North America – Saturday, July 4, 2020
Saturday, July 4, 2020   

J/70 - Bodensee Battle Regatta 

 J/70 - Bodensee Battle Regatta  As we reported a month ago, fully-crewed sail racing in Switzerland was restarted with manageable safety measures specified in individual Covid-19 annexes to the Sailing Instructions under the self-responsibility of the organizing authority. One of many events held so far was the first Act of the 2020 J/70 Lake Constance Battle raced over the past weekend with 37 boats on the starting line. ----- Have a look at the very detailed report (PDF) published in the J/Newsletter- July 1st, 2020.
North America – Monday, June 29, 2020
North America – Thursday, June 18, 2020
North America – Sunday, June 14, 2020
Sunday, June 14, 2020   (Image © Joysailing)

World Match Racing Tour - Congressional Cup - Long Beach CA USA canceled

 World Match Racing Tour - Congressional Cup - Long Beach CA USA canceled The Long Beach Yacht Club has canceled the 2020 Congressional Cup regatta, which had been slated to begin April 2020 and postponed to mid-October. The 56th edition was to be the opening event of the 2020 World Match Racing Tour season in a new format on Alamitos Bay for the first time on Solings. As a Grade One match race, the Congressional Cup hosts an international field of top-ranked sailors and race officials, but the ongoing travel restrictions, in part, forced the abandonment of the event as the issues related to the coronavirus pandemic could not be overcome. ----- The event website.
Sunday, June 14, 2020   

Melges 24 - Red 8 Regatta - Traverse City MI, USA, final results

 Melges 24 - Red 8 Regatta - Traverse City MI, USA, final results Mike Dow, Traverse City, MI, was the clear winner of the Melges 24 Red 8 Regatta organized by the Traverse City YC / Lake Michigan. Scot Zimmerman, Traverse City, MI, and Chelsea Simms, Harbor Springs, MI, followed 6 respectively 7 points behind on 2nd and 3rd. 11 teams completed six races yesterday. The results. ----- Congrats to the Club resuming social and racing activities in Covid-19 times under restricted procedures and protocols as explained on the Club website.
North America – Tuesday, March 24, 2020
North America – Saturday, March 21, 2020
Saturday, March 21, 2020   

Corona News - 2020 Ice Hockey World Championship in Switzerland cancelled due to the Corona virus

 Corona News - 2020 Ice Hockey World Championship in Switzerland cancelled due to the Corona virus Today Saturday, March 20, the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) cancelled the 2020 Ice Hockey World Championship to be held in Switzerland, the key event of the IIHF, of interest also for many sports enthusiasts in North America with many NHL players no longer engaged in the Stanley Cup on the rosters of different teams. ----- The first matches scheduled for May 8 were Canada - Germany and USA - Finland. ----- The news.
North America – Sunday, March 15, 2020
Sunday, March 15, 2020   

Melges 20 - International Melges 20 Winter Series - Event 3 - Miami FL, Thielmann USA clear leader

 Melges 20 - International Melges 20 Winter Series - Event 3 - Miami FL, Thielmann USA clear leader The third event of the 2019/20 Melges 20 Winter Series has been underway since Friday with 11 of the 15 boats from 4 nations on the entry list. After 6 races, Daniel Thielman, San Francisco, CA, USA anr his team are the clear leaders with a 4th rank as discard. Wes Whitmyer jr, Stamford, CT, USA and Vladimir Prosikhin RUS follow tied 7 points behind on the ranks 2 and 3. ----- The results
North America – Saturday, March 7, 2020
Saturday, March 7, 2020   (Image © Martina Orsini)

Star - Bacardi Cup - Miami FL, USA - Day 5, Kusznierewicz POL/Prada BRA premature winners

 Star - Bacardi Cup - Miami FL, USA - Day 5, Kusznierewicz POL/Prada BRA premature winners Finishing 2nd yesterday, Mateusz Kusznierewicz POL/Bruno Prada BRA are the premature winners of the 92nd Star Bacardi Cup in Miami. The race of the day was won by Peter and Robert O'Leary IRL, moving up on rank 3 overall, 4 points behind Eivind Melleby NOR/Joshua Revkin USA on 2nd. Still an option for the podium have also Diaz USA/Boening BRA, Cayard USA/Trouche BRA and Negri ITA/Kleen GER. ----- The news and the results.
Saturday, March 7, 2020   (Image © Martina Orsini)

J/70, Melges 24, Viper 640, Windfoil - Bacardi Invitational Regatta - Miami FL, USA - Day 2

