North America – Saturday, December 7, 2019
Saturday, December 7, 2019   

World Championships - The Results of the North Americans

 World Championships - The Results of the North Americans Update Day 5, December 7th :


49er, 88 participants, 15 races:
- 14th Nevin Snow/Dane Wilson USA (GOLD)
- 15th Ian Barrows/Mitchell Kiss USA (GOLD)
- 33rd Andrew Mollerus/Ian Mac Diarmid USA
- 41st Judge Ryan/Hans Henken USA
- 44th Harry Melges IV/Finn Rowe USA
- 60th Alexander Heinzemann/Justin Barnes CAN
- 61st William Jones/Evan Depaul CAN


49erFX, 61 participants, 14 races:
- 8th Paris Henken/Anna Tobias USA (GOLD)
- 15th Stephanie Roble/Maggie Shea USA (GOLD)
- 34th Alexandra Ten Hove/Mariah Millen CAN
- 52nd Kate Shaner/Kathleen Love USA


Nacra 17 , 52 participants, 14 races:
- 15th Riley Gibbs/Anna Weis USA (GOLD)
- 23rd Ravi Parent/Caroline Atwood USA (GOLD)
- 24th Sarah Newberry/David Liebenberg USA (GOLD)
- 37th Enrique Figueroa/Gretchen Ortiz PUR
- 42nd Allison Surrette/Max Flinn CAN


The latest US Sailing Team Report .
North America – Friday, December 6, 2019
Friday, December 6, 2019   

World Championships - The Results of All North Americans

 World Championships - The Results of All North Americans Update Day 4, December 6th :


49er , 88 participants, 12 races:
- 6th Nevin Snow/Dane Wilson USA (GOLD)
- 17th Ian Barrows/Mitchell Kiss USA (GOLD)
- 32nd Judge Ryan/Hans Henken USA
- 38th Andrew Mollerus/Ian Mac Diarmid USA
- 44th Harry Melges IV/Finn Rowe USA
- 60th Alexander Heinzemann/Justin Barnes CAN
- 64th William Jones/Evan Depaul CAN


49erFX , 61 participants, 11 races:
- 10th Paris Henken/Anna Tobias USA (GOLD)
- 18th Stephanie Roble/Maggie Shea USA (GOLD)
- 34th Alexandra Ten Hove/Mariah Millen CAN
- 52nd Kate Shaner/Kathleen Love USA


Nacra 17 , 52 participants, 11 races:
- 14th Riley Gibbs/Anna Weis USA (GOLD)
- 23rd Sarah Newberry/David Liebenberg USA (GOLD)
- 24th Ravi Parent/Caroline Atwood USA (GOLD)
- 35th Enrique Figueroa/Gretchen Ortiz PUR
- 40th Allison Surrette/Max Flinn CAN


The latest US Sailing Team Report .
North America – Thursday, December 5, 2019
Thursday, December 5, 2019   

Star - Star Sailors League 2019 - Finals - Nassau BAH - Day 2, Negri/Kleen ITA/GER clear leaders

 Star - Star Sailors League 2019 - Finals - Nassau BAH - Day 2, Negri/Kleen ITA/GER clear leaders The experienced Starboat teams ruled the show at the SSL Final on the Bahamas yesterday in the fresh up to 20kn wind, and the three races held were won by Negri/Kleen ITA/GER, Percy/Ekström GBR/SWE and Cayard/Trinter USA. First on the interim ranking list are Diego Negri/Frithjof Kleen with the ranks 1/2/4. Mateusz Kusznierewicz/Bruno Prada POL/BRA follow 8 points behind. Paul Cayard/Phil Trinter USA are on rank 3. Still on a positive streak are the young Finn sailors Oskari Muhonen/Vitalii Kushnir FIN/UKR on rank 6. ----- The results and the news.
North America – Wednesday, November 27, 2019
Wednesday, November 27, 2019   

Oceania Championships - Results of the North Americans

 Oceania Championships - Results of the North Americans Update Day 2/3, Nov 27:


