2023 European Championship

Start Date

2023-11-08

End Date

2023-11-13

Location

Vilamoura, Portugal

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# Sail Number Skipper name Crew name Team Name
1AUS 28Jake LIDDELLLucy COPELANDJake LIDDELL
2AUS 5Brin LIDDELLRhiannan BROWNBrin LIDDELL
3AUS 589Ruben BOOTHRita BOOTHRuben BOOTH
4AUT 97Laura FARESEMatthäus ZÖCHLINGLaura FARESE
5AUT 33Lukas HABERLTanja FRANKLukas HABERL
6BEL 465Kwinten BORGHIJSLieselotte BORGHIJSKwinten BORGHIJS
7BEL 340Lucas CLAEYSSENSJanne RAVELINGIENLucas CLAEYSSENS
8BEL 453Arthur de JONGHEMira VANROOSEArthur DE JONGHE
9BRA 64Joao SIEMSENMarina ARNDTJoao SIEMSEN
10DEN 31Natacha Violet SAOUMA-PEDERSENMathias BRUUN BORRESKOVNatacha Violet SAOUMA-PEDERSEN
11FIN 13Sinem KURTBAYAkseli KESKINENSinem KURTBAY
12FRA 51Tim MOURNIACAloise RETORNAZTim MOURNIAC
13FRA 572Thomas PROUSTEloise CLABONTHOMAS PROUST
14FRA 485Margaux BILLYNoah CHAUVINMargaux BILLY
15FRA 483Clément MARTINEAUAdélie BERTINclément MARTINEAU
16FRA 390Matteo CHABOUDCamille RIGAUDMatteo CHABOUD
17FRA 571Billy BESSONNoa ANCIANBilly BESSON
18GBR 21John GIMSONAnna BURNETJohn GIMSON
19GBR 438Theo WILLIAMSJasmine WILLIAMSTheo WILLIAMS
20GER 77Paul KOHLHOFFAlica STUHLEMMERPaul KOHLHOFF
21ITA 98Gianluigi UGOLINIMaria GIUBILEIGianluigi UGOLINI
22ITA 363Arto HIRSCHGiulia FAVAArto HIRSCH
23ITA 26Ruggero TITACaterina BANTIRuggero TITA
24JPN 536Shibuki IITSUKAOura NISHIDA CAPIGLIAShibuki IITSUKA
25NED 505Laila van der MEERBjarne BOUWERLaila VAN DER MEER
26NED 344Bart KOOIJMAN BEUKJella-Rike SPIJKERVETBart KOOIJMAN BEUK
27NED 516Willemijn OFFERMANScipio HOUTMANWillemijn OFFERMAN
28NED 393Puck van der VEENWouter ROOIJENPuck VAN DER VEEN
29NZL 96Micah WILKINSONErica DAWSONMicah WILKINSON
30POL 386Aleksander MICHALSKIKarolina ŻUREKAleksander MICHALSKI
31SGP 52Justin LIUDenise LIMJustin LIU
32SUI 478Axel GRANDJEANNoémie FEHLMANNAxel GRANDJEAN
33SUI 370Andrea ASCHIERIAnja CAMUSSOAndrea ASCHIERI
34SWE 61Ida SVENSSONMarcus DACKHAMMARIda SVENSSON
35SWE 14Emil JÄRUDDKlara JOHANSSONEmil JÄRUDD
36TUR 451Alican KAYNARBeste KAYNAKCIAlican KAYNAR
37USA 34Carson CRAINLindsay GIMPLECarson CRAIN
38USA 50Sarah NEWBERRY MOOREDavid LIEBENBERGSarah NEWBERRY MOORE
PosSail NumberTeamNet ScoreQ1Q2Q3Q4Q5Q6Q7Q8Q9Q10Q11Q12Q13Q14Q15Q16Q17Total
1
GBR 21
John GIMSON
Anna BURNET
41.01.013.02.01.09.08.01.014.01.01.02.01.01.055.0
2
ITA 26
Ruggero TITA
Caterina BANTI
49.06.09.03.06.01.01.06.01.04.08.03.02.08.058.0
3
ITA 98
Gianluigi UGOLINI
Maria GIUBILEI
52.02.04.01.07.03.02.02.06.02.014.06.04.013.066.0
4
AUT 33
Lukas HABERL
Tanja FRANK
91.04.011.010.010.07.03.018.017.05.02.010.03.09.0109.0
5
NZL 96
Micah WILKINSON
Erica DAWSON
118.010.08.05.05.015.012.010.010.019.015.04.05.028.0146.0
6
GER 77
Paul KOHLHOFF
Alica STUHLEMMER
122.014.02.06.03.02.018.015.03.06.011.028.015.027.0150.0
7
FIN 13
Sinem KURTBAY
Akseli KESKINEN
126.017.05.04.08.011.013.011.016.03.06.026.031.06.0157.0
8
FRA 51
Tim MOURNIAC
Aloise RETORNAZ
141.021.06.011.04.06.022.031.02.08.026.01.017.017.0172.0
9
FRA 571
Billy BESSON
Noa ANCIAN
147.015.016.014.022.019.014.03.08.026.03.023.06.04.0173.0
10
NED 505
Laila van der MEER
Bjarne BOUWER
150.012.01.08.02.021.027.039.05.012.025.013.014.010.0189.0
11
AUS 5
Brin LIDDELL
Rhiannan BROWN
