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Top News – Friday, August 23, 2019
Friday, August 23, 2019   

Laser 4.7 - Youth World Championship 2019 - Kingston CAN - Day 5 - Anja Von Allmen SUI and Niccolo Nordera ITA are premature World Champions !

 Laser 4.7 - Youth World Championship 2019 - Kingston CAN - Day 5 - Anja Von Allmen SUI and Niccolo Nordera ITA are premature World Champions ! With the day ranks 1/2/2, the World Champion is Anja Von Allmen SUI who extended her lead in the Laser 4.7 Girls on 23 points and can not be overtaken, as her discard result is a 12th place. On the rank 2 and 3 follow Lara Himmes ESP and Sara Savelli ITA. ----- Top North Americans are Carling Davies CAN as 24th, Jennifer Mcqueeny PUR 40th and Sophia Debs USA 44th among the 60 entrants. ----- The World Champion is known prematurely also in the Boys, where Niccolo Nordera ITA has a 19 point lead with a 15th as discard. Roko Stipanovic CRO and Gasper Strahovnik SLO complete the interim podium. ----- The best North Americans by nation among the 118 participants are Erik Hou USA 29th, Jose Arturo Diaz San Antonio PUR 32nd, Julian Van Den Driessche ISV 34th and Andreas Steinitz CAN 56th, all sailing in the 59 boat Goldfleet. -------- Good, but challenging wind conditions prevailed - the breeze was oscillating not only in direction but also strength (8-14kn) - , allowing to complete three races per fleet in Kingston CAN, so that there is only one race left for today, Friday. ----- The ranking lists and the news.
Friday, August 23, 2019   

Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Final results, no changes on top of the ranking, only 470 women sailed Medal Race

 Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Final results, no changes on top of the ranking, only 470 women sailed Medal Race The Olympic Test Event in Japan has been concluded yesterday. All but the 470 women Medal Races were abandoned because of insufficient wind. ------ Camille Lecointre/Aloise Retornaz FRA finished first again and are the superior winners in the 470 woman ahead of Hannah Mills/Eilidh McIntyre GBR and Agnieszka Skrzypulec/Jolanta Ogar POL. ----- In the 470 men, Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS earned Gold followed by Anton Dahlberg/Frederik Bergström SWE and Jordi Xammar/Nicolas Rodriguez ESP. Stuart McNay/David Hughes USA are on 4th. ----- Berecz Zsombor HUN was the premature winner in the Finns before the last day already. Nicholas Heiner NED and Giles Scott GBR followed on 2nd and 3rd. ----- Jesper Stalheim SWE finished on top of the Lasers Standard ahead of Tom Burton AUS and Hermann Tomasgaard NOR. ----- In the Lasers Radial, Emma Plaesschart BEL left the Olympic Champion Marit Bouwmeester NED on rank 2. Maria Erdi HUN took Bronze. 7th is Sarah Douglas CAN and 8th Erika Reineke USA. ----- All ranking lists, the results of all North Americans, the US Sailing Report and the report.
Friday, August 23, 2019   

Laser Standard & Radial - U21 European Championship - Dziwnow POL - Day 1, with a Canadian on 29th

 Laser Standard & Radial - U21 European Championship - Dziwnow POL - Day 1, with a Canadian on 29th Sun and moderate winds prevailed yesterday in Poland on the first day of the U21 Laser European Championship allowing to sail two races per class. ----- In the Lasers Radial (women), Karmen Perkovic CRO and Hannah Anderssohn GER share the lead two points ahead of Ebru Bolat ROU and Ekaterina Sanko BLR on the ranks 3 and 4. On the entry list are 62 participants. ----- With the day ranks 1 and 2 in his group, Alexandre Boite FRA took the lead in the Lasers Standard. Ansatasios Pangiotidis GRE follows 5 points behind on rank 2, Daniil Krutskikh RUS is 3rd. Norman Struthers CAN, the only North American present, is 29th among the 135 Lasers Standard. ----- The ranking lists and the daily news.
Friday, August 23, 2019   

