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International Moth Worlds: Three bullets in a row for Greenhalgh

'International Moth World Championships 2014'    Tom Gruitt / yachtsandyachting.com

International Moth World Championships 2014 - Day 2: Racing started around 1pm after the Westerly sea breeze came in.

Blue fleet made up for their lost race from Saturday and then sailed two more races in the best of the breeze.

International Moth World Championships 2014 -  Tom Gruitt / yachtsandyachting.com  

Yellow fleet were too far East to get the full effect of this and only managed a single race in what was a long day on the water for them. The race team moved Yellow fleet further west once Blue fleet were sent ashore, but the gradient and sea breeze were cancelling each other out and racing was abandoned for the day.

Robert Greenhalgh (GBR) was the man in Blue fleet who managed to stay up on the foils more than anyone else. Only top Australian helms Nathan Outteridge and Scott Babbage were able to keep in touch at all with Greenhalgh in the first race of the day.

Robert said after the racing, 'Confidence is high - that's three wins in a row and I was leading the race which was abandoned at the end of the day. In the light airs today it was very important to get off the line and after that I was very happy with my speed.'

David Cambell-James on the leeward mark boat took particular note of Robert's start in Blue race three particularly, 'He started on port at the pin end and crossed the fleet comfortably. He was off.'

Chris Draper ended his day on a better note with two fifth places after pushing it a bit too hard in the early Blue fleet race, 'I was pushing it a bit hard downwind and speared it in just before the finish. To make things worse Simon Hiscocks just got past me on the line.'

Draper's 12th in race two is currently his discard, with his other counting result being a sixth.

Stevie Morrison has been consistently getting results around 15th and was happy with his day on the water. After finishing 50th at the nationals, he had some setup advice from Nathan Outteridge which has helped his foiling stability immensely. Even so, Stevie said the top guys can pull a new piece of kit out of the bag to gain a bit more pace, or as Nathan jokingly said at the bar having a beer with Stevie, 'You just need to spend to win in this fleet!'

International Moth World Championships 2014 -  Tom Gruitt / yachtsandyachting.com  

With only three or four qualifying races completed so far, depending on which fleet each helm is in, qualifying has been extended into Monday with the reserve day on Tuesday now being used for Gold and Silver fleet racing. Sunday's Yellow fleet will head out early to make up for their lost race.

The overall results to date are tricky to show with the fleets out of sync. Of the Brits, Robert Greenhalgh is looking good with three bullets and an eighth and Chris Rashley has one,two,one in his three races. The Antipodeans are also looking strong with Josh Mcknight scoring three,one,three, Scott Babbage with two,two,three,four and Nathan Outteridge scoring three,two,two after his gear failure before race one of the series gave him a DNC.



There are a few more who've been knocking in results in the top ten such as Rob Gough (AUS), Ben Paton (GBR), Andrew McDougall (AUS), Tom Offer (GBR) and Christopher Rast (SUI). With the light winds set to continue into the week, this kind of consistency could well be key to getting a podium result.

International Moth World Championships 2014 -  Tom Gruitt / yachtsandyachting.com  

The stunning weather does make the racing very watchable from the Hayling Island beach. Why not come down, bring a set of binoculars, some suntan lotion and ice cream money to enjoy the unique sight of 138 foiling Moths battle it out in UK waters.

The International Moth class is hugely grateful to the companies that are helping make this championship possible; Magic Marine, LV, Lennon Sails, CST Composites, Ronstan and Blueteq.

YachtsandYachting.com is the official media partner and producing daily reports and blogging live from the event. Reports will be complemented with Beau Outteridge Productions videos.

The World Championships take place between 19-25 July.

International Moth World Championships 2014 -  Tom Gruitt / yachtsandyachting.com  


International Moth World Championships 2014 -  Tom Gruitt / yachtsandyachting.com  


International Moth World Championships 2014 -  Tom Gruitt / yachtsandyachting.com  


International Moth World Championships 2014 -  Tom Gruitt / yachtsandyachting.com  


International Moth World Championships 2014 -  Tom Gruitt / yachtsandyachting.com  


International Moth World Championships 2014 -  Tom Gruitt / yachtsandyachting.com  


Leigh Albrecht (GBR 4050) and Chris Draper (GBR 3967). - International Moth World Championships 2014 -  Tom Gruitt / yachtsandyachting.com  


International Moth World Championships 2014 -  Tom Gruitt / yachtsandyachting.com  


