Kieler Woche
17. - 25. Juni 2017

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29er Europeans: Eight nations in the top ten

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It was a strange feeling of happiness for the organising director of Kieler Woche Peter Ramcke on Friday. „I would have not bet on this in the morning”, said Ramcke and meant the amazing quantity of 52 races sailed in 14 boat classes. The dead calm in the morning was not as persistent as suspected, so around 800 crews could get on the race course at noon. Especially the J/24, the Folkboat and the Musto Skiff could be satisfied. They could get four races in. And the 29ers now have done seven races in three days of their European Championship.
 
Frithjof Schwert (Berlin/Germany) could be relaxed too. After placements 3, 1, 1, 3 he is leading the strong Musto Skiff fleet: “It went really well. I cannot complain.” Being the current European Champion of his class in the single-handed Skiff, he already showed his excellence, but he is still watching the star of the scene. “I do have a look how Richard Stenhouse is positioning himself.” The British sailor has won the World Championship six times, thus is the favourite of the fleet and currently the strongest rival of Schwerdt, who is showing up at the start line for the second time at this Kieler Woche. He has been starting in the 49er before.

The 180 crews showed up with high ambitions for the Europeans in the 29er. Before the classification of the fleet into the groups Gold, Silver, Bronze and Emerald, the German crews for now have to let the foreign teams with the Swedish team Emil Jaerudd/Fabian Bergmann in the top position take the lead. The best Germans are Ingmar and Hendrik Vieregge (Duesseldorf/Germany) on rank nine. In total crews from eight nations are on the top ten rankings.

For Kiel Week record winner Wolfgang Hunger (Strande/Germany) it is not working out yet. For the start, the 21-times champion has to put up with position 23 sailing the 505 with his crew Julien Kleiner. Jan Saugmann from Denmark, World Champion in 2012, is leading the fleet.

The 420s are an impressive fleet of 160 boats at the start line. The class will be having its World Championship at the Travemuende Week (Germany), so a huge international fleet already travelled to the North of Germany now. For the Spaniard Jose Manual Ruiz the trip seems to be worth it, he is leading the fleet.

Stefan Wiese-Dohse/Susanne Gehrmann (Kellenhusen/Germany) in the Hobie 16 and Moritz Paschen (Potsdam/Germany) in the Laser 4.7 as well as Lena Haverland (Kiel/Germany) in the Laser Radial are the German hopes for a Kieler Woche victory.

In the Contender, the Danish did prove that they have been one of the determining nations in that class for years and are with Jesper Nielsen in the leading position before Christoph Engel from Kiel. With Per Buch in the Folkboat and Bo Petersen in the OK Dinghy, the northern neighbours have further irons in the fire. In the Europe Kristoffer Rosmo from Norway is in the lead. And also the leader in the Formula 18 catamaran, Tim Sandberg, comes from Norway.

In the Flying Dutchman there is a well-known face in the top position. The Hungarians Majthenyi Szabolcs/Andras Domokos already won the Kiel Week between 2009 and 2012 and are now on the course for a further success.

With Mike Ingham from the USA, there is another favourite in the J/24 living up to his role.



Results:
29er EC (7): 1. Emil Järudd / Fabian Bergmann (SWE,(2)2/2/2/1/2/2) Punkte 11; 2. Brice Yrieix / Loic Fischer-Guillov (FRA,1/6/1/1(20)1/2) 12; 3. Jim Colley / Shaun Connor (AUS,6/2/1/3(22)1/4) 17; 4. Juuso Kristian Roihu / Henri Robert Roihu (EST,2(30)2/2/4/3/5) 18; 5. Nil Mas / Oriol Mahiques (ESP,8/2/2/4(9)8/1) 25; 6. Oliver Silen / Victor Silen (FIN,1/1/4/1/10(13)11) 28;


420er (2): 1. Jose Manuel Ruiz / Fernando Davila Ponce De Leon (ESP,1/1) Punkte 2; 2. Maor Abu / Yoav Rooz (IRS,1/2) 3; 3. Yven Charlotte / Marine Riou (FRA,1/5) 6; 4. Swann Hayewski / Alexis Thomas (FRA,6/3) 9; 5. Henry Peters / Samuel Lambert (Hamburg,3/6) 9; 6. Kimberly Lim / Savannah Siew (SIN,6/4) 10;

505er (1): 1. Jan Saugmann / Jakob Karbo (DEN,1) Punkte 1; 2. Jan-philipp Hofmann / Felix Brockerhoff (Langenfeld,2) 2; 3. Tina Plattner / Mike Martin (Schriesheim,3) 3; 4. Peter Nicholas / Luke Payne (AUS,4) 4; 5. Philippe Boite / Grossmann Erwan (FRA,5) 5; 6. Cédric Bart / Laurent Grob (SUI,6) 6;

Contender (3): 1. Jesper Nielsen (DEN,3/6/1) Punkte 10; 2. Christoph Engel (Hamburg,5/3/2) 10; 3. Søren Dulong Andreasen (DEN,2/5/3) 10; 4. Joachim Harpprecht (Molfsee,4/1/6) 11; 5. Volker Niediek (Braunschweig,1/16/5) 22; 6. Max Billerbeck (Bokholt-Hanredder,8/10/4) 22;

Europe (2): 1. Kristoffer Rosmo (NOR,1/1) Punkte 2; 2. Anna Munch (DEN,3/2) 5; 3. Lars Johan Brodtkorb (NOR,6/3) 9; 4. Janika Puls (Ratzeburg,7/4) 11; 5. Anna Livbjerg (DEN,4/7) 11; 6. Gustav Wantzin (DEN,2/10) 12;

