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Top News – Friday, May 27, 2016
Friday, May 27, 2016   (Image © Sander Van der Borch)

Olympic Classes - Delta Lloyd Regatta - Medemblik NED - Day 3, Canadians plunge in RS:X men

 Olympic Classes - Delta Lloyd Regatta - Medemblik NED - Day 3, Canadians plunge in RS:X men Moderate winds around 12 kn prevailed on the third day of the Delta Lloyd Regatta on the Ijssel-Meer. With the discard in effect, numerous position changes in the overall rankings occurred.
Yesterday, Giacomo Ferrari/Giulio Calabro ITA won both heats reducing the backlog on the still leading Simon Sivitz/Jas Farneti ITA on 2 points. Charlotte Yven/Marie Riou FRA on rank 6 are now the best women's team. In the 49ers, Diego Botin/Iago Lopez ESP extended their lead on Schmidt/Böhme GER on 10 points. Kevin Fischer/Yann Jauvin FRA advanced on the 3rd place. A class of his own remains Dorian Van Rijsselberge NED in the RS:X windsurfers leading with a 28 points' advantage. Paul Rozier FRA and Aicheng Wang CHN are the first persuers. Finishes in the 20ies again and the discard made the Canadians clearly drop out of the top-10. Zach Plavsic CAN is down from 5th to 14th and Gabriel Verrier-Paquette CAN from 9th to 21st. Lilian De Geus NED is the new leader in the RS:X women 2 points ahead of Zofia Noceti-Klepacka POL. Yesterday, the Foiler Moths join the racing activities. After 3 races, Ben Koppelaar NED leads with a 2 points'advantage on Sven Coster NED. Sven Kloppenburg GER follows on the 3rd position.
All ranking lists, the daily news and the videos.
Friday, May 27, 2016   (Image © Sander Van der Borch)

Laser - Delta Lloyd Regatta - Medemblik NED - Day 3, Canadians 28th/29th in Standards

 Laser - Delta Lloyd Regatta - Medemblik NED - Day 3, Canadians 28th/29th in Standards Moderate winds prevailed on the third day of the Delta Lloyd Regatta on the Ijssel-Meer.
After a premature start, the so far leading Jeemin Ha KOR was replaced on top of the Lasers Standard by Rutger Van Schaardenburg NED who finished twice as 2nd. Man of the day was Juan Maegli GUA with two bullets jumping on rank 3 overall behind the Korean. Hugh McRea CAN is no the best Canadian on rank 28 overtaking Fillah Karim CAN on 29th.
More of the same in the Lasers Radial where Marit Bouwmeester NED was again the day's best with the ranks 1 and 2, extending her lead on Emma Plaeschart BEL on 9 points. Manami Doi JPN moved up on the 3rd place.,
All ranking lists, the daily news and the videos.
Friday, May 27, 2016   (Image © Sander Van der Borch)

2.4m, Skud-18, Sonar - Paralympic World Championship 2016 - Medemblik NED - Day 3

 2.4m, Skud-18, Sonar - Paralympic World Championship 2016 - Medemblik NED - Day 3 The changes weather conditions with moderate winds at the Paralympic World Championship on the Ijssel-Meer closed the ranks on top of all three classes.
Heiko Kröger GER took the lead in the 2.4m keelboats ahead of Matt Bugg AUS at equal points, and only one point behind follows the former leader Damien Séguin FRA. Dee Smith USA is now already on rank 6 (17 ranks up) while Peter Eagar CAN remains on the 22nd place. In the Skud-18, Monika Gibes/Piotr Cichocki POL extended their lead on 9 points. As best of the day (1/2), Daniel Fitzgibbon/Liesl Tesch AUS advanced on rank 2. Alexandra Rickham/Nikki Birrell GBR and John McRoberts/Jackie Gay CAN follow at equal points with the Australians on the ranks 3 and 4. Sarah Skeels/Cindy Walker USA are 10th. In the Sonars, John Robertson GBR and his team are now 2 points ahead of the tied Alphonsus Doerr USA and Lasse Klötzing GER with their teams. Another 2 points behind are Aleksander Wang-Hansen NOR and Colin Harrison AUS with chances for a Medal as well. Paul Tingley CAN and his team are 6th. Three races are left.
All results, the daily news and the videos.
Friday, May 27, 2016   (Image © Junichi Hirai)

