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Olympic Games 2012 - Weymouth GBR – Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Tuesday, September 2, 2014   (Image © Tempest - International Class)
The Tempest World Championship began yesterday on Lake Como, but apparently the wind/weather conditions did not allow racing. 33 teams from 7 nations are on the entry list. The event facebook page with first pictures as well as the event website.
Tuesday, September 2, 2014   
As every year, the Trofeo Gorla has been organised on Lake Garda over the past weekend as a 29,6 miles' tune-up race one week before the Centomiglia. The line honors went after 14 hrs 27 min to 'Griffa' (a OnOff) of Leonardo Larcher ITA ahead of another OnOff. Claude Fehlmann SUI/CNM finished 3rd with his Psaros33 30 minutes after the first. The rankings in real time.
All other ranking lists by class have been posted on the Event website.
Tuesday, September 2, 2014   (Image © Jacques Vapillon)
10 teams participated in the first Diam24 Grand Prix at Port La Forêt FRA. This new trimaran class, launched this year only, is enjoying a major interest since its selection as boat of the 2015 Tour de France à la Voile.
Over the weekend, 5 races were sailed in a 10-15 kn West wind, all won bei the Vendée-Globe winner Vincent Riou FRA. Bernard Stamm SUI follows on rank 2, Loïc Fequet FRA finished 3rd.
The report (in French) with the final rankings.
Tuesday, September 2, 2014   (Image © Rolex / Carlo Borlenghi)
Good conditions with a 17-20 kn breeze prevailed yesterday at the Maxi-Cup - including the Mini-Maxi (up to 72 foot) World Championship - in Sardinia ITA. A coastal race was on the program.
Andres Soriano GBR won in the Mini-Maxis with his Mills 72 'Allegre, followed by Bella Mente' of John Fauth USA. Among the participants are also four J-Class-yachts. 'Ranger' won ahead of 'Rainbow' and 'Velsheda'. The only Swiss is Marco Voegele SUI, with his 'Inoui', 2nd in the Super-Maxis
All other ranking lists, the report of the day and as always the impressive Gallery.
Tuesday, September 2, 2014   (Image © bluboats)
Inspite of the difficult wind situation on Saturday, three flights have been completed. On the sunny Sunday, perfect Maloja wind conditions prevailed and the Qualifiers, Repechage and Finals could be sailed. David Menti and his team were the winners ahead of Beat Müller and Wim Rossel. Reports and photos have been posted on the blu facebook page. Here the results.
Tuesday, September 2, 2014   (Image © Florian Lorenz)
Contrary to our yesterday's news, the Dolphins at their Swiss Championship and the Platu 25s at their Alpcup sailed a last race on Sunday. However, the podiums remained unchanged. Tom Studer CVN won with the Dolphins ahead of Christoph Renker RCO and Lorenz Müller YCB. Thomas Laherstorfer AUT, the Alpcup winner of the Platu 25s, kept a one point advantage on Christian Sutherland GBR. Martin Siegrist SUI follows on rank 3.
All final ranking lists.
Tuesday, September 2, 2014   
Thanks to a major weather change during the night on Sunday, all regattas on the Swiss lakes have been successfully completed. Reports and results have been posted as always in the Sailing Switzerland section of our website. Among others, Regional Annual Youth Championship Acts of the Regions Central Switzerland and Jura Lakes were on the program.
 
Olympic Games 2012 - Weymouth GBR – Monday, September 1, 2014
Monday, September 1, 2014   
Yesterday, Eric Monnin SUI and his team finished the traditional Knickerbocker Cup on Manhasset Bay, ISAF Grade 2 event, with a 2-0 victory over Antoine Morvan FRA as undefeated winners. In addition to the prize money, the Swiss team secured a berth at the Bermuda Gold Cup, the next event of the World Match Racing Tour in October. The results and the event website with videos.
Monday, September 1, 2014   (Image © Martina Orsini)
After three perfect sailing days, the wind was gone on the Wittensee near Kiel yesterday, and the Moths remained ashore.
