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Olympic Games 2012 - Weymouth GBR – Monday, July 28, 2014
Monday, July 28, 2014   
Summery temperatures and light winds prevailee on to opening day of the Laser 4.7 European Youth Championship 2014 in Norvay. Only around 18 hrs CET - the long Nordic summer day enable it - a first race was started and finished successfully.
The Girls were sailing in two groups and the winners were Tamar Ben David ISR and Odile Van Aanholt NED, followed on rank 2 by Asya Luvisetto SUI and Zuzanna Walecka POL, both second in their groups.
The large Boys fleet has been split in three groups. Nitai Dinte ISR, Damian Kosmalski POL and Alejandro Bethancourt ESP were the race winners taking the overall lead jointly.
The event website with all ranking lists.
Monday, July 28, 2014   
The 420 World Championship 2014 begins in Travemünde GER today by noon with the first races most probably sailed in light winds. Boys (111 teams) and Girls (82 Teams) sail 6 Qualification Series races each in two group, to be split in Gold and Silver fleets for the Final Series. Here the entry lists.
Yesterday, the Practice Race and th Opening Ceremony was on the program.
The report.
Monday, July 28, 2014   
No wind on the last day of the Tornado Europeans in Travemünde and the Saturday results became final. European Champions are Iordanis Paschalidis/Konstantinos Trigonis GRE, who dominated during the fresh wind races at the beginning of the event. Roland + Nahid Gäbler GER earned Silver, Martin Rusterholz/Marc Bauer SUI Bronze. 25 teams from 9 nations participated. The ranking list and the final report.
Monday, July 28, 2014   (Image © Christophe Breschi)
As expected, Giancarlo Pedote ITA on his Proto Mini crossed the finish line of the leg 1 from the Sables FRA to Horta POR on the Acores as first, 8 hours ahead of Michele Zambelli ITA. Nicolas Boidevezi FRA finished 3rd during the past night. The rest of the fleet is still underway.
A tight finish can be expected in the Series Minis, where - 30 miles before the arrival - Damien Audrain FRA leads 1,8 miles ahead of Jonas Gerkens NED.
The race viewer, the reports and the event website.
Monday, July 28, 2014   (Image © Erik Lahteenmaki)
After some delay waiting for sufficient wind, the Finals of the inaugural ISAF Youth Match Racing World Championship (U23) were sailed in Helsinki in a light wind. The favorite Joachim Aschenbrenner DEN (ISAF nbr 9 ranking) clearly defeated Sam Gilmour AUS with a 3-0 score. Winner in the Petite Final was Nevin Snow USA with a 2-0 victory over Pierre Quiroga FRA. The report.
Monday, July 28, 2014   (Image © Erik Lahteenmaki)
After some delay waiting for sufficient wind, the Finals of the inaugural ISAF Youth Match Racing World Championship (U23) were sailed in Helsinki in a light wind. The favorite Joachim Aschenbrenner DEN (ISAF nbr 9 ranking) clearly defeated Sam Gilmour AUS with a 3-0 score. Winner in the Petite Final was Nevin Snow USA with a 2-0 victory over Pierre Quiroga FRA. The report.
Monday, July 28, 2014   
Some Swiss Optimist families travelled as far as Greece using the summer vacations to improve the racing skills in view of the second part of the Swiss regatta season. And they did quite well in the 101 boats' fleet from 8 nations. Florian Geissbühler SUI finished excellent 3rd after 9 races behind the superior winner Yasim Rasar TUR and Jason Kefallonitis GRE. Nicolas Rolaz SUI followed closely on rank 4. The ranking list.
Monday, July 28, 2014   
The Trofeo Lillia sailed over the past weekend in five races at Gravedona/Lake Como, at the same time the Italian Championship 2014, was won by Diego Negri/Sergio Lambertenghi ITA ahead of Philipp Rotermund/Nils Holweg GER. 18 teams sailing. The results (PDF).
Winner in the Finns after 3 races was Peter Kilchenmann SUI ahead of Andrea Poli ITA and Franco Dazzi ITA. The results (PDF).
Monday, July 28, 2014   (Image © PWA-John Carter)
Perfect 18-25 kn wind conditions prevailed yesterday on Fuerteventura/Canaries ESP for the PWA Slalom- and Wave-Worldcup races. After four Slalom heats, the leader is Pascal Toselli FRA ahead of Antoine Albeau FRA. All other details on the PWA website.
