Offshore Racing – Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Wednesday, September 18, 2019   

Beach-Catamaran - Record attempt Channel Crossing - Cowes GBR - Dinard FRA

10 days ago, Yo Wiebel/Tamara Baumann SUI attempted to improve the Cowes GBR to Dinard FRA Channel crossing record on a iFly15 catamaran. However, several lull zones slowed down the Swiss, and arriving after 22 hours only, the record was missed. A next attempt is to follow. The news and the video. ----- The Foiling-School of Yo Wiebel looks forward to welcoming many potential foiling sailors for great foiling days on Lake Uri during the fall season. He is also available for speeches on foiling adventures like Cap Horn, 24hrs record attempts and more.
Offshore Racing – Sunday, September 15, 2019
Sunday, September 15, 2019   

Figaro 3 - Tour de Bretagne - La Trinité sur Mer FRA - Final results

 Figaro 3 - Tour de Bretagne - La Trinité sur Mer FRA - Final results The Tour de Bretagne was concluded yesterday in La Trinité FRA with the 6th leg over 28nm. Miguel Darant/Eric Peron FRA were the winners. No change on the overall podium with Alexis Loison/Frédéric Duthil FRA on the first place ahead of Gildas Mahé/Morgan Lagravière SUI/FRA. Justine Mettraux/Julien Villion FRA - still the best mixed team among the 37 starters - dropped on rank 10 overall after a 31st position in the last leg. ----- The final ranking list and the news.
Offshore Racing – Saturday, September 14, 2019
Saturday, September 14, 2019   

Figaro 3 - Tour de Bretagne - Larmor Plage FRA - Leg 5 - Final results

 Figaro 3 - Tour de Bretagne - Larmor Plage FRA - Leg 5 - Final results Due to lack of wind, leg 5 of the Tour de Bretagne had to be cancelled. However, an 8nm short race was held off the port of call Larmor Plage with Gildas Mahé/Morgan Lagravière FRA as winners, moving up on rank 2 overall. With a 7 point advantage, Alexis Loison/Frederic Duthil FRA remain the overall leaders. Justine Mettraux SUI/Julien Villion FRA finished the short race on rank 18 and are new on 5th overall as best mixed team. ----- The ranking list and the daily news. ----- Today, the final leg to La-Trinité-sur-Mer is on the program, to be followed live on the race tracker.
Offshore Racing – Friday, September 13, 2019
Offshore Racing – Thursday, September 12, 2019
Thursday, September 12, 2019   (Image © Pierrick Contin)

Figaro 3 - Tour de la Bretagne - Concarneau FRA - Leg 3 - Final results

 Figaro 3 - Tour de la Bretagne - Concarneau FRA - Leg 3 - Final results Yesterday, the short 66nm race from Brest to Concarneau was on the program of the Tour de Bretagne. ----- Winners of this leg 3 were Julien Pulve/Vincent Domat FRA just 50 seconds ahead of Alexis Loison/Frederic Duthill FRA, the new overall leaders. Justine Mettraux SUI/Julien Villion FRA finished only 14th, but defended the 4th place overall in the 37 boat fleet. ----- Two more races are on the program until Saturday. ----- The event website with the overall rankings after 3 legs.
Offshore Racing – Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Wednesday, September 11, 2019   (Image © Pascal Alemany)

Figaro 3 - Tour de Bretagne - Brest FRA - Leg 3 - Heute Start

 Figaro 3 - Tour de Bretagne - Brest FRA - Leg 3 - Heute Start In Brest FRA, the start to leg 3 of the Tour de Bretagne over 66nm to Concarneau FRA will be early this morning. The winners of the longest leg 2 - Martin Le Pape/Pierre Quiroga FRA - have taken the overall lead as well, followed at equal points by Gildas Mahé/Morgan Lagravière FRA. The best mixed team Justine Mettraux SUI/Julien Villion FRA are on the excellent 4th place among the 37 Figaro3 teams. ----- The overall ranking list after 2 legs, the race tracker and the event website.
Offshore Racing – Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Tuesday, September 10, 2019   

