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Sailing Qualification to Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games

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According to what I know, the 2019 Olympic Classes World Championships will be:

 

Nacra 17, 49er & 49er:FX 29 November - 8 December in Auckland, New Zealand :NZL

470 in Enoshima, Japan :JPN (and it will coincide with Olympic test event into the olympic sailing venue)

RS:X in Torbole sul Garda, :ITA date still unknown to me.

 

So there should be two other competitions, namely Laser World championships (Laser + Laser Radial) and the one dedicated to the Finn class.

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1 ora fa, AlFHg ha scritto:

According to what I know, the 2019 Olympic Classes World Championships will be:

 

Nacra 17, 49er & 49er:FX 29 November - 8 December in Auckland, New Zealand :NZL

470 in Enoshima, Japan :JPN (and it will coincide with Olympic test event into the olympic sailing venue)

RS:X in Torbole sul Garda, :ITA date still unknown to me.

 

So there should be two other competitions, namely Laser World championships (Laser + Laser Radial) and the one dedicated to the Finn class.

 

the 2019 Laser Worlds will be in Niiya, Japan (that's NOT the Olympic site) in July...

 

for what concerns the Finn Worlds (named Gold Cup), 2 more champs are scheduled before the next Olympics...in 2019 they will be in Melbourne in December, then in 2020 they'll be in Palma de Mallorca (ESP), date TBD

 

2019 RS:X Worlds will be in September, from the 22nd through the 28th...

 

p.s. last year's RS:X World were also held in Enoshima as part of the pre-Olympic campaign (and they were not so good for Italy)...;)

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25 minuti fa, phelps ha scritto:

 

the 2019 Laser Worlds will be in Niiya, Japan (that's NOT the Olympic site) in July...

 

for what concerns the Finn Worlds (named Gold Cup), 2 more champs are scheduled before the next Olympics...in 2019 they will be in Melbourne in December, then in 2020 they'll be in Palma de Mallorca (ESP), date TBD

 

2019 RS:X Worlds will be in September, from the 22nd through the 28th...

 

p.s. last year's RS:X World were also held in Enoshima as part of the pre-Olympic campaign (and they were not so good for Italy)...;)

 

According to the qualification criteria, the world qualifying events, apart from Aarhus 2018, should be the 2019 championships, so I think that for the Finn it will be in Melbourne

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13 ore fa, AlFHg ha scritto:

 

According to the qualification criteria, the world qualifying events, apart from Aarhus 2018, should be the 2019 championships, so I think that for the Finn it will be in Melbourne

 

yeah, but since I don't know for certain which of the 2 events is the qualifier, I just wrote down both of them...;)

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Posted (edited)

let's start to recap the crews already qualified to the Tokyo Games after the 2018 World Championships...

 

Finn

  • :ARG Argentina
  • :CAN Canada
  • :HUN Hungary
  • :GBR Great Britain
  • :NED New Zealand
  • :SWE Sweden
  • :TUR Turkey

 

Men's 470

  • :AUS Australia
  • :FRA France
  • :GBR Great Britain
  • :ITA Italy
  • :NZL New Zealand
  • :ESP Spain
  • :SWE Sweden
  • :USA United States

 

Women's 470

  • :CHN China
  • :FRA France
  • :GBR Great Britaon
  • :GRE Greece
  • :ITA Italy
  • :ISR Israel
  • :SLO Slovenia
  • :ESP Spain
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Posted (edited)
il y a 42 minutes, phelps a déclaré:

let's start to recap the crews already qualified to the Tokyo Games after the 2018 World Championships...

 

Finn

  • :ARG Argentina
  • :CAN Canada
  • :HUN Hungary
  • :GBR Great Britain
  • :NED New Zealand
  • :SWE Sweden
  • :TUR Turkey

 

Men's 470

  • :AUS Australia
  • :FRA France
  • :GBR Great Britain
  • :ITA Italy
  • :NZL New Zealand
  • :ESP Spain
  • :SWE Sweden
  • :USA United States

 

Women's 470

  • :CHN China
  • :FRA France
  • :GBR Great Britaon
  • :GRE Greece
  • :ITA Italy
  • :ISR Israel
  • :SLO Slovenia
  • :ESP Spain

Finn is a épreuve men no mixed ? CAN you change à color blue 

Edited by Benolympique

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6 minuti fa, Benolympique ha scritto:

Finn is a épreuve men no mixed ?

Finn is just men, (one person dinghy - heavyweight)

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crews already qualified to the Tokyo Games after the 2018 World Championships, part #2

 

Men's Laser

  • :AUS Australia
  • :BRA Brazil
  • :CRO Croatia
  • :CYP Cyprus
  • :EST Estonia
  • :FIN Finland
  • :FRA France
  • :GER Germany
  • :GBR Great Britain
  • :NZL New Zealand
  • :NOR Norway
  • :PER Peru
  • :KOR South Korea
  • :USA United States

 

Women's Laser Radial

  • :BEL Belgium
  • :CAN Canada
  • :CHN China
  • :DEN Denmark
  • :FIN Finland
  • :FRA France
  • :GER Germany
  • :GBR Great Britain
  • :GRE Greece
  • :HUN Hungary
  • :ITA Italy
  • :NED Netherlands
  • :NOR Norway
  • :POL Poland
  • :SUI Switzerland
  • :SWE Sweden
  • :TUR Turkey
  • :USA United States

 

Women's 49er FX

  • :AUS Australia
  • :AUT Austria
  • :BRA Brazil
  • :DEN Denmark
  • :GBR Great Britain
  • :NED Netherlands
  • :NZL New Zealand
  • :NOR Norway

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Updated as of August 31st, 2018

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I have read somewhere, maybe even on the world sailing website, that Finn world qualification won't occur in Gold Cup 2019 in Melbourne but in European Championships in Marsala ( :ITA ). I think it is technically possible as European Championships are usually open to participation to all athletes, although only European sailors can win the title, but still it sound weird

 

https://www.powerboat-world.com/news/208404/Olympic-sailing-calendar-set-for-2019-2020

 

Here it is the link, don't know how much reliable the source is

Edited by AlFHg

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While I look for the page I read the news above, here is a link stating that 2020 World Cup in Genoa ( :ITA, the same city were the bridge tragically crashed), will be the European Qualifying regatta. I think it is somehow a good news for the city in this dark period.

 

http://www.sailing.org/worldcup/news/88059.php#.W9cykaeh3OQ

Edited by AlFHg

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7 hours ago, AlFHg said:

I have read somewhere, maybe even on the world sailing website, that Finn world qualification won't occur in Gold Cup 2019 in Melbourne but in European Championships in Marsala ( :ITA ). I think it is technically possible as European Championships are usually open to participation to all athletes, although only European sailors can win the title, but still it sound weird

 

https://www.powerboat-world.com/news/208404/Olympic-sailing-calendar-set-for-2019-2020

 

Here it is the link, don't know how much reliable the source is

It seems that your link is the copy of a news from ISAF website: http://www.sailing.org/news/87590.php#.W9eWj3Z76Cg

 

And to add what is missing in this one: 470 World Champs in Enoshima will be 2-9 August, Finn European Champs in Marsala will be 9-19 May. I haven't found the mentioned continental regatta calendar which was supposed to be published by 1 September.

Edited by Vojthas

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