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From the editors

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3 Editorial 4 Interview with Jørgen and Jacob Bojsen-Møller 6 Results from January to August 2007 17 Dr. Gizmo’s physics chat corner 22 ‘Measurements thoughts’ by John Best 23 North Garda Trophy 24-26 August Westeinder 20 & 21 April 2007 24 Harken sponsorship letter 24 FD shop 26 Minutes Annual General Committee Meeting 2007 28 ‘The story of “Ask her out”’ by Luca Ungaro 30 IFDCO information 32 List of contact adresses

You have just received the new FD Bulletin. We hope you will appreciate it the same way as you did the last one. You gave us lots of very positive reactions on the first Bulletin made by the new editors. Thank you for all reactions, it’s very inspiring to continue working in a good mood!

In this new issue you will find a lot of readable stuff, e.g. an interview about the Worlds in Spain and a brand new item: a technical “chatcorner” initialized by the famous Dr.Gizmo who will do his best to give some thoughts and insights on matters which have had our interest for a long time. Naturally some reports, results and statistics were also sent in. We hope you will enjoy all this.

We did change the lay-out of this issue just a little to give the Bulletin some more charm. This may be important when you hand over a copy to your fellow sailors or clubmembers. Let them share the timeless elegance of our beautiful boat! Please do continue to give us your feedback; send your comments, articles and -especially- reports to: FDbulletin@gmail.com. Keep on sailing, Warm Regards, Sjors Riemslag Casper Schaaf Louk Nelissen

Colofon Issue: Year 55, nr. 153. People who cooperated to this issue: Alberto Barenghi, Jørgen and Jakob Bojsen-Møller, Dr. Gizmo, John Best, Luca and Marco Ungaro, Fred Schaaf (pictures), Kai Schäfers (pictures). Layout and printing Sportservice Noord-Holland B.V. Advertisements BM Sails, North Sails, CST Composites, TEB Sail, Yachtservice Bogumil, Harken Sailing Wear Editors Sjors Riemslag, Casper Schaaf, Louk Nelissen Editing office Elandsstraat 127 1, 1016 RZ Amsterdam

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Jørgen and Jacob Bojsen-Møller Jørgen and Jacob Bojsen-Møller granted us an interview on the 4th racing day at the world championships in Spain. Right after they had consolidated their 6th world title on the very same day. S: How did you train in the olympic times? Did you sail full time or did you have a job on the side?

S: First of all I would like to congratulate you on today. I believe after today the race for the title is over? Jørgen: Thank you very much, yes it is over now, it was over before the last race today. We were 2e in the first race and that was enough. S: I bellieve you were olympic champion in 1988? What was that like? With whom were you sailing then? Jørgen: Well, I started sailing with Jacob until 1985. Then I started with Christian Grönborg and we sailed until the olympics in 1988. After that I sailed with my nephew Jens Bojsen-Möller in Barcelona 1992. After that I sailed with my brother again. S: And you’ve been World Champions after that manay times? Jørgen: This is number six, yes.

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Jørgen: Upto the first time in 1980 we sailed all the time. I was a student back then and we sailed almost every day. I finished my my study in 1982 and after 1984 we began sailing full time. A lot of time we spent working on the boat and the mast. There were of course days with too much wind or too little, but we sailed the rest of the days. Upto the 1988 games I had my job, but I would start early in the morning so I could go early and sail the rest of the day. The last two and a half months we sailed full time in preparation for the games. There were a few foreign teams that would come and train with us in Denmark. We knew that the ’88 games would be in very big waves so we found a place north of Kopenhagen where the conditions were alike. S: Who were your strongest opponents in those days? Jørgen: The competition was very high. The problem in that time was that there were so many great sailors and only three medals. A lot of good sailors would not get a medal. And upto the ’88 games there was no way of knowing who would win. The teams from New Zealand and France were very strong in heavy winds. In light winds there were Doreste from Spain and Batzil from Germany. S: Did you have a lot of media attention back then? Jørgen : Well yes, there were just two gold medalists for Denmark in 1988, one in bicycling and one in sailing, so yeah, we were a bit famous back then. Some of the sailing was

shown on television, they didn’t show the whole race but there was a summary. S: You’ve also been sailing the 5o5 together. Are you still doing that? Jørgen: Yes, we’ve started a little in the 5o5 again, so we are now competing in two classes where we barely have time to sail in one class. So we are very busy with that at the moment. S: Would you say that the 5o5 is a lot like the Flying Dutchman? Jacob: It is different, the 5o5 feels different down wind. It’s a lighter boat with a bigger spinnaker which means you can go faster down wind. As soon as there is some wind you can go reaching down wind with the crew in the trapeze. Where as with the FD you would go straight for the mark. So you can go jibing down, which is great fun really. In the FD we only start jibing down when the wind gets up to 7 or 8 m/s or so. C: In the 5o5 do you sail at the same level as you do in the FD? Jørgen: No, well we won the Europeans last year and we have just won the Danish nationals. But there are many good teams competing in the 5o5 worldwide. I think there are more good teams sailing in the 5o5 then there are in the FD. The top level is probably the same, but when you become 15th in the 5o5 there are still a few great teams behind you. The 5o5 is also a bigger class, we sailed one Worlds with 170 competing boats which is crowded for one start. For that they used a gate-start but still a that’s a lot of boats coming to the first mark. S: Did you make your sails especially for this regatta? Jacob: Yes, for this regatta we made a more powerfull spinnaker because we thought there would be much wind here. The more powerfull spinnaker you have, the lower you can sail on the down wind course so we


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planned to do that. We planned to go fast and low, but here we got the opposite. Instead we have had low winds and very tight reaches. Luckily our spinnaker likes that also. S: What do you feel is your best result since the olympics? Jacob: The World Championships in Denmark were great, allthough the level of sailing was very high we managed to win 5 out of 6 races. But also this years Championships we are very happy with. There are a few new strong boats from Spain here and we’re also getting older so I think we should be happy to still be able to win. And allthough it’s the 6th time, we still feel that we’re being challanged to sail at our best. We had to be focussed all the time and the competition here at Mar Menor was very high. S: There are a lot of factors that make a great sailor. What factors do you feel give you the edge over other FD sailors? Jørgen: I think that our boat speed is good all the time. And that makes tackticks a lot easier. When you’re lacking speed you are always covered and you can never do what you want. Then you must always wait for a good spot to tack. So I think that speed is an important factor for us. Jacob: Here we made a lot of careful starts. And when you have enough speed you can still come out ahead of the mass. At the Europeans in Austria last year we had an OCS which cost us the title. Here we have been very conservative in the rest of our tackticks. We tried not to go all the way to the right or the left keeping our options open. Most of the time we went to the right but not all the way.

materials, such as the mast, the boom etc. Jacob: I think that the most important thing is how the sails are working. When we are sailing, we go through lots of differant combinations. We are very quick to trim the boat, so if we go slow we will trim the sails again. I think we are quick to solve the problems, if there are any. Jørgen: Of all materials the rig is the most important. The mast and the sails are much more important than the hull, I think. All hulls are quite similar. And I’m sure we have a good hull, I’m sure Mader did a good job in building our boat. We have had a lot of boats made by Mader, and I think this one is very fast, but more difference can be made in the mast and sails. S: During the race, do you have a lot of discussion on board? Jørgen: Yes, the crew is more able to look around, while the helmsman has to go for maximum speed. So the crew tells what is happening, and then we discuss what to do. The crew can see what is happening, but the helmsman can also feel when the wind is lifting. So we decide together what to do next. We don’t talk much about manouvres. We have done them so many times that we don’t need to discuss them any more. S: Do you constantly look at your tell tales? Jørgen: Yes I look at the tell tale in the genoa. I never look at the tell tales in the back of the main sail. To trim the mainsail, we just look at the shape. The top tell tale should be curling for most of the time, but to be honest I never look at it. S: Do you always use your traveler?

S: When you’re ahead of the field do you anticipate your tacs on other teams? Jacob: No, we play our own compass and we use our own tackticks. Of course we’re looking at other teams to see what the wind is doing. We keep an eye on other teams to see in which direction they are going and how fast they are going.

Jorgen: Yes, the traveler should always be placed windward, and then the boom is pulled down by the boom vang. That way, the main sheet only controls the boom going in and out while the shape of the sail stays the same. In strong winds we have a lot of tention in the boom boom vang. This bends the mast and flattens the main sail.

S: To achief great boatspeed, what would you say is most important? The sails or the other

C: Did you decide to sail FD yourselfs, or did the Olympic committee of Denmark ask you?

Jørgen: Well, we won the European championships in the 5o5. After that they asked us to start in the FD to sail at the olympics in 1980. They even gave us a boat to sail in, and, of course, when you are young you want to go to the olympics. S: Are the sails you use the same sails that you make for other FD sailors? Jacob: Yes, it’s the same sails. Except for the spinaker we used here in Spain, we use the same sails we sell to other sailors. Actually, the main sail is one that was shipped to Holland. Something had gone wrong with the package, so it came back to us. When it came out of the box it was to furled to be sold, so we started sailing with it ourselfs. S: Do you have a lot of contact with other FD sailors? Jabob: Yes, worldwide contacts in the class have always been great. We have known most of these people for many years now. The last years we have also had a lot of contact with the Hungarian team HUN 70. They come to Denmark maybe two times a year That started after the Worlds in Warnemunde. We started sailing together to develop the carbon rig we now use. C: Do you have any magic advice for young FD sailors on how to become as great as you are? Jacob: Hours on the water. Jørgen: Yeah, I think there’s something magic about spending a lot of time on the water. In some way it helps. Even when you come back from a day of sailing, and you think you haven’t learned anything. We have done a lot of practicing by ourselfs. When you are alone, you cannot know wether you’re going fast or not. But you get a lot of feel for the boat. And when you make marks to round, you can learn a lot about handling. You shouldn’t just go sail. You have to make a plan on what to practice today and then do that. That helps for sure.

Australian Championships - Manly

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Queensland - Australia, December 29 / January 5 2006/2007 pos.Helmsman Wind Bft 1 Norman Rydge 2 Ian McCrossin 3 Matthew Chew 4 Bradley Ginnivan 5 Peter Bartels 6 Alistair McCowan 7 Douglas Parker 8 Craig Ginnivan 9 Ian Ruff 10 Duncan McCowan 11 Michael McCowan

Crew

Sail No.

