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Sailing Switzerland – Thursday, January 29, 2015
Thursday, January 29, 2015   
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The wind was puffy (12 to 18 kn) and shifty (up to 20°) all day long producing very difficult sailing conditions. All classes have completed the Qualification Series and start to the Final Series today to select the 10 teams for the Medal Races on Saturday.
New on top of the 470 men are Luke Patience/Elliott Willis GBR, 6 points ahead of Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS. Mantis/Kagialis GRE dropped on rank 3. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI moved up on rank 9. Jo Aleh/Polly Powrie NZL won both heats of the day and consolidated their lead in the 470 women. Mills/Clarke GBR on rank 2 are 11 points behind. Weguelin/McIntyre GBR on 3rd are another 8 points back. Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI advanced on rank 18. Close-up in the 49ers with John Pink/Stuart Bithell GBR and the Australian development team helmsman Joel Turner AUS, with Outteridge's crew Iain Jensen AUS, share the lead one point ahead of the previous leaders Botin/Lopez ESP. Sébastien Schneiter/Lucien Cujean SUI are on rank 7 of the Silverfleet (=36th overall). Alexandra Maloney/Molly Meech NZL extended their lead in the 49ersFX on 25 points. Martine Grael/Kahena Kunze BRA on 2nd have another 28 points on the 3rd Nina Keijzer/Claire Blom NED. 'Only' 5/4/6 yesterday for Giles Scott GBR, but he is still clealy ahead in the Finns ahead of Jake Lilley AUS. Winning two races, Ioannis Mitakis GRE advanced on the 3rd position. New leaders in the Nacra 17 are Vittorio Bissarro/Silvia Sigouri ITA closely followed by Ben Saxton/Nicola Groves GBR. illy Besson/Marie Riou FRA and Gemma Jones/Jason Sanders NZL are on the ranks 3 and 4 at equal points 8 points behind the leaders. Matias Bühler/Nathalie Brugger SUI are out of competition after the knee injury of Nathalie. New leader in the RS:X male windsurfers is Thomas Goyard FRA, closely followed by Nick Dempsey GBR and Dorian Van Rijsselberge NED. Mateo Sanz-Lanz SUI is on rank 27. Bryony Shaw GBR has now a 16 points lead in the RS:X female windsurfers. Olga Maslivets RUS remains 2nd, while Hei-Man Chan HKG is new on rank 3.
All results, the report of the day and the www.youtube.com/watch?v=wwdU0DOvrzY]video of the day[/URL].
Thursday, January 29, 2015   (Image © Ocean Images)
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Unconstant winds in velocity and direction made sailing extremely challenging yesterday, and even the super-star Robert Scheidt BRA - with the ranks 27/20 - had his difficulties, loosing the first place in the Lasers Standard to Matthew Wearn AUS, just 1 point ahead of Nick Thompson GBR. Scheidt is now 3rd, 6 points behind the new leader and only 2 points ahead of the 4th Philipp Buhl GER. Guillaume Girod SUI is 4th in the Silverfleet auf Rang 4 (=58th overall).
Anne-Marie Rindom DEN however was among the best yesterday as well in the Lasers Radial, extending her lead on Annalise Murphy IRL to 5 points. Evi Van Acker BEL is new on rank 3. Bad luck for Tuula Tenkanen FIN, winning both races yesterday, but having missed the first day's races and with 4 instead of 6 valid heats, she remained on rank 41 and has to sail the Final Series as 2nd of the Silverfleet.
All ranking lists, the daily report and the www.youtube.com/watch?v=wwdU0DOvrzY]video of the day[/URL].
Thursday, January 29, 2015   
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Six races have been completed at the DN World Championship in Canada and Karol Jablonski POL grasped his 9th World Champion's title ! Robert Graczyk POL and Michal Burczynski POL complete the podium. Ron Sherry USA follows on rank 4. The complete ranking list has not yet been posted. We shall inform on the ranking of Pierre Bachelin SUI as soon as available.
The results, the German facebook page and the DN website.
