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Olympic Worldcup 2018/19 - Act 1 - Enoshima JPN

Sunday, 9. September 2018– Saturday, 15. September 2018

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Monday, September 17, 2018   

Olympic Worldcup 2018/19 - Act 1 - Enoshima JPN - Final results, no NorAms in top-10

 Olympic Worldcup 2018/19 - Act 1 - Enoshima JPN - Final results, no NorAms in top-10 Light winds delayed the second half of the Medal Races yesterday, and at the end of the day, only the Lasers Standard and Radial completed their races (see separate news). The 470s and Finns remained ashore.
For the first time, a Japanese 470 men team won a Worldcup Regatta with Keiju Okada/Jumpei Hokazono JPN as best of the powerful JPN 470 delegation (4 boats in the first 6 !!) shining on the 2020 Olympic home waters. Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS and Daichi Takayama/Kimihiko Imamura JPN followed on the ranks 2 and 3. In the 470 women, Afrodite Zegers/Anneloes Van Veen NED finished first ahead of Ai Kondo/Miho Yoshioka JPN and Benedetta Di Salle/Alessandra Dubbini ITA.
In the Finns, Nicholas Heiner NED is on top ahead of Giles Scott GBR and Ed Wright GBR.

The final results of the North American teams:
• Finn (2): Caleb Paine USA 13th, Luke Muller USA 15th
• 470 M (1): Stu McNay/ Dave Hughes USA 5th

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Monday, September 17, 2018   

Laser - Olympic Worldcup 2018/19 - Act 1 - Enoshima JPN - Final results, Sarah Douglas CAN 6th overall

The two Laser fleets sailed their Medal Races in Japan yesterday in light winds with Sarah Douglas CAN as the only North American qualified.
Elliot Hanson GBR was the premature winner before the final race already. Matthew Wearn AUS and Sam Meech NZL defended their 2nd and 3rd places.
In the Radials, it was once more Marit Bouwmeester NED who dominated the event, winning ahead of Josefin Olsson SWE and Emma Plaesschart BEL. Sarah Douglas CAN finished 5th in the Medal Race and defended her excellent 6th place overall.

The results of the North Americans:
• Laser (5): Chris Barnard USA 29th, Charlie Buckingham USA 30th, Robert Davis CAN 37th, Malcolm Lamphere USA 48th, Marek Zaleski USA 49th
• Laser Radial (4): Sarah Douglas CAN 6th, Haddon Hughes USA 13th, Paige Railey USA 14th, Erika Reineke USA 18th
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Sunday, September 16, 2018   

Olympic Worldcup 2018/19 - Act 1 - Enoshima JPN - Day 7, Sarah Douglas CAN in Medal Race today

The Enoshima JPN Olympic Classes Worldcup continued yesterday with the first 5 Medal Races as well as fleetraces for the other classes.
James Peters/Fynn Sterritt GBR were the winners in the Medal Race as well, confirming their overall victory. In the 49ersFX, the Olympic Champions Martine Grael/Kahena Kunze BRA were the premature winners before the last race already. In the Nacras-17, the long-time leader Tito Ruggero/Caterina Banti ITA were replaced on top by Jason Waterhouse/Lisa Darmanin AUS. Winners in the RS:X windsurfers were Peina Chen CHN in the women and Kiran Badloe NED in the men.

The results of the North American teams so far:
• Laser (5): Chris Barnard USA 29th, Charlie Buckingham USA 30th, Robert Davis CAN 37th, Malcolm Lamphere USA 48th, Marek Zaleski USA 49th
• Laser Radial (4): Sarah Douglas CAN 6th, Haddon Hughes USA 13th, Paige Railey USA 14th, Erika Reineke USA 18th
• Finn (2): Caleb Paine USA 13th, Luke Muller USA 15th
• 49er (2): Christopher Rast/Trevor Burd USA 9th (4th in Medal Race), Judge Ryan/ Hans Henken USA 25th
• 49erFX (2): Stephanie Roble/ Margaret Shea USA 10th (last in Medal Race), Kate Shaner/ Charlotte Mack (USA 21st
• 470 M (1): Stu McNay/ Dave Hughes USA 5th
• Nacra 17 (2): Bora Gulari/Helena Scutt USA 10th (9th in Medal Race), Riley Gibbs/ Louisa Chafee USA 12th

Today, the remaining Medal Races are on the program with Sarah Douglas CAN in the Lasers Radial. The first start however had to be postponed due to lack of wind ..... and the forecast remains not very promising.


