International – Saturday, September 21, 2019
Saturday, September 21, 2019   

Flying Dutchman - European Championship 2019 - Balatonföldvar HUN - Final results, Majteny/Domokos HUN win the title

The FD European Championship on Lake Balaton was concluded yesterday with a final light-wind race won by Jioi Hruby/Roman Houdek CZE. Szabolcz Majthenyi/Andras Domokos HUN were the premature Champions before the last day already, winning their 6th title. The eternal duel between the former Olympic medalists (FD and 470) Jörn and Bodo Borowski GER and Jörgen and Jens Bojsen-Möller DEN ended in favour of the Germans. ----- Paul Hemker/Gergely Lacsny USA (BLSA) remained on rank 59 among the 62 teams from 14 nations. ----- The results after nine races and the final report.
International – Friday, September 20, 2019
Friday, September 20, 2019   

F50-Catamaran - Sail GP - Final - Marseille FRA - Start today

 F50-Catamaran - Sail GP - Final - Marseille FRA - Start today Today, the start to the 'Grand Final', the 5th and last event of the 2019 SailGP Series sailed on F50 catamarans, will be given off Marseille FRA. Racing will not only be for glory and honors, but for a record One-Million-$-Prize Money for the winning team. The favorites are clear: 'Team Australia' with Tom Slingsby AUS dominted the season so far and only 'Team Japan' with Nathan Outteridge AUS was able to keep the pace. ----- The official preview.
Friday, September 20, 2019   

Flying Dutchman - European Championship 2019 - Balatonföldvar HUN - Day 4, Majthenyi/Domokos HUN premature Champions

 Flying Dutchman - European Championship 2019 - Balatonföldvar HUN - Day 4, Majthenyi/Domokos HUN premature Champions Winning two of the three races yesterday, Szabocs Majthenyi/Andras Domokos HUN are the premature European Champions before the final race today, their sixth title. Jörn Borowski/Bodo Borowski GER and Jörgen and Jens Bojsen-Möller DEN will duel for Silver and Bronze today. ------ Paul Hemker/Gergely Lacsny USA (BLSA) remain on rank 59. ----- The results and the report.
International – Thursday, September 19, 2019
Thursday, September 19, 2019   

Flying Dutchman - European Championship 2019 - Balatonföldvar HUN - Day 3, rough conditions, new leaders Szabolcs/Majthenyi HUN

 Flying Dutchman - European Championship 2019 - Balatonföldvar HUN - Day 3, rough conditions, new leaders Szabolcs/Majthenyi HUN After the initial lull conditions at the FD Europeans on Lake Balaton, a rough 20-25kn breeze filled in yesterday allowing to complete 4 spectacular races. Finishing 3/1/3/1, Szabolcs/Majthenyi HUN took the overall lead 5 points ahead of Bojsen-Möller/Bojsen-Möller DEN. Borowski/Borowski GER advanced on rank 3, but their backlog is already 21 points. ----- Paul Hemker/Gergely Lacsny USA (BLSA) completed only one race and are now on rank 59.. ----- The ranking list and the daily news.
Thursday, September 19, 2019   

America's Cup News - Team New Zealand and American Magic launched their AC75

During the last two weeks, the America's Cup syndicates 'Team New Zealand' und 'American Magic' christened and splaced their AC75 Cuppers and started to the first tune-up and test rides. The quite differently designed boats already demonstrated their foiling capacities in light winds. ----- Here the report on Team New Zealand by Richard Gladwell NZL and the news of American Magic.
Thursday, September 19, 2019   

470, 49er, 49erFX, Nacra-17 - 2019 Oakcliff Triple Crown Series - Oyster Bay NY - Final results

