sail-world.com
 
 
News Home Cruising Photo Gallery Video Gallery
Sail-World.com : Delta Lloyd Regatta - Thrilling conclusion in Medemblik + Video
Delta Lloyd Regatta - Thrilling conclusion in Medemblik + Video

'470 Women's medal race - 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta'    Sander van der Borch ©    Click Here to view large photo

The 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta came to an action-packed conclusion on Saturday 24, May with all classes completing their series, including eight medal races.

Already on Friday evening, Dylan Fletcher and Alain Sign (GBR) had taken the gold in the 49er class after three exciting theatre style medal races just off from the harbour mouth.

2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta 49er winners Dylan Fletcher and Alain Sign -  Sander van der Borch ©  
On Saturday there were eight more medal races, nine final races for the remaining boats, six races for the Paralympic fleets, four races for the Moth class and the full round robin series for Kites. It was a very busy day in Medemblik with the wind changing from a nice 12-14 knots early on, to a cloudy day with light winds and finally a nice breeze and sunshine to finish the day.

First up, the Polish windsurfers, who have been making headlines all week, dominated the RS:X medal races, finishing top three in each and also filling both podiums. Pawel Tarnowski (POL) won the RS:X men and Zofia Klepacka (POL) the RS X women.

In the Laser races Sam Meech (NZL) overturned the form for the week to snatch gold, while Marit Bouwmeester (NED) secured Laser Radial gold. The 470s were next up with home team Michelle Broekhuizen and Marieke Jongens (NED) taking gold in the women's 470. Then Asenathi Jim and Roger Hudson (RSA) took a popular and historic win in the men's 470, their first ever win together.

Phillip Kasueske (GER) took gold in the Finn after a very close medal race with Pieter-Jan Postma (NED) and finally Billy Besson and Marie Riou (FRA) took the Nacra 17 gold.

In the Paralympic classes, Megan Pascoe (GBR) closed out the 2.4 mR gold with a race to spare while Alexandra Rickham and Niki Birrell (GBR) wrapped up gold after tight week in Skud 18. Bruno Jourdren, Eric Flageul and Nicolas Vimont-Vicary (FRA) didn't have the best day in the Sonar, but did enough to claim the gold.

In the two demonstration classes, Chris Rashley (GBR) won the Moth event while Oliver Bridge (GBR) took a very close win in the Kitesurfers.

The prizegiving was held at 18.00 in the old harbour in front of the Cafe Brakeboer, followed by a big party and live music.

The 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta has been a great success, with generally fantastic weather, intense competition and worthy winners. Come back next year and find out what it is all about.

RSX Men, medal race - 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, day 5 -  Sander van der Borch ©   Click Here to view large photo

In the RS:X men, Pawel Tarnowski (POL) topped an all Polish podium after an exciting three lap medal race. Going into the race Tarnowski was on equal points with Louis Giard (FRA) while Przemyslaw Miarczynski (POL) was four points behind. The planing conditions in the race clearly suited the Polish sailors who finished top three in the race with Piotr Myszka (POL) leading round the race from Tarnowski. Miarczynski eventually found his way up to third in the race, and overall, to take the bronze, while race winner Myszka took the silver. Tarnowski took the gold for the second year running. Giard finished seventh to drop to sixth, while home favourite Dorian van Rijsselberghe (NED), the 2012 Olympic champion, finished fourth in the race and overall.

Tarnowski said, 'I have kept the title from last year and I'm really happy about that. It's nice to win and a very nice competition. We didn't have so many guys compared to last year but it was very tough and we had a lot of nice races. The organisation is cool and the weather is perfect.' On the Polish domination, 'This is the most important thing. Three Polish guys on the podium.'

'The last race was quite fast. I had a good start, but was afraid I was OCS as someone was. Piotr was leading all the way. In the middle of the race we gained about 200 metres, so were safe, and in the last lap Przemyslaw beat the French sailor, so we were 1,2,3, so it was cool to get top three.'

RSX Women, medal race - 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, day 5 -  Guilain Grenier   Click Here to view large photo

The Polish women also produced a clean sweep of podium places. Zofia Klepacka (POL) led into the race from Malgorzata Bialecka (POL) by 10 points with Kamila Smektala (POL) another three points back. Klepacka made no doubt of the title by winning the medal race as well with Smektala crossing second and Bialecka third. Klepacka had led round the top mark, but briefly lost the lead on the second lap before finishing strongly to lead her team mates over the finish line. This meant there was no overall change in the results after the medal race. Klapecka took gold by 14 points. Bialecka took the silver and Smektala the bronze.

Klepacka said, 'Today the wind was really shifty. Very difficult conditions, but I am really happy to win. This is my third competition this year and it's going OK. We have a really strong team and the most important thing is that we are all friends. We compete on the water, but when we are back in we are friends and I think that is the key to our good results.'

Laser medal race - 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, day 5 -  Guilain Grenier   Click Here to view large photo

Sam Meech (NZL) took a surprise win in the Laser fleet after overcoming the leader all week, Nicholas Heiner (NZL). Heiner started the day as favourite with a seven point lead over Meech, but it all went wrong at the start. Third placed Andy Malony (NZL) was 15 points behind Heiner, with three more boats within two points, so there was always going to be two races going on. Heiner started badly and when the wind decreased slightly had trouble catching up. Meech then got the better of Heiner and pushed him the wrong way, and then stayed ahead to snatch the gold medal. Heiner eventually finished last to take the silver while Mike Bullot (NZL), who started the day in fifth, won the race to take the bronze by two points.

Meech commented, 'I knew it was going to be a really tough ask, given how well Nick was sailing all week, so I hoped I'd get an opportunity. There were a lot of really good guys quite close behind me as well, so I knew I had to keep a gap on them as well. I hoped I'd have the chance to send Nick the wrong way and I took it.'

