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Top News – Monday, August 31, 2015
Monday, August 31, 2015   
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The wind was back yesterday, intially light with 5 kn, increasing to a moderate 10 kn breeze during the day, allowing to complete for the first time the full daily program with two races in each Group.
After 4 races, the lead is shared by Rok Verderber SLO and Suthon Yampinid THA with 8 points each. 3 points behind follows Daniel Hung SIN on rank 3. Jodie Lai SIN on the 6th place remains the best Girl.
Today, the Team-Race is on the program. The ranking list, the event facebook page and the daily news.
Monday, August 31, 2015   
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Unexpected big surprise at the Moth European Championship 2015 in Lelystad NED yesterday ! Not the defending champion Chris Rashley GBR, interim's leader with 6 bullets in 7 race, but his only immediate persuer Robert Greenalgh GBR, six times 2nd and a first, is the new European Champion. Finishing 1/3/1 on the last day, Greenalgh won one point ahead of Rashley GBR, who had a miserable day with the ranks 8/3/4. The 2008 Laser Olympic Champion Paul Goodison GBR earned Bronze. The Mini-Transat winner Benoît Marie FRA, up on rank 7, remained the best non-English among the 70 participants.
The ranking list and the event website.
Monday, August 31, 2015   
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Finishing 2 and 1 yesterday, 'Team New Zealand' with Glenn Ashby AUS is the winner of the Gothenburg AC World Series Act. 'Oracle' with James Spithill AUS and 'BAR' with Ben Ainslie GBR had to content themselves with the ranks 2 and 3. 'Team New Zealand' is the new leader of the annual rankings.
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Monday, August 31, 2015   
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The 10 kn wind on the final day of the Trofeo di Roma allowed for the first time to foil the GC32 catamarans. 'Alinghi' with Morgan Larson USA won three races, but an abandoned heat prevented the overalll victory for the benefit of 'Sultanate of Oman' with Leigh McMillan GBR. 'Spindrift' with Yann Guichard FRA and 'Alinghi' complete the podium. The Omanis lead in the annual rankings before the final event in Marseille with a 3 points' advance on 'Alinghi'.
The results and the event facebook page.
Top News – Sunday, August 30, 2015
Sunday, August 30, 2015   (Image © Arek Komorowski)
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Light and unconstant winds messed up the program of the Optimist Worlds at the Polish Baltic Sea Coast, as up-to-now, only 2 races by Group have been completed. The day before yesterday, three of the four Groups finished their second race. Yesterday, the fourth Group succeeded at least to terminate their fourth heat, so that the interim's rankings after two races could be published.
Sole leader after two races is Suthon Yampinid THA closely followed by Daniel Hung SIN (2/1). Odysseas Spanakis GRE and Rok Verderber SLO follow on the ranks 3 and 4 with the race ranks 5 and 1 each. Mia Nicolosi ISV, age 12 only, is the best girl on rank 6.
The Team-Race planned for today has been postponed, as the fleet racing program has critical delays. But the overall hot summer weather situation over Europe with a huge flat anticyclone inhibits all gradient and thermal breezes also in the coming days, unless the low pressure front approaching the continent will hit Northern Europe. Worst case is that the Team Race will be cancelled at all.
The ranking list, the news of day 2 and the event facebook page with photos.
Sunday, August 30, 2015   
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Light winds prevailed on day 4 of the Moth Europeans in Lelystad NED, and only one race could be finished. Again it was - who else - Chris Rashley GBR winning the race and no doubt that the Europeans title will be his, although Robert Greenalgh GBR as 2nd keeps in contact with six 2nd ranks and a race win so far. New on rank 3 is now the Olympic Laser Champion 2008 Paul Goodison GBR, Benoît Marie FRA on rank 8 remains the best non-English.
The results and the daily news (in Dutch).