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Sunday, September 16, 2018   

Laser Standard & Radial - Olympic Worldcup 18/19, Act 1 - Enoshima JPN - Today Medal Race with Sarah Douglas CAN

 Laser Standard & Radial - Olympic Worldcup 18/19, Act 1 - Enoshima JPN - Today Medal Race with Sarah Douglas CAN The Laser Qualification Series for today's Medal Races were concluded yesterday with 3 race per class.
After another convincing performance, Elliot Hansen GBR is the premature winner in the Standards with a 43 (!) points lead. The fight for Silver and Bronze will be tight today: Thomas Saunders NZL on 2nd is 3 points ahead of Matthew Wearn AUS, and a another 2 points back, Philipp Buhl GER and Sam Meech NZL have a chance for the top 3.
In the Radials, Marit Bouwmeester NED is the premature winner as well. Her advantage on Josefin Olsson SWE is 19 points. Emma Plaesschart BEL on 3erd follows 3 points behind, and also Hannah Snellgrove GBR has chances for a Medal.

Except Sarah Douglas CAN, the North American results are rather disappointing:
• Laser (5): Chris Barnard USA 29th, Charlie Buckingham USA 30th, Robert Davis CAN 37th, Malcolm Lamphere USA 48th, Marek Zaleski USA 49th
• Laser Radial (4): Sarah Douglas CAN 6th, Haddon Hughes USA 13th, Paige Railey USA 14th, Erika Reineke USA 18th

Racing is underway at Press Time (6h UTC).

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Saturday, September 15, 2018   

Olympic Worldcup 2018/19 - Act 1 - Enoshima JPN - Day 5 - first Medal Races sailed

At the Enoshima JPN Olympic Classes Worldcup, the Medal Races for the first half of the Classes, as well as remaining fleetraces are about to be sailed this morning UTC.
Kiran Badloe NED finished first in the RS:X men windsurfers ahead of Mateo Sanz-Lanz SUI. In the RS:X women, Peina Chen CHN is on top ahead of Liliane de Geus NED, and the Nacras-17, Jason Waterhouse/Lisa Darmanin AUS replaced the big favorites Ruggero Tita/Caterina Banti ITA on rank 1.
The 49ers and 49ersFX, are still racing, and the final results will probably be available by 8h a.m. UTC.
Yesterday, only the Lasers Standard could sail a race due to lack of wind. All other classes remained without results. Today, the 470s, Finns and Lasers sailed their last fleetraces.

The results of the North American teams so far:
• Laser (5): Chris Barnard USA 23rd, Charlie Buckingham USA 29th, Robert Davis CAN 40th, Malcolm Lamphere USA 51st, Marek Zaleski USA 54th
• Laser Radial (4): Sarah Douglas CAN 3rd, Haddon Hughes USA 13th, Paige Railey USA 17th, Erika Reineke USA 21st
• Finn (2): Caleb Paine USA 12th, Luke Muller USA 15th
• 49er (2): Christopher Rast/ Trevor Burd USA 10th, Judge Ryan/ Hans Henken USA 25th
• 49erFX (2): Stephanie Roble/ Margaret Shea USA 8th, Kate Shaner/ Charlotte Mack (USA 21st
• 470 M (1): Stu McNay/ Dave Hughes USA 5th
• Nacra 17 (2): Bora Gulari/Helena Scutt USA 10th, Riley Gibbs/ Louisa Chafee USA 12th

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Saturday, September 15, 2018   

Laser Standard & Radial - Olympic Worldcup 2018/19, Act 1 - Pingtan CHN - Day 6, Sarah Douglas CAN still on the excellent 3rd

 Laser Standard & Radial - Olympic Worldcup 2018/19, Act 1 - Pingtan CHN - Day 6, Sarah Douglas CAN still on the excellent 3rd Much rain and almost no wind in Japan yesterday and only the Laser Standards could complete one race with Lorenzo Chiavarini GBR as winner. Elliot Hansen GBR remains on top overall ahead of Tonci Stipanovic CRO and Matthew Wearn AUS. Two more races are on the program today and tomorrow, the Medal Race will be held.
Two races are on the program of the Lasers Radial, one of them already finished this morning UTC. Marit Bouwmeester NED is the new overall leader 4 points ahead of Daphne Van der Vaart NED. With a 7 points' deficit, Sarah Douglas CAN, Allison Young GBR and Hanna Snellgrove remain in the race for Medals.

