranking lists and the daily report.
Sunday, October 26, 2014   (Image © Dave Maher)
The ISAF Youth Worlds sailors had their lay day yesterday in Dublin IRL. From today until Saturday, the races for the title will intensify. Here all interims rankings after 7 races. The wind forecast for today with up to 20 kn predicts another breezy day, but towards the end of the Championship, the wind will become more moderate. The event-website.
Sunday, October 26, 2014   (Image © Dave Maher)
Shifty and gusty westerly offshore winds and torrential rain and reduced visibility prevailed again on day three of the Youth Sailing Worlds on Dublin Bay. All classes sailed another two races before the lay day today and three days of competition to go. Results remains closest among the 420-Girls' leaders where, after they sailed "a blinder", scoring two bullets today, Australia's Smith/Clark are now tied on 20 points with yesterday's leaders, Vose/Urwin (GBR), in turn two points ahead of Italy's Paternoster/Disalle. In the 420-Boys, Guillaume Pirouelle/Valentin Sipan FRA could extend their lead on 8 points, and Goedhart/Van Steckelenborg NED are as solid on rank 2. Charles/Charles ESP follow on the 3rd place. The defending champions Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP in the 29ers remained on top, but the first persuers Rual/Biton FRA are now only one point behind. The new 3rd are Lange/Majdalani ARG. No changes in the SL-16-catamarans, where White/Britz GBR extended their lead with another race win. Darmanin/Copeland AUS and Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL stayed on the positions 2 and 3. Mitchell Kiss USA is the sole leader in the Lasers Radial Boys with Maksim Nikolaev RUS 3 points back. The best of the day Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR advanced on the 3rd place. Still a close pack is on top of the Laser Radial Girls with Line Höst NOR 3 points ahead of the surprising Pinar Kaydar TUR and 4 points in front of Julia Karlsson SWE. Dominating remains Saskia Skills GBR as first in the RS:X-Girls, as the 2nd Anastasiya Valkevich BLR is already 13 points behind. The new 3rd is Naomi Cohen ISR. In the RS:X-Boys, it is the defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR who keeps the lead followed by Mattia Camboni ITA and Kiran Badloe NED. Leading the Youth Worlds Nations Cup at halftime of the championship is France, ahead of England and Spain. All ranking lists, the daily report and the videos.
Sunday, October 26, 2014   (Image © Dave Maher)
No improvements by the four Swiss teams at the Youth Worlds. In the 420 Boys, Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI added two 24th ranks to their score sheet and are now 17th overall. The 420-Girls Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI remain also on rank 17 after 7 races. Sébastien Schneiter SUI in the Lasers Radial Boys had to accept a disqualification dropping him on rank 29 overall. Only Alexandra Rayroux SUI made a positive experience finishing 3rd in one race, bringing her on the 18th position overall in the Lasers Radial Girls. In the Nations' Trophy, Switzerland is on rank 34.
Sunday, October 26, 2014   
Shifty and gusty westerly offshore winds and torrential rain and reduced visibility prevailed again on day three of the Youth Sailing Worlds on Dublin Bay. All classes sailed another two races before the lay day today and three days of competition to go. Mitchell Kiss USA is the sole leader in the Lasers Radial Boys with Maksim Nikolaev RUS 3 points back. The best of the day Herrmann Tomasgaard NOR advanced on the 3rd place. Still a close pack is on top of the Laser Radial Girls with Line Höst NOR 3 points ahead of the surprising Pinar Kaydar TUR and 4 points in front of Julia Karlsson SWE. Leading the Youth Worlds Nations Cup at halftime of the championship is France, ahead of England and Spain. All ranking lists, the daily report and the videos.