Sailing Switzerland – Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Wednesday, January 28, 2015   (Image © Ingrid Abery)
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After an opening day of squalls and shattered equipment, the second day of racing at ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami offered a steady breeze in the teens. The up to 30 kn wind on Monday caused not only equipment damage but also injuries, and unfortunately Nathalie Brugger SUI was one of the victims, as in a nosedive and capzise, she got stuck in the footstrap and torn ligaments in her knee were the consequence so that no sailing will be possible for quite a while.
The full program was sailed yesterday. Mantis/Kagialis GRE moved up on top of the 470 men, closely followed by Patience/Willis GBR and Belcher/Ryan AUS. Yannick Brauchlis/Romuald Hausser SUI advanced on position 15, thanks to the discarded worst result and the good day ranks 12 and 9. Jo Aleh/Polly Powrie NZL confirmed their first place in the Bei den 470 women with a race win. Hannah Mills/Saskia Clarke GBR - also winning a race - remain not far away. Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI are on rank 16. Diego Botin/Iago Lopez ESP continued with an impressive performance in the 49ers and have now already a 14 points lead on Gilmour/Mara AUS snd Delle-Karth/Resch AUT. Sébastien Schneiter/Lucien Cujean SUI are 39th and continue the series in the Silverfleet. With Alexandra Maloney/Molly Meech NZL and 17 points behind Martine Grael/Kahena Kunze BRA, two Southern hemisphere teams are on top of the 49erFX. Leonie Meyer/Elena Stofers GER advanced on the 3rd place.
Giles Scott GBR has been undefeated in the Finns for 18 months now ... and at the Miami event, he is again on a winning path. He won 3 of the 4 heats completed so far. Jake Lilley AUS and Ed Wright GBR follow behind. Gemma Jones/Jason Saunders NZL defended the first place in the Nacra 17, followed by Ben Saxton/Nicola Groves GBR one point behind. Vittorio Bissaro/Silvia Sicouri ITA are 3rd. In the windsurfers, Byrony Shaw GBR has taken the lead in the RS:X women by a small margin, followed by Olga Maslivets RUS. Louis Giard FRA is still on top of the RS:X men ahead of Dorian Van Rijsselberge NED and Byron Kokkalanis GRE. Matteo Sanz-Lanz SUI with an excellent 4th race rank yesterday is now 28th.
All results and der results and videos.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015   (Image © Ingrid Abery)
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The wind was more and more slackening and unstable during the Laser races in the afternoon, but nevertheless, two races were sailed to complete the Laser Standard Qualifier Series for the Gold and Silver rounds.
Robert Scheidt BRA advanced on position 1 in the Lasers Standard finishing 1 and 2 in his group yesterday. Matthew Wearn AUS on rank 2 overall was as successful in the other group with a 1 and 2. Nick Thompson GBR, Jean-Baptiste Bernaz FRA and Philipp Buhl GER follow on positions 3 to 5 after the Qualifiers. Guillaume Girod SUI, rank 58, missed the Goldfleet by little, and sails in the Silverfleet as from today.
Anne-Marie Rindom DEN has taken the lead in the Lasers Radial with two race wins. Annalise Murphy IRL advanced on rank 2 and Marit Bouwmester NED is now 3rd.
All results, the report of the day and the videos of the day, part 1 and part 2.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015   
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Light winds prevailed off Kingston CAN yesterday and only the Silverfleet completed one race with the top 12 qualifying for the Goldfleet. Mike Dye USA was the winner. The small European delegation is sailing in the Goldfleet with Karel Jablonski POL in the overall lead winning the two races completed so far. Philippe Bachelin (SUI) follows on rank 35.
The results and the DN website. Here the video summary of day one produced by the Canadian TV.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015   
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Leg 3 of the Volvo Ocean Race was concluded yesterday with the arrival of the all-female 'SCA' team of Samantha Davies GBR with Justine and Elodie-Jane Mettraux SUI in Sanya CHN. Despite of finishing last, Samantha Davies showed confidence in the progress made. Here the report. The victory of the home team 'Dongfeng' with Charles Caudrelier FRA as skipper was very much celebrated in Sanya, even more, as the Chinese-French teams advanced on top of the interim's rankings as well. The report. More news and videos as always on the event website.
