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As reported last month on Afloat. We want to put the sport of sailing — and with it the historical foundation of Kieler Woche — into the centre of attention as a al. And we want to see what we can offer the people of Kiel beyond that. As for the sailing programme, Kieler Yacht-Club and the co-organising clubs have agreed to offer a platform for the boat classes that have contributed the most to the success of Kieler Woche in recent years.

Flexibility and new ideas are needed now. All planning — for example, with regard to the of participants — is co-ordinated with the Covid restrictions currently in force in Germany until August. In addition, the event area in Schilksee will be geared purely to sailing and not to visitors.

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And whatever cultural events around Kiel Week deemed possible will be planned over the coming months and adapted according to the current situation, organisers say. Now more than ever, we are committed to building on this unfortunate turn of events for a phenomenal event.

In the next few days, organiser Dirk Ramhorst says, the focus will be on informing participants and classes of preparations for the move to the new dates of September, and the possibility of adapting the programme to new requirements. KielWeek - Irish high performance and pathway sailors had a strong showing at Kiel Week in Germany, with Finn Lynch just missing out on the Laser medal race at 13th overall, while Liam Glynn 38th made the Gold fleet.

In the Laser Radial, meanwhile, Aisling Keller 21st and Aoife Hopkins 23rd will be boosted by their performance as the weeks tick down towards the all-important Sailing World Championships, where a quarter all all Olympics spots in Tokyo are up for grabs. The Irish juniors kieler nixen psoting top in 29er and dinghies. Although only competing for a short kieler nixen in the 29er skiff dinghy, former Oppy sailors Johnny and Harry Durcan from Royal Cork Yacht Club RCYC have made Gold fleet after a run of top 10 and going into the last day of sailing are lying 14th overall in a fleet of 84 boats.

here. This result was another first for the girls as medal races are reserved only for the top 10 boats kieler nixen a regatta. They got off to a solid start in the 13 — 17 knot north-westerly finishing 4th in Medal Race 1. They followed this with a 9th and then pulled out a final 5th place to give them seventh overall in the 33—boat fleet. Replicating the performance of their female counterparts, the ISAF World Cup Silver medallists from Hyeres remained consistently kieler nixen the top 10 progressing to today's medal races.

A 10, 10, 9 put them out of reach of the podium and they finished the event in tenth overall, another solid achievement. This will be the final regatta, and final practice run, before the peak event of the season; the combined World Championships and Rio Olympic Qualifier in Spain this September. Scoring a 10th today and dropping a 13th discarded after 5 races Brewster and Tidey now lie eighth overall in the Eurosaf Cup event, 20—points off the overall lead.

Download below as a pdf file. This will be the first medal race we have ever qualified for' Brewster wrote on Facebook tonight. The girls medal race starts at 10am on Friday and, according to organisers is to be broadcast live HERE. A month ago, the Royal Irish pair were forced to withdraw from the Eurosaf regatta on Lake Garda when crew Tidey was injured in a high speed capsize.

Thankfully, this injury appears to be completely behind them, with this week's performance in breeze a heartening result for the Dublin Bay campaign. Also in Kiel this week are top placed Italian and Dutch crews to reinforce the point that although Kiel may not be part of ISAF's world cup circuit it can still produce a hotly contested womens skiff event.

See above vid. More than 4, sailors from more than 50 nations with boats are racing off Schilksee from 21 to 29 June at the nd Kieler Woche, and they are fighting for titles and medals in 42 Olympic, paralympic, international and offshore classes. At the fourth day of Kieler Woche after three days of strong winds, there was only a light breeze on the outer fjord in Kiel.

But that did not really make life of the race directors and sailors easier, since the crews proceeded on their courses at kieler nixen snail's pace - too slow to get a complete race program done. On Wednesday there will be the finals of the Olympic classes sailed on short legs and three courses.

Heiko Kroger, GER, 4 points 2. Barend Kol, NED, 9 3. Helena Lucas, GBR, Sonar: 5 1.

Nacra 6 1. Finn: 5 1. Bjorn Allansson, SWE, 16 2. Giorgio Poggi, ITA, 16 3. Tomas Vika, CZE, Laser Standard: 9 1. Philipp Buhl, GER, 29 2. Tobias Schadewaldt, GER, Laser Radial: 4 1.

Lisa Fasselt, GER, 10 2. Tatiana Drozdovskaya, BLR, 10 3. Pauline Liebig, GER, Melges 7 1. Platu 7 1. SB 7 1. Albin Express: 7 1. Kieler nixen Northern Irish 49er pairing have finished the qualifying rounds of the 16—race event that continues this week. There are shots of the Ballyholme duo in the above vid.

Team mates Tiffany Brien and Saskia Tidey in the new women's Skiff are 12th from 15 starters in the 49erfx after eight races sailed so far. The fleet is largely diminished from the boat monster entry at the Europeans, with just 22 Stars showing for Kieler Woche. Two Irish boats are fighting it out in the Star class, with Ryan Seaton and Matt McGovern sitting in a very respectable 16th from 59 after seven races.

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