Wind- & Kitesurfing – Thursday, July 18, 2019
Thursday, July 18, 2019   

Youth World Championship 2019 - Day 3, Results of all North American and Caribbean Sailors/Teams

 Youth World Championship 2019 - Day 3, Results of all North American and Caribbean Sailors/Teams 2019 Youth World Sailing Championship, Gdynia/Poland
Ranks of North Americans and Caribbeans. July 17th


420 Boys, 30 boats, 6 races:
6th Oliver Hurwitz/Ethan Froelich USA
25th Moritz Heidenreich/David Frost CAN
29th Carlos Romero/Bruno Aciemo MEX

420 Girls, 24 boats, 6 races:
1st Madeline Hawkins/Yumi Yoshiyasu USA
24th Savannah Taylor/Elisie Gilles CAN

Laser Radial Boys, 57 boats, 6 races:
7th Connor Nelson USA
9th Ryan Anderson CAN
16th Thad Lettsome IVB
23rd Campbell Patton BER
27th Mathie Dale ISV
24th Savannah Taylor/Elisie Gilles CAN
36th Daniel Smit ANT
50th Darius Berrenos AHO
53rd Adrian Elizondo Garza ¨MEX
57th Trent Hardwick BIZ

Laser Radial Girls, 47 boats, 6 races :
22nd Grace Austin USA
29th Hunter Dejean CAN
37th Jalese Gordon ANT
41st Mary Kathryn Grace TCA
42nd Maria Porter MEX
46th Ava Hider CAY

29er Boys, 28 boats, 9 races:
11th Stephen Baker/Oliver Duncan USA
17th Thomas & William Staples CAN
20th Dawson Kohl/Steven Hardee ISV

29er Girls, 25 boats, 8 races:
2nd Berta Puig/Isabella Casaretto USA
14th Morgan Kittson/Adrianna Baird CAN
24th Lola Kohl/Lucy Klempen ISV

Nacra 15 Mixed, 21 boats, 9 races:
8th Jack Sutter/Charlotte Versavel USA

RS:X Boys, 20 boards, 7 races:
8th Alex Torres Rinaldelli MEX
17th Alexander Temko USA

RS:X Girls, 20 boards, 7 races:
8th Joanna Diego MEX
16th Dominique Stater USA



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Thursday, July 18, 2019   (Image © Szymon Sikora)

29er, 420, Laser Radial, Nacra 15, RS:X - Youth World Championship - Gdynia POL - Day 3, USA girls on top in the 420 and 29ers

 29er, 420, Laser Radial, Nacra 15, RS:X - Youth World Championship - Gdynia POL - Day 3, USA girls on top in the 420 and 29ers Seb Menzies/Blake McGlashan NZL enjoyed the fresher breeze around 15kn on the third day of the Youth Worlds and extended their lead on the 2nd-ranked Sade/Homri ISR in the 420 Boys to 13 points. ----- Madeline Hawkings/Yumi Yoshiyasu USA continue to dominate the 420 Girls increasing their advantage on 18 points. Theresa Steinlein/Lina Plettner GER on rank 2 are only 3 points in front of Natascha and Samira Rast SUI jumping on the 3rd place with a race win. ----- In the 29ers Boys, the defending champions Matthias Berthet/Aleksander Franks NOR have now a 16 point lead on Archie Cropley/Max Paul AUS. ----- In the 29er Girls , Martina Carlsson/Amanda Ljunggren SWE are the new leaders ahead of Berta Puig/Isabella Cassereto USA just one point back. ----- With two race wins, Silas Mühle/Levke Möller GER increased their advantage in the Nacra 15 on Will Cooley/Rebecca Hancock AUS to 5 points. Petard/Declef FRA are 3rd. ----- In the Lasers Standard, Tytus Butowski POL - the star of the local public and media - is on the first place 3 points ahead of Juan Cardosos ARG. Zac Littlewood AUS follows on the 3rd rank. ----- Chiara Benini ITA and Ana Moncada ESP share now the lead in the Lasers Radial.----- Nicolo Renna ITA dominates the RS:X Boys windsurfers 7 points ahead of Fabien Pianazza FRA. ----- In the RS:X Girls windsurfers, Héloise Macquaert FRA is the new leader as Natasa Lappa CYP was relegated on rank 2 after a disqualification. ----- France is leading in the Nations Rankings, the USA are 5th among the 67 nations. ----- Go to a results overview of all North American and Caribbean sailors/teams. ----- All ranking lists and the daily news.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Wednesday, July 17, 2019   (Image © Robert Hajduk)

29er, 420, Laser Radial, Nacra 15, RS:X-Windsurfer - Youth World Championship 2019 - Gdynia POL - Day 2, seven North Americans in top 10

