International – Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Tuesday, January 15, 2019   

Laser - US-National Championship 2019 - Fort Lauderdale FL, USA - Final results

 Laser - US-National Championship 2019 - Fort Lauderdale FL, USA - Final results As a prelude to the forthcoming Miami Olympic Classes Worldcup Regatta, the 2019 Laser Class U.S. National Championships were held in Fort Lauderdale FL on January 11-14 with a remarkable international attention.
The winner in the 54-boat Laser fleet was Stefano Peschiera (PER) 6 points ahead of Charlie Buckingham as the top US sailing in second overall. Robert Davis CAN on 3rd is already Paige Railey (USA) won in the 83-boat Laser Radial fleet with a huge 35 point advantage on Sarah Douglas CAN. Erika Reineke USA earned Bronze. Spencer Dominguez (USA) finished first in the 7-boat Laser 4.7 fleet.
The results.
International – Monday, January 14, 2019
Monday, January 14, 2019   

Laser - Jeff Martin GBR passed away

 Laser - Jeff Martin GBR passed away Jeff Martin GBR passed away on 11 January 2019 while on a ski holiday with family and friends. Jeff's dedication to the sport of sailing was unparalleled, having served as the Executive Secretary of the International Laser Class Association for 40 years, and in many important functions at World Sailing (i.e. the former IYRA and ISAF). Jeff was a cornerstone of Laser events, having worked at every Laser Open World Championship except the first one in 1974 where he was a competitor.
The news.
International – Sunday, January 13, 2019
Sunday, January 13, 2019   

12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions 2019 - Sydney AUS - Title for Nick Press/Andrew Hay AUS

 12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions 2019 - Sydney AUS - Title for Nick Press/Andrew Hay AUS In the final race of the 2019 Interdomnions on Syndey Harbour, the leading Nick Press/Andrew Hay AUS kept the situation under control finishing first overall with a 6 point lead of Brett Hobson/Jeremy Jones AUS, winners of the last race.
The results and the final report.
International – Saturday, January 12, 2019
Saturday, January 12, 2019   

Finn - Australian National Championship 2019 - Melbourne AUS - Final results

 Finn - Australian National Championship 2019 - Melbourne AUS - Final results The Australian Finn Nationals were concluded this morning with two more seabreeze regattas. At the same venue, the 2019 Finn World Championship will take place next December, and already now, a number of top sailors seized the opportunity to test the environment.
Giles Scott GBR scored two more bullets and terminated the Championship as clear winner with a 14 points' lead on Nicholas Heiner NED. Jake Lilley AUS defended his podium place against Ed Wright GBR who finished 4th by a small margin.
The results and the news of yesterday.
Saturday, January 12, 2019   

12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions 2019 - Sydney AUS - Day 6

 12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions 2019 - Sydney AUS - Day 6 With 10-12kn, the most moderated conditions prevailed on Sydney Harbour so far yesterday at the Interdominions. Thanks to another race win, Nick Press/Andrew Hay AUS consolidated their first place with a 6 points' advantage on Brett Hobson/Jeremy Jones AUS and cannot loose this first place in the final race today.
The results and the news of yesterday.
International – Friday, January 11, 2019
Friday, January 11, 2019   

Tornado - World Championship 2019 - Takapuna NZL - Final results

The World Championship of the former Olympic Tornado Catamarans was concluded yesterday on Hauracki Bay / Auckland NZL with as last race. The sequence on the podium remained unchanged: Brett Burvill/Max Puttman AUS earned their first title in front of Jörg Steiner/Michael Gloor SUI grasping Silver. On rank 3 followed the mixed team Elena Jentsch/Daniel Brown GER.
The final ranking list and the daily news.
Friday, January 11, 2019   

Optimist - Team Race - Monaco MON - Day 1, with Team USA on 2nd

 Optimist - Team Race - Monaco MON - Day 1, with Team USA on 2nd The 2019 Optimist Team Race began yesterday on Monaco Harbour in light winds with 16 teams from 16 nations and 4 contintents having sailed 4 to 5 duels. The host team from the YC Monaco was the only one to win all five matches. The Royal Swedish YC, the Helsingfors SK and the Team USA follow behind with 4 wins each.
The results and the event website.
Friday, January 11, 2019   

12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions 2019 - Sydney AUS - Day 6

 12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions 2019 - Sydney AUS - Day 6 After yesterday's lay day, the 12-Footer Interdominions Regatta will be in the crucial phase as from today. No results have yet been posted re the two races on program, but as the the situation is very close, the final outcome will only be known after the last race of the Championship anyhow.
Nick Press/Andrew Hay AUS are leading 3 points head of Brett Hobson/Jeremy Jones AUS. The ranking list.
International – Thursday, January 10, 2019
Thursday, January 10, 2019   