Results

2014 International Moth World Championship

Hayling Island SC

Results as of 16:12 on July 20, 2014

Overall

Sailed: 3, Discards: 1, To count: 2, Entries: 138, Scoring system: Appendix A
Rank Tally Nation SailNo HelmName Club Q1 Q2 Q3 Total Nett
1st 1 GBR 5 Robert Greenhalgh Royal Southern YC (8.0) 1.0 1.0 10.0 2.0
2nd 2 GBR 7 Chris Rashley Royal London YC 1.0 (2.0) 1.0 4.0 2.0
3rd 102 AUS 4142 Josh Mcknight RPAYC (3.0) 1.0 3.0 7.0 4.0
4th 103 AUS 3 Scott Babbage Woollahra SC 2.0 2.0 (3.0) 7.0 4.0
5th 101 AUS 2 Nathan Outteridge Wangi SC (70.0 DNC) 3.0 2.0 75.0 5.0
6th 104 AUS 6 Rob Gough Royal YC Tasmania 1.0 5.0 (7.0) 13.0 6.0
7th 5 GBR 4147 Michael Lennon HISC (19.0) 4.0 2.0 25.0 6.0
8th 3 GBR 4 Ben Paton Lymington Town SC 5.0 3.0 (7.0) 15.0 8.0
9th 105 AUS 3900 Andrew McDougall Black Rock YC 4.0 (6.0) 4.0 14.0 8.0
10th 6 GBR 4038 Tom Offer Rock SC 3.0 (8.0) 6.0 17.0 9.0
11th 35 GBR 3942 Jason Belben Stokes Bay SC (12.0) 7.0 4.0 23.0 11.0
12th 8 GBR 3967 Chris Draper WPNSA 6.0 (12.0) 5.0 23.0 11.0
13th 163 SUI 4112 Christopher Rast TYC/RCO/MBYC (6.0) 5.0 6.0 17.0 11.0
14th 7 GBR 4123 Dylan Fletcher Portland Moth Squad (12.0) 4.0 8.0 24.0 12.0
15th 130 JPN 3989 Hiroki Goto ABeam 4.0 8.0 (15.0) 27.0 12.0
16th 111 BEL 4049 Giovanni Galeotti RYCB 2.0 (11.0) 11.0 24.0 13.0
17th 9 GBR 4146 Paul Goodison Ulley SC 10.0 (12.0) 5.0 27.0 15.0
18th 129 JPN 4095 Kohei Kajimoto Black Rock YC 7.0 (16.0) 8.0 31.0 15.0
19th 138 SUI 3796 Arnaud Psarofaghis SN Geneva 10.0 6.0 (11.0) 27.0 16.0
20th 153 ITA 4092 Carlo de Paoli Circolo Vela Torbole 8.0 9.0 (10.0) 27.0 17.0
21st 4 GBR 3985 Simon Hiscocks HISC 9.0 (11.0) 9.0 29.0 18.0
22nd 125 ITA 4138 Gian Maria Ferrighi YC Acquafrecsca 5.0 (70.0 DNC) 14.0 89.0 19.0
23rd 16 GBR 4036 Dan Vincent Stokes Bay SC 7.0 (19.0) 13.0 39.0 20.0
24th 128 ITA 4093 Stefano Rizzi SV Oscar Cosulich 13.0 7.0 (21.0) 41.0 20.0
25th 57 GBR 4099 Ricky Tagg HISC 11.0 (14.0) 9.0 34.0 20.0
26th 147 SWE 4159 Nils Akervall Royal Swedish YC 9.0 (21.0) 15.0 45.0 24.0
27th 17 GBR 4059 Dan Ward Frensham Ponds SC 15.0 9.0 (28.0) 52.0 24.0
28th 127 ITA 41 Stefano Ferrighi YC Acquafresca 16.0 10.0 (33.0) 59.0 26.0
29th 63 GBR 4096 Tim Penfold HISC (35.0) 17.0 12.0 64.0 29.0
30th 61 GBR 4155 Stevie Morrison Exe SC 14.0 15.0 (16.0) 45.0 29.0
31st 43 GBR 4050 Leigh Albrecht Queen Mary SC 14.0 15.0 (52.0) 81.0 29.0
32nd 148 USA 9 Brad Funk US Sailing Team Sperry Top-Sider 20.0 (52.0) 10.0 82.0 30.0
33rd 51 GBR 4149 Oliver Holden HISC (23.0) 18.0 12.0 53.0 30.0
34th 135 NZL 4037 Jason Russell HISC (29.0) 17.0 13.0 59.0 30.0
35th 124 ITA 3855 Fabio Mazzetti Circolo Vela Arco 13.0 (19.0) 17.0 49.0 30.0
36th 126 ITA 4030 Marco Lanulfi YC Acquafresca 17.0 13.0 (23.0) 53.0 30.0
37th 55 GBR 3943 Richard Edwards Parkstone YC (25.0) 10.0 22.0 57.0 32.0