Roddy Johnson James Cook Doug Rawson-Harris James Maskiel Charles Hawes Andrew McCowan Victor Budantsev Mark Teasdale Daryl Roos Simon McCowan Angus McCowan

AUS 37 AUS 33 AUS 337 AUS 31 AUS 21 AUS 001 AUS 123 AUS 342 AUS 371 AUS 34 AUS 338

R1 4 1 2 3 -4 5 -9 6 8 7 -10 11

R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 3 4 4 4 5 3 (dnf) 1 1 4 2 2 2 -4 3 1 3 3 -9 1 4 1 4 3 2 9 5 (dnf) 2 6 7 4 5 6 8 6 7 7 -8 5 5 8 (dnf) 5 7 8 6 6 7 (dnf) 10 10 8 10 9 11 9 9 (dnf) dnc

R7 4 1 3 4 2 5 6 6.5 dnf dnc 7 dnc

Total 11 14 15 16 32 36 37.5 45 46 54 64

XXXIII Navidades Náuticas - Benidorm - Spain, January 20/21 2007 pos.Helmsman Crew 1 Francisco Martines Arturo Manchado 2 Dolores Sanchez HerreroJuan Pablo de Diego 3 Gines Romero Alvaro Moreno Egea 4 Juan Montoya Martinez Javier Higuera Arguelles 5 Marcos Sevila Roberto Sevila

sail nr. ESP 81 ESP 69 ESP 6 ESP 17 ESP 18

R1 1 2 3 4 5

R2 1 2 3 4 5

Total 2 4 6 8 10

South African National Championship - Pretoria - South Africa, January 27/28 2007 pos.Helmsman Wind Bft 1 Nigel Trevarthen 2 Dirk vd Fecht 3 Tony Amer 4 Ana le Roux 5 Willem Stevens 6 Klaus Schuttler 7 Stephan Martinussen 8 Justin Templeton

Crew

sail nr.

Mike Smith Peter Lotz Giel Pieterse Dave le Roux Tanya Lagerwey Murray Combs Willie Gouws Tamsin Templeton

281 280 270 272 279 92 256 262

R1 2 -1 2 5 4 3 6 -7 (dnc)

R2 R3 R4 R5 1 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 -3 -6 3 3 4 4 4 4 (dnc) 3 (dnc) dnc 2 5 6 (dnc) 5 7 5 5 6 dnc dnc dnc dnc

Total

R2 1 2 3 4 dnc 5 6 dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc

Total 3 8 18 20 29 31 32 39 39 39 39 39

4 8 15 16 22 22 23 36

Open Bahía de Altea - Altea - Spain, February 3/4 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Ginés Romero 2 Francisco Martinez 3 Carlos Beltri Fdez. 4 Alvaro Echevarria 5 Dolores Sánchez 6 Ignacio Iturrioz 7 Elena Raga Nieto 8 Rafael Madaleno 8 Carlos López 8 Marco Sevila 8 Juan Torrijo 8 Karlo Kuenen

Crew Alvaro Moreno Arturo Manchado Juan Arandiga Herrero Vicente Guijarro Juan Pablo de Diego José Ruiz Javier Marmol Competitor 2 José López Roberto Sevila Yolanda Mugica J. Antoni Rivera

sail nr. ESP 6 ESP 81 ESP 7 ESP 8 ESP 69 ESP 77 ESP 1 ESP 65 ESP 76 ESP 18 ESP 82 GER 60

R1 1 2 dnc dnc 3 dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc

R3 1 4 2 3 dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc

Euroflying Cup - Altea - Spain, February 8/10 2007 pos. Helmsman Crew 1 Dolores Sánchez Herrero Juan Pablo de Diego 2 Alvaro Echeverria Alvaro Garcimartín 3 Fred Schaaf Bas Wulffers 4 Francisco Martinez Arturo Manchado 5 Carlos Beltri javier Cayuela 6 Juan Montoya Martinez Francisco Martinez 7 Ginés Romero Alvaro Moreno 8 Angel Pérez Vicente Guijarro 9 Alberto Barenghi Lorenzo Vergani 10 Rafael Paraiso Baltazar Paraiso 11 Juan Luis Freniche Juan Luis Freniche 12 Marco Sevila Roberto Sevila 13 José Sánchez Pastor Javier Higuera Argüelles 14 Johan Van Werkhoven Cor Huisman 15 Karko Kuenen J. Antonio Rivera

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sail nr. R1 R2 R3 R4 ESP 69 3 2 3 (dnc) ESP 8 1 6 (dnf) 2 NED 5 (ocs) 4 4 1 ESP 81 2 1 8 (dns) ESP 7 rdg 4.5 7 2 (dns) ESP 17 5 -8 6 3 ESP 6 (dnf) 3 1 dnf ESP 78 7 11 10 (dnf) ITA 7 (ocs) 5 5 dnf POR 99 8 14 9 (dnf) ESP 87 6 10 (dns) dns ESP18 (dnf) 12 7 dns ESP16 4 (dnf) dns dns NED 304 (dnf) 13 12 dns GER 60 (dnf) 15 11 dns

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Durk Zandstra Carlos López Peter Van Veen Elena Raga

Hugo Maarleveld José López Garcia Christian Van Veen Javier Marmol

NED 341 (ocs) ESP 67 (dnf) ESP 80 (ocs) ESP 1 (dnc)

9 dns dnf dnc

dns dns dns dnc

dns dns dnf dnc

49 60 60 60

New Zealand’s national championship - Nelson Yacht Club - New Zealand, February 8/11 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Andrew McKee 3 Hideo Tayama 2 Alisdair Daines 4 Daryl Way 5 David Barker 6 Joseph Bailey 7 Ralph Urwin 8 Tony Saunders 9 John Harris

Crew Matthew Bismark Adrian Laurence Dave Gibb Lisa Castle Scott Barker Peter Bailey Hilton Grant Eugene Martin Ian Harris

sail nr. NZL111 NZL110 NZL107 NZL1 NZL102 NZL98 NZL10 AUS 365 NZL101

R1 1 2 4 3 5 7 6 8 10

R2 1 3 2 4 5 7 6 8 10

R3 1 4 3 2 5 6 7 8 10

sail nr. R1 NED 11 1 GER 98 4 GER 113 5 GER 173 2 GER 122 3 GER 1735 8 GER 41 6 GER 13 7 GER 153 9 GER 46 13 GER 133 12 GER 235 11 GER 95 10 GER 714 dnf

R2 2 4 3 6 1 8 5 7 9 10 11 12 dnf dns

R3 1 2 3 4 dnc 5 dnc dnc dnc dnc dnf dnf dns dnc

R4 2 4 3 1 10 7 5 8 6

R5 1 2 3 4 10 8 6 5 7

R6 1 3 2 4 10 7 5 6 8

R7 1 3 2 7 6 5 10 4 10

R8 1 2 3 7 4 5 10 10 6

R9 R10 R11 R12 Total 1 1 1 3 10 4 2 3 1 25 2 3 4 4 27 10 10 2 2 36 3 4 7 8 57 6 5 5 7 60 10 10 8 5 68 10 10 6 6 69 5 10 9 9 80

FD Cup - Edersee - Germany, March 17/18 2007 pos. Helmsman 1 Kai Schäfers 2 Shmuel Markhoff 3 Kilian König 4 Thorsten Wenten 5 Ernst-Hermann Pilgram 6 Elisa König 7 Edwin Neue 8 Schappi König 9 Joachim Setzepfand 10 Tobias Stüppardt 11 Sven Dömges 12 Felix Holz 13 Jürgen Grölle 14 Torsten Begemann

Crew Peter van Koppen Michael Höhle Johannes Brack Stephan Handich Harald Berning Achim Brack Marco Steinem Detlef Uli Kelm Tobias Bertram Timo Sandrock Michael Happich Caroline Rudorff Silke Seelbach

Total 4 10 11 12 19 21 26 29 33 38 38 38 40 45

FD cup - Duisburg - Germany, March 24/25 2007 pos. Helmsman Crew 1 Thijs Rutten Theo Rutten 2 Martin Krumhar Kai Schäfers 3 Franz Menzer Ernst Hiegele 4 Torsten Wenten Stephan Hendick 5 Björn Althaus Lutz Althaus 6 Fred Schaaf Casper Schaaf 7 Edwin Neue Marco Steinem 8 Wolf Werner Januschek Heiner Schneider 9 Gordon Fischer Peter Baxmann 10 Caroline Rudorff Jürgen Grolle 11 Ulrich Schäfers Yannic Iwan 12 Tanja Heijink Nettie van der Valk 13 Michael Kramer Stefanie Tauchert 14 Jupp Wanders Dr. Walter Scgerb

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 R4 NED 348 -10 1 1 2 GER 123 -8 3 3 1 GER 11 1 (dsq) 6 3 GER 173 -4 4 2 4 GER 181 6 2 4 (dnf) NED 5 3 (dsq) 5 5 GER 41 2 6 76 GER 190 7 7 -8 8 GER 1976 5 5 (dnf) dnc GER 92 9 8 (dnf) 9 GER 111 (dnc) 10 10 7 NED 33 11 9 11 (dnc) GER 101 12 11 12 (dnc) GER 139 13 (dsq) 9 dnc

Total 4 7 10 10 12 13 14 22 25 26 27 31 35 37

Easter Criterium - Varazze - Italy, April 5/8 2007 pos. Helmsman 1 Roberto Cipriani 2 Francesco Vespasiani 3 Dirk Bogumil 4 Uwe Steingross 5 Alberto Patrone 6 Gines Romero 7 Cristoph Aichholzer 8 Nicola Vespasiani 9 Fernandez Carlos Beltri 10 Nicola de Castro 11 Fulvio Colletti 12 Alberto Barenghi 13 Thomas Loenen