Tornado - World Championship 2019 - Takapuna NZL - Day 5

After the two races of this morning UTC, the Tornado Worlds title is firmly in the hands of Brett Burvill/Max Puttman AUS as the advantage of 11 points can hardly be compensated by the immediate challengers Jörg Steiner/Michael Gloor SUI, who are on a safe Silver Medal course with a 16 points' lead on Estela Jentsch/Daniel Brown AUS. Tomorrow, the last two races are on the program.
The results and the daily news.
Thursday, January 10, 2019   

12 Foot Skiff - Interdominions - Sydney AUS - Day 5

 12 Foot Skiff - Interdominions - Sydney AUS - Day 5 Fresh winds of up to 22kn prevailed yesterday on Sydney Harbour making the races quite entertaining with critical situations and capsizes.
Finishing the races without problems were the Nick Press/Andrew Hay AUS with two race wins taking the overall rank one 3 points ahead of the previous leaders Brett Hobson/Jeremy Jones AUS. These two teams will fight for the interdominions title in the remaining three races after another lay day.
The daily news with a link to the results.
International – Wednesday, January 9, 2019
Wednesday, January 9, 2019   

Dragon - World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Final results

 Dragon - World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Final results The Dragon World Championship in Western Australia was concluded with two races yesterday. Finishing 1st and 2nd, Andy Beadsworth/Ali Tezdiker/Simon Fry sailing the Turkish 'Provezza' demonstrated once more their superiority winning the title 3 points ahead of Grant Gordon GBR and his team. Bronze went to Klaus Diederichs GBR (with Diego Negri ITA).
The results and the event website.
Wednesday, January 9, 2019   

Tornado - World Championship 2019 - Takapuna NZL - Day 5

 Tornado - World Championship 2019 - Takapuna NZL - Day 5 After the lay day yesterday, racing continued this morning UTC and both heats have been completed according to program.
Twice, the winners were Brett Burvill/Max Puttman AUS extending their lead on 11 points. Jörg Steiner/Michael Gloor SUI on the solid 2nd place have a 13 points' advantage on the 3rd-ranked Estela Jentsch/Daniel Brown GER.
The results.
Wednesday, January 9, 2019   

12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions - Sydney AUS - Day 5

 12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions - Sydney AUS - Day 5 Avec 18 nds de vent hier en baie de Sydney AUS, les conditions étaient parfaites pour les 12’ en cette 5e journée des Interdominions.
Le duel entre Brett Hobson/Jeremy Jones AUS et Nick Press/Andrew Hay reste passionnant à suivre alors que les deux équipages n’ont que 1 point d’écart au général provisoire.
Le classement et la page Facebook de l’épreuve.
Wednesday, January 9, 2019   (Image © Lara Blasse)

Finn - Australian National Championship 2019 - Melbourne AUS - Day 1

 Finn - Australian National Championship 2019 - Melbourne AUS - Day 1 Yesterday, the Australian Finn National Championship began in Melbourne with an extremely good attention, as the Finn Worlds will take place at the same venue later this year.
The Olympic Champion Giles Scott GBR won both races and is the clear leader ahead of Nicholas Heiner NED and Jack Lilley AUS.
The results and the news.
International – Tuesday, January 8, 2019
Tuesday, January 8, 2019   (Image © Tom Hodge)

Dragon - World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Day 5

 Dragon - World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Day 5 The Dragon World Championship in Western Australia continued yesterday with two windy races. As both leading boats were disqualified once for a premature start, the final outcome of the Championship is fully open again before the last race today.
Andy Beadsworth GBR with his Turkish team is still on top of the rankings, but Grant Gordon GBR is only one point behind, and Klaus Diedrichs GBR - backlog 2 points - as well as 3 points' back Peter Gilmour AUS steering a JPN boat have a chance to win the title.
The ranking list, the yesterday's news and the event website, where the final results will be posted in the coming hours this morning UTC.
Tuesday, January 8, 2019   

Tornado World Championship 2019 - Takapuna NZL - Day 4

Halftime at the Tornado World Championship in New Zealand after yesterday's two races. Today is lay day in Auckland. Despite of a disqualification, Brett Burvill/Max Putman AUS are staying on top of the rankings with a 6 points' lead on Jörg Steiner/Michael Gloor SUI. On the 3rd place follow Estela Jentsch, age 16, with Daniel Brown GER as crew.
The results and the daily news.
Tuesday, January 8, 2019   

12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions - Sydney AUS - Day 4

 12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions - Sydney AUS - Day 4 Yesterday was lay day at the 12-Footer Interdominions in Sydney. Today's races are now underway this morning UTC and the results will be posted by noon on the event website and/or the event facebook page.
After three races, the leaders are Brett Hobson/Jeremy Jones AUS ahead of the defending champions Nick Press/Andrew Hay AUS.
35 teams from Australia and New Zealand participate.
International – Monday, January 7, 2019
Monday, January 7, 2019   

