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Women's Sailing – Sunday, July 12, 2015
Sunday, July 12, 2015   
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Crucial day at the Match Racing Women's World Championship 2015 at Middelfart DEN today. The favorites, dominators of the Round Robin, are all qualified for the Semi Finals. Anne-Claire Le Berre FRA, Stephanie Roble USA, Lotte Meldgaard DEN and Camilla Ulrikkeholm DEN will fight for the Medals today. The report and the results.
Women's Sailing – Friday, July 10, 2015
Friday, July 10, 2015   (Image © Mike Anderson)
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The low pressure zone passing over Northern Europe allowed only two flights to be completed, both won by Katie Spithill AUS. Joint leaders with an 8-0 score after the second day remain Lotte Meldgaard DEN and Anne-Claire Le Berre FRA. Anna Östling SWE follows with 7-1 on rank 3. Katie Spithill moved up on rank 6 after yesterday's races.
The report with results.
Women's Sailing – Thursday, July 9, 2015
Thursday, July 9, 2015   (Image © Mike Anderson)
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The Women's Match Racing World Championship 2015 in Middlefart DEN began yesterday in a well established breeze. Joint leaders with an 8-0 score after the first day are Lotte Meldgaard DEN and Anne-Claire Le Berre FRA. Anna Östling SWE follows with 7-1 on rank 3.
The report with results.
Women's Sailing – Monday, April 27, 2015
Monday, April 27, 2015   
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The only Swiss sailing in the Medal Races were Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI in the 470 women. They were aiming for an improvement in the overall rankings, but their direct opponents Kondo/Yoshioka JPN 'exploded' winning the Medal Race and the Swiss girls remained on rank 9, their best Worldcup result ever ! The improved performance in fresher winds payed dividends and they are on a good way to qualify Switzerland for one of the remaining Olympic berths, as the 470 women elite was present at Hyères except the World Champions Vadlau/Ogar AUT
We already reported on the results of the other three Swiss boats. Above all, Mateo Sanz-Lanz SUI has to be mentioned as with his 11th place overall one point behind the Medal Race qualification in the RS:X male windsurfers, he performed remakably well and he has good chances to win the Olympic berth for Switzerland at the RS:X Worlds 2015.
Matias Buhler/Nathalie Brugger SUI, normally a safe value, had unusual ups and downs in the Nacra 17 races, and ended on rank 15 overall.
Also beyond their capacity sailed Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI in the 470 men: Handicapped by a flu of the helmsman, they had to content themselves with rank 32.
All ranking lists and the report.
Women's Sailing – Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Tuesday, April 21, 2015   (Image © Loris Von Siebenthal)
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Winning the Bronze Medal at the Laser Radial Youth European Championship last year, Maud Jayet CNP, age 20, has been nominated as 'Meilleur espoir romand féminin 2014' (best female development athlete of the French-speaking part of Switzerland), together with Pauline Brunner (fencing) and Camillia Berra (Ski Freestyle). The prize money for the winner is CHF 6'000. Public voting over the Internet until April 27 will decide on the winner. Vote for Maud Jayet HEREl today !
Women's Sailing – Friday, October 17, 2014
Friday, October 17, 2014   (Image © Kim Wolf)
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The Semi Finals and Finals were sailed in light and unconstant winds, and the two comeback teams from the past Olympics - Lucie MacGregor GBR and Katie Spithill AUS - met in the last encounter. Macgregor had the upperhand with 3-2 in a tight match. Anna Kjellberg SWE won the Petite Final against Trine Paludan DEN 2-0. The Danish woman replaced the injured team skipper Camilla Ulrikkeholm DEN, and this 4th place was sufficient for the Danish team to win the Women International Matchracing Series 2014.
The report with the results.
Women's Sailing – Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Wednesday, October 15, 2014   (Image © DR / WIM Series)
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After the unplanned pause due to the passing typhoon, the Round Robin continued yesterday still in a fresh breeze, but is not yet finished. Completed the qualifier round have Katie Spithill AUS (leading with 9-2) and Trine Paludan DEN (substitute for the helmswoman Camilla Ulrikkeholm DEN with 8-3). Lucy MacGregor GBR (7-3) meets in her last match Anna Kjellberg SWE (6-2 so far).
