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Top News – Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Wednesday, June 26, 2019   

Optimist - European Championship 2019 - Crozon Morgat FRA - Day 2 - NorAm top-15 results in both gender fleetsStarke Schweizer Girls

The first two races of the Optimist European Championship were sailed at the French Atlantic Coast yesterday. ----- In the Girls fleet, Lisa Vucetti ITA (ranks 3 and 1) has taken the lead ahead of Marie Mazuay SUI (1/6) and Jule Ernst GER (4(4). Katrin Doble USA is 8th, Ami Glennie CAN 89th among the 117 participants. ----- Winning both races of his group, Marc Mesquida ESP is on top of the Boys rankings one point ahead of Fernando Menezes BRA (2/1). Dimitrios Bitros GER (2/2) is 3rd. The best North Americans are Pearse Dowd USA on 13th and Christopher Tang CAN as 110th among the 176 participants. ----- The ranking lists and the event website, where the report will be posted later today Tuesday.
Wednesday, June 26, 2019   

Figaro 3 - La Solitaire - Leg 4 - Day 4 - Close race to the finish today - overall winner Yoann Richomme FRA safe

With the final arrival in Dieppe FRA this morning UTC, the Figaro 3 Solitaire will be concluded. The Vendée Globe routiniers Armel Le Cléac'h FRA and Yann Eliès FRA are neck and neck ahead in this 4th and last leg of the race. Loick Peyron FRA follows 0,5nm behind. The boats are sailing within a few miles only and the overall rankings will not change with Yoann Richomme FRA - this morning rank 5 with a 0,7nm backlog - on rank one. ----- The race tracker, the news and the videos.
 
Top News – Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Tuesday, June 25, 2019   

Optimist - European Championship - Crozon-Morgat FRA - Day 1, with USA and CAN participants

 Optimist - European Championship - Crozon-Morgat FRA - Day 1, with USA and CAN participants "The first day of racing starts on Monday with two races scheduled" ... according to the Event Website of the Optimist European Championship in Brittany FRA. Unfortunately, neither the event website nor the event facebook page contain any race information this morning UTC, and we assume, that racing will commence only today, Tuesday June 25th.
Tuesday, June 25, 2019   

J/70 - Youth Champions League - Kiel GER - Final results, German Club Youth (U21) Team winner

 J/70 - Youth Champions League - Kiel GER - Final results, German Club Youth (U21) Team winner The Youth Champions League event in Kiel, sailed on J/70s, was concluded yesterday with the Final races of the best four Youth U-21 Club Teams. The Qualification phase winner BYC Überlingen GER grasped the title ahead of the RC Oberhofen SUI on 2nd. The Flensburger SC GER completed the podium. The YC Bielersee with Damian Suri SUI finished 4th in the Final race. ----- The ranking list. ----- The Youth Sailing Champions League for U21 Club Teams is the Youth event of the Sailing Champions League with 70 Club Teams from 21 nations participating.
Tuesday, June 25, 2019   

Figaro 3 - La Solitaire - Leg 4 - Day 3, Peron FRA ahead of Richomme FRA with 150nm to go

 Figaro 3 - La Solitaire - Leg 4 - Day 3, Peron FRA ahead of Richomme FRA with 150nm to go Yesterday evening, an attack close to the Cowes coast was successful for a group of five, leaving the rest of the fleet some miles behind before rounding the 'Owers' waypoint. Eric Peron FRA was leading 0,6nm ahead of the overall first Yoann Richomme FRA. The solo skippers are now on the way back to France 150nm away this morning UTC.
The race tracker, the news and the videos.
Tuesday, June 25, 2019   

International Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 3 - top North Americans in 29ers and Lasers Radial

 International Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 3 - top North Americans in 29ers and Lasers Radial Leader change in the 29er Euro-Cup rankings after the first four final races yesterday with Jonas Schupp/Moritz Hagemeyer GER new on top one point ahead of Mathias Berthet/Aleksander Franks NOR. Superbly sailing Stephen Baker/Oliver Duncan USA are now on the 8th place with a 47 point backlog on the leader .... and this including a 60 point blackflag penalty on their result sheet !! Berta Puig/Bella Casaretto USA did not compete and dropped on rank 56. The 29er ranking list. ----- Reshuffling of the clearly leading trio in the Laser Radial Open, where Otto Henry AUS is new on top 3 points ahead of Emma Savelon NED. Tayte Stefaniuk CAN is now down on 3rd 7 points behind the leader. Daniel Escudero USA advanced on rank 8 among the 125 participants. The Laser Radial ranking list. ----- In the 5o5s, Wolfgang Hunger/Holger Jess GER are on the way to their 22nd (!) Kiel Week victory, as their advantage on Penny and Russell Clarke GBR is now up on 14 points before the last races today. The 5o5 ranking list. ----- In the Musto-Skiffs, Rick Peacock GBR replaced Paul Dijkstra NED on rank 1. The Musto Skiff ranking list. ----- In the 'One-Person-Foiling-Dinghy' with Moths and WASZP sailing together, Adriano Petrino SUI is now 5 points ahead of the second-ranked Max Lutz GER. The Foiling-Dinghy ranking list. ----- The triple Olympic medalist Freddy Lööf SWE extended his lead in the OK Dinghy European Championship rankings on 16 points and will no doubt grab the title at the end of the day. Valerian Lebrun FRA is now 2nd. The OK Dinghy ranking list. ----- All ranking lists and the news.
Tuesday, June 25, 2019   