 470, 49er, 49erFX, Nacra-17 - 2019 Oakcliff Triple Crown Series - Oyster Bay NY - Final results Winners of Stage 1 of the Oakcliff Triple Crown Series, held over the past weekend on Oyster Bay, were after 7 (470) respectively 6 (49ers) races Stuart McNay/Dave Hughes 470 men, Carmen Cowles/Emma Cowles (Larchmont YC) 470 women, Nevin Snow/Dane Wilson (San Diego YC) 49ers and Paris Henken/Anna Tobias (San Diego YC) 49ersFX. The Nacra-17 were not present. The ranking lists. ----- This competition consists of a series of 3 regattas per season for 470 men and women, 49er, 49erFX, and Nacra 17 with 12 races per class scheduled for each regatta. A pool of up to $500,000, in prize grants, is awarded to top finishers each season. According to the Notice of Race, the prize money per Class awarded at Stage 1 was therefore for rank 1 $16,666, rank 2 $13,333 and rank 3 $3,333 provided that 8 boats participated as this was the case in the 470 men. With at least 4 boats (all other classes) present, 50% of the price money was at stake. ----- The event website and the Notice of Race with all details. ----- Stages 2 and 3 will be held on Oyster Bay on September 28/29 and October 5/6.
International – Wednesday, September 18, 2019
International – Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Tuesday, September 17, 2019   

Flying Dutchman - European Championship 2019 - Balatonföldvar HUN - Day 1, the Olympians Jörgen and Jacob Bojsen-Möller DEN on top

 Flying Dutchman - European Championship 2019 - Balatonföldvar HUN - Day 1, the Olympians Jörgen and Jacob Bojsen-Möller DEN on top Finishing on the ranks 1 and 2 yesterday, the Olympic medalists Jörgen and Jacob Bojsen-Möller DEN are on top of the Flying Dutchman European Championship rankings on Lake Balaton HUN. Majthenyi/Domokos HUN and Ziegler/Czeiszel HUN follow on the ranks 2 and 3. Paul Hemker/Gergely Lacsny USA (BLSA) are 57th among the 61 participants from 14 nations. ----- Moderate winds allowed to complete two races on the opening day of the Championship of this former Olympic Class. ----- The results and the news.
Tuesday, September 17, 2019   

Star - 2019 Star North American Championship - Toms River NJ - Final results

 Star - 2019 Star North American Championship - Toms River NJ - Final results After winning the Star Eastern Hemisphere Championship on the Attersee GER a week ago, Augie Diaz, this time with the Brazilian Henry Boening (Coral Reef YC/Biscayne Bay YC) won the Star North American Championship held September 11-14 in Toms River, NJ, 4 respectively 5 points ahead of Tomas Hornos/Josh Revkin (Boston YC) and George Szabo/Kevin Hetherington-Young (San Diego YC). ----- 30 boats completed the 7 races of this Silver Star event. ----- The final results.
Tuesday, September 17, 2019   

Moth - UK National Championship 2019 - Castle Cove GBR - Final results, winner Dylan Fletcher GBR tied with Brad Funk USA

 Moth - UK National Championship 2019 - Castle Cove GBR - Final results, winner Dylan Fletcher GBR tied with Brad Funk USA After 11 races over the past weekend, Dylan Fletcher GBR, the SailGP and 49er helmsman, won the Moth UK National Champion title ahead of Brad Funk USA at equal points. On rank 3 followed Benoît Marie FRA. ----- After a windy opening day (here the video), the 70 participants from 14 nations encountered moderate conditions. ----- The ranking list and the video of the final day.
International – Monday, September 16, 2019
Monday, September 16, 2019   

GC32-Catamaran - Racing Tour - Act 4 - Riva ITA - Final results, Alinghi SUI 1st, Argo USA 5th

 GC32-Catamaran - Racing Tour - Act 4 - Riva ITA - Final results, Alinghi SUI 1st, Argo USA 5th The 19th and final race of Act 4 of the GC32-Racing Tour on Lake Garda was crucial for the Riva Cup victory of 'Alinghi' with Arnaud Psasophaghis SUI. 'Oman Air' with Adam Monoprio NZL opened the race day with three flawless wins leading with 2 points before the last heat, that went in favour of the Swiss. Finishing only 3rd behind 'Red Bull Racing', the Omani were joined point-wise on top by 'Alinghi' and the victory in the final race broke the tie for Arnaud Psarofaghis SUI. 'Red Bull Racing' with Roman Hagara AUT finished 3rd overall. 'Argo' of Jason Carroll USA was on rank 5. ----- The results and the news.
Monday, September 16, 2019   