38th 137 RSA 4062 Jonathan Heathcote Point YC 20.0 13.0 (25.0) 58.0 33.0
39th 108 AUS 4034 Luke Molloy RQYS 15.0 (33.0) 19.0 67.0 34.0
40th 56 GBR 4073 Richard Westbury Draycote 23.0 (34.0) 14.0 71.0 37.0
41st 106 AUS 3637 Brent Pearson Keppel Bay SC 21.0 16.0 (37.0) 74.0 37.0
42nd 142 SUI 3752 David Holenweg CV Estavyer-le-Lac (28.0) 20.0 19.0 67.0 39.0
43rd 113 ESP 3975 Pablo Arandia EMV Valencia 19.0 (28.0) 20.0 67.0 39.0
44th 18 GBR 4065 Daniel Henderson Stokes Bay SC 24.0 (25.0) 16.0 65.0 40.0
45th 144 SUI 4032 Jean-Pierre de Siebenthal SN de Geneve (24.0) 22.0 18.0 64.0 40.0
46th 44 GBR 4045 Matt Ponsford HISC 22.0 18.0 (29.0) 69.0 40.0
47th 13 GBR 4061 John Pink Hill Head SC (32.0) 21.0 20.0 73.0 41.0
48th 12 GBR 4067 Cameron Stewart HISC 21.0 20.0 (26.0) 67.0 41.0
49th 122 IRL 3592 Rory Fitzpatrick National YC 28.0 14.0 (30.0) 72.0 42.0
50th 67 GBR 3947 Ed Chapman Queen Mary SC (29.0) 22.0 21.0 72.0 43.0
51st 30 GBR 4121 James Phare Queen Mary SC 11.0 (37.0) 34.0 82.0 45.0
52nd 123 IRL 3805 Ryan Seaton Ballyholme YC/CSC (33.0) 28.0 17.0 78.0 45.0
53rd 49 GBR 4060 Neil Baker HISC 18.0 (39.0) 27.0 84.0 45.0
54th 115 FRA 4090 Seb Col YCPR 23.0 RDGa (24.0) 22.0 69.0 45.0
55th 21 GBR 4115 David Hivey HISC 22.0 (27.0) 23.0 72.0 45.0
56th 116 FRA 3972 Yann Andrillon   (26.0) 24.0 24.0 74.0 48.0
57th 110 AUS 4004 Will Logan Royal YC Tasmania 26.0 23.0 (32.0) 81.0 49.0
58th 24 GBR 4075 Doug Pybus Queen Mary SC (37.0) 32.0 18.0 87.0 50.0
59th 132 NED 3849 Constantijn Weber WSV Muiderberg 18.0 32.0 (40.0) 90.0 50.0
60th 133 NED 4074 Eelco Boers WV Roerkoning (70.0 DNC) 25.0 25.0 120.0 50.0
61st 26 GBR 4158 Geoff Carveth HISC 17.0 (38.0) 34.0 89.0 51.0
62nd 22 GBR 3995 David Simmonds HISC 30.0 23.0 (37.0) 90.0 53.0
63rd 54 GBR 4071 Phillippe Oligario Worthing YC (32.0) 31.0 24.0 87.0 55.0
64th 59 GBR 3981 Simon Reynolds Whitstable YC 27.0 (29.0) 28.0 84.0 55.0
65th 47 GBR 3939 Matthew Stark Guernsey YC 25.0 (37.0) 32.0 94.0 57.0
66th 162 FRA 3879 Pierre Blanc CN St Jean Cap Ferrat (31.0) 30.0 29.0 90.0 59.0
67th 42 GBR 3922 Kyle Stoneham Thorpe Bay YC 16.0 (54.0) 44.0 114.0 60.0
68th 37 GBR 3830 John Clifton Shoreham SC (45.0) 35.0 26.0 106.0 61.0
69th 10 GBR 4100 Alex Koukourakis Eastbourne Soverign SC 37.0 27.0 (70.0 DNC) 134.0 64.0
70th 155 USA 4066 Dylan DiMarchi Waikiki YC 34.0 30.0 (48.0) 112.0 64.0
71st 114 FRA 3875 Benoit Marie SNO Nantes (51.0) 26.0 39.0 116.0 65.0
72nd 150 GER 3843 Carlo Maege Feldafinger Seglerverein 34.0 (41.0) 31.0 106.0 65.0
73rd 27 GBR 3980 Graham Simmonds HISC 39.0 (40.0) 27.0 106.0 66.0
74th 36 GBR 3979 Jeremy Hartley Stokes Bay SC (41.0) 36.0 30.0 107.0 66.0
75th 118 GER 3684 Sven Kloppenburg Ratzeburger SV 33.0 (34.0) 33.0 100.0 66.0