49er, 84 participants, 9 races:
- 17th Andrew Mollerus/Ian Mac Diarmid USA
- 25th Judge Ryan/Hans Henken USA
- 27th Harry Melges IV/Finn Rowe USA
- 39th Ian Barrows/Mitchell Kiss USA
- 46th Nevin Snow/Dane Wilson USA
- 62nd William Jones/Evan Depaul CAN
- 72nd Alexander Henzemann/Justin Barnes CAN


49erFX, 50 participants, 9 races:
2nd Stephanie Roble/Maggie Shea USA
23rd Alexandra Ten Hove/Mariah Millen CAN
27th Paris Henken/Anna Tobias USA
47th Kate Shaner/Kathleen Love USA


Nacra 17, 48 participants, 8 races:
10th Riley Gibbs/Anna Weis USA
15th Sarah Newberry/David Liebenberg USA
24th Ravi Parent/Caroline Atwood USA
39th Enrique Figueroa/Gretchen Ortiz PUR
40th Allison Surrette/Max Flinn CAN


The latest US Sailing Team Report
North America – Monday, November 18, 2019
Monday, November 18, 2019   

M32-Catamaran - North American Championship 2019 - Miami FL, Wilson USA siblings on ranks 1 and 2

 M32-Catamaran - North American Championship 2019 - Miami FL, Wilson USA siblings on ranks 1 and 2 Don Wilson USA and his team, with Andy Campell USA as tactician replacing Tyler Canfield ISV, were the clear winners of the M32 Catamaran North American Championship, the second important victory after the M32 World Championship won in September in Riva del Garda, Italy. 7.5 points behind followed his sister Jennifer Wilson USA. Larry Philips USA finished 3rd. The only non-US-skipper Richard Davies GBR, sailing under Swiss flag, terminated the Championship on rank 5. ----- The results and the news.
North America – Friday, November 15, 2019
Friday, November 15, 2019   

RS21, J/70 - Premiere Sailing League USA - National Sailing Leagues Europe

 RS21, J/70 - Premiere Sailing League USA - National Sailing Leagues Europe At the US Sailboat Show in Annapolis Md in October 2019, the Premiere Sailing League USA was announced, an organized, national fleet racing league, modeled after the Sailing League in Europe that has taken off globally. The Premiere Sailing League USA (PSL) will supply a fleet of identical RS21 keelboats that will be raced on inshore, short course, stadium style races at select venues across the country. ----- The PSL will debut on Pensacola Bay during a Winter Exhibition Series between January 3 and April 5, 2020 on supplied RS21 keelboats racing on courses set just off the Pensacola waterfront. ----- The European Sailing Champions League for Clubs qualified in their National Leagues, held on J/70s, is in its seventh year. Most prominent Club teams from European nations, such as the Royal Thames YC (GBR), founded 1775, the Nord-Deutsche Regatta Verein (GER), founded in 1868, the Royal Swedish YC (SWE), founded in 1830 or the two-times America's Cup winner Société Nautique of Geneva (SUI), founded 1872, are among the qualified for the 2020 Continental Semi Finals and Finals.. The Sailing Champions League winner 2019 was the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron (AUS), invited with a wild-card.
North America – Monday, November 4, 2019
Monday, November 4, 2019   

A-Cat - North American Championship 2019 - St.Petersburg FL, USA - Final results - Heemskerk NED Foilers and Curry USA Classics grasp titles

 A-Cat - North American Championship 2019 - St.Petersburg FL, USA - Final results - Heemskerk NED Foilers and Curry USA Classics grasp titles The last race at the A-Cat USA National Championship in Florida held over the past weekend decided in favour of Mischa Heemskerk NED relegating Bruce Mahoney USA on rank 2 in the Foilers. ----- Bob Curry USA won the Classics title one point ahead of Bob Webbon USA. ----- Light winds prevailed initially freshening up during the final day. The 62 A-Cats, split in a Foiler and Classic Division, completed 6 races. ----- The results and the A-Cat Facebook site.
North America – Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Tuesday, October 22, 2019   