Various Classes - 2019 Big Boat Series - San Francisco CA - Final results after a perfect race day on Frisco Bay

 Various Classes - 2019 Big Boat Series - San Francisco CA - Final results after a perfect race day on Frisco Bay John Brigden (Menlo Park, CA, USA) with his team won the race of the day in the J/70s and finished clearly on top overall ahead of Scott Sellers/Geoff McDonald/Harrison Turner (Emerald Hills, CA, USA). In the J/105, the largest fleet, Ryan Simmons (Sausalito, CA, USA) had no problem defending rank 1 10 points in front of 'Ne*Ne' of Tim Russell (Novato, CA, USA). ----- No change on top of the ORR A class. 'Elyxir', the Santa Cruz 52 with Skip Ely (La Selva Beach, CA, USA) finished 2nd yesterday, and the race win of 'Blue', the Swan 53-2 of Paul Ray (San Francisco, CA, USA) was not enough to reclaim rank 1. With another bullet, 'Kuai', the Melges 32 of Daniel Thielman, San Francisco, CA, USA, estended the lead in the ORR B class on 12 points. In the ORR C, 'Elusive', the Swan 42 Club of Thomas Furlong (Danville, CA, USA) won the race an replaced 'Chance', the J/120 of Barry Lewis (Atherton, CA, USA) on top. 'Peregrine', the J/120 of David Halliwill (New York, NY, USA) remained 3rd. ----- The final day on the Frisco Bay Tour Course was held in splendid sailing conditions. -----The results of all eight Classes/Divisions, the final report, an 48 minute summary of the day and the Big Boat event website.
International – Sunday, September 15, 2019
Sunday, September 15, 2019   

Laser Standard & Radial - Master World Championship - Port Zelande NED - Final results, North Americans with 3 podiums

 Laser Standard & Radial - Master World Championship - Port Zelande NED - Final results, North Americans with 3 podiums The Laser World Masters in the Netherlands were concluded yesterday in light winds, allowing the Standards to complete the planned two races in the morning in a 5-7kn wind, while the Radial in the afternoon had to content themselves with just one race. ----- In the Lasers Standard, Dave Ridley NZL replaced the tied Edoardo Van Vianen NED on top of the Apprentices (35-45). No changes occurred - as expected - in all other age categories. The winners are Serge Kats NED Masters (45-55), Carlos Martinez ESP Grand Masters (55-65), Wolfgang Gerz GER Great Grand Masters (65-75). ----- In the Lasers Radial, the winners are Jon Emmett GBR Apprentices, Scott Leigh NZL Masters, Gilles Coadou FRA Grand Masters, Jeff Loosemore AUS Great Grand Masters, Kerry Waraker AUS Legends. ----- The best North Americans were in the Lasers Standard Gord Welsh CAN 5th Apprentices, Peter Hurley USA 6th Masters, Peter Vesella USA 9th Grand Masters and Don Hahl USA 5th Great Grand Masters. ----- In the Lasers Radial Robert Hallawell USA 7th Masters, Timothy Woodford 3rd Grand Masters, Bill Symes USA 2nd Great Grand Masters and Johan Van Rossem 2nd Legends. ----- The event website with all Ranking lists and the final report.
Sunday, September 15, 2019   

GC32-Catamaran - Racing Tour - Act 4 - Riva ITA - Day 3, Alinghi remains on top

 GC32-Catamaran - Racing Tour - Act 4 - Riva ITA - Day 3, Alinghi remains on top 'Alinghi' with Arnaud Psarofaghis SUI defended the first place, but her lead on 'Oman Air' before the last planned five races today is only 4 points. ----- Three races in the morning Peler Northwind and three heats in a moderate afternoon Ora provided for an intensive race day on Lake Garda. ----- The results and the news.
Sunday, September 15, 2019   (Image © Daniel Forster)

