Today LIVE beginning at 10.30 h CET: Deutsche Segel-Bundesliga - Glücksburg GER - Day 2
Today LIVE beginning at 10.30 h CET: Deutsche Segel-Bundesliga - Glücksburg GER - Day 2

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Top News – Saturday, October 19, 2019
Saturday, October 19, 2019   (Image © Martina Orsini)

2.4m - World Championship 2019 - Genova ITA - Final results, no changes on the podium, Megan Pascoe GBR champion, Pocklington USA is 20th

 2.4m - World Championship 2019 - Genova ITA - Final results, no changes on the podium, Megan Pascoe GBR champion, Pocklington USA is 20th Finishing on the ranks 1 and 2 in the last races of the 2.4 metre World Championship in Genoa ITA yesterday, Megan Pascoe GBR, among the best disabled sailors for years, grasped the title 6 points ahead of Marko Dahlberg FIN. Fia Fielddahl SWE defended the 3rd place. ----- Tony Pocklington USA (Charlotte Harbour Yacht Club) lost five ranks and terminated on the 20th place among the 85 participants from 17 nations. ----- The results and the event facebook page with pictures and videos.
Saturday, October 19, 2019   

IRC - Middlesea Race - La Valetta MLT - Start today

 IRC - Middlesea Race - La Valetta MLT - Start today The start to the 600-mile Middlesea Race will be given in La Valetta MLT today at 10 a.m. UTC, a race leading around Sicily and the Italian Meditierranean islands Stromboli, Lampedusa and Pancellaria. ----- Among the 110 teams, the 80-foot 'Rambler' of George David USA, 8 time winner and record holder, is the most cited favorite. ----- The preview. ----- The race will probably be started in light winds, but the variable weather systems might bring fresher winds during the race. ----- The weather forecast.
 
Top News – Friday, October 18, 2019
Friday, October 18, 2019   (Image © Martina Orsini)

2.4m - World Championship 2019 - Genoa ITA - Day 3, a duo fighting for the title today, Pocklington USA 15th

 2.4m - World Championship 2019 - Genoa ITA - Day 3, a duo fighting for the title today, Pocklington USA 15th After five races, Megan Pascoe GBR is leading in the 2.4 metre World Championship in Genoa ITA ahead of Marko Dahlberg FIN, both fighting for the Champions title in the last races today. On rank 3 follows Fia Fijelddahl SWE with an 18 point backlog. The defending champion (2017/2018) Stellan Berlin SWE is down in the ranks on 38th after two premature start disqualifications.----- Tony Pocklington USA (Charlotte Harbour Yacht Club) is on the 15th place among the 85 participants from 17 nations, a fleet with numerous disabled sailors, usually racing in Paralympic events, measuring with non-handicapped helmspersons. ----- The results and pictures.
 
Top News – Thursday, October 17, 2019
Thursday, October 17, 2019   

Optimist - Trofeo Torboli - Riva ITA - Final results, almost 300 kids completing 8 races

 Optimist - Trofeo Torboli - Riva ITA - Final results, almost 300 kids completing 8 races After 8 races, Carl Krause GER finished first at the Optimist Trofeo Torboli on Lake Garda held over the past weekend with almost 300 boats on the starting line. Completing the podium of the Juniores Goldfleet were Toni Messeritsch AUT and Alex Demurtas ITA. Ewa Lewandowska POL on rank 20 was the best Girl. ----- Winner in the younger Cadetti was Erik Scheidt LTU/BRA, son of the Olympic medalists Robert Scheidt BRA and Gintare Volungeviciute LTU. Tomaso Picotti ITA followed on rank 2. ----- The ranking lists.
Thursday, October 17, 2019   

News from World Sailing - the CEO Andy Hunt GBR steps down

 News from World Sailing - the CEO Andy Hunt GBR steps down Finally ........ World Sailing Chief Executive Officer, Andy Hunt has notified the Board of Directors that he will be taking on a new role in International Sport in early 2020. During the past four year, Hunt was much critisised especially for the disastrous finance situation and the Olympic event strategies. ----- Let us hope, that a successor familiar with the needs of the sport of sailing and not again a non-sailing buerocrat will be engaged. ----- The press release.
Thursday, October 17, 2019   

Kite Foil - ANOC World Beach Games - Doha QAT - Final results, Men title for Florian Gruber GER ahead of Nico Parlier FRA

 Kite Foil - ANOC World Beach Games - Doha QAT - Final results, Men title for Florian Gruber GER ahead of Nico Parlier FRA Former world and European champion Florian Gruber GER won two consecutive races in the final to become the first men’s Kitefoil Racing ANOC World Beach Games champion aheat of Nicolas Parlier FRA and Guy Bridge GBR. Evan Heffernan USA finished 9th. ----- As reported yesterday, Daniela Morosz USA was the dominating winner in the Kitefoil Women ahead of Julia Damasiewicz POL and Elena Kalinina RUS. ----- The results and the news.
 
