Kategoriarkiv: Internationellt

Stellan vann VM i Gävle

Stellan van för elfte gången VM i 2.4mR, vad ska vi göra för att slå honom? Tvåa kom Megan Pascoe och trea seglade Marko Dahlberg in.

På topp tio var det en jämn blandning av nationer och det är kul. För svensk del så kom Lecke fyra och Henrik sexa samt på referatskrivarplats kom Hasse. Ska bli kul att läsa hans referat.


Gefle Segelsällskap genomförde ett väldigt bra arrangemang, både på land och vatten. Seglingsledningen la perfekta banor trots att vinden ofta försökte att spela oss ett spratt. Tack alla som arbetade för att göra detta till ett så lyckat arrangemang.

Bilder från regattan finns på http://www.wc24mr.com/visabild.php

Meddelande från Internationella 2.4mR Förbundet

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Hi All fellow 2.4mR Sailors

Another year is soon to pass giving new prospects for us in 2018. It seems appropriate to take stock of where we are currently and to remember the good things in the last twelve months.
The highlight of this year must be the excellent Worlds in Sneek worked for by the enthusiastic Dutch team to give us a memorable week’s sailing with all wind and water conditions on offer including the latest ever evening Worlds race. Well done to all involved and to the sailors especially the worthy new World Champion. At the same time none of that week would have been so well handled had we not had the enthusiasm and skill of the race officer, Beer van Arem, and everyone who knew him were shocked to hear of his untimely death. A great loss for sailing and our class.

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Fellow 2.4 sailors

The 2017 Worlds at Sneek in the Netherlands is a week behind us now. Great memories of the championship both on and off the water remain and we should make note and thank the Dutch NCA and the Royal Yacht Club Sneek for all their hard work before and during the week to give us a wonderful time both with very professionally run racing but an equally good social program. Conditions were very testing for the sailors and the race committee with conditions varying between extreme winds and difficult seas on the first day, races on one day finishing at around 2200 hours, and calm conditions on the final day precluding racing. The final split of sailors into a gold and silver fleet, was to some extent affected by the first days conditions, but the quality of racing in both fleets was of a very high standard and the class should be very proud of this level of competition. No doubt a review of the week by the elected committees will ensure a high standard is maintained at future events.