76th 143 SUI 4144 Fabien Froesch SN de Geneve (70.0 DNC) 29.0 38.0 137.0 67.0
77th 11 GBR 4122 Andrew Friend Norfolk Punt Club 31.0 (39.0) 36.0 106.0 67.0
78th 134 NZL 4124 Glen Read Vauxhall YC 30.0 (43.0) 38.0 111.0 68.0
79th 119 IRL 3889 Alistair Kissane Howth YC (40.0) 33.0 35.0 108.0 68.0
80th 107 AUS 3631 John Genders RYCT (36.0) 35.0 36.0 107.0 71.0
81st 74 NED 4023 Kalle Coster   35.0 36.0 (39.0) 110.0 71.0
82nd 145 SUI 3798 Philippe Schiller SN de Geneve (51.0) 26.0 47.0 124.0 73.0
83rd 65 GBR 3834 Chris Clarke Thorpe Bay SC 38.0 38.0 (48.0) 124.0 76.0
84th 120 IRL 3861 Annalise Murphy National YC 27.0 50.0 (54.0) 131.0 77.0
85th 154 SUI 3729 Philip Kaeserman SN de Geneve 36.0 45.0 (46.0) 127.0 81.0
86th 73 GBR 3795 Stefan Gieser WSV Heidelberg West (70.0 DNC) 42.0 40.0 152.0 82.0
87th 53 GBR 4043 Paul Hayden Stokes Bay SC (44.0) 40.0 43.0 127.0 83.0
88th 20 GBR 3880 Dave Smithwhite HISC 42.0 (45.0) 41.0 128.0 83.0
89th 62 GBR 4072 Thomas Lambert Wilsonian SC 40.0 (51.0) 44.0 135.0 84.0
90th 160 DEN 3914 Ole Frey Sonderborg YC 41.0 (57.0) 43.0 141.0 84.0
91st 136 POL 3842 Michal Domanski HISC 39.0 47.0 (51.0) 137.0 86.0
92nd 140 SUI 3820 Caspar Buettner Zurcher YC (45.0) 43.0 45.0 133.0 88.0
93rd 48 GBR 3941 Miles Burrage Thorpe Bay SC 46.0 44.0 (51.0) 141.0 90.0
94th 50 GBR 3759 Nic Streatfeild Rutland Water SC (70.0 DNC) 41.0 50.0 161.0 91.0
95th 121 IRL 4206 John Chambers National YC (55.0) 50.0 42.0 147.0 92.0
96th 109 AUS 3905 Phil Stevenson St George SC 43.0 (54.0) 50.0 147.0 93.0
97th 23 GBR 4044 Dominic Hutton Queen Mary SC (70.0 DNC) 53.0 41.0 164.0 94.0
98th 38 GBR 3924 Jon Bennett HISC 43.0 51.0 (70.0 DNC) 164.0 94.0
99th 68 GBR 3730 Jonathan Peats Castle Cove SC 50.0 44.0 (70.0 DNC) 164.0 94.0
100th 46 GBR 3945 Matthew Lea Grafham Water SC (48.0) 48.0 46.0 142.0 94.0
101st 139 SUI 3836 Adriano Petrino CV Lago di Lugano (47.0) 47.0 47.0 141.0 94.0
102nd 71 GBR 3632 Martin Fear Bristol Corinthian SC 42.0 (59.0) 53.0 154.0 95.0
103rd 69 GBR 3787 Jono Pank Imperial Poona YC (70.0 DNC) 46.0 49.0 165.0 95.0
104th 60 GBR 4162 Steve McLean HISC 48.0 49.0 (57.0) 154.0 97.0
105th 14 GBR 3715 Chris Jeeves De Spaenjerd SC 49.0 (55.0) 49.0 153.0 98.0
106th 45 GBR 3910 Matthew Bergmann Smith HISC 47.0 53.0 (55.0) 155.0 100.0
107th 31 GBR 3756 James Sainsbury Grafham Water SC (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 31.0 171.0 101.0
108th 32 GBR 3613 James Thomas Bewl Valley SC (70.0 DNC) 31.0 70.0 DNC 171.0 101.0
109th 15 GBR 3917 Dan Ellis Royal Plymouth Corinthian YC (52.0) 49.0 52.0 153.0 101.0
110th 64 GBR 4041 Andrew Blee Draycote Water SC 44.0 58.0 (70.0 DNC) 172.0 102.0
111th 33 GBR 4106 Jamie Morgan Grafham Water SC 56.0 46.0 (58.0) 160.0 102.0
112th 52 GBR 3668 Patrick Cunningham Gurnard SC 49.0 55.0 (70.0 DNC) 174.0 104.0