Moth - World Championship 2016 - Hayama JPN - Day 3, Diaz de Leon USA 9th

 Moth - World Championship 2016 - Hayama JPN - Day 3, Diaz de Leon USA 9th A fresh breeze and big waves keep the thrill up at the 2016 Moth World Championship in Japan. Three races were completed yesterday and a leader change occurred as Paul Goodison GBR - ranks 1/1/2 - reclaimed the first place, just one point ahead of Chris Rashles GBR. Another contender for the title is still Scott Babbage AUS on rank 3 with a 7 points' deficit. Victor Diaz de Leon USA is 9th, Brad Funk USA 42nd and Andrew Brazier CAN 46th. Six races are left on the program.
The ranking list, the daily news and the video of the day.
Friday, May 27, 2016   (Image © Loris Von Siebenthal)

GC32-Catamaran - Riva Cup - Day 1

 GC32-Catamaran - Riva Cup - Day 1 Since yesterday, the GC32 Riva Cup has been underway on Lake Garda in perfect wind conditions with 6 races completed so far. 'Team Tilt' with Arnaud Psarofaghis SUI and Glenn Ashby AUS kicked off the series flawlessly with the ranks 1/1/2/1. But in the races 4 and 5, equipment failures infringed the winning streak, and 'Norauto' with Franck Cammas FRA and Adam Minoprio NZL overtook them. These two teams delivered the most convincing performance and - separated by 2 points only - the heat will remain on. 'Gunvor' with Nathan Outteridge AUS follows on rank 3, Flavio Marazzi SUI with Phil Robertson NZL calling the shots is on the 4th place among the 9 teams.
The results, the daily news and the video of the day.
Friday, May 27, 2016   (Image © Nico Martinez)

TP52 - Super Series 2016 - Scarlino ITA - Day 2

 TP52 - Super Series 2016 - Scarlino ITA - Day 2 The first Act of the 2016 TP52 Super Series continued yesterday with two races sailed in a 8-14 kn seabreeze. 'Provezza' of Ergin Imre TUR with Andy Beadsworth GBR steering won both heats and advanced on rank 2 overall behind 'Quantum' (Ed Baird USA, Terry Hutchinson USA). Harm Müller-Spreer GER (Markus Wieser GER) follows as 3rd.
The news and the results as well as the video of day one.
Friday, May 27, 2016   

World Sailing-TV - the May edition

 World Sailing-TV - the May edition Yesterday, World Sailing has published the May regatta summary clips on its Video Channel.
 
Top News – Thursday, May 26, 2016
Thursday, May 26, 2016   (Image © Sander Van der Borch)

Olympic Classes - Delta Lloyd Regatta - Medemblik NED - Day 2, Plavsic CAN 5th RS:X

 Olympic Classes - Delta Lloyd Regatta - Medemblik NED - Day 2, Plavsic CAN 5th RS:X A very light breeze prevailed over the Ijssel-Meer yesterday after the windy opening day, but nevertheless, all classes except the windsurfers, completed the full program in a 4-8 kn wind.
Flawless the results of Simon Sivitz/Jas Farneti ITA winning again both heats. The best women's team are now Domenique Freund/Annabelle Projat GER on rank 6. Diego Botin/Iago Lopez ESP extended their lead in the 49ers on 10 points. Schmidt/Böhme GER follow on rank 2. The windsurfers sailed only 2 of the 3 scheduled races. Dorian Van Rijsselberge added another bullet to his result sheet and is already 16 points ahead of Paul Rozier FRA on 2nd. The Canadians could not repeat the good results of day one finishing the two heats in the 20ies. Nevertheless, the kept the top ten overall ranks on 5th (Zach Plavsic) and 9 (Gabriel Verrier-Paquette). In the RS:X women, Maia Dziarnowska POL remains on top. New on rank 2 is Hélène Noesmoen FRA.
All ranking lists, the daily news and the videos.
Thursday, May 26, 2016   (Image © Sander Van der Borch)

