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Entry Eurocup Czech Championship

Next upcoming international event is the Czech Eurocup taking place in Necranice.

There already are a lot of boats on the entry list but there could be a lot more!

The Czechs are looking forward to see you… and to race against you…

Hope to see you there!

Entry link:

http://www.sailing.cz/prihlasit.php?ctl=171618

Results Eurocup Achensee

Awesome landscape and nice winds at this years austrian Eurocup at the Achensee.

With 27 boats at the starting line and 8 races to sail we had a lot of fun.

GER 113 Kilian König and Kai Schäfers took the win with a spare last day after the cocktail party.

Congrats!

We hope to see you again next year and also see some more in this incredible venue in the alps!

Full results:

http://www.sctwv.at/fileadmin/files/regatta/html/99.html

 

Results International German Championship

53 boats found their way to this years german championship taking place at the Röbeler Segler Verein.

7 races were sailed in a wide range of conditions.

GER 88 Kay-Uwe Lüdtke and Kai Schäfers were able to secure a safe win and the title “German champion”

Congratulations!

Full Results:

http://www.roebeler-segler-verein.de/cms/sites/default/files/Endergebnis%20IDM%20FD.pdf

 

Dutch Championship EURO CUP / Italian Championship

The next EURO CUP regatta will be the Dutch Championship in Hoorn, Netherlands from June 23rd to June 25th. Here is the direct entry link. A little bit further south at the same weekend the Italian Championship will be held in Porto San Giorgio. Here is your chance to enter.

MARC GER172

EURO CUP Diessen – Report

In its 56th year, the FD Cup at Lake Ammer even surprised its long-time participants in many ways. For one thing, a total of six of the eight races that were planned did actually take place, and the weather conditions of gleaming sunshine, temperatures in the upper twenties as well as good, fairly consistent wind conditions were also very much enjoyed by all sailing competitors and were felt almost comparable to conditions at Italian resorts.Of the 42 boats registered, and following the traditional welcome of white-sausage and free beer offered on the first day, 40 of them were ultimately present at the starting line for the first two races in light winds. As so often in the preceeding years – and especially regarding the lengths of the tacks – race manager Heinz Peter Nersinger and his team laid out a very harmonious circuit around the lake and thus created good preconditions for a multi-part regatta.

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