Sailing Switzerland – Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Tuesday, January 27, 2015   
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Up to 30 kn was the breeze on the first race day of the Miami Olympic Classes Regatta, 2nd event of the ISAF Worldcup 2015, and a lot of capsizes and equipment damages were the consequence ! Nevertheless, the program could be completed in most classes.
Luke Patience/Elliott Willis GBR took the lead in the 470 men ahead of the favorites Belcher/Ryan AUS and Asenati/Hudson RSA. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI are only on rank 22 after a failed first race. The 470 women are lead by the Olympic Champions Jo Aleh/Polly Powrie NZL in front of Mills/Clarke GBR and Weguelin/McIntyre GBR. Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI follow on rank 13. Surprise in the 49ers, where no 'big names' but Diego Botin/Iago Lopez ESP are first winning two of the three races ! Alonso/Alonso ESP and Gilmour/Mara AUS follow closely. Schneiter/Cujean SUI were forced to abandon the first race and are on rank 43. The 49ersFX were kept ashore after one race, as only 8 of the 40 entrants saw the finish line. Alexandra Maloney/Molly Meech NZL were first ahead of Keijzer/Blom NED and Lloyd/Elks AUS. Giles Scott GBR stood up to his reputation and won both Finn races, with Jake Lilley AUS and Ivan Klijakovic CRO as first persuers. No surprises also in the Nacra 17 with the experienced Gemma Jones/Jason Saunders NZL, Vittorio Bisarro/Silvia Seguri ITA and Billy Besson/Marie Riou FRA in the top positions. Matia Bühler/Nathalie Brugger SUI, winners of race 1, are 5th on the interims' rankings. The leading trio in the RS:X male windsurfer consists of Louis Giard FRA ahead of Byron Kokkalanis GRE and Nick Dempsey GBR. Mateo Sanz Lanz SUI is on rank 27. A new name appears on the RS:X female windsurf rankings with Marion Lepert USA, in front of Flavia Tartaglini ITA and Olga Maslivets RUS.
All ranking lists and the daily report.
Tuesday, January 27, 2015   
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The Lasers sailed two races on the first race day of the MOCR ISAF Worldcup Regatta on Bay Biscayne in heavy rain gusts of up to 30 kn.
The Lasers Standard sail in two groups, and the first leader is Bruno Fontes BRA (1/3) followed by Andrew Maloney NZL (4/1) and Robert Scheidt BRA (2/4). Guillaume Girod SUI is on position 45 among the 102 participants.
In the Lasers Radial, Allison Young GBR won both races of her group and lead overall ahead of Sarah Winter NZL and Annalise Murphy IRL on the ranks 2 and 3.
All ranking lists and the report of the day.
Tuesday, January 27, 2015   
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The 2015 DN Ice-Sailing World Championship in Kingston CAN began on Sunday with two races sailed so far in the Gold- and Silverfleet, with the Poland Ice Sailing Team as dominators, sitting on the ranks 1 to 3 with Karol Jablonski POL (former Americs's Cup helmsman) as first, Michal Burzinsky POL as 2nd and Tomasz Zakrzewsky POL as 3rd. The only Swiss Pierre Bachelin SUI 35th in the Goldfleet.
The ranking list and the pictures.
Sailing Switzerland – Monday, January 26, 2015
Monday, January 26, 2015   
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Today is day one of the Miami Olympic Classes Regatta on Biscayne Bay, the 2nd round of the ISAF World Cup 2015. Over 800 athletes from 63 nations are on the entry, and all three Paralympic Classes participate as well. Switzerland is represented by Matias Buhler/Nathalie Brugger SUI (Nacra 17), Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI (470 men), Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI (470 women) and Guillaume Girod SUI (Laser).
A fresh up to 30 kn breeze has been announced for today, and also during the week, the wind speeds will range in the two-digits numbers according to the predictions.
The official preview and the event website.
Monday, January 26, 2015   
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The Antibes Ski Yachting ended yesterday with two races.
