Sailing Switzerland

Sailing Switzerland – Monday, January 27, 2020
Monday, January 27, 2020   

Optimist - Trofeo Euromarina - Torrevieja ESP - Final results, the Swiss

 Optimist - Trofeo Euromarina - Torrevieja ESP - Final results, the Swiss Three races in sun and good wind conditions were held yesterday concluding the Trofeo Euromarina Torrevioja ESP. ----- Alessandro Cortese ITA was the overall winner ahead of Rocco Wright IRL. The best girl Lisa Vucetti ITA moved up on rank 3. ----- Boris Hirsch SUI dropped on rank 44. The other Swiss in the Goldfleet are on the ranks 53 (Samuel Berther SUI), 54 (Stach Vleeshouwers SUI), 74 (Léonie Baudet SUI) and 85 (Viktoria Jedlinska SUI). ----- 400 Optimist sailors participated. ----- The results and the final report.
Sailing Switzerland – Saturday, January 25, 2020
Saturday, January 25, 2020   

Olympic Worldcup 2020 - Act 2 - Miami FL, USA - Day 5, Wagen/Siegwart SUI 16th

 Olympic Worldcup 2020 - Act 2 - Miami FL, USA - Day 5, Wagen/Siegwart SUI 16th On a sunny Friday, the last qualification series races were held in a light 5-6kn breeze and temperatures in the mid-70s. The 470s and Lasers Radial completed one, the Finns two races. There was no racing for the Lasers or RS:X fleets. Today, the Medal Races are on the program. ----- The situation in the 470 Men is fully open with Belcher/Ryan AUS and Okada/Hokazono JPN on top at equal points and Dahlberg/Bergström SWE (3 points back) and Xammar/Rodriguez ESP (4 points back) fighting for the Medals in the double-point-no-discard race. Kilian Wagen/Grégoire Siegwart SUI finished the competition on rank 16. ----- In the 470 Women, Lecointre/Retornaz FRA have a safe 9 point lead on Bozi/Klonaridou GRE before the Medal Race with the ranks 2 to 5 separated by 4 points only. ----- In the Finns, the overall winner is Caleb Paine USA 23 points ahead of Luke Muller USA. ----- In the Lasers Standard, Francisco Guaragna ARG kept a 6 point advance on Stefano Peschiera PER. ----- In the Lasers Radial, the fight for rank 1 is tight with Erika Reineke USA now only 2 points ahead of Vasileia Karachaliou GRE. With a 5 point backlog, Matilda Talluri ITA remains in the race for victory. ----- 11 points is the advantage of Pedro Pacual USA in the RS:X men windsurfers. ----- In the RS:X women windsurfers, Demita Vega De Lille MEX remains on top still 3 points ahead of Megumi Komine JPN. ----- All ranking lists and the daily news. ----- The Medal Races can be followed live this afternoon as from 14h UTC.
Saturday, January 25, 2020   

Optimist - Trofeo Euromarina - Torrevieja ESP - Day 2, the Swiss

 Optimist - Trofeo Euromarina - Torrevieja ESP - Day 2, the Swiss The Qualification Series at the Torrevieja Optimist Trophy for Gold-, Silver-, Bronze- and Emeraldfleets were concluded in a 6-12kn wind. ----- With the day ranks 2/1/1 in his group, Rocco Wright IRL has taken the overall lead. Also two race wins had Jaime Ayarza ESP and Tommaso De Fontes ITA, moving up on the ranks 2 and 3. Lisa Vucetti ITA on rank 9 remains the best girl. ----- With good day results (20/2/4), Boris Hirsch SUI advanced on rank 26, qualifying for the Goldfleet of the 100 best as did Samuel Berther SUI (rank 47), Stach Vleeshouwers SUI (rank 52), Léonie Baudet SUI (rank 79) and Viktoria Jedlinska SUI (rank 85). ----- The ranking list and the daily news.
Sailing Switzerland – Friday, January 24, 2020
Friday, January 24, 2020   