IRC, ORC, PHRF, One Design .... Classes - 2019 Block Island Race Week - Race day 1

 IRC, ORC, PHRF, One Design .... Classes - 2019 Block Island Race Week - Race day 1 Yesterday, 122 boats split in 13 Divisions/Classes sailed the first three races of the 2019 Block Island Race Week. ----- In the 52-foot IRC Division, 'Beau Geste' of Karl Kwok, Hong Kong is on first, one point ahead of 'Gladiator' of Tony Langley, Retford, Nottinghamshire, GBR. 'Fox' of Victor Wild, San Diego, CA, USA, is on 3rd. ---- See detailed ranking lists for all results as well as the day one recap and the Drone highlights of day 1.
 
Top News – Monday, June 24, 2019
Monday, June 24, 2019   

Optimist - European Championship - Crozon-Morgat FRA - Start today wth 6 Boys and 2 Girls from North America

 Optimist - European Championship - Crozon-Morgat FRA - Start today wth 6 Boys and 2 Girls from North America The Optimist European Championship begins today in Brittany FRA with 176 Boys from 49 nations and 5 continents as well as 117 Girls from 44 nations and 5 continents on the entry lists. North America is represented with 3 Boys and 1 Girl from CAN as well as the USA.
Racing can be followed during the day over GPS tracking. The event website.
Monday, June 24, 2019   

Figaro 3 - La Solitaire - Leg 4 - Day 2, Le Cléac'h FRA leading along the English coast

 Figaro 3 - La Solitaire - Leg 4 - Day 2, Le Cléac'h FRA leading along the English coast Heading East along the English South Coast this morning UTC, the 46 Figaro Solitaire solo skippers were sailing closely together with Armel Le Cléac'h FRA 0,2nm ahead of Lois Berrehar FRA. A quartet started an attack very near to the shore, but without success up to now. ----- The race tracker, the news and the videos.
Monday, June 24, 2019   

M32-Catamaran - European Series - Medemblik NED - Final results, Spindrift with Revil FRA winner

 M32-Catamaran - European Series - Medemblik NED - Final results, Spindrift with Revil FRA winner The Netherlands M32 Sailing Series was concluded yesterday with 4 races initially in moderate winds, decreasing during the day. Finishing three times on top, 'Spindrift' with Xavier Revil FRA was the winner ahead of 'GAC Pindar' with Ian Williams GBR and 'Section 16' with Richard Davies SUI/USA. ----- The results and the final report.
Monday, June 24, 2019   

International Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 2

 International Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 2 Sun and good wind conditions allowed to sail the full program for all 18 classes on the second day of the Kiel Week. ----- 9 races have been completed in the 29er Eurocup so far. Ville Korhonen/Edvard Bremer FIN extended their lead on Finn Walter/Marcus Borlinghaus GER to 6 points. Stephen Baker/Oliver Duncan USA would be fighting for rank 1, if they had not suffered a second blackflag disqualification relegating them on rank 16 overall with a 60 not-yet-discardable points penalty. Berta Puig/Bella Casaretto USA are on the 27th place. The 29er ranking list. ----- In the Laser Radial Open, Tayte Stefaniuk CAN moved up on rank 1 ahead of Otto Henry AUS new on 2nd. Emma Savelon NED is now 3rd. Daniel Escudero USA did a giant step forward on rank 8. The Laser Radial ranking list. ----- In the 5o5s, Wolfgang Hunger/Holger Jess GER are first with a 7 point advantage on Penny and Russell Clarke GBR. Another 7 points behind follow Jörgen and Jacob Bojsen-Möller DEN on 3rd. The 5o5 ranking list. ----- Paul Dijkstra NED is the clear leader in the Musto-Skiffs. The Musto-Skiff ranking list.
In the 'One-Person-Foiling-Dinghy' with Moths and WASZP sailing together, Adriano Petrino SUI is on top with 5 bullets in 7 races. The Foiling-Dinghy ranking list. ----- The leader at the OK Dinghy European Championship, Freddy Lööf SWE, extended his lead on the persuers Jan Kurfeld GER and Valérien Lebrun FRA to 6, respectively 15 points. The OK-Dinghy ranking list.
All other ranking lists and the news (scroll down).
 