18 Footer - Spring Series 2019 - Sydney AUS - Race 2 - another win for Noakesailing

 18 Footer - Spring Series 2019 - Sydney AUS - Race 2 - another win for Noakesailing The 18ft Skiff 'Noakesailing' of Sean Langman/Ed Powys/Nathan Edwards AUS produced another brilliant second consecutive win in Race 2 of the Australian 18 Footers League's Spring Championship on Sydney Harbour yesterday. 42 seconds behind followed 'Appliancesonline.com.au' of Brett Van Muster/Phil Marshall/Kurt Fatouris AUS. ----- We livestreamed the race on sailing-news.com, as we will every Sunday early in the morning UTC during the whole downunder summer with few exceptions. ----- The news with link to the ranking list and the replay of the live take (1 hr 48 min).
Tuesday, October 22, 2019   

Optimist, Lasers Standard and Radial, RS-Feva - 2019 Caribbean Dinghy Championships - Antigua - Final results

 Optimist, Lasers Standard and Radial, RS-Feva - 2019 Caribbean Dinghy Championships - Antigua - Final results The winners at the 2019 Caribbean Dinghy Championships (CDC), held October 18-20 in Falmouth Harbour, Antigua were in the Optimists Ozani Lafond ANT, in the Lasers Standard Jules Mitchel ANT, in the Laser Radial Daniel Smit ANT and in the RS Feva Mauriceson Valentine/Nahio. ----- The championship was open to entries from across the Caribbean region with competitors from St Maarten, Trinidad, Barbados, and St Kitts & Nevis. ----- The event website with links to the results and the news.
North America – Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Wednesday, October 9, 2019   

Snipe - 2019 Snipe World Championship - Ilhabela, Brazil - Day 1, one race in light winds and drizzle

 Snipe - 2019 Snipe World Championship - Ilhabela, Brazil - Day 1, one race in light winds and drizzle One race was held on the opening day of the 2019 Snipe World Championship in Ilhabela BRA with Asher Zittrer/Watt Duffy USA (LYC) as winners ahead of Naoki Inoue/Masataka Kojima JPN (SSSM) and Rafael Gagliotti/Henrique Wisniewski BRA (ICS). ----- 70 teams from 11 nations are competing. ----- After some postponements, the fleet departed in a light 6-8kn Southwind under overcast skies and drizzle. ----- The results, the news, the Snipe facebook page and the event website.
North America – Tuesday, October 8, 2019
Tuesday, October 8, 2019   

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

 470, 49er, Nacra - Oakcliff Triple Crown Series - Oyster Bay, NY - Final results The overall winners after the three regatta weekends held on Oyster Bay between Sept 13 and Oct 6 are in the 470 men Stu McNay/Dave Hughes, in the 470 women Carmen and Emma Cowles (Larchmont YC), in the 49ers Nevin Snow/Dane Wilson (SDYC), in the 49ersFX Paris Henken/Anna Tobias (SDYC/New York YC) and in the Nacra-17 Riley Gibbs/Anna Weiss (StFYC). ----- The results. ----- The Oakcliff Triple Crown Series (scroll down for all details) is a series of 3 regattas per season for 470 Men and Women, 49er, 49erFX, and Nacra 17. A pool of up to $500,000, in prize grants, is awarded to top finishers each season. Olympia 2020 campaigners from the USA, Canada and Mexico highly appreciated this unique racing opportunity offered by Dawn Riley's Oakcliff Sailing Center.
Tuesday, October 8, 2019   

Farr 40 - 2019 Farr 40 World Championship - Long Beach CA - Final Results, Vince Brun and Drew Freides winners

 Farr 40 - 2019 Farr 40 World Championship - Long Beach CA - Final Results, Vince Brun and Drew Freides winners 'Far Niente' of Drew Freides/Vince Brun, Los Angeles, CA, USA, newcomer in the Farr 40 class, grasped the World Champions title 3 points ahead of the defending champion 'Struntje Light' of Wolfgang Schaefer, Lueneburg, GER. 'Edake' of Jeff Carter Sydney, NSW, AUS, winner in the Corinthian rankings, followed another 5 points back. ----- The Championship took place in the waters off Long Beach, south of Alamitos Bay Harbor in an initial 20kn breeze on the opening day, settling to an average 10-12kn as the regatta carried on. ----- The results, the news and the www.lbyc.org/]Long Beach YC website[/URL].
Tuesday, October 8, 2019   

