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Sailing Switzerland – Sunday, April 26, 2015
Sunday, April 26, 2015   (Image © Franck Socha)
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Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI defended their place in the top-10 yesterday and will be the only Swiss team sailing in today's Medal Races. The two Lake Thoune girls displayed their strength in light winds (even with a race win) and did not loose too much in fresher breezes. This is their first qualification for a Worldcup Medal Race in the 470 women, to be broadcast live on the Internet at 13.40 CET this afternoon.
Mateo Sanz-Lanz SUI delivered the best performance of his young career in the RS:X male windsurfers, missing the Medal Race as 11th by one mere point only.
Matias Bühler/Nathalie Brugger SUI did not perform as usual, but improved during the event and achieved the best results - ranks 5 and 6 - yesterday in the last regattas, finishing 15th overall in the Nacra 17.
Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI had a event to forget, and the black-flag disqualification in the last race crowned the week. The mostly light wind, the crew Romuald Hausser SUI getting sick, and equipment failures added up to a disappointing 31st place among the 40 wordl-best 470 teams.
All ranking lists and the final report.
Sunday, April 26, 2015   
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The 420 CIMA at Bandol FRA ended yesterday with three races sailed in an up to 15 kn East wind. Winners after 12 heats are Maxime Pedron/Eliott Michal FRA with a solid 15 points advantage on Herail/Lepoutre FRA. The best girls' team Marina Lefort/Lara Granier FRA is on rank 4.With a second race rank yesterday, Lea Rüegg/Diana Otth SUI finished the competitio on rank 14, i.e. position 5 among the girl's rankings. Maxime Bachelin/Philippe Pittet SUI follow just behind on rank 15. The Optimist World Champion Nicolas Rolaz SUI with Erwan Lamoureux SUI as crew arrived on rank 19 in their first international 420 regatta.
The ranking list and the report.
Sunday, April 26, 2015   
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40 teams from 10 nations have been sailing the Italian Starboat Championship off Trieste ITA. Two races were completed in difficult conditions and the leaders are Silvio Santoni/Sergio Lambertenghi ITA ahead of Lovrovic/Lovrovic CRO and Gureyev/Kushnir UKR. Scheinecker/Wallinger AUT and Tom Löfsted/Jesper Sundmann SWE sailing under the flag of the Swiss Ascona YC follow at equal points on rank 4. The best Swiss team are Urs Infanger/Oleg Chtchetine SUI on rank 16.
The ranking list and the report.
Sunday, April 26, 2015   
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A disturbed weather pattern with gradient winds interfered by local mostly southern wind puffs created a messy situation on Lake Thoune and only one flight could be completed, won by the team of the SN Geneva, consolidating the 3rd place in the interim's rankings. All other teams were awarded average points to allow to begin the Finl Series races today.
Overall leader is the RC Oberhofen with Alain Stettler RCO ahead of the Thunersee YC with Chris Rast TYC. Here the ranking list, the short report and a video clip of the local TV chain Tele Bärn.
Sunday, April 26, 2015   
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The 5.5 m Alpine Cup on Lake Garda was concluded yesterday with two races, and the two teams with Bahama helmsmen had a close duel for the final overall victory. Mark Holowesko BAH/Christoph Burger SUI/Peter Vlasov BAH had the upper hand at the end of the day one point ahead of Gavin McKinney/ Johannes Hauff/Lars Hurn BAH. The best Swiss among the 11 teams was Rolf Kellenberger SUI aon thge 5th place.
The final rankings and the www.burgersailing.ch%2Fblogs&ContentTypeId=0x011000ACAF63147CEAA845A8E4976C7D4A8174]report[/URL] by Christoph Burger SUI/TYC, crew on the winning boat..
Sailing Switzerland – Saturday, April 25, 2015
Saturday, April 25, 2015   
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The light winds gave again adavantage to the specialists in the Swiss team, above all Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI, moving up on rank 7 overall wit the day ranks 1 and 9 as second-best team in the 470 women. Light winds will reign again today and the chances to defend the Medal Race place are good with an advantage of 11 points on rank 11.