113th 29 GBR 4150 Ian Southworth Hamble River SC (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 35.0 175.0 105.0
114th 159 DEN 3601 Hans Rasmussen Troense Badelaug (70.0 DNC) 48.0 57.0 175.0 105.0
115th 72 GBR 3802 Neale Jones HISC 54.0 (56.0) 53.0 163.0 107.0
116th 34 GBR 3192 Jamie Pearson Draycote Water SC 50.0 (70.0 DNC) 58.0 178.0 108.0
117th 112 BEL 3915 Quentin Blondiau   (70.0 DNC) 52.0 56.0 178.0 108.0
118th 146 SUI 3599 Tristan Mathez-Loic SN Geneva (70.0 DNC) 56.0 54.0 180.0 110.0
119th 70 GBR 3704 Mark Dell Thorpe Bay YC (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 42.0 182.0 112.0
120th 25 GBR 3870 Eddie Gatehouse HISC (70.0 DNC) 42.0 70.0 DNC 182.0 112.0
121st 131 JPN 4137 Wakako Tabata ABeam 53.0 (60.0) 59.0 172.0 112.0
122nd 165 GBR 3946 Paul Beard QMSC (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 45.0 185.0 115.0
123rd 58 GBR 3928 Rob Cage Thames SC 46.0 (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 186.0 116.0
124th 28 GBR 3131 Guy Stewart Raynes Weston SC 52.0 (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 192.0 122.0
125th 117 GER 3381 Burhard Staabs Rock SC (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 55.0 195.0 125.0
126th 39 GBR 3766 Jordan Woods Weston SC (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 56.0 196.0 126.0
127th 40 GBR 4207 Joseph Wellerd Plymouth University SC (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 70.0 DNC 210.0 140.0
127th 151 GER 3088 Jens Schoenberg Segelclub Ratzeburger See (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 70.0 DNC 210.0 140.0
127th 41 GBR 3604 Katherine Knight WPNSA (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 70.0 DNC 210.0 140.0
127th 158 ARG 4167 Matias Gainza Eurnekian Yacht Club Argentino (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 70.0 DNC 210.0 140.0
127th 149 USA 4086 Zack Downing San Diego YC (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 70.0 DNC 210.0 140.0
127th 161 DEN 3978 Soren Buhl Horsens YC (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 70.0 DNC 210.0 140.0
127th 152 ITA 3789 Andrea Biagioni HISC (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 70.0 DNC 210.0 140.0
127th 157 ARG 4170 Franco Greggi Yacht Club Argentino (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 70.0 DNC 210.0 140.0
127th 156 ARG 4168 Daniel Pierrard   (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 70.0 DNC 210.0 140.0
127th 19 GBR 4098 Danny Clark Thorpe Bay SC (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 70.0 DNC 210.0 140.0
127th 66 GBR 4151 David Chisholm RNSA (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 70.0 DNC 210.0 140.0
127th 164 GBR 3881 Diederik Bulters   (70.0 DNC) 70.0 DNC 70.0 DNC 210.0 140.0