Sunday, August 30, 2015   (Image © Gilles Martin-Raget)
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The Gothenburg America's Cup World Series Act began yesterday with two races in a 15 kn wind, both won by the 'Oracle Team USA' with Jimmy Spithill AUS, thanks to perfect starts. 'BAR Racing' with Ben Ainslie GBR and 'Team New Zealand' with Glenn Ashby AUS share rank 2 overall with the day ranks 2 and 3.
The report with rankings and the video of the day.
Sunday, August 30, 2015   
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The ISAF Statement published in consequence of the hospitalization of the German 49er sailor Erik Heil with an infection due to the catastrophic water quality in Guanabara Bay, proofs, that ISAF is still not aware of the real problems. To be satisfied by the fact, that 10 Eco-Boats collected 28 tons of rubbish in Guanabara Bay during the Test Event, and to install a new pipeline that will divert sewage from the launching ramp at Marina da Gloria, does not improve the water quality that even on the three outside race areas has a million-fold violation of bacterium and viruses tolerances. It had been announced at the ISAF Annual Meeting 2014, that water inside Guanabara Bay would be collected and tested every 15 days, to bring the situation under control. What are the results? Apparently no improvement up-to-now. What has been critizised for years, will not change in the remaining 12 months. Instead of facing reality and act, ISAF is engaged in sheer window dressing together with the Rio Organizing Authorities. Outshined by the fantastic Rio scenery, the Regattas in 2016 might appear fair after all the pseudo activites, but nobody seems to care what lurks under the surface.
By-the-way: Out-of-line situation become normally matter for the boss. Anybody hear a word from the ISAF President Carlo Croce or the ISAF Vice President W. Scott Perry, Technical Delegate for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games ? In the Atlanta/Savannah 1996 Games, past-President Paul Henderson himself turned around a very difficult venue situation ... no harbour .. no athletes' village ... no results system ... into a success.
Sunday, August 30, 2015   
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Hubert Merkelbach/Frithjof Kleen GER continued with their row of top-5 rankings and are the premature winners of the Eastern Hemisphere Championship before the last race today. Reinhard Schmidt/Uli Seeberger GER follow on rank 2, Denis Khashina/Dmytro Mechetin UKR are now 3rd.
The results and the event facbook page.
Sunday, August 30, 2015   (Image © Guilain Grenier)
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Light, but at least sailable winds off Civitavecchia ITA allowed to complete six races yesterday, but the GC32 cats were never flying. 'Alinghi' with Morgan Larson USA and 'Team Engie' with Sébastien Rogues FRA were the best of the day, Overall leader is now 'Sultanate of Oman' with Leigh McMillan GBR, but 'Alinghi' and 'Spindrift' (Yann Guichard FRA) are only 3 points behind before the last races today.
The rankings and the daily report.
Sunday, August 30, 2015   (Image © Max Ranchi)
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A preliminary decision re the 2015 World Champion's title seems to have been made, as Alessandro Rombelli ITA (witht Francesco Bruni ITA) was among the best yesterday with the ranks 2 and 4, while Jason Carroll USA (Cameron Appleton NZL) had a disaster day with the ranks 21 and 15, and has now a 15 points' backlog on the leader before the last day's races. Ryan Devos USA (Mark Mendelblatt USA) moved up on rank 3. Finishing 5th in the last race, Alec Cutler BER (with Chris Rast SUI) slighly improved his ranking on 17.
The ranking list and the daily news.
Top News – Saturday, August 29, 2015
Saturday, August 29, 2015   
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Apparently, all four Groups have now completed at least four races, so that a first overall classification has been posted on the Internet.
Odysseas Spanakis GRE, Mate Jeney HUN, Rok Verderber SLO and Suthon Yampinid THA won the races of their Groups. Louis Barbet FRA, Matthias Berthet NOR, Daniel Hung SIN and the best girl Jodie Lai SIN finished 2nd in their Groups. The best of the participating North American federations are Emma Cowles USA 9th, Stefano Viale CAN 17th, Theodore Nicolosi ISV 37th and Bruno Alio Timeus Her MEX 45th.
