North America – Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Tuesday, January 16, 2018   

Finn, Laser - Midwinters - Lauderdale FL, USA - Final results

 Finn, Laser - Midwinters - Lauderdale FL, USA - Final results Moderate to strong conditions prevailed during the 2018 Lauderdale Olympic Class Regatta with the Laser Atlantic Coast Championships and the Finn Midwinters on January 13 to 15 racing. Juan Maegli (GUA) topped the 44-boat Laser fleet, Chase Carraway (USA) finished first in the 93-boat Laser Radial fleet with Pernelle Michon (FRA) as best woman in second, Emma Shakespeare (USA) won among the 15 Laser 4.7s, and Milan Vujasinovic (CRO) was first in the small 8-boat Finn fleet. The results.
Tuesday, January 16, 2018   

470, 420 - North American Championships - Miami FL, USA - Final results

 470, 420 - North American Championships - Miami FL, USA - Final results The 2018 470 and 420 North American Championship was held on Biscayne Bay on January 13 to 15 initially in light winds increasing to moderate to breezy conditions for the final two days. As a tune-up to the World Cup Series Miami (Jan. 23-28), Luke Patience/Chris Grube (GBR) topped the 33-boat Men's 470 fleet, Afrodite Zegers/ Anneloes Van Veen (NED) dominted the 30-boat Women's 470 fleet while Thomas Rice/Trevor Bornarth (USA) finished first in the the I-420 title over 41 teams. The ranking lists.
North America – Saturday, December 30, 2017
Saturday, December 30, 2017   (Image © Matias Capizzano)

Optimist, 420, Laser - Orange Bowl Regatta - Miami FL, USA - Day 3

 Optimist, 420, Laser - Orange Bowl Regatta - Miami FL, USA - Day 3 The Optimists raced on Biscayne Bay yesterday split in Gold- and Silverfleets. Today, the crucial final races will be held with Cort Snyder USA and Richard Schultheis MLT on point behind fighting for the overall victory. Emily Alforthish USA on the 7th place is the best-ranked girl.
All ranking lists.
North America – Saturday, December 16, 2017
Saturday, December 16, 2017   

29er, 420, Laser Radial, Nacra 15, RS:X-Windsurfer - Youth World Championship 2017 - Sanya CHN - Final Day - most successful US Youth Worlds Team

 29er, 420, Laser Radial, Nacra 15, RS:X-Windsurfer - Youth World Championship 2017 - Sanya CHN - Final Day - most successful US Youth Worlds Team The 2017 Youth World Sailing Championship in Sanya, China (December 11-16) concluded on Friday, closing the books on a successful week by the U.S. Youth Worlds Team. American sailors won three medals in nine classes, nearly added a fourth, and finished third in the Nation’s Trophy standings, the highest finish by the United States in many years.
The US Sailing Report, all ranking lists and the event website.
North America – Saturday, November 25, 2017
Saturday, November 25, 2017   (Image © PWA/John Carter)

Windsurfing - PWA World Tour 2017 - Slalom, Foil - Noumea FRA - Day 5

 Windsurfing - PWA World Tour 2017 - Slalom, Foil - Noumea FRA - Day 5 The moderate seabreeze persisted on day 5 of the PWA Worldcup event on the South Seas again, providing for excellent condition.
No change in the top ranks of the Men's Slalom with Antoine Albeau FRA as first ahead of Matteo Iachino ITA and Pierre Mortefon FRA. In the Women's, Delphine Cousin FRA remained on top with two race wins, followed by the all-rounder Sara-Quita Offringa NED and Marion Mortefon FRA on the ranks 2 and 3.
In the Foil-Windsurfers, the dominator is Gonzalo Costa ARG clearly leading ahead of Nicola Goyard FRA and Maciek Rutkowski POLnew on the positions 2 and 3.
All other details on the PWA website.
North America – Wednesday, November 15, 2017
North America – Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Tuesday, October 17, 2017   

J/70 - North American Championship 2017

 J/70 - North American Championship 2017 The 'Catapult Team' of Joel Ronning USA, past World Champion 2016, with John Kostecki as tactician won the J/70 North Americans held at the American Yacht Club Rye NY ahead of 'Relative Obscurity' of the reigning 2017 World Champion Peter Duncan USA. The 53 teams competing sailed 8 races. Jenn and Ray Wulff with their team on rank 14 won the Corinthian title.
The results and the J/70 Class facebook page.
North America – Thursday, September 28, 2017
Thursday, September 28, 2017   