Flying Dutchman (2): 1. Szabolcs Majthényi / András Domokos (HUN,1/2) Punkte 3; 2. Jørgen Bojsen-Møller / Jacob Bojsen-Møller (DEN,3/3) 6; 3. Kilian König / Johannes Brack (Waldeck,4/4) 8; 4. Dirk Bogumil / Michael Lisken (Berlin,10/1) 11; 5. Kay-Uwe Lüdtke / Kai Schäfers (Stechlin,2/12) 14; 6. David Thiemann / Mathias Haase (Wunstorf,5/10) 15;

Folkeboote (4): 1. Per Buch / Hans Schultz, Tobias Forman (DEN,2/2/2/5) Punkte 11; 2. Ulf Kipcke / Dieter Kipcke, Gero Martens (Neumünster,8/1/3/1) 13; 3. Sönke Durst / Karsten Butze Bredt, Lukas Brüning (Strande,3/7/4/4) 18; 4. Rainer Hasselmann / Jochen Bobbert, Gernot Meyer (Essen,4/5/7/3) 19; 5. Walther Furthmannn / Hans Christian Mrowka, Paul Girolstein (Kiel,10/6/6/8) 30; 6. Thomas Müller / Udo Pflüger, Mario Wagner (Hamburg,1/17/12/2) 32;

Formula 18 (2): 1. Tim Sandberg / Joergen Beyer Stroemquist (NOR,5/1) Punkte 6; 2. Sven Lindstädt (Norderstedt,3/3) 6; 3. Mikko Räisänen / Oliver Hartas (FIN,4/5) 9; 4. Jörg Gosche / Hannes Pegel (Bremen,1/9) 10; 5. Andreas Behem / Theo Boltzen (Hamburg,7/6) 13; 6. Helge Sach / Christian Sach (Zarnekau,2/12) 14;

Hobie 16 (2): 1. Lauritz Bockelmann / Kim Liedtke (Faßberg OT Poitzen,3/1) Punkte 4; 2. Tom Schreyack / Marlon Paul Wollschläger (Hoisdorf,1/3) 4; 3. Knud Jansen / Rolf Neu (Kiel,4/4) 8; 4. Horst Miera / Otte Julia (Hamburg,7/2) 9; 5. Ingo Delius / Sabine Delius-wenig (Bielefeld,2/10) 12; 6. Christian Diederich / Anke Delius (Bordesholm,5/7) 12;

J/24 (4): 1. Mike Ingham / Marianne Schoke, Max Holzer, Scott Ikle, Klaus Walkusch (USA,6/11/2/2) Punkte 21; 2. Tobias Feuerherdt / Jan-Marc Ulrich, Wolle Panuschka, Tobias Peters, Justus Kellner (Kiel,3/19/1/5) 28; 3. Johann Huhn / Jannik Ochen, Fabian Damm, Jonas Lyssenski, Hendrik Preuß (Hamburg,1/15/8/8) 32; 4. Per-Håkan Persson / Hans Thulin, Monica Persson, Anders Thulin, Hetti Weir (SWE,4/9/11/12) 36; 5. Manfred König / Olaf Schmidt, Nils Glockow, Michael Peters, Christina Christina (Hamburg,9/5/15/13) 42; 6. Jan Kähler / Olaf Zietz, Roland Böhm, Ole Harder (Hamburg,16/2/9/16) 43;

Laser 4.7 (2): 1. Moritz Paschen (Stahnsdorf,1/3) Punkte 4; 2. Nico Steenbuck (Lengede,4/1) 5; 3. Anna Skaar (NOR,2/5) 7; 4. Alexander Dahl Hogheim (NOR,9/4) 13; 5. Mads Severin Hassum-Olsen (NOR,8/10) 18; 6. Jasper Janik Paulsen (Dänischenhagen,12/8) 20;

Laser Radial open (2): 1. Lena Haverland (Kiel,1/6) Punkte 7; 2. Anna Pohlak (EST,6/2) 8; 3. Vejas Pajarskas (LUT,5/4) 9; 4. Viktorija Andrulyte (LUT,10/1) 11; 5. Karolis Janulionis (LUT,11/3) 14; 6. Pia Kuhlmann (Wunstorf,3/12) 15;

Musto Performance Skiff (4): 1. Frithjof Schwerdt (Kiel,3/1/1/3) Punkte 8; 2. Richard Stenhouse (GBR,2/5/5/4) 16; 3. Alastair Conn (GBR,6/2/7/2) 17; 4. Ben Schooling (GBR,1/7/6/9) 23; 5. Iver Ahlmann (Büdelsdorf,4/12/8/1) 25; 6. Nicolas Duchoud (SUI,5/9/2/10) 26;

OK-Jolle (3): 1. Bo Petersen (DEN,1/1/1) Punkte 3; 2. Greg Wilcox (Potsdam,6/2/2) 10; 3. Jörgen Lindhardtsen (DEN,2/9/6) 17; 4. André Budzien (Schwerin,14/3/3) 20; 5. Andreas Pich (Lübeck,8/10/4) 22; 6. Gunter Arndt (Flensburg,4/12/8) 24;

Jesper Nielsen und Sören Dulong Andreasen, Contender class - Photo: Kieler Woche / www.segel-bilder.de

Richard Stenhouse, Musto Skiff
Photo: Kieler Woche / OKpress

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