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Dongfeng might in fact have chosen the perfect course. They are hugging the coastlines and have been racing towards the finish with 11-13 km/h faster speeds than the rest, having closed the gap from 85km to 50km in a matter of two hours :yikes:

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It's just unbelievable. The single biggest sailing race in the world going to be decided by seconds after 70.000 kilometers of sailing around the world's seas :bowdown:

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Dongfeng on their way to make history and take the lead in the last kilometers. This is absolutely incredible, one of the most sensational bits of sports in the last years (as far as sailing can be sensational/spectacular).

 

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And Dongfeng wins the sailing race in the world. What a move in the past 24 hours. 

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Just walked by a Team NL car with Marit Bouwmeester written on the sides just 1-200m from my front door. I wonder if she has rented an appartenment for the last preperations (as it's a bit away from the harbour).

Do you by any chance know, @heywoodu? :p

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1 minute ago, Agger said:

Just walked by a Team NL car with Marit Bouwmeester written on the sides just 1-200m from my front door. I wonder if she has rented an appartenment for the last preperations (as it's a bit away from the harbour).

Do you by any chance know, @heywoodu? :p

I can't find anything about it :p 

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49er & 49er FX Open European Championships 2018 (Gdynia, POL)

 

Men's 49er

Gold: Diego Botìn & Iago Botìn (ESP), 69 Pts

Silver: Dominik Buksak & Szymon Wierzbicki (POL), 74 Pts

Bronze: Dylan Fletcher-Scott & Stuart Bithell (GBR), 75 Pts

 

Regatta Overall Ranking

1st, Diego Botìn & Iago Botìn (ESP), 69 Pts

2nd, Dominik Buksak & Szymon Wierzbicki (POL), 74 Pts

3rd, Dylan Fletcher-Scott & Stuart Bithell (GBR), 75 Pts

 

Women's 49er

Gold: Helene Naess & Marie Ronningen (NOR), 59 Pts

Silver: Victoria Jurczok & Anika Lorenz (GER), 81 Pts

Bronze: Sophie Weguelin & Sophie Ainsworth (GBR), 81 Pts

 

Regatta Overall Ranking

1st, Helene Naess & Marie Ronningen (NOR), 59 Pts

2nd, Victoria Jurczok & Anika Lorenz (GER), 81 Pts

3rd, Sophie Weguelin & Sophie Ainsworth (GBR), 81 Pts

 

Full News and Results here:

http://49er.org/event/2018-european-championship/

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Mixed Nacra 17 Open European Championships 2018 (Gdynia, POL)

 

Mixed Nacra 17

Gold: Ruggero Tita & Caterina Banti (ITA), 34 Pts (2nd title in a row for them)

Silver: Fernando Echavarri & Tara Pacheco (ESP), 56 Pts

Bronze: Lin Cenholt & Cp Lubeck (DEN), 64 Pts

 

Regatta Overall Ranking

1st, Ruggero Tita & Caterina Banti (ITA), 34 Pts

2nd, Gemma Jones & Jason Saunders (NZL), 47 Pts

3rd, Fernando Echavarri & Tara Pacheco (ESP), 56 Pts

 

Full News and Results here:

http://nacra17.org/events/2018-european-championship/

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RS:X Open European Championships 2018 (Sopot, POL)

 

Men's RS:X

Gold: Mattia Camboni (ITA), 42 Pts

Silver: Yoav Omer (ISR), 64 Pts

Bronze: Shahar Zubari (ISR), 66 Pts

 

Women's RS:X

Gold: Zofia Noceti-Klepacka (POL), 40 Pts

Silver: Stefania Elfutina (RUS), 50 Pts

Bronze: Emma Wilson (GBR), 53 Pts

 

Full News and Results here:

https://www.rsxclass.org/europeans2018/

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