 29er, 420, Laser Radial, Nacra 15, RS:X-Windsurfer - Youth World Championship 2019 - Gdynia POL - Day 2, seven North Americans in top 10 Good sailing conditions prevailed yesterday in Poland and all fleets completed the full program. ----- In the 29er Girls, Antonia and Victoria Schultheis MLT have taken the lead ahead of Berta Puig/Isabella Casaretto USA. ----- In the 29er Boys, the defending champions Matthias Berthet/Aleksander Franks NOR are on top after 6 races. Kohonen/Bremer FIN on 2nd are already 10 points behind. ----- In the 420 Boys, Seb Menzies/Blake McGlashan NZL are on first with Martin Wizner/Pedro Ameneiro ESP following on 2nd. ----- The 420 Girls are lead by Madeline Hawkings/Yumi Yoshiyasu USA, 5 points in front of Kana Kobayashi/Natsumi Shirasu JPN and Theresa Steinlein/Lina Plettner GER tied on the ranks 2 and 3. ----- In the Nacra 15, Will Cooley/Rebecca Hancock AUS are now one point ahead of Titouan Petard/Marion Declef FRA. ----- In the Laser Radial Boys, Tytus Butowski POL has a one point advantage on Wonn Kye Lee SGP. ------ In the Laser Radial Girls, Chiara Benini ITA defended her lead ahead of Ana Moncada ESP and Shai Kakon ISR. In the RS:X Boys windsurfers is Nicolo Renna ITA on top. ----- In the RS:X Girls windsurfers, Linoy Geva ISR helds the first position. ----- All positions of the North American and Caribbean sailors/teams . ----- All ranking lists, including the updated Nations Ranking, and the daily news.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Tuesday, July 16, 2019
Tuesday, July 16, 2019   

29er, 420, Laser Radial, Nacra 15, RS:X-Windsurfer - Youth World Championship 2019 - Gdynia POL - Day 1, Nelson Connor USA 2nd Laser

 29er, 420, Laser Radial, Nacra 15, RS:X-Windsurfer - Youth World Championship 2019 - Gdynia POL - Day 1, Nelson Connor USA 2nd Laser The 2019 Youth World Sailing Championship began yesterday in Poland in a light 7-10kn breeze, allowing only some of the classes to sail their first races. ----- The 420 Boys completed two races with Achille Casco/Eliot Schick SUI, ranks 3 and 5, taking the lead. On the ranks 2 and 3 followed Seb Menzies/Blake McGlashan NZL and Martin Wizner/Pedro Almeira ESP - the duo fighting for the 420 Worlds title in Portugal last week. ----- The 420 Girls did not race. ----- In the 29er-Boys, the full program with 3 races was completed. Ville Korhonen/Edvard Bremer FIN are first ahead of Mathias Berthet/Aleksander Franks NOR and Marius Westerlind/Olle Aronsson SWE. ----- The 29er Girls did not sail. ----- The Lasers Radial completed one heat in both genders. In the Boys, Otto Dahlberg FIN leads ahead of Connor Nelson USA and Tytus Butowski POL. ----- In the Radial Girls, Chiara Benini ITA ahead of Manon Peyre FRA and Simone Chen SGP are in front. ----- In the Nacras 15, Silas Mühle/Levke Möller GER and Will Cooley/Rebecca Hancock AUS share the lead after two races. Titouan Petard/Marion Declef FRA follow on rank 3. ----- The RS:X windsurfers did not compete. ----- All ranking lists and the daily news.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Monday, July 15, 2019
Monday, July 15, 2019   

29er, 420, Laser Radial, Nacra 15, RS:X-Windsurfer - Youth World Championship 2019 - Gdynia POL

 29er, 420, Laser Radial, Nacra 15, RS:X-Windsurfer - Youth World Championship 2019 - Gdynia POL Today is day one of the Youth World Sailing Championship in Poland with 409 participants from 66 nations on the entry list. North America is well represented with teams from the USA, CAN and MEX, as well as a number of Carribean nations. ----- The report on the Opening event of yesterday.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Friday, July 12, 2019
Friday, July 12, 2019   

Windsurfing - Raceboard World Championship - Warnemünde GER - Final results

 Windsurfing - Raceboard World Championship - Warnemünde GER - Final results The Windsurfing Raceboard World Championships was concluded yesterday at the Warnemuende Week with Maksymilian Wojcik POL winning in the Men, Aleksandra Blinnikka FIN in the Women and Ferran Jurado ESP in the Juniors. Steven Uhtoff USA, the only North American present, finished 36th among the 73 starters. ----- All ranking lists and the daily news.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Wednesday, July 10, 2019
Wednesday, July 10, 2019   

Various Classes - Warnemünde Week - Warnemünde GER - Day 4, with North Americans in Raceboards, J/22 and Radial Women