Figaro 3 - Tour de Bretagne - Brest FRA - Leg 2 - Final results

 Figaro 3 - Tour de Bretagne - Brest FRA - Leg 2 - Final results Yesterday evening, Martin Le Pape/Pierre Quiroga FRA ('Skipper Macif') finished leg 2 of the Tour de Bretagne à la Voile from St-Malo to Brest as first, matchracing with Pierre Leboucher/Benoit Hantzberg FRA ('Guyot Environnement') and Alexis Loison/Fred Duthil FRA ('Région Normandie') in the final approach. The best mixed-team Justine Mettraux SUI/Julien Villion FRA followed as 8th with a 6 minute backlog. ----- The race tracker with results and the event website with reports and videos.
Offshore Racing – Sunday, September 8, 2019
Sunday, September 8, 2019   (Image © Pierrick Contin)

Figaro 3 - Tour de Bretagne - St.Malo FRA - Leg 1 - Final results

 Figaro 3 - Tour de Bretagne - St.Malo FRA - Leg 1 - Final results In a very close finish, the father-son duo Gildas Morvan/Gaston Morvan FRA distanced the mixed team Justine Mettraux SUI/Julien Villion FRA with just 30 seconds. The 37 two-person teams completed the 35nm light wind race from St-Brieuc to St-Malo, the first leg sailed on the around Northern Brittany course, within 10 minutes. ----- Today, the longest race from St-Malo to Brest is on the program. ----- The ranking list of leg 1, the daily news and the race tracker.
Offshore Racing – Saturday, September 7, 2019
Saturday, September 7, 2019   

Figaro 3 - Tour de Bretagne - Baie de St.Brieuc FRA - Prologue

 Figaro 3 - Tour de Bretagne - Baie de St.Brieuc FRA - Prologue The 12th edition of the Tour de Bretagne - in six legs around Brittany during a week - , sailed on two-person Figaros 3, was kicked-off yesterday with the Prologue. Loris Berrehar/Corentin Horeau FRA finished first ahead of Alexis Loison/Fred Duthil FRA. 37 two-person teams, among them five mixed-teams, participate. ----- The results. ----- Today, the start will be given to the first leg from Bai de Saint-Brieuc to St. Malo. ----- The race viewer and the event website.
Offshore Racing – Saturday, August 17, 2019
Saturday, August 17, 2019   

ORC - 2019 ORC European Championship - Oxelösund, Sweden - Final Results

 ORC - 2019 ORC European Championship - Oxelösund, Sweden - Final Results The ORC European Championship was concluded yesterday in Sweden after 5 races in all three classes. ----- Erik Barth DEN, Swan 45 finished first in the ORC-A-rankings. In the ORC-B-rankings, Axel Seehafer GER on an X-41 won the title. In the ORC-C-rankings, with 37 teams the largest class, Joachim Aschenbrenner DEN on a J/112 was on the first place. ----- All teams came from around the Baltic Sea. ----- All results, the event facebook page and the event website.
Offshore Racing – Thursday, August 15, 2019
Thursday, August 15, 2019   

Figaro 3 - Douarnenez-Gijon Solo - Douarnenez FRA - Leg 2 - Final results

 Figaro 3 - Douarnenez-Gijon Solo - Douarnenez FRA - Leg 2 - Final results Yesterday in Douarnenez the 2nd and last stage of the one-hand race ended in a thrilling final. Pierre Leboucher FRA won with only 5 minutes ahead of Xavier Macaire FRA, who had won the 1st stage and thus secured the overall victory. Justine Mettraux SUI, who in the meantime had moved up to 4th place, finished the stage 1 hour 7 minutes behind on 9th place. The results and the reports.
Offshore Racing – Wednesday, August 14, 2019
Wednesday, August 14, 2019   

Figaro 3 - Douarnenez-Gijon Solo - Leg 2 - Day 3

 Figaro 3 - Douarnenez-Gijon Solo - Leg 2 - Day 3 Grey weather and light winds prevailed yesterday when the fleet rounded Fastnet Rock. On their way back to Douarnenez, 180nm were left this morning UTC. Pierre Leboucher FRA is the new leader 6nm ahed of Benjamin Schwartz FRA on rank 2 and Erwan Le Draoulec FRA 3rd. Justine Mettraux SUI, the best places woman, moved up on rank 4 with a 9nm backlog on the leader. ----- In freshening rear winds, the first boats will arrive by tomorrow morning. ----- The race tracker and the news.
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