Laser - Delta Lloyd Regatta - Medemblik NED - Day 2, Karim CAN 23rd

 Laser - Delta Lloyd Regatta - Medemblik NED - Day 2, Karim CAN 23rd Light and unstable winds prevailed on the second day of the Delta Lloyd Regatta on the Ijsselmeer, and in the Radials as well as in the Standards, the light-wind specialists had their days.
Svenja Weger GER and Manami Doi JPN won one race each and moved up on the ranks 2 and 3. The leader Marit Bouwmeester NED added the day ranks 3 and 4 to the two bullets of the opening day on the result sheet defending her overall lead. Contrary was the consequence in the Lasers Standard where the leading Duko Bos NED finished with the day ranks 30 and 19 dropping on rank 8 overall. Jeemin Ha KOR is the new leader thanks to a race win. Rutger Van Schaardenburg NED won the second race of the day and advanced on the 2nd place just one point behind the leader. Sam Vandormael BEL is new on the 3rd position. Fillah Karim CAN is 23rd.
All ranking lists, the daily news and the videos.
Thursday, May 26, 2016   (Image © Sander Van der Borch)

2.4m, Skud-18, Sonar - Paralympic World Championship 2016 - Medemblik NED - Day 2

 2.4m, Skud-18, Sonar - Paralympic World Championship 2016 - Medemblik NED - Day 2 The light wind on day two provoked changes in the overall rankings of the Paralympics World Championship 2016, and only Damien Séguin FRA succeeded to defend his first place in the 2.4m keelboat inspite of the ranks 5 and 4 yesterday after the two bullets on the opening day. Matt Bugg AUS stayed on rank 2 but he lost some points on Séguin. The day winner Heiko Kröger GER moved up on rank 3. Dee Smith USA, who did not compete in the first two races, is now 23rd (day ranks 4 and 19). Peter Eagar CAN is 26th. In the Skud-18, the surprise team Monika Gibes/Piotr Chichocki POL are the new leaders with the day ranks 2 and 1. Alexandra Rickham/Nikki Birrell GBR on the 2nd place are 4 points behind. John McRoberts/Jackie Gay CAN are 3rd, Sarah Skeels/Cindy Walker USA 8th. In the Sonars, the new leader is Alphonsus Doerr USA with his team, ranks 1 and 3 yesterday replacing John Robertson GBR and his team, ranks 7/7, on top. Finishing twice on 2nd, Lasse Klötzing GER and his team moved up on the 3rd position. Paul Tingley CAN and his team are 10th.
All ranking lists, the daily news and the videos.
Thursday, May 26, 2016   (Image © Junichi Hirai)

Moth - World Championship 2016 - Hayama JPN - Day 2, Diaz de Leon USA 8th

 Moth - World Championship 2016 - Hayama JPN - Day 2, Diaz de Leon USA 8th The Moth World Championship 2016 in Japan continued yesterday in a 20 kn breeze and big waves, too rough conditions for a third of the competitors caring also for their tiny, fragile skiffs. The elite drivers however presented an exciting spectacle. Man of the day was Chris Rashley GBR moving up on top with the ranks 1/1/2. Paul Goodison GBR on 2nd only one point behind remains in the figh for the title. Scott Babbage AUS advanced on rank 3 with a 6 points' backlog. Robert Greenalgh GBR, leader after day one, was forced to omit the first two races of the day due to equipment failure, but he came back with a race win in the last race. Victor Diaz de Leon USA is 8th, Bran Funk USA 39th and Andrew Brazier CAN 47th among the 66 participants from 11 nations.
The results and the daily news. The video of the day was not yet available, but a video interview with a prominent spectator - Russell Coutts NZL - has been posted.
Thursday, May 26, 2016   (Image © PWA/John Carter)