 J/70, Melges 24, Viper 640, Windfoil - Bacardi Invitational Regatta - Miami FL, USA - Day 2 After six races completed, Paul Ward GBR and his team remain on top of the /70s, 6 points ahead of Ryan McKillen USA. In the Melges24, the best of the day Peter Duncan USA joined the still leading Bora Gulari USA point-wise on top. Will Graves USA and his team extended their lead in the Viper640 on 5 points. For the first time starting at the Bacardi Invitiational are the Windfoils, the new Olympic Windsurfing event as from 2024. Gabriel Browne BRA won all 7 races held so far. ----- Good conditions on Biscayne Bay allowed all classes to sail 3 races. ----- All Ranglisten.
North America – Monday, March 2, 2020
Monday, March 2, 2020   

Etchells - 2019/2020 Biscayne Bay Series - Mid-Winter East Regatta - Taylor AUS ahead of Benjamin USA

 Etchells - 2019/2020 Biscayne Bay Series - Mid-Winter East Regatta - Taylor AUS ahead of Benjamin USA A brilliant final day - two bullets - was just not good enough for Stephen Benjamin/Michael Menninger/Ian Liberty/Joseph Morris, Miami, FL to catch Graeme Taylor, Mornington, AUS and his team on top of the rankings. One point was missing after 8 races sailed on Biscayne Bay. Jim Cunningham, San Francisco, CA, USA, on rank 3 followed 16 points behind the winners. First Corinthians were Bruce Burton, Grosse Pointe Farms, MI and his team, rank 25 among the 47 participants. ----- The final results.
Monday, March 2, 2020   

J/24 - 2020 J/24 Midwinter Championship - Indian Harbour Beach - Final results, Parker AYC on top after tight racing

 J/24 - 2020 J/24 Midwinter Championship - Indian Harbour Beach - Final results, Parker AYC on top after tight racing After an extremely tight racing with the top four separated by one point each, Anthony Parker, AYC, and his team (18pts) finished on top ahead of John Mollicone, Sail Newport (19pts), Mike Ingham, Rochester CC (20pts) and Keith Whittemore, CYC Seattle (21pts). The regatta was won on the final leeward leg of the 8th and last race of the 2020 J/24 Midwinter Championship in Indian Harbour Beach, FL. with 33 boats on the entry list. ----- The final results and the J/24 press release.
North America – Sunday, March 1, 2020
Sunday, March 1, 2020   

Etchells - 2019/2020 Biscayne Bay Series - Mid-Winter East Regatta - Miami - Day 3

 Etchells - 2019/2020 Biscayne Bay Series - Mid-Winter East Regatta - Miami - Day 3 47 Etchells participate in the 2019/2020 Midwinter East Regatta on Biscayne Bay. After six races, a trio is in the lead with Graeme Taylor, Mornington, AUS and his team clearly on top 8 points ahead of Jim Cunningham, San Francisco, CA, USA, and Stephen Benjamin, Miami, FL, another 4 points behind. ----- The results. ----- The event will be concluded today, Sunday.
North America – Friday, February 28, 2020
Friday, February 28, 2020   

Laser Radial - World Championshi 2020 - Melbourne AUS

The Final Results of all North Americans after 10 races:


Sailing in Goldfleet:

14th Paige Railey USA
26th Erika Reinecke USA8
27th Sarah Douglas CAN
36th Charlotte Rose USA


Sailing in Silverfleet:

58th Clara Gravely CAN
59th Maura Dewey CAN
62nd Coralie Vittecoq CAN
77th Hanne Weaver USA


110 boats in two fleets sailing.

The US Sailing Team Report as updated.
North America – Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Tuesday, February 25, 2020   

Laser - 2020 Midwinters East Regatta - Clearwater FL - Final results, 137 Lasers completing 10 races

 Laser - 2020 Midwinters East Regatta - Clearwater FL - Final results, 137 Lasers completing 10 races After 10 races at the Laser Midwinters East held over the past weekend, Michael Burns, PCYC/GCYSA, defeated Nicholas Reeser, KBYC, in the largest fleet, the Lasers Radial with 75 boats, by just one point. Daniel Escudero,Lauderdale YC/Atlanta YC, followed on 3rd another 3 points behind. ----- The top-three among the 41 Lasers 4.7 were Jackson McAliley, Key Biscayne YC/Coral Reef YC, 3 points ahead of Luca Perino, Nautico San Juan, clearly in front of the rest of the fleet led by Sebastian Medina, CNSJ. ----- In the small 17 boat Laser Standard fleet, Chase Carraway, CYC, dominated 12 points ahead of the duo Richie Gordon, USCGA, and Caleb Yoslov, San Francisco YC. ----- The ranking lists
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