Melges 20 World Championship
30 Aug 14
John Kilroy leads 57-strong Audi Melges 20 World Championship fleet into final day of competition with five-point advantage.
International Audi Melges 20 Class Association
Racing begins on 2 August with the first flights of the Women's Match Racing competiton. All of the Olympic events will be contested with each nation able to send just one entry to each event.
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|Fleet racing||Men||470||Overall Rankings|
|Fleet racing||Women||470||Overall Rankings|
|Fleet racing||Men||49er||Overall Rankings|
|Fleet racing||Men||49er||Overall Rankings|
|Match racing||Women||Elliott 6m||Overall Rankings|
|Fleet racing||Men||Finn||Overall Rankings|
|Fleet racing||Men||Laser||Overall Rankings|
|Fleet racing||Women||Laser Radial||Overall Rankings|
|Fleet racing||Men||RS:X||Overall Rankings|
|Fleet racing||Women||RS:X||Overall Rankings|
|Fleet racing||Men||Star||Overall Rankings|
HRH The Princess Royal, IOC Member and President of the Royal Yachting Association, officially opened the £7.85 million purpose-built Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy (WPNSA) on 9 June 2005.
Set up as a 'Sailing Centre of Excellence', the Academy is located within the former Royal Naval Air Station, HMS Osprey, Portland. This site covers approximately seven acres and launches directly into the sheltered water of Portland Harbour. Immediately outside the harbour excellent sailing can be found in Weymouth Bay. The enclosed harbour will provide one course area offering flat water, with four other course areas planned in the bay in relatively close proximity to the shore.
The Academy's state of the art facilities include new pontoons, launching ramps and extensive development of onshore facilities. The dedicated strength and conditioning gym is fully tailored to the specific needs of the sport, for able-bodied and disabled sailors alike. The National Sailing Academy will be a state-of-the-art facility for elite training, competition and local community use after the 2012 Games and is available as a training centre prior to the Games.
Situated approximately two and a half hours away from London, Weymouth and the south west of England has excellent road and rail links to London and the rest of Great Britain.
Competitors will be accommodated on a cruise liner in the bay, with Race Officials at local hotels.
A spectator friendly venue, fans will be able to line the shores of Dorset and east Devon to enjoy the sailing events.
|470 Men - On Water Infringements||470 Men - On Water Infringements|
|470 Women - On Water Infringements||470 Women - On Water Infringements|
|Coach Boat Diagrams||Medal Race and Nothe Course Restricted Areas for the Weymouth and Portland International Regatta 2011|
|Coach Boat Regulations||Coach Boat Regulations for the Weymouth and Portland International Regatta 2011|
|Coach Boat Regulations - Amendment 1||Amendments to the Coach Boat Regulations|
|Daily Schedule||Daily schedule|
|Discretionary Penalties||Discretionary Penalties for the Weymouth & Portland International Regatta 2011|
|Entry List||Entry List for the Weymouth and Portland International Regatta 2011. Updated 13 July|
|Entry List by Name||Entry List by Name for the Weymouth and Portland International Regatta 2011. Updated 24 June 2011|
|Equipment Inspection Regulations||Equipment Inspection Regulations for the Weymouth and Portland International Regatta 2011|
|Equipment Inspection Schedule||Equipment Inspection Schedule for the Weymouth and Portland International Regatta 2011|
|Finn - On Water Penalties||Finn On Water Penalties - Weymouth and Portland International Regatta|
|Jury Information||Jury Information for Athletes for the Weymouth and Portland International Regatta 2011|
|Laser - On Water Infringements||Laser - On Water Infringements|
|Laser Radial - On Water Infringements||Laser Radial - On Water Infringements|
|Notice of Race||Notice of Race for the Weymouth and Portland International Regatta 2011. UPDATED 08.12.10 to correctly number NoR points 9 - 26.|
|Protest Summary||Daily Protest Summary documents from the Weymouth and Portland International Regatta|
|Provisional Course Assignments||Provisional Course Assignment for the Weymouth and Portland International Regatta 2011. Please see Sailing Instruction 4.2 and the Official Notice Board for more information.|
|RM Policies Fleet Racing||ISAF Race Management Policies(fleet racing) for the Weymouth & Portland International Regatta 2011|
|RM Policies Match Racing||ISAF Race Management Policies (Match Racing) for the Weymouth & Portland International Regatta 2011|
|Race Official Appointments||ISAF Race Official Appointments for the Weymouth and Portland International Regatta 2011|
|Requests for Information||Requests for Information|
|Sailing Instructions||Sailing Instructions for the Weymouth and Portland International Regatta 2011|
|Standard Penalties||Breaches and Standard Penalties for the Weymouth & Portland International Regatta 2011|
|Venue Diagram||Venue Diagram|
|W Match Finals||Weymouth and Portland International Regatta - Women's Match Racing Final|
|W Match Round Robin Results||Women's Match Racing - Final Results from the Round Robin which finished on Thursday 4 August.|
|Women's Match Racing Q Final Results WPIR||Women's Match Racing - Knock Out Results, Quarter Finals|
|Women's Match Racing Results - Sail Off 5-8||Women's Match Racing Results - Sail Off 5-8|
|Women's Match Racing Results - Semi Finals & Petit Final||Weymouth and Portland International Regatta -Women's Match Racing Results - Semi Finals & Petit Final|
|Womens Match Racing Start List||Match Racing daily start list indicating pairings and schedule.|