Sunday, October 26, 2014   
Even more gusty and shifty was the breeze on day two of the ISAF Youth Worlds making sailing pretty difficult. Pitouelle/Sipan FRA perfectly coped with this situation and have already an 11 points' lead in the 420er-Boys ahead of Goedhart/Van Stekelenborg NED 2nd and Charles/Charles ESP 3rd. Superior leaders in the 420er-Girls are Annabel Vose/Kirstie Urwin GBR, finishing 1/2/3 yesterday in front of Smith/Clark AUS and Paternoster/Disalle ITA at equal points. In the 29ers, Robles/Trittel ESP keep the first place, but Rual/Biton FRA are adamant chasers. Wilson/Wilson USA follow on rank 3. In the SL-16-catamarans, White/Copeland GBR are now the single leaders ahead of Darmanin/Copeland AUS and Demesmaeker/Hendrickx BEL. In the fleet of the Lasers Radial Boys, Mitchell Kiss USA and Marco Zani ITA are tied on top, with Mark Spearman AUS on rank 3. Line Höst NOR defended her lead in the Lasers Radial Girls ahead of Pinar Kaynar TUR and Agata Barwinska POL. Outstanding the performance of Saskia Sills GBR in the RS:X-Girls, where her lead on Veronica Fanciulli ITA is now 8 points. Anastasya Valkevich BLR is the new third. The defending champion Wonwood Cho KOR leads in the RS:X-Boys with one point on Mattia Camboni ITA. Kieran Martin GBR follows as 3rd. All results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Sunday, October 26, 2014   
Even more gusty and shifty was the breeze on day two of the ISAF Youth Worlds making sailing pretty difficult. In the fleet of the Lasers Radial Boys, Mitchell Kiss USA and Marco Zani ITA are now tied on top, with Mark Spearman AUS on rank 3. Line Höst NOR defended her lead in the Lasers Radial Girls ahead of Pinar Kaynar TUR and Agata Barwinska POL. All results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Sunday, October 26, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Cool weather and a 6-12 kn breeze prevailed on day one of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship in Dublin IRL, and two races were completed in all eight events. Setting the pace were the defending champions Carlos Robles/Florian Trittel ESP in the 29ers with the day ranks 1 and 2, but only one point behind are Wilson/Wilson USA, while Kohlhoff/Werner GER follow on 3rd. In the Lasers Radial Boys, Tobias Hemdorff DEN ahead of Maxim Nikolaev RUS and Mark Spearman AUS are the top three. A convincing first day delivered Line Höst NOR in the Lasers Radial Girls finishing 1 and 2. Oren Jacob ISR and Martina Reino ESP follow behind. In the 420 Boys, Pirouelle/Sipan FRA are first one point in front of Charles/Charles ESP, while Crosbie/Roberts IRL on the 3rd place are farther behind. Five teams (from 3 continents) are tied on top of the 420-Girls: Baram/Shoshan ISR, Paternoster/Disalle ITA, Lim/Siew SIN, Horwitz/Fuentes CHI and Poret/Chevet FRA. Surprising leaders in the SL-16-catamarans are Demesmaeker/Hendricks BEL, tied with Darmann/Copeland AUS on rank 1. Henri Demesmaeker BEL, with age 14 the youngest participant, had the advantage of his light weight in these low wind races. The defending champions Lowy/Vidal BRA follow on rank 3. A flawless score sheet has Saskia Skills GBR with two race wins in the RS:X-Girls ahead of Veronica Fanciulli ITA and Lydia Cahu HKG. In the RS:X-Boys, the defending champion Wonwot Cho KOR is already on top again, in front of Bautista Saubidet ARG and Imry Kate ISR. The official report and the video of the day.
Sunday, October 26, 2014   
Cool weather and a 6-12 kn breeze prevailed on day one of the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship in Dublin IRL, and two races were completed in all eight events. In the Lasers Radial Boys, Tobias Hemdorff DEN ahead of Maxim Nikolaev RUS and Mark Spearman AUS are the top three. A convincing first day delivered Line Höst NOR in the Lasers Radial Girls finishing 1 and 2. Oren Jacob ISR and Martina Reino ESP follow behind. The official report and the video of the day.
Sunday, October 26, 2014   (Image © David Branigan)
Today is the first race day at the 2012 ISAF Youth World Championships in the Dublin Bay. Impressive as always are the entry figures: the entry lists contain 350 participants from 63 nations. The boat classes sailed in the different events are Laser Radial, 420, 29er, RS:X-windsurfers an - as the only mixed class - the SL-16-catamarans. The Practice Races yesterday took place in good sailing conditions. See gallery. The official preview and the event-website.
Sunday, October 26, 2014   
Today is the first race day at the 2012 ISAF Youth World Championships in the Dublin Bay. Impressive as always are the entry figures: the entry lists contain 350 participants from 63 nations. The boat classes sailed in the different events are Laser Radial, 420, 29er, RS:X-windsurfers an - as the only mixed class - the SL-16-catamarans. The Practice Races yesterday took place in good sailing conditions. See gallery. Switzerland is represented in the 420s and Lasers Radial. Sebastiano Baranzini/Matteo Colombo SUI and Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SUI realised both some good international results. In the Lasers Radial, Sèbastien Schneiter SUI promises good results as he is at present leader in the Laser Radial Europacup. Alexandra Rayroux SUI is the Swiss Radial women representative. The official preview and the event-website.
 
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