North America – Tuesday, February 19, 2019
North America – Monday, February 18, 2019
Monday, February 18, 2019   

Various One-Design Classes - 2019 NOOD Regatta Act 1 - St. Petersburg FL. USA

The intial of six 2019 events of the 31st Edition of the traditional USA NOOD Regattas began last Friday in St. Petersburg FL. with 175 participants in 15 different classes. Up to seven races were completed until yesterday. Racing will continue today Sunday for the last regattas.
Here the interim results, the St. Petersburg event website with photos and videos, the NOOD Series website and the event facebook page
North America – Sunday, February 17, 2019
Sunday, February 17, 2019   (Image © Paul Todd)

Various One-Design Classes - 2019 NOOD Regatta Act 1 - St. Petersburg FL. USA

 Various One-Design Classes - 2019 NOOD Regatta Act 1 - St. Petersburg FL. USA The intial of six 2019 events of the 31st Edition of the traditional USA NOOD Regattas began last Friday in St. Petersburg FL. with 175 participants in 15 different classes. Up to seven races were completed until yesterday. Racing will continue today Sunday for the last regattas.
Here the interim results, the St. Petersburg event website with photos and videos, the NOOD Series website and the event facebook page
North America – Thursday, January 31, 2019
Thursday, January 31, 2019   

Laser - Olympic Worldcup 2019 - Miami FL, USA - Day 2, Barnard USA Men and Dewey CAN and Railey USA Women in top-10/

 Laser - Olympic Worldcup 2019 - Miami FL, USA - Day 2, Barnard USA Men and Dewey CAN and Railey USA Women in top-10/ The Lasers Standard completed two races yesterday in light winds and terminated the qualification series to separate in Gold- and Silverfleets.
Leading after four heats is Herrmann Tomasgard NOR 3 points ahead of Sam Meech NZL. William De Smet BEL moved up on rank 3.
The Radial held only one race with Monika Mikkola FIN advancing on rank 1 thanks to the race win tied with Alison Young GBR. Only one point behind is Zoe Thomson AUS on the 3rd place.

The ranks of the best North Americans by nation:
- Laser (101 participants): 7th Chris Barnard USA, 27th Robert Davis CAN, 57th Yanic Gentry MEX
- Laser Radial (59 participants): 8th Maura Dewey CAN, 10th Paige Railey USA, 55th Alejandra Margarita Montemayor MEX

All ranking lists and the daily news.
Racing can be followed live this afternoon over GPS tracking
North America – Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Tuesday, January 29, 2019   

Olympic Worldcup 2019 - Olympic Classes Regatta - Miami FL, USA - first races today

The second World Sailing Olympic Classes Worldcup Regatta begins today on Biscayne Bay / Miami FL with the first races and a top attendance in all 10 events including all 2017 winners except the Finn Olympic Champion Giles Scott GBR. Here the official preview and the entry lists.
Races can be followed over GPS tracking beginning at 14h UTC.
North America – Friday, January 25, 2019
Friday, January 25, 2019   

Olympic Worldcup - Olympic Classes Regatta - Miami FL, USA

 Olympic Worldcup - Olympic Classes Regatta - Miami FL, USA In five days, racing will begin at the 2019 Hempel World Cup Series Miami. The United States has a large and talented collection of sailors competing at the second World Cup event of the 2019 series, including 57 entries and 85 total sailors. The top eligible U.S. athlete(s) who finish in 10th place or higher in their class at the HWCSM will also qualify for selection to the 2019 US Sailing Team. The event is also a country and athlete qualifier for the Pan American Games. Read the US Sailing Team "Medalist" including a preview on the Miami World Cup Regatta.
North America – Thursday, January 24, 2019
Thursday, January 24, 2019   

RS:X-Windsurfer - North American Championship 2019 - Key Biscayne FL, USA - Final results

 RS:X-Windsurfer - North American Championship 2019 - Key Biscayne FL, USA - Final results Yesterday, the RS:X windsurfers concluded the North American Championship, tune-up regatta to the Worldcup event taking place on the same waters next week. Three more races were held.
Copy-paste on the result sheet for Louis Giard FRA with the ranks 1/2/3 clearly securing the overall victory ahead of Pierre Le Coq FRA and Tom Squires GBR. The top North Americans in the men’s fleet were Ignacio Berenguer MEX on rank 15 and Felix Toledo USA on 22nd.
In the Open Youth and Women rankings, Helen Noesmoen FRA defended her first place by a small margin over Manuel Nores USA and Gelly Skarlatou GRE. The top North American women was Mariana Aguilar MEX on rank 11.
The ranking list.
North America – Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Wednesday, January 23, 2019   