Monday, July 28, 2014   
After a windless Saturday with one failed starting attempt, the teams were called early on Sunday morning in order to benefit from the usual thermal breeze from the Alps. But after two General Recalls, the breeze disappeared and the 28 teams were kept waiting ashore until the afternoon, when at least one race could be completed. Stefan Seger (ISAF Youth Sailing World Champion 1984)/Benjamin Wagner SUI/RCO were the winners ahead of Etter/Zurfluh SUI/SCSG and Ott/Ammann SUI/SCKr.
Only a few Master teams participated in the Tune-Up-Race on Friday, counting for the 470 Swiss Cup. Here the results.
Monday, July 28, 2014   
The wind was very light on the last day of the 2014 Travemünde Week, and only the Nacra 17 succeeded to finish a race at their German Championship with Finn Heeg/Merle Baars GER as winners. All other results can be found at the Live-Center. Check also the final report for some more details.
 
Olympic Games 2012 - Weymouth GBR – Sunday, July 27, 2014
Sunday, July 27, 2014   
The Laser 4.7 European Youth Championship 2014 at the Norvegian Moss began yesterday with the Practice Race, and today, the first races are on the program. More than 200 200 participants are on the starting line. The event website.
Sunday, July 27, 2014   
Now it is the Laser Radial Youths sailors' turn to sail their Championship after the Men's Radial Worlds last week at Dziwnow POL. 167 'Boys' from 34 nations and 4 contintents, as well as 82 'Girls' from 27 nations are finally on the list of participants.
The event website.
Sunday, July 27, 2014   
The wind decreased after two fresh wind days on the Bay of Lübeck for the first time yesterday, but nevertheless, three light-wind races were completed.
With the day ranks 1/1/2, Roland + Nahid Gäbler GER reduced the gap on the leading Paschalidis/Trigonis GRE to 5 points. Martin Rusterholz/Marc Bauer SUI follow with a 10 points' advance on rank 3, a difference to keep under control in today's last two races.
The ranking list and the daily report.
Sunday, July 27, 2014   (Image © Jean-Marie Liot)
With the win of the last transfer race from Hyères to Nice, the Tour-de-France 2014 final victory of 'Courrier Dunkerque' was firm already before the last two short race off Nice. 'Oman Sail' with Sydney Gavignet FRA finished 3rd behind 'Groupama' with Franck Cammas/Fabien Henry FRA. 'Ville de Genève' with Nicolas Groux/Loïc Forestier SUI remained on the 6th place. The Belgium/Swiss 'Brussels-Bienne Voile' team was without any chances on the 9th and last place.
The final rankings, the report and the videos.
Sunday, July 27, 2014   
The light winds on the last day caused a change on top of the rankings as the clear leader during the week Jamin Maarten NED and his team had a bad day (10/11) and were replaced on rank 1 by the defending champion Jan Haven NED. Gietma Lieuwe NED completed the triple Dutch victory. The final rankings and the daily report.
Sunday, July 27, 2014   
After a week underway, the first boats are now approaching the port of call Horta on the Acores. Giancarlo Pedote ITA, leader of the Protos, had 110 miles to sail this morning, and he will arrive during this evening. His fiercest opponent Davy Beaudart FRA on 'Cultisol', also a round-bow design, suffered an average yesterday and ask Race Management for support. Whether he dismasted is not yet known, as the the solo Mini650s are not allowed to use a radio connection.
The leading trio in the Series Minis is still sailing closely together at a distance of 5 miles, with new Damien Audrain FRA on rank 1.
The race viewer and the Event-Website.
Sunday, July 27, 2014   
Joachim Aschenbrenner DEN, Sam Gilmour AUS, Pierre Quiroga FRA and Nevin Snow USA qualified for the Semi Finals in yesterday's Quarter Finals. The first two rounds have aready been sailed with the favorite Joachim Aschenbrenner DEN ahead of Pierre Quiroga FRA 2-0, and Sam Gilmour AUS also 2-0 in front against Nevin Snow USA. Today will be the cruical day. The report.
Sunday, July 27, 2014   
The wind was too light and unconstant yesterday at th Techno 291 Worlds to sail the planned races. The final decisions will therefore be made at today's races in all categories. The event website.
Sunday, July 27, 2014   
Tomorrow Monday, the first races of the 470 Master Cup, the unofficial World Championship for 470 (age 40 plus) veterans will be started at Oberhofen/Lake Thoune, and today, a tune-up race will be organised. The bad weather disturbed the thermal breeze considerably during the past days, and the wind situation will remain difficult in the coming days. 54 teams from 10 nations are on the entry list. The event website.