Crew Stefano Morelli Fransesco Gerunzi Michael Lisken Torsten Bahr Luca Repetti Alvaro Moreno Philipp Zingerle Alessandro Volo Javier Cayuela Castilleso Paolo Bosca Corrado Cattabriga Vicente Guijarro Thomas Thallmair

sail nr. R1 ITA 10 2 ITA 45 3 GER 199 -7 GER 99 1 ITA 22 -15 ESP 6 4 AUT 382 5 ITA 4 (dnf) ESP 7 (dnf) ITA 9 8 ITA 91 12 ITA 7 3 GER 2024 14

R2 7 3 4 1 9 2 6 8 5 15 -17 14 13

R3 R4 -11 2 3 -9 1 4 5 (dnf) 9 1 2 (ocs) 4 6 8 3 13 7 -19 11 7 12 12 8 10 -16

R5 2 1 7 4 3 12 -16 8 6 9 5 -15 10

R6 1 5 2 8 3 6 12 9 7 4 15 13 14

Total 14 15 18 19 25 26 33 36 38 47 51 53 61

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Carlo Brunelli Christianvon Mulert Rolf Albert Franco Togrocchi Christian Schäfer Giuseppe Prosperi Pierluigi Feltri Enzo Motta Dieter Staib Andrzej Kruszczynski Nicola Binelli

Luciano Mercanti Joscha Märkle Huss Lutz Albert Spartaco Francesconi Fabian Schergel Luigi Lazzari Agli Paolo Badetti Paolo Fergnani Renate Staib-Romanino Anna Nazar Gianpaolo Binelli

ITA 1 13 11 GER 130 10 12 GER 213 9 10 ITA 115 11 18 GER 68 16 (dnf) ITA 221 (dnf) 16 ITA 69 (dnc) dnc ITA 23 (dnf) 19 GER 118 (dnc) dnc POL 20 17 (dnf) ITA 30 (dnc) dnc

14 15 -17 15 -18 13 6 (dnc) dnc 17 5 (dnc) 16 14 19 18 19 14 dnc 17 11 21 10 20 dnc 13 18 20 dnf 22 22 dnc 21

10 16 dnc dnc 17 18 11 20 19 21 dnf

63 66 75 76 82 85 89 90 100 105 118

International Easter Regatta - Loosdrecht - The Netherlands, April 7/9 2007 pos. Helmsman 1 Bas van der Pol 2 Enno Kramer 3 Harold Wijgers 4 Sjors Riemslag 5 Kai Schafers 6 Albert Vianen 7 Pieter Staal 8 Thijs Rutten 9 Fred Schaaf 10 Martin Krumhaar 11 Paul de Schipper 12 Durk Zandstra 13 Clovis Buijs 14 Louk Nelissen 15 Tanja Heijink 16 Jürgen Grölle 17 Peter van Veen 18 Ruud Journée 19 Jupp Wanders

Crew Marc van der Pol Ard Geelkerken Niels Kamphuis Klaas van der Spek Peter van Koppen Bas Wulffers Arnout Wijs Theo Rutten Casper Schaaf Mathias Flottemesch Sander Klein Obbink Hugo Maarleveld Marleen van Ballegooien Ton Hijmans Gijsbert van Daal Caroline Rudorff Chris van Veen Martijn van Doorn Walter Scherp

sail nr. NED 32 NED 26 NED 25 NED 334 NED 11 NED 15 NED 312 NED 348 NED 5 GER 123 NED 9 NED 341 NED 315 NED 311 NED 33 GER 92 NED 69 NED 70 NED 139

R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 -2 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 3 (dnc) -6 4 4 2 6 1 -11 8 6 3 3 3 -10 5 7 -7 7 3 4 5 5 10 7 7 (dnf) 10 9 9 -11 2 11 8 (dnf) 9 4 9 6 -11 8 9 12 5 6 12 (dnc) -17 16 5 10 8 -14 14 13 11 10 8 -15 15 15 12 15 13 12 (dnf) 11 16 -17 14 13 13 13 12 (dnc) 16 dnc -18 18 16 17 14 19 (dnc) dnc dnc dnc

Total 4 11 16 18 18 19 29 30 32 32 35 39 48 50 51 56 61 65 79

Internationale Trapezregatta - Steinhude - Germany, April 14/15 2007 pos. Helmsman Crew Wind Bft 2/3 bft 1 Jörgen Bojsen-Möller Jacob Bojsen-Möller 2 Uwe Steingroß Sven Hermenau 3 Jörn Borowski Andreas Berlin 4 Kai Schäfers Peter van Koppen 5 Olaf Ballerstein Jobst Wellensiek 6 Bas van der Pol Marc van der Pol 7 Jörg Witte Stefan Mädicke 8 Ralph Jambor Jens Schreiber 9 Bernd Szyperrek Clemens Binder 10 Kilian König Johannes Brack 11 Robert de Lange Pieter Zandstra 12 Fred Schaaf Bas Wulffers 13 Thijs Rutten Theo Rutten 14 Sjors Riemslag Klaas van der Spek 15 Shmuel Markhoff Jens-Uwe Krüger 16 Joachim Setzepfandt Ulrich Kelm 17 Thorsten Wenten Stephan Handick 18 Peter Kleffe Sebastian Heller 19 Ernst Greten Detlev Krüger 20 Björn Althaus Matthias Krakenbaum 21 Kurt Prenzler Heinz Bollweg 22 Horst Schäfer Wolfgang Höft 23 Hartmut Wesemüller Hannes Wesemüller 24 Tanja Heijink Nettie van der Valk 25 Durk Zandstra Hugo Maarleveld 26 Günter Schrem Jörg Franck 27 Gordon Fischer Peter Baxmann 28 Wolf-Werner Januscheck Jürgen Schwarz 29 Edwin Neue Marco Heinem 30 Martin Krings Joachim Brodda

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sail nr. R1 R2 R3 3/4 bft 4/5 bft3/4 bft DEN-21 -1 1 1 GER-99 -4 2 2 GER-202 2 3 (dnc) NED-11 -10 6 3 GER-28 -26 4 7 NED-32 -8 8 5 GER-210 (dnc) 14 6 GER-135 11 9 4 GER-266 -15 10 11 GER-113 5 13 8 NED-28 6 7 -13 NED-5 -12 11 9 NED-348 -36 12 10 NED-334 9 -17 14 GER-98 3 33 (dnc) GER-153 16 -18 18 GER-173 13 20 17 GER-240 14 -32 17 GER-12 -25 24 16 GER-181 19 25 12 GER-66 20 -21 19 GER-136 -33 19 15 GER-1777 7 26 25 NED-33 -27 15 22 NED-341 30 16 (dnc) GER-944 17 -28 23 GER-1976 23 22 20 GER-190 -29 23 28 GER-41 22 31 (dnf) GER-52 28 5 (dsq)

R4

Total

1 2 5 8 6 7 3 (ocs) 4 (dnf) 13 9 10 11 12 15 (dnc) 22 14 (dnc) 17 23 -28 21 18 24 (dnc) 20 19 dnc

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Tobias Stüppardt Tobias Bertram Jürgen Grölle Caroline Rudorff Tony Lyall Colin Burns Franz-Josef KampschulteJürgen Hobein Just Zandhuis Robin Segaar Eckart Walz Clemens Kreidel Felix Holz Michael Happich Markus Fleischer Axel Busch Ulrich W. Schäfers Yannic Iwan

GER-46 -35 GER-92 24 GBR-386 32 GER-163 -37 NED-24 21 GER-193 18 GER-235 31 GER-48 34 GER-111 (dnc)

34 24 16 -30 27 26 27 21 (dnc) 36 26 27 29 (dnf) dnc 35 (dnc) dnf 37 (dnc) 25 38 29 (dnc) dnc dnc dnc

74 77 80 89 90 93 93 101 120

Konstanzer Auftakt - Konstanz - Germany, April 21/22 2007 pos. Helmsman 1 Helmut Löther 2 Shmuel Markhoff 3 Christoph Aichholzer 4 Karsten Keil 5 Silvia Aichholzer 6 Kurt Müller 7 Tobias Frank 8 Franz Menzer 9 Albert Lutz 10 Friedl Buhl 11 Christian von Mulert 12 Rainer Gerstl 13 Robert Ness 14 Günter Schrem 15 Simon Hirscher 16 Fiala Pavel

Crew Philipp Buhl Franz-Josef Schild Philipp Zingele Frank Drescher Christoph Zingerle Ralph Aicher Simone Frank Ernst Hiegele Rolf Lutz Adalbert Netzer Peter Hollender Thomas Knaab Svend Vieweg Philipp Kyewski Roman Houdek

sail nr. GER 91 GER 98 AUT 382 GER 16 AUT 39 GER 103 GER 86 GER 11 GER 213 GER 1762 GER 130 GER 22 GER 58 GER 944 GER 1911 CZE 4

R1 R2 -9 1 1 2 5 (ocs) 2 5 -7 3 -10 4 6 6 4 8 3 10 8 11 -14 7 -12 12 -15 9 11 -14 13 13 -16 15

R3 1 5 3 7 4 6 2 8 10 -12 13 9 14 11 -15 16

R4 R5 2 1 3 -9 4 2 -8 4 5 6 1 10 7 -8 6 -12 10 (dnc) 12 3 11 5 9 7 14 11 13 14 15 13 16 15

Total 5 11 14 18 18 21 21 26 33 34 36 37 48 49 54 62

R2 1 4 2 9 3 5 7 6 8 dnf 10 11

R3 4 -7 1 -11 6 2 5 -12 8 3 9 10

R4 2 1 -9 5 4 7 -10 11 3 6 8 ocs

R5 -10 1 2 3 5 7 6 4 -11 9 8 dns

Total 10 12 12 18 18 21 22 23 24 31 35 47

R1 R2 1 1 3 -5 2 3 5 (dsq) 6 2 -13 6 7 4 -10 7 -9 9 4 8 (dns) 10 8 11 (dns) 13 (dns) 16 11 15 (dns) 14 12 12