Top News – Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Wednesday, October 16, 2019   

Mini 650 - Mini-Transat - Leg 1 - Las Palmas ESP - Day 11, eleven boats still underway

 Mini 650 - Mini-Transat - Leg 1 - Las Palmas ESP - Day 11, eleven boats still underway Yesterday, the bulk of the Mini-Transat fleet arrived at the port of call Las Palmas / Gran Canaria ESP. This morning UTC, 10 Series Minis and Proto were still underway. ----- The race tracker with results and the news. ----- The start to leg two across the Antlantic Ocean to the Caribbeans will be given on November 2.
Wednesday, October 16, 2019   

Match Racing - Womens International Series - Shanghai CHN - Day 4, Claire Leroy FRA about to win

 Match Racing - Womens International Series - Shanghai CHN - Day 4, Claire Leroy FRA about to win Yesterday, the Quarterfinals were sailed in Shanghai, and today, Wednesday, the Semfinals were held already. At 6h a.m UTC, the best four are on the water for the Finals. ----- Claire Leroy FRA leads 2-0 over Johanna Bergquist SWE for victory, and in the Petite Final between Celia Willison NZL and Clare Costanzo AUS, the interim result is the same in favour of the Kiwi. The final ranking list will be available during the morning UTC. ----- The results and the news.
Wednesday, October 16, 2019   

Kite Boarding - ANOC World Beach Games - Doha, Qatar - final results - Gold for Daniela Moroz USA

 Kite Boarding - ANOC World Beach Games - Doha, Qatar - final results - Gold for Daniela Moroz USA Daniela Moroz USA won the Women Kitefoil Racing Gold defeating Julia Damasiewicz POL. Elena Kalinina RUS secured Bronze. ----- Organized by the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC), 97 countries are at the first ever 2019 competition which features 14 disciplines in 13 sports, all non-Olympic events different from the Tokyo 2020 program and are gender equal. ----- The news and the results. ----- Today Wednesday, the Men will held the semi-finals. With Nicolas Parlier FRA and Florian Gruber GER already through, the 12 highest qualifying competitors from the opening series races will battle it out for two remaining places in the final.
 
Top News – Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Tuesday, October 15, 2019   (Image © Christophe Breschi)

Mini 650 - Mini-Transat - Leg 1 - Las Palmas ESP - Day 10, one third of the fleet finished

 Mini 650 - Mini-Transat - Leg 1 - Las Palmas ESP - Day 10, one third of the fleet finished Axel Trehin FRA in the Protos and Ambrogio Beccaria ITA in the Series Minis are the winners of leg 1 of the 2019 Mini Transat. ----- 12 Protos and 22 Series Minis - one third of the fleet - completed the race so far. ----- The race tracker and the news.
Tuesday, October 15, 2019   

18 Footer - Spring Series 2019 - Sydney AUS - Race 1, the 2019/20 season kicked-off

 18 Footer - Spring Series 2019 - Sydney AUS - Race 1, the 2019/20 season kicked-off The 2019/20 Australian 18-Footer League on Sydney Harbour was kicked off last Sunday with new boats and new teams. Winner of race 1 in the Spring Series, sailed in light winds, was 'Noakesailing' with Sean Langman/Ed Powys/Nathan Edwards AUS 32sec ahead of 'Kitchenmaker' with Jordan Girdis/Lachlan Doyle/Tom Quigley AUS. During the whole summer, 18-Footer racing with spectator boats and betting activities is an important entertainment in the Australian metropole. The news, the ranking list and the video replay of the live coverage.
Tuesday, October 15, 2019   

Match Racing - Womens International Series - Shanghai CHN - Day 3, Quarterfinals underway

 Match Racing - Womens International Series - Shanghai CHN - Day 3, Quarterfinals underway The pairings completed after the Repechage yesterday, the Quarterfinals are being sailed this morning UTC in Shanghai CHN, and Johanna Bergquist SWE is already qualified for the Semifinal after defeating Margot Vennin FRA 3-0. In a second Quarterfinal, Claire Constanzo AUS leads 2-1 over Margot Riou FRA. Celia Willison NZL vs Lea Richter DEN and Pauline Courtois FRA vs Ekaterina Chaschchina RUS are the other matches. ----- The results and the daily news.
 
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