Please select your home edition
Edition
InSunSport - International - GR

5.5m World Championship - Mission Possible victorious in Curaco

by Jens Dammeyer on 2 Feb 2013
1st and 2nd - 5.5M World Championship 2013 Jarrik Bijsterbosch
The 5.5m World Championship this year took place in Curaçao, Dutch Caribbean from the 28th January-1st February with the prize giving dinner taking place at Gouverneur de Rouville.

The top three finishers are as follows: first place: GER 79; second place: NOR 57 and third place: NOR 64. The crew of the top finishing team, GER 79 'Mission Possible' includes Markus Wieser DTYC (helm), Frithjof Kleen and Thomas Auracher.

http://www.5point5worlds.org/



Wildwind 2016 660x82North Technology - Southern SparsZhik ZKG 660x82

Related Articles

A jam-packed, fun filled stopover awaits the Clipper Race fleet
Seven teams have completed the Ocean Sprint in the LegenDerry Finale, in a bid to get the final bonus points on offer. At 0900 UTC, Daniel’s team holds a one nautical mile lead overClipperTelemed+ which has chosen a more northerly route, and has stretched to 14NM over third placed LMAX Exchange, whose Skipper Olivier Cardin is looking forward to big surf off the west coast of Ireland.
Posted today at 1:25 pm
Nord Stream Invitational Race 2016 - The Documentary
Wind blowing with up to 25 knots, temperatures in the single-digit range but also nerve-racking stretches of dead calm. Wind blowing with up to 25 knots, temperatures in the single-digit range but also nerve-racking stretches of dead calm – the Baltic Sea with all its demanding weather conditions tested the participants to their limits on the overall 700 nautical mile long course from Saint Petersburg to Helsinki and further on to Warnemünde.
Posted today at 12:56 pm
Entries open for Invited Classes at Sailing World Cup Final
Racing for the 14 classes begin on 8th December, except for the 2.4mR non-classified class who will begin on Tuesday six This year, event organisers have catered for sailors who would usually compete in the Laser Standard, Laser Radial and 49er FX Olympic Classes but were unable to make a top 20 position. These sailors will have an opportunity to be part of the Sailing World Cup scene and compete in close proximity to the highest rated sailors in their class.
Posted today at 12:36 pm
A balanced test of nerve ahead of leg 3 of Solitaire Bompard Le Figaro
The opening stages tested every aspect of the solo racing sailor’s art – boatspeed in all conditions, weather strategy. The opening two stages tested every aspect of the solo racing sailor’s art – boatspeed in all conditions, weather strategy, tidal strategy, sleep management and boat-on-boat tactics.
Posted today at 12:11 pm
Clipper Round the World Yacht Race - ETAs into Derry-Londonderry
The Clipper Race fleet is closing in on Derry-Londonderry ahead of the start of the Foyle Maritime Festival. The Clipper Race fleet is closing in on Derry-Londonderry ahead of the start of the Foyle Maritime Festival. The finish line to the LegenDerry Finale is approximately a three hour motor from Foyle Marina where the fleet will be berthed.
Posted today at 5:20 am
WIM Series - Time for semis and final in Helsinki
As winner of the round-robin, Renée Groeneveld (NED) can now choose her semi-final opponent All of the quarterfinals in Helsinki Women’s Match were won two – zero. As winner of the round-robin, Renée Groeneveld (NED) can now choose her semi-final opponent among Camilla Ulrikkeholm Klinkby (DEN), Pauline Courtois (FRA) and Anna Östling (SWE)
Posted today at 2:11 am
2016 TP52 Super Series – More action shots from Day 3 by Ingrid Abery
Photographer Ingrid Abery has provided this gallery of images from day three of Audi Settimana delle Bocche Photographer Ingrid Abery has provided this gallery of images from day three of Audi Settimana delle Bocche
Posted on 30 Jun
2016 TP52 Super Series – Day 3 images by Ingrid Abery
Photographer Ingrid Abery has provided this gallery of images from day three of Audi Settimana delle Bocche Photographer Ingrid Abery has provided this gallery of images from day three of Audi Settimana delle Bocche
Posted on 30 Jun
Azzurra remains in the top three at the Audi Settimana delle Bocche
The course was beautiful and short enough so that the windward/leeward race that had to be abandoned could be recovered. The third day of racing saw breezes kick in a bit late. The Racing Committee decided on a 12 nautical mile course that took the fleet from Porto Cervo to the Secca di Tre Monti between Sardinia and Caprera, and back.
Posted on 30 Jun
A fistful of winners at Audi Settimana delle Bocche Regatta
So far Bronenosec, Provezza, Azzurra and Quantum Racing have all led the table and the points remain extremely tight. So far Bronenosec, Provezza, Azzurra and Quantum Racing have all led the table and the points remain extremely tight. Quantum Racing, with Doug DeVos on the helm, achieved their own points goal for the day.
Posted on 30 Jun