Anatoly Loginov RUS and his team were the winners in the Dragons ahead of Jouko Lindgren FIN and Christian Brenius FIN. Andrew Friend GBR, sailing under Swiss flag, finished 4th. Walter Zürcher SUI did not compete on the last day and is 22nd overall. Philippe Boite/Jean Rodriguez FRA won clearly in the 5o5s ahead of Florian Stauffer/Valéry Jacot SUI. On top of the Finns was Sébastien Grall FRA in front of Marc Allain des Beauvais FRA and Régis Baumgarten FRA. The 420 winners thanks to a successful last day were Jessie Kampman/Anael Ponthieu FRA.
All results and the short report.
Monday, January 26, 2015   
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Last Saturday, the best sailors from the Zurich Region were honored at a Sailors' Party at Horgen/Lake Zurich. Winner of the Youth Price is the Optimist European Championship Bronze medal winner Martina Müller YCH, Sailor of the Year is the Match Racer Eric Monnin SCStä, ISAF World Nbr 4 at the end of 2014, and as best coach is Rico Hasler ZYC. In addition, almost CHF 50'000 grants have been awarded to elite sailors, half of it for Yannick Brauchli SVT preparing for a hopefully successful 2016 Olympic Regatta.
The report.
Sailing Switzerland – Sunday, January 25, 2015
Sunday, January 25, 2015   
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Three races by class were sailed at the Antibes Ski-Yachting yesterday in a 5 to 10 kn breeze, with for the first time the 420s and Lasers joining the competition.
In the 5o5, Boite/Rodriguez FRA defended their lead. As best of the day, Florian Stauffer/Valéry Jacot SUI moved up on rank 2. Leader in the Dragons is still Anatoly Loginov RUS and his team, with Jouko Lindgren FIN 2 points behind on 2nd. Among the best of the day was Adrian Friend GBR, sailing under Swiss flag, moving up on rank4. Walter Zürcher SUI follows on rank 20. Leader change in the Finns with Sébastien Grall FRA as first ahead of Marc Allain de Beauvais FRA and Antal Gabor HUN. The Italian 420s have taken the lead with Edoardo Ferraro/Francesco Orlando ITA first ahead of Andrea Abruzzese/Camilla Fassio ITA. Only a few Lasers are competing and the leader in the 9-boat Radial fleet is Pierre Guillou FRA.
All ranking lists and the short report.
Sailing Switzerland – Saturday, January 24, 2015
Saturday, January 24, 2015   
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The 2015 Ski-Yachting began Thursday with the ski giant-slalom with the French 420 youth sailors dominting. Yesterday, two races were sailed off Antibes in a light breeze.
Boite/Rodriguez FRA have taken the lead in the 5o5s ahead of Bleuez/Roucayrol FRA. Florian Stauffer/Valéry Jacot SUI follow on the 4th place. In the Dragons, Anatoly Loganov RUS and his team are first one point ahead of Igor Goikhberg RUS. Adrian Friend GBR sailing under Swiss flag is 12th, Walter Zürcher SUI follows on rank 18 among the 25 teams. Pierre Lallemand FRA won both Finn races and leads ahead of Tangui Capitaine FRA.
All results and the short report.
Sailing Switzerland – Thursday, January 22, 2015
Thursday, January 22, 2015   (Image © Photoboat)
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After a long waiting, a light breeze filled in allowing to complete at least one race yesterday. Jud Smith USA and his team defended their lead in the J/70 and Conor Clarke IRL, winning the race, even extended his first place in the Melges 24. The GC32-catamaran fleet is controlled by the newcomer Jason Carroll USA. Flavio Marazzi SUI remains on rank 3 among the 4 multihulls.
All ranking lists and the report of the day.
Sailing Switzerland – Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Tuesday, January 20, 2015   
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The Midwinters in Miami, open for five Olympic Classes, ended yesterday with two light-wind races. A remarkable number of international top sailors attended this event to prepare for the ISAF World Cup regatta beginning on the coming weekend.
