The races of the last day only changed the rankings of the Boys Lasers as the leading duo Zac Littlewood AUS and Tytus Butowski POL engaged in a close matchrace finished down in the fleet letting Ygit Citak TUR grasp the title with a 5th race rank. Littlewood AUS and Butowski POL had to content themselves with Silver and Bronze. —– No change in the Radial Girls with Chiara Benini ITA as winner in front of Ana Moncada ESP and Shai Kakon ISR. —– In the Boys 29ers , Matthias Berthet/Aleksander Franks NOR finished on top ahead of Ville Korhonen/Edvard Bremer FIN and Archie Cropley/Max Paul AUS. —– A smashing victory celebrated Berta Puig/Isabella Casaretto USA in the Girls 29ers followed by Antonia and Victoria Schultheis MLT on 2nd and Martina Carlsson/Amanda Ljunggren SWE on 3rd. —– Behind the premature winners in the Nacra 15 , Will Cooley/Rebecca Hancock AUS, Titouan Petard/Marion Declef FRA secured Silver ahead of Silas Mühle/Levke Möller GER with Bronze. —– In the Boys 420s , Sposato/Centrone ITA and Sade/Homri ISR earned Silver and Bronze behind the premature winners Seb Menzies/Blake McGlashan NZL. —– The Girls 420 World Champions were know prematurely as well with Madeline Hawkins/Yumi Yoshiasu USA taking Gold, followed by Neus Ballester/Andrea Perello ESP and Theresa Steinlein/Lisa Plettner GER. —– The duel of the Boys RS:X windsurfers went in favour of Fabian Pianazza FRA over Nicolo Renna ITA. Bronze went to Liam Segev ISR. In the RS:X Girls , Linoy Geva ISR is on first ahead of Yana Reznikova RUS and Héloise Maquaert FRA. —– The Nations rankings are won by Spain ahead of France and the USA, ahead of the leading sailing nations ITA, GBR and AUS. —– All ranking lists and the official news. —— Please find all final results of North American and Caribbean sailors on a separate overview.