29er - European Championship 2019 - Arco ITA - Day 4, best of 3 North American are Baker/Shelley USA on 14th

 29er - European Championship 2019 - Arco ITA - Day 4, best of 3 North American are Baker/Shelley USA on 14th The first 4 Final races were sailed on Lake Garda yesterday with the result of the Qualification phase as one result. ----- Matthias Berthet/Aleksander Franks NOR hold the overall lead 5 points ahead of Marius Westerlind/Olle Aaronson SWE on rank 2. As best of the day, Freya Black/James Grummet GBR advanced on rank 3. ----- Stephan Baker/Ripley Shelley USA follow on 14th. Sailing in the Silverfleet, Conrad Miller/Grant Gridley USA are 6th (= 56th overall) and Milo Miller/Steven Hardee ISV 7th (= 57th overall). ----- The rankings and the event facebook page.
 
Top News – Thursday, August 22, 2019
Thursday, August 22, 2019   

Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Final Day with McNay/Hughes USA, Erika Reineke USA and Sarah Douglas CAN

 Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Final Day with McNay/Hughes USA, Erika Reineke USA and Sarah Douglas CAN The Olympic Test Event will be concluded today with the Medal Races of the 470s, the Lasers and the Finns. Stuart McNay/David Hughes USA (470 men), Erika Reineke USA and Sarah Douglas CAN (both Laser Radial) will participate. The results will be available during the morning UTC and we shall inform immediately. ----- Light winds - as yesterday - have been forecast. ----- Zsombor Berecz HUN is the premature winner in the Finns with a 23 point advantage. ----- The official preview.
Thursday, August 22, 2019   

Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 5/Part 1

 Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 5/Part 1 The races of the day in Japan are over, the first half of the 10 Olympic classes have finished their competitions. As expected Yunxiu Lu CHN was able to hold the top of the RS:X-Windsurf women. Thanks to victory in the Medal Race Charline Picon FRA replaced Katy Spychakov ISR on rank 2. Chinese victory in the RS:X-Windsurfer men as well: Mengfan Gao CHN won ahead of Mattia Camboni ITA and Piotr Myszka POL. In the 49er the Olympic winners Peter Burling/Blair Tuke NZL won ahead of Lukasz Prszybitek/Pawel Kolodzinski POL and Dylan Fletcher/Stuart Bithell GBR. Changes on the podium of the 49erFX: Martine Grael/Kahena Kunze BRA won gold ahead of Marie Roningen/Helene Naess NOR, Charlotte Dobson/Saskia Tidey GBR fell back to rank 3. Stephanie Roble/Maggie Shea USA remained on the 10th place. In the Nacra 17 Ruggero Tita/Caterina Banti ITA took gold ahead of John Gimson/Anna Burnett GBR and Ben Saxton/Nicola Boniface GBR. ----- All rankings. ----- Please find here the full list of all North American results and the US Sailing Team report.
Thursday, August 22, 2019   

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Final Results of all North Americans:
updated Thursday, August 22nd


RS:X men,24 boards, 10+MR races:
- 20th Pedro Pascual USA

Laser Standard, 35 boats, 10 races:
- 12th Charlie Buckingham USA
- 14th Christopher Barnard USA
- 28th Robert Davis CAN

470 men, 22 boats, 10 races:
- 4th Stuart McNay/David Hughes USA

49er, 21 boats, 12+MR races:
- 16th Andrew Mollerus/Ian Macdiarmid USA
- 20th William Jones/Evan Depaul CAN

Finn, 22 boats, 10 races:
- 17th Thomas Ramshaw CAN
- 18th Luke Muller USA

RS:X women, 20 boards, 11+MR races:
- 18th Farrah Hall USA

Laser Radial 40 boats, 10 races:
- 7th Sarah Douglas CAN
- 8th Erika Reineke USA
- 22nd Paige Railey USA
- 40th Maura Dewey CAN

