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Sailing 2018 Discussion Thread

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LDOG    388

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dcro    1,986

Apparently Ledecka plans to qualify for RS:X event in Tokyo. :whistle:

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phelps    298

Finn Open European Championships 2018 (Cadiz, ESP)

 

Gold: Ed Wright (GBR), 57 Pts

Silver: Nicholas Heiner (NED), 60 Pts

Bronze: Max Salminen (SWE), 71 Pts

 

News here:

http://2018.finneuropeans.org/

 

Full Results here:

http://regatas.fav.es/es/default/races/race-resultsall/text/2018-open-finn-european-and-u23-open-finn-european-championship-es

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phelps    298

Sailing World Cup, Hyeres Sailing Week (Hyeres, FRA)

 

Final Results

 

Mixed Nacra 17
Ruggero Tita/Caterina Banti (ITA), 47 Pts
Ben Saxton/Nicola Boniface (GBR), 79 Pts
Iker Martinez de Lizarduy/Olga Maslivets (ESP), 89 Pts

 

Men's RS:X
Pierre le Coq (FRA), 88 Pts
Louis Giard (FRA), 92 Pts
Thomas Goyard (FRA), 110 Pts

 

Women's RS:X
Zofia Noceti-Klepacka (POL), 61 Pts
Pei Na Chen (CHN), 64 Pts
Malgorzata Bialecka (POL), 75 Pts

 

Men's 49er
Dominik Bursak/Szymon Wierzbicki (POL), 49 Pts
Logan Dunning Beck/Oscar Gunn (NZL), 60 Pts
Josh Porebski/Trent Rippey (NZL), 62 Pts

 

Women's 49er FX
Alexandra Maloney/Molly Meech (NZL), 76 Pts
Ida Marie Baad Nielsen/Marie Thugaard Olsen (DEN), 77 Pts
Victoria Travascio/Maria Branz (ARG), 96 Pts

 

Men's 470
Anton Dahlberg/Fredrik Bergstroem (SWE), 28 Pts
Mathew Belcher/William Ryan (AUS), 49 Pts
Paul Snow-Hansen/Daniel Wilcox (NZL), 62 Pts

 

Women's 470
Camille Lecointre/Aloise Retornaz (FRA), 62 Pts
Hannah Mills/Eilidh McIntyre (GBR), 67 Pts
Ai Kondo Yoshida/Miho Yoshioka (JPN), 78 Pts

 

Men's Laser
Jean-Baptiste Bernaz (FRA), 84 Pts
Sam Meech (NZL), 101 Pts
Tom Burton (AUS), 109 Pts

 

Women's Laser Radial
Marit Bouwmeester (NED), 53 Pts
Monika Mikkola (FIN), 109 Pts
Paige Railey (USA), 120 Pts

 

Finn
Jorge Zarif (BRA), 38 Pts
Nicholas Heiner (NED), 46 Pts
Alican Kaynar (TUR), 50 Pts

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Agger    282

Good to see Ida and Marie back in the top. Would love to see them go to Tokyo (not just because I would be able to say that I know an olympian :p )

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Dunadan    90

News on the programme for Paris 2024

https://www.insidethegames.biz/articles/1065085/kiteboarding-set-to-appear-at-paris-2024-olympics

 

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Kiteboarding is set to make its Summer Olympic debut in Marseille at Paris 2024 after being approved as one of the 10 sailing events on the programme.

This decision followed lengthy discussions at a Mid-Year Meeting of World Sailing at Stamford Bridge football stadium in London.

Male and female windsurfing and mixed one and two-person dinghy events were also approved to join the five classes already proposed.

The exact equipment and format will not be confirmed until later this year.

But it seems likely that the windsurfing class will remain RS:X while both the Finn and 470 will feature in the one and two-person dinghy events - possibly as part an innovative new relay format.

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phelps    298

but we're not talking about regular" Kitesurfing...we're talking about another not yet existing enthusiasmating "mixed" competition...:yikes::wall:

personally, I'm disgusted...:facepalm:

shame on ISAF, Paris LOC, IOC and to all the people supporting this "gender equality" farce...:thumbdown::redcard::spank::zip:

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phelps    298
Posted (edited)

Laser Open European Championships 2018 (La Rochelle, FRA)

 

Men's Laser Standard

Gold: Pavlos Kontides (CYP), 46 Pts

Silver: Michael Beckett (GBR), 47 Pts

Bronze: Jesper Stalheim (SWE), 60 Pts

 

Regatta Overall Ranking

1st, Matthew Wearn (AUS), 24 Pts

2nd, Sam Meech (NZL), 36 Pts

3rd, Pavlos Kontides (CYP), 46 Pts

 

Women's Laser Radial

Gold: Marit Bowmeester (NED), 26 Pts

Silver: Maxime Jonker (NED), 62 Pts

Bronze: Emma Plasschaert (BEL), 74 Pts

 

Regatta Overall Ranking

1st, Marit Bowmeester (NED), 26 Pts

2nd, Paige Riley (USA), 43 Pts

3rd, Maxime Jonker (NED), 62 Pts

 

 

Full News and Results here:

http://eurilca.org/2018-laser-senior-european-championships/

 

 

 

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Jur    54

If the 470 went to became a mixed event like Nacra, with a crew of 1 men and 1 woman, I wouldn't be pissed, to be honest. I never understood the difference between 470 and 49er ship, so if 470 becames mixed I'm happy and fits for me.

 

About the Finn being mixed, I don't know. Really, if it is a team event I would love to see mixed regatas, and the result points are added to a team, could make for a more interesting event than individuals cause two ships are involved per country and anything can happend.

 

 

Mixed kite, meh. It's a different enough event to all the other sailing classes, I really hope IOC would give World Sailing one more medal event so they can have different sexes events in this one and made a great debut at the games.

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Agger    282
10 minutes ago, Jur said:

About the Finn being mixed, I don't know. Really, if it is a team event I would love to see mixed regatas, and the result points are added to a team, could make for a more interesting event than individuals cause two ships are involved per country and anything can happend.

 

From what I read, it will most likely be a mix where it'll be finn for men and Europe for the women

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Jur    54
hace 1 minuto, Agger said:

 

From what I read, it will most likely be a mix where it'll be finn for men and Europe for the women

Well, my knowledge about Sailing is limited so I really don't understand the different boats in a mayor extense. But I can imagine that two different ships can't race togheter, so there goes the end of my idea. A Relay in sailing sounds awfull.

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