RS:X - 2019 North American Championship - Miami FL - Day 1

 RS:X - 2019 North American Championship - Miami FL - Day 1 The 2019 RS:X North American Championship began yesterday on Biscayne Bay with three races in winds of 20-29kn and a steep chop. In view of the Miami Olympic Classes next week, the attendance is international with 36 participants from 12 nations.
First in the men's fleet after three races is Piotr Myszka POL at equal points with Louis Giard FRA. 8 points behind follows Pierre LeCoq FRA on 3rd. The top North American in the men’s fleet is currently Ignacio Berenguer MEX on rank 13. Felix Toledo USA is 17th.
The women and youth (under 22 years) raced together in the 8.5 meter sail division. Hélène Noesmoen FRA and youth sailor Manu Nores USA finished 1st and 2nd in all 3 races and are clearly ahead on the ranks 1 and 2 overall. Six points behind on 3rd follows Gelly Skarlatou GRE. The top North American women after day one is Mariana Aguilar MEX.
Racing concludes today with three more races planned.
The results
North America – Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Tuesday, January 22, 2019   

470, 420 - North American Championship 2019 - Coconut Grove FL, USA - Final results, US teams 5th (men) and 9th (women)

 470, 420 - North American Championship 2019 - Coconut Grove FL, USA - Final results, US teams 5th (men) and 9th (women) Good international attendance at the North American 470 Championship on Biscayne Bay, the venue of the Olympic Worldcup beginning next week.
After 9 races, Mantis/Kagialis GRE were the clear winners ahead of Dahlberg/Bergström SWE and Xammar/Rodriguez ESP. Stuart McNay/David Hughes USA were 5th.
In the 470 women, Camille Lecointre/Aloise Retornaz FRA finished first with a 25 points' advance on Ai Kondo/Miho Yoshioka JPN. Fabienne Öster/Anastasiya Winkel GER were 3rd. Atlantic Brugman/Nora Brugman USA 9th.
In the all-USA 420 fleet, Thomas Hall/Mariner Fagan USA were on top.
All ranking lists and the event website.
Tuesday, January 22, 2019   

Optimist - US Team Race Midwinters, St. Petersburg FL - final results

Over the past three days, 23 teams from across the USA competed in the Optimist US Team Race Midwinters in St. Petersburg, FL, where cool temperatures and 8-15kn breeze prevailed. set the stage for three days of team racing.
Winner was the team of the Coral Reef Yacht Club Spectra followed by Lauderdale Yacht Club 1 and LISOT Black.
Final results and the USODA class website.
North America – Monday, January 21, 2019
Monday, January 21, 2019   

Viper 640 - Winter Series, Act 2 - Sarasota FL - final results

 Viper 640 - Winter Series, Act 2 - Sarasota  FL - final results Over the past weekend, 27 boats were present at the second event of the 2018-19 Viper 640 Winter Series in Sarasota, FL. The fresh breeze allowed to complete seven races on Saturday, but on Sunday, the wind was too strong to add more races.
Marcus Eagan finished first overall 6 points ahead of Zeke Horowitz and Peter Beardsley another 12 points back.
The results
Monday, January 21, 2019   

J/70, Melges 24, Flying Tigers - 2019 Bacardi Invitational Winter Series - Miami FL - final results

 J/70, Melges 24, Flying Tigers - 2019 Bacardi Invitational Winter Series - Miami FL - final results Three races were completed at the 2019 Bacardi Invitational Winter Series, second Act of the 3-stage inagural competition, on Biscayne Bay / Miami FL over the past weekend. 47 Melges 24s, J70s, and Flying Tigers sailed three races on day one in 10-12 knots and sunny skies, but a winter storm passing on day two changed the scene to cloudy and cold nevertheless allowing to add another two heat in a 15-18kn WSW breeze.
Final winners were the teams of Joel Ronning in the J/70s, Bruce Ayeres in the Melges 24 and Nigel Brownett in the Flying Tiger 7.5.
The ranking lists and the event website.
North America – Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Tuesday, January 15, 2019   

Laser - US-National Championship 2019 - Fort Lauderdale FL, USA - Final results

 Laser - US-National Championship 2019 - Fort Lauderdale FL, USA - Final results As a prelude to the forthcoming Miami Olympic Classes Worldcup Regatta, the 2019 Laser Class U.S. National Championships were held in Fort Lauderdale FL on January 11-14 with a remarkable international attention.
The winner in the 54-boat Laser fleet was Stefano Peschiera (PER) 6 points ahead of Charlie Buckingham as the top US sailing in second overall. Robert Davis CAN on 3rd is already Paige Railey (USA) won in the 83-boat Laser Radial fleet with a huge 35 point advantage on Sarah Douglas CAN. Erika Reineke USA earned Bronze. Spencer Dominguez (USA) finished first in the 7-boat Laser 4.7 fleet.
The results.
North America – Sunday, December 30, 2018
Sunday, December 30, 2018   (Image © Tim Wilkes)

Optimist, 420, Laser - Orange Bowl - Miami FL, USA - Day 3

 Optimist, 420, Laser - Orange Bowl - Miami FL, USA - Day 3 No results ot this year's Youth Classes Orange Bowl available this morning UTC again, neither on the event website, nor the event facebook page-Seite. However, racing was on yesterday in light winds compared to the opening day according to the photos posted.
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