Windsurfing - PWA World Tour 2016 - Slalom - Ulsan KOR - Final results

 Windsurfing - PWA World Tour 2016 - Slalom - Ulsan KOR - Final results The PWA Slalom World Tour event in Korea was concluded yesterday. The seabreeze was light to moderate during the whole competition and did definitely not favor the heavy-weights such as the multiple World Champion Antoine Albeau FRA or the former World Speed Record holder Finian Maynard BVI. Final winners were Matteo Iachino ITA in the men and Lisa Erdil TUR in the women.
The final report with results.
Thursday, May 26, 2016   (Image © JLDigital Media)

Laser Standard - Master World Championship 2016 - Nuevo Vallarta MEX - Day 4

 Laser Standard - Master World Championship 2016 - Nuevo Vallarta MEX - Day 4 Lay day yesterday at the Laser Standard World Masters in Mexico. After six races, there are mostly Australians on top of the different age categories. Today, two more races are on the program.

The positions of the best North Americans by nation are:
- Great Grand Masters: Doug Peckover USA 2nd, John Dawson-Edwards CAN 4th, Fernando Rabago MEX 11th
- Grand Masters: Alan Clark CAN 3rd, Vann Wilson USA 6th, Antonio Vertiz MEX 18th
- Masters: Ernesto Rodriguez USA 2nd, William Pullen CAN 5th, Guillerme Tapia-Moreno MEX 28th
- Apprentice Masters: Pablo Rabago MEX 1st

The ranking lists.
Thursday, May 26, 2016   (Image © Nico Martinez)

TP52 - Super Series - Scarlino ITA - Day 1

 TP52 - Super Series - Scarlino ITA - Day 1 The TP52 initiated their 2016 Super Series with the first races at the Italian Toscana Coast. Finishing 1 and 3, 'Quantum' of Dalton Devos USA with Ed Baird USA and Terry Hutchinson USA have taken the lead. Four teams share the 2nd place at equal points: 'Sled' of Takashi Okura USA (tactics Hamish Pepper NZL), 'Platoon' of Harm Müller-Spreer GER (tactics Markus Wieser GER), 'Alegre' of Andy Soriano GBR (tactics Kelvin Harrap GBR) and 'Ran Racing' of Niklas Zennström SWE (tactics Morgan Larson USA). The ranking lists, the report and the videos.
Thursday, May 26, 2016   (Image © Moritz Rennecke)

Flying Dutchman - World Championship 2016 - Steinhude GER - Day 3

 Flying Dutchman - World Championship 2016 - Steinhude GER - Day 3 For 3 days, the FD's have been sailing their 2016 World Championship on the Steinhuder Meer near Hannover. With 104 Teams from 14 nations, among them Australia, the Dutch Antilles and Mexico, the fleet is exceptionally well composed. After 6 races sailed in light winds, lczs /Maitheniy HUN are first 2 points ahead of Bojsen-Möller/Bojsen-Möller DEN. Lütke/Schäfers GER follow on rank 3. The results and the videos.
Thursday, May 26, 2016   

IMOCA Open 60, Class 40, Multi 50, Ultime - The Transat - New York USA - As one race finishes the next is confirmed

 IMOCA Open 60, Class 40, Multi 50, Ultime - The Transat - New York USA - As one race finishes the next is confirmed As the Transat bakerly 2016 came to an end yesterday – with the last finisher crossing the line off New York - the race owner and organiser, OC Sport Pen Duick, confirmed that it will be in the calendar for 2020, following on from the Route du Rhum – Destination Guadeloupe in 2018. Here the Media Release (PDF) with the announcement, the final summary of the Transat 2016 with all results and some photos.
 