Also on a Medal Race course is Mateo Sanz-Lanz SUI in the RS:X male windsurfers. With the ranks 3/5/10, he was among the best yesterday, moving up on rank 10 overall. His advance on Przemyslav Miarczynski POL is 5 points, and in the light breeze today, he has good chances to remain within the top-10 qualifying for the Medal Race on Sunday.
No improvement by Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI in the 470 men. Admittedly, they finished the first race on rank 18, corresponding to their light wind performance, but second heat was again frustrating with rank 31.
The Nacra 17 completed only one race, but the 20th place, Matias Bühler/Nathalie Brugger SUI did not help in the overall rankings. As 15th with a 22 points deficit to rank 10, their objective to reach the top-10 is very ambitious.
All ranking lists and the daily report. Racing can again be followed as from 10 a.m. UTC live on the Internet.
Saturday, April 25, 2015   
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The 420 CIMA continued yesterday in light winds at Bandol FRA with three races sailed in a Gold- and Silverfleet.
Maxime Pedron/Eliott Michal FRA remain first, but the best of the day Marina Lefort/Lara Grenier FRA reduced their backlog on 6 points. Arnaud Herail/Paco Lepoutre FRA are new on rank 3. The Swiss teams lost some ranks and the best Lea Rüegg/Diana Otth SUI are now 15th and 6th-best girls' team. Nicolas Rolaz/Erwan Lamoureux SUI follow just behind on the 16th place. 6 Swiss teams qualified for the Goldfleet of the best 45.
The ranking list, the video of the day and the event website.
Saturday, April 25, 2015   
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The new Swiss Sailing League club team competition started to the first season with 12 races on Lake Thoune yesterday. Sun and a well-established thermal breeze did set a perfect stage for the 18 club teams from all over Switzerland. Winning three race, the RC Oberhofen team has taken the overall interim's lead ahead of the Thunersee YC and the SN Geneva on 2nd and 3rd.
The ranking list and the event facebook page.
Sailing Switzerland – Friday, April 24, 2015
Friday, April 24, 2015   (Image © Franck Socha)
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The up to 20 kn breeze was not really the preferred turf for the Swiss yesterday. Only Matias Bühler/Nathalie Brugger SUI were more or less in contact with the best in the Nacra 17, and the ranks 5/9/10 helped to move up on rank 15 overall. To reach the Medal Race is hard but not impossible. The disappointing day ranks 39 and 27 killed all hopes for a top result for Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI now on rank 30, and also the 470 women team Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI descended overall on 19th with the day ranks 34 and 21. Remains Mateo Sanz-Lanz SUI down on 19th with the RS:X male windsurfers, who lost his good overall position from the first day.
All ranking lists and the daily report.
Friday, April 24, 2015   
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Since Wednesday, 89 teams from 4 nations have been sailing the CIMA, the most important spring regatta of the French 420 class. This year, the competition has been organised by the Bandol Sailing Club, and up to now, three races a day were sailed in moderate conditions.
The teams from Antibes FRA dominate the regatta occupying the ranks 1 to 4 for the moment. Jim Vincent/Victor Mas FRA are first 3 points ahead of Maxime Pedron/Eliott Michal FRA 2nd and - as best girl's team - Marina Lefort/Lara Grenier FRA 3rd. The third-best girl's and best Swiss team are Lea Rüegg/Diana Otth SUI as 7th. The Optimist World Champion Nicolas Rolaz SUI with Erwan Lamoureux SUI had a perfect start, winning the opening race. Rank 17 is the interim's position before today's races.
The results and the event website.
Sailing Switzerland – Thursday, April 23, 2015
Thursday, April 23, 2015   
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The light-wind specialists in the Swiss team took advantage of the conditions and achieved remarkable results such as in the RS:X male windsurfers Mateo Sanz-Lanz SUI on rank 8 after 2 heats in the fleet of the 40 world-best windsurfers. Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI, are despite of a missed start on rank 9 in the 470 women. The 17th place after two races in the 470 men is a good sign, that Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI have improved their light-wind skills. Not according to plan was the first day for Matias Bühler/Nathalie Brugger SUI as 35th in the first race of the Nacra 17, but with rank 11 in the second race, they came back rapidly and are now 24th overall.