Chris Rast SUI was proclaimed winner with a 3 points lead over the 2nd-ranked Ben Paton GBR, the Swiss' fourth Eurocup victory this year. Nils Akervall SWE finished on the 3rd place, his first appearance on the podium. The Mini-Transat winner Benoît Marie FRA follows on the 9th place as best French. 26 participants from 6 nations are on the ranking list. Here the final report. In three weeks, the 6th and final Act of the Moth Eurocup 2014 will be organised on Lake Garda.
Monday, September 1, 2014   (Image © PWA-John Carter)
The PWA Slalom Worldcup at Alcati TUR ended yesterday with a last race.
Sara-Quita Offringa NED added another race win and finished the women's competition as outstanding winner ahead of Delphine Cousin FRA and Lena Erdil TUR. The duel between Julien Quentel FRA and Antoine Albeau FRA ended in the qualfiers where both were eliminated, and as a consequence, Quentel realised the first Worldcup win in his career as professional. Pierre Toselli FRA completed the all-French podium.
Reports, ranking lists and video links on the PWA website.
Monday, September 1, 2014   
Apparently, the wind situation on Lake Uri did not allow racing yesterday, and the ranking list after the 4 heats sailed on one day becomes final. Tom Studer CVN/Esther Oggenfuss/Marc von Weissenfluh/Yves Calame/Marc Ursenbacher are the Swiss Champions 2014 2 points ahead of Christoph Renker RCO. The Bronze medal goes to Lorenz Müller YCB. 19 teams participated. The ranking list.
Monday, September 1, 2014   
The announced West wind filled in on time with 8-15 kn yesterday allowing to complete three more races at the Starboat Swiss Championship. Finishing 1/2/1, Hubert Merkelbach/Gerrit Bartel GER lived up to their role as favorite and won the title ahead of Stefan Schneider/Uli Seeberger GER and Ingvar Krook/Christoffer Lundgren SWE. Martin Ingold/Dario Bischof SUI/TYC followed as best Swiss on position 4. The previous leaders Bernhard + Sofie Seger SUI/SVB dropped on rank 5 in the fresher breeze. The results (PDF).
Monday, September 1, 2014   
After only one race on Friday and Saturday, late in the afternoon in a light Joran breeze, the West wind filled in yesterday offering best conditions to complete another three heats by fleet.
In the Lasers Standard, Jean-Pierre Vogtensperger FRA finished on top thanks winning the last race ahead of the tied Robert Ronnbäck SUI and Markus Ochs SUI. 26 Standards from 6 nations participated, among them a NZL boat. French was the winner in the Lasers Radial with Pierrick Amizet FRA with Jeff Loosemore GBR and Didier Weiler FRA completing the podium. 19 Radials from 5 nations.
The event website with ranking lists and reports.
Monday, September 1, 2014   (Image © Florian Lorenz)
The Platu 25 Alpcup Act 4 on Lake Uri remained without racing yesterday, as apparently, the wind did not fill in sufficiently to allow further regattas. Winner after four races are therefore Thomas Laherstorfer AUT and his team ahead of Christian Sutherland GBR and Martin Siegrist SUI. 14 teams from 4 nations participated.
The ranking list (scroll down).
Monday, September 1, 2014   
Four races in a light breeze on Saturday and four heats in a 3-4 bft West wind on Sunday provided for intensive racing for the 470s and Finns on the Lower Lake Constance. Thanks to 4 race wins on Saturday, Mara Bezel/Fiona Müdespacher SVT realised their first 470 Swisscup victory ahead of Christian Sprecher/Jlonca Gosztonyi SCE and Rene Ott/Stephan Ammann SVK. On rank 6 follow the only non-Swiss participants Waleed Al Sharshani/Jassim Alsulaiti QAT ! In the Finns, Piet Eckert ZSC was the clear winner with 5 race wins ahead of Hans Fatzer YCA. The ranking lists.
Monday, September 1, 2014   (Image © Loris Von Siebenthal)
Four more races were completed yesterday at the Décision-35 Catamaran Swiss Open on Lake Geneva in a gusty breeze from the shore. Ernesto Bertarelli SUI defended the lead extending his advantage in the Annual Tour rankings. 'Mobimo' with Christian Wahl SUI finished 2nd, 'Zen Too' with Fred Le Peutrec FRA 3rd.
