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News – Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Wednesday, October 1, 2014   (Image © Gilles Martin-Raget)
The fresh East wind with 20 kn and 2-meter waves stayed also on the second day of the 'Voiles'. Too much for many of the 120 Classics, partly over 100 years old, the Modernes sailing in five IRC classifications, the Wallys and the J-Yachts. One race for each fleet was sailed. Here all ranking lists and the report of the day. Must see is the gallery by Gilles Martin-Raget as well as the video of the day, presenting some of the swimming pieces of art, before leaving the port.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014   
After the Paralympic IFDS World Championship (the 2.4 mIJ is the one-person-keelboat of the disabled), the Open 2.4 mIJ Open Worlds (open for everybody) began yesterday in Toronto CAN. Two races were sailed in an 8-10 kn breeze, and as in previous years, the best Paralympic sailors are challenged above all by Scandinavian participants.
Winners of the two races were Megan Pascoe GBR and Niko Salomaa FIN, as Stellan Berlin SWE crossing the line as first in race 2 was disqualified. Overall leader is Niko Salomaa FIN ahead of Megan Pascoe GBR and Paul Tingley CAN. 35 boats from 6 nations participate.
The ranking list, the short reports and the event website.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014   (Image © Alfred Farre)
In a tight final last Sunday, the winners of the 2014 Raceboard World Championship after 14 races were Ivan Pastor ESP in the men's category and Vita Matise LAT in the women's. Silver and Bronze with the men went to Maksimilan Woicjek POL and Nicolas Huguet FRA. 104 participants from 17 nations were present. Second with the women behind Matise was another Latvian, Ilona Grinberga LAT. Joanna Sterling AUS took Bronze. The report.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014   (Image © PWA-John Carter)
The mostly rough North Sea keeps on being soft. As 10 days ago at the Danish Klitmöller Wave World Cup, where only one day was with sufficient wind and waves, the Super Grand Slam on Sylt GER began very dull. Yesterday was the third day in a row without wind.
The PWA website again with some interviews.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014   
After the light-wind opening of Monday, the wind was missing completely on the Chesapeak Bay yesterday, and the 32 teams from 3 nations waited in vain for a start. Winner of the only race on the first day was the unique French team of Sophie Faguet FRA, who crossed the line with a huge advance.
The ranking list and the event facebook page.
 
News – Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Tuesday, September 30, 2014   
Rain and moderate winds around 8 kn prevailed yesterday on the first day of the J/80 World Championship on the Chesapeak Bay. The conditions just allowed to complete one race and the winners were Sophie Faguet FRA and her team. On the ranks 2 and 3 follow Will & Marie Crump USA (Chris Larson USA tactics) and Brian Keane USA (with Stuart McNay USA and Mike Wolf CAN). 32 teams from France, England and the USA participate.
The ranking list and the event facebook page
Tuesday, September 30, 2014   (Image © PWA-John Carter)
The North Sea Coast remained again without wind and the PWA Grand Slam on Sylt stalled for another day. The PWA website used the waiting time for an interview with the winner of the first Slalom Elimination Arnon Dagan ISR.
Tuesday, September 30, 2014   
Glittering water, shining boats and much action marked the past nine days of the 2014 Interboot in Friederichshafen/Lake Constance GER. 86 200 (2013: 89 600) visitors were aboard the 53rd International Nautical Show, traditionally the first exhibition to present the novelties of the next season for all those interested in water sports, and to provide the first feedbacks for the industry. The ambience in the halls was positive and most of the exhibitors were satisfied with the results of the show, according to the Interboot-Director Klaus Wellmann. Extremely popular – also thanks to the perfect late summer weather - was the Interboot Harbour with the 130 test boats, as well as the many sport events on Lake Constance. 491 exhibitors from 15 nations were present, offering a wide selection of boats, equipment, services and last-but-not-least fashion.
The final report.
Tuesday, September 30, 2014   (Image © Carlo Borlenghi)
The Voiles de St-Tropez began yesterday in an up to 20 kn East wind, and the IRC Moderns, the Wallys and the J-Classes sailed one race each. As from today, the 120 Classics will join the racing. All ranking lists and the report of the day.
Tuesday, September 30, 2014   (Image © Stan Thuret)
After the wreckage of his Open 60, there was silence around Bernard Stamm SUI for quite some time. Now he is back and this with a victory. At Lorient FRA, he won the 'Atlantique', a weekend regatta attended by seven teams, together with Philippe Legros FRA and Matthieu Vandamme FRA, on the new Tour-de-France Diam-24 trimaran. In light winds, he dominated the race. The official report including a video interview with Stamm, and the report on Stamm's website.