R3 1 3 4 2 7 11 8 6 5 9 12 10 15 13 -16 14 17

R4 1 2 4 3 9 6 8 10 5 11 7 -14 12 15 16 13 17

R5 1 2 3 16 4 5 -11 7 9 6 8 10 14 12 15 13 17

Westeinder - The Netherlands, April 21/22 2007 pos. Helmsman 1 Kai Schafer 2 Harold Wijgers 3 Fred Schaaf 4 Ton Heijmans 5 Erica Geelkerken 6 Clovis Buijs 7 Chris van Veen 8 Thijs Rutten 9 Pieter Staal 10 Hugo Maarleveld 11 Frank Nooijen 12 Hendrik Paping

Crew Peter Koppen Niels Kamphuis Casper Schaaf Louk Nelissen Harald Berning Marleen van Ballegooien Peter van Veen Theo Rutten Arnout Wijs Durk Zandstra Ronald Huijsmans Mark Soetman

sail nr. NED 11 NED 25 NED 5 NED 311 GER 122 NED 315 NED 69 NED 348 NED 312 NED 341 NED 327 NED 55

R1 3 6 7 1 -8 (dnf) 4 2 5 (dnf) (dnf) (dnf)

Trofeo Alto Adriatico - Cervia - Italy, April 28/29 2007 pos. Helmsman Crew 1 Francesco Vespasiani 2 Luca Ungaro 3 Roberto Cipriani 4 Marco Gianfreda 5 Fabio Marco Paoli 6 Andrea Antonelli 7 Fulvio Colletti 8 Leonardo Basi 9 Carlo Brunelli 10 Nicola de Castro 11 Spartaco Francesconi 12 Giuseppe Prosperi 13 Franco Tognocchi 14 Nicola Binelli 15 Enzo Motta 16 Claudio Perina 17 Piero Gori

sail nr. ITA 45 ITA100 ITA 10 ITA 4 ITA 36 ITA 11 ITA 91 ITA 8 ITA 1 ITA 9 ITA 109 ITA 221 ITA 115 ITA 30 ITA 23 ITA 25 ITA 42

R6 (dnf) 2 -7 1 (ocs) 3 5 6 9 (ocs) 4 10 8 11 12 ocs (dnf)

Total 5 12 16 27 28 31 32 36 37 38 41 49 62 67 69 72 75

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Southern Area Championships - Lee on Solent - Great Britain, April 28/29 2007 pos. Helmsman 1 Peter Doran 2 Tony Lyall 3 Paul Atkinson

Crew Richard Phillips Colin Burns Jim Harrop

sail nr. GBR 382 GBR 385 GBR 373

R1 1 dnf 2

R2 2 1 3

R3 2 1 3

Total 5 6 8

Oxford Tankards - Oxford - Great Britain, May 26/27 2007 pos. Helmsman 1 Julian Bridges 2 Peter Doran 3 Andrew Turner 4 Tony Lyall 5 Neil Pye 6 Keith Martin 7 Mike Murley

Crew Peter Hadfield Richard Phillips John Galyer Colin Burns Jamie Whitaker John Lansley Jim Harrop

sail nr. GBR 380 GBR 382 GBR 387 GBR 385 GBR 373 GBR 363 GBR 343

R1 R2 R3 R4 -2 1 1 1 1 2 2 -3 5 (dnc) 3 2 3 -4 4 4 7 3 5 (dnf) 4 -6 6 5 6 5 (dnc) dnc

Total 3 5 10 11 15 15 19

Trofeo Olandese Volante - Pietrasanta - Italy, May 27/28 2007 pos. Helmsman 1 De Castro Nicola 2 Testini Duccio 3 Binelli Nicola 4 Maffei Massimo 5 Bertagna Giovanni 6 Ciardi Nicola 7 Colonna Antonio 8 Francesconi Spartaco

Crew Badetti Paolo Ferrauto Giampaolo Binelli Gianfranco Mariotti Luca De Santi Giovanni Mazzenti Sergio Rossi Marco Coloccini Alessandra

sail nr. ITA 9 ITA 105 ITA 30 ITA 119 ITA 101 ITA 88 ITA 108 ITA 109

R1 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 2

R2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 dsq

R3 3 2 6 4 5 8 7 1

Total 5 7 13 13 16 21 22 24

R2 2 1 4 3 5 6 8 9 7 10 dnc 13 12 11

R3 1 7 2 3 4 12 6 5 8 10 dnc 11 9 13

Total 7 9 11 12 17 20 21 25 27 30 33 33 36 37

Pfingstwettfahren - Steinhude - Germany, May 26/27 2007 pos. Helmsman Crew 1 Fred Schaaf Casper Schaaf 2 Mike Langefeld Peter Wilbert 3 Gordon Fischer Peter Baxmann 4 Hartmut Wesemüller Hannes Wesemüller 5 Kurt Prenzler Heinz Bollweg 6 Hans Albert König Tom Greten 7 Ernst Greten Detlev Krüger 8 Eckart Walz Arnold Seegers 9 Felix Holz Fabian Schweigel 10 Michael Haupt Wolfgang Höft 11 Klaus Gaede Aeisso Kern 12 Oliver Gutsch Christoph Ostermeyer 13 Caroline Rudorff Jürgen Grölle 14 Adolf-Karl La Graauw Sven La Graauw

sail nr. R1 NED 5 4 GER 1924 1 GER 1976 5 GER 1777 6 GER 66 8 GER 113 2 GER 12 7 GER 193 11 GER 235 12 GER 182 10 GER 151 3 GER 1798 9 GER 92 dnc GER 70 13

Scharmutzelseewoche - Germany, May 26/27 2007 pos. Helmsman 1 Uwe Steingroß 2 Dirk Bogumil 3 Peggy Bahr 4 Marco Lieberth 5 Jörg Herrmann 6 Wolfgang Dietrich 7 Alexander Nordalm 8 Frank Kanig 9 Peter Kleffe 10 Henning Fischer

Crew Sven Hermenau Jens Saalow Torsten Bahr Mario Götz Oliver Hyzyk Detlef Schmidt Arndt Becker Peter Pusch Christoph Körner Fischer

sail nr. R1 GER 99 2 GER 199 3 GER 19 1 GER 211 4 GER 219 -7 GER 224 5 GER 1854 6 GER 216 -9 GER 240 8 GER 189 (dnf)

R2 R3 2 (ocs) 3 1 -6 2 -5 4 1 3 4 (ocs) -9 5 7 6 8 (dnf) 10 dnf

R4 2 -4 5 1 6 3 8 7 9 dnc

Total 6 7 8 9 10 12 19 20 25 32

FD Cup - Brombachsee - Germany, June 2/3 2007 pos. Helmsman Crew sail nr. R1 1 MENZER Franz HIEGELE Dr. Ernst GER 11 1 2 KEIL Karsten DESCHER Frank GER 16 2 3 BEIER Wolfgang WAGNER Jürgen GER 1907 3 4 SCHÄFER Christian DROBNY Niels GER 68 4 5 SCHINDLER Dietmar WIEDEMANN BernhardGER 1807 5 6 GROß Jürgen SCHAY Philipp GER 74 6 7 SCHULZ Karl-Heinz SCHULZ Florian GER 1822 7

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8 DIETRICH Wolfgang STROBELT Robert BITTNER Mike 9 MADER Dieter 10 RÖTTCHER Stefan BARTH Michael

GER 224 GER 1672 GER 2071

8 9 11

8 9 11

Achensee - Austria, June 9/10 2007 Crew pos. Helmsman 1 Aichholzer Christoph Zingerle Philipp 2 Vogler Georg Abele Florian 3 Schmid-Siegl Alexander Skoda Wolfgang 4 Ulrich Gerhard Ittner Andreas 5 Gietl Hans Seebauer Josef 6 Aichholzer Silvia Zingerle Christoph 7 Schäfer Christian Drobny Niels 8 Zorn Fred Schober Erich 9 Gerstl Rainer Netzer Adalbert 10 Pöllath Markus DanningerTommy 11 Zeissel Manfred Urban Gerald 12 Linke Leo Bacher Guntram 13 Hirscher Simon Kyiewski Philipp 14 Röttcher Stefan Barth Michael 15 Stubenböck Siegmar Zingerle Anton 16 Vogel Ralf Wild Heike 17 Haberl Christopher Weinzierl Rudi 18 Demorindos Joannis Fesq Katja 19 Glantschnig Hannes Sauerwein Sebi

sail nr. R1 AUT 382 1 AUT 1 3 AUT 40 6 AUT 15 5 GER 47 7 AUT 39 2 GER 68 10 AUT 5 9 GER 22 4 GER 56 15 AUT 4 11 GER 55 14 GER 1911 13 GER 2071 8 AUT 375 12 GER 178 17 GER 2018 18 GER 1902 16 AUT 38 dnf

R2 1 7 4 3 6 2 9 11 5 10 8 12 13 16 15 14 17 18 dns

R3 3 1 2 6 4 ocs 7 8 ocs 5 11 9 10 13 12 14 15 dns dns

Total 5 11 12 14 17 24 26 28 29 30 30 35 36 37 39 45 50 54 60

Kielerwoche - Kiel - Germany, June 21/24 2007 pos. Helmsman 1 Jorgen Bojsen-Moller 2 Szabolcs Majtthenyi 3 Jorg Witte 4 Dirk Bogumil 5 Bas van der Pol 6 Kai Schafers 7 Uwe Steingross 8 Martin Krings 9 Marko Muller 10 Hans Genthe 11 Harold Wijgers 12 Ralph Jambor 13 Shmuel Markhoff 14 Kurt Prenzler 15 Thijs Rutten 16 Rolf Albert 17 Bjorn Althaus 18 Hans-Albert Konig 19 Hideo Tayama 20 Thorsten Wenten 21 Joachim Setzepfandt 22 Hans-Georg Heinze 23 Kilian Konig 24 Dr. Lorenz Hansen 25 Ernst Greten 26 Martin Krumhaar 27 Michael Haupt 28 Tobias Stuppardt 29 Jochen Spaan 30 Edwin Neue 31 Jurgen Grolle 32 Oliver Gutsch 33 Torsten Begemann 34 Ulrich W. Schafers

