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10 August 2011

WC 2011 Pictures

Pictures from the 2011 Vaurien World Championship can be found here.

05 August 2011

Vaurien WC 2011 successful at Lake Dümmer

And that’s the final take….

Miroslav and Marosch Barran; WC

Olmo Cerri und Edoardo Meini; Youth-WC

Another great day for sailing that brought us 3 bft westerly winds and constant sunshine comes to an end. After the jury resolved all the protests we had a final result.

Miroslav and Marosch Barran from Slovakia are 2011 Vaurien World Champions. Vice champions are Jaime und Alfonso Leiros from Spain.

Junior World Champions 2011 and at the same time 3rd in the overall ranking are last year’s champions Olmo Cerri and Edoardo Meini from Italy.

On the second place of the Junior rankings is the Italian team Ettore Botticini / Matilde Viello (8th in the total ranking). Third Junior team is Jelle Fokkema / Hymke Veldhuis from the Netherlands (overall 14th).

The best all-ladies team Lucia Llopiz Dominguez and Laura Llopiz Castedo came in on 20th place. Best lady crew member was Silvia Benini who together with her helmsman Vincenzo Sorrentino reached 6th rank.

The masters title (Total age >65, Helm > 40 , Crew > 19)was won by Francesco Zampacavallio / Frabrizio Favro on place 11.

The Vaurien Nations cup was won by Slovakia. The Vaurien European Cup was won by the Spanish crew Ignacio and Maria Campos.

As a special youth incentive prize the Sailmaker Cornels Latsch donated a complete set of Vaurien sails. The recipients are Florian Hyzette und Florent Pastoret from Belgium.

The crew member Giulio Spinnato of the 32nd ranking team received the Middel-Prize a sports watch donated by Watchmaker Dufner from Hüde.

During the awards ceremony each sailor was called forward and received a memory award.

We would like to say “thank you” again for all the sponsors and supporters of this event, especially the Segler Club Dümmer and the Lotto-Sports Foundation of Lower Saxony for making the 2011 Vaurien World Championships possible. At the same time we wish to the hosts of next year’s championships much success and luck with the weather. The French Club in Douarnenez will celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Vaurien. Bonne Chance!

@ and here are the results:

icon Final Results WC Vaurien 2011 at Lake Dümmer

icon Junior Results WC Vaurien 2011

icon WC Vaurien 2011 Ladies Results

icon WC Vaurien 2011 Masters Results

Best wishes to all from the SCL-Team. We wish you a safe trip home and thank you for staying with us here at Lake Dümmer!

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04 August 2011

Celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Vaurien World Championships

According to some eyewitness reports the celebrations lasted until 2:00 in the morning. Everything started with a plentiful pasta buffet and the regular sailors lottery. Then DJane Feelgood played the right songs and the party really took off.

The party’s effects did however not show during today’s races that started to constant westerly winds with 2-3 BFT. Today 4 races were finished each one changing the overall leader. Now everybody is waiting for tomorrow’s first race, the twelfth of the championship, as the second worst result can then be eliminated from the score. Quite a few participants asked for print-outs of the results sheet to calculate the final outcome on the water.

Here are today’s results icon Results Thursday

Miroslav and Marosch Baran from Slovakia are the current leaders with 27 points, followed by the Spanish team Jaime and Alfonso Leiros with 33 points. On third place is the Italian team Olmo Cerri und Edoardo Meini, both born in 1993. The best all ladies crew are Lucia Llopiz Dominges and Laura Llopiz Castedo on rank 21. The best German team is on rank 12 (Peter Lakshmanan und Amelie Burkert)

Tomorrow the forecast is for south-westerly winds around 9 kt. Torsten Dick, the chief race officer will start the first race at 10:00 and possibly finish another 3 races for a total of 14 races.

We will see at tomorrows prize-giving ceremony who best used the remaining races!

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03 August 2011

High Suspense after seven Races

First three ranks only separated by one point!!!

Today three race were completed at lake Dümmer. The Chief Race Officer commented on the sailing: "tricky conditions", signifying moderate but varying winds from the east. Races were stopped after three runs due to an expected thunderstorm. Fortunately it turned out to be only a strong rain shower.

Now after seven races the worst result can be eliminated from the score and the first three ranks are tightly contested. In the lead are Jaime Lerros and Alfonso Leirros from Spain with 17 points, followed by Miroslav and Marosch Barra from Slovakia with 18 points. On the third rank, tied by points but due to the results of the last race are Olmo Cerri and Edoardi Meini. With 28 points even the fourth ranked team Relos and Jelmer Kuiper are not too far away from the leaders. The best German team is Peter Lakshmanan and Amelie Burkert ranked 13th.

For tomorrow constant south westerly winds are forecast, promising further exciting races. Here are todays results icon Results after 7th race; August, 3rd

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02 August 2011

Titleholder after four races in front

Today there were moderate winds and four races could have been sailed. Olmo Cerri an Edoardo Meini from Italy scored with the places 3, 2, 3 and 1 at least with 9 Points in front of Miroslav and Marosch Baran from Slowakia with 21 points. Thirdplaced are Vincenzo Sorrentino and Silvia Benini from Italy with 30 Points.

Tomorrow, Wednesday, Aug. 3rd, the Race Officer Torsten Dick intends to start around 10:00 clock- At the end of the day there will be a first trend because at the mean time there is no outcoming result except of the first place.

Please apologize the bad quality of the scorecard we have to take a picture instead we had a data problem with our race program. icon Race1 to 4 tuesday, Aug. 2nd

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01 August 2011

First sailing day but no wind!

No Wind!

While the sun shines an the weather becomes warmes the wind slows down. But there is hope for today because the weather reports forecasts smooth wind at 8kts form SE.

We wish good look to the sailors and the race commetee.

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