At the same time, the Swiss is preparing his comeback in the Open-60-circuit. Together with Jean Le Cam FRA, he will start at the Barcelona World Race end of the year, the round-the-world-non-stop race for two person teams. For this purpose, he acquired with the help of his sponsors the yacht of Jörg Riechers GER, who had to quit his Vendée-Globe ambitions due to lack of finances. Originally, the boat has been built for Michel Desjoyeaux FRA, winning his second Vendée. After a complete reconditioning, the boat touched water again ten days ago. The report.
Tuesday, September 30, 2014   
The second Swiss boat after the Nacra 17 of Matias Bühler/Nathalie Brugger SUI to get a nation's berth for the 2016 Rio Olympics at the Santander ISAF Worlds was the 470 of Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser. The light wind during the first days of the Championship were not the team's taste, but with the freshening breeze, they came back strongly and terminated the competition on the remarkable 14th final position. With this place, they not only grasped the berth for Switzerland for the Olympic regatta, but they qualified also for the ISAF World Cup Grand Final at Abu Dhabi UAE in November. Read their Newsletter (PDF) for details on the World Championship.
Tuesday, September 30, 2014   
The team of the CN Morges (Solène Mariani, Nicolas Rolaz, Morgan Lauber, Erwan Lamoureux), winner of the Round Robin, was also on top in the Finals winning the Optimist Swiss Team Race Championship 2014. On rank 2 followed the RC Oberhofen (Jann Schüpbach, Nick Zeltner, Till Seger, Alec Hatebur), and Bronze won the SC Cham. The rankings (PDF).
 
News – Monday, September 29, 2014
Monday, September 29, 2014   (Image © Robert Hajduk / AWMRT)
Taylor Canfield ISV defeated Ian Williams GBR at the Dutch Match Cup Lelystad NE 2-1 and reduced the overall backlog on Williams to 5 points. The last two Acts of the World Tour on the Bermudas and in Malaysia will be very exciting ! Winner of the Petite Final and 3rd was David Gilmour AUS with 2-1 over Mathieu Richard FRA.
The report with results.
Monday, September 29, 2014   
Over the past weekend, the 53rd edition of the traditional Starboat Octoberfest Regatta was sailed with five races on the Ammersee GER. Winning three heats, the clear winners were Calle Schröder/Henrik Glimmsted SWE ahead of Ulrich Vater/Karsten Morf GER and Martin and Peter Gereben HUN. 47 participants from 7 nations.
The ranking list.
Monday, September 29, 2014   (Image © PWA-John Carter)
The wind disappeared after the first Eliminations of the Slalom- and Freestyle-specialists and the competition was over early on the summery warm Sylt island and the many spectators enjoyed the sun. The Super Grand Slam of Sylt lasts during the whole week, but for today, the wind forecast is not any better.
The PWA website and the video trailer.
Monday, September 29, 2014   (Image © Segel-Bundesliga / Lars Wehrmann)
The 5th Act of the German National Sailing League in Friederichshafen/Lake Constance ended yesterday in light winds. The Norddeutsche Regatta-Verein with Carsten Kemmling was the winner and at the same time the early German National League Champion. In the 2nd National League, the first teams promoted to the 1st are known and are the WV Hemelingen, the SC Bayer Uerdingen and the Münchner YC. The Season Final will take place in Hamburg in October. Additional promotion places will be at stake.
The report with results.
Monday, September 29, 2014   (Image © Rolex / Carlo Borlenghi)
The 'Voiles de St-Tropez' are again a major happening with huge fleets in various classes. In addition to the Wally's or the J-Class-Yachts, there are again almost 100 Classics and a considerable fleet of modern yachts up to 80 foot on the entry list. The list of participants and the official preview. Moderate East winds around 10-15 kn and sun can be expected according to the forecasts. An ideal setting for good races !
Monday, September 29, 2014   
As last tune-up for the World Laser Masters' Championship at Hyères FRA beginning next weekend, the Internationale Laser Masters' Cup took place on the Bay of Hyères. Sunshine with an 5-8 kn breeze on Saturday and a 12-15 kn East wind on Sunday allowed to complete 5 races. Winners were Andrew Dellabarca NZL ahead of Thomas Chaix IRL and Denis Simeoni FRA in the Lasers Standard. Superior winner in the Lasers Radial was Mark Kennedy AUS winning 4 of the 5 heats. Seff Loosemore AUS and Keith Wilkins GBR (multiple Laser European Champion in the 70s) completed the podium.