Melges IC37 - 2019 New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup - Newport, RI - Final results, Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron replaced San Diego YC on top

 Melges IC37 - 2019 New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup - Newport, RI - Final results, Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron replaced San Diego YC on top Finishing 18th in the first of three races yesterday, the San Diego YC gave everything away, as the ranks 1 and 2 in the following races did not help to reclaim the overall lead from the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron, not so brillinat yesterday as well with the ranks 4/8/4. After a slow start in the first races, the Aussies delivered without a downer and finished 4 points ahead of the SoCals. ----- The final results, the event facebook page and the event website.
Sunday, September 15, 2019   

Melges 20 - European Championship - Malcesine ITA - Final results, Pancinotti ITA Champion, Michas USA 10th

 Melges 20 - European Championship - Malcesine ITA - Final results, Pancinotti ITA Champion, Michas USA 10th No changes on the podium on the final day of the Melges 20 Europeans on Lake Garda with a superior Filippo Pancinotti ITA (tactics Manu Weiller ESP) as premature Champion before the last race of the event. Igor Rytov RUS and Alessandro Agostinelli ITA earned Silver and Bronze. Alexis Michas USA moved up on the 10th place with the day ranks 3 and 6. ----- The ranking list.
Sunday, September 15, 2019   

Various Classes - 2019 Big Boat Series - San Francisco CA - Day 3, a perfect Frisco Bay seabreeze day

 Various Classes - 2019 Big Boat Series - San Francisco CA - Day 3, a perfect Frisco Bay seabreeze day After two light-wind days, due to the unusual high temperatures, the Frisco Bay seabreeze was back yesterday, initially around 10kn increasing during the day and ending with gusts of up to 25kn, allowing to complete two races. ----- Leader change in the J/70s but the first three teams of John Brigden (Menlo Park, CA, USA), Tracy Usher (Montara, CA, USA) and Scott Sellers/Geoff McDonald/Harrison Turner (Emerald Hills, CA, USA) are only three points apart. In the J/105, the largest fleet, Ryan Simmons (Sausalito, CA, USA) extended the lead on 9 points with the day ranks 1 and 2. ----- In the ORR A class,'Elyxir', the Santa Cruz 52 with Skip Ely (La Selva Beach, CA, USA) is new on top, but 'Blue', the Swan 53-2 of Paul Ray (San Francisco, CA, USA) is only 2 points behind. No change in the ORR B with 'Kuai', the Melges 32 of Daniel Thielman, San Francisco, CA, USA, on first with a 7 point lead. Close racing however in the ORR C with the trio 'Chance', the J/120 of Barry Lewis (Atherton, CA, USA), 'Elusive', the Swan 42 Club of Thomas Furlong (Danville, CA, USA) and 'Peregrine', the J/120 of David Halliwill (New York, NY, USA) separated by 3 points only. ----- All results, the news of day 3 and the Big Boat event website. ----- Racing continues today, Sunday, September 15, with a scheduled Bay Tour course designed to give crews plenty of opportunities to air-out their upwind and downwind inventories one final time.
International – Saturday, September 14, 2019
Saturday, September 14, 2019   

Laser Standard & Radial - Master World Championship - Port Zelande NED - Day 5, Champions practically decided in 6 of the 9 events before the last races of today