All ranking lists and the report of the day.
Sailing Switzerland – Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Wednesday, April 22, 2015   
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The start to the first races at Hyères today, the 3rd round of the 2015 ISAF Worldcup, will be given at 10 hrs UTC. The wind forecast predicts sun and a moderate breeze around 10 kn. The races can be followed live on the internet by means of GPS-tracking. Here the full entry lists, limited to 40 bosts per class. Swiss Sailing is represented by Matias Bühler/Nathalie Brugger SUI, Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI, Linda Fahrni Maja Siegenthaler SUI and Mateo Sanz-Lanz SUI, i.e. the teams with the most potential for the 2016 Olympics.
The preview.
Wednesday, April 22, 2015   
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Here the latest update on Swiss regattas of the past weekend, the results of the Finns at the 'Jollen-Regatta' at Mammern/Lower Lake Constance. Disappointing the attendance at this season opening event, as only 5 Finn sailors enjoyed the perfect sailing conditions with an up to 5 bft wind and sun. Hans Fatzer YCA was the winner ahead of Thomas Gautschi YCB and Urs Huber SCSG. The ranking list and the report.
Sailing Switzerland – Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Tuesday, April 21, 2015   
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Switzerland will be represented at the Hyères Olympic Classes Worldcup Regatta in four classes. With the new format for this pinnacle event of ISAF, only the best 40 teams per class are qualified to participate.
Matias Bühler/Nathalie Brugger SUI as World number 13 in the Nacra 17, Yannick Brauchli/Romuald Hausser SUI - the number 11 in the 470 men, Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler SUI as number 19 in the 470 women and Mateo Sanz-Lanz SUI as number 18 in the RS:X male windsurfers were selected directly based on their positions in the ISAF World rankings. 10 of the 40 starters per classs earned their qualification at the Palma Princesa Sofia Trophy two weeks ago.
With the World's best teams by boat participating, and considering the varying wind conditions announced, this Worldcup Regatta will be an important benchmark for the Swiss teams.
The official preview and the entry lists.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015   
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The well-established north-easterly wind prevailed also for the Longtzes and Esse 850s for the Sportboat Cup off Kreuzlingen/Lake Constance SUI over the past weekend. Four races were completed on Saturday and two races were added on Sunday in a slightly lighter breeze.
The Longtzes, sailing the first Act of their 2015 Alpine Cup, dominated the competition. Eckehard Kaller GER was the overall ORC classificstion winner ahead of Jarmo Wieland SUI - both on Longtzes. Clemens Wedemann GER on his Esse 850 finished 3rd.
The ORC final rankings. Third in the individual Longtze rankings behind Kaller GER and Wieland SUI was Michael Begher GER. The pictures and the event website.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015   (Image © Diederich)
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Perfect conditions prevailed over the past weekend at the first J70 Lake Constance Battle. 20 boats from all over Germany followed the invitation from the Lindau Sailing Club. A 3 - 4 bft north-easterly wind on Saturday decreasing to 2 -3 bft on Sunday allowed to complete 14 races in total. Malte Kamrath GER and his team were the overall winners ahead of Julian Stückl GER 2nd and the first Lake Constance team of Veit Hemmeter GER 3rd.
The report and the ranking list.
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 !
Tuesday, April 21, 2015   
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Sun and a light thermal breeze prevailed on Lago Maggiore at the YC Ascona's Opening Regatta. Three races were sailed in each category. Winner in the 'Crocera' was the Surprise of Sig Conod, the best Dinghy was the D-One of Sig Peruggi and Florin was the best youth sailor.
The results and the pictures.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015   
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The perfect north-easterly breeze on Lake Geneva during the past Saturday April 18 allowed the 24 boats racing to complete the Opening Regatta off Vidy in less than an hour. 'SAS' of Philippe Gaillard was the winner in Class A ahead of Alec Tavel on 'Just 4 Fun' and Thierry Kunz on 'Jeudi 12'. In Class B victory went to Philippe Rey ahead of Alain Kälin and Sarah Henry.