Top News – Sunday, June 23, 2019
Sunday, June 23, 2019   (Image © Studio Borlenghi)

Star - World Championship 2019 - Porto Cervo ITA - Final results - Kusznierewicz/Prada BRA winner ahed of Augie Diaz/Henry Boening and Eivind Melleby/Joshua Revkin

 Star - World Championship 2019 - Porto Cervo  ITA - Final results - Kusznierewicz/Prada BRA winner ahed of Augie Diaz/Henry Boening and Eivind Melleby/Joshua Revkin Winning the last race of the Star World Championship in Porto Cervo / Sardinia ITA, held in a 15-20kn wind yesterday, Mateusz Kusznierewicz POL/Bruno Prada BRA earned the title ahead of Augie Diaz USA/Henry Boening BRA and Eivind Melleby NOR/Joshua Revkin USA. Paul Cayard/Artur Lopes USA/BRA finished 7th, George Szabo/Guy Avellon USA descended on rank 12 after a blackflag penalty in the last race. ----- 65 teams participated.----- The final results and the news.
Sunday, June 23, 2019   

F50-Catamaran - Sail GP - Act 3 - New York USA - Final results, Japan with Outteridge AUS defeats Australia with Slingsby AUS

 F50-Catamaran - Sail GP - Act 3 - New York USA - Final results, Japan with Outteridge AUS defeats Australia with Slingsby AUS With an additional race win and second place, 'Team Japan' with Nathan Outteridge AUS finished first in the fleetrace series ahead of 'Team Australia' with Tom Slingsby AUS. Winning the 5th and last race, 'Team USA' with Rome Kirby USA moved up on rank 3 overall. ----- After an intial close duel in the matchracing final, 'Team Japan' distanced 'Team Australia' on the second downwind to celebrate their first SailGP victory. ----- The results, the news and the video replay of the final day.
Sunday, June 23, 2019   

Figaro 3 - La Solitaire - Leg 4 - Day 1, the final leg 4 started, Loison FRA leading

 Figaro 3 - La Solitaire - Leg 4 - Day 1, the final leg 4 started, Loison FRA leading This morning UTC, Wolf Rock at the most southwestern point of England was rounded with Alexis Loison FRA leading ahead of Eric Péron FRA and Jérémy Beyou FRA. The start to the final Leg 4 of the Figaro Solitaire, leading over 480nm from the Bay of Morlaix FRA to the English South Coast and back to Dieppe FRA was given yesterday. ----- The race tracker, the news and the videos.
Sunday, June 23, 2019   

International Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 1 - 18 Classes/Divisions in part I of the Week, incl. CAN/USA boats in Radials and 29ers

 International Classes - Kiel Week - Kiel GER - Day 1 - 18 Classes/Divisions in part I of the Week, incl. CAN/USA boats in Radials and 29ers Part one of the 2019 Kiel Week with 18 International and National Classes sailing was kicked off yesterday in good sailing conditions. ----- Present among others are the OK-Dinghies (91 boats), sailing their European Championship, and the clear favorite Freddy Lööf SWE is already in the lead after two races. In the Laser Radial Open (125 boats, incl. 2 CAN and 2 USA), Emma Savelon NED is first ahead of Tayte Stefaniuk CAN 2nd. Daniel Escudero USA follows on rank 30. ----- In the 5o5s (30 boats), the epic duel between Hunger/Jess GER and Böjsen-Möller/Böjsen-Möller DEN is going on with the Germans 2 points ahead after 3 races. The 29ers (117 boats) sail another round of their Eurocup Series. After 4 races, Jonas Schupp/Moritz Hagenmayer GER and Alice Moss/Carl Hörfelt SWE share the lead at equal points. Berta Puig/Bella Casaretto USA are 4th. Stephan Baker/Oliver Duncan USA, day ranks 1 and blackflag, are 50th ----- All other ranking lists and the news (scroll down).
Sunday, June 23, 2019   

J/70 - Youth Champions League 2019 - Kiel GER - Day 1, 21 Club Teams racing

 J/70 - Youth Champions League 2019 - Kiel GER - Day 1, 21 Club Teams racing 21 J/70 Club youth teams from 9 nations (incl. Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron AUS) participate in the 2019 Youth Sailing Champions League, an event of the 2019 Sailing Champions League, held during the 2019 Kiel Week.
Five flights were completed so far and the superior interim leader is the Flensburger SC GER with Thore Kisbaye GER. On rank 2 follows the YC Bielersee SUI with Damian Suri SUI. The Mariehamns Seglarförening FIN is on rank 3. ----- The leaderboard.
Sunday, June 23, 2019   