 Laser Standard & Radial - Master World Championship - Port Zelande NED - Day 5, Champions practically decided in 6 of the 9 events before the last races of today Two more races were sailed yesterday at the Laser World Masters in the Netherlands in a 10kn wind, and in a number of class categories, preliminary decisions have been made before the final races of today. ----- In the Lasers Standard, Wolfgang Gerz GER has a 12 point lead in the Great Grand Masters (65-75). Don Hahl USA stayed on rank 4. Carlos Martinez ESP with a 23 point advantage in the Grand Masters (55-65) can hardly be removed from the top. Peter Vesella USA is down on 6th. Even 33 points is the advance of Serge Kats NED in the Standard Masters (45-55). Peter Hurley USA] remained on 6th. Only in the Standard Apprentices (35-45), the outcome is open as the first three - Van Vianen NED, West ESP and Scott NZL - are separated by 2 points only. Gord Welsh CAN on rank 4 is 18 points from the podium. ----- In the Lasers Radial, most decisions re the Champions seem to be made as well. Scott Leigh NZL is first in the Radial Masters (45-55) with a 13 point advance. Robert Hallawell USA follows on rank 7. Jeff Loosemore AUS in the Radial Great Grand Masters (65-75) has also a 13 point advantage on Bill Symes USA on 2nd. Another dominating leader is Jon Emmett GBR in the Radial Apprentices (35-45) 13 points ahead as well. In the Radial Grand Masters (55-65) however, the title will be decided today in a duel between Gilles Coadou FRA and 5 points behind Kim Tan NED. Timothy Woodford CAN will remain on rank 3. Close is the situation also in the Radial Legends (75 ) with Kerry Waraker AUS, Johan Van Rossem CAN and Kevin Philipps AUS within 3 points only. ----- The daily news with links to the ranking lists.
Saturday, September 14, 2019   

GC32-Catamaran - Racing Tour - Act 4 - Riva ITA - Day 2, Alinghi still first now ahead of Oman Air

 GC32-Catamaran - Racing Tour - Act 4 - Riva ITA - Day 2, Alinghi still first now ahead of Oman Air With the ranks 2/1/1, 'Oman Air' with Adam Minoprio NZL was the team of the day moving up on rank 2 overall with a 4 point backlog on the still leading 'Alinghi' with Arnaud Psarofaghis SUI. ----- Only three instead of the five planned races could be sailed, as the Ora was late yesterday afternoon. ----- The ranking list and the news.
Saturday, September 14, 2019   

Melges IC37 - 2019 New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup - Newport, RI - Day 4, San Diego YC and Royal Sydney YS will duel for victory today

 Melges IC37 - 2019 New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup - Newport, RI - Day 4, San Diego YC and Royal Sydney YS will duel for victory today Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron AUS won the day again, reducing the gap on the still leading San Diego YC USA to just one point before the last three races today. The rest of the fleet, led by the Royal Canadian YC CAN, are 16 and much more points behind. ----- It was a difficult day for helmsmen and their tacticians with a shifty and gusty northeasterly breeze. ----- The results, the news, the event facebook page and the event website. ----- Racing can be followed live over a race tracker as from 11h AM EDT.
Saturday, September 14, 2019   

Melges 20 - European Championship - Malcesine ITA - Day 3, Pacinotti ITA remains 1st, Michas USA down on 16th

 Melges 20 - European Championship - Malcesine ITA - Day 3, Pacinotti ITA remains 1st, Michas USA down on 16th No change on top of the ranking after the three races of yesterday at the Melges 20 Europeans on Lake Garda with Filippo Pacinotti ITA and his team in the lead ahead of Igor Rytov RUS. Alessandro Agostinelli ITA is new on rank 3. Bad day for Alexis Michas USA dropping on rank 16. ----- The ranking list.
Saturday, September 14, 2019   (Image © Sharon Green / Rolex)

Various Classes - 2019 Big Boat Series - San Francisco CA - Day 2, light winds, only two races so far