The report and the ranking list.
Monday, September 1, 2014   
The Shark-Eurocup on Lake Thoune ended yesterday with a last race without any influence on the rankings on top. Jürgen Ahlfeldt GER and his team are the winners ahead of Botond Szigethi HUN and Birgit Brantner AUT. The results (PDF).
 
Olympic Games 2012 - Weymouth GBR – Sunday, August 31, 2014
Sunday, August 31, 2014   
The Foiler-Moth Eurocup on the Wittensee continued yesterday with four races sailed in a gusty 12 to 18 kn breeze, and won by Chris Rast SUI and Ben Patton GBR. These two Moth pilots will duel for the final victory today. With three wins yesterday, Chris Rast SUI extended his lead on 4 points. 19 points behind Patton GBR follows Nils Akervall SWE on rank 3.
The daily report and the ranking list.
Sunday, August 31, 2014   (Image © Stefano Gattini)
Winning the final race, John Kilroy USA/Paul Goodison GBR/Jeff Reynolds USA made everything clear yesterday winning the Melges 20 World Championship with a 16 points' advantage on Achille Onorato ITA/Malcom Page AUS/Stefano Campialini ITA. Guido Miani MON/Gabriele Benussi ITA/Massimo Gherarducci ITA finished 3rd.
The final report, the ranking list and the video of the day.
Sunday, August 31, 2014   (Image © PWA-John Carter)
The initial 10 kn breeze was freshening to up to 22 kn at the PWA World Tour Slalom in Turkey. After the races 7 and 8, Sara-Quita Offringa NED is still on a safe leader position in the women's inspite of a defeat against Lena Erdil TUR yesterday. But at the same time, she extended her lead on the 2nd-ranked Delphine Cousin FRA. The fresher breeze was in favor of the World Champion Antoine Albeau FRA, winning a race and advancing on the 2nd place close to the leading Julien Quentel FRA in the men's category. The final victory will be disputed among these two drivers.
Sunday, August 31, 2014   
Eric Monnin SUI, winner of the Knickerbocker-Cup Round Robin, remains undefeated. In the Quarter Final, he eliminated Chris Poole USA 3-0 and in the Semi Final against David Storr USA, he leads 2-0. The second Semi with Pierre-Antoine Morvan FRA and Johnie Berntsson SWE is 0-1 for the moment. Today, the Semi Finals will be concluded and the Finals will be decided to earn not only the price money, but also a berth in the Bermuda Gold Cup, event of the Match Race World Tour. The results and the event website with videos.
Sunday, August 31, 2014   (Image © Rich Roberts)
The 18-footer International Regatta in the San Francisco Bay ended yesterday with 3 races, sailed in a 15 to 22 kn breeze. The duel for victory ended with a one points advantage of Brett van Munster AUS against Howie Hamlin USA. The ranking list and the event website with reports.
Sunday, August 31, 2014   
After the windless first day, the Dolphin Swiss Championship was really launched yesterday with a breeze allowing to complete 4 races on Lake Uri. Tom Studer CVN and his team won two heats and took the lead. Also two race wins were in favor of Christoph Renker RCO on rank 2 overall just 2 points behind Studer. Lorenz Müller YCB follows on rank 3.
The ranking list.
Sunday, August 31, 2014   
Apparently no racing at the Starboat Swiss Championship on Lake Constance yesterdeay ! Up to now, two light wind races were finished, both won by Bernhard and Sofie Seger SVB. For today, the forecast announced a 14kn Westerly breeze ! The missing two races to validate the Championship will hopefully be completed today.
The ranking list.
Sunday, August 31, 2014   
The Platu 25 Alpcup began yesterday with four races after the windless opening day. With two race wins, the first leader is Thomas Laherstorfer AUT 2 points ahead of Christian Sutherland GBR and Martin Siegrist SUI at equal points on rank 2. 14 teams from 4 nations participate.
The ranking list (scroll down).