470 women, 20 boats, 10+MR races:
- 15th Nikole Barnes/Lara Dallmann-Weiss USA

49erFX, 21 boats, 12+MR races:
- 10th Stephanie Roble/Maggie Shea USA
- 18th Alexandra Ten Hove/Mariah Millen CAN

Nacra 17, 21 boats, 12+MR races:
- 19th Riley Gibbs/Anna Weis USA
- 20th Allison Surrette/Max Flinn CAN

Consult also the US Sailing Team report.
Thursday, August 22, 2019   

Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 5/Part 2

 Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 5/Part 2 The 5 other classes completed yesterday their qualifications for the Medal Races of today. Stuart McNay/David Hughes USA (470 men), Erika Reineke USA and Sarah Douglas CAN (both Laser Radial) will participate in the Medal Races of today. For all other North Americans, the Olympic Test Event came to an end. The results of all North Americans and the US Sailing Report. ---------------------- Here the overview on top-ranked by class: ----- Already overall winner is Berecz Zsombor HUN in the Finns, he leads by 23 points. Nicholas Heiner NED and Giles Scott GBR, who is one point behind, will fight for silver and bronze. ----- Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS are 2 points ahead of Anton Dahlberg/Frederik Bergström SWE in the medal race of the 470 men. Jordi Xammar/Joel Rodriguez ESP have already secured the bronze medal. ----- In the 470 women, Camille Lecointre/Aloise Retornaz FRA have taken the lead, Hannah Mills/Eilidh McIntyre GBR are only one point behind. ----- In the Lasers Standard, the first 5 are only 7 points apart: Jesper Stalheim SWE leads ahead of Tom Burton AUS and Hermann Tomasgaard NOR. ----- The Lasers Radial also remain exciting: Emma Plaesschart BEL is only 2 points ahead of Marit Bouwmeester NED. 3 points apart are Maria Erdi HUN and Manami Doi JPN on rank 3 and 4. ----- See all rankings and the report.
Thursday, August 22, 2019   

Laser 4.7 - Youth World Championship 2019 - Kingston CAN - Day 4 - first two Final races, leader change in the Girls, slight improvements of North Americans

 Laser 4.7 - Youth World Championship 2019 - Kingston CAN - Day 4 - first two Final races, leader change in the Girls, slight improvements of North Americans The first two Final races were sailed at the Laser 4.7 World Championship in Canada yesterday. ----- Finishing on the ranks 2 and 3, Anja Von Allmen SUI took the lead in the Girls. Marilena Makri CYP with two bullets yesterday follows on rank 2 with an 8 point backlog. Sara Savelli ITA dropped on rank 3. ----- Top North Americans are Carling Davies CAN is 22nd, Jennifer Mcqueeny PUR 37th and Sophia Debs USA 46th among the 60 entrants. ----- In the Boys, sailing in Gold- and Silverfleets, Niccolo Nordera ITA defended his lead 7 points ahead of Roko Stipanovic CRO. New on rank 3 is Gasper Strahovnik SLO. ----- The best North Americans by nation among the 118 participants are Erik Hou USA 34th, Jose Arturo Diaz San Antonio PUR 35th, Julian Van Den Driessche ISV 42nd and Andreas Steinitz CAN 49th, all sailing in the 59 boat Goldfleet. ----- The ranking lists and the Bericht.]report[/URL].
Thursday, August 22, 2019   (Image © Gordon Upton)

A-Cat - British National Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Final results, AUS wins in both categories, Mahoney USA 3rd

 A-Cat - British National Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Final results, AUS wins in both categories, Mahoney USA 3rd The A-Cat British Nationals ended yesterday in Weymouth without changes on top of the rankings. Steve Brewin AUS finished first in the Foils ahead of Mischa Hemskeerk NED. Bruce Mahoney USA followed on 3rd. ----- In the Classics, Scott Anderson AUS was first ahead of Alberto Farnesi ITA and Bruno Biedermann SUI. ----- On Sunday, the World Championship will begin at the same venue. ----- The ranking lists.
Thursday, August 22, 2019   