No surprise in the 470 men where the Olympic and World Champions Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS added another overall win to their long palmares. Patience/Willis GBR and Matsunaga/Kanagawa JPN completed the podium. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI (premature start and rank 2 yesterday) finished the event on rank 7. Lara Vadlau/Jolanta Ogar POL were the clea winners in the 470 women ahead of Mills/Clarke GBR and Kondo/ Yoshioka JPN, Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI (3rd and 13th yesterday) follow on position 10. British domination in the 49ers with Pink/Bithell GBR in front of Fletcher/Sign GBR and Lehtinen/During SWE. In the 49erFX, Martine Grael/Kahena Kunze BRA were once more on position one with Maloney/Meech NZL and Bekkering/Duetz NED on the ranks 2 and 3. Mandy Mulder/Coen De Koning NED ahead of John Gimson/Pippa Wilson GBR and Gemma Jones/Jason Saunders NZL was the podium in the Nacra-17. Matias Bühler/Nathalie Brugger SUI remained on rank 10. Wonwoo Cho KOR and Bryony Shaw GBR were the winners in the RS:X windsurfers.
All ranking lists and the event website.
Tuesday, January 20, 2015   (Image © Tim Wilkes)
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The Key West Race Week in Florida began yesterday with two races sailed in a 8-14 kn breeze. In the largest fleet, the J/70 with 54 boats from 8 nations, Bennet Greenvald USA (tactics Eric Doyle USA) and his team are first ahead of Robert Hughes USA (Taylor Canfield ISV) and Carlo Alberini ITA (Branko Brcin SLO). Conor Clarke IRL is on the first place among the 13 Melges 24 in front of Steve Rhyn USA. For the first time, four flying GC32 catamarans are competing, and Jason Carroll USA, a newcomer on this multihull, but with Mischa Heemskerk NED as experience cat sailor aboard, has taken the overall lead. Flavio Marazzi SUI, the only Swiss at the KWRW this year, is on 2nd.
All ranking lists and the report of the day.
Sailing Switzerland – Monday, January 19, 2015
Monday, January 19, 2015   
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With 8 kn yesterday, the wind was less as on the opening day of the 2015 Midwinters, but nevertheless, all classes sailed at least 3 races.
Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS moved up on rank 1 with two race wins in the 470 men. Patience/Willis GBR 12 points behind lead a closely packed group of persuers, among them Gerz/Szymanski GER (rank 3) and Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI (rank 5). Lara Vadlau/Jolanta Ogar AUT defended their lead in the 470 women ahead of Hannah Mills/Sakia Clarke GBR and Ai Kondo/Miho Yoshioka JPN. Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI finished twice on 3rd yesterday, but one was voided because of a premature start. They remain 13th overall. New leaders in the 49ers are Marco Grael/Gabriel Portilho BRA, closely ahead of Pink/Bithell GBR snd Lehtinen/During FIN. Sébastien Schneiter/Lucien Cujean SUI stay on position 19. Two race wins also for Martine Grael/Kahena Kunze BRA in the 49erFX. Alexandra Mahoney/Molly Meech NZL moved up on rank 2. No change in the Nacra 17 with Renée Groenveld/Steven Krol NED as first ahead of Euan McNicol/Lucinda Whitty AUS and John Gimson/Pippa Wilson GBR. Matias Bühler/Nathalie Brugger SUI are now 10th after a race win yesterday. Byrony Shaw GBR and Wonwoo Cho KOR are the female and male leaders in the RS:X windsurfers.
All ranking lists and the event website.
Monday, January 19, 2015   (Image © Franck Terlin)
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The Sportboats sailed five races over the past weekend on the third round of the Winterseries.
Guido Miani MON finished first in the Melges 20 one point ahead of Polina Lyunbomirova RUS, and another point back Vladimir Proskhin RUS as 3rd among the 16 teams from 5 nations. Winner with the 23 J/70s was Steffen Hepberger GER and his team, one point ahead of Ian Wilson GBR 2. Corinne and Aldo Meyer SUI finished on the good 7th place in their first J/70 regatta.
The report with the links to the ranking lists.
Sailing Switzerland – Sunday, January 18, 2015
Sunday, January 18, 2015   
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Good sailing conditions prevailed on Bay Biscayne on the first day of the Olympic 470, 49er, RS:X and Nacra-17 Miidwinters, for the 470s at the same time the North American Championship. With the Miami Olympic Classes World Cup Regatta following back-to-back, the fleets are exceptionally competitive.