'My experience here this year was a lot better than last year. The regatta is fantastically run. And the race management is awesome, so I'm really happy with my Delta Lloyd experience.'

Laser Radial medal race - 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, day 5 -  Sander van der Borch ©   Click Here to view large photo

Marit Bouwmeester (NED) made sure Dutch hopes were not dashed in the Laser Radial as well, leading from start to finish. She went into the race with a four point lead over Alicia Cebrian Martinez de Lagos (ESP) with Evi van Acker (BEL) another three points behind. Another five boats had the chance to win a medal. Van Acker was actually next best in the medal race to finish second and move up to the silver medal position. Manami Doi (JPN) started the day in fifth place, but a fourth in the medal race combined with Cebrian Martinez de Lagos finishing last, gave the young Japanese sailor the bronze.

'I’m so glad I won. Last year I was second. This is a great season. I won the World Cup in Mallorca, ended on the podium in the other two World Cups, and now I have won the Delta Lloyd Regatta. It was difficult today in the medal race. It was close sailing for the whole week. The wind was tricky, but it all went very well today’’, said Bouwmeester

470 Women, medal race - 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, day 5 -  Sander van der Borch ©   Click Here to view large photo

Michelle Broekhuizen and Marieke Jongens (NED) had dominated the 470 women all week and went into the medal race with an eight point lead from Afrodite Kyranakou and Anneloes van Veen (NED). The next four boats were within four points of each other, so there was the potential for some big changes, and that is how it played out. Anna Burnet and Flora Stewart (GBR) led for most of the medal race with Linda Fahrni and Maja Siegenthaler (SUI) never far behind. The Dutch teams however were having problems especially Kyranakou and van Veen, who were at the back. At the finish Burnet and Stewart crossed first to take the bronze, Fahrni and Siegenthaler crossed second to take the silver and Broekhuizen and Jongens finished fourth to seal the gold. After being in second overall all week, Kyranakou and van Veen could only manage eighth and dropped to fourth.

Broekhuizen and Jongens started their campaign together last year in Medemblik. The Delta Lloyd Regatta 2014 was their sixth regatta in the 470. 'We still have to learn a lot. The fleet here wasn’t that big, but we did well the whole week. We won four races and didn’t want to much risk in the medal race. This year we were at the World Cups in Palma and Hyeres. We brought those experiences with us to Medemblik. This is a great moment for us, but our big target is the Worlds in Santander.’’

470 Men's medal race - 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta -  Guilain Grenier   Click Here to view large photo

The 470 men was wide open going into the medal race. Any of nine boats could theoretically have won a medal. Onan Barreiros Rodriguez and Juan Curbelo Cabrera (ESP) had a five point lead over Luke Patience and Elliot Willis (GBR) and Giulio Desiderato and Andrea Trani (ITA). On the first leg the British and Spanish teams splits sides, and at the top the right came in strong with Patience and Willis round clear ahead of Asenathi Jim and Roger Hudson (RSA).

The Spanish were at the back and in trouble. Jim and Hudson took the lead downwind, but on the second beat, the Australians went further left and came back with a big lead at the top to lead to the finish. With three boats in contention for the gold down the final run, Jim and Hudson defended well to finish second and take the gold from Patience and Willis who crossed third. Hugo Feydit and Charlie Agenau (FRA) finished fourth to take the bronze.

A win in Medemblik marks the first event major win for Jim and Hudson as a team, exactly three years after they raced here for their first regatta in the 470 together. Jim said, 'We knew we had to perform today. We have been doing really well in all the medal races we have done, and we knew we had pressure on us but we both love it.'

Hudson, 'It's a big breakthrough for us. It's comes at a really nice time to motivate us, keep us rolling with our project, which is obviously a four year project for Rio. And it's wonderful to make this breakthrough. We 're having a few good regattas in a row and as we said at the beginning of the week we have a soft spot for this one because this is where we began our campaign three years ago so we are very happy to have a victory here and it's a nice moment to reflect briefly on what we have managed to archive so far.'

470 Women, medal race - 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, day 5 -  Sander van der Borch ©   Click Here to view large photo

Things started very tight in the Finn class with Pieter-Jan Postma (NED) on equal points with early leader Phillip Kasueske (GER). Jake Lilley (AUS) was six points further back. Kasueske was the early leader after finding the best wind on the right, but it was all very tight. Round the gate they were very close, and while Kasueske favoured the left, Postma came back towards the middle of the fleet. It was all going to be about the final cross and the German crossed back with a three boatlength advantage. Postma attacked Kasueske all the way down the final run often closing up to under 10 metres. But in the end Kasueske was slightly faster and stayed in front to win the race and the gold. Postma finished second to take the silver, with Lilley in third for the bronze. Many home hopes were on Postma to win his first ever Delta Lloyd Regatta and many thought he would do it this year, so he broke many hearts, as well as his own.

Kasueske explained his race, 'It was really close racing. PJ started on the left side and I started on the right and I was the first to tack to the right side and then I got a right shift and was in front. It got really tight at the marks but in the end I managed to defend.'

'When I came here I thought maybe a third or a fourth would be nice. So now I am first and am really happy with that. I've had a really good time here. I learned a lot with difficult and different conditions every day. I made some mistakes, but this was really helpful for my sailing career. I think in the end I made less mistakes than any one else.'

Billy Besson and Marie Riou, Nacra 17 medal race - 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, day 5 -  Sander van der Borch ©   Click Here to view large photo

In the Nacra fleet, it was really a three boat race for the medals between Billy Besson and Marie Riou (FRA), Franck Cammas and Sophie de Turckheim (FRA) and Darren Bundock and Nina Curtis (AUS). Just 10 points separated them, while there was a 15 point gap to fourth. The skies had cleared again by the time this final meal race had started, and the fleet enjoyed some great conditions. The race was restarted when some cruising boats crossed the course but after the restart, Renee Groenveld and Steven Krol (NED) were the early leaders from Bundock and Curtis. The French were battling mid-fleet and finally pulled through the the front with Besson and Riou winning from Ingrid Petitjean Backes and Olivier Backes (FRA) and Matias Buhler and Nathalie Brugger (SUI).