Sunday, July 27, 2014   
After 7 days with perfect sailing conditions - sun and a fresh breeze - the wind slackened for the first time yesterday. A number of classes terminated their regattas before the official final day of the event today.
The O'pen BIC crowned their World Champions in the categories U13, U16 and U19, Wolfgang Hunger/Julien Kleinert GER finished once more as German 5o5 champions, Truswell/Pascoe GBR finished as European Champions in the 14-Footers.
All results can be found on the Live-Center page. Read also the daily report for more details.
Sunday, July 27, 2014   
No wind on the last day of the OK European Championship on the Steinhuder Meer either, and the interim's leader Jorgen Svendsen DEN was declared OK Champion, his first title. Andre Budzien GER and Bo Petersen DEN complete the podium. The results and the event-facebook-Seite.
 
Olympic Games 2012 - Weymouth GBR – Saturday, July 26, 2014
Saturday, July 26, 2014   (Image © Tom Gruitt)
Contrary to the wind forecast for the last day of the Moth Worlds at Hayling Island GBR, the breeze was perfect with 12-16 kn, the best day of the week, allowing to complete 4 races.
Finishing 4/4/2/1, Nathan Outteridge AUS defended the first place and added the second Moth World Champion's title to his impressive collection of international triumphs. Chris Rashley GBR is 2nd 10 points behind, Josh McKnight AUS is 3rd. On the first 14 positions are Australian and English helmsmen only, among them the 49er crack Dylan Fletcher GBR (rank 8), the 2008 Laser Olympic Champion Paul Goodison (rank 12) or the America's Cup Luna-Rossa helmsman Chris Draper GBR. Arnaud Psarofaghis SUI on rank 15 and Chris Rast SUI as 16th are the best from another nation. 133 participants from 18 nations were present.
The report with results and the video of the day.
Saturday, July 26, 2014   
The Laser Radial Men's World Championship 2014 in Poland ended yesterday with two races sailed in a 12 kn breeze. The leading Jonasz Stelmaszyk POL controlled his last opponent Marcin Rudawski POL during the races and secured the European's Champion title with a 6 points' advance. The Bronze medal went to William de Smet BEL closely followed by Tristan Brown AUS.
The finalr rankings and the report.
Next Monday, the Laser Radial Youth Championship 2014 will begin at the same venue. 167 Radial-Boys from 31 nations and 87 Radial Girls from 27 nations are on the entry lists.
Saturday, July 26, 2014   
The Tornado Worlds in Travemünde continued yesterday with two races, both won by Paschalidis/Trigonis GRE and extending their lead on the second-ranked Roland + Nahid Gäbler GER who lost some points yesterday. Martin Rusterholz/Marc Baier SUI reduced the gap on the second place to 1 point.
The ranking list and the report.
Saturday, July 26, 2014   (Image © Erik Lahteenmaki)
The Round Robin ended yesterday and the eight Quarter Finalists of the ISAF Youth (U23) Matchracing Worlds are known. Joachim Aschenbrenner DEN is on top with a 12-2 w/l score ahead of Sam Gilmour AUS (11-3). Qualified with 10 wins each are also Nevin Snow USA, Pierre Quiroga FRA, Mark Lees GBR and Chris Steele NZL.
The results and the report.
Saturday, July 26, 2014   (Image © segelbilder.de)
The Dutch festival continued on the fourth day of the Yngling World Championship in Travemünde GER and all medals will go to Netherlands teams. Jamin Maarten NED remains on top 3 points ahead of Jan Haven NED, and another 3 points ahead of Lieuwe Gietma NED before the last races today.
The results and the daily report.
Saturday, July 26, 2014   (Image © Jean-Marie Liot)
'Courrier Dunkerque' with Daniel Souben FRA won the last transfer race from Hyères to Nice and the Tour-de-France win is practically sure. Admittedly, three short races off Nice are still on the program, but only a pitch-dark day for 'Courrier Dunkerque' could elevate 'Groupama' with Frank Cammas FRA on rank 1. The fight for rank 3 remains close as 'Bretagne - Crédit Mutuel' with Nicolas Troussel FRA is only 3 points ahead of 'Oman Sail' with Sydney Gavignet FRA.
The report, the ranking list and the videos.
Saturday, July 26, 2014   (Image © Christophe Breschi)
The dices rolled on favour of the Northern group on the 6th day of the Sables - Acores race, as a fresh breeze filled in while the solo skipper on the Southern route stalled in the calm. Leader in the Protos is Giancarlo Pedote ITA with a 58 miles advantage on Davy Beaudart FRA 320 miles before the arrival. The win of the Italian is practically guaranteed.