Olympic Worldcup 2020 - Act 2 - Miami FL, USA - Day 4, the Swiss

 Olympic Worldcup 2020 - Act 2 - Miami FL, USA - Day 4, the Swiss After three windy and rather cold days, the breeze failed to cooperate for most of the partly rainy Thursday, and racing was limited after lengthy postponements. The 470s and Laser Radial did not compete at all, the windsurfers and Lasers Standard finished one race each. ----- Only the Finns could validate two races with Caleb Paine USA adding two more bullets on his results sheet, extending his lead on Luke Muller USA on 16 points. ----- In the Lasers Standard, the day win went to Hugh Macrae CAN ahead of Francisco Guaragna ARG who kept his overall lead. Andrew Lewis TTB now on 4th sailed his discard result (17th), but kept a 3 point advance on Robert Davis CAN in the duel for the 2020 Olympic berth. ----- In the RS:X Men windsurfers, the winner was again Pedro Pascual USA increasing his lead on Ignacio Berenguer MEX. ----- In the RS:X Women windsurfers, Megumi Komine JPN moved up on rank 2 with a bullet yesterday, 3 points behind the still leading Demita Vega De Lille MEX. Farrah Hall USA remains 3rd, Nikola Girke CAN 5th. ----- Today, the qualification series will continue leading to the Medal Races of tomorrow Saturday. ----- As 13th in the 470 Men, Kilian Wagen/Grégoire Siegwart SUI will have to compensate 11 points to make the Medal Race cut. ----- All ranking lists and the daily news.
Friday, January 24, 2020   

Optimist - Trofeo Euromarina - Torrevieja ESP - Day 1, the Swiss

 Optimist - Trofeo Euromarina - Torrevieja ESP - Day 1, the Swiss In the South of Spain, the first important Optimist event of 2020 is underway with 400 participants from 27 nations and 3 continents. Two races were held yesterday in light winds, and with two bullets in his group, Pablo Tejera ESP took the overall lead. Rocco Wright IRL (2/1) and Niccolo Pulito ITA (2/2) are the first challengers. Stach Vleeshowers SUI follows on rank 16, Boris Hirsch SUI and Léonie Baudet SUI are on the ranks 80 and 81. ----- The results and the news of the day.
Friday, January 24, 2020   

Ice-Sailing - DN Grand Master Cup 2020 - Öxelösund SWE - Final results, the Swiss

 Ice-Sailing - DN Grand Master Cup 2020 - Öxelösund SWE - Final results, the Swiss The DN Grand Masters Cup in Sweden was concluded yesterday with another 4 races on fair black ice and good winds. Finishing 1/1/2/2, Holger Petzke GER climbed on rank 1 overall, and with two bullets, Jean-Claude Vuithier SUI advanced on 2nd 3 points behind the winner. Hans Ericsson SWE descended on rank 3. David Howlett GBR followed on rank 6, Bernard Vananty SUI remained on rank 15 among the 29 participants. ----- The results and the news.
Sailing Switzerland – Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Wednesday, January 22, 2020   

Olympic Worldcup 2020 - Act 2 - Miami FL, USA - Day 2, the Swiss

Mostly sunny weather with 15-20kn winds from the shore, however puffy and shifty in the afternoon, prevailed yesterday, allowing to sail the full program with 2, respectively 3 races for the windsurfers. ----- Dahlberg/Bergström SWE defended the first place in the 470 Men. Mantis/Kagialis GRE advanced on rank 2, Doi/Kimura JPN and the Olympic and World Champions Belcher/Ryan AUS follow on the ranks 3 and 4. Kilian Wagen/Grégoire Siegwart SUI moved up on rank 14 after a 4th race rank. ----- In the 470 Women, the dominators of the 2019 regattas (Pre-Olympics, Worldcup Japan, European Championship) Camille Lecointre/Aloise Retornaz FRA remain on top inspite of a premature start disqualification. Skrzypulec/Ogar POL progressed on rank 2, Löwe/Markfort GER are now 3rd. ----- In the Finns, the USA duo Caleb Paine USA 4 points ahead of Luke Miller USA on the ranks 1 and 2 keep on fighting for the Olympic ticket. ----- In the Lasers Standard, Francisco Guaragna ARG joined the still leading Joaquin Blanco ESP on top. Andrew Lewis TTB on rank 3 leads in the battle for the 2020 Olympic berth, but Luke Ramsay CAN on 5th is only 3 points behind. ----- In the Lasers Radial, Erika Reineke USA replaced Viktorija Andrulyte LTU on rank 1. ----- Pedro Pascual USA is on top of the RS:X Men windsurfers ahead of Ignacio Beregnuer MEX and David Mier y Teran MEX on a safe way to qualify MEX for Tokyo. ----- In the RS:X Women windsurfers, Demita Vega de Lille MEX is in front ahead of Mariana Aguilar MEX and Farrah Hall USA. The former Olympian Nikola Girke CAN on rank 6 has good chances to qualify CAN for the Olympics. ----- All ranking lists and the daily news.
Sailing Switzerland – Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Tuesday, January 21, 2020   