The ranking lists. Unfortunately, neither the Event-Website, the Optimist Class website, nor the event facebook page contain more information.
Saturday, August 29, 2015   
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Four races in a somewhat more moderate breeze were sailed on the third of the Moth Europeans in Lelystad NED, and the UK team went on with their domination occupying the ranks 1 to 7 overall. Leader is the defending champion Chris Rashley GBR, ranks 1/1/1/3 yesterday, 3 points ahead of Robert Greenalgh GBR, 2/2/2/1. Jason Belben GBR on 3rd follows 14 points back. Benoît Marie FRA on rank 8 is the best non-British.
The ranking list and the event facebook page with many reports ...... in Dutch.
Saturday, August 29, 2015   (Image © Lee Whitehead)
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The Fireball World Championship 2015 in Wales was concluded with two furious big-breeze races yesterday. The 22-25 kn wind and - because of the shallow water in the Pwllheli Bay - a steep and rough chop caused numerous capsizes and breakage. The English, used to this type of conditions, dominted the races even more.
Finishing twice on 2nd and discarding the worst result, Tom Gillard/Richard Anderton GBR made it on top ahead of the dominators of the day (1/1) James Peters/Fynn Sterritt GBR relegating the defending champions Christian Birrell/Sam Brearey GBR at equal points on rank 3. Best non-English remained Rémy Thuillier/Mathieu Corruble FRA on rank 9. Ben Ballard/Tom Egli CAN are 50th.
The final report with rankings.
Saturday, August 29, 2015   (Image © Ricardo Pinto)
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Top conditions with sun and 12-15 kn breeze prevailed on the last day of the Dragon Gold Cup off Kühlungsborn GER. Finishing 6th, Lawrie Smith GBR and his team were the only ones to record all one-digit ranks, making them the superior winners of the Cup ahead of Dmitry Samokhin RUS. Thomas Müller GER moved up on rank 3 on the last day. 66 teams participated.
The results and the event facebook page.
Saturday, August 29, 2015   (Image © Ludomil Sawicki)
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The Laser European Masters' Championship 2015 in Poland was concluded yesterday with two races.
The rankings on top were known prematurely. Maciej Grabowski POL won all 10 races in the Lasers Standard. Silver and Bronze were decided in a head-on-head fight between Piotr Wojewski POL and the Olympic Champion 1988 José-Luis Doreste ESP in favour of the Polish. The Finn World Champion 1980 Wolfgang Gerz GER advanced on rank 5 among the 58 participants.
The ranks 1 to 3 in the Radials went all to the UK: Jon Emmett GBR saved 4 points of his advance on Ian Jones GBR who came back strongly on the last day of competition. Bronze went to Ian Escritt GBR.
All ranking lists and the final report.
Saturday, August 29, 2015   (Image © Gulian Grenier)
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Light winds prevailed on the second day of the GC32-catamaran Trofeo di Roma, and only two short exhibition races, not counting for the overall rankings, were sailed.
Leader after the six races of the opening day is 'Spindrift Racing' with Yann Guichard FRA ahead of 'Sultanate of Oman' with Leigh McMillan GBR.
The daily news and the results.
Saturday, August 29, 2015   (Image © Gilles Martin-Raget)
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Two tune-up races in a rather fresh breeze were sailed yesterday in Gothenburg SWE with 4 of the 6 teams in action.
'Artemis' with Nathan Outteridge AUS after a capsize and 'Team New Zealand' of Peter Burling NZL with equipment damage had to return ashore prematurely. Ben Ainslie GBR ('BAR') and Jimmy Spithill AUS ('Oracle') won one race each. Franck Cammas FRA with his 'Groupama' finished twice on 3rd. Here the video of the French team with an interview of the tacticien Arnaud Psarofaghis SUI.
The official report.