The leading Series Minis group is sailing closely together. Jonas Geerkens NED is first 1,6 miles ahead ofDamien Audrain FRA, and another 1,4 miles behind follows François Jambou FRA.
The race viewer and the daily report.
Saturday, July 26, 2014   
All age categories sailed three races on the windiest day of the Techno Worlds so far with 15 kn. The leading groups are very close in most of the fleets before the last races today, and the decisions for the medals will fall today. The exception is Grigia Speciale ITA winner of 7 of the 9 races in the U15-Girls and leading with 20 points on Shira Benbenisti ISR. Tom Arnoux FRA is first in the U15-Boys, Lucie Pianazza FRA is on top of the U17-Girls while Carlo Ciabatti ITA leads in the U17-Boys.
The event website.
Saturday, July 26, 2014   
Rain and calm prevailed on the fourth day of the OK Europeans on the Steinhuder Meer, and the only race started had to be abandoned after a half upwind. Leader before the last races today is Jörgen Svendsen SWE 3 points ahead of André Budzien GER. Bo Petersen DEN on the 3rd place has also still chances for the title.
The ranking list and the event facebook page.
Saturday, July 26, 2014   
The unusual weather situation on the English South Coast continued on the last day of the 6 mIJ Europeans with much sun but no wind, and no more racing was possible. With only 3 completed races, the European Championship 2014 could not be validated and no champion crowned.
The report and the ranking lists.
Saturday, July 26, 2014   (Image © segelbilder.de)
The fresh breeze on the Bay of Travemünde sustains and racing proceeded smoothly according to program for the many OneDesign classes yesterday.
The Laser Radial Youth Championship ended with the victory of Nik Willim GER. The Open BIC Worlds as well the regattas for 13 other classes continued. The results are available at the Live-Center. Read also the daily report.
 
Olympic Games 2012 - Weymouth GBR – Friday, July 25, 2014
Friday, July 25, 2014   (Image © Tom Gruitt)
Moderate conditions - 8-13 kn breeze - prevailed on the second-last day of the Moth Europeans at Hayling Island, just enough for most pilots to foil. Four races were sailed and Nathan Outteridge AUS moved up on top with the day ranks 2/1/2/2 two points ahead of Chris Rashley GBR. Eight points behind Outteridge AUS, his Australian team mate Josh McKnight AUS has still chances for the title. The next chaser Scott Babbage AUS on rank 4 is already 27 points behind. The ranks 1 to 12 go to GBR and AUS sailors, and Chris Rast SUI 13th and one point behind Arnaud Psarofaghis SUI are the first from other nations.
The report, the results and the video of the day.
Friday, July 25, 2014   
Jonasz Stelmaszyk POL stayed on top of the rankings after 8 heats inspite of a disqualification yesterday, but Marcin Rudawski POL on rank 2 is only one point behind. These two will duel for the title in the last races today, as the 3rd-ranked Tadeusz Kubiak POL is already 16 points back.
The ranking list and the event website.
Friday, July 25, 2014   
The perfect conditions at Travemünde with sun and a fresh East wind stayed on yesterday for the first three races of the Tornado European Championship. The performance level of the leading teams seems clear with Paschalidis/Trigonis GRE leading with the race ranks 1/1/1 ahead of Roland + Nahid Gäbler GER (2/2/2) and Martin Rusterholz/Marc Baier SUI (3/3/3). 20 teams from 9 nations participate. The daily report and the ranking list.
Friday, July 25, 2014   (Image © Erik Lahteenmaki)
13 matches of the ISAF Youth Matchracing Worlds were sailed yesterday in Helsinki with sun and warm temperatures. Leaders after two-third of the Round Robin are Joachim Aschenbrenner DEN and Sam Gilmour AUS with 8-2 w/l. Nevin Snow USA (8-3) and Mark Lees GBR (7-2) follow behind.
The report with rankings.
Friday, July 25, 2014   (Image © Jean-Marie Liot)
Two short races in the Bay of Hyères were on the program yesterday before the 9 M34 yacht started to the last 100 miles' conveyance race to Nice yesterday evening. Ranks 4 and 6 were good enough for the leading 'Courrier Dunkerque' with Daniel Souben FRA to earn another advantage point on 'Groupama' (Franck Cammas FRA). It remains to be seen in the final race to Nice, whether the 8 points' lead is sufficient for the overall victory.
The results, the daily report and the video of the day.