29er - European Championship 2019 - Arco ITA - Day 3, Baker/Ripley 11th, Kohl/Bateman CAN 12th

 29er - European Championship 2019 - Arco ITA - Day 3, Baker/Ripley 11th, Kohl/Bateman CAN 12th Three races per day have been sailed at the 29er European Championship on Lake Garda underway since Monday. ----- Matthias Berthet/Aleksander Franks NOR are first with an 8 point lead on Aristide Girou/Noah Chauvin FRA. On rank 3 follow Ewan Wilson/Finnley Armstrong GBR. Stephan Baker/Ripley Shell USA are 11th, Atlee Kohl/Chris Bateman IVS 12th in the 209 team fleet. ----- The ranking list and the facebook page with videos and photos.
Thursday, August 22, 2019   (Image © Elena Giolai)

Windsurfing - Kona One - World Championship 2019 - Torbole ITA - Final results, Huig-Jan Tak NED first, Alex Temko USA 3rd

 Windsurfing - Kona One - World Championship 2019 - Torbole ITA - Final results, Huig-Jan Tak NED first, Alex Temko USA 3rd The Kona-One World Championship took place on Lake Garda, a windsurfing class popular in Northern Europe, especially Scandinavia, and North America. ----- Winning 8 of the 13 races, Huig-Jan Tak NED won the title ahead of Tim Aagesen DEN and Alexander Temko USA. ----- 72 participants from 11 nations and 3 continents. ----- The ranking list and the news.
Thursday, August 22, 2019   

RSAero - European Championship 2019 - Malcesine ITA - Day 2, with USA participants

 RSAero - European Championship 2019 - Malcesine ITA - Day 2, with USA participants Last Tuesday, the Youth European Championship of the RSAero, a boat sailed above all in Great Britain, began on Lake Garda with the fleet split in three groups with different rigs. 110 participants from 16 nations and 3 continents participate. ----- In the largest fleet with 63 entrants, the RSAero-7, Craig Wilson GBR is leading ahead of Peter Barton GBR and Paul McMahon IRL. Eric Aker USA is the best of three US participants. ----- The best RSAero-5 sailor is Attila Banyai HUN, followed by Liina Kolk EST and Andres Frost GBR. Melissa Solninck USA is 29th in the 32 boat fleet. ----- Greg Barteltt GBR is on top of the 10 RSAero-9. ----- All ranking lists and the news with videos.
 
Top News – Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Wednesday, August 21, 2019   

Breaking News: Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 5 - Noon update - Part 1

 Breaking News: Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 5 - Noon update - Part 1 The races of the day in Japan are over, the first half of the 10 Olympic classes have finished their competitions. As expected Yunxiu Lu CHN was able to hold the top of the RS:X-Windsurf women. Thanks to victory in the Medal Race Charline Picon FRA replaced Katy Spychakov ISR on rank 2. Chinese victory in the RS:X-Windsurfer men as well: Mengfan Gao CHN won ahead of Mattia Camboni ITA and Piotr Myszka POL. In the 49er the Olympic winners Peter Burling/Blair Tuke NZL won ahead of Lukasz Prszybitek/Pawel Kolodzinski POL and Dylan Fletcher/Stuart Bithell GBR. Chnges on the podium of the 49erFX: Martine Grael/Kahena Kunze BRA won gold ahead of Marie Roningen/Helene Naess NOR, Charlotte Dobson/Saskia Tidey GBR fell back to rank 3. Stephanie Roble/Maggie Shea USA remained on the 10th place. In the Nacra 17 Ruggero Tita/Caterina Banti ITA took gold ahead of John Gimson/Anna Burnett GBR and Ben Saxton/Nicola Boniface GBR. ----- All rankings. ----- Please find here the full list of all North American results and the US Sailing Team report.
Wednesday, August 21, 2019   

Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 4/Part 1 - First medals decided

In Enoshima, the skiffs, windsurfers and Nacras 17 have finished their qualifications for the Medal Races of today. The first medallists are already known: ----- Yunxiu Lu CHN, leading in the RS:X women windsurfers by 17 points has a medal guaranteed. Only Katy Spychakov ISR could replace her on top theoretically. ----- There will probably be a Chinese victory in the RS:X men windsurfers as well, as Mengfan Gao CHN has a solid 16 point lead. ----- In the Nacra-17 catamarans, Ruggero Tita/Caterina Banti ITA are only 2 points ahead of John Gimson/Anna Burnett GBR. ----- In 49ers, the Olympic champions Peter Burling/Blair Tuke NZL lead with 13 points and the Gold Medal is almost in their hands. ----- In the 49erFX, their will be a fierce duel between Martine Grael/Kahena Kunze BRA and Charlotte Dobson/Saskia Tidey GBR leading by one point only. ----- All rankings.
Wednesday, August 21, 2019   

Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 4 / Part 2 - five classes will fight for Medal Race slots today

 Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 4 / Part 2 - five classes will fight for Medal Race slots today The 470s, Laser and Finns will be sailing their last qualifying regattas today. The battle for the top ten is coming to a head and North Americans are deeply involved to make the cut: Erika Reineke and Sarah Douglas CAN are 8th and 9th in the Lasers Radial, Chris Barnard and Charlie Buckingham are 11th and 12th in the Lasers Standard, and Stephanie Roble/Maggie Shea are 10th in the 49ersFX. ------------------- Here the overall leaders in the classes concerned. In the 470 men, Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS lead only 3 points ahead of Anton Dahlberg/Frederik Bergström SWE. ----- Ai Kondo/Miho Yoshioka JPN are still leading the 470 women. ----- In the Lasers Standard, Jesper Stalheim SWE was able to defend his 1st place. ----- In the Laser Radial, Emma Plaesschart BEL kept her first position. ----- In the Finns, Berecz Zsombor HUN increased his lead to 16 points. ----- All rankings.
Wednesday, August 21, 2019   

Laser 4.7 - Youth World Championship 2019 - Kingston CAN - Day 3, Italian leaders in both gender fleets

 Laser 4.7 - Youth World Championship 2019 - Kingston CAN - Day 3, Italian leaders in both gender fleets Yesterday, three races were held at the Laser 4.7 Youth Worlds in Kingston CAN. ----- In the Boys, Niccolo Nordera ITA moved on rank one with two race wins in his group. Dmitry Golovkin RUS follows on rank 2 with a 2 point backlog. Roko Stipanovic CRO dropped on rank 3. ----- The best North Americans by nation among the 118 participants are Erik Hou USA 30th, Jose Arturo Diaz San Antonio PUR 38th, Julian Van Den Driessche ISV 46th and Andreas Steinitz CAN 52nd. ----- In the Girls, Sara Savelli ITA has taken the lead. As best of the day, Lara Himmes ESP advanced on rank 2. Marilena Makri CYP descended on the 3rd position. ----- Carling Davies CAN is 22nd, Jennifer Mcqueeny PUR 41st and Anna Carron USA 45th among the 60 entrants. ----- All ranking lists and the event website.
Wednesday, August 21, 2019   

A-Cat - British National Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 3, Mahoney USA 3rd

 A-Cat - British National Championship 2019 - Weymouth GBR - Day 3, Mahoney USA 3rd After two days ashore because of stormy winds, the first three races of the British A-Cat Nationals - a tune-up race before the Worlds of next week - were sailed in an intial 15kn breeze, increasing to 25kn during the day. ----- In the Foiler Open rankings, Steve Brewin AUS and Mischa Hemskeerk NED are tied on top. Bruce Mahoney USA follows as 3rd. 31 participants. ----- In the Classic fleet, Scott Anderson AUS is first ahead of Alberto Farnesi SWE and Mike Bawden GBR. 20 participants. ----- The ranking lists and the news.
 
