The defending World Champion Javier Conte ARG and his team have taken the lead in the Lightning Worlds after four races one point ahead of David Starck USA (Buffalo Canoe Club) and his team. Felipe Robles CHI and his team follow on rank 3. 45 teams from 12 nations and 4 continents participate. —– The […]
While the men sailed their eliminations to qualify for the last eight in the Gran Canaria Freestyle Semi Finals, the women held their Finals in perfect conditions. Mikaili Sol (BRA) was the winner ahead of Bruna Kajiya (BRA) and Pippa van Iersel (NED). —– The news with videos. —– The Men Finals will take place […]
The start to leg 3 of the Figaro 3 Solitaire will be given in Roscoff FRA today at 13h UTC. Light winds and a strong tide current will make the situation difficult. The course leads across the British Channel to the Irish South Course and back over 450nm. —– The preview and the race tracker.
The Finn World Masters in Denmark were concluded yesterday with two races held in moderate winds. Vladimir Krutskikh RUS went on with his winning streak (7 bullets in 7 races) and earned his third Masters title. Michael Maier CZE and Laurent Hay FRA completed the podium. At equal points on the ranks 4 and 5 […]
482 teams are on the entry list of the 81st Bol dOr on Lake Geneva departing at 9h UTC this morning, an event with many famous names on the list of winners such as Dennis Connor USA and Russell Coutts NZL. The weather forecast predicts rain and variable winds between 0 and 4 bft. —– […]
Light and circling winds inhibited racing on the last day of the Dragon Gold Cup 2019 on the Ijsselmeer NED and Pedro Andrade/Christian Giannini/Joao Vidinha POR earned the Trophy 10 points ahead of Pieter Heerema NED and his team. Sailing for a Japanese team, Peter Gilmour AUS grasped the Bronze Medal. 90 teams racing. —– […]
The defending World Champion Javier Conte ARG and his team finished first at the Lightning European Championship in Finland ahead of five North Americans with Todd Wake USA on 2nd and Bill Mauk USA on 3rd. —– Ched Proctor (USA) and his team won the World Masters Championship followed by Tom Allen USA and Larry […]
The performance of Vladimir Krutskikh RUS remained flawless winning both races in his group yesterday in Denmark in sun and a 12-14kn wind. On rank 2 with a 5 point backlog followed Michael Maier CZE. Finishing 2nd and 3rd, Christoph Christen SUI moved up on rank 3 overall with a 9 point deficit on the […]
As reported yesterday, the 88-Foot Maxi Rambler 88 of George David USA with Brad Butterworth NZL as tactician took the line honors on the Elapsed Time ranking list. The record was not beaten, as a lull patch in the approach to Monaco decelerated the fast pace. Meanhwhile, all 179 participants remaining in the race reached […]
Circling and finally dying winds hindered racing on the third day of the Finn Masters in Denmark yesterday. Valery Krutskikh RUS is on top of the In the ranking list ahead of Anthony Nossiter AUS and Laurant Hay FRA after three races. The best North American is Henry Sprague USA on rank 10. —– The […]
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