Saturday, August 29, 2015   (Image © M.Melandri)
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The Melges 32 Worlds on Sicily continued yesterday with two races sailed in light wind round 7 kn. With a race win, Alessandro Rombelli ITA (tactics Francesco Bruni ITA) advanced on rank 1 overall 2 points ahead of the defending champion Jason Carroll USA (Cameron Appleton NZL). Giangiacomo Serena MON (Branko Brcin SLO) on 3rd is 12 points behind.
The results and the daily news.
Saturday, August 29, 2015   
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The Starboat Eastern Hemisphere Championship in Muiden NED continued yesterday with three races. New leaders are Hubert Merkelbach/Frithjof Kleen GER, finishing 3/1/3, with a 12 points' advantage on Denis Khashina/Dmytro Mechetin UKR. Reinhard Schmidt/Uli Seeberger GER follow on rank 3. 30 teams competing.
The ranking list and the event facebook page.
Saturday, August 29, 2015   (Image © Patrick Schander)
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The points' gaps before the last two races yesterday were such, that any position changes on the podium would have been an extreme surprise. The 2015 World Champions Kristian Nergaard/J.Barne/T.Solli Säther NOR did win all races of the Championship and could therefore stay in the harbour during the last heat. Mark Holowesko BAH won Silver, George McKinney BAH and his team remained 3rd.
The final rankings.
Saturday, August 29, 2015   (Image © Bastian Nussbaumer)
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The Tempest World Championship 2015 on Lake Uri SUI ended yesterday with two races. It could not have been closer for Cornelia and Ruedi Christen SUI, as the best of the day Christian Spranger/Christopher Kopp GER, ranks 1 and 2, joined the Swiss on top at the end of the day, but thanks to the higher number of race wins, the Christen couple kept rank 1 and defended their previous year's title. Bronze went to Herbert and Christian Kujan GER. The ranking list and the event website.
Top News – Friday, August 28, 2015
Friday, August 28, 2015   (Image © Robert Hajduk)
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Light and shifty winds made the opening day of the Optimist World Championship in Dziwnow POL difficult for sailors and race officers, and only the first Group could terminate one race. All others were sent back ashore, as the shifts were too extreme. No ranking therefore on the event website, but a daily report. The wind forecast for today is not very promising.
Friday, August 28, 2015   
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The Moth European Championship in Lelystad NED was kicked off yesterday with two races sailed in a fresh breeze with considerable waves. Only 18 of the 74 participants finished the second race of the day.
A class of his own was the defending champion Chris Rashley GBR, taking the overall lead with two race wins. Robert Greenalgh GBR and Jason Belben GBR are the first challengers. The Laser Olympic Champion Peter Goodison GBR follows on rank 4. The best non-British is the Mini-Transat winner Benoît Marie FRA on rank 7.
The resuts, a video interview with Paul Goodison GBR and the daily report (only in Dutch this morning).
Friday, August 28, 2015   (Image © Lee Whitehead)
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Sun and an up to 20 kn breeze made the seccond last race day of the Fireball Worlds in Wales a perfect one. The situation on top of the rankings is even closer after the two races of Thursday. Admittedly, Christian Birrell/Sam Brearey GBR are still in the lead, but the day's best Tom Gillard/Richard Anderton GBR ranks 1 and 2, shortened the backlog on 3 points. Dave Edwards/Vyv Townend GBR are down on rank 3. The best non-English remain Rémy Thuillier/Mathieu Corruble FRA on rank 9. Ben Ballard/Tom Egli CAN are 53rd.
The ranking list and the daily news.
Friday, August 28, 2015   (Image © Ricardo Pinto)
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The Dragon Gold Cup continued yesterday with another race sailed in a moderate 10 kn breeze, won by Henrik Witzmann GER/UAE and his team. The top positions in the overall rankings did not change, as all leading teams were among the best yesterday.
Before the last race today, Lawrie Smith GBR has an 11 points' lead on Dmitry Samokhin RUS on 2nd with an advantage of 12 points on the 3rd-ranked Pieter Heerema NED. Markus Wieser UAE and Thomas Müller GER follow on the ranks 4 and 5 at equal points.
The results and the event website.