2014 International Moth World Championship

Hayling Island SC

Results as of 17:52 on July 20, 2014

Q4

Start: Start 1, Finishes: Place
Start: Start 2, Finishes: Place
Rank Tally Nation SailNo HelmName Club Place Points
  1 GBR 5 Robert Greenhalgh Royal Southern YC 1  
  101 AUS 2 Nathan Outteridge Wangi SC 2  
  6 GBR 4038 Tom Offer Rock SC 3  
  103 AUS 3 Scott Babbage Woollahra SC 4  
  8 GBR 3967 Chris Draper LCSC 5  
  7 GBR 4123 Dylan Fletcher Portland Moth Squad 6  
  138 SUI 3796 Arnaud Psarofaghis SN Geneva 7  
  57 GBR 4099 Ricky Tagg HISC 8  
  125 ITA 4138 Gian Maria Ferrighi YC Acquafrecsca 9  
  148 USA 9 Brad Funk US Sailing Team Sperry Top-Sider 10  
  51 GBR 4149 Oliver Holden HISC 11  
  17 GBR 4059 Dan Ward Frensham Ponds SC 12  
  144 SUI 4032 Jean-Pierre de Siebenthal SN de Geneve 13  
  142 SUI 3752 David Holenweg CV Estavyer-le-Lac 14  
  61 GBR 4155 Stevie Morrison Exe SC 15  
  147 SWE 4159 Nils Akervall Royal Swedish YC 16  
  74 NED 4023 Kalle Coster   17  
  55 GBR 3943 Richard Edwards Parkstone YC 18  
  54 GBR 4071 Phillippe Oligario Worthing YC 19  
  26 GBR 4158 Geoff Carveth HISC 20  
  105 AUS 3900 Andrew McDougall Black Rock YC 21  
  53 GBR 4043 Paul Hayden Stokes Bay SC 22  
  104 AUS 6 Rob Gough Royal YC Tasmania 23  
  139 SUI 3836 Adriano Petrino CV Lago di Lugano 24  
  67 GBR 3947 Ed Chapman Queen Mary SC 25  
  162 FRA 3879 Pierre Blanc CN St Jean Cap Ferrat 26  
  133 NED 4074 Eelco Boers WV Roerkoning 27  
  27 GBR 3980 Graham Simmonds HISC 28  
  150 GER 3843 Carlo Maege Feldafinger Seglerverein 29  
  119 IRL 3889 Alistair Kissane Howth YC 30  
  113 ESP 3975 Pablo Arandia EMV Valencia 31  
  37 GBR 3830 John Clifton Shoreham SC 32  
  106 AUS 3637 Brent Pearson Keppel Bay SC 33  
  16 GBR 4036 Dan Vincent Stokes Bay SC 34  
  109 AUS 3905 Phil Stevenson St George SC 35  
  124 ITA 3855 Fabio Mazzetti Circolo Vela Arco 36  
  21 GBR 4115 David Hivey HISC 37  
  134 NZL 4124 Glen Read Vauxhall YC 38  
  70 GBR 3704 Mark Dell Thorpe Bay YC 39  
  14 GBR 3715 Chris Jeeves De Spaenjerd SC 40  
  118 GER 3684 Sven Kloppenburg Ratzeburger SV 41  
  36 GBR 3979 Jeremy Hartley Stokes Bay SC 42  
  120 IRL 3861 Annalise Murphy National YC 43  
  132 NED 3849 Constantijn Weber WSV Muiderberg 44  
  46 GBR 3945 Matthew Lea Grafham Water SC 45  
  45 GBR 3910 Matthew Bergmann Smith HISC 46  
  165 GBR 3946 Paul Beard QMSC 47  
  107 AUS 3631 John Genders RYCT 48  
  65 GBR 3834 Chris Clarke Thorpe Bay SC 49  
  48 GBR 3941 Miles Burrage Thorpe Bay SC 50  
  23 GBR 4044 Dominic Hutton Queen Mary SC 51  
  110 AUS 4004 Will Logan Royal YC Tasmania 52  
  15 GBR 3917 Dan Ellis Royal Plymouth Corinthian YC 53  
  33 GBR 4106 Jamie Morgan Grafham Water SC 54  
  71 GBR 3632 Martin Fear Bristol Corinthian SC 55  
  25 GBR 3870 Eddie Gatehouse HISC 56  
  159 DEN 3601 Hans Rasmussen Troense Badelaug 57  





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Volvo Ocean Race - After 19 days of Leg one, the leaders are still within sight of each other, something we don’t think we’ve ever seen at such a stage between Alicante and Cape Town. It’s the ultimate inshore race, staged hundreds of miles offshore. Abu Dhabi, Team Brunel and Team Vestas Wind are locked against each other with Dongfeng Race Team just 17NM further adrift. ... [more]  