Cammas and Sophie de Turckheim crossed in fourth to take the silver while Bundock and Nina Curtis dropped to sixth to win the bronze.

Riou said of the race, 'The wind was a little but shifty and we had a bad start but we came back in the race and finally won, so we are very happy to win the medal race and the regatta. For me I was here a long time ago in the 470, so this is my second time here. We had a really great time, with the summer conditions making it perfect. It's a really good event.'

Besson added, 'We thought we could win. Before the race we needed to prove this, so we are very happy. It was a really nice week. Good weather and the organisation is very good, so we are very happy to win it.'

Bruno Jourdren, Eric Flageul and Nicolas Vimont-Vicary, Sonar medal race - 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, day 5 -  Guilain Grenier   Click Here to view large photo

Bruno Jourdren, Eric Flageul and Nicolas Vimont-Vicary (FRA) only needed one good race to successfully defend last year's title. Unfortunately they picked up an OCS in the first race of the day, before sealing the title with a seventh in the second. John Robertson, Hannah Stodel and Steve Thomas (GBR) took the silver medal, just four points back. Colin Harrison, Jon Harris and Russell Boaden (AUS) won the bronze. The race wins today went to Aleksander Wang-Hansen, Marie Solberg abd Per Eugen Kristiansen (NOR) and Jens Kroker, Robert Prem and Siggy Marinika (GER).

Alexandra Rickham and Niki Birrell, SKUD 18 medal race - 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, day 5 -  Guilain Grenier   Click Here to view large photo

The Skuds were much closer with a race for gold on between Alexandra Rickham and Niki Birrell (GBR) and Marco Gualandris and Marta Zanetti (ITA). Rickham and Birrell won the first race of the day, and Sergi Roig Alzamora and Violeta del Reino (ESP) the second. This meant that Rickham and Birrell took the gold from Gualandris and Zanetti, with Vera Voorbach and Jan Rein van Esseveld (NED) taking the bronze.

Birrill explained his week, the second British Paralympic victory of the day, 'Megan [Pascoe] smashed the 2.4s, but we had to fight a little bit harder for ours. It's really good to see the European fleet developing, with the Italians, the Dutch and the Spanish. All the boats are flying round and going a lot quicker than a few years ago.'

'It's great that we got all 10 races in, though yesterday was a bit long, but it's all good. And it's obviously nice to win in the end. It was tight going into today. We're building it up, though we made quite a few mistakes this week and with it being so tight we've been able to find out where our weaknesses are, so we'll go back to the coach and work on some of those. After this it will probably be the 2.4mR for me at Sail for Gold and then back into the Skud for the IFDS worlds in Canada, which we are obviously hoping to do well at.'

Megan Pascoe, 24mr medal race - 2014 Delta Lloyd Regatta, day 5 -  Delta Lloyd Regatta   Click Here to view large photo

Megan Pascoe (GBR) also only needed one good race to retain her 2013 Delta Lloyd Regatta title, and she did that in the first race of the day with a second place to win the regatta with a race to spare. Helena Lucas (GBR) and Matt Bugg (AUS) were both OCS in the second race which meant that Barend Kol (NED) took the silver and Guus Bijlard (NED) took the bronze.

Pasco said of her win, 'It's really, really promising. It's my fourth medal of the year. Retaining my title at Medemblik is really nice. It's an amazing place and I seem to really like it. Medemblik is always tricky, always shifty. You have to understand that anything can happen. I had a bit of luck yesterday, managed to go from fifth to first down the last run which probably shouldn't have gone my way, but it did. Sometimes you just have to hold onto your hat and hope everything is going to come out right.'

On coming out top Brit. 'It's always quite exciting to be the top Brit. We've had battles over the past few years. We had battles going into Beijing and London, and I seemed to keep losing those battles, but this time it's definitely promising. We've been doing a lot more technical stuff, working with Rob my coach who is really good, so that really helps.'

The Moths got in four more races in the moderate winds during the morning, showing the Moth ioff at its best, hulls flying across the waters of the IJsselmeer. The British sailors continued to dominate with Chris Rashley (GBR) picking up three more race wins to take the event on eight points. Ben Paton (GBR) won the other race and was never worse than third, to take second overall. Tom Offer (GBR) took third overall after a consistent display, only overcoming the top two in the first race with a second place.

In the Kites, the wasn't a single point between the top two after another six heats of round robin races. Oliver Bridge (GBR) took the win from Florian Gruber (GER), both on 104 points after winning nine races each. In third place was Riccardo Andrea Leccesa (ITA) on 94 points. The 21 kitersurfers produced quite a sight with all their colourful kites flying high over the wind turbines on the IJsselmeer.















Results - 2.4m

Results including one discard when five races are completed.

