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J/70 – Sailing Champions League – Finals – St.Moritz SUI – Day 3, the heat is on before the Final today

Good Maloja wind conditions prevailed again on Lake St-Moritz yesterday allowing to complete 4 rounds. Today, another 3 rounds are on the program, leading to the start of the Final with the best four Club teams at 13.30 UTC. —– Kalövig Badelaug (Aarhus DEN) with Lars Vilhelmsen DEN reclaimed rank 1 ahead of the Norddeutsche […]

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Laser 4.7 – Youth World Championship 2019 – Kingston CAN – Start today

Today, the Laser 4.7 World Championship begins on the Olympic waters of Kingston CAN with 185 participants from 35 nations and 4 continents – 64 girls and 121 boys, with huge delegations from the USA and Canada, as well as boats from Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands,. —– A moderate thermal breeze between […]

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Olympic Test Event – Enoshima JPN – Day 2, USA sailors in top-10 are Erika Reineke 5th Laser Radial, Luke Miller 8th Finn and McNay/Hughes 10th 470 men

Two respectively three races per class were held on the opening day of the Olympic test event in Enoshima JPN in a fresh wind around 20kn and big waves. —– The results of the North Americans were diverging. In the first half of the small fleets finished the Lasers Standard of Christopher Barnard on 11th […]

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Lightning – North American Championship – Point Albino ON – Ched Proctor, Southport CT and his team Champions

No racing on the final day as the breeze never filled in. The Championship was dominated by a trio with Veggie Sub of Ched Proctor, Southport, CT, USA with his team 5 points ahead of Team PatStrong of David Starck, Amherst, NY, USA on 2nd and Last Dance of Bob Martin, Oceanside, CA, USA another […]

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J/70 – Sailing Champions League – Finals – St.Moritz SUI – Day 2, Club teams from DEN, RUS and AUS on ranks 1 to 3

Great Maloja winds came in on Lake St. Moritz in the early afternoon, bringing plenty of action directly in front of the spectator grandstand at the 2019 Champions League Final and major changes occurred during the five flights of the day. —– New on top is the Kongelig Dansk YC (Copenhagen) with Henrik Jensen DEN […]

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Melges 24 – North American Championship – Traverse City MI, USA – Day 1, Zingara Takes the Melges 24 North American Championship Lead

The opening day at the 2019 Melges 24 North American Championship produced three great races leaving Richard Reid, Port Credit, Ont, CAN at the helm of Zingara with a significant 11-point lead over Flying Toaster of Mike Dow, Traverse City, MI, USA, first Corinthian, in second place. Pied Piper/National Marine Melges 24 of Jack Jenning, […]

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Olympic Classes – Olympic Test Event – Enoshima JPN – Day 1

Racing commences today at Ready Steady Toyko – Sailing with 355 athletes from 47 nations. The Canadian and USA Teams are represented with all Olympia candidates. Here the complete North American list of participants . —– No results and information has been made available this morning UTC at press deadline. First results will be available […]

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Match Racing – Youth World Championship 2019 – Ekaterinburg RUS – Day 3,

Round Robin II of the Youth Matchracing Worlds in Russia continued yesterday with Tom Grimes AUS as dominating leader with a 13-1 score. Nick Egnot-Johnson NZL followed on rank 2 with 11-3, Igor Tarasiuk POL on the 3rd place is on 9-3. John Parkin USA remains on rank 5 with 9-5. —– The results and […]

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Various Classes – Cowes Week – Cowes GBR – Day 7, final races concluded

Just before the storm front hitting England, all classes completed final short races at the Cowes Week. Today, the Cowes Town Regatta is on the program, that can again be followed livestream. —– All ranking lists and the daily news.

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go greta!

Yesterday Boris Herrmann GER/Pierre Casiraghi MON started with their Open 60 in Plymouth GBR for their North Atlantic crossing with the prominent 16-year-old environmental activist Greta Thunberg on board. The journey will last 2 weeks. The report from BBC.

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