165.019.024.013.012.04.07.04.030.022.012.035.011.07.0200.0
12
NED 516
Willemijn OFFERMAN
Scipio HOUTMAN
175.032.032.015.014.028.04.08.04.09.023.014.09.015.0207.0
13
DEN 31
Natacha Violet SAOUMA-PEDERSEN
Mathias BRUUN BORRESKOV
178.025.018.016.013.05.05.013.012.011.024.027.018.018.0205.0
14
AUT 97
Laura FARESE
Matthäus ZÖCHLING
184.011.012.07.017.026.015.027.011.07.018.09.024.029.0213.0
15
SGP 52
Justin LIU
Denise LIM
186.08.017.020.033.024.06.017.09.021.021.016.013.014.0219.0
16
JPN 536
Shibuki IITSUKA
Oura NISHIDA CAPIGLIA
187.018.07.022.019.013.010.019.039.025.07.011.020.016.0226.0
17
AUS 28
Jake LIDDELL
Lucy COPELAND
191.026.010.017.015.012.037.012.022.024.05.08.021.019.0228.0
18
BRA 64
Joao SIEMSEN
Marina ARNDT
203.024.015.012.011.018.019.021.015.015.031.07.023.023.0234.0
19
SUI 370
Andrea ASCHIERI
Anja CAMUSSO
218.05.036.025.028.017.026.07.020.031.019.015.022.03.0254.0
20
SWE 14
Emil JÄRUDD
Klara JOHANSSON
223.023.019.031.027.016.017.022.013.020.017.032.016.02.0255.0
21
USA 50
Sarah NEWBERRY MOORE
David LIEBENBERG
234.07.022.023.029.010.016.030.021.016.032.018.010.039.0273.0
22
AUS 589
Ruben BOOTH
Rita BOOTH
244.03.035.019.026.029.011.016.029.010.027.025.019.030.0279.0
23
ITA 363
Arto HIRSCH
Giulia FAVA
257.020.028.024.032.022.024.028.034.018.016.05.08.032.0291.0
24
FRA 485
Margaux BILLY
Noah CHAUVIN
268.030.021.021.018.023.025.035.027.013.010.021.025.034.0303.0
25
FRA 572
Thomas PROUST
Eloise CLABON
270.033.029.028.016.014.020.024.023.027.029.020.028.012.0303.0
26
BEL 340
Lucas CLAEYSSENS
Janne RAVELINGIEN
272.013.014.030.021.027.021.034.026.029.09.030.026.026.0306.0
27
TUR 451
Alican KAYNAR
Beste KAYNAKCI
273.028.026.029.023.025.029.05.018.014.020.039.034.022.0312.0
28
SWE 61
Ida SVENSSON
Marcus DACKHAMMAR
274.016.03.09.09.08.09.033.031.039.039.039.039.039.0313.0
29
NED 393
Puck van der VEEN
Wouter ROOIJEN
276.09.023.027.030.039.032.026.07.032.034.022.029.05.0315.0
30
GBR 438
Theo WILLIAMS
Jasmine WILLIAMS
281.031.033.018.020.034.023.029.028.017.028.031.012.011.0315.0
31
FRA 390
Matteo CHABOUD
Camille RIGAUD
322.034.037.037.024.031.033.014.025.035.04.034.030.021.0359.0
32
USA 34
Carson CRAIN
Lindsay GIMPLE
322.027.030.035.025.032.031.025.032.030.022.012.032.024.0357.0
33
SUI 478
Axel GRANDJEAN
Noémie FEHLMANN
332.035.031.036.031.020.028.09.033.036.035.019.035.020.0368.0
34
NED 344
Bart KOOIJMAN BEUK
Jella-Rike SPIJKERVET
337.022.025.032.036.033.036.020.024.033.030.024.033.025.0373.0
35
FRA 483
Clément MARTINEAU
Adélie BERTIN
343.036.034.034.035.030.030.032.035.028.013.029.07.039.0382.0
36
BEL 465
Kwinten BORGHIJS
Lieselotte BORGHIJS
353.029.020.026.039.035.035.023.036.023.033.033.027.033.0392.0
37
BEL 453
Arthur de JONGHE
Mira VANROOSE
387.037.027.033.034.039.039.039.019.034.036.017.037.035.0426.0
38
POL 386
Aleksander MICHALSKI
Karolina ŻUREK
433.038.038.038.037.036.034.036.037.037.037.036.036.031.0471.0
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It’s a lot easier to wait around when you’re in the lead,” said Anna Burnet on shore as she watched the 49ers in their medal race sitting motionless in the sunset. Moments later, the horn blew, the Nacra medal race was canceled and her and John Gimson became the European champions. With a decisive 1,2,1,1 […]