5o5 - World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Final results - US triple

 5o5 - World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Final results - US triple After a superb series of races, Mike Martin/Adam Lowry USA had their 5o5 World Champion title already before the last race yesterday. In the close fight for Silver and Bronze, Parker Shinn/Eric Anderson USA finished 2nd and Mike Holt/Carl Smith USA 3rd.
The final ranking list, the news and the event facebook page.
Monday, January 7, 2019   

Dragon - World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Day 4

 Dragon - World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Day 4 Yesterday after press deadline, the second race of the day - the fifth overall - was held, again won by Andy Beadsworth GBR and his Turkish 'Provezza' team. He extended his lead on 6 points. Peter Heerema NED remained on rank 2. Peter Gilmour AUS, sailing under JAP flag, best of the day (1/2), moved up on rank 3. Today's results have not yet been posted on the event website.
The ranking list and yesterday's news.
Monday, January 7, 2019   

Tornado - World Championship 2019 - Takapuna NZL - Day 3

Brett Burvill/Max Puttman AUS, the dominators of the Tornado Worlds, won again both races yesterday, but were disqualified in one heat, allowing Jörg Steiner/Michael Gloor SUI to take the interim's lead for the day. After the two races of this morning UTC, the Aussies reclaimed rank 1 as the discard result was activated. Jörg Steiner/Michael Gloor SUI remain on rank 2, Estela Jentsch/Daniel Brown GER advanced on rank 3.
The results, the news of yesterday and the video of day 2.
Monday, January 7, 2019   

Etchells - Sidney Doren Memorial Regatta - Miami FL USA

Over the past weekend, the second of four Etchells Biscayne Bay Series events was held with 46 teams on the starting line. The winner of Act 1 was also theBay in Miami, FL. After winning the first event, Steve Benjamin USA, was also clearly ahead at the Sidney Doren Memorial Regatta. Three races were held on Saturday in a moderate breeze, while there was no wind on day 2.
The results.
Monday, January 7, 2019   

Star - Levin Memorial Regatta - Miami FL USA

 Star - Levin Memorial Regatta - Miami FL USA 19 teams sailed the third event of the Star Winter Series, the Levin Memorial Regatta, over the past weekend. Good Biscayne Bay conditions prevailed on Saturday allowing the held three races, but the wind was missing on the second day keeping the boats in harbour.
Daniel Cayard/Roger Cheer and Jim Buckingham/Phil Toth finished on top with the same number of points, with the tie broken in favour of Cayard/Cheer. Three points back followed Augie Diaz/Cam Lymburner.
The results.
Monday, January 7, 2019   

Optimist, var. Youth (and Open) Classes - Orange Bowl Regatta, Dec 27-30 - Miami FL, the final result

The final results of the International Youth Orange Bowl Regatta, held on Biscayne Bay / Miami FL at the end of last year have been posted.
The winners in the different classes are Rayne Duff/Savannah Young (ISV) in Club 420, Stefano Viale (PER) in Laser 4.7, Asher Zittrer (USA) in Laser Radial, Ben Childerley (GBR) in Laser Standard, Brayden Zawyer (USA) in Optmist Green, and Cort Snyder (USA) in Optimist RWB. The ranking lists.
At the same time, an Open Regatta was held in the 29ers, I420 and Lasers Standard with Berta P/Bella Casaretto (USA) in 29er, Justin and Mitchell Callahan (USA) in the I420 and Augie Diaz (USA) in the Lasers Standard as winners. The results.
Monday, January 7, 2019   

12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominion Championship 2019 - Sydney AUS - Day 2

 12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominion Championship 2019 - Sydney AUS - Day 2 The 12-Footer Interdominions continued on Sydney Harbour yesterday with another two races, sailed in somewhat more moderate conditions. Again winning one race, Brett Hobson/Jeremy Jones AUS defended their first place. The second race of the day saw Nick Press/Andrew Hay AUS on rank 1, keeping a close contact with the overall leaders. 35 teams from Australia and New Zealand participate.
The results, the daily news, the event facebook page and the event website.
International – Sunday, January 6, 2019
Sunday, January 6, 2019   (Image © Tom Hodge)

5o5 - World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Day 4, the USA trio still in the lead

 5o5 - World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Day 4, the USA trio still in the lead After the lay day, the 5o5 Worlds in Fremantle Western Australia continued this morning UTC with two more races. Admittedly, Mike Martin/Adam Lowry USA had a mediocre day with the ranks 4 and 26, but they defended their lead 25 points ahead of Mike Holt/Carl Smit USA on 2nd closely followed by Parker Shinn/Eric Anderson USA 2 points back. With a mere 4 point backlog on Silver, Howie Hamlin/Jeff Nelson USA, as well as Wolfgang Hunger/Holger Jess GER, 6 points behind, remain strong contenders for a place on the podium.
The results and the event website, to be updated with news during the morning UTC.
Sunday, January 6, 2019   