 Various Classes - Warnemünde Week - Warnemünde GER - Day 4, with North Americans in Raceboards, J/22 and Radial Women At half time of the traditional Warnemuende Week, a number of German dominated classes concluded their competitions (see ranking lists). ----- The Windsurfing Raceboard World Championship is still underway with Maksymilian Wocik POL having won all 6 races in the Men fleet, Aleksandra Blinnikka FIN first in the Women fleet and Ferran Jurado Besa ESP dominating the Junior fleet. Steven Uhthoff USAis 35th in the Men fleet. ----- Today begins the J/22 World Championship with 31 teams from 6 nations on the entry list, among them Johan Koppernaes CAN and Mike Farrington CAY and their teams. ----- The Laser-Europacup Baltic Sea event begins today as well with 215 participants from 25 nations with Elena Oetling MEX in the Radials. Here the preview of this highlight of the week. ----- All ranking lists and the daily news.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Sunday, July 7, 2019
Sunday, July 7, 2019   (Image © Pepe Hartmann)

Various Classes - Warnemünder Week - Warnemünde GER - Day 1, this year with the J/22 and Raceboard Worlds

 Various Classes - Warnemünder Week - Warnemünde GER - Day 1, this year with the J/22 and Raceboard Worlds The Warnemünde Week was kicked off yesterday in rain and temperatures around 15°, this year with the World Championships of the J/22 and the Raceboard Class, as well as another Laser-Europa-Cup Act. ----- Yesterday, the OK Dinghies, Pirats, RSAeros and 2.4m started with their races. The J/22 Worlds beginning on Tuesday hold a tune-up race today, and the bigboats will start to their first long-distance race. ----- The event website with ranking lists and the daily news.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Thursday, June 20, 2019
Thursday, June 20, 2019   

Kite Boarding - Rob Douglas USA sets new world record for the fastest mile on a kite

 Kite Boarding - Rob Douglas USA sets new world record for the fastest mile on a kite Rob Douglas USA has set a new nautical mile speed sailing world record at Plage du Rouet, in La Palme FRA. The USA kiteboarder rode his kite at 39.04 knots (44.93 miles per hour) during the 2019 Prince of Speed. Tramontane winds were blowing in the 30-to-45-knot range. Douglas was assisted by world champion kite foiler Nico Parlier FRA.
The news with a video.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Monday, June 17, 2019
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Monday, June 10, 2019
Monday, June 10, 2019   

Olympic Worldcup - Finals - Marseille FRA - Final results after Medal Races, best US result McNay/Hughes 8th in 470 men

 Olympic Worldcup - Finals - Marseille FRA - Final results after Medal Races, best US result McNay/Hughes 8th in 470 men No change on top of the 470 men with Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS clearly winning ahead of Jordi Xammar/Nicolas Rodriguez ESP and Hippolyte Machetti/Sidoine Dantes FRA. Stuart McNay/David Hughes USA won the Medal Race but remained on the 8th place overall. ----- Camille Lecointre/Aloise Retornaz FRA succeeded to control the one-point-leading Hannah Mills/Eilidh McIntyre GBR right from the start and covered the GBR women in a matchracing style till the end. Mas-Depares/Cantero ESP earned Bronze. ----- A very light breeze filled in only very late in the afternoon in Marseille FRA yesterday, just before the latest possible start time for the two 470 Medal Races. -----The two Laser and the Finn Medal Races scheduled earlier had to be cancelled due to lack of wind. Andy Maloney NZL finished first in the Finns. ----- In the Lasers, the winners were Giovanni Cocolutto ITA in the Standards and Viktorija Andrulyte LTU in the Radials. ----- All ranking lists and the final report.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Sunday, June 9, 2019
Sunday, June 9, 2019   

Olympic Worldcup - Finals - Marseille FRA - Day 6 - McNay/Hughes USA on 8th qualified for the Medal Race today