 Various Classes - 2019 Big Boat Series - San Francisco CA - Day 2, light winds, only two races so far Leaders after two days are in the largest fleets, the J/70 with 14 and the J/105 with 23 boats Scott Sellers/Geoff McDonald/Harrison Turner, Emerald Hills, CA, USA on the J/70 '1FA', and Ryan Simmons, Sausalito, CA, USA, on the J/105 'Blackhawk'. 'Blue', the Swan 53-2 of Paul Ray, San Francisco, CA, USA, is first in the ORR A class, 'Kuai', the Melges 32 of Daniel Thielman, San Francisco, CA, USA, leads in the ORR B class, and 'Peregrine', the J/120 of David Halliwill, New York, NY, USA, is on top of the ORR C class. ----- All results. ----- 79 boat split in 8 One-Design and ORR classes are participating in the 55th edition of the Big Boat Series consisting of four days of buoy racing on San Francisco Bay, organised by the St. Francis YC. The high temperatures ashore during the past two days made it difficult to run races, and only one race each day could be completed in very light winds. ----- The news of day 2 and the Big Boat event website. ----- Racing continues today, Saturday, September 14, with two planned races and a significantly improved forecast, followed by Sunday’s scheduled long-form Bay Tour course. But the good news is that Saturday and Sunday look to be typical San Francisco Bay conditions.
International – Friday, September 13, 2019
Friday, September 13, 2019   

Laser Standard & Radial - Master World Championship - Port Zelande NED - Day 4, three North Americans on Medal positions

 Laser Standard & Radial - Master World Championship - Port Zelande NED - Day 4, three North Americans on Medal positions Racing resumed at the Laser World Masters in the Netherlands with two heats sailed in a 10-15kn wind. ----- In the Lasers Standard, Wolfgang Gerz GER is on a safe way to the Great Grand Masters (65-75) title. Don Hahl USA stayed on rank 4. The same is true for Serge Kats NED, Masters (45-55) on first in the Standard Masters. Peter Hurley USA] remained on 6th. In the Standard Grand Masters, Carlos Martinez ESP extended his lead on Thomas Nordquist SWE. Peter Vesella USA is up on 4th again. No change in the Standard Apprentices where Jared West ESP is on top, Gord Welsh CAN on rank 5. ----- In the Lasers Radial, most decisions re the Champions seem to be made. Only in the Legends (75+), the ranks 1 and 2 - Kerry Waraker AUS and Johan Van Rossem CAN - are separated by one point only. In the Radial Grand Masters (55-65), Gilles Coadou FRA is on a solid first place. Timothy Woodford CAN kept rank 3. Jeff Loosemore AUS defended his first place in the Radial Great Grand Masters (65-75). Bill Symes USA moved up on rank 2. In the Standard Masters, Scott Leith NZL is first, Robert Hallawell USA advanced on rank 7. Superior leader in the Radial Apprentices is Jon Emmett GBR. ----- The daily news with links to all ranking lists.
Friday, September 13, 2019   

GC32-Catamaran - Racing Tour - Act 4 - Riva ITA - Day 1, Alinghi first leader, Argo USA 5th

 GC32-Catamaran - Racing Tour - Act 4 - Riva ITA - Day 1, Alinghi first leader, Argo USA 5th Act 4 of the GC32 Racing Tour began on Lake Garda yesterday in a moderate 10 to 15kn Ora breeze with five races. 'Alinghi' with Arnaud Psarofaghis SUI is the first leader 4 points ahead of 'Red Bull Racing' mit Roman Hagara AUT. 'Argo' of Jason Carroll USA is 5th. ----- The results and the news.
Friday, September 13, 2019   (Image © Daniel Forster)

Melges IC37 - 2019 New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup - Newport, RI - Day 3, San Diego YC still 1st, but with reduced advantage

 Melges IC37 - 2019 New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup - Newport, RI - Day 3, San Diego YC still 1st, but with reduced advantage San Diego YC USA defended rank one, but with a (non-discardable) 16th place in the second race of the day, the advantage on the second-ranked Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron AUS was reduced from the former 17 to 4 points only. Successful day also for the Royal Canadian YC CAN and the Royal Cork YC IRL, both with day ranks 1 and 5, on the 3rd and 4th places overall. ----- Big breeze and big waves tested the competition on the third day of the 2019 New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup. ----- . ----- The results, the event facebook page and the event website. ----- Racing can be followed live over a race tracker.
Friday, September 13, 2019   