Dragon - World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Day 3

 Dragon - World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Day 3 Yesterday's race was started with some delay - winner was Pieter Heerema NED and his team - but today, the program was completed as planned and the race is already over with the Turkish 'Provezza', steered by Andy Beadsworth GBR, on first, taking the overall lead one point ahead of Grant Gordon GBR. New on rank 3 is Klaus Diedrichs GBR (with Jamie Lea GBR and Dego Negri ITA).
The ranking list and the event website with news.
Sunday, January 6, 2019   

12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions 2019 - Sydney AUS - Day 1

 12-Foot-Skiff - Interdominions 2019 - Sydney AUS - Day 1 The 12-Footer Interdominions, the inofficial World Championship of the Class, began on Sydney Harbour yesterday with race sailed in an up to 25kn wind, and numerous capsizes and some equipment failures were inevitable.
The day winners were Brett Hobson/Jeremy Jones AUS, ahead of the defending champions Nick Press/Andrew Hay AUS.
The results, the news and the event facebook page with photos and videos.
Sunday, January 6, 2019   

Tornado - World Championship 2019 - Takapuna NZL - Day 2

The World Championship of the former Olympic Tornado Class began yesterday on Hauraki Bay off Auckland NZL with two races.
Finishing twice on top, Brett Burvill/Max Puttman AUS have taken the lead ahead of Rex and Brett Sellars NZL and Zdenek Pavlis/Michaela Pavlisova CZE.
The results, the daily news and the video of day one.
The results of today Sunday will be posted during the morning UTC on the event website. Two races are again on the program today.
International – Saturday, January 5, 2019
Saturday, January 5, 2019   

5o5 - World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Day 4

 5o5 - World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Day 4 Three races were sailed yesterday at the 5o5 Worlds in Fremantle AUS to catch up with the program. Today, there is the lay day in Western Australia.
In a freshening wind, the leaders Mike Martin/Adam Lowry USA were again a class of their own and are now leading overall with a 17 point advantage on Mike Holt/Carl Smit USA. Howie Hamlin/Jeff Nelson USA moved up on rank 3.
The ranking list and the daily news.
Saturday, January 5, 2019   (Image © Tom Hodge)

Dragon World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Day 2

 Dragon World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Day 2 The start to the second race was just given at press deadline this morning UTC (6 a.m.) at the Dragon Worlds in Fremantle Western Australia. The results will be posted on the event website by noon.
The first race of the Championship - we reported yesterday - was won by Grant Gordon GBR ahead of Andy Beadsworth GBR steering a Turkish Dragon.
The ranking list and the report of day one.
International – Friday, January 4, 2019
Friday, January 4, 2019   

5o5 - World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Day 3. triple US lead

 5o5 - World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Day 3. triple US lead The two races of today Friday have already been held, while yesterday, only one heat could be completed in the freshening wind.
Mike Martin/Adam Lowry USA dominated today's races again with the ranks 1 and 2, extending their lead on 11 points. Mike Holt/Carl Smit USA moved up on rank 2 and with Parker Shinn/Eric Anderson USA on 3rd, a triple US lead became reality, but the best German team Julian Stückl/Johannes Tellen GER on the 4th place is only one point behind the podium.
The results and yesterday's news.
Friday, January 4, 2019   

Dragon - World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Day 1

 Dragon - World Championship 2019 - Fremantle AUS - Day 1 The Dragon World Championship in Western Australia began this morning UTC with one race won by Grant Gordon GBR (a.o. with Sophie Weguelin GBR) ahead of Andy Beadsworth GBR steering a Turkish boat. On rank 3 follows Peter Gilmour AUS sailing under Japanese flag.
The ranking list and the event website.
Friday, January 4, 2019   

OpenBic - World Championship 2018 - Auckland NZL - Final results, best US sailors are 6th (U17) and 8th (U13)

 OpenBic - World Championship 2018 - Auckland NZL - Final results, best US sailors are 6th (U17) and 8th (U13) The OpenBic World Championship in New Zealand was terminated this morning UTC with two races.
No changes occurred in the U13 rankings with Breanne Wadley AUS winning ahead of Ted Houry NZL and Tiphaine Rideau FRA. The best of the 5 US participants is Makani Andrews USA on rank 8.
In the U17 rankings, Davide Mulas ITA grasped the title in front of Travis Wadley AUS and Leopoldo Sirolli ITA. CJ Perez USA on rank 6 is the best of 3 US participants.
The event website with news and ranking lists
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