Top News – Tuesday, August 20, 2019
Tuesday, August 20, 2019   

Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 4, Windsurfers, Skiffs, Catamarans concluding Medal Race qualifications today

 Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 4, Windsurfers, Skiffs, Catamarans concluding Medal Race qualifications today Racing has been underway in Japan this morning UTC with the Windsurfers, Nacra 17 and 49er Skiffs concluding the qualifications for the Medal Races of tomorrow. The conditions are similar to yesterday with an initial 10kn wind increasing to 18kn during the day. ----- The preview. The updated results will be posted during this morning UTC on the event website. The full list of all North American results will be updated currently during the day as well.
Tuesday, August 20, 2019   

Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 3, progress for the North Americans with five top-10 interim results

 Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 3, progress for the North Americans with five top-10 interim results Progress was noted for the North American sailors again on the third day of the Olympic test event in Enoshima JPN. ----- Stu McNay/Dave Hughes advanced on rank 6 in the 470 men, Stephanie Roble/Maggie Shea entered the top-10 with rank 8 in the 49ersFX, Christopher Barnard is 9th in the Lasers Standard and Erika Reineke on 9th in the Lasers Radial remains in the top-10 as well. ----- To be mentioned the excellent performance of Sarah Douglas CAN jumping on rank 2 in the Lasers Radial. ----- Please find here the full list of all North American results and the US Sailing Team report. ----------------------------- The top-ranks per class after day three are as follows: ----- In the 470 men, Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS extended their lead on 5 points. ----- In the 470 women, Ai Kondo/Miho Yoshioka JPN have taken the lead. ----- As best of the day with the ranks 2/3/2, Jesper Stalheim SWE took the lead in the Lasers Standard. ----- Leader change in the Lasers Radial with Emma Plaesschart BEL, best of the day, on top. ----- As best of the day, Beresz Zsombor HUN moved up on first in the Finns. Finishing 3/2/2, Peter Burling/Blair Tuke NZL were the best in the 49ers. ----- In the 49ersFX, Charlotte Dobson/Sakia Tidey GBR increased their point advantage. 4 races were held by the Nacras 17 with Rugero Tia/Caterina Banti ITA on 1st controlling the fleet. ----- Yunxiu Lu CHN has now an 11 point lead in the RS:X women. ----- Chinese lead in the RS:X men as well with Mengfan Gao CHN on top. ----- Good sailing conditions with an up to 15kn breeze prevailed yesterday in Japan, but on the challenging, tactically difficult courses, some surprises occurred. ----- All ranking lists and the daily news.
Tuesday, August 20, 2019   

Laser - Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 3, Sarah Douglas CAN on rank 2

 Laser - Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 3, Sarah Douglas CAN on rank 2 Sailing three races yesterday, the Lasers catched up with the program. ----- As best of the day with the ranks 2/3/2, Jesper Stalheim SWE took the lead in the Lasers Standard, 9 points ahead of Sam Meech NZL. New on rank 3 is Matthew Wearn AUS. ----- Christopher Barnard USA is 9th, Charlie Buckingham USA 14th and Robert Davis CAN 27th. ----- Leader change in the Laser Radial, with Emma Plaesschart BEL, best of the day, on top. Sarah Douglas CAN advanced on rank 2. Maria Erdi HUN dropped on rank 3. Erika Reineke USA is 9th, Paige Railey USA 16th and Maura Dewey CAN 40th. ----- All ranking lists and the daily news.
Tuesday, August 20, 2019   

Laser 4.7 - Youth World Championship 2019 - Kingston CAN - Day 2, Europeans on top