 

Rank

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

R8

R9

Points

1

GBR125

PASCOE Megan

   

3

1

1

6

1

1

1

2

(DNC)

16

2

NED 1

KOL Barend

   

(12)

9

7

3

8

2

3

4

2

38

3

NED111

BIJLARD Guus

   

6

8

(15)

7

9

6

4

3

1

44

4

FRA5

CANTIN Kevin

   

4

2

(9)

9

4

9

6

5

9

48

5

GBR100

LUCAS Helena

   

1

4

(OCS)

2

3

5

10

1

OCS

50

6

AUS36

BUGG Matt

   

2

10

2

1

(DNF)

4

2

8

OCS

53

7

CZE7

BINA Daniel

   

8

5

5

10

5

8

5

7

(16)

53

8

AUT1

REIGER Sven

   

(DNC)

DNC

3

8

6

3

7

14

3

68

9

NED49

OOSTERBAAN Sven

   

13

14

4

5

(18)

14

9

9

6

74

10

ITA104

SQUIZZATO Antonio

   

7

7

(OCS)

4

7

7

11

OCS

8

75

470 Men

Rank

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R4

R5

R6

R7

Points

1

RSA1

JIM Asenathi

HUDSON Roger

 

(14)

8

1

4

27

2

GBR863

PATIENCE Luke

WILLIS Elliot

 

1

(BFD)

10

6

28

3

FRA18

FEYDIT Hugo

AGENAU Charlie

 

6

4

(20)

8

31

4

ITA5

DESIDERATO Giulio

TRANI Andrea

 

5

(BFD)

5

12

34

5

ESP9

BARREIROS RODRIGUEZ Onan

CURBELO CABRERA Juan

 

2

2

3

20

37

6

AUS6

CONWAY Alexander

CONWAY Patrick

 

10

1

4

2

42

7

GER15

AUTENRIETH Julian

AUTENRIETH Philipp

 

9

3

2

16

44

8

BEL16

DEMANET Corentin

LAUWERS Quinten

 

3

10

(14)

10

45

9

GER13

WINKEL Malte

CIPRA Matti

 

4

6

11

14

52

10

DEN164

TOBIASEN Balder

JUNG JOHANSEN Magnus

 

11

11

(13)

18

59

 

470 Women

Rank

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

Points

1

NED6

BROEKHUIZEN Michelle

JONGENS Marieke

 

1

1

1

(4)

8

12

2

SUI5

FAHRNI Linda

SIEGENTHALER Maja

 

4

5

3

(8)

4

19

3

GBR853

BURNET Anna

STEWART Flora

 

7

2

(OCS)

1

2

21

4

NED216

KYRANAKOU Afrodite

van VEEN Anneloes

 

2

(7)

6

2

16

28

5

ITA52

KOMATAR Francesca

CARRARO Sveva

 

3

(9)

4

3

14

31

6

ESP27

PUMARIEGA Angela

CANTERO Patricia

 

5

4

2

5

18

34

7

POL11

SKRZYPULEC Agnieszka

WOJCIK Natalia

 

10

8

(OCS)

6

6

36

8

ITA6

BERTA Elena

PAOLILLO Giulia

 

6

6

(9)

9

10

36

9

ITA16

CAPUTO Roberta

SINNO Alice

 

8

3

7

7

12

37

10

CRO111

NINCEVIC Enia

ZUPAN Romania

 

9

(11)

5

10

20

48

 

49er

Rank

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R8

R9

R10

MR

MR1

MR2

Points

1

GBR4

FLETCHER Dylan

SIGN Alain

 

11

2

 

2

5

9

62

2

GBR10

PINK John

BITHELL Stuart

 

10

6

 

7

1

7

67

3

CRO13

KOSTOV Pavle

CUPAC Petar

 

2

(25)

 

9

9

3

71

4

DEN30

WARRER Jonas

LANG Peter

 

(26)

4

 

1

2

4

76

5

ESP8

ALONSO Federicio

ALONSO Arturo

 

1

12

 

10

3

6

81

6

ESP900

BOTIN Diego

TURRADO Pablo

 

(24)

3

 

3

7

2

82

7

GER12

HEIL Erik

PLOESSEL Thomas

 

6

24

 

8

8

1

83

8

POL0042

PRZYBYTEK Lukasz

KOLODZINSKI Pawel

 

12

7

 

4

4

10

95

9

ESP32

PAZ BLANCO Carlos

PAZ Anton

 

4

10

 

6

10

5

104

10

DEN132

LUBECK Mads Emil Stephensen

LUBECK Christian Peter Stephensen

 

15

1

 

5

6

8

104

 

Finn

Rank

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

R8

Points

1

GER259

KASUESKE Phillip

   

1

1

2

3

3

(4)

2

2

14

2

NED842

POSTMA Pieter-Jan

   

5

2

(6)

1

1

2

1

4

16

3

AUS41

LILLEY Jake

   

(6)

3

4

5

2

1

3

6

24

4

NED841

van EGMOND Hein

   

2

5

7

7

4

3

(SCP)

8

36

5

GER252

MARTENS Eike

   

4

4

1

2

(6)

5

5

18

39

6

NED972

KIRSCHBAUM Tobias

   

3

(6)

5

4

5

6

4

14

41

7

NED29

de WAAL Bas

   

7

8

3

6

7

(9)

8

16

55

8

NED54

BOS Joos

   

8

7

12

(13)

9

12

11

10

69

9

NED112

MILTENBURG Michel

   

11

11

8

8

(12)

11

10

12

71

10

GBR17

BLOWERS Paul

   

9

10

10

11

10

7

(12)

20

77

 

Laser

Rank

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

Points

1

NZL196871

MEECH Sam

   

1

(7)

7

1

2

6

8

25

2

NED 204566

HEINER Nicholas

   

2

1

1

5

1

(8)

20

30

3

NZL192703

BULLOT Mike

   

5

3

9

(20)

9

1

6

33

4

NED204567

van SCHAARDENBURG Rutger

   

9

(19)

2

14

5

3

2

35

5

NZL197250

SAUNDERS Thomas

   

7

6

6

2

(OCS)

4

10

35

6

NZL203776

MALONEY Andy

   

8

2

3

6

6

(11)

14

39

7

AUS203770

WEARN Matthew

   

4

(8)

8

7

465

2

16

41

8

NOR204758

RUTH Kritian

   

10

10

5

9

(14)

7

4

45

9

NED179520

BOUWMEESTER Roelof

   

15

4

(19)

3

11

9

12

54

10

GER203739

SCHADEWALDT Tobias

   