Olympic & International Classes - Sail Melbourne - Melbourne AUS - Final results, the Swiss

2020 Sail Melbourne was concluded this morning UTC. ----- In the Finns, the Australia Olympic Team member Jake Lilley AUS was the superior winner ahead of Nils Theuninck SUI, advancing on rank 2 as best of the day (ranks 1/3). ----- In the Lasers Radial, the U19 junior Stefan Elliott AUS finished first ahead of the tied Olympic Champion Marit Bouwmeester NED on 2nd and Michael Crompton AUS (U19) on 3rd. Maud Jayet SUI finished the series on rank 36. Sailing in the Silverfleet, Rosine Baudet SUI was 28th (= 71st overall). ----- No change on the podium of the Lasers Standard. Jean-Baptiste Bernaz FRA remained on rank 1 ahead of Matthew Wearn AUS and Luke Elliott AUS. Eliot Merceron SUI had his best day (5/10) and advanced on rank 13. Nicolas Rolaz SUI finished the series on the 48th place among the 70 participants. ----- Winners in the Olympic windsurfers are Tom Squires GBR in the Men and Noy Drihan ISR in the Women. ----- Mike Holt/Rob Woelfel USA grasped the Australian Champions title in the 5o5s. ----- All results and the news.
Tuesday, January 21, 2020   

Ice-Sailing - DN Grand Master Cup 2020 - Öxelösund SWE, the Swiss

Today begins the DN Iceboating Grand Master Cup for age-60-plus veterans in Sweden. Favorite is the 10-times World Champion Karol Jablonski POL. Switzerland is represented with 7 sleds, among them Jean-Claude Vuithier SUI, co-favorite for a Medal. ----- The event website with the entry list. ---------- Over the past weekend, a national regatta was held at the same venue with the Polish team dominating and Tomas Zakrzewski POL as winner. The Swiss did not compete. ----- The ranking list and the news.
Sailing Switzerland – Monday, January 20, 2020
Monday, January 20, 2020   (Image © Boogie Toth)

Olympic & International Classes - Sail Melbourne - Melbourne AUS - Day 4, the Swiss

 Olympic & International Classes - Sail Melbourne - Melbourne AUS - Day 4, the Swiss The Monday races at Sail Melbourne have already been terminated this morning UTC. ----- In the Finns, Anders Pedersen NOR won both races of the day and moved up on rank 3 just one point behind Nils Theuninck SUI. Jake Lilley AUS remains on top. ----- The Lasers Standard completed only one race with Jean-Baptiste Bernaz FRA still on rank 1, but Matthew Wearn AUS reduced his backlog on 3 points. New on rank 3 follows Elliot Hansen GBR. With his best result so far - rank 5 - Eliot Merceron SUI advanced on rank 14. Nicolas Rolaz SUI is now 48th. ----- With two race wins, Stephan Elliott AUS moved on top of the Laser Radial Goldfleet, at equal points with Marit Bouwmeester NED. Michael Compton AUS and Annalise Murphy IRL follow 6 points back on the ranks 3 and 4. Maud Jayet SUI remains on rank 33 after an early start disqualification. Premature start also for Rosine Baudet SUI in the Silverfleet and is now 69th. ----- All ranking lists, the news and the videos.
Monday, January 20, 2020   

J/70 - Sportboat Winter Series - Act 3 - Monaco MON - Final results, the Swiss

 J/70 - Sportboat Winter Series - Act 3 - Monaco MON - Final results, the Swiss Somewhat fresher 10-14kn Eastwinds prevailed on the last day of Act 3 of the Monaco Sportboat Series and 3 races could be held. ----- Charles Thompson GBR and his team defended rank 1 one point ahead of Valerya Kovalenko RUS. Bo Pedersen DEN advanced on rank 3. Nick Zeltner SUI finished 7th, Lorenz Kausche SUI and Tom Studer SUI followed on the ranks 11 and 12 among the 44 teams. ----- The ranking list of Act 3. ----- In the overall ranking of the Winter-Series after 3 of 5 rounds, Charles Thompson GBR has now taken the lead. On rank 2 follows Ludovic Fassitelli MON. ----- For the Swiss teams, the overall rankings count as first selection regatta for the only berth at the 2020 World Championships in the USA. The best-ranked are Nelson Mettraux SUI and his team on rank 9. ----- The news.
Monday, January 20, 2020   