Sunday, August 31, 2014   (Image © Loris Von Siebenthal)
The D-35-catamarans continued with their Annual Championship circuit yesterday off Versoix/Lake Geneva. Five races were completed and Ernesto Bertarelli SUI with his 'Alinghi' is the leader after day 1 with rank 1 and 2 finishes. 'Mobimo' with Christian Wahl SUI is second, Dona Bertarelli SUI with her 'Ladycat' is 3rd. The report and the ranking list.
Sunday, August 31, 2014   (Image © Jean-Francois Hervo)
Ideal conditions prevailed yesterday on Lake Geneva for the Solo Translémanique. The 5-10 kn breeze was very accommodating for the solo skippers and above all just perfect for the multihulls participating for the first time. The line honors after 7 hrs 30 min was Christoph Peclard SUI with his M1-Cat 'Zenith Fresh' ahead of the two M2-Cats of Didier Pfister ('GSMN Genolier') and Antoine Thorens ('TeamWork'). In the Surprise class, Patrick Girod SNG was first in front of Valentien Gautier SNNY. On top of the Grand Surprise was Benoit Morelle FRA, and of the Toucans Christophe Magnin SUI. All ranking lists .
Sunday, August 31, 2014   
Good conditions prevailed yesterday on Lake Thoune and 4 races were completed at the Shark-24-Eurocup in Spiez. Jürgen Ahlfeldt GER and his team defended the first position with two race wins. Botond Szigethi HUN on 2nd has a 7 points backlog. New on rank 3 is Birgit Banter AUT with her team. Peter Harsch SUI on rank 17 is the best Swiss. The ranking list (PDF).
 
Olympic Games 2012 - Weymouth GBR – Saturday, August 30, 2014
Saturday, August 30, 2014   (Image © Stefano Gattini)
The Melges 20 Worlds on Lake Garda continued yesterday with 3 races sailed in a 12-15 kn Ora. Tomorrow, the last crucial race will be on the program. As best of the day, Achille Onorato ITA/Malcom Page AUS reduced the backlog on the still leading James Kilroy USA/Paul Goodison GBR to 5 points. The title is still within reach for the American in the last heat. As 3rd, already 19 points back, follow Guido Miani MON/Gabriele Benussi ITA, and with a 22 lead on the 4th, the Bronze medal is practically theirs.
The ranking list, the daily report and the video of the day.
Saturday, August 30, 2014   
For the first time this season, the Foiler-Moths enjoyed a fresh breeze of 16-22 kn during the first race day of the 5th Eurocup Act on the Wittensee GER, and 5 races could be completed.
Bad luck for the prime favorite Ben Paton GBR, Vice European Champion, who was forced to abandon the first race due to equipment failure. With the ranks 2/1/2/2 afterwards, he clearly demonstrated his potential, but the leader after 5 heats is still the first-ranked in the Annual Tour Classification Chris Rast SUI. Nils Akervall SWE follows as 2nd, Maximilian Maege GER is 3rd among the 28 participants from 6 nations racing in Germany.
The ranking list and the report of the day.
Saturday, August 30, 2014   (Image © PWA-John Carter)
The Slalom Worldcup of the professional windsurfers continued yesterday in Turkey with two runs sailed in the freshest breeze so far of up to 30 kn.
Race winners were in the men Antoine Albeau FRA and Julien Quentel FRA with Quental leading overall ahead of Albeau. In the women's, Sara-Quita Offringa NED was defeated for the first time. Delphine Cousin FRA booked her first win, but in the second heat, Offringa NED was again on top remaining the clear overall leader in front ot Delphine Cousin FRA an. Reports, ranking lists and videos as always on the PWA website.
Saturday, August 30, 2014   
Eric Monnin SUI won yesterday the last two Round Robin matches and is the undefeated leader with 9-0 score. Pierre-Antoine Morvan FRA 7-2 and David Storss USA 5-4 follow as 2nd and 3rd. Today, the Quarter Finals are on the program. The event facebook pagee does not inform on the pairings, but numerous videos can be linked in.
Saturday, August 30, 2014   
After two relatively moderate days with two races completed by day, the Frisco Bay lived up to its best two days ago with a 30 kn breeze and a strong counter current, making the Bridge-to-Bridge Race open for all wind-driven engins extremely challenging. In addition to the 18-footers, kite- and windsurfers as well as some multihulls were on the entry list. However, only two 18-footers dared to start, but both were forced to abandon after capsizes.