3

11

15

4

(20)

18

18

69

 

Laser Radial

Rank

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

Points

1

NED204176

BOUWMEESTER Marit

   

5

1

1

2

2

(6)

2

13

2

BEL202970

van ACKER Evi

   

1

(6)

6

5

6

1

4

23

3

JPN199066

DOI Manami

   

6

3

3

6

(7)

5

8

31

4

ESP182149

CEBRIAN MARTINEZ de LAGOS Alicia

   

3

2

5

1

(10)

4

18

33

5

CAN200605

BERTOLD Isabella

   

(13)

4

12

3

1

3

12

35

6

BLR203778

DROZDOVSKAYA Tatiana

   

2

7

8

9

4

(12)

10

40

7

BEL202643

PLASSCHAERT Emma

   

7

(17)

2

14

13

8

6

50

8

CZE202635

KOZELSKA FENCLOVA Veronika

   

8

5

9

4

11

(16)

14

51

9

FRA205666

de KERANGAT Mathilde

   

10

11

4

13

(16)

7

16

61

10

FIN202670

TENKANEN Tuula

   

(OCS)

12

7

7

17

2

OCS

67

 

Moth

Rank

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

R8

R9

Points

1

GBR7

RASHLEY Chris

   

1

1

1

2

1

1

(10)

1

3

11

2

GBR4

PATON Ben

   

2

2

2

1

3

2

1

2

(DNF)

15

3

GBR4038

OFFER Tom

   

(6)

4

4

3

2

3

5

3

1

25

4

BEL4049

GALEOTTI Giovanni

   

3

5

3

(8)

4

8

2

4

6

35

5

ITA4093

RIZZI Stefano

   

5

3

6

7

11

(DNF)

3

5

5

45

6

IRL3592

FITZPATRICK Rory

   

13

10

5

(16)

6

6

6

6

9

61

7

SUI3962

RAST Chris

   

4

8

7

4

12

10

9

10

(DNF)

64

8

GBR4123

COOKE Mike

   

7

12

10

9

10

9

7

(17)

2

66

9

ITA4092

de PAOLI Carlo

   

11

9

11

6

7

(13)

4

11

10

69

10

NED4074

BOERS Eelco

   

10

6

16

(OCS)

8

5

15

13

4

77

 

Nacra 17

Rank

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R6

R7

R8

R9

R10

MR

Points

1

FRA1

BESSON Billy

RIOU Marie

 

4

3

(22)

10

 

2

44

2

FRA077

CAMMAS Franck

de TURCKHEIM Sophie

 

1

(19)

16

2

 

8

53

3

AUS064

BUNDOCK Darren

CURTIS Nina

 

(19)

16

1

4

 

12

64

4

GBR2

SAXTON Benjamin

DIAMOND Hannah

 

7

5

4

20

 

10

77

5

FRA199

PETITJEAN BACKES Ingrid

BACKES Olivier

 

10

20

8

3

 

4

83

6

AUS133

WATERHOUSE Jason

DARMANIN Lisa

 

9

8

10

5

 

14

89

7

SUI041

BUHLER Matias

BRUGGER Nathalie

 

11

21

6

8

 

6

93

8

GBR058

WILSON Pippa

GIMSON John

 

16

2

3

(18)

 

18

95

9

NED213

GROENVELD Renee

KROL Steven

 

14

10

14

17

 

16

101

10

FRA078

LAUGIER Flora

BEDLLET Valentin

 

3

11

18

1

 

20

109

 

RS:X Men

Rank

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R6

R7

R8

R9

R10

R11

MR

Points

1

POL182

TARNOWSKI Pawel

   

4

2

5

1

2

 

4

36

2

POL82

MYSZKA Piotr

   

2

1

9

8

1

 

2

39

3

POL126

MIARCZYNSKI Przemyslaw

   

1

(15)

14

4

3

 

6

42

4

NED8

van RIJSSELBERGHE Dorian

   

5

(10)

3

3

8

 

8

46

5

FRA155

GIARD Louis

   

3

5

1

2

5

 

14

46

6

FRA77

le COQ Pierre

   

8

3

2

5

(13)

 

10

53.7

7

FRA6

BONTEMPS Julien

   

(10)

4

8

6

9

 

OCS

83

8

NZL151

TOBIN Jp

   

12

22

(DNF)

7

7

 

12

102

9

NOR7

WANG-HANSEN Sebastian

   

11

7

4

17

17

 

16

115

10

ESP3

CARDONA BOCARANDO Joan Carles

   

6

12

13

10

11

 

18

116

 

RS:X Women

Rank

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

 

R4

R5

R6

R7

R8

R9

R10

R11

MR

Points

1

POL8

KLEPACKA Zofia

   

 

1

5

1

1

2

2

1

 

2

19

2

POL21

BIALECKA Malgorzata

   

 

2

3

2

(5)

1

4

3

 

6

33

3

POL104

SMEKTALA Kamila

   

 

3

4

5

3

4

1

2

 

4

34

4

NED171

de GEUS Lilian

   

 

6

2

3

4

3

3

4

 

10

40

5

POL7

DZIARNOWSKA Maja

   

 

4

9

9

2

(OCS)

7

5

 

8

51

6

USA3

HALL Farrah

   

 

(9)

1

6

7

5

5

8

 

18

63

7

JPN72

KOMUNE Megumi

   

 

5

6

4

6

7

6

7

 

20

77

8

JPN35

MEGUMI Iseda

   

 

8

8

10

(12)

6

8

6

 

14

85

9

JPN470

SUNAGA Yuki

   

 

10

(13)

8

11

9

10

9

 

12

92

10

POL1279

ZEMBRZUSKA Hanna

   

 

7

7

7

10

8

11

10

 

16

94

 

Skud 18

Rank

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

R8

R9

Points

1

GBR057

RICKHAM Alexandxra

BIRRELL Niki

 