Friday, August 28, 2015   
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The Olympic 49er and 49erFX Youth World Championship 2015 in Flensburg GER was concluded yesterday with two Qualification Races and the Medal Races.
Benjamin Bildstein/David Husserl AUT succeeded to climb on rank one overall with top results in the fresh breeze races of Thursday, winning a Qualification heat and finishing 2nd in the Medal Race. Tito Ruggero/Giacomo Cavalli ITA won Silver, Chris Taylor/Sam Batten GBR Bronze. Lucas Rual/Clement Pequin FRA missed a Medal by 2 points only. Andrew and Matthew Mollerus USA finished on rank 37.
Jeske Kisters/Josca Hummel NED are the European Youth Champions in the 49ersFX ahead of Jule and Lotta Görge GER. Ragna and Maia Agerup NOR won Bronze.
The event website with results and videos.
Friday, August 28, 2015   
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The Starboat Eastern Hemisphere Championship in Muiden NED began yesterday with a race sailed in a fresh breeze. With the wind freshening on over 30 kn, racing was cancelled for the rest of the day.
Winner of the day were Rainer Schmidt/Uli Seeberger GER ahead of Hubert Merkelbach/Frithjof Kleen GER. Emilios Papathanasiou/Antonios Tsotras GRE follow on rank 3.
The ranking list and the event facebook page.
Friday, August 28, 2015   (Image © Guilain Grenier)
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Round 4 of the GC32-catamaran Sailing Cup began yesterday in Civitavecchia ITA in a 10 kn breeze, just on the edge of foiling. Six races were completed, and Yann Guichard FRA with his 'Spindrift' took the lead ahead of 'Sultanate of Oman' with Leigh McMillan GBR and 'Alinghi' with Ernesto Bertarelli SUI.
The results and the report.
Friday, August 28, 2015   
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Erik Heil/Thomas Plössel GER won Bronze at the Rio Test Event concluded last week. Back home in Germany, infections appeared on legs and hips, and he had to be hospitalized. For months, the disastrous water quality of Guanabara Bay with millionfold violation of bacteriums and viruses limits has been critized. A report in yacht.de.
ISAF, responsible for the sport of sailing at the Olympic Games on behalf of the IOC, does not seem to initiate the necessary steps to dislocate Olympic sailing to a safe place such as Buzios, 150 km North of Rio, a proven yacht racing venue, to safeguard the health of the athletes. Next will probably be claims and legal actions !
Friday, August 28, 2015   
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The Melges 32 Worlds on Sicily continued yesterday with two races sailed in light winds. Winner of the day was Giangiacomo Serena ITA with Branko Brcin SLO as tactician. Jason Carroll USA (with Cameron Appleton NZL) stays on top of the overall rankings one point ahead of Alessandro Rombelli ITA (with Francesco Bruni ITA). Alec Cutler BER (with Chris Rast USA) remains on rank 12.
The results and the daily report.
Friday, August 28, 2015   (Image © Soeren Colbing)
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Apparently no racing yesterday in Sweden, as no news have been posted on the event website. First before today's last races is Kristian Nergaard NOR clearly leading with 9 points on Mark Holowesko BAH. George McKinney BAH follows on rank 3.
The results and the event website.
Friday, August 28, 2015   
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Early and fresh with up to 5 bft was the thermal breeze yesterday on Lake Uri, but the breeze disappeared as quickly as it filled in. Just one race could be completed again won by Cornelia and Ruedi Christen SUI. Their advantage before the last races today is 9 points, and they are on a good way to defend their World's title today. Christain Spranger/Christopher Kopp GER remained on rank 2. Herbert and Christian Kujan GER moved up on rank 3.
The ranking list and the daily news.
Top News – Thursday, August 27, 2015
Thursday, August 27, 2015   
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After the Practice Race yesterday, the start to the first races of the Optimist World Championship 2015 in Poland will be given today. With 275 participants from 58 nations, this is the biggest and most international World Championship of all times ! Full 5-boat-teams of Canada, Mexico and the USA will be present. Last year's World Champion Nicolas Rolaz SUI does not defend his title as he is over the age limit.