The Foil-Kiters dominated the heat and the World Champion Johnny Heineken USA was the winner after 15 min 1 sec, missing his record from the previous year by over 3 minutes.
The illustrated report with results.
Yesterday, the 18-footer International Regatta continued with two big-breeze races, but only 3 teams were on the starting line. The veteran Howie Hamlin USA and his team won both races reducing the backlog on the interim leader Brett Munster AUS on 4 points. Two races are on the program today, final day of the event.
The ranking list and the report.
Saturday, August 30, 2014   
Again very light winds on Lake Constance yesterday, allowing to complete just one race. And again, it were Bernhard and Sofie Seger SVB/RCO winning, and this on the 28-year-old Starboat used by Seger winning the title in 1986 ! Stefan Schneider/Uli Seeberger GER follow 4 points behind, the favorites Hubert Merkelbach/Gerrit Bartel GER are 3rd. Thanks to a 2nd race rank, Roman + Philipp Juchli SUI/YCA advanced on the 4th place.
The ranking list.
Saturday, August 30, 2014   
No news from Brunnen/Lake Uri SUI this morning, where the Swiss Championship of the Dolphins and the Alp Cup of the Platu 25s takes place on the occasion of the Windweek. We assume, that the general weather pattern over the Alps prevented the thermal breeze from filling in.
Saturday, August 30, 2014   
Three races were sailed yesterday at the Shark 24 Eurocup Regatta on Lake Thoune. Jürgen Ahlfeld GER and Botond Szigeti HUN with their teams share the lead 3 points ahead of Christian Müller-Uri AUT an rank 3. 19 teams from 4 nations.
The ranking list.
 
Olympic Games 2012 - Weymouth GBR – Friday, August 29, 2014
Friday, August 29, 2014   (Image © Stefano Gattini)
Typical Lake Garda conditions with northerly winds in the morning and the thermal Ora in the afternoon allowed the 57 teams of the Melges 20 worlds 2014 another three races. In 10-15 kn James Kilroy USA sailing with Laser Olympic goldmedallist Paul Goodison GBR took over the lead by posting an impressive 2/1/2 series. With an even better score of 1/3/1 Guido Miani MON (tactics Gabriele Benussi ITA) moved up to second, 14 points behind Kilroy USA. On equal points Dario Levi/Niccolo Bianchi ITA are third. The daily report, the rankings and the video of the day.
Friday, August 29, 2014   (Image © PWA-John Carter)
The Seabreeze started yesterday earlier as expected and three more heats were completed. In the women's race Sara-Quita Offringa NED continued her outstanding performance with three more victories, Delphine Cousin FRA and Lena Erdil TUR are completing the podium so far. In the men's competition Ben Van der Steen NED, Pascal Toselli FRA and Björn Dunkerbeck SUI each won a heat. In the overall rankings Julien Quentel FRA continues to lead ahead of Pascal Toselli FRA and Antoine Albeau FRA. All news and videos on the PWA-website.
Friday, August 29, 2014   
Good wind conditions on the Manhasset Bay almost allowed the ten teams to complete the Round Robin of this years Knickerbocker Cup. 6 to 7 of the 9 Flights of the Round Robin have been sailed. With a clean score of 7-0 victories it's Switzerlands Eric Monnin SUI leading the rankings. On second with a score of 5-1 it's top seeded Pierre-Antoine Morvan FRA who lost his duel against Monnin SUI. The results and the live ticker of the event website.
Friday, August 29, 2014   
In light winds the Swiss Star Championship started on Lake Constance with one single race, the second one had to be cancelled in a dying breeze. Victory went to Whitbread-Roud-the-world veteran Bernhard Seger RCO/SVB - who grabbed the title 28 years ago already ! - who is sailing with his 17-year old daughter Sofie. Beat Hunziker/Vincent Nagelisen SUI/SCH and Stefan Schneider/Uli Seeberger GER completed the podium. The ranking list.
 
 
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