IRC, PHRF, One Design Classes - American YC Fall Regatta, Rye, NY - Final Results

 IRC, PHRF, One Design Classes - American YC Fall Regatta, Rye, NY - Final Results 80 yachts split in 9 Divisions/Classes participated in the 2019 American YC Fall Series over the past two weekends. ----- In the IRC Division, 'Pterodactyl', the R/P 45 Custom of Scott Weisman, White Plains, NY had the upper hand on 'M.A.T. 1180 YCC' of Kenneth Luczynski, Kings Point, NY. In the largest PHRF class with 15 boats, the Performance Cruisers, 'Soulmates', the Custom Goetz 40 of Adam Loory, Mamaroneck, NY was first ahead of 'Red Stripe', the Flying Tiger 10m of Daniel DelBello, Quaker Hill, CT. On top of the largest J fleet, the J-105 with 14 boats, was 'loulou' of Paul Beaudin, New York, NY. followed by 'Skipperdee' of Dwight Greenhouse, Rye, NY. ----- The final results after 12 races.
Tuesday, October 8, 2019   

Match Racing - 2019 U.S. Match Racing Championship - Final results - Potts retains Prince of Wales Bowl

 Match Racing - 2019 U.S. Match Racing Championship - Final results - Potts retains Prince of Wales Bowl With no wind on the Final Day, Round-Robin Winner Pearson Potts, Boston, Guardians of the Monohulls defended his Match Racing Champion title ahead of Peter Holz, Glennview, Ill., Chicago YC and Jeffrey Petersen, Santa Ana, Calif., Balboa YC. After postponements on the first two days of the event, perfect sailing conditions prevailed during the Double-Round-Robin on San Francisco Bay. But the wind disappeared for the Semifinals and Finals, and the Round Robin leader board became final. With the victory, Potts also earns a berth in next April’s Ficker Cup at Long Beach Yacht Club. ----- The detailed report of US Sailing.
North America – Saturday, October 5, 2019
North America – Friday, October 4, 2019
Friday, October 4, 2019   (Image © Matias Capizzano)

Optimist - North American Championship 2019 - Nassau BAH - Final results, BRA and IRL on the podium

 Optimist - North American Championship 2019 - Nassau BAH - Final results, BRA and IRL on the podium Overthrow on top of the rankings at the Optimist North American Championship in Nassau BAH after the final two races held in moderate winds yesterday, as the all-week leader Christian Ebbin BER dropped on rank 9, and Gustavo Campos BRA won the title ahead of Rocco Wright IRL and Lucas De Freitas BRA. ----- Joana Goncalves BRA on rank 19 finished as best girl.----- The best North American was Tanner Krygsveld ISV on rank 4, missing the podium by 3 points only. Freddie Parkin USA up on rank 6, Mats Braaten CAN new on 25th and Carlos Beckmann Zamora MEX on 31st are the best-ranked Continental North American sailors by nation among the 186 participants from 17 nations. ----- The ranking list, the event website and the event facebook page with photos and videos.
Friday, October 4, 2019   

Star - Vintage Gold Cup - Richland MI, USA - Day 1, 26 wooden Stars racing

 Star - Vintage Gold Cup - Richland MI, USA - Day 1, 26 wooden Stars racing Lars Grael BRA/Arnis Baltins USA are the first leaders ahead of Paul Cayard/Dany Cayard USA and Tomas Hornos/John Klerk USA at the Vintage Gold Cup, the inofficial Wooden Starboat World Championship held on Lake Gull. On rank 18 follows Malin Burham USA, age 92, Star World Champion 1945 (!) together with Lowell North USA. 26 teams from 7 nations, among them 7 former World Champions, sailed a first race in freshening winds yesterday. ----- The results and the news.
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