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8-13 July 2018 / Gdynia, Poland

2018 European Championship

Medal Race and Other Racing Action

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49er Open Europeans All Fleets

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49er Europeans All Fleets

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49er Gold

After Medal Race

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European Championship

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Provisional After 49er Silver Fleet

After Silver F2

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49er Bronze Fleet

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49erFX Open Europeans All Fleets

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49erFX Europeans All Fleets

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49erFX Provisional Open Europeans Results - Gold

Provisional Results After End of Gold

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49erFX Provisional Results

After 3 Silver Fleet Race

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Challenged by a 5-6 knot breeze over the first two days of the World Cup Series event, the champions have used all their experience to position themselves at the top of the pack or firmly in medal contention. Olympic medallists, World Champions and Continental titleholders were all battling at the front of the packs on a wet and light wind opening day of Sailing’s 2017-18 World Cup Series in Gamagori, Japan.

Day 1

The Men’s Skiff (49er) completed one race and Isaac McHardie and William Mckenzie (NZL) managed to clinch it by seven seconds over James Peters and Fynn Sterritt (GBR). “There were a lot of puffs and holes but we linked it all together to win.

“It was a game of snakes and ladders. You could gain just as easily as you could lose. You had to bank what you could and hope for the best.”

The Women’s Skiff (49erFX) took to the water for the afternoon session and managed to complete three races in light breeze. Lili Sebesi and Albane Dubois (FRA) took a pair of wins and a second to lead the overall. Japanese favourites Sayoko Harada and Sera Nagamatsu follow.

Day 2

Great Britain’s Dylan Fletcher and Stu Bithell beat their team mates James Peters and Fynn Sterritt to the 2017 49er world title in Matasinhos, Portugal at the start of September by just four points.

Their rivalry has transferred across to Gamagori and the teams occupy the top two spots after five races. Fletcher and Bithell hold a five-point advantage after taking two out of four wins from the day.

Japan’s Sayoko Harada and Sera Nagamatsu took the single Women’s Skiff (49erFX) race win and trail leaders Lili Sebesi and Albane Dubois (FRA) by a single point.

Check out all the regatta info here:

The opening event of Sailing’s 2017-18 World Cup Series is in Gamagori, Japan. Held from 15-22 October 2017, more than 250 sailors from 39 nations will race in eight Olympic sailing events.

ENTRIES / RESULTS / SCHEDULE
Olympic medallists as well as World and Continental Champions have registered to race in Gamagori. Click here to view the entry list in full. Results will be available from 17 October here – http://sailing.org/worldcup/results/index.php

The Men’s and Women’s Windsurfers and Skiff fleets will conclude on Saturday 21 and the Men’s and Women’s One Person and Two Person Dinghies will finish on Saturday 22.
To view the full schedule click here.

SAP SAILING ANALYTICS
Live tracking, sailor analytics, live weather data and racing status will be available on the platform here –https://wcs2018-gamagori.sapsailing.com/

Saturday Medal Races – RS:X, 49er, 49erFX
URL – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QlpiGsJG3TE

We’ve added a few ways to keep up to the regatta via youtube. At the top of the page, we have a playlist with todays racing on top (chronological on the day) followed by the previous day, etc. Here below, we have the videos chronologically from the start of the regatta to the finish. Then below that, we have all the vids in reverse chronological, if you just want to find the most current action.

Chronological Action from the 2018 Europeans

Reverse Chronological Youtube Playlist

Newest Videos First - Find the Most Recent Action

Sailing Instruction Change 6

Schedule Day 6

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Sailing Instruction Change 5

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Sailing Instruction Change 4

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Technical Committee Approved Replacements

Updated Morning Day 3

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Fleets for Finals

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Change to SI - 3

Marks

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Change to SI - 2

Nacra 17 Only

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Standard Penalties

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Updated Sailing Instructions with Changes 1

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SI Changes 1

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Sailing Instructions

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Notice of Race

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Notice To Competitors 1

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Equipment Limitation Form

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Equipment Inspection Schedule

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Support Boat Regulations

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