The Taiwan 2014 Kitesurfing Open & Green Tourism Miaoli proved to be an interesting event for the Kiteboard Tour Asia (KTA) to get involved with at the Longfong Fish Harbour beach front in Jhunan. As the KTA had been wanting for some time to bring an event to the renowned high wind shores of Taiwan, which is famous for its windy conditions 300 days a year. ... [more]  

Best possible conditions are expected when 2014 World Championships in ISAF-class Kona One is about to start in Islamorada, Florida on Saturday, November 1. A total of 115 sailors from five continents will line up making it the largest Kona event ever. The outcome is very open with a number of high-profiled sailors with multiple international championship wins in different windsurfing classes. ... [more]  

2015 U.S. Youth Sailing Championships - The dates for the 2015 U.S. Youth Championships, hosted by Eastern Yacht Club in Marblehead, Mass., have been changed to July 6-10 from the traditional second week in August ... [more]  

'It is no less important to the Commodore as air or water,' said Staff Commodore of the San Diego Yacht Club Chuck Nichols. The Lipton Cup is arguably one of the most iconic regattas in the sailing community. This three-day regatta is an invitation-only event where the best sailors from around the country compete to represent their yacht clubs. ... [more]  

Year in and year out, the U.S. Disabled Championships is one of the most fascinating sailing events in the world. A strong collection of the top sailors in the country are in Galveston, Texas preparing for this week’s three-day championship, which begins Thursday, October 30 and concludes Saturday, November 1. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race: Team Vestas back-slams both race leaders *Feature by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz
The Chris Nicholson skippered Team Vestas Wind, has made a big gain in the last 12 hours in the Volvo Ocean Race, and is now positioned between the two lead boats. The Danish flagged entry had been positioned to the west of the leaders, who were in the fringe of the St Helena High. ... [more]  

Last night all the American Windsurfing Tour riders, and some of the top PWA sailors, enjoyed a fantastic opening party and registration for the Aloha Classic at Adventure Sports Maui. Food, drinks, photos and lots of chat was the order of the evening, and this morning all with gather again at 9am for the official opening blessing. ... [more]  

Many know Bill Erkelens as a former rigger, team manager for the Maxi Sayonara and subsequently Campaign manager for Oracle Racing during the IACC efforts and a really good sailor with a solid Rolodex of connections in the yacht racing world. When the opportunity to manage a Volvo team arose, Bill did not hesitate, and in late 2013, the Bay Area Native accepted the roles as COO for Team Alvimedica ... [more]  

Team Alvimedica OBR Amory Ross reports on the crew’s progress in the Volvo Ocean Race. Even in the 'straight-line' sailing that has dominated the last portion of the race, the dynamic of our fleet position has been in a state of constant change. ... [more]  

Team SCA OBR Corinna Halloran reports on day 18 for the crew in the Volvo Ocean Race. We are fighting. We are determined. We are focused. Yes, today was not easy, but we did not allow ourselves to slow down-- we sailed with the conditions given and sailed at 100% performance. ... [more]  

The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) published its 2015 Anti-Doping Code on Wednesday (29 October), which will apply to all Member organisations, Paralympic Games and IPC recognised International Federations, from 1 January 2015. ... [more]  

Sailing legend Sir Robin Knox-Johnston hopes to inspire greater French participation in ocean racing through his entry in the Route du Rhum – Destination Guadeloupe. 'France is a nation of sailors with excellent role models; legends in their own right,' said Sir Robin. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15 - The big news of yesterday was the introduction of an ice gate by Race Director Jack Lloyd. Designed to take away the temptation for the teams to dive deep south in the search for better pressure and a better angle to Cape Town. The Ice Gate is placed at 42 deg South between 20W and 10W, seen on the screenshot below. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race - Up until now the comment from the boats to the east has been that Team Vestas Wind had made a bad move by digging west. But now, with the high pressure to the east expanding, perhaps Wouter on the Danish boat has read the future a little better and has set his team up for a comeback. ... [more]  

Optimist World Championship 2014 - Six races were made last week and the fleet was divided into Gold, Silver and Bronze. Each fleet has 70 sailors. This first part of this championship had light winds, lot of current and little waves but today it changed completely: The wind gauge marked 23 Knots on the race area, the waves were high and short. ... [more]  