Top News – Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Wednesday, May 25, 2016   (Image © Sander Van der Borch)

Olympic Classes - Delta Lloyd Regatta - Medemblik NED - Day 1, ranks 3 and 6 of CAN RS:X drivers

 Olympic Classes - Delta Lloyd Regatta - Medemblik NED - Day 1, ranks 3 and 6 of CAN RS:X drivers A fresh breeze and cool temperatures prevailed on the first day of the Delta Lloyd Regatta in Medemblik. All classes sailed the planned 2-3 races.
First in the small 12 teams' 470 fleet - men and women jointly - are Simin Sivitz/Jas Farneti ITA with two bullets ahead of Giacomo Ferrari/Giulio Calabro ITA. Charlotte Yven/Marine Riou FRA on rank 5 are the best women's team. In the 49ers, Botin/Lopez ESP, day ranks 2/2/1 have clearly taken the lead. All 3 races in the RS:X were won by the Olympic Champion Dorian Van Rijsselberge NED. Good performance by the Canadians with Zach Plavsic on rank 3 and Gabriel Verrier-Paquette on the 6th place. In the RS:X women windsurfers, Mia Dziarnowska POL is on the first position with the ranks 2/2/1. Not participating are the 49ersFX, the Nacras 17 and the Finns.
All ranking lists, the daily news and the videos.
Wednesday, May 25, 2016   (Image © Sander Van den Borch)

Laser - Delta Lloyd Regatta - Medemblik NED - Day 1, Karim CAN 24th

 Laser - Delta Lloyd Regatta - Medemblik NED - Day 1, Karim CAN 24th Some participants just arriving from the summery Class World Championships in Mexico were welcomed by a 10°C and 20 kn wind scene at the Delta Lloyd Regatta on the Ijssel-Meer, above all Rutger Van Schaardenburg NED, Bronze winner in Mexico, who is on rank 3 overall with the day ranks 2 and 5, including a capsize, probably to test the water temperature. Duko Bos NED leads (2/3) ahead of Jeemin Ha KOR (5/1). Fillah Karim CAN is 24th. No chance for her opponents in the Women Lasers Radial where Marit Bouwmeester NED is the clear leader with two bullets. Maxime Jonker NED and Emma Plaeschart BEL follow on the ranks 2 and 3.
All ranking lists, the daily news and the videos.
Wednesday, May 25, 2016   (Image © Sander Van der Borch)

2.4m, Skud-18, Sonar - Paralympic World Champiomnship 2016 - Medemblik NED - Day 1, with USA and CAN boats in all classes

 2.4m, Skud-18, Sonar - Paralympic World Champiomnship 2016 - Medemblik NED - Day 1, with USA and CAN boats in all classes Challenging conditions with a 20 kn breeze and the short and steep Ijssel-Meer chop prevailed on the first day of the Paralympic Classes World Championship. This was above all for the 2.4m a wet affair. Damien Séguin FRA mastered the conditions the best winning both heats of the day. Heiko Kröger GER (2/2) and Matt Bugg AUS (3/3) are the first chasers. Peter Eagar CAN is 27th, Dee Smith USA, one of the favorites, did not compete. Shared lead in the Skud 18 with Alexandra Rickham/Nikki Birrell GBR and the surprising Monika Gibes/Piotr Cichocki POL. Daniel Fitzgibbon/Liesl Tesch AUS follow on rank 3. John McRoberts/Jackie Gay CAN are 5th, Sarah Skeels/Cindy Walker USA 7th. John Robertson/ Hannah Stodel/Stephen Merget GBR won both heats in the Sonars ahead of the co-favorites Colin Harrison AUS and Bruno Jourdren FRA with their teams on the ranks 2 and 3. Alphonsus Doerr USA and Paul Tingley CAN with their teams are on the ranks 5 and 7.
All ranking lists, the daily news and the videos.
Wednesday, May 25, 2016   (Image © Junichi Hirai)