The ranking lists.
517 participants are on the entry list of the Laser World Masters beginning on October 4 !
Monday, September 29, 2014   (Image © Dr)
Lotte Meldgaard-Petersen DEN defeated Stephanie Roble USA in a nail-biting final with 3-2. Anne Le Berre FRA won the Petite Final against Carolin Sylvan SWE and is on 3rd. After this 4th of 5 Rounds in the Women International Matchracing Series, the situation before the last event in Busan KOR is very exciting, as the overall leader Anna Kjellbärg SWE is only one point ahead of Lotte Meldgaard DEN.
The report with results.
Monday, September 29, 2014   
Not only sun, but also sufficient wind on most Swiss lakes allowed to sail the planned regattas. A first results' and reports' summary has been posted on the in the Sailing Switzerland section of our website.
 
News – Sunday, September 28, 2014
Sunday, September 28, 2014   (Image © Robert Hajduk / AWMRT)
Light winds prevailed for the first time at the Dutch Match Cup yesterday during the Quarter Finals. Proceeding to the Semis are Ian Williams GBR (3-2 vs Phil Robertson NZL), David Gilmour AUS (3-0 vs Keith Swinton AUS) and Mathieu Richard FRA (3-1 vs Arthur Herreman FRA). The first round of the Semis was already sailed yesterday. Mathieu Richard FRA leads against Ian Williams GBR 1-0, and David Gilmour AUS defeated Taylor Canfield ISV for the first time here at Lelystad.
The results and the report. The light wind will persist for the crucial duels today.
Sunday, September 28, 2014   
The first of two scheduled races was sailed on Lake Garda in a fresh Northerly wind early in the morning. Hugo Rocha ESP realised another race win and reduced the gap on the leader Carlo Alberini ITA to 4 points. But Alberini came back in the afternoon's race and made everything clear with a first place. Alessio Marinelli ITA defended Bronze behind Rocha ESP.
The ranking list and the final report.
Sunday, September 28, 2014   (Image © Alexis Courcoux)
The fleet reached Lorient FRA yesterday evening closely together around 22 hrs CET. Adrien Hardy FRA had finally the upper hand and won 4 minutes ahead of Charlie Dalin FRA, and another 13 minutes later, it was Xavier Macaire FRA who crossed the finish line. The only woman in the fleet, Isabelle Joschke FRA/GER, remained on rank 7 among the 20 participants. The second place of Charlie Dalin FRA implies his victory of the French Solo Offshore Championship 2014.
The ranking list, the reports and the videos of the arrivals.
Sunday, September 28, 2014   (Image © Gerard Chauvel)
The Platu 25 World Championship 2014 in Antibes FRA ended yesterday with a last race without the new World Champion Sandro Montefusco ITA, who had his title prematurerly. Matthias Bermejo SUI and his team won the race and defended the 3rd rank overall. 5 points were missing for Silver earned by Tomaso De Bellis ITA.
The ranking list and the report.
Sunday, September 28, 2014   (Image © PWA-John Carter)
The Freestylers opened the day early in the morning but the breeze quickly vanished and the Qualifiers had to be postponed. The Slalom drivers however found a light wind to start their competition but together with the breakers off Sylt, the conditions were very challenging. Aron Dagan ISR won ahead of Julien Quentel FRA. The World Champion Antoine Albeau FRA was forced to abandon after a collision during the Qualifiers.
All details on the PWA website.
Sunday, September 28, 2014   
The Optimist Swiss Team Racing Championship began yesterday on Lake Zoug, and the good sailing conditions allowed to complete the full Round Robin and the first half of the Semi Finals. The CN Morges won the Round Robin (Here the rankings (PDF)). The standings of the Semi Finals after Saturday are 2-1 in both pairings, i.e. CN Morges vs YKP Gdynia POL and RC Oberhofen vs SC Cham. The results (PDF).
Sunday, September 28, 2014   (Image © James Robinson Taylor / Regates Royales)
A last long-distance race sailed in summery light-wind conditions concluded the Royal Regatta in Cannes FRA attended by over 80 Classic Yachts. Here the final results of all 8 categories, as well as the final report.
Today, most yachts will dislocate to St-Tropez FRA where the 'Voiles de St.Tropez' will begin tomorrow. We already reported yesterday on the victory of Ian Bradburry IRL in the Dragons.
Sunday, September 28, 2014   (Image © Lars Wehrmann)
Favorable racing conditions prevailed on Lake Constance yesterday after the windless opening Friday, and in an up to 10 kn breeze the 1st and the 2nd National Sailing League completed half of the Round Robin each.