Crew Jacob Bojsen-Moller Andras Domokos Stefan Madicke Michael Lisken Marc van der Pol Peter van Koppen Martin Romberg Joachim Brodda Utz Muller Hauke Drengenberg Paul van der Pol Jens Schreiber Jens-uwe Kruger Heinz Bollweg Theo Rutten Lutz Albert Lutz Althaus Tom Greten Sven Lagraux Stephan Handick Ulrich Kelm Manfred Panuschka Sven Donges Nicolai Hansen Detlef Kruger Matthias Flottemesch Wolfgang hoft Tobias Bertram Thomas Voigt Marco Steinem Caroline Rudorff Jan Schafer Martin Bosse Jannic Iwan

sail nr. R1 R2 DEN 21 1 1 HUN 70 -2 -2 GER 210 -12 4 GER 199 3 5 NED 32 7 3 NED 11 6 -9 GER 99 -11 6 GER 52 -10 -11 GER 215 8 8 GER 33 -18 10 NED 25 17 13 GER 135 9 14 GER 98 4 15 GER 66 -19 19 NED 348 -20 12 GER 213 -21 21 GER 181 14 -17 GER 13 13 7 NZL 110 12 16 GER 173 16 18 GER 153 15 20 GER 20 (dnc) 23 GER 113 23 -27 GER 1989 22 22 GER 12 25 26 GER 123 27 24 GER 182 26 -32 GER 46 28 -29 GER79 -29 28 GER 41 24 25 GER 92 -30 -31 GER 1798 31 30 GER 714 32 (dnc) GER 111 (dnc) (dnc)

R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 1 -2 (ocs) 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 4 5 3 4 3 (dnc) -10 6 2 7 -11 4 6 3 5 8 -14 -11 3 4 7 6 -8 8 5 10 6 10 5 (dnc) 8 8 8 9 6 6 -13 9 -15 3 13 5 7 7 11 -22 4 13 11 11 (ocs) 5 -19 3 14 -16 4 12 7 (dnc) 18 -19 17 -24 9 9 -24 12 14 11 15 10 9 14 13 -29 18 16 16 13 9 16 12 (dnc) 17 -20 16 13 17 12 12 21 21 19 -21 (dnc) (dnc) (dnc) 10 27 20 22 15 22 18 18 -25 (dnc) 23 17 12 21 (ocs) (dnc) (dnc) dnc 23 14 16 7 22 15 22 (dnc) 23 14 20 18 20 -30 -24 18 21 26 (ocs) 15 -30 15 29 (dnc) 19 20 10 (dnc) 25 28 28 17 -29 20 26 25 24 -28 22 21 28 23 27 -31 26 17 (dnc) 24 25 23 28 (dnc) 27 27 26 26 27 19 19 29 30 -32 32 (dnc) (dnc) dnc 29 25 31 dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc

Total 6 10 23 27 32 34 42 45 46 52 60 60 72 81 82 87 89 93 107 107 108 118 119 120 128 129 144 146 149 149 152 171 187 210

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FD Cup - Simmsee - Germany, June 23/24 2007 pos. Helmsman Crew 1 Christoph Aichholzer Tommy Danninger Paul Bichler 2 Christian Zbil 3 Tobias Frank Simone Frank 4 Hans Gietl Franz-Josef Schild 5 Helmut Steiner Astrid Steiner 6 Bernhard Schmits Michi Schmits 7 Walter Volkmann Andreas Busch 8 Karl-Heinz Schulz Florian Schulz 9 Norbert Weidlich Hans Wilhelm 10 Erich Schober Lorenz Kranawetter 11 Felix Dudek Christian Grotegut 12 Dieter Staib Renate Staib-Romanino 13 Christian Baur Thomas Dill 14 Peter Müller Christoph Krzywon 15 Christoph Haberl Rudi Weinzierl 16 Dr. Hans Knerr Ferengis Knerr 17 Dieter Schimke Roland Lederer 18 Dr.Rudolf HohenthannerKurt Lamm Jörg Meyer-Kossert 19 Mike Langefeld

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 AUT-382 -1 1 1 GER-75 -6 3 2 GER-86 -4 2 4 GER-47 3 -6 3 GER-1900 2 5 5 GER-72 5 -8 7 GER-42 7 7 -10 GER-1822 10 4 -12 GER-1430 -9 9 9 AUT-21 8 11 8 GER-174 -15 12 6 GER-118 11 10 -14 GER-201 12 -13 11 GER-1877 14 -15 13 GER-2018 13 -16 16 GER-80 18 14 (dns) GER-1863 16 -18 15 GER-155 17 17 (dns) GER-1924(dnc) dnc dnc

R4 1 2 3 4 -8 6 5 9 7 -12 11 10 13 14 16 17 18 15 dnc

Total 3 7 9 10 12 18 19 23 25 27 29 31 36 41 45 49 49 49 63

R4 R5 1 -4 2 1 5 6 4 5 8 (raf) 6 (dsq) 15 3 3 11 9 8 13 9 11 2 12 15 7 13 18 12 10 18 16 10 17 7 14 14 -22 17 19 raf 21 16 -25 20 20 19 -23 22 -24 21 26 23

Total 6 7 19 20 23 25 26 26 33 35 39 42 51 53 54 57 59 59 60 68 75 77 80 85 90 95

Walter Pasquini Trophy - Forte dei Marmi - Italy, June 09/10 2007 pos. Helmsman 1 Vespasiani 2 Patrone 3 Da Castro 4 Ungaro 5 Cipriani 6 Brunelli 7 De Luca 8 Tognocci 9 Testini 10 Paoli 11 Tremi 12 Maffei 13 Prosperi 14 Francesconi 15 Pieri 16 Tonzani 17 Ravasini 18 Binelli 19 Bigliazzi 20 Moriconi 21 Motta 22 Bertagna 23 Pagliai 24 Ciardi 25 Vignazia 26 Vezzoni

Crew Gerunzi Patrone Bosca Ungaro Morelli Mercanti Fraschetti Guareschi Ferrauto Poggianti Cerrina Mariotti Lazzari Nottoli Piccoli Colonna Borrini Binelli Giuliano Sciuto Fergnani De Santi Boileau Mazzetti Coloccini Teani

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 ITA-45 1 3 1 ITA-22 -5 1 3 ITA-9 2 6 -8 ITA-93 9 2 -10 ITA-10 4 9 2 ITA-1 7 5 7 ITA-13 3 -22 5 ITA-115 (ocs) 8 4 ITA-105 6 10 -11 ITA-36 -13 7 6 ITA-57 -18 13 13 ITA-119 11 4 -18 ITA-221 16 -17 15 ITA-109 14 -21 9 ITA-1125 -19 12 14 ITA-85 12 -19 19 ITA-6 8 (ocs) ocs ITA-30 -17 15 16 ITA-1006 15 11 17 ITA-75 10 (ocs) 12 ITA-23 20 18 (ocs) ITA-101 21 16 20 ITA-72 (dnf) 14 ocs ITA-88 22 20 21 ITA-99 23 23 23 ITA-51 (dnf) 24 22

Regatta Capodimonte - Lago di Bolsena - Italy, June 23/24 2007 pos. Helmsman 1 Vespasiani 2 Ungaro 3 Fransesconi 4 De Michele 5 Colletti 6 Savoia 7 Gregori 8 Prosperi 9 Pagliai 10 Motta 11 Binelli

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Crew Gerunzi Ungaro Tognocchi Bellotti Cattabriga Pasquali Mariotti Prosperi Boileau Fergnani Binelli

sail nr. ITA-45 ITA-93 ITA-109 ITA-16 ITA-91 ITA-28 ITA-102 ITA-221 ITA-72 ITA-23 ITA-30

R1 1 2 3 4 7 6 ocs 5 9 10 8

R2 1 2 6 4 5 7 3 9 11 8 10

R3 1 2 4 6 3 5 7 9 8 10 11

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Kuhshellen Regatta - Alpsee - Germany, June 30/July 1 2007 pos. Helmsman Crew 1 Hans-Peter Schwarz Roland Kirst 2 Christoph Aichholzer Philipp Buhl 3 Helmut Löther Michael Klawitter 4 Jürgen Groß Philipp Schay 5 Bernd Keller Bernd Fischer 6 Stefan Beichl Thomas Mayer 7 Roberto Cipriani Stefano Morelli 8 Shmuel Markoff Jens-Uwe Krüger 9 Andreas Kunze Josef Seebauer 10 Thomas Seltmann Sigi Lang 11 Hubert Waibel Bene Wiedemann 12 Thomas Loewen Thomas Thallmeier 13 Friedl Buhl Adalbert Netzer 14 Christian von Mulert Mircea Carp 15 Tobias Frank Simone Frank 16 Walter Volkmann Andreas Messian 17 Simon Hirscher Philipp Kyewski 18 Christoph Baumann Michael Koller 19 Hermann Seltmann Stefan Burghold 20 Stefan Burger Ralf Vogel 21 Günther Schrem Werner Aichele 22 Hans Gietl Franz Josef Schild 23 Robert Neß Thomas Knab 24 Christian Schäfer Niels Drobny 25 Claus Fieger Jörg Sänger 26 Wolfgang Beier Jürgen Wagner 27 Helge Lehner Claudia Lehner 28 Heinrich Wiggenhaus Lothar Simon 29 Stefan Fels Timo Naef 30 Douglas Parker Rüdiger von Maxen 31 Franz-Josef Kampschulte Andreas Busch 32 Christian Baur Thomas Dill 33 Katharina Frey Alfred Frey 34 Artur Haf Andreas Eckhardt 35 Wolfgang Christ Jürgen Schwarz 36 Felix Holz Jürgen Hobein 37 Gian Luca Vignazia Alessandra Coloccini 38 Dieter Staib Renate Staib

sail nr. R1 GER-87 1 AUT-382 (dsq) GER-91 2 GER-74 5 GER-61 4 GER-187 3 ITA-10 (dsq) GER-98 6 GER-51 7 GER-1705(dnf) GER-161 8 GER-2024(dnf) GER-1762 -14 GER-130 10 GER-86 11 GER-42 13 GER-1911 18 SUI-6 9 GER-181 12 GER-178 -22 GER-944 15 GER-47 16 GER-58 19 GER-68 20 GER-34 21 GER-1907 17 GER-96 23 GER-2031 26 SUI-x 24 AUS-123 29 GER-163 28 GER-201 30 GER-1637 25 GER-39 34 GER-73 27 GER-235 31 ITA-99 33 GER-118 32