1

1

2

2

1

(4)

1

12

2

ITA054

GUALANDRIS Marco

BERGAMASCHI Paola

 

2

2

1

1

3

2

(4)

15

3

NED 70

VOORBACH Vera

van ESSENVELD Jan Rein

 

3

3

6

3

6

1

2

25

4

ESP41

ALZAMORA Sergi Roig

del REINO Violeta

 

5

(DSQ)

4

6

2

3

3

31

5

NED069

SCHRAMA Rolf

NAP Sandra

 

4

4

(5)

4

4

5

5

34

6

NED021

van der VEEN Akko

ELBURG Liza

 

6

5

3

5

5

(DNC)

6

41

Sonar

Rank

Sailnumber

Crew

 

 

R4

R5

R6

R7

R8

R9

R10

Points

1

FRA840

JOURDREN Bruno

FLAGEUL Eric

VIMONT-VICARY Nicolas

1

3

3

2

1

(OCS)

7

23

2

GBR1

ROBERTSON John

STODEL Hannah

THOMAS Steve

7

2

2

1

2

2

5

27

3

AUS1

HARRISON Colin

HARRIS Jon

BOADEN Russell

2

4

1

(7)

3

5

4

29

4

NOR1

WANG-HANSEN Aleksander

SOLBERG Marie

KRISTIANSEN Per Eugen

8

1

4

(9)

4

1

6

34

5

GER11

KROKER Jens

PREM Robert

MARINKA Siggy

6

(OCS)

6

6

10

3

1

45

6

NED1

van VEEN Marcel

TANS Jaklien

ROSSEN Mischa

3

5

5

8

9

(OCS)

8

53

7

IRL844

TWOMEY John

COSTELLO Ian

O CARROLL Austin

(9)

6

7

3

6

6

3

54

8

ITA720

D'AGARO Cristiano

PIRA Gianbachisio

SOLAZZO Fabrizio

(10)

7

8

4

5

4

10

59

9

GBR747

WOOD Craig

PALMER Steven

SINNOTT Luke

5

8

9

10

7

7

2

67

10

ESP1

LLOBET BALCELLS Francisco Paco

ALVAREZ GARCIA Hector

GIMENO UGARTE Manuel

4

9

10

5

8

(OCS)

9

70


Full results for each class can be found here.

Event website


by Delta Lloyd Regatta


  

Click on the FB Like link to post this story to your FB wall

http://www.sail-world.com/index.cfm?nid=122492

3:50 PM Sat 24 May 2014GMT


Click here for printer friendly version
Click here to send us feedback or comments about this story.


Related News Stories:

25 May 2014  Postma mist opnieuw eindzege Delta Lloyd Regatta
25 May 2014  Delta Lloyd Regatta - 470 win for Asenathi Jim and Roger Hudson
24 May 2014  Delta Lloyd Regatta - Schedule disruption on day 4 + Video
24 May 2014  Delta Lloyd Regatta - British 49er duo claims gold + Video
24 May 2014  Delta Lloyd Regatta - Day 4 Sonar images by Guilain Grenier
24 May 2014  Delta Lloyd Regatta - Day 4 SKUD18 images by Guilain Grenier
24 May 2014  Delta Lloyd Regatta, Day 4 - 49er images by Sander van der Borch
24 May 2014  Delta Lloyd Regatta, Day 4 - 49er images by Sander van der Borch
23 May 2014  Delta Lloyd Regatta - Day 3 Laser images by Thom Touw
23 May 2014  Delta Lloyd Regatta - Day 3 Laser Radial images by Thom Touw
MORE STORIES ...






News - USA and the World

This year's 35th edition of the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta is nothing less than an island-wide effort. Besides the sponsors, countless volunteers and the numerous local organizations that offer their excellent services, the Regatta Organizers would like to say special thanks to the hotels which are so generous to donate complimentary hotel rooms for the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race: Images ashore after Leg 4 by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com NZL
Sail-World's NZ Editor, Richard Gladwell, was on the water and ashore for the finish of Leg 4 of the Volvo Ocean Race, and provided this gallery of images after the first three boats had docked. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race: Images from the finish of Leg 4 by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com NZL
Sail-World's NZ Editor, Richard Gladwell, was on the water for the finish of Leg 4 of the Volvo Ocean race, and captured these images from the final few miles of the race, and on the dock. ... [more]  

O MAPFRE conquistou de maneira emocionante a quarta etapa da Volvo Ocean Race, disputada entre a China e a Nova Zelândia. Na manhã deste sábado (28), o barco espanhol cruzou a linha de chegada em primeiro após quase 21 dias de navegação. ... [more]  

RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show - a British tradition by Rob Kothe and Jedda Murphy
Our favourite boat show in the whole world is the RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show. It is like no other, with a large percentage of eight to 15-year olds, with many young siblings often dragging their parents down the aisles. Its a dull overcast day in Lonon with rain showers, but inside the heated halls of the Alexandra Palace, the fabled 'Ally Pally' , around 5,000 visitors will gaze at touch and feel ... [more]  

MAPFRE (Xabi Fernández/ESP) emerged victorious despite a pair of major setbacks in Leg 4 following one of the tightest-fought finishes in Volvo Ocean Race history on Saturday night. The victory gives the 2014-15 edition its fourth winner in four legs following successes for Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing (Ian Walker/GBR), Team Brunel (Bouwe Bekking/NED), and Dongfeng Race Team (Charles Caudrelier/FRA). ... [more]  

Mapfre took the gun, Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing was second and Dongfeng third. Photographer Ainhoa Sanchez was in the air over Auckland for 2014 – 2015 Volvo Ocean Race, and provided these images. ... [more]  

Photographer Ainhoa Sanchez was in the air as the fleet approached Auckland for the end of leg 4 for the 2014 – 2015 Volvo Ocean Race, and provided this gallery of images. ... [more]  