Leading in the 1st League is the Württembergische YC ahead of the Norddeutschen RV, the latter with good chances for the Champion's titile. The 2nd League Clubs are sailing for one of the three promotion places, respectively the ranks 4-6 as qualification criteria for the promotion round. The WV Hermelingen leads for the moment.
The daily report and the results. The crucial races of today are not only visible live for the visitors of the Interboot but also on the Internet as from 11 a.m. CET.
 
News – Saturday, September 27, 2014
Saturday, September 27, 2014   (Image © Robert Hajduk / AWMRT)
The windy conditions persisted yesterday at Lelystad and the Round Robin of the Dutch Match Cup was completed. Taylor Canfield ISV, score 9-2, is directly qualified for the Semi Final. The ranks 2-7 sail the Quarter Finals today. Ian Williams GBR meets Phil Robertson NZL, David Gilmour AUS sails against Keith Swinton AUS and Mathieu Richard FRA encounters the surprise-man Arthur Herreman FRA.
The results and the report.
Saturday, September 27, 2014   (Image © Elena Giolai)
The Ora was light on the 3rd day of the J/70 Europeans on Lake Garda, but nevertheless, two races were completed in an 8 kn breeze. Finishing 1 and 2, Hugo Rocha ESP reduced the gap on the leading Carlo Alberini ITA on 6 points. Two North wind races have been scheduled for this morning, that will be crucial for the title. Alessio Marinelli ITA on rank 3 is already 17 points back, and another 8 points behind is Charlie Esse GBR as best corinthian skipper.
The ranking list and the daily report.
Saturday, September 27, 2014   (Image © Gerard Chauvel)
The Platu 25 Worlds continued yesterday with three races, and with the day ranks 2/2/1, Sandro Montefusco ITA and his team are the premature winners of the World Champion's title before today's final race. Tomaso De Bellis ITA on rank 2 has an 8 points' lead over Matthias Bermejo SUI. The fight for Silver and Bronze is fully open, as also Christophe Chaffardon FRA has still chances to climb on the podium.
The ranking list and the class website.
Saturday, September 27, 2014   
The J/24 World Championship 2014 in Newport RI ended yesterday with the races 9 and 10, and the leader Will Welles USA and his team confirmed their superiority with the day ranks 2 and 5 and took the title with a 17 points' advantage. Mauricio Santa Cruz BRA finished 2nd, John Mollicone USA 3rd. 69 teams from 12 nations participated.
The final rankings and the report.
Saturday, September 27, 2014   (Image © Pierpaolo Lanfrancotti)
No races on the last day of the 5.5 mIJ World Championship 2014. The light and circling wind allowed nothing but a few start attempts and the day ended without a valid result. The interim's leader Flavio Marazzi SUI /Jakob Gustafsson SWE/Christoph Burger SUI remained therefore on top and were declared World Champions. A constant row of results without a flop kept them in the leading group during the whole competition, while the direct opponents waited for the 6th race to discard the worst result and move on top. Kristian Nergaard NOR and Gavin McKinney BAH completed the podium.
The report and the final results.
Saturday, September 27, 2014   (Image © Douane)
The fleet is trailing in a very light East wind instead of the usual fresh autumn breeze from the West. 80 miles are left to Lorient FRA for the leading Adrien Hardy FRA, but the race is not decided yet. Xavier Macaire FRA and Charlie Dahlin FRA follow practically at sight with a backlog of 1,2, respectively 1,6 miles. Isabelle Joschke GER/FRA, the only woman in the fleet, follows 17 miles back on rank 7. Four of the backmarkers in the fleet sticking in the lulls have abandoned the race exasperatedly.
The race viewer and the reports (in French).
Saturday, September 27, 2014   (Image © PWA-John Carter)
The Sylt Super Grand Slam, the 9-days Finale of the PWA Worldcup Season, began yesterday in not too ideal conditions with a breeze from the shore. The Qualification races of the Slalom specialists and the Eliminations of the Wave riders were on the program, and this without any surprises. For today, a 14-20 kn breeze has been announced.
The report on the PWA website.
Saturday, September 27, 2014   (Image © James Robinson Taylor / R�gates Royales)
Late was the seabreeze, and only one long-distance race was completed in the Classics fleet with a finish line just nearby a cruise ship. The ranking list of the 6 classes.
The Dragon regatta ended already with Ian Bradbury IRL/Lars Hendriksen DEN/Claus Olensen DEN as winner after 6 races, ahead of Dimitri Samokhin RUS and Michael Zannel GER. The ranking list and the report.
 
 
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