2014 - 15 Volvo Ocean Race - Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing have finally given ground to Team Brunel after almost exactly a week at the head of the fleet but the new leaders’ thin advantage may well be very short-lived as the Volvo Ocean Race Leg 1 turned into a game of hunt-the-breeze. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race: Ice Gate laid in Southern Ocean on Leg 1 *Feature by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz
Volvo Ocean Race have specified an Ice Gate in the Southern Ocean of which all competitors must stay to the North, or pass on their starboard side. The gate has been set along the line of 42degrees South and runs for 10 degrees of longitude. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race - Reality for Team Vestas Wind by Brian Carlin, Team Vestas Wind
The Volvo Ocean Race is an event that you get to watch unfold as something real. What happens on these boats day-to-day, what’s sent, what’s written about, what’s photographed, what’s on video is REAL. When you wake at 3am, it’s dark, really dark. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15. Team Alvimedica OBR Amory Ross reports on the crew’s progress. It’s beginning to feel a bit like Groundhog Day onboard! Our straight-line progress south continues without significant change and after 48 hours of port tack bliss we’re still free running in the South Equatorial Current at steady speeds in excess of 20 knots. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15. Team SCA OBR Corinna Halloran reports on day 17 for the team as they enter the Southern Ocean. Entering the Southern Ocean and racing to Cape Town is not as easy as sailing a straight line South. Currently, we are heading west in order to catch a Low pressure that spins out of the South. ... [more]  

Jim and Kristy Clark’s newly launched Comanche, a 100-foot supermaxi is aim for the Rolex Sydney to Hobart as her first major outing. The first video is of a training run from Newport, RI to Charleston, SC on Oct 24-26, 2014.The second video is of earlier trials off Newport. ... [more]  

La Torche only produced one day of wind over the nine days for the PWA Grand Slam, but the one day of competition was one to remember as La Torche produced some of the best conditions of the year, for the wave sailors, with 20-30 knot winds and powerful, peeling, clean waves, providing the perfect platform for the world’s most radical sailors to throw themselves skywards. ... [more]  

ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year Awards one week away
Clipper Race - Is this the toughest job on the ocean?
PIC Coastal Classic Roundup: Almost 30 minutes slashed off record
America's Cup: Artemis Racing signs seventh Olympic Gold medalist
Pieces in place for the 2015 GC32 Racing Tour
Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15 - Behind the numbers
Volvo Ocean Race: Front runners open gap for Cape Town *Feature
AWT - PWA Finale 2014: Severne Starboard Aloha Classic - One day to go
2014 International Masters Regatta - Augie Diaz takes the trophy
Volvo Ocean Race - Supreme sailing for Team Alvimedica
Volvo Ocean Race - Team SCA, united by one
A big shift for Pumpkin Pursuit in Richmond
ISAF Annual Conference to take place in Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15: Latest position report: October 27, 1700 UTC
Oakcliff Ocean Racing Team to race RORC Transatlantic Race
Clipper Round the World Yacht Race - The search for skippers is on
China Cup Int'l Regatta - Windier weather brings victory for Vanke
Argo Group Gold Cup - Stena Sailing Team wins in Bermuda
GC 32 Foiling Cat Argo sets Mount Gay Rum Around Jamestown Record
Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15: Latest position report, October 27, 0630 UTC
2014 RS:X Youth Worlds - Going out with a bang! + Video   
2015 Flying Dutchman World Championships - Winners will be Grinners!   
RenaissanceRe Junior Gold Cup - Denmark’s Christian Spodsberg wins   
Argo Group Gold Cup 2014 - Berntsson joins sailing’s elite   
Sand Flies versus Foiling Moths - Moth World Championship 2015 *Feature   
2015 International 14 World Championship - Frasch leads German team   
Ian Williams and GAC Pindar set up an exciting AWMRT finale   
Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15 Leg one – South Atlantic tactics   
Volvo Ocean Race: Steady run to the finish at Cape Town   
18ft Skiffs: Club Championship - Race one   
2014 Optimist World Championship - Race started with a clear day   
2014 - 15 Volvo Ocean Race - Fernando de Noronha   
2014 - 15 Volvo Ocean Race - The longest route   
Argo Group Gold Cup - Semi Final matches set for Sunday   
Argo Group Gold Cup - Light air drama in Bermuda   
Renaissance Re Jr Gold Cup - Searching for breeze on the race course   
La Torche PWA Grand Slam - Radical wave tow-in on day 8   
Rolex Middle Sea Race - 35th edition one to remember + Video   
Volvo Ocean Race - How eight on Team SCA became Shellbacks   
Volvo Ocean Race - Team Alvimedica rounds Fernando de Neronha   


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