The results.
Sailing Switzerland – Monday, April 20, 2015
Monday, April 20, 2015   (Image © John Payne)
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The Western Hemisphere Championship 2015 ended yesterday with a last race sailed in a 10-12 kn breeze. Brian Ledbetter/Joshua Refkin USA have been the premature winners of the Championship before the last heat, but nevertheless, they did not stop confirming their top performance and finished on rank 2 in the final regatta. Lars Grael/Samuel Goncalves BRA won yesterday and moved up on rank 2 overall. Paul Cayard/Brian Terhaar USA advanced on the 3rd place. The best Europeans Hubert Merkelbach/Markus Koy GER finished on the 15th position. Jean-Pascal Chatagny/Patrick Ducommun SUI were 25th among the 38 teams from 8 nations.
The reports including results and Paul Cayard's report.
Monday, April 20, 2015   (Image © Stan Thuret)
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The GP Atlantique of the Diam-24-trimarans, the first important test for the partly prominent teams enrolled for the Tour de France 2015, was concluded yesterday with three short races. Yann Guichard FRA with his 'Spindrift White' stayed clearly on top of the rankings. Xavier Revil FRA on 'Spindrift black' however, the second multihull of the Dona Bertarelli race stable, lost the second place in the last meters of the final race to 'Groupama'-team of Pierre Pennec FRA. The famous offshore specialists Kito De Pavant FRA, Vincent Riou FRA, Lionel Lemonchois FRA, Vincent Riou FRA and Bernard Stamm SUI were not at ease and sailed all ih the Silverfleet yesterday. Tne Swiss had to content himself with rank 24 overall.
The reports and the results.
Monday, April 20, 2015   (Image © Bruno Bouvry)
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Preparing the Mini-Transat, a number of top Mini 6.50 helmsmen started over the weekend at the 500 miles solo race 'Pornichet Select'. This morning at press deadline, the boats are in the process of finishing the race. The first Proto to cross the line was Davy Beaudart FRA with his 'Cultisol' (with a round bow). The Series-Minis are still underway, including the two Swiss Patrick Girod SUI and Simon Brunisholz SUI.
The event facebook page and the event website.
Monday, April 20, 2015   
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The perfect north-easterly wind on Saturday, allowing to complete 4 races, slackened during Sunday, and only one additional race could be validated in both fleets. Leonardo Finazzi SNG added another race win in his group and finished as superior winner of the Lake Constance Act of the 2015 Optimist Points Championship Series. Joshua Richner SCM and Felix Baudet CNM completed the podium. Martina Müller YCH on the 5th place finished as best girl. 107 sailors from Switzerland, Germany and Austria participated.
The final rankings.
Monday, April 20, 2015   
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A moderate South wind around 10 kn prevailed on Lake Lugane yesterday allowing to complete two more races. Although Philipp Erni/Stephan Zurfluh SCC were beaten for the first time, they remained on top thanks to their winning stretch of Saturday. Matteo and Andrea Minetti YCAs, finishing 2nd and 3rd, advanced on rank 2 overall. The matchracer Eric Monnin SCStä with Mara Bezel SVT follows as 3rd. No change in the 420s as Lea Rüegg/Diana Otth YCA added two more race wins and clearly won overall ahead of the newcomers Nicolas Rolaz/Erwan Lamoureux CNM and Yves Mermod/Cyrill Schüpbach TYC. Dominating in the Dolphins, Tom Studer CNV and his team were defeated only in the last race but this 2nd place was the discard results ! Rico Gregorini RCO and Pier Omboni ITA completed the podium.
All results.
Monday, April 20, 2015   
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A perfect north-easterly wind of up to 5 bft prevailed on Saturday at the Starboat Lake Constance Championship off Bottighofen SUI. On Sunday, the breeze decreased, but five good races were completed until the end of the competition. Jürg Ryffel/Alex Gouda YCR with two race wins were the clear winners ahead of Hans Stöckli/Urs Spahr SCMd and Christoph Gautschi/Jürg König YCB. The ranking list (PDF).