Friday, July 25, 2014   (Image © Christophe Breschi)
A low-wind high pressure area has considerably slowed down the 34 Minis in their race to the Acores. Giancarlo Pedote ITA succeeded nevertheless to extend his lead on Davy Beaudart FRA in the Protos to 37 miles until yesterday evening. The new leader in the Series-Minis is Tanguy Le Turquais FRA, closely followed by Damien Cloarec FRA and Jonas Geerkens NED.
The daily report and the race viewer.
Friday, July 25, 2014   
Yesterday was the final day of the 29er North American Open, wrapping up four days of strong competition between 69 boats from 10 countries. Competitors were competing for the North American, United States and Canadian Championships. The gold fleet was only able to complete one race, with the silver fleet not completing any. Kurt Hansen/Harry Morgan AUS won the Open Championship in a convincing way, the US title went to Max Brill7Malcom Zach USA, best Canadiens were Lloyd Lyall/Andrew Moreno CAN on 4th. Read the full report and see the complete results.
Friday, July 25, 2014   (Image © Toby Bromwich)
The Kiteboarding Grand Slam on Fuerteventura ESP ended yesterday with the Freestyle Double Elimination and two Slalom runs.
Gisela Pulido ESP succeeded to defeat the leading Karolina Winkowska POL twice taking the overall Freestyle victory. Annelous Lammerts NED won the Slalom ahead of Bibiana Magaij SVK 2nd and Manuela Jungo SUI 3rd, her first podium.
Winners in the men's category were Julien Kerneur FRA Slalom, and Liam Whaley ESP Freestyle.
The report with rankings.
Friday, July 25, 2014   
Much action on the third day of the OK Europeans on the Steinhuuder Meer with a breeze exceeding 25 kn. Jorgen Svendsen DEN climbed on top of the interim's rankings with two race wins. Andre Budzien GER follows on rank 2, while the defending champion Bo Petersen DEN descended on rank 3. Today begins the Final Series in a Gold- and a Silverfleet.
The ranking list and the event website.
Friday, July 25, 2014   
Lay day for the 40 Yngling teams at the World Championship in Travemünde GER yesterday. After 5 races, Jamin Maarten NED as best of a strong Dutch team is on a solid path to the title.
The ranking list and the daily report.
Friday, July 25, 2014   
The Travemünder Week continued yesterday with best conditions, sun and a fresh East wind.
The Lasers 4.7 terminated their Youth Championship with Jasper Paulsen GER winning just one point ahead of Leo Zartl GER. Also ending was the German Championship of the Dyas with Arndt Fingerhut/Julian Stricker GER as Champions.
All other ranking lists and the daily report.
Friday, July 25, 2014   
The missing wind delayed again racing at the 6 mIJ Europeans off Falmouth, and only at 17.30 hrs, the only race of the day could be started.
Winners in the two categories were Peter Andreae GBR in the Classics and Bertie Bicket GBR in the Modernes. Overall firsts after three races are Paul Smith GBR (Modernes) and Andy Postle GBR (Classics). Two races must be completed today to validate the European Championship.
The results and the news.
 
Olympic Games 2012 - Weymouth GBR – Thursday, July 24, 2014
Thursday, July 24, 2014   (Image © Tom Gruitt / YachtsandYachting.com)
The breeze was for the first time up to 15 kn at Hayling Island yesterday after the light wind days so far, allowing also the heavier participants to fly. Two races in the Gold- and Silverfleet were on the program, and Chris Rashley GBR remained on top with the day ranks 1 and 4. Nathan Outteridge AUS - with a race win too - advanced on rank 2 with a 4 points' backlog. Josh McKnight AUS follows as 3rd, while Robert Greenhalgh GBR dropped on rank 5.
The daily report with the ranking lists and the video of the day.
Thursday, July 24, 2014   (Image © Robert Hajduk - ShutterSail.com)
The sun was finally out at the Laser Radial 'Men's Worlds in Dziwnow POL after two foggy days, and two races were sailed in a 11-12 kn breeze. The winner of the first four heats Jonasz Stelmaszyk POL had to content himself with the day ranks 8 and 3, but he remains on the first place ahead of Martis Pajarskas LTU new on rank 2. Marcin Rudawski POL is now 3rd.
The ranking list and the daily report.
Thursday, July 24, 2014   (Image © segelbilder.de)
Three races were sailed on the second day of the Yngling Worlds in Travemünde GER. With the day ranks 4/2/1, Jamin Maarten NED was again best of the day and extended his lead on Jan Haven NED and Lieuwe Gietma NED.