Moth - World Championship 2016 - Hayama JPN - Day 1, Diaz de Leon USA 8th

 Moth - World Championship 2016 - Hayama JPN - Day 1, Diaz de Leon USA 8th The Moth World Championship in Japan began yesterday with three races sailed in a light 5 to 10 kn breeze. The Brits dominated the scene with Robert Greenalgh GBR and Paul Goodison GBR jointly on top of the rankings. Chris Rashley GBR follows 5 points behind on the 3rd place. Victor Diaz de Leon USA is 8th, Bran Funk USA with a DNC race 30th and Andrew Brazier CAN 54th among the 66 participants from 11 nations.
The results, the daily news and the video of the day.
Wednesday, May 25, 2016   (Image © JLDigital Media)

Laser Standard - Master World Championship 2016 - Nuevo Vallarta MEX - Day 3

 Laser Standard - Master World Championship 2016 - Nuevo Vallarta MEX - Day 3 The seabreeze filled in again on time by noon on the third day of the Laser Standard World Masters, but this time somewhat lighter - 8 kn - compared to the previous days. No problem for Mark Bethwaite AUS in the Great Grand Masters who continued with his winning streak. Gavin Dagley AUS extended his lead in the Grand Masters on 11 points. Already 12 points is the advantage of Brett Beyer AUS in the Masters and a undisputed leader reigns also in the Apprentice Masters with Pablo Rabago MEX.

The positions of the best North Americans by nation are:
- Great Grand Masters: Doug Peckover USA 2nd, John Dawson-Edwards CAN 4th, Fernando Rabago MEX 11th
- Grand Masters: Alan Clark CAN 3rd, Vann Wilson USA 6th, Antonio Vertiz MEX 18th
- Masters: Ernesto Rodriguez USA 2nd, William Pullen CAN 5th, Guillerme Tapia-Moreno MEX 28th
- Apprentice Masters: Pablo Rabago MEX 1st

All ranking lists, the daily news and the videos.
 
Top News – Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Tuesday, May 24, 2016   

Olympic & Paralympic Classes - Delta Lloyd Regatta - Medemblik NED, with USA and CAN participants

 Olympic & Paralympic Classes - Delta Lloyd Regatta - Medemblik NED, with USA and CAN participants The Delta-Lloyd-Regatta of the Olympic and Paralympic Classes, the second Act of the EUROSAF-Champions-Sailing Cup, will begin today on the Ijssel-Meer. While European nations are mainly represented by development teams, there are numerous overseas top sailors benefitting from this event to remain in shape for the Weymouth Worldcup Regatta.
The three Paralympic Classes 2.4m, Skud-18 and Sonar compete for their World Champions' titles.
All entry lists and the official preview. The weather forecast has announced a windy opening day with a 20 k North wind and cool temperatures around 10°.
Tuesday, May 24, 2016   (Image © Junichi Hirai)

Moth - Japanese Championship 2016 - Hayama JPN - Final results, Brad Funk USA 7th

 Moth - Japanese Championship 2016 - Hayama JPN - Final results, Brad Funk USA 7th The Moth Japanese Championship over the past weekend was for most participants of the Moth Worlds, beginning today the last tune-up race. Winner after 5 races was the Laser Olympic Champion 2008 Paul Goodison GBR 3 points ahead of Chris Rashley GBR and Scott Babbage AUS tied on rank 2. Brad Funk USA followed on the 7th place among the 60 participants from 12 nations.
The Rangliste, die news and the video summary.
Tuesday, May 24, 2016   (Image © JLDigital Media)