The results of the North Americans:
• Laser (5): Chris Barnard USA 23rd, Charlie Buckingham USA 29th, Robert Davis CAN 40th, Malcolm Lamphere USA 51st, Marek Zaleski USA 54th9
• Laser Radial (4): Sarah Douglas CAN 3rd, Haddon Hughes USA 13th, Paige Railey USA 17th, Erika Reineke USA 21st

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Friday, September 14, 2018   

Olympic Worldcup 2018/19 - Act 1 - Enoshima JPN - Day 3, Sarah Douglas CAN on 4th in Laser Radials

Light winds prevailed yesterday after two windy days, slackening to an extent, that the Lasers Radial could not sail their races at the end of the afternoon.
In the 470 men, Keiju Okada/Jumpei Holazono JPN extended their lead on Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS to 13 points. On the ranks 3 to 5 follow more Japanese teams. In the 470 women, Benedetta Di Salle/Alessandra Dubbini ITA replaced Afrodite Zegers/Anneloes Van Veen at equal points on top.
James Peters/Fynn Sterritt GBR defended their first place in the 49ers by a small margin. The day's best Lukasz Przybytek/Pawel Kolodzinski POL joined the leaders pointswise on rank one. In the 49ersFX, the Olympic Champions Martine Grael/Kahena Kunze BRA are now already 26 points ahead of the new second-ranked Charlotte Dobson/Saskia Tidey GBR.
In the Finns, Giles Scott GBR stays on top ahead of Nicholas Heiner NED new on rank 2. In the Nacra-17 catamarans, the winning streak of Ruggero Tita/Caterina Banti ITA came to an end, but the Italians still lead with a 5 points' advance on Jason Waterhouse/Lisa Darmanin AUS.
In the RS:X men windsurfers, Kiran Badloe NED still leads 7 points in front of Mattia Camboni ITA. In the RS:X women windsurfers, Peina Cehn CHN is now first ahead of Bryony Shaw GBR.
The Laser information follows below.

The results of the North American teams:
• Laser (5): Charlie Buckingham USA 28th, Chris Barnard USA 29th, Robert Davis CAN 45th, Malcolm Lamphere USA 46th, Marek Zaleski USA 57th
• Laser Radial (4): Sarah Douglas CAN 4th, Haddon Hughes USA 15th, Paige Railey USA 17th, Erika Reineke USA 22nd
• Finn (2): Caleb Paine USA 11th, Luke Muller USA 15th
• 49er (2): Christopher Rast/ Trevor Burd USA 10th, Judge Ryan/ Hans Henken USA 25th
• 49erFX (2): Stephanie Roble/ Margaret Shea USA 8th, Kate Shaner/ Charlotte Mack USA 25th
• 470 M (1): Stu McNay/ Dave Hughes USA 6th
• Nacra 17 (2): Bora Gulari/Helena Scutt USA 10th, Riley Gibbs/ Louisa Chafee USA 12th

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Friday, September 14, 2018   

Laser - Olympic Worldcup 2018/19 - Act 1 - Enoshima JPN - Day 3, Sarah Douglas 4th in Radials

 Laser - Olympic Worldcup 2018/19 - Act 1 - Enoshima JPN - Day 3, Sarah Douglas 4th in Radials For the first time, the breeze on the 2020 Olympic waters was light and slackening yesterday, and sailing as last Class, the Lasers just had enough wind for a Standard race, while the Radials remained without races.
Winning in the Standards, Lorenzo Chiavarini GBR moved up on rank 15. Overall, Eliott Hansen GBR extended his lead on 8 points. Sam Meech NZL and Nick Thompson GBR are the first challengers.
In the Radials, Alison Young GBR is first one point ahead of Marit Bouwmeester NED. Josefin Olsson SWE follows on rank 3.