The results, the report and the video of the day.
Women's Sailing – Monday, September 29, 2014
Monday, September 29, 2014   (Image © Dr)
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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.
Women's Sailing – Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Wednesday, June 11, 2014   
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Again high summer in Split yesterday with 32° and light winds only, and only one race by fleet was completed. Nick Thompson GBR stayed on top of the rankings with a 7th race rank in the Lasers Standard, ahead of Robert Scheidt BRA at equal points, who was the best of the favorites yesterday with a 3rd race rank. Only one point behind follows the light-wind specialist Francesco Marrai ITA. Tom Burton AUS and Andy Maloney NZL are on the ranks 4 and 5.
No changes in the Radial women: Marit Bouwmester NED defended her lead with a 2nd race rank, one point ahead of Svenja Reger GER, delivering her best performance in an international competition so far. Chloë Martin GBR remained 3rd, Marie Rindom DEN winner of the race, advanced on the 4th place.
The new leader in the Radial man is Marcin Rudawski POL, ahead of Mario Novak CRO and Toni Busic CRO.
The daily report and the event-website.
Wednesday, June 11, 2014   (Image © Thom Touw)
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Again high summer in Split yesterday with 32° and light winds only, and only one race by fleet was completed. Nick Thompson GBR stayed on top of the rankings with a 7th race rank in the Lasers Standard, ahead of Robert Scheidt BRA at equal points, who was the best of the favorites yesterday with a 3rd race rank. Only one point behind follows the light-wind specialist Francesco Marrai ITA. Tom Burton AUS and Andy Maloney NZL are on the ranks 4 and 5. The Swiss could not improve their positions: Guillaume Girod SUI remained on rank 104, Cyrill Knecht SUI is 126th.
No changes in the Radial women: Marit Bouwmester NED defended her lead with a 2nd race rank, one point ahead of Svenja Reger GER, delivering her best performance in an international competition so far. Chloë Martin GBR remained 3rd, Marie Rindom DEN winner of the race, advanced on the 4th place.
The new leader in the Radial man is Marcin Rudawski POL, ahead of Mario Novak CRO and Toni Busic CRO. arlo Fischer SUI remains 35th.
The daily report and the event-website.
Women's Sailing – Monday, June 9, 2014
Monday, June 9, 2014   
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A fresh breeze from the shore, gusty and with major wind shifts prevailed during the Final with the World nbr 1 Camilla Ulrikkeholm DEN and the nbr 2 Anna Kjellberg SWE duelling for the title. After a 1-0 lead in favor of the Danish team, the Swedes won three races in a row and earned their first Worlds title, and this with a minimal preparation, as Anna Kjellberg gave birth to a baby only five weeks ago. The Bronze medal went to Stephanie Roble USA who defeated the second Swedish team of Caroline Sylvan SWE in the Petite Final with 2-0. The report, the final rankings and the videos.
Women's Sailing – Saturday, June 7, 2014
Saturday, June 7, 2014   
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The Quarter Finals of the Match Racing Women's World Championship was sailed yesterday in Ireland in a fresh breeze with the favorites Camilla Ulrikkeholm DEN, Anna Kjellberg SWE and Stephanie Roble USA qualifying for the Semi finals. Caroline Sylvan SWE was the surprise as she eliminated the experienced Lotte Meldgaard DEN. The results, the daily report and the videos.
Women's Sailing – Friday, June 6, 2014
Friday, June 6, 2014   
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The Round Robin of the Match Racing Women's World Championship 2014 a the Irish South Coast has already been concluded, and a trio - the favorite and World nbr 1 Camilla Ulrikkeholm DEN, Lotte Meldgard DEN and Anne-Claire Le Berre FRA - are jointly leading with a 10-2 score each. On rank 4 follow Claudia Pierce AUS and Stephanie Roble USA with 9-3 w/l. As expected, the former Olympic circuit teams were the ones to dominate the competition. The results, the video of day one and the event-website.
 
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