Monday, April 20, 2015   
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The fresh north-easterly breeze of up to 5 bft on Saturday and a lighter wind on Sunday allowed the three dinghy classes to complete 6 races over the past weekend on the Lower Lake Constance.
In the Contenders (PDF) (17 participants), Gernot Goetz GER was first ahead of Tobias Hanke GER. Claude Mermod/Ruedi Moser RCO continued dominating the Fireball class (here the report with results). Venhoda/Zaugg and Härdi/Landerer followed on the ranks 2 and 3. Unfortunately, the organisers did not yet post the ranking lists on the Club website. No reports are available from the Finns.
Sailing Switzerland – Sunday, April 19, 2015
Sunday, April 19, 2015   (Image © Stan Thuret)
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The new Diam-24 multihulls to be sailed from now on at the Tour de France continued the GP yesterday with a 40 miles' coastal race and two short races in the afternoon. 'Groupama' with Pierre Pennec FRA won the long-distance race, with on effect on the overall rankings where Yann Guichard FRA on 'Spindrift White' is first ahead of 'Spindrift Black' of Xavier Revil FRA. Frédéric Guilmin FRA on his 'Combiwest' advanced new on rank 3. Bernard Stamm SUI remained last after a premature start.
The results and the report of the day.
Sunday, April 19, 2015   
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Four races were completed on Lake Constance in a perfect north-easterly wind yesterday. The 107 participants from 3 nations sail in two groups, and winning all three heats of his group, Leonardo Finazzi SNG has taken the overall lead ahead of Martina Müller YCH and Joshua Richner SCM.
The results.
Sunday, April 19, 2015   
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Racing started with some delays but nevertheless, three races were sailed by the three classes sailing their first acts of the 2015 Annual Points' Championships.
Philipp Erni/Stephan Zurfluh SCC won all three heats and clearly lead in the 470s ahead of Sandra Giovanoli/R.Giovanoli SCStä and Nora Trüb/Giulia Corbelli SVT. Also three bullets realized Tom Studer CVN and his team in the Dolphins, followed by Rico Gregorini RCO and Pier Omboni ITA. folgen auf den Rängen 2 und 3. In the 420s, the situation is close with Lea Rüegg/Diana Otth YCA just leading ahead of the Optimist World Champion Nicolas Rolaz/Erwan Lamoureux CNM.
All results.
Sunday, April 19, 2015   
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The Swiss sailing season 2015 was kicked off on most Swiss lakes yesterday where excellent sailing conditions, generally with an up to 30 kn north-easterly breeze, prevailed. Unfortunately, the reporting was far from perfect, but we shall post any infomtion as soon as available.
The Starboats sail off Bottighofen/Lake Constance, Finns, Fireballs and Contenders race on the Lower Lake Constance off Mammern, and on Lake Geneva and the Lago Maggiore, big-boat races are on the program. We follow up.
Sailing Switzerland – Saturday, April 18, 2015
Saturday, April 18, 2015   (Image © John Payne)
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Two races were held yesterday, second day of the Championship, on Biscayne Bay in a shifty south wind around 10 kn, with Brian Ledbetter/Joshua Revkin USA and Paul Cayard/Brian Terhaar USA as winners. New on top of the interim's rankings are Lars Grael/Samuel Goncalves BRA in front of Ledbetter/Rifkin USA and Whipple/Sperry USA. Merkelbach/Koy GER moved up on rank 11, Jean-Pascal Chatagny/Patrick Ducommun SUI advanced on the 26th place.
The results and the report of Paul Cayard USA.
Saturday, April 18, 2015   (Image © Jean-Marie Liot)
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The new Diam 24 trimarans met for the first time at Pornichet to a Regatta with a format similar to the Tour de France with short round-the-buoys heats and coastal races.