5o5 - Euro-Cup - Act 4 - Hayling Island GBR - Final results, Gilbert/McCrane GBR 1st, Holt/Smit USA 5th

 5o5 - Euro-Cup - Act 4 - Hayling Island GBR - Final results, Gilbert/McCrane GBR 1st, Holt/Smit USA 5th Roger Gilbert/Ben McCrane GBR won the 4th Act of the 5o5 Euro-Cup in Haying Island GBR 3 points ahead of Paul Brotherton/Alan Sign GBR. This final event of the 2019 Series was concluded last Sunday with 8 races completed mostly in moderate conditions. 28 teams from 8 nations participated, among them Mike Holt/Carl Smit USA (Santa Cruz YC) finishing on rank 5. Craig Thompson/Paddy Lewis USA (Thompson Boat Works) are on rank 13. ----- The ranking list and the news.
Friday, September 13, 2019   

Melges 20 - European Championship 2019 - Malcesine ITA - Day 2, Pancinotti ITA first, Michas USA 11th

 Melges 20 - European Championship 2019 - Malcesine ITA - Day 2, Pancinotti ITA first, Michas USA 11th Filippo Pancinotti ITA and his team (tactics Manu Weiller ESP) won all three races of the day and are the clear overall leaders at he Melges 20 European Championship on Lake Garda. Igor Rytov RUS remains on rank 2. Alexis Michas USA and his team are up on rank 11 after four races. ----- The results and the news
International – Thursday, September 12, 2019
Thursday, September 12, 2019   

Laser Standard & Radial - Masters World Championship - Port Zelande NED - Day 4

 Laser Standard & Radial - Masters World Championship - Port Zelande NED - Day 4 Lay day at the Laser World Masters in the Netherlands yesterday before the crucial phase of the Championship begins today. In most Class and Age Categories, the leading boats are closely together. ----- Please find here all Laser Standard ranking lists and the Laser Radial ranking lists. ----- Six races are on the program until Saturday. ----- The event website.
Thursday, September 12, 2019   (Image © Daniel Forster)

Melges IC37 - 2019 New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup - Newport, RI - Day 2, San Diego YC dominating

 Melges IC37 - 2019 New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup - Newport, RI - Day 2, San Diego YC dominating Three races were held yesterday at the NYYC Invitational Cup in Newport, RI, and the dominating leader is the San Diego YC , 17 points ahead of a group of 5 teams from AUS, JPN, CAN, IRL and ITA within 5 points. ----- The results and the event website. Racing can be followed live over a race tracker.
Thursday, September 12, 2019   

Melges 20 - European Championship - Malcesine ITA - Day 1, Prosikhin RUS first leader, Michas USA 14th

 Melges 20 - European Championship - Malcesine ITA - Day 1, Prosikhin RUS first leader, Michas USA 14th Vladimir Prosikhin RUS (tactics Morgan Reeser USA) won the first race at the well-attended Melges 20 European Championship on Lake Garda, held in a light Ora breeze around 10kn. Igor Rytov RUS and Filippo Pancinotti ITA followed on the ranks 2 and 3. Alexis Michas USA and his team were on rank 14 among the 37 teams. ----- The ranking list and the daily news.
International – Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Wednesday, September 11, 2019   

Laser Standard & Radial - Master World Championship 2019 - Port Zelande NED - Day 3 with top-10 results for North Americans