 Laser 4.7 - Youth World Championship 2019 - Kingston CAN - Day 2, Europeans on top The Laser 4.7 Youth World Championship in Kingston CAN began yesterday with three races for the Boys fleet (split in two groups) and two races for the Girls. -----With three bullets in his group, Roko Stipanovic CRO took the lead in the Boys, Derin Baytur TUR and Dmitry Golovkin RUS follow tied on the ranks 2 and 3. ----- The best North Americans by nation among the 118 participants are Erik Hou USA 23rd, Julian Van Den Driessche ISV 28th, Sebastian Medina PUR 38th and Andreas Steinitz CAN 59th. ----- Marilena Makri CYP is first in the Girls with two race wins. Sara Savelli ITA finished twice on 2nd. Anja Von Allmen SUI follows on 3rd. ----- Carling Davies CAN is 29th, Jennifer Mcqueeny PUR 40th and Sophia Debs USA 46th among the 60 entrants. ----- The ranking lists and the event website.
Tuesday, August 20, 2019   

Laser Standard & Radial - U21 - European Championship - Dziwnow POL - 140 Standards/69 Radials from 38 nations and 4 continents

 Laser Standard & Radial - U21 - European Championship - Dziwnow POL - 140 Standards/69 Radials from 38 nations and 4 continents The Laser U21 European Championship begins on the Baltic Sea today with 140 Laser Standard from 38 nations and 4 continents among them Norman Stuthers CAN as only North American, as well as 69 Radial Girls from 23 nations, ----- The entry lists, the event website and a 360°-drone panorama of the venue Dziwnow.
 
Top News – Monday, August 19, 2019
Monday, August 19, 2019   

Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 3 - Afternoon update

Contrary to the weak wind forecasts, Enoshima today had a decent, albeit unconstant, Seabreeze between 8 and 15 knots. In half of the classes there was a change of leader. See all rankings and read the report. The updated day 3 results of all North Americans are avaiable as well.
Monday, August 19, 2019   

Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 3, racing underway this Monday morning UTC

 Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 3, racing underway this Monday morning UTC Racing is already underway this morning UTC and the RS:X windsurfers have completed their program. ----- Leader change in the RS:X men with Mengfan Gao CHN new on rank 1. Thomas Goyard FRA on 2nd is 4, Mattia Camboni ITA as 3rd 5 points behind. ----- In the RS:X women, Yunxiu Lu CHN extended her lead on 12 points. Katy Spychakow ISR is on rank 2, Charline Picon FRA follows on 3rd 2 more points back. Farrah Hall USA remains 18th. ----- The wind forecast is not very favorable. By noon, more results may be available on the event website. The media coverage by World Sailing for an event of this importance does not meet the minimum standards by far !
Monday, August 19, 2019   

Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 2 - Erika Reineke 6th Laser Radial, Christopher Barnard 7th Lasers Standard, McNay/Hughes 8th 470 men are in top-10s

 Olympic Test Event - Enoshima JPN - Day 2 - Erika Reineke 6th Laser Radial, Christopher Barnard 7th Lasers Standard, McNay/Hughes 8th 470 men are in top-10s After the rough, windy opening day, light winds prevailed yesterday Sunday in Japan and only a reduced program could be held on day 2 of the Olympic test event in Enoshima JPN. ----- Progress has been made by the North Americans: Christopher Barnard is 4 ranks up on 7th in the Lasers Standard, Stuart McNay/David Hughes advanced on 8th in the 470 men, Erika Reineke stays on 6th and Sarah Douglas CAN on 13th in the Lasers Radial, not to forget Stephanie Roble/Maggie Shea USA as 12th in the 49ersFX. Please find here the the full list of all North American results and the US Sailing Team report. --------------- The top-ranks per class after day two are as follows: Agnieszka Skrzypulec/Jolanta Ogar POL won the only 470 women race and advanced on rank 1. ----- Jordi Xammar/Nicolas Rodriguez ESP defended their lead in the 470 men . ----- In the Lasers Standard, Sam Meech NZL, only 15th, remained on first position overall. . ----- No change on top of the Lasers Radial: The leading three women sailed all their discard results and Maria Erdi HUN stays on the first place. ----- After the two races yesterday, Przybytek/Kolodzinski POL moved on rank 1 in the 49ers . ----- Charlotte Dobson/Saskia Tidey GBR defended their first place in the 49ersFX. ----- Ruggero Tita/Caterina Banti ITA extended their lead in the Nacra 17 on 7 points. ----- In the Finns , the Olympic Champion Giles Scott GBR is new on top. ------ Yunxiu Lu CHN won also the light wind race and her overall lead in the RS:X women after two days is already 11 points. ----- No change in the RS:X men with Thomas Goyard FRA remaining on rank 1. ----- All ranking lists and the daily news.
Monday, August 19, 2019   