The results of the North American teams:
• Laser (5): Charlie Buckingham USA 28th, Chris Barnard USA 29th, Robert Davis CAN 45th, Malcolm Lamphere USA 46th, Marek Zaleski USA 57th
• Laser Radial (4): Sarah Douglas CAN 4th, Haddon Hughes USA 15th, Paige Railey USA 17th, Erika Reineke USA 22nd

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Thursday, September 13, 2018   

Olympic Worldcup 2018/19 - Enoshima JPN - Day 2, Sarah Douglas CAN Laser Radial on 4th best NorAm, 4 more in the top-10

Good conditions prevailed also on day 2 of the Enoshima JPN Worldcup event with a 12-15kn wind, and the full program with 2-3 races per class was completed.
In the 470 men, the Japanese teams dominated with 3 boats among the top 4. Keiju Okada/Jumpei Hokazono JPN lead 3 points ahead of Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS. In the 470 woman, Afrodite Zegers/Anneloes Van Veen NED are on rank 1 with a 3 points' advantage on Skrzypulec/Ogar POL.
In the 49ers, James Peters/Fynn Sterrit GBR are on top 2 points' in front of Fletcher/Bithell GBR. First in the 49ersFx, the Olympic Champions Martine Grael/Kahena Kunze BRA are coming back strongly. In their second competition since the Olympic victory, they are clearly leading with two race wins.
In the Finns, the best of the day Jorge Zarif BRA (ranks 3/1) joined the leading Giles Scott GBR on rank 1. In the Nacra 17, Ruggero Tita/Caterina Banti ITA won 5 of the 6 races. With Vittorio Bissaro/Maelle Frascari ITA on rank 2, the Italians rule the class for the moment.
Leader in the RS:X men windsurfers is Kiran Badloe NED 3 points ahead of Mattia Camboni ITA. Dorian Van Rijsselberghe NED follows on rank 3. In the RS:X women windsurfers, 2 Chinese women are on the ranks 1 and 2: Yunxiu Lu CHN and Peina Chen CHN.
For the Laser information, go to the next news text.

The results of the North American teams:
• Laser (5): Chris Barnard USA 25th, Charlie Buckingham USA 30th, Malcolm Lamphere USA 43rd, Robert Davis CAN 44th, Marek Zaleski USA 55th
• Laser Radial (4): Sarah Douglas CAN 4th, Haddon Hughes USA 15th, Paige Railey USA 17th, Erika Reineke USA 22nd
• Finn (2): Caleb Paine USA 10th, Luke Muller USA 15th
• 49er (2): Christopher Rast/ Trevor Burd USA 9th, Judge Ryan/ Hans Henken USA 24th
• 49erFX (2): Stephanie Roble/ Margaret Shea USA 8th, Kate Shaner/ Charlotte Mack (USA 20th
• 470 M (1): Stu McNay/ Dave Hughes USA 16th
• Nacra 17 (2): Riley Gibbs/ Louisa Chafee USA 10th, Bora Gulari/ Helena Scutt USA 11th

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Thursday, September 13, 2018   

Laser - Olympic Worldcup 2018/19 - Act 1 - Enoshima JPN - Day 2, Sarah Douglas CAN 4th

 Laser - Olympic Worldcup 2018/19 - Act 1 - Enoshima JPN - Day 2, Sarah Douglas CAN 4th Moderate 12 to 15kn winds prevailed on the second day of the Enoshima JPN Worldcup event and both Laser fleets completed 3 races each. As from today, the windforecast predicts some lighter breeze.
The new leader in the Laser Standards after a race win today is Elliott Hansen GBR, one point ahead of Michael Beckett GBR and Matthew Wearn AUS at equal points on 2nd and 3rd.
In the Radials, Alison Young GBR, best of the day (2/4), has taken the lead ahead of Marit Bouwmeester NED and Josefin Olsson SWE closely behind.