R2 R3 R4 -3 3 1 2 1 2 1 2 -3 4 4 -6 7 -8 4 11 -12 5 6 6 7 5 9 -16 8 5 (dnf) 9 7 8 10 11 -14 17 10 9 12 14 10 14 -23 12 13 13 -21 -18 15 13 15 -22 11 20 18 (dnc) 22 -28 15 16 16 18 -24 19 19 21 -24 17 25 17 -26 19 26 (dnf) 26 -32 24 -30 27 28 29 -31 20 -36 20 27 -37 29 22 -31 25 23 23 -35 31 27 -36 25 28 -33 30 -35 21 29 -34 34 32 32 30 -33 33 -37 35 38 (dnc) 34

Total 5 5 5 13 15 19 19 20 20 24 29 36 36 36 37 41 44 47 49 50 53 54 61 65 71 72 72 73 75 77 82 82 83 84 93 93 101 104

Sächsiche Meisterschaft - Plauen - Germany, July 08/09 2007 pos. Helmsman 1 Jan Lechler 2 Rolf Albert 3 Karsten Keil 4 Jörg Hermann 5 Wolfgang Dietrich 6 Marco Lieberth 7 Ralf Bundel 8 Thomas Lieberth 9 Markus Pöllath 10 Karlheinz Wolf 11 Hans Gietl 12 Bernd Schmidts 13 Robin Melchner 14 Silke Grosch 15 Mario Dietzel 16 Stefan Röttcher 17 Peter Kleffe 18 Michael Perthes 19 Marc Strittmatter 20 K.-H. Schulz 21 Petra Schengber 22 Harald Karl

Crew Jens Salow Lutz Albert Frank Descher Oliver Hyzyk Detlef Schmidt Mario Götz Svend Vieweg Steffen Märsch Tommy Danninger Robert Piechutta Franz-Josef Schild Michael Schmidts Jens Fuchs Silke Lorenz Thomas Knüpfer Michael Barth Christoph Körner Jörg Schmalfuß Steve Wetzel Florian Schulz Thomas Krüger K.-H. Knorr

sail nr. R1 GER-100 1 GER-213 3 GER-16 2 GER-219 4 GER-224 5 GER-211 7 GER-259 6 GER-225 -8 GER-56 -10 GER-120 -12 GER-47 9 GER-72 -14 GER-134 11 GER-241 13 GER-258 -18 GER-2071 15 GER-240 19 GER-276 17 GER-172 20 GER-1822 16 GER-218 (dnf) GER-246 (dsq)

R2 -2 1 (dnf) 3 -9 5 4 6 8 7 (dnf) 10 11 (dnf) 12 13 (dnf) (dnf) (dnf) (dnf) dnf dnf

R3 R4 1 1 3 (dsq) 2 4 -6 2 4 5 -12 3 7 (dsq) 5 6 8 7 9 10 11 8 10 9 -16 13 13 14 18 11 14 (dnf) 15 12 17 15 20 16 dnf dnf 19 dnc dns dnc

Total 3 7 8 9 14 15 17 17 23 26 28 29 35 40 41 42 46 49 56 62 65 69

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Spanish National Championships - Murcia - Spain, July 12/13 2007 pos. Helmsman Crew 1 Szabolcs Majthenyi András Domokos Alvaro Moreno 2 Gines Romero 3 Roberto Cipriani Stefano Morelli 4 Carlos Beltri Javier Cayuela 5 Lin Robson John Fry 6 Alvaro Echevarria Alvaro Garciamartin 7 Tin Matulja Robin Matulja 8 Dolores Sanchez-Herrero Juan Pablo de Diego 9 Antal Kardos Csaba Polgar 10 Andrew McKee Matthew Bismark 11 José Sanchez Javier Higuera 12 Alberto Barenghi Vicente Guijarro 13 Andras Suli David Papp 14 Mihai Butucaru Doara Liviu 15 Thijs Rutten Theo Rutten 16 Jonathan Gorbold A. Gorbold 17 Luka Tomori Urban Jan 18 Christoph Aichholzer Philipp Zingerle Richard Phillips 19 Peter Doran 20 Fransesco Vespasiani Fransesco Gerunzi 21 Frank Nooijen Ronald Huijsmans 22 Juan Luis Freniche J. Freniche 23 Fransisco Martinez Arturo Manchado 24 Douglas Parker F. Matulja 25 Juan Montoya Fransisco Martinez 26 Nicola Vespasiani C. Carincola 27 Eduardo Gallego Emili Garcia 27 Tony Lyall Colin Burns 27 Hideo Tayama Mariu Moraniec 27 Rafael Paraiso Franc Paraiso 27 Peter Wells Barbara Wells

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 HUN-70 -4 2 1 1 1 ESP-6 -5 1 2 4 2 ITA-10 1 3 -4 2 3 ESP-7 3 5 5 5 (dnc) USA-36 6 8 3 3 11 ESP-8 7 7 -10 6 5 CRO-51 8 6 7 (dnc) 6 ESP-9 9 (dnf) 8 11 10 HUN-78 10 (dnc) 9 9 12 NZL-111 2 4 (dnc) dnc 4 ESP-86 13 12 15 7 (dnc) ITA-7 17 11 13 8 (dnc) HUN-13 11 10 12 (dnc) dnc ROM-10 22 (dnc) 21 10 13 NED-348 12 13 11 (dnc) dnc GBR-367 21 16 22 12 (dnc) SLO-1 20 18 20 13 (dnc) AUT-382 14 9 18 (dnc) dnc GBR-382 (dnc) 15 14 14 ocs ITA-45 (dnc) dnc 6 dnc 7 NED-327 18 14 16 (dnc) dnc ESP-87 19 17 17 (dnc) dnc ESP-81 15 (dnc) dnc dnc 8 AUS-123 (dnc) 19 dnc dnc 9 ESP-85 16 (dnf) dnc dnc dnc ITA-4 (dnc) dnc 19 dnc dnc ESP-88 (dnf) dnc dnf dnc dnc GBR-386 (dnc) dnc dnc dnc dnc NZL-110 (dnc) dnc dnc dnc dnc POR-99 (dnf) dnc dnf dnc dnc USA-14335(dnc) dnc dnc dnc dnc

Total 5 9 9 18 20 25 27 38 40 43 47 49 66 66 69 71 71 74 76 79 81 86 89 94 115 118 132 132 132 132 132

Travemünder Woche - Travemünde - Germany, July 21/29 2007 pos. Helmsman 1 Gerd Walter 2 Christian Schäfer 3 Michael Haupt 4 Oliver Gutsch 5 Felix Holz 6 Bernd Schreiber 6 Hans-Albert König

Crew Jens Walter Fabian Schweigel Wolfgang Höft Stefan Dünwald Wolfgang Rosteck Kai Schäfers Kilian König

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 GER-1794 -4 1 1 GER-68 2 -3 2 GER-182 3 2 3 GER-1798 -5 5 4 GER-235 1 4 (dnf) GER-40 (dnc) (dnc) dnc GER-13 (dnc) (dnc) dnc

R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 1 1 (dnc) 2 1 -3 3 2 1 2 2 2 1 (dnc) (dnc) 4 (ocs) 3 3 3 5 4 4 (dnc) dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc

Total 7 12 13 22 24 36 36

World Championships - Murcia - Spain, July 13/21 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Jorgen Bojsen-Moller 2 Carlos Beltri 3 Dirk Bogumil 4 Szabolcs Majthenyi 5 Hans-Peter Schwarz 6 Jörn Borowski 7 Roberto Cipriani 8 Gines Romero 9 Harold Wijgers 10 Francisco Martinez 11 Jörg Witte 12 Luca Ungaro 13 Peggy Bahr 14 Kay-Uwe Ludtke 15 Tin Matulja 16 Francesco Vespasiani 17 Enno Kramer 18 Bas van der Pol 19 Andrew McKee 20 Echevarria Alvaro

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Crew Jacob Bojsen-Moller Javier Cayuela Michael Lisken Andras Domokos Roland Kirst Andreas Berlin Stefano Morelli Alvaro Moreno Niels Kamphuis Arturo Manchado Stefan Mädicke Marco Ungaro Torsten Bahr Kai Schäfers Robin Matulja Francesco Gerunzi Ard Geelkerken Marc van der Pol Matthew Bismark Garciamartin Alvaro

sail nr. R1 DEN 21 1 ESP 7 3 GER 199 14 HUN 70 2 GER 87 4 GER 202 8 ITA 10 5 ESP 6 (raf) NED 25 12 ESP 81 -31 GER 210 7 ITA 93 11 GER 19 26 GER 206 9 CRO 51 15 ITA 45 13 NED 26 6 NED 32 20 NZL 111 17 ESP 8 16

R2 -7 -13 -16 4 3 10 2 14 6 11 8 -28 19 15 1 20 17 5 12 9

R3 -6 -36 1 10 3 -21 -26 4 15 2 7 13 5 -29 -50 12 9 14 22 16

R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 2 1 3 2 3 1 11 1 6 11 -21 4 2 1 13 10 6 8 -16 1 11 21 -23 4 5 -23 2 5 10 4 15 -30 19 12 2 9 14 9 -22 6 7 16 -24 3 7 6 3 -21 19 21 17 17 -20 18 8 5 7 (dsq) 9 14 22 8 4 (dsq) (bfd) 14 24 13 -32 10 24 20 -26 15 9 4 (dsq) 25 11 (dnc) -30 18 -37 17 15 16 13 -31 21 19 -28 25 6 26 -28 -35 23 18 -24 22