The event facebook page presents photos of the Opening Ceremony. The event website contains among other details a link to the live tracking so that the races can be followed as from today.
Thursday, August 27, 2015   
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Just on the opening day of the Moth European Championship, a storm front with winds exceeding 40 kn rushed over the Netherlands, and racing had to be cancelled. 77 participants from 17 nations, among them the defending champion Chris Rashley GBR, are on the entry list. The event website and theevent facebook page with reports
Thursday, August 27, 2015   
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The sailing conditions remained challenging yesterday as well with a unconstant breeze, lighter as on the previous days. The European Laser Masters in Poland continued with two races per category.
In the Lasers Standard, Maciej Grabowski POL added more victories to his faultless result sheet, and the advantage on the 1988 Olympic Champion José-Luis Doreste ESP new on rank 2 is now 13 points. Piotr Wojewski POL follows on the 3rd place.
In the Lasers Radial, Jon Emmett GBR realised his fourth day win., but best of the day was Jan Jones GBR, ranks 1 and 2, who is now 8 points behind Emmett GBR.
All ranking lists (by age categoie) and the daily news.
Thursday, August 27, 2015   (Image © Ricardo Pinto)
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After the unplanned break in the program two days ago because of stormy conditions, two races were completed yesterday.
Lawrie Smith GBR and his team condolidated their first rank overall with the day ranks 2 and 8. Dimitry Samokhin RUS on 2nd is 14 points behind the first. 2. As best of the day, Pieter Heerema NED moved up on rank 3. Also on the way up is also Thomas Müller GER and his team new on the 4th 7th.
The ranking list and the report of the day.
Thursday, August 27, 2015   
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Lay day at the Fireball Worlds in Wales yesterday. Up to now, six races were sailed, mostly in rough up to 20 kn wind and strong tide current conditions. It is already now evident, that the Medals will go to the UK, as the best-ranked non-Brit Rémy Thuillier/Mathieu Corruble FRA is on rank 8 only. Leader for the moment are the defending Champilon Christian Birrell/Sam Brearey GBR 3 points ahead of Dave Edwars/Vyv Townsend GBR. Four races are still on the program. The ranking list.
Thursday, August 27, 2015   
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Moderate winds prevailed for the first time at the Youth Worlds of the Olympic skiffs on the Flensburg Firth yesterday, and three more races were completed.
A major overthrow happened in the 49ers. New on top are Tito Ruggero/Giacomo Cavalli ITA with Benjamin Bildstein/David Hussl AUT on 2nd one point behind. Chris Taylor/Sam Batten GBR advanced on rank 3. Andrew + Matthew Molerus USA are on rank 29
In the 49ersFX, the leading Jeske Kisters/Josca Hummel NED successfully defended the first position, with Jule and Lotta Görge GER, best of the day, on rank 2 overall.
All ranking lists and the videos on the event website.
Thursday, August 27, 2015   
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The Melges 32 World Championship in Trapani ITA was kicked off yesterday in a fresh North wind of up to 20 kn. 22 teams from 9 nations are on the list of participants, and as usual, a number of top sailors are on the boats assisting the owner-drivers as tacticians.
After three races, the duo Jason Carroll USA (tactics Cameron Appleton NZL) defending Champion and Alessandro Rombelli ITA (with Francesco Bruni ITA) shares the lead. Ryan Devos USA (with Mark Mendelblatt USA) follows on rank 3. Among the participants is also Chris Rast SUI/USA, tactician with Alec Cutler BER, on rank 12 for the moment.
The ranking list and the daily news.
Thursday, August 27, 2015   
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Only one race was sailed yesterday in a moderate but unconstant wind, again with Kristian Nergaard NOR as winner, and with an advantage of 9 points on the second Mark Holowesko BAH, he will most probaby defend his last year's title. George McKinney BAH remains 3rd. The ranking list.
 
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