On day three of the J/24 World Championships in Boltenhagen, Germany, the fleet faced winds of up to 20 knots. It was again Ian Southworth (GBR 5219) who sailed two excellent races and kept his lead over second-placed Mike Ingham (USA 5443). And today Travis Odenbach (USA 5432) also entered the stage.
Congratulations are in full order for Alessandro Rombelli and his STIG 2015 Melges 32 World Champion team that includes tactician Francesco Bruni and crew members Pierluigi De Felice, Giorgio Tortarolo, Michele Giovannini, Daniele Fiaschi, Luca Faravelli (2010 World Champ) and Filippo La Mantia.
The Flensburger Segel Club (FSC) hosted the Junior World Championship of the Olympic 49er and 49er FX Class at the end of August with 73 Teams in all attending the Flensburg Fjord at the very northern side of Germany.
The World Sailing Speed Record Council has announced the ratification of a new world record for Charlotte Consorti (FRA), a new outright world record for Sebastian Cattalan (FRA) and a new Performance Certificate for a benchmark time from Bermuda to Newport.
Blanca Manchón (ESP) and Tom Slingsby (AUS) joined the sailing world's list of highest achievers last night, as they were respectively named female and male recipients of the 2010 ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year Awards.
The World Sailing Speed Record Council has ratified two Around Britain and Ireland. Monohull Records. The first set by ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year Award nominee Franck Cammas and his Groupama70, Volvo Open 70.
ISAF and Rolex are proud to announce the Nominees for the ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year Awards 2010. ISAF received nominations for the 2010 Awards from across the world for sailors representing all aspects of the sport.