R9 4 1 2 -22 -28 18 5 9 -34 16 -19 24 6 7 13 17 21 -23 3 8

Total 16 34 37 41 51 57 60 65 66 78 82 83 90 92 97 102 103 108 111 112


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Christoph Aichholzer Phillip Zinger AUT 382 27 Lin Robson John Fry USA 36 10 Antal Kardos Csaba Polgar HUN 87 -30 Fred Schaaf Casper Schaaf NED 5 22 Dolores Sanchez-HerreroJuan Pablo de Diego ESP 9 -53 Marco Sevilla Robert Sevilla ESP 91 25 José Sanchez Javier Higuera ESP 86 23 Kilian König Johannes Brack GER 113 18 Jürgen Gross Philipp Schay GER 74 19 Sjors Riemslag Klaas van der Spek NED 334 32 Hideo Tayama Mariu Moraniec NZL 110 21 Shmuel Markhoff Jen Krüger GER 98 33 Pieter Staal Arnout Wijs NED 312 35 Andras Suli David Papp HUN 13 24 Nicola Vespasiani C. Carincola ITA 4 43 Alexander Schmid-Siegl Skoda Wolfgang AUT 40 -46 Tim Sayles Pavel Ruzicka USA 251 38 Hans-Albert König Martin Notte GER 13 44 John Williams Alex Rogers GBR 369 (dnc) Peter Doran Richard Phillips GBR 382 -55 Tanja Heijink Nettie van der Valk NED 33 -51 Kurt Prenzler Heinz Bollweg GER 66 37 Jonathan Gorbold A Gorbold GBR 367 42 Thorsten Wenten Stephan Handick GER 173 41 Erika Geelkerken Harald Berning NED 122 39 Rolf Albert Lutz Albert GER 213 34 Douglas Parker F. Matulja AUS 123 45 Christian Zbil Paul Bicheler GER 75 48 Ralf Bundei Svend Vieweg GER 259 -56 Christian von Mulert M. Giel GER 130 47 Thijs Rutten Theo Rutten NED 348 28 Butucaru Mihai Doara Liviu ROM 10 50 Luka Tomori Jan Urban SLO 1 -57 Alberto Barenghi Vicente Guijarro ITA 7 (dnf) Ernest Greten Detle Krüger GER 12 36 Tony Lyall Colin Burns GBR 386 29 Walter Moser S. Wolfgang AUT 11 49 Frank Nooijen Ronald Huijsmans NED 327 52 Edwin Neue Caroline Rudorff GER 41 58 Juan Montoya Francisco Martinez ESP 85 -60 Durk Zandstra Hugo Maarleveld NED 341 40 Clovis Buijs Marleen van Ballegooijen NED 315 -64 Jochen Spaan Thomas Voigt GER 79 -63 Johan van Werkhoven Nils Jannichsen NED 304 62 Jorge Comin RodriguezPenal ESP 10 59 Elisa König Julia Weissbach GER 133 61 Peter Wells Barbara Wells USA 1435(dnf) Paul Hemker Bill Bernard USA 2 66 Josep Bailey Peter Bailey GBR 385 -67 Juan Luis Freniche ESP 87 54 Paul Atkinson James Harrop 65 Rafael Paraiso Franc Paraiso POR 99 68

(dnf) 18 -36 12 16 8 25 27 3 15 11 -35 23 -31 8 19 15 27 -29 -30 26 9 17 14 -46 35 18 5 28 5 -36 25 27 33 7 13 21 34 (dnc) 42 -61 7 22 8 33 51 39 (dnc) 26 24 34 22 22 43 31 -40 25 28 36 -40 (dnc) 37 -52 10 29 23 30 20 31 (dsq) -42 31 27 -47 19 32 40 20 24 38 -39 38 35 25 38 33 -45 29 10 -45 45 23 -53 35 30 30 40 -44 41 -45 32 36 (dnc) 11 42 54 14 42 32 42 13 40 -44 44 41 17 12 43 -49 52 39 -59 37 46 27 33 42 41 40 (dsq) -43 28 -68 28 38 36 -46 41 -50 39 47 47 33 39 53 45 -58 26 38 29 47 (ocs) 51 31 -52 37 18 46 20 44 48 55 49 48 -60 39 12 34 -58 19 49 41 34 49 37 49 44 -63 (dsq) 51 35 53 55 34 -56 56 44 -60 -63 48 47 46 57 32 32 37 55 -61 34 55 48 53 57 38 33 -66 43 56 50 -67 51 54 (dnc) 49 -60 59 43 56 29 -60 -63 57 48 62 (dsq) 55 41 -64 56 (dnc) -61 27 51 53 52 57 59 52 53 48 54 58 -67 58 59 -65 61 51 56 (dsq) 54 50 -66 43 50 61 45 62 59 -65 64 64 -67 47 55 52 (dnc) 59 (dnc) 54 -65 61 57 50 62 58 -67 64 62 59 58 63 64 -67 54 62 64 60 63 -70 66 65 66 66 60 63 46 (dnc) (dnc) dnc 62 69 65 66 65 (dnc) (dnf) 68 (dnf) 67 dnf dnc

18 23 16 27 26 (dnc) 42 12 (dnc) 17 43 20 30 29 33 31 24 36 34 52 39 40 46 25 (dnc) 32 (bfd) 50 48 38 (bfd) 44 49 37 57 51 53 41 54 35 47 45 56 55 dnc (dnc) 60 59 58 dnc (dnc) dnc

14 (dsq) 15 12 20 11 10 (dnc) (dnc) 25 32 35 -42 -55 30 29 31 (dnc) 38 37 33 36 39 (dnc) 43 41 (dnc) (dnc) 44 26 40 27 51 (dnc) 49 46 54 48 53 (dnc) 45 58 59 47 50 52 57 (dnc) 56 dnc dnc dnc

113 114 123 127 139 141 179 183 190 194 195 200 203 213 216 223 242 243 243 251 254 264 270 271 273 273 276 280 284 292 301 306 313 322 324 339 341 347 352 356 361 375 376 398 400 401 423 429 440 442 465 495

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Silberner FD - Tegernsee - Germany, August 04/05 2007 pos. Helmsman Crew 1 Helmut Löther Michael Klawitter Thomas Mayer 2 Stefan Beichl 3 Andreas Kunze Roland Kirst 4 Kurt Müller Ralph Aicher 5 Silvia Aichholzer Christoph Zingerle 6 Friedl Buhl Adalbert Netzer 7 Hubert Waibel Bene Wiedemann 8 Christian Zbil Paul Bichler 9 Bernd Zimmer Leopold M. Hüllmantel 10 Walter Volkmann Alexander Krohmer 11 Fred Zorn Erich Schober 12 Heinz Waerder Bernhard Eder 13 Georg Vogler Stefan Vogler 14 Martin Domenikus Thomas Kainz 15 Helmut Steiner Astrid Steiner 16 Claus Fieger Jörg Saenger 17 Wolfgang Beier Jürgen Wagner 18 Ralph Zieglmeier Julia Dorn Kurt Seemüller 19 Alois Mögele 20 Karl-Heinz Schulz Florian Schulz 21 Peter Stanner Michael Jung 22 Paul Hofmann Stefan Pichlmüller 23 Gunter Hauer Ferdinand Hauer 24 Dieter Staib Renate Staib 25 Felix Dudek Hans-Christian Grotegut 26 Marc Strittmatter Jörg Petersen 27 Peter Schöninger Stefan Striedl 28 Joannis Remoundos Nico Cappelluti 29 Franz-Josef Kampschulte Andreas Busch 30 Tobias Frank Simone Frank 30 Martin Lauer Linda Lauer 30 Alberto Barenghi Mister X

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 R4 GER-91 -1 1 1 1 GER-187 -5 2 3 2 GER-51 2 -7 2 3 GER-103 4 6 4 -12 AUT-39 6 4 5 -11 GER-1762 10 3 6 -15 GER-161 -12 10 7 4 GER-74 7 9(15zfp) 5 GER-1839 9 5 -10 9 GER-42 3 15 -19 6 AUT-5 -14 14 8 7 AUT-9 11 -12 11 8 AUT-1 8 11 12 (dnc) AUT-23 19 -20 9 10 GER-1900 17 8 14 (dnc) GER-34 13 13 -17 13 GER-1907 15 -23 16 14 GER-2020 20 16 18 (dnc) GER-1750 16 22 (dnf) 17 GER-1822 18 25 13 (dnc) GER-21 21 19 -23 19 AUT-16 23 17 -27 20 GER-131 (ocs) 26 21 16 GER-118 22 18 25 (dnc) GER-174 -26 21 24 21 GER-172 (dnf) 27 22 18 GER-88 25 29 20 (dnf) GER-1902 24 28 26 (dnc) GER-163 (ocs) 24 dnf dnc GER-86 (dnc) dnc dnc dnc GER-1675(dnc) dnc dnf dnc ITA-7 (dnc) dnc dnc dnc

Total 3 7 7 14 15 19 21 21 23 24 29 30 31 38 39 39 45 54 55 56 59 60 63 65 66 67 74 78 90 99 99 99

Herbstwettfahrten - Steinhude - Germany, August 18/19 2007 pos. Helmsman 1 Mike Langefeld 2 Kurt Prenzler 3 Olaf Ballerstein 4 Ernst Greten 5 Hans-Albert König 6 Felix Holz 7 Kilian König 8 Eckart Walz 9 Christian Schäfer 10 Jochen Spann 11 Hartmut Wesemüller 12 Markus Fleischer 13 Horst Schäfer 14 Wolfgang Wellner 15 Dorothea Jostmeier

Crew Peter Wilbert Heinz Bollweg Jobst Wellensiek Detlev Krüger Tom Greten Mircea Carp Johannes Brack Arnold Seegers Fabian Schweigel Thomas Voigt Holger Wesemüller Axel Busch Ralf Pietsch Jürgen Hobein Helmut Jostmeier

sail nr. R1 GER-1924 3 GER-66 2 GER-28 1 GER-12 -9 GER-13 -8 GER-235 4 GER-113 (dnf) GER-193 5 GER-68 6 GER-79 7 GER-1777 -11 GER-48 -13 GER-136 10 GER-30 (dnc) GER-17 (dnc)

R2 3 1 5 2 4 6 9 -11 7 -12 8 10 -14 dnc dnc

R3 -8 -11 2 6 7 -12 1 3 4 10 5 9 13 dnc dnc

R4 1 5 -10 4 2 3 7 9 -8 6 11 12 14 dnc dnc

Total 7 8 8 12 13 13 17 17 17 23 24 31 37 51 51

Benelux Championships - Scharrendijke - The Netherlands, August 18/19 2007 pos. Helmsman 1 Henry Koning 2 Harold Wijgers 3 Dennis van Iersel 4 Thijs Rutten 5 Bas van der Pol 6 Hendrik Paping 7 Paul de Schipper