The ranking list and the daily report.
Thursday, July 24, 2014   (Image © Jean-Marie Liot / ASO)
A short race in the Bay of Hyères and a coastal race were sailed in a light wind yesterday and again, 'Groupama' with Franck Cammas FRA had the upper hand and reduced the points' gap on the leading 'Courrier Dunkerque' (Daniel Souben FRA) on 7 points thanks to the day ranks 1 and 2. Today, some more short races are on the program before the final race from Hyères to Nice will be started, the crucial race for the final outcome of the TdF 2014.
The daily report, the ranking list and the video of the day.
Thursday, July 24, 2014   (Image © Christophe Breschi)
The Mini fleet is heading directly to the Acores in good sailing conditions. The round-bow Protos up to 2 kn faster as the conventional constructions are constantly extending their lead. Giancarlo Pedote ITA on the Southern route leads 27 miles ahead of Davy Beaudart FRA on a Northern track. The rest of the fleet is already 60 and more miles behind.
First in the Series Minis is Tanguy Le Turquais FRA sailing on a Northern route, but the closest opponents Damien Cloarec FRA and Damien Audrain FRA are only a few miles back.
The race viewer and the reports.
Thursday, July 24, 2014   (Image © SVK1Sports)
Perfect conditions with a 13 kn breeze prevailed yesterday in Brest FRA allowing the almost 400 participants to sail two races concluding the Qualification Series for the Gold and Silver Fleet. On position one in the T293 Girls is Lucie Belbeoch FRA with 6 bullets ahead of Jeanne Penfornis FRA and Hisui Takahashi JPN. The French dominate in the T293 Boys with Oel Pouliquen FRA as leader.
The event website with the daily report and all other ranking lists.
Thursday, July 24, 2014   (Image © Toby Bromwich)
The Freestylers continued with the Eliminations on the 5th day of the Fuerteventura Grand Slam, and 15 runs were completed. The pairings for today's Finals are Stephan Spiessberger AUT and Aaron Hadlow GBR in the men's category and Manuela Jungo SUI Dionela Vieira BRA in the women's category. The report with the results and the videos.
Thursday, July 24, 2014   
Yesterday kicked off the final series of the 29er North American Open, in which competitors are competing for the North American, United States and Canadian Championships. Yesterday provided shifty, challenging wind conditions in the morning due to rain and surrounding storms, however the sun appeared and a strong breeze came in for the afternoon. The gold fleet started the day at 11am and finished 4 races, to finish the day ahead an extra race ahead of schedule. Aussies Kurt Hansen and Harry Morton AUS sit at the top of the leaderboard with a solid 1-3-6-1 in today's races. Marta Munte and Carla Munte ESP finish the day in second, with Canadians Rachel Spinelli and Ian Woodbury following in third. See the complete results and read the full report.
Thursday, July 24, 2014   (Image © DR)
Summer weather with almost no wind again yesterday and no racing on day 3 of the 6 m IJ Europeans. The rankings after the two races of the opening day remain therefore unchanged.
The results and the daily report.
Thursday, July 24, 2014   (Image © Ania Pawlaczyk)
yFour races were sailed in favorable conditions on the first two days of the OK-Dinghy European Championship in Steinhude GER near Hannover by the 110 participants from 9 nations. Leader after the 4 heats is the defending champion Bo Pedersen DEN ahead of André Budzien GER and Rob Wilcox NZL at equal points on rank 2.
The rankings and the report.
Thursday, July 24, 2014   
The first 13 of 35 Round Robin matches were sailed on the first day of the ISAF Youth Matchracing Worlds in light winds. Neville Snow USA leads in the interim's rankings with 5-0 ahead of Joachim Aschenbrenner DEN, Pierre Quiroga FRA and Mark Lees GBR with 5-1 each. The results and the report.
Thursday, July 24, 2014   (Image © segelbilder.de)
The perfect conditions kept on during the 5th day of the 'Week'.
The Contenders terminated their German Championship with Volker Niedik GER as first one point ahead of Dirk Müller GER and Andreas Voigt GER. On Saturday, the European Championship of the Contenders will begin at Kühlungsborn GER. A class of his own remains Nick Willim GER at the German Youth Championship of the Lasers Radial winning all six heats so far. Yesterday began the O'pen BIC World Championship with Jack Challands AUS leading after two races in the U13-rankings. First in the U16-rankings is Mattia Journo ITA.
All ranking lists are available at the Live-Center.
 
 
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