Laser Standard - Master World Championship 2016 - Nuevo Vallarta MEX - Day 2

 Laser Standard - Master World Championship 2016 - Nuevo Vallarta MEX - Day 2 The seabreeze was yesterday again ready on time at 13h with an initial 8 kn freshening up on 15 kn. In most age groups, the leaders are already now on a good way to the title.
Mark Bethwaite AUS won again both races in the Great Grand Masters, as did Brett Beyer AUS in the Masters and Pablo Rabago MEX in the Apprentice Masters. Only in the Grand Masters, a leader change occurred with Gavin Dagley AUS now sole on the first position thanks to a race win.
The positions of the best North Americans by nation are:
- Great Grand Masters: Doug Peckover USA 2nd, John Dawson-Edwards CAN 6th, Fernando Rabago MEX 12th
- Grand Masters: Alan Clark CAN 3rd, Vann Wilson USA 6th, Antonio Vertiz MEX 19th
- Masters: Ernesto Rodriguez USA 2nd, William Pullen CAN 5th, Guillerme Tapia-Moreno MEX 28th
- Apprentice Masters: Pablo Rabago MEX 1st
All ranking lists and the daily news. See the video of first day's racing.
 
Top News – Monday, May 23, 2016
Monday, May 23, 2016   (Image © JLDigital Media)

Laser Standard - Master World Championship 2016 - Nuevo Vallarta MEX - Day 1

 Laser Standard - Master World Championship 2016 - Nuevo Vallarta MEX - Day 1 The fourth and last Laser World Championship, the Laser Standard Masters, began yesterday in Mexico. The freshening seabreeze of up to 16 kn allowed to complete two races in every age category. In the Great Grand Masters, Mark Bethwait GBR won both races, Nick Paige NZL and Gavin Dagley AUS jointly lead in the Grand Masters, the largest category with 39 participants. Leader in the Masters is Brett Beyer AUS with two race wins as well, while Guilherme Roth BRA and Pablo Rabago MEX share the first place in the Apprentice Masters.
The ranking lists and the daily news.
Monday, May 23, 2016   

Melges 24 - Italia-Cup Act II - Malcesine ITA - Final results

 Melges 24 - Italia-Cup Act II - Malcesine ITA - Final results Apparently, there was no racing at the second Act of the Melges 24 Italia Cup Iton Lake Garda yesterday and the results after 5 heats become final with Carlo Fracassoli ITA and his team as winner. Chris Rast SUI finished 2nd, Andrea Rachelli ITA 3rd. The ranking list.
Monday, May 23, 2016   

Kite Boarding - European Championship 2016 - Cagliari ITA - Day 4

 Kite Boarding - European Championship 2016 - Cagliari ITA - Day 4 Good conditions allowed to sail the full Qualification Series races program with 4 heats before today's Medal Races. Maxime Nocher MON won all 4 runs and moved up on rank 1 ahead of Oliver Bridge GBR and Riccardo Lecchese ITA. Elena Kalinina RUS remained the clear dominator in the women's category ahead of Steph Bridge GBR on the 2nd place. The report with results.
Monday, May 23, 2016   (Image © PWA/John Carter)

Windsurfing - PWA World Tour 2016 - Slalom - Ulsan KOR - Day 5

 Windsurfing - PWA World Tour 2016 - Slalom - Ulsan KOR - Day 5 Moderate winds again yesterday in Korea with 8-14 kn, and finally, the first Elimination could be terminated, and the first runs of the second Elimination have been completed as well. The winners in the first Elimination were Matteo Iacchinta ITA in the men and Lisa Erdil TUR in the women. Heavier athletes such as Antoine Albeau FRA had no change in these conditions. For today, the wind forecast is again very light, but tomorrow, a fresher breeze will fill in.
The report and the video of the day.
Monday, May 23, 2016   (Image © Loris Von Siebenthal)

D35-Catamarans - D35-Trophy - Act 2 - CN Versoix

 D35-Catamarans - D35-Trophy - Act 2 - CN Versoix After the moderate wind races on Saturday, a freshening southwest wind filled in yesterday and another 5 races were completed at the Versoix D35 Open. The outcome was very close and at the end of the day, the Young-America's-Cup candidate 'Team Tilt ' of Sébastein Schneiter SNG had the upper hand over the two-times AC winner 'Alinghi' with Ernesto Bertarelli SNG. On rank 3 followed 'Swisscom' with Julien Monnier. The news and the results.
 
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