 Olympic Worldcup - Finals - Marseille FRA - Day 6 - McNay/Hughes USA on 8th qualified for the Medal Race today After a week with mostly fresh winds, the first five Medal Races were sailed in a light to moderate breeze of 8-10kn yesterday. Today, the remaining five classes will held their crucial final race. We shall report livestream on www.sailing-news.com as from 11h UTC. ----- The RS:X men Medal Race was exciting: Mattia Camboni ITA grasped the overall victory ahead of Daniele Benedetti ITA. Louis Giard FRA advanced on rank 3. ----- In the RS:X women, Liliane De Geus NED had everything under control winning with a big advance, but the fight for Silver and Bronze was tight and decided in favour of Saskia Sills GBR over Flavia Tartaglini ITA on the final downwind leg only. ----- Behind the premature winners in the 49ers, Federico and Arturo Alonso ESP, the positions on the podium remained unchanged. Benjamin Bildstein/David Hussl AUT and Sébastien Schneiter/Lucien Cujean SUI earned Silver and Bronze. ----- In the 49ersFX, Julie Bossard/Aude Compan FRA remained on top winning the Medal Race. Melzacka/Loboda POL took Silver. The duel for Bronze went in favour of Omari/Distefano ITA replacing the tied Schöfegger/Boustani AUT on the podium. ----- No change in the Nacra-17 catamarans with Vittorio Bisarro/Maelle Frascari ITA on first in front of John Gimson/Anna Burnet GBR. Ruggero Tita (just selected for the 'Luna Rossa-Prada-Pirelli' America's Cup team) with Caterina Banti ITA earned Bronze. ----- Winning the Medal Race as well, Nicolas Parlier FRA was the dominating first in Open Kiteboarding ahead of Théo De Ramecourt FRA and Axel Mazella FRA. -------- The remaining five classes will sail their Medal Races today with two premature winners: the Olympic Champions Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS are first in the 470 men with a 20 point lead. Stu McNay/Dave Hughes USA qualified for the Medal Race as 8th. ----- Early overall winner is also Viktoria Andrulyte LTU in the Lasers Radial with an 18 point lead. -----The fight for the Medals will be exciting in the Lasers Standard with the first 5 separated by 7 points only. Only 6 points is the difference of the ranks 2 to 5 in the Lasers Radial. ----- In the 470 women, the duel for Gold is between Hannah Mills/Eilidh McIntyre GBR and Camille Lecointre/Aloise Retornaz FRA one point behind. Winning the final fleetrace, Atlantic and Nora Brugman USA, rank 18, overtook Nikola Barnes/Lara Dallman-Weis USA, rank 19. ----- In the Finns, Andy Maloney NZL is on top 8 points ahead of Josh Junior NZL, and another 8 points back follows Max Salminen SWE on 3rd. ----- All ranking lists and the daily news.
Wind- & Kitesurfing – Saturday, June 8, 2019
Saturday, June 8, 2019   

Olympic Worldcup 2019 - Finals - Marseille FRA - Day 4 - McNay/Hughes USA 9th will have to defend Medal Race qualification today

 Olympic Worldcup 2019 - Finals - Marseille FRA - Day 4 - McNay/Hughes USA 9th will have to defend Medal Race qualification today The program of the day had to be abandoned by 13h UTC when the initial 15kn breeze was freshening to over 30kn. Today, the Medal Races of the RS:X windsurfers, 49ers, 49ersFX and Nacra 17 will take place. To be followed on www.sailing-news.com as from 6h ECT. The other classes sail their final fleetraces.
Finishing 1 and 2 yesterday, Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS extended their lead on Xammar/Rodriguez ESP in the 470 men to 15 points. Today, Stu McNay/Dave Hughes USA on rank 9 will have to defend the Medal Race qualification 11 points from rank 11. ----- Hannah Mills/Eilidh McIntyre GBR remain on top of the 470 women, but the best of the day Camille Lecointre/Aloise Retornaz FRA reduced the deficit on 4 points. Nikole Barnes/Lara Dallman-Weis USA and Atlantic and Nora Brugman USA remained on the ranks 19, respectively 21. ----- The Kiteboarders enjoyed the fresh winds and held another four races. Nicolas Parlier FRA is now 9 points ahead of Axel Mazella FRA. Half of the fleet refrained from starting in these conditions, among them the USA participants Daniela Moroz USA, best women in the Open fleet, rank 12, Kirstyn O'Brien USA 13th and Brad Funk USA 19th. ----- 16 points is the advantage of Vittorio Bisarro/Maelle Frascari ITA on John Gimson/Anna Burnet GBR in the Nacra 17. Enrique Figueroa/Gretchen Ortiz PUR remained 19th. ----- After another convincing day, Federico Alonso/Arturo Alonso ESP are the premature winners in the 49ers with a 27 point advantage before the Medal Race. On the second place follow Bildstein/Hussl AUT. Sébastien Schneiter/Lucien Cujean SUI on rank 3 are 10 points behind the Austrians, but to keep Bronze today, the advantage on the closest opponents is small. ----- In the 49erFX, Aleksandra Melzacka/Kinga Loboda POL, day ranks 1 and 3, reduced the gap on the leading Julie Bossard/Aude Compan FRA to 4 points. ----- Leader change in the RS:X men windsurfers: Piotr Myszka POL is new on top but Daniele Benedetti ITA is only one point behind and also Pierre Le Coq FRA, 2 points back, remains in touch for victory. ----- In the RS:X women, the advantage of Liliane De Geus NED on Saskia Sills GBR is 11 points. ----- Andy Maloney NZL is now 6 points in front of Josh Junior NZL in the Finns. Max Salminen SWE remains on the 3rd place. ----- The two Laser fleets did not compete. Ryan Lo SGP leads in the Standards, Viktoria Andrulyte LTU in the Radials. ----- All results and the daily news.
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