The wind has switched half turn and boats are now beating upwind to the finish, MAPFRE has held their lead and with the change in direction look quite safe. Team Alvimedica who was catching up at speed has slowed right up, caught in light winds behind Tiritiri Matangi island. With less than 10nm to go to finish and a fair 10kt wind holding, the slow patch looks to have been removed from equation ... [more]  

2015 RORC Caribbean 600 - Hap Fauth's American JV72, Bella Mente has been declared the overall winner. Whilst several yachts are still racing, by the morning of Friday 27th February none of the remaining teams had the ability to better Bella Mente's corrected time under IRC. It was third time lucky for Bella Mente as the Maxi 72 has finished second overall for the past two years. ... [more]  

Catch the live coverage of the Leg 4 Finish in Auckland. Check the video timer for a countdown to the start of coverage and the expected race finish time. Sail-World is updating the on the water action and weather - which has compressed the lead four boats ... [more]  

Racing in second place in the Barcelona World Race, the Barcelona sailor Guillermo Altadill and Chilean José Muñoz passed Cape Horn (67° 17' 35 W) this morning at 2h12 UTC (3h12 am in Barcelona, 11h12 pm of the 27th of February in Chile), after 58 days, 14 hours and 12 minutes of racing since their start from the Catalan capital on 31 December 2014. ... [more]  

On Sunday March 8th 2015, the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta will close out the final night of music with one of the most distinctive performances to date. DJ Natty Rico will be the final act to grace the regatta stage during the 'Legendary Party' following Kool and the Gang. His unique blend of saxophone playing and DJ skills will have your jaw dropping in amazement. ... [more]  

Barcelona World Race - Cape Horn beckons for second and third placed Neutrogena and GAES Centros Auditivos. While the two IMOCA 60s are expected to pass at speed with around six hours of separation, in what might be considered favourable conditions for one of the most inhospitable and complicated corners of the Barcelona World Race, amidst the long hours of stress and fatigue ... [more]  

SCYA Manning Regatta – The youth-heavy event is the fourth and last stop of the Shadden Series for teenagers under 19 not yet in college and is also a move-up regatta under the advancement guidelines of the International Naples Sabot Association. ... [more]  

US Sailing’s Rolex Yachtsman & Yachtswoman of the Year Awards 2015 ceremony celebrated the sailing accomplishments of Terry Hutchinson (Annapolis, Md.) and Stephanie Roble (East Troy, Wisc.) as it returned to the iconic Model Room at the New York Yacht Club in Manhattan after having moved to the west coast for the past three years. ... [more]  

For the Finn World Masters in Kavala, Greece pre-registration is open. So far 130 Masters have entered. 2015 will be the first time the Worlds Masters have been held in Greece. ... [more]  

The website for the 2015 Finn Open and Junior Europeans in Split, Croatia, is now live, with online entry open. The last time the Finns had an event there the wind did not cooperate and the fleet ended up sailing some races as the sun set. ... [more]  

RORC Caribbean 600 – Four Figaro II teams, all from the Guadeloupe Grand Large sailing academy, are racing in this year's event. 18 sailors from the offshore racing academy are racing on four identical yachts and have high aspirations for the future; the Solitaire du Figaro, Route du Rhum or the Everest of offshore solo-sailing, the Vendée Globe. ... [more]  

After having moved to the west coast for the past three years, US Sailing’s Rolex Yachtsman and Yachtswoman of the Year Awards ceremony returned to the iconic Model Room at the New York Yacht Club in Manhattan to celebrate the sailing accomplishments of Terry Hutchinson (Annapolis, Md.) and Stephanie Roble (East Troy, Wisc.). ... [more]  

If, in the end, the Pacific gave up race leaders Cheminées Poujoulat without too much of a fight and since Wednesday morning the Atlantic, in turn, has opened its fastest toll-free lane north east to Bernard Stamm and Jean Le Cam, the Pacific seems rather more keen to hold on to second and third placed Neutrogena and GAES Centros Auditivos. ... [more]  

America's Cup Defender Oracle Team USA and Challenger, Artemis Racing lined up for a series of try-outs on San Francisco Bay. Videographer John Navas was shoreside with a new high resolution video camera and provided these videos of the training sessions and hook-ups. ... [more]  

The HPYD conference is jointly organised by The Royal Institution of Naval Architects (NZ) and The University of Auckland and will be held at the Marine Event Centre in Auckland to coincide with the Volvo Ocean Race stopover. It attracts some of the world’s most preeminent yacht designers and is recognised as one of the top three conferences in this area internationally. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race: Ryan Houston - How Alvimedica's chemistry works *Feature by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com NZL
Ryan Houston is a watch captain aboard Team Alvimedica. He sailed in two previous editions of the Volvo Ocean Race – in 2008-09 aboard Delta Lloyd and 2011-12 on the incident plagued Volvo 70, Sanya. With the switch to the one design, ruggedly constructed Volvo 65 for this race many of the issues that bedevilled the competitors and organisers in the previous races appear to have been resolved. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race: Dave Swete - Alvimedica's race so far *Feature by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com NZL
The Volvo Ocean Race and its forerunner, the Whitbread Round the World Race, used to be dominated by Kiwi crews. In the current edition, there are just three New Zealanders competing. Two of those are on Team Alvimedica, the US and Turkish flagged entry. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race 2015 – Victory in the fourth leg was so close that Dongfeng Race Team skipper Charles Caudrelier (FRA) could almost taste it on Thursday, but with just over 500 nautical miles (nm) to go, he was taking nothing for granted ... [more]  

The 2014-15 Etchells North American Midwinter East Series wraps up in Miami this weekend with the three-day Jaguar Southeastern Midwinter Regatta for the Schoonmaker Cup. The Jag, as the series has become better known, attracted over 50 boats for the four regatta series. ... [more]  