TP52 - Super Series 2019 - Act 3 - Cadiz ESP - Final results, Provezza TUR winner

 TP52 - Super Series 2019 - Act 3 - Cadiz ESP - Final results, Provezza TUR winner 'Provezza' of Ergan Imre TUR with John Cutler NZL and Hamish Pepper NZL, day ranks 2 and 4, climbed on top of the TP52 Super Series Royal Cup in Puerto Sherry/Cadiz ESP, Act 2 of the 2019 Championship, one point ahead of 'Azzurra' with Alberto Roemmers ARG and Santiago Lange ARG. The leading 'Bronenosec' of Vladimir Liubomirov RUS with Morgan Larson USA and Sime Fantela CRO finished 3rd. The US boats 'Sled' (Takashi Okura USA/Adam Beashel AUS) and 'Quantum' (Doug DeVos USA/Ed Baird USA) on the ranks 5 and 7 never really played a role in this regatta. ----- The news with the ranking list and the video of the day.
Sunday, June 23, 2019   

Super-Maxi - Super-Yacht-Cup - Palma ESP - Final results - WinWin Class A first overall, Topaz rank 1 Class B

 Super-Maxi - Super-Yacht-Cup - Palma ESP - Final results - WinWin Class A first overall, Topaz rank 1 Class B The Palma Super-Yacht-Cup was concluded yesterday with a last race. 'Win Win' (Class A) lived up to her name once again and emerged as the overall victor of the Superyacht Cup, with class winners 'Topaz' (Class B) and 'Bequia' (Class C). The tight duel between the two majestic J-Class Yachts 'Topaz' and 'Velsheda' went finally in favour of the 42,7 meter 'Topaz' turning the table in the last race. ----- The daily news, all ranking lists and the photos.
 
Top News – Saturday, June 22, 2019
Saturday, June 22, 2019   

Star - World Championship 2019 - Porto Cervo ITA - Day 5, a trio will fight for the title today

 Star - World Championship 2019 - Porto Cervo ITA - Day 5, a trio will fight for the title today Three teams, all former World Champions, remain in the race for the title before the sixth and last race today: Augie Diaz USA/Henry Boening BRA lead 4 points ahead of the tied duo Eivind Melleby/NOR/Joshua Revkin USA and Mateusz Kusznierewicz POL/Bruno Prada BRA. As best of the day with the ranks 1 and 3, Marin Misura/Tonko Barac CRO advanced on rank 4 overall. Cayard/Lopes USA/BRA 7th and Szabo/Avellon USA 9th remained in the top ten----- With 10-15kn, the wind was for the first time somewhat fresher during the two regattas of Friday. ----- The ranking list and the daily news.
Saturday, June 22, 2019   

F50-Catamaran - Sail GP - Act 3 - New York USA - Day 1, JPN ahead of AUS after three races

 F50-Catamaran - Sail GP - Act 3 - New York USA - Day 1, JPN ahead of AUS after three races More of the same on day one of SailGP Act 3 in New York with 'Team Australia' of Tom Slingsby AUS and 'Team Japan' of Nathan Outteridge AUS duelling for the lead. After three races, the Japanese, winning two heats, had the upper hand one point ahead of the Australians. ----- The variable winds between 10 and 30kn and shifts of up to 40° made sailing on Hudson River very challenging. 'Team GBR' of Dylan Fletcher GBR even capsized before the first start and could not compete during the whole day. ----- The ranking list and the daily news.
Saturday, June 22, 2019   

TP52 - Super Series 2019 - Cadiz ESP - Day 4, Bronenosec RUS sole leader before last two races today

 TP52 - Super Series 2019 - Cadiz ESP - Day 4, Bronenosec RUS sole leader before last two races today For once, two 'outsiders' - 'Alegre' of Massimo Soriano GBR and 'Phoenix' of Tina Plattner GER - celebrated the victories of the day. Finishing on the ranks 3 and 5, 'Bronenosec' of Vladimir Liubomirov RUS with Morgan Larson USA climbed on top of the overall rankings before the final two races of today Saturday. No improvements by the two US boats 'Sled' (Takashi Okura USA/Adam Beashel AUS) and 'Quantum' (Doug DeVos USA/Ed Baird USA) staying on the ranks 5 and 7. ----- Perfect sailing conditions prevailed again on the fourth day of the Cadiz Super Series regattas. ----- The daily news with results and the video of the day.
 
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