M32-Catamaran - World Match Racing Tour, Act 5 - Chicago IL, US - Day 1

 M32-Catamaran - World Match Racing Tour, Act 5 - Chicago IL, US - Day 1 Round 5 of the World Match Racing Tour began yesterday in Chicago as always with the fleetraces in three groups of 5 or 6 teams to define the best-16 for the matchracing grid. Leading after half of the qualifiers are Yann Guichard FRA, Chris Steele NZL and Taylor Canfield ISV. Good chances for a qualification has also the all-female 'Team Magenta' of Sally Barkow USA (with Elodie-Jane Mettraux SUI and Nathalie Brugger SUI).
The report and the ranking lists.
North America – Monday, September 25, 2017
Monday, September 25, 2017   

5o5 - World Championship 2017 - Annapolis MA, USA - Day 1

 5o5 - World Championship 2017 - Annapolis MA, USA - Day 1 The wind was only 5-8 kn on the first day of the 5o5 World Championship 2017 on Chesapeak Bay in Annapolis USA, allowing to complete just one race.
The favorites have taken control already with Howie Hamlin/Andy Zinn USA on first ahead of Mike Holt/Carl Smit USA. On rank 3 follows the home team of Taylor Moore/Rob Woelfel USA. Pinell/Shelton GBR on the 4th place are the best Europeans. 87 teams from 12 nations participate.
The ranking list, the daily news and the video replay of the GPS tracking. This evening UTC, today's races can be followed on livestream here.
North America – Saturday, August 26, 2017
North America – Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Wednesday, August 23, 2017   

Olympic Classes - US Sailing Team Expands Roster

 Olympic Classes - US Sailing Team Expands Roster Following strong performances on the international racing circuit this summer, the US Sailing Team has announced the addition of five athletes to the 2017 roster:Steph Roble/Maggie Shea women’s 49erFX, Chris Rast/Trevor Burdmen’s 49er, Haddon Hughes women’s Laser Radial class. The five Americans join the 18 athletes nominated to the US Sailing Team 2017 in March. The US Sailing Team Website.
North America – Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Wednesday, July 12, 2017   

Various classes - 49th Transpac Regatta Los Angeles - Honolulu, Mighty Merlow 1st multihull, Comanche first monohull, both with new course records

 Various classes - 49th Transpac Regatta Los Angeles - Honolulu, Mighty Merlow 1st multihull, Comanche first monohull, both with new course records The 49th Transpac Race will be remembered as the year of the records as both the outright multihull and monohull times for the 2225 nm course from Los Angles to Honolulu have been officially eclipsed.
The ORMA-60 'Mighty Merloe' of HL Enloe USA and his crew, steered by Loïck Peyron FRA, took the line honors with an elapsed time of 04:07:03:30, improving on the 20 year old multihull record of 'Commodore Explorer' set at 05:09:18:26 by more than a day. Lloyd Thornburg's MOD70 'Phaedo3' finished roughly 3 hrs later and Giovanni Soldini's MOD70 'Maserati' took another 3 hours more.
The next record was beaten by the first monohull, the 100-foot 'Comanche' of Jim Clark USA steered by Ken Read USA, navigator Stan Honey USA, setting the monohull course record on 05:01:55:26, over half a day faster than the previous record set by 'Alfa Romeo II' of 05:14:36:20.
The official Transpac website and the race tracker
North America – Friday, July 7, 2017
Friday, July 7, 2017   

Various classes - 49th Transpac Regatta Los Angeles - Honolulu, Start of the final wave with the fastest boats yesterday

 Various classes - 49th Transpac Regatta Los Angeles - Honolulu, Start of the final wave with the fastest boats yesterday Another perfect Southern California summer day yesterday yielded bluebird conditions for the third and final wave of starters for the 49th Transpac Race. Joining the 17 fastest monohulls, such as Jim Clarks' 'Comanche' with Ken Read and Stan Honey, were five ocean racing multihulls, with the MOD7s of Giovanni Soldini's 'Maserati' and Lloyd Thurnburg's 'Phaedo3', to set off on their 2225-mile odyssey to the finish in Honolulu. The breeze started at a light 6-8 knots, but quickly built up to 10-12 knots after the start allowing the fleet to speed towards their first – and only – mark of the course at the West End of Catalina.
The race tracker and the event website with positions and videos.
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