St Quay Women Match Racing
18 May 13
There were no Saturday surprises at the St. Quay Women's Match Race, as all four of the crews that dominated the double round-robin also qualified for the semi-finals.
Joakim Hermansson (As Amended by ISAF)
The ISAF Match Racing World Championship was first presented in 1988 and has been awarded every year since.
Up until 2005, the World Championship was decided at a single event. Skippers from the top of the ISAF World Match Racing Rankings where invited to compete along with the defending champion and a representative of the host nation. The event then held a round robin, followed by the knockout stages which culminated in the ISAF Match Racing World Championship final, where the gold medal winners were decided.
In January 2006, the ISAF Match Racing World Championship began a new era as ISAF partnered with the World Match Racing Tour, granting the Tour 'ISAF Special Event' status and awarding the ISAF Match Racing World Championship Trophy to the winner of the World Match Racing Tour.
From 2006 onwards, the ISAF Match Racing World Championship has been awarded to the winner of the World Match Racing Tour. The Tour is an annual series of events. Skippers scores points based on their finishing position at each event which added up form their points total in the World Championship standings.