Laser - Euro-Masters - Act 1 - Antibes FRA - Final results, the Swiss

 Laser - Euro-Masters - Act 1 - Antibes FRA - Final results, the Swiss The favourable conditions on the final day of the Antibes Euro Masters allowed to complete another three races. ----- In the Lasers Radial, Fausto Vassalo ITA is the clear winner adding two more race wins yesterday. Alice Grassi ITA defended rank 2, Pierrik Devic MON advanced on rank 3. With 2nd race rank, Jean-Luc Dreyer SUI moved up on the 6th place overall. Jean-François De Cerjeat SUI follows on rank 9. ----- Superior victory also on the Lasers Standard with Roberto Bini ITA. Attila Feret FRA and Jean-Pierre Vogtensperger FRA completed the podium. Arvedi Ferrucci SUI follows on the 10th place. ----- All ranking lists.
Monday, January 20, 2020   

420, Fireball, Nacra 15, Catamaran - Ski Yachting - Antibes FRA - Final results, the Swiss

 420, Fireball, Nacra 15, Catamaran - Ski Yachting - Antibes FRA - Final results, the Swiss Each of the 5 classes at the Antibes Ski-Yachting sailed 3 races yesterday. ----- With Amélie Flanndorfer/Iona Wyper FRA, a female team finished on top of the 420s. Tom Rodet/Yael Maucuit FRA and Ange Delerce/Thimothé Rossi FRA completed the podium. Antoine Mollet/Alexandre Grognuz SUI finished on rank 5 among the 25 teams. ----- In the Fireballs, the winners were Carlo Zorzi/Mattia Bordon ITA. ----- The Nacra 15 rankings have Matteo Chaboud/Rupert Eddy FRA on rank 1 tied with Oscar Pean/Ambre Sebrechts FRA at equal points. ----- Moving up on top of the largest fleet with 25 teams, the C3-catamarans, were Arthur Bautz/Esteban Hernandez FRA with three bullets yesterday. ----- All ranking lists and the event facebook page.
Sailing Switzerland – Sunday, January 19, 2020
Sunday, January 19, 2020   

Laser - Euro-Master - Antibes FRA - Day 3, the Swiss

 Laser - Euro-Master - Antibes FRA - Day 3, the Swiss Two races by class were completed yesterday at the Laser Euro Masters in Antibes. ----- In the Lasers Radial (30 participants/6 nations), Fausto Vasallo ITA leads one point ahead of Alicie Grassi ITA. Jean-Luc Dreyer SUI is 8th, Daniel Bouwmeester SUI follows just behind on 9th. ----- In the Lasers Standard (25 participants/8 nations), Roberto Bini ITA is first closely followed by the tied Jean-Pierre Vogtensperger FRA and Denis Simeone FRA. Averdi Feruccio SUI follows on rank 8. ----- All ranking lists.
Sailing Switzerland – Saturday, January 18, 2020
Saturday, January 18, 2020   

Olympic & International Classes - Sail Melbourne - Melbourne AUS - Day 2, the Swiss

 Olympic & International Classes - Sail Melbourne - Melbourne AUS - Day 2, the Swiss After the windy opening day with a reduced program at Sail Melbourne, racing has already been completed this Saturday morning UTC. ----- In the Finns, Jack Lilley AUS keeps a clear lead. After a race win, Nils Theuninck SUI moved up on rank 2. ----- The Kite-Foilers completed 6 races with Scott Whithead AUS solidly on top. His sister Breiana Whitehead AUS on rank 5 is the best-ranked woman among the 20 starters. ----- The RS:X windsurfers completed 6 races as well. In the men, Tom Squires GBR is on top ahead of Makoto Tomizawa JPN, in the women, Noy Drihan ISR is in front of the Olympic Champion Charline Picon FRA until now. ----- In the Lasers Radial - Open including the Men Juniors - the U19 youth Michael Compton AUS replaced Marit Bouwmeester NED on top. Maud Jayet SUI is now 26th, Rosine Baudet SUI moved up on rank 63. ----- In the Lasers Standard, Jean-Baptiste Bernaz FRA defended the first place ahead of the Olympic Champion Tom Burton AUS, who already lost the 2020 Olympic selection against Matthew Wearn AUS (rank 5 for the moment). Eliot Merceron SUI is now 17th, Nicolas Rolaz SUI advanced on rank 35. ----- All ranking lists and the event facebook page.
Saturday, January 18, 2020   