RORC Caribbean 600 – By the morning of day four, 19 yachts had completed the race and 43 yachts were still racing. Last night the lighter southerly wind had switched back to an easterly direction with substantial cloud activity providing changeable conditions for the competitors ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race: Team Alvimedica hopes to use Coastal Classic tricks *Feature by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com NZL
Sail-World’s NZ Editor, Richard Gladwell spoke with David Swete one of three New Zealand crew in the 2014-15 Volvo Ocean Race Swete was reporting in from Team Alvimedica the US and Turkish flagged entry, currently lying in fourth place on leg 4 of the race from Sanya China to Auckand. ... [more]  

Oracle Team USA AC45 Turbo Feb 25 Training images provided by pressure-drop.us. Flat flood conditions and winds 12-18 and then picking up late in the day. Boat is matching the olars established with the AC 72's. ... [more]  

America's Cup: Emirates Team New Zealand gears up on less money *Feature by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com NZL
Emirates Team New Zealand has pushed the start button on their campaign for the 35th America's Cup, with a budget that has been reduced by an estimated 20% from the San Francisco campaign. The decision to relocate the Venue for the Match to the British Overseas Territory of Bermuda has resulted in reduced attractiveness to sponsors, which in turn has led to cuts in the program ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race 2015 – Dongfeng has pulled another mile from Abu Dhabi, and MAPFRE looks like they have been making some good gains on the two leading boats. ... [more]  

AWT Goya Pro Cabo Verde kicks off in style! by American Windsurfing Tour
Last night saw the Opening Party for the Goya Cabo Verde Pro contest here on the beautiful island of Sal. In attendance were some of the biggest names in windsurfing along with local watermen, business men and dignitaries. The true spirit of the American Windsurfing Tour came out in force which was both mirrored and complimented by the spirit of this island ... [more]  

Barcelona World Race - Two different worlds separated by Cape Horn
America's Cup: Barker offered non-sailing role by Emirates team NZ
2015 CYC Midwinters Race – Pictures by pressure-drop.us
CYC Midwinters Racing – Bring On The Breeze! – Overall
Laser World Championship – Over 2000 sailors to race in Kingston
Volvo Ocean Race: Barkow and Lush - from the Olympics to the Volvo *Feature
Volvo Ocean Race 2015 – Its anyone's race - Leg 4 to Auckland
Barcelona World Race - A time for extra care and caution
2015 RORC Caribbean 600 - Phaedo3 breaks record
Barcelona World Race - Cheminées Poujoulat pass Cape Horn
2015 RORC Caribbean 600 - Records predicted to tumble + Video
2015 ISAF Women’s Match Racing World Championship - NOR released
Asher Otto and Itchy Feet to open up the Caribbean Jam night
RS Sailing and BIC Sport North America team up for sailing programs
RORC Caribbean 600 – Record pace on Day 2
Port of Los Angeles Harbor Cup - About to begin
10 tips from BoatUS for owners and renters
Aquece Rio International Sailing Regatta – Notice of Race online
2015 CYC Mid Winters images by h20shots
Adventures of a Sailor Girl: News and interviews from February 23 show
Volvo Ocean Race: Ryan Houston looking forward to his Kiwi home   
Volvo Ocean Race: Wislang expected to lead Kiwis home after fast ride   
Volvo Ocean Race – Now the race to Auckland is truly on   
America's Cup: Spooner fails in attempt to have Oracle AC45 arrested   
2015 505 Midwinter Championship - Final race   
Barcelona World Race – Renault Captur resume, Spirit of Hungary stuck   
2015 ISAF Youth Sailing World – Emerging Nations Programme announced   
Barcelona World Race - Spirit of Hungary to make surprise pit-stop   
US Sailing Match Racing Committee launches The Dial Up Newsletter   
JJ Giltinan Trophy: Michael Chittenden's images from Race 7   
Volvo Ocean Race – The Doldrums outside the Doldrums   
Volvo Ocean Race: Leg 4 Winner expected in Auckland on Saturday   
Volvo Ocean Race 2015 – Biggest challenges are around the corner   
86th SCYA Midwinter Regatta - Day 2 overall   
SCYA Midwinter Regatta - Farr 40 and Cal 25 class winners announced   
Barcelona World Race - The Bountiful Horn Beckons for Stamm and Le Cam   
Geelong boat Phoenix wins Sydney 38 National Title   
JJ Giltinan 18 foot Skiff Championship 2015 images by Bruce Kerridge   
Volvo Ocean Race - Leg 4 restart from the Doldrums   
Melges 24 U.S. Championship is enjoying early success   


For this week's complete news stories select    Last 7 Days
   Search All News
For last month's complete news stories select    Last 30 Days
   Archive News







Sail-World.com  


















Switch Default Region to:

Social Media

Asia

Australia

Canada

Europe

New Zealand

United Kingdom


http://www.sail-world.com/event_images/image/Twitter_logo_small.png http://www.sail-world.com/event_images/image/FaceBook-icon.png  http://www.sail-world.com/event_images/image/RSS-Icon.png

United States

Cruising Northern

Cruising Southern

MarineBusiness World

PowerBoat World

FishingBoating World

 

Contact

Commercial

News

Search

Contact Us

Advertisers Information

Submit news/events

Search Stories/Text

Feedback

Advertisers Directory

Newsletter Archive

Photo Gallery

 

Banner Advertising Details

Newsletter Subscribe

Video Gallery

Policies

 

 

 

Privacy Policy

 

 


Cookie Policy

 

 



This site and its contents are © Copyright TetraMedia and/or the original author, photographer etc. All Rights Reserved.  Photographs are copyright by law.  If you wish to use or buy a photograph contact the photographer directly.
XLXL VIR US
LocalAds   DE  ES  FR  IT