Leaders after 3 races in the 470 are Barreiros/Curbelo ESP 4 points ahead of Gerz/Szymanski GER and Belcher/Ryan AUS. Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI had a good first day and are on position 5. Lara Vadlau/Jolanta Ogar AUT won two of the 3 heats and lead clearly ahead of Mills/Clarke GBR and Weguelin/McIntyre GBR. Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI are 11th among the 19 teams. First in the 49ers after 4 races are Pink/Bithell GBR closely followed by Grael/Porthilo BRA and Fletcher/Sign GBR. Schneiter/Cujean SUI follow as 18th among the 32 teams. No surprises in the 49erFX, where Martine Grael/Kahena Kunze BRA are once more on top with Bekkering/Duetz NED and Dobson/Ainsworth GBR as first opponents. 4 races were also completed by the Nacra 17, whereMandy Moulder/Coen De Koning NED are first in front of Groenveld/Krol NED and Gimson/...GBR. The top favorites Billy Besson/Marie Riou FRA are only 4th for the moment. Matias Buhler/Nathalie Brugger SUI have a premature start on their ressults sheet and are only 12th. The RS:X men windsurfers' rankings are lead by Shahar Zubari ISR ahead of Wonwoo Cho KOR, while Bryony Shaw GBR is ahead in the RX:X women with 3 race wins. Wiley Rogers/Jack Parkin USA have taken the lead in the all-American 420 fleet.
All ranking lists and the event website.
Sailing Switzerland – Saturday, January 17, 2015
Saturday, January 17, 2015   
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Dr. med. Jürg Menzi, ophthalmologist/eye surgeon FMH in Berne, long-time passionate and successful 5.5 m IJ (and Soling) helmsman states:
"You cannot affect the wind, but you can adjust the sails ! " This saying is also true relating one's eyes. We cannot decide on our ability to see, but improve it with the optimal vision aids. Our eyesight and healthy eyes are the most important prerequisit to move safely in every day's life on land and also on the water, and to remain autonomous until old-age. Welcome on board and you see again !
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Saturday, January 17, 2015   (Image © Loris von Siebenthal)
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Today begin in Miami - also as a tune-up to the forthcoming ISAF Worldcup event- the 470 North-American Championship and the Olympic Skiffs 49er and 49er-FX Midwinters. With 36 teams from 10 nations, the 470 men fleet is quite representative. Favorites are - who else - Matthew Belcher/Malcom Page AUS. Switzerland is represented by Brauchli/Hausser SUI. Also in the 470 women, the World's best are on the entry list with Lara Vadlau/Jolanta Ogar AUT, Camille Lecointre/Hélène Defrance FRA and Jo Aleh/Olivia Powrie NZL. For Switzerland sailing are Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI who have been in Miami for some days for training purposes.
The top 49er teams have been very successful at the Moth World Championship in Australia during the past days, but with 31 teams from 17 nations, the 49er fleet is quite representative. Sébastien Schneiter/Lucien Cujean SUI participate for the first time. No SUI teams in the 49erFX and Nacra 17 on the entry lists.
All list of participants and the event website.
Sailing Switzerland – Friday, January 16, 2015
Friday, January 16, 2015   (Image © Thierry Martinez)
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Nobody doubted during the Final Series of the Moth Worlds, that Peter Burling NZL, the reigning 49er World Champion solidly on top, would become the outstanding Moth World Champion 2015. Finishing the competition with a race win, he terminated with a 10 points advantage ahead of the defending champion Nathan Outteridge AUS. auf 10 Punkte. Josh McKnight AUS earned the Bronze medal. Chris Rast SUI had an excellent last day and with the ranks 5 and 13, he climbed on the 7th place overall within the absolute Moth Class elite. Arnaud Psarofaghis SUI having sailed the Championship at equal level with Rast up to now, was forced to abandon the last race and dropped on the 20th place. David Holenweg, the third Swiss in the Goldfleet, finished 59th. Triple Swiss are the overall rankings in the Silverfleet with Adriano Petrino SUI, Philipp Schiller SUI and Fabio Müller SUI (overall 80th, 81st, 82nd). 149 Moths from 16 nations participated.
The final rankings, the reports and the videos.
Friday, January 16, 2015   
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