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Two hours of waiting were worth it for Gianluigi Ugolini and Maria Giubilei who solidified their lead on the fleet by eight points with a 6,2. An unceremonious swim for Briton John Gimson and charging world champions combined to drop he and Anna Burnet to third place behind Italians Ruggero Tita and Caterina Banti. Tita […]

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Modern, lively and sophisticated, Vilamoura has developed around its marina, and is today one of the largest leisure resorts in Europe.

The town is built around a tourist resort begun in the 1970s. But the Romans already knew the area, as is clear from the ruins of Cerro da Vila, preserved in the museum of the same name, beside the access road to Falésia Beach. Excellent hotels and tourist villages, and golf courses of international repute offer a complete package for those looking to spend some relaxing days by the sea. The marina, the largest in the country with 1300 berths, is the main hub of entertainment, not only for those who arrive by boat, but for everyone spending a holiday in the area and who come here in the late afternoon or evening to enjoy an ice cream or dinner. It’s also the right place for shopping, with a wide range from local craft stores to the most prestigious international brands. As for the nightlife, there are many bars and clubs with the best DJs and the Vilamoura Casino promises to really get the adrenaline running.  There are countless activities to do during the day. Tennis, horse riding, sailing, windsurfing, jet skiing, parasailing, boat trips, fishing, the range is so huge you’ll be spoilt for choice. The warm waters and golden sands are a stone’s throw away. From the pontoon east from the Marina, the sands of Vilamoura Beach extend to Quarteira; and to the west is Falésia Beach, which stretches for miles, only finishing at Olhos de Água, so there’s plenty of space to lay out your towel and sunbathe on the beach. Safety conditions are the best, and there are many amusements for a few perfect days at the

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As this is a common regatta with the 49er, only Nacra specific equipment items will be displayed here. The common documents will reside at the 49er.org notice board, so there is no need to duplicate posting. Link to the official notice board.

 

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