The results of the North American teams:
• Laser (5): Chris Barnard USA 25th, Charlie Buckingham USA 30th, Malcolm Lamphere USA 43rd, Robert Davis CAN 44th, Marek Zaleski USA 55th
• Laser Radial (4): Sarah Douglas CAN 4th, Haddon Hughes USA 15th, Paige Railey USA 17th, Erika Reineke USA 22nd

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Wednesday, September 12, 2018   

Olympic Worldcup 2018/19 - Act 1 - Enoshima JPN - Day 2, excellent 2nd of Sarah Douglas CAN, top-10 results in 4 more classes

Yesterday morning, the first Olympic Classes Worldcup Event 2018/9 began on the Olympic waters 2020 of Enshima JPN. This morning, the first results of the day are still missing, apparently, the starts have been postponed.
Yesterday, all classes completed 2 to 3 races in good 12-15kn wind conditions. Here the result overview by yesterday evening, probably to be updated during this Wednesday.

The results of the North American teams:
• Laser (5): Charlie Buckingham USA 34th, Chris Barnard USA 35th, Malcolm Lamphere(USA 40th, Robert Davis CAN 44th, Marek Zaleski USA 59th
• Laser Radial (4): Sarah Douglas CAN 2nd, Haddon Hughes USA 12th, Paige Railey USA 16th, Erika Reineke USA 18th
• Finn (2): Caleb Paine USA 7th, Luke Muller USA 9th
• 49er (2): Christopher Rast/ Trevor Burd USA 9th, Judge Ryan/ Hans Henken USA 23rd
• 49erFX (2): Stephanie Roble/ Margaret Shea USA 8th, Kate Shaner/ Charlotte Mack (USA 20th
• 470 M (1): Stu McNay/ Dave Hughes USA 15th
• Nacra 17 (2): Bora Gulari/ Helena Scutt USA 10th, Riley Gibbs/ Louisa Chafee USA 11th

Racing can be followed live over GPS tracking. By noon UTC, racing of the day - if any - will be completed and the full overall results of the day will be posted.
Tuesday, September 11, 2018   

Olympic Worldcup 2018/19 - Act 1 - Enoshima JPN - Day 1, with NorAm top-10 results in Radials, Finns, 49ers/49erFX, Nacra-17

 Olympic Worldcup 2018/19 - Act 1 - Enoshima JPN - Day 1, with NorAm top-10 results in Radials, Finns, 49ers/49erFX, Nacra-17 The first Act of the 2018/19 Olympic Classes Worldcup began today on the 2020 Olympic Waters of Enoshima JPN and the first races have already been completed. The full result of today will be available around noon UTC.
In the 470 men, Peponnet/Mion FRA won the first race. In the 470 women, Hanna Mills/Eilidh McIntyre GBR were on top.
In the 49ers, Fletcher/Bithell GBR lead after 3 races ahead of Przsybytek/Kolodzinski POL.
Josh Junior NZL won the only Finn race.
In the RS:X men windsurfers, Mattia Camboni ITA is in the lead.
In the Nacras 17, Ruggero Tita/Caterina Banti ITA as 1st earned two bullets. on their comback, Billy Bessen/Marie Riou FRA followed on rank 3.

The results of the North American teams:
• Laser (5): Chris Barnard USA 33rd, Charlie Buckingham USA 34th, Malcolm Lamphere(USA 39th, Robert Davis CAN 43rd, Marek Zaleski USA 58th
• Laser Radial (4): Sarah Douglas CAN 3rd, Paige Railey USA 12th, Haddon Hughes USA 18th, Erika Reineke USA 23rd
• Finn (2): Caleb Paine USA 9th, Luke Muller USA 14th
• 49er (2): Christopher Rast/ Trevor Burd USA 9th, Judge Ryan/ Hans Henken USA 24th
• 49erFX (2): Stephanie Roble/ Margaret Shea USA 2nd, Kate Shaner/ Charlotte Mack (USA 22nd
• 470 M (1): Stu McNay/ Dave Hughes USA 19th
• Nacra 17 (2): Riley Gibbs/ Louisa Chafee USA 6th, Bora Gulari/ Helena Scutt USA 12th

All other classes were not yet active this morning UTC. The complete results overview will be available by noon UTC.


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