J/70 - Sailing Champions League - Finals - St.Moritz SUI - Final results

 J/70 - Sailing Champions League - Finals - St.Moritz SUI - Final results Perfect sailing conditions on Lake St-Moritz on the closing day of the Champions League Final as well, allowing to complete the last qualifications flights and the Final races with the best four Club Teams. ----- With two race wins, the team of the Sydney Royal Yacht Squadron with David Chapman AUS - invited with a wildcard - celebrated the victory over the 23 European teams representing their Clubs at the 2019 Challenge League Final. The Norddeutsche Regatta Verein (Hamburg GER) with Tobias Schadewald GER and the Kalövig Badelaug (Aarhus DEN) mit Lars Vilhelmsen DEN completed the podium. ----- The final ranking list, the news and the full length video of the final day.
Monday, August 19, 2019   

Laser 4.7 - Youth World Championship 2019 - Kingston CAN - Day 1, first races abandoned

 Laser 4.7 - Youth World Championship 2019 - Kingston CAN - Day 1, first races abandoned The Laser 4.7 Youth World Championship in Kingston CAN began yesterday, but the two attempts to sail the initial races of the Boys (2 groups) and Girls were in vain, as the wind died after the first upwind leg. ----- The news and the event website.
Monday, August 19, 2019   

Melges 24 - North American Championship - Traverse City MI, USA - Day 3, Weisleder/McMillan win title on final wet and windy day

On a windy third race day at the 2019 Melges 24 North American Championship, Travis Weisleder and his 'Lucky Dog/Gill Race Team' won the title one point ahead of Richard Reid on 'Zingara', race leader for the past two days. Kevin Welch on 'MiKEY' with Jeff Madrigali at the helm finished 3rd. The Corinthian winner is Fraser McMillan on 'Sunnyvale' as 5th overall. 41 teams from 3 nations participated. ----- The results and the final report.
Monday, August 19, 2019   

A-Cat - British National Championship - Weymouth GBR - Day 1, racing postponed, Bruce Mahoney USA only North American

 A-Cat - British National Championship - Weymouth GBR - Day 1, racing postponed, Bruce Mahoney USA only North American The British A-Cat National Championship, a tune-up race to the A-Cat World Championship to begin next Saturday at the same venue, was initiated yesterday, but the wind was to strong to race. The news. ----- Both Championships are being held in the two categories Foiling and Classic. 53 Cats from 14 nations are on the entry list of the British Nationals, among them the Worlds favorites Mischa Hemskeerk NED and Steve Brewin AUS. The only North American to participate is Bruce Mahoney USA.
Monday, August 19, 2019   

Match Racing - Youth World Championship 2019 - Ekaterinburg RUS - no wind for Finals, Grimes AUS Champion, Parkin USA 5th

 Match Racing - Youth World Championship 2019 - Ekaterinburg RUS - no wind for Finals, Grimes AUS Champion, Parkin USA 5th No wind on Saturday and Sunday at the Match Race Youth World Championship in Ekaterinburg in Central Russia. Only half of Round Robin II could be completed. ----- The Youth Worlds title after this shortened Championshi went to the overall leader Tom Grimes AUS and his team with Nick Egnot-Johnson NZL taking Silver and Jeppe Borch DENearning Bronze. Jack Parkin USA finished on the 5th place. ----- The ranking list.
 
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