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 Race-ready boats offered by Swiss Fireball for the season 2020 Swiss Fireball invites interested sailors of both genders to enjoy the pleasure of racing a Fireball in the coming season ! As sporty two-person dinghy, sailed by men an women, the Swiss and international regatta scene is both very competitive but at the same time extremely accommodating ashore with young and not so young sailing enthusiasts. ----- Two fully-equipped race-ready boats including a road-trailer are available for rental. Fee per boat for the 2020 season CHF 1000. For every participation in a Fireball Swiss-Cup-Regatta, CHF 100 will be deducted from the rental fee (maximum for 10 events = CHF 1000.-). ----- Here the details.
Sailing Switzerland – Friday, January 17, 2020
Friday, January 17, 2020   

Olympic & International Classes - Sail Melbourne - Melbourne AUS - Day 1, the Swiss

 Olympic & International Classes - Sail Melbourne - Melbourne AUS - Day 1, the Swiss Sail Melbourn 2020 was kicked-off this morning UTC with a race per class. ----- Jean-Baptiste Bernaz FRA won the first race in the Lasers Standard ahead of Tom Burton AUS and Duko Bos CRO. Eliot Merceron SUI finished 14th, while Nicolas Rolaz SUI abandoned the race. ----- In the Lasers Radial, Marit Bouwmeester NED and Michael Compton AUS won the races of their groups. Maud Jayet SUI followed on rank 13, Rosine Baudet SUI is 67th among the 85 participants. ----- In the Finns, Jack Lilley AUS finished first ahead of Tom Ramshaw CAN and Nils Theuninck SUI. ----- First leaders in the well-attended 5o5 Australian National Championship are Mike Holt/Rob Woelfel USA ahead of Sandy Higgins/Paul Marsh AUS. ----- All ranking lists and the event facebook page.
Sailing Switzerland – Thursday, January 16, 2020
Sailing Switzerland – Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Wednesday, January 15, 2020   

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Sailing Switzerland – Monday, January 13, 2020
Monday, January 13, 2020   

5.5m - World Championship 2020 - Pittwater AUS - Final results, the Swiss

 5.5m - World Championship 2020 - Pittwater AUS - Final results, the Swiss Kristian Nergaard NOR and his team controlled the fleet in the remaining two races held this morning UTC winning the 5.5 Meter World Championship 2020 in Pittwater AUS. Three Bahama teams fighted for the remaining Medals and it was the defending Champion Mark Holowesko BAH (with Christoph Burger SUI) grasping Silver ahead of the tied Craig Symonette BAH (with Flavio Marazzi SUI) taking Bronze. Gavin McKinney BAH missed the podium by 3 points. ----- Thomas Isler SUI and his team were among the best of the day with the ranks 3 and 4 moving up on rank 7 overall at equal points with the 6th place held by the best Swiss Cyrus Golchan SUI. ----- The results and the news.
Monday, January 13, 2020   

470 - North American Championship 2020 - Miami FL, USA - Final results, the Swiss

 470 - North American Championship 2020 - Miami FL, USA - Final results, the Swiss As a lead up to the Miami World Cup Series Miami on January 20-25, the 2020 470 North American Championship was held over the past weekend at the Miami Coconut Grove SC. ----- After 9 races, Luke Patience/Chris Grube GBR finished first in the Men/Mixed fleet 4 points ahead of Matthew Belcher/Will Ryan AUS and Jordi Xammar/Nicolas Rodriguez ESP. Stuart McNay/David Hughes USA finished 6th, Kilian Wagen/Grégoire Siegwart SUI followed on rank 7 among the 24 teams. ----- In the 470 women, Afrodite Segers/Kobke Berkhout NED won the title ahead of Maria Bozi/Rafailina Klonaridou ITA and Camille Lecointre/Aloise Retornaz FRA tied on the ranks 2 and 3. Carmen and Emma Cowles USA finished 5th among the 12 teams. ----- The results.
Monday, January 13, 2020   

J/70 - Winter Series - Act 2 - Davies Island FL, USA - Final results, with Chris Rast SUI

 J/70 - Winter Series - Act 2 - Davies Island FL, USA - Final results, with Chris Rast SUI Winning the final race yesterday, Jack Franco USA and his team (with Bill Hardesty USA) clearly secured the first place in Round 2 of the J/70 Winter Series 21 points ahead of Brian Keane USA. The best Corinthian Bob Willis USA is on rank 10. The best non-North-American team of Hiroshi Kurokawa JPN (with Chris Rast SUI) follows as 15th in the 53 boat fleet. ----- With record high temperatures and a breeze exceeding 20kn on Saturday, 4 races were completed, while on Sunday two more heats were held in a slackening 8kn wind. ----- The ranking list.
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