 Laser Standard & Radial - Master World Championship 2019 - Port Zelande NED - Day 3 with top-10 results for North Americans Moderate winds filled in late in the afternoon, reducing the program in the Lasers Standard, where Wolfgang Gerz GER is now the clear leader in the Great Grand Masters (65-75). Don Hahl USA is 4th. In the Standard Grand Masters, Carlos Martinez ESP leads one point ahead of Thomas Nordquist SWE. Peter Vesella USA is now 7th. In the Standard Masters, the dominator is Serge Kats NED. Peter Hurley USA is 6th. In the Standard Apprentices, Jared West ESP is on top. Gord Welsh CAN is on rank 5. The Laser Standard ranking lists. ----- In the Lasers Radial, Johann Van Rossem CAN has reclaimed the lead in the Legends (75+). Peter Seidenberg USA descended on 4th after a ufd-penalty. In the Radial Grand Masters (55-65), Gilles Coadou FRA is back on top. Timothy Woodford CAN is on rank 3. Jeff Loosemore AUS and 2 points behind Henk Wittenberg NED are leading in the Radial Great Grand Masters (65-75). Bill Symes USA is 4th. In the Standard Masters, Scott Leith NZL is first, Robert Hallawell USA 9th. Radial Apprentices leader is Jon Emmett GBR.The Laser Radial ranking lists and the event website.
Wednesday, September 11, 2019   

Melges IC37 - 2019 New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup - Day 1

 Melges IC37 - 2019 New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup - Day 1 Winner of race one of the Invitational Cup yesterday, started late in the afternoon, was the team of the Japan Sailing Federation ahead of the San Diego YC USA and the YC Costa Smeralda ITA. 20 amateur teams representing 14 countries and 5 continents take part in this event, consisting of 12 races without discard until September 14th. ----- First organised in 2009 by the New York YC in Newport, R.I., this biennual competion was sailed in a fleet of Club Swan 42 until 2017. For 2019, the New York YC Invitational Cup is the first to utilize the Club's fleet of 20 purpose-built IC37 raceboats. ----- The results and the event website. Racing can be followed live over a race tracker.
International – Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Tuesday, September 10, 2019   

Laser Standard & Radial - Master World Championship 2019 - Port Zelande NED - Day 2, North Americans in top ranks, Seidenberg USA 1st Legend

 Laser Standard & Radial - Master World Championship 2019 - Port Zelande NED - Day 2, North Americans in top ranks, Seidenberg USA 1st Legend In the Lasers Radial, Jon Emmet GBR is first in the Apprentices (age 35-45) with three race wins. Leith Scott NZL is on top of the Masters. Robert Hallawell USA follows as 5th. Peter Seidenberg USA has taken the lead in the Legends (75 ) ahead of Johan Van Rossem CAN. In the largest fleet, the Radial Grand Master (55-65), Kim Tan NED replaced Gilles Coadou FRA on top of the rankings. Timothy Woodford CAN is 3rd. In the Great-Grand-Masters, Robert Lowndes AUS is first ahead of Bill Symes USA. ----- In the Lasers Standard, Serge Kats NED extended his lead in the Masters (45-55). Peter Hurley USA is 10th. The new leader in the Grand Masters (55-65) is Carlos Martinez ESP, tied with Thomas Nordquist SWE on 2nd. The Olympic medalists Luis Doreste ESP (3rd), Miguel Noguer ESP (6th) and José-Maria Van der Ploeg ESP (8th) progressed as well. Peter Vesella USA is 4th. ------ All fleets completed again two races yesterday in moderate winds around 10kn, with the worst result discarded at the end of the day. ----- The ranking lists and the news.
Tuesday, September 10, 2019   

Match Racing - Thomson Cup, Oyster Bay, NY - Final results, Stevenson NZL wins 4th event and overall US Grand Slam Series

 Match Racing - Thomson Cup, Oyster Bay, NY - Final results, Stevenson NZL wins 4th event and overall US Grand Slam Series One-two finish of the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron teams of Jordan Stevenson NZL and Nick Egnot-Johnson NZL at the fourth and final event of the USA Grand Slam series, the Thompson Cup, on Oyster Bay, NY. Nine teams competed in Match 40 Class Yachts over the past weekend. ----- The results and the event website. ----- With this victory, Jordan Stevenson secured the US Grand Slam Series title granting him an invitation to the 2020 Congressional Cup to be held in in Long Beach, CA next spring.
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