Good sailing conditions prevailed also on the third day of the Vilamoura GP with winds of up to 20kn. In the 49ers, Diego Botin/Iago Lopez ESP reclaimed the first place 2 points ahead of James Peters/Fynn Sterritt GBR. Justus Schmidt/Max Boehme GER are now 3rd. In the 49ersFX, Anemiek Bekkering/Annette Duetz NED have taken the […]
After two days with a good breeze at the Optimist Trophy in Palamos ESP, calms inhibited racing yesterday. The defending 2018 Champion Martin Atilla LAT holds a dominating lead before the last races today. 530 participants. The ranking list and the daily news.
No change on the podium of the Arabian Tour after yesterdays short races in Salalha OMN: last year winner Bejaflore with Valentin Bellet FRA defended the title ahead of Cheminées Poujoulat with Robin Follin FRA and Oman Shipping Company with Chris Draper GBR. The final rankings, the news and the event facebook page.
The FD World Championship 2019 began yesterday in New Zealand with first race sailed in an up to 20kn breeze. Winners of the day were Edward Cox/Peter Bevise AUS. The event website was unfortunately without ranking list this morning UTC, but a report and photos have been posted.The second race is being underway already and […]
Apparently no racing yesterday at the Balis Eurocup of the 29ers and 420s as the results are unchanged this morning UTC. After 8 races, Enrique Urios/Filippo Binetti ESP are in the lead of the 29ers followed by Aristide Girou/Noah Chauvin FRA. The 420s completed 3 races so far with Lucas and Teo Pares ESP on […]
Next Monday, the start will be given to the 600-Mile-Race around various Caribbean Islands with 80 teams on the starting line, among them 10 multihulls. The expected duel between the MOD-70 trimarans Argo of Jason Caroll USA and Maserati of Giovanni Soldini ITA however will fall out, as Argo capsized yesterday during a training session. […]
Sun and good winds – not as stormy as on day one – prevailed again on the 2nd day of the Olympic Speed Classes Grand Prix in Vilamoura POR. In the 49ers, Justus Schmidt/Max Böhme GER won both heats of their group taking the overall lead ahead of Diego Botin/Iago Lopez ESP on 2nd and […]
Yesterday, the qualifications to determine the Gold-, Silver-, Bronze and Emerarld-Fleets were concluded with another 3 races sailed at the Optimist Trophy in Palamos. A class of his own was again Martin Atilla LAT winning all races of his group. With also 3 race wins, Alex Demurtas ITA moved up on rank 2. Rocco Wright […]
The 29ers continued with their Eurocup yesterday in sun and a 12kn wind sailing 4 more races. The 420s initiated their regatta with 3 heats. In the 29ers, Enrique Urios/Filippo Binetti ESP took the overall lead with 3 bullets one point ahead of Aristide Girou/Noah Chauvin FRA on rank 2. Ville Korhonen/Edvard Bremer FIN followed […]
Two races – both won by Team Australia of Tom Slingsby AUS and a Matchrace Final were held this morning UTC on Sydney Harbour and the Australians as clear winners, leading the overall SailGP rankings after the first Act of the Series 3 points ahead of Team Japan of Nathan Outteridge AUS. The rest of […]
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