After the first day, the Olympic classes multihull specialists are on top with Yann Guichard FRA on 'Spindrift White' and Xavier Revil FRA on 'Spindrift Black' both from Dona Bertarelli's syndicat. Pierre Pennec FRA with 'Groupama' follows on rank 3. The Vendée-Globe-winner François Gabart FRA is 8th, while Bernard Stamm SUI used to longer distance races remained on the 23rd place.
The report and the event facebook page with pictures. Unfortunately, the ranking list has not yet been posted.
Saturday, April 18, 2015   
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For the first time this year, sail racing begins on the majority of Swiss lakes over the coming weekend. The Starboats (at Bottighofen) and Optimists (at Arbon) meet on Lake Constance. The 420s and 470s initiate their annual points' championship tours on Lake Lugano, and off VidyLausanne, home of the IOC, the first event of the Lake Geneva rated classes Championship will take place .... to name but a few. As always, first results and news will be posted if available tomorrow Sunday morning ... as usual .... in the Sailing Switzerland section of our website.
Sailing Switzerland – Friday, April 17, 2015
Friday, April 17, 2015   (Image © John Payne)
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The Eastern Hemisphere Championship in Miami began yesterday with two races sailed in a light 8 kn breeze, and John McCausland USA/Bruno Prada BRA took the lead with the day ranks 1 and 5, ahead of Lars Grael/Samuel Goncalves BRA and Tomas Hornos/Kipp Gardner USA. The best Europeans Merkelbach/Koy GER follow on rank 13. The best Swiss Jean-Pascal Chatagny/Patrick Ducommun SUI are 25th among the 39 teams.
The ranking list and the report of Paul Cayard USA, winner of the 2nd race.
Friday, April 17, 2015   (Image © DR/WMRT)
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No major matchrace events took place during the past months and the ISAF Matchrace World Ranking lists remain unchanged on top. Ian Williams GBR is on top of the Open rankings and Camilla Ulrikkeholm DEN leads in the Women's rankings. Eric Monnin SUI remains on rank 4, qualifying his team for the World Matchrace Tour 2015, the entry ticket for all major Tour events.
The report.
Sailing Switzerland – Thursday, April 16, 2015
Thursday, April 16, 2015   
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The Star Class Western Hemisphere Championship, classified like a continental championship when it comes to earn points for the Star Sailors' League rankings, begins today on Biscayne Bay off Miami FL. Favorites are the Olympic medalists Lars Grael BRA (Tornado 88 + 96), Mark Reynolds USA (Star 1992 snd 2000) snd Brian Ledbetter (Finn 92). Among the 39 participants from 8 nations are Jean-Pascal Chatagny/Patrick Ducommun SUI and Lorenz Zimmermann/Nils Holweg SUI.
The event website.
Sailing Switzerland – Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Tuesday, April 14, 2015   (Image © DR / SAFRAM)
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During the 2015 season, the 35-foot catamaran 'Zenith...fresh', now under the new name 'Safram', will participate in all important land-locked-lake long-distance races in Europe. The team of Rodolphe Gautier SUI with Christophe Peclard SUI as helmsman will compete in all traditional Lake Geneva regattas, the Lake Balaton events and in September the Centomigla on Lake Garda.
The news.
Tuesday, April 14, 2015   
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Three races were sailed over the weekend at the Capman Cup on Lake Thoune.
In the Finns, the winner was Friedrich TYC with two bullets ahead of Franz Bürgi RCO ad Peter Kilchenmann TYC. First in the 20 boats' 420 fleet were Marc and Lorenz Ninck TYC ahead of Yves Mermod/Cyrill Schüpbach RCO and Lea Rüegg/Diana Ott YCA. The Optimist World Champion Nicolas Rolaz CNM with Erwan Lamoureux CNM finished 6th.
The RCO website with all ranking lists.
Tuesday, April 14, 2015   
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The CV Vidy Winter Series ended last Saturday with the St-Amour, the fifth event of this competition. Winner in real and also in calculated time was François Bopp CVV with his 'Outsider'. Overall winner of the Winter Series is Alfred Zbinden CNM with his 'Syneco' in Class A, and René Mermoud CVL with his 'Wawentin' in Class B.
The CVVy website.
 
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