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Crew Rob Taal Johan van Werkhoven Sjors Riemslag Theo Rutten Mark van der Pol Mark Soetman Cor Huisman

sail nr. R1 NED-3 1 NED-304 2 NED-334 3 NED-348 4 NED-32 (dns) NED-55 6 NED-9 5

R2 1 2 4 3 dns 6 5

R3 R4 1 -5 2 -4 3 2 4 3 dns 1 6 6 5 (dns)

R5 3 2 -5 4 1 6 dns

R6 3 2 4 -5 1 6 dns

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North Garda Trophy - Lake Garda - Italy, August 24/26 2007 pos.Helmsman Crew 1 Szabolcs Majthenyi Andras Domokos Hans-Peter Schwarz Roland Kirst 2 3 Roberto Cipriani Stefano Morelli 4 Bas van der Pol Marc van der Pol 5 Harold Wijgers Niels Kamphuis 6 Kilian König Johannes Brack 7 Andreas Kunze Josef Seebauer 8 Jan Lechler Jens Salow 9 Francesco Vespasiani Francesco Gerunzi 10 Stefan Beichl Bene Wiedemann 11 Bernd Schreiber Martin Romberg 12 Ernst-Hermann Pilgramm Harald Berning 13 Christoph Aichholzer Philipp Zingerle 14 Robert de Lange Pieter Zandstra 15 Björn Althaus Matthias Krukenbaum 16 Manfred Zeissel Aramin Graf 17 Friedl Buhl Adalbert Netzer 18 Rolf Albert Lutz Albert 19 Dolores Sanchez-HerreroJuan Pablo de Diego 20 Fred Schaaf Casper Schaaf 21 Elisa König Christian Ochs 22 Kurt Prenzler Heinz Bollweg 23 Marco Lieberth Mario Götz 24 Kai Schäfers Peter van Koppen 25 Nicola Vespasiani Carlo Carincola 26 Christian Zbil Robert Weidlich 27 Georg Vogler Florian Abele 28 Martin Dominikus Thomas Kainz 29 Felix Holz Mircea Carp 30 Luka Tomori Urban Jan 31 Wolfgang Dietrich Detlef Schmidt 32 Thomas Lieberth Steffen Märsch 33 Peter Gaal Balazs Kail 34 Gunther Hauer Carl Ferdinand Hauer 35 Gianfranco Pieri Roberto Piccoli 36 Fred Zorn Erich Schober 37 Peter van Veen Christiaan van Veen 38 Lisa Holzberger Dieter Holzberger 39 Alexander Schmid-Siegel Wolfgang Skoda 40 Francesco Ravasini Giovanni Borrini 41 Giuseppe Prosperi Luigi Lazzari 42 Tanja Heijink Johan van Werkhoven 43 Rainer Kornfeld Bernhard Mann 44 Jürgen Grolle Caroline Rudorff 45 Miha Stanovnik Tomaz Pogaenik 46 Giacome Saglio Michele Saglio 46 Gines Romero Javier Higuera 46 Leopoldo Biasi Francesco Biasi 46 Andrea Antonelli Nico Cappelluti 46 Karsten Keil Frank Descher 46 Marco Sevila Roberto Sevila 46 Christoph Holzinger Stefan Schmitz 46 Tin Matulja Robin Matulja 46 Luca Ungaro Marco Ungaro 46 Giovanni Bertagna Giovanni de Santi 46 Martin Krumhaar Matthias Flottemesch 46 Petra Schengber Thomas Krüger

Sail nr. R1 HUN 70 -1 GER 87 2 ITA 10 7 NED 32 8 NED 25 4 GER 113 6 GER 51 5 GER 100 -11 ITA 45 3 GER 187 -10 GER 40 9 GER 10 14 AUT 382 (dnf) NED 28 16 GER 181 -20 AUT 4 13 GER 1762 19 GER 213 (dnf) ESP 9 15 NED 5 17 GER 133 21 GER 66 -23 GER 211 22 NED 11 12 ITA 77 (dnf) GER 75 (dnf) AUT 1 (dnf) AUT 23 18 GER 235 (dnf) SLO 1 (dnf) GER 224 (dnf) GER 225 (dnf) HUN 12 (dnf) GER 131 (dnf) ITA 1125 (dnf) AUT 5 (dnf) NED 69 (dnf) GER 142 (dnf) AUT 40 (dnf) ITA 6 (dnf) ITA 221 (dnf) NED 33 (dnf) AUT 30 (dnf) GER 92 (dnf) SLO 2 (dnf) ITA 5 (dnf) ESP 6 (dnf) ITA 8 (dnf) ITA 11 (dnf) GER 16 (dnf) ESP 18 (dnf) AUT 20 (dnf) CRO 51 (dnf) ITA 93 (dnf) ITA 101 (dnf) GER 123 (dnf) GER 218 (dnf)

R2 1 4 3 2 -5 8 6 10 (dnf) 7 -19 9 13 11 16 (dnf) 15 12 14 20 22 17 21 (dnf) dnf 18 dnf (dnf) dnf 23 dnf 25 24 26 dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf dnf

R3 R4 1 1 -5 2 2 -18 3 -9 4 5 -9 3 6(dnf) 7 4 15 6 8 10 19 8 -24 16 14 12 13 -24 12 14 25 7 -20 11 18 15 17(dnf) 10(dnf) -26 13 22 17 33(dnf) 11 dnf 16 22 21 dnf 23 20 35 dnf 34 21 32 dnf 37 19 31 dnc 38 dnf 42 dnf dnf 23 27 dnf 28 dnc 29 dnc 30 dnc 36 dnf 39 dnf 40 dnf 41 dnf 43 dnf 44 dnf dnf dnc raf dnc dnf dnc dnf dnc dnf dnc dnf dnc dnf dnc dnf dnc dnf dnc dnf dnc dnf dnc dnf dnc

Total 3 8 12 13 13 17 17 21 24 25 36 39 39 40 42 45 45 45 46 47 56 56 76 81 96 97 101 111 113 113 114 114 120 126 139 143 144 145 146 152 155 156 157 159 160 174 174 174 174 174 174 174 174 174 174 174 174

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Dr. Gizmo’s physics chat corner How centerboards and rudders work The technical term for the device that makes an airplane fly, its wing, is airfoil. Airfoils provide motion-induced lift: a force is generated at right angles with the direction of fluid flow past the foil. A sailing boat is equipped with two sets of airfoils: the sails and, below the water line, the centerboard and rudder. In this article we will have a look at how these underwater foils work and how efficient they are. Reason for me to take out the books and refresh my knowledge on airfoil theory was a creative piece of class rule interpretation by two Dutch FD sailors who, literally, took advantage of a “loophole” in these rules. They fitted their boat with a centerboard with a, presumably legal, hole in the middle. Reason? They hope such a board is more efficient. Weather this is really the case is a matter open to debate, likely to be settled only is extensive tests in water tanks. Let’s leave this question for what it is and consider the more mundane question of how ordinary centerboards and rudders work. I will stick to aerodynamics lingo and talk of airfoils or just foils although, really, the term hydrofoil would be appropriate. We all know why our boat is fitted with a centerboard in the first place; it ensures that the boat wants to move forward and not sideways. Fig. 1 shows what is going on. The wind in our sails pushes our boat forward but, irritatingly enough, also exerts a strong sideway pointing force component. The centerboard counteracts the latter by providing ‘lift’ very much the same way the wing of an airplane does. The direction of this lift force in the case of the centerboard is sideways (to windward). When the boat is sailing at constant speed all the forces are exactly balanced so apart from the lift we also need to keep track of the drag, the friction experienced by the hull, the centerboard and the rudder. To provide any lift at all, a symmetrically shaped centerboard and hence the entire boat will never travel exactly in the direction at which the bow is pointing but will always slump slightly to leeward maintaining a non-zero angle of attack between the water flow and the centerboard. The best possible centerboard provides the smallest possible angle of attack for a given amount of lift and also minimizes its contribution to the drag. We can easily estimate the total lift that the centerboard and rudder need to generate. It follows form the balance of the heeling moment provided by the sails and the foils, and the righting moment of the buoyancy of the hull together with the weight of hiking crew shown in the right panel of Fig.1 (notice that the shape of the bodies of the crew members makes them instantly recognizable as FD sailors). As we see from the figure, the lift

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must be equal to the crew weight multiplied by the ratio a / b (approximately ½ ) of the lever arms. For an FD, assuming a total crew weight of 1600 N (160 kg) and we find that the lift is about 800 N. About half of this lift is provided by the centerboard, the remainder by the rudder and a little bit by the hull itself. Knowing the lift our centerboard needs to generate our task is to estimate, and hopefully minimize, the angle of attack and the amount of drag.

Fig.1 Forces acting on a sail boat. The lift due to the centerboard and rudder compensates the sideways pointing component of the force generated by the sails. The heeling moment is compensated by the hiking crew. How airfoils do not work Let us first bust two common myths. The sketch in panel a) of fig 2. shows a thin airfoil at a non-zero angle of attack. In this example the wing section has an upward curvature, refered to as camber. The shape and angle of this wing cause a deflection of the flow. Many people think that this defection is the cause of the lift. They quote Newton’s laws that state that, because the direction of the fluid flow is changed, there must be a downward force acting on the fluid and, conversely, the fluid will exert an upward reaction force on the foil. Voila, there we have our lift explained. Of course, there is nothing wrong with Newton’s laws but there is something fishy about the argument. Let’s look a bit down-stream. After being pushed down by the wing, the fluid is slowly returning to its normal flow direction. In other words, behind the wing it is being pushed back up. Who or what is doing this pushing-up? After all Newton’s laws still apply. Is there some complicated back action at a distance caused by the foil? To clarify the problem let us look at fig 2b. Here we consider a cambered wing, but now at zero angle of attack. The stream lines in front and behind the foil are a perfect mirror image of each other. There is no net ‘downwash’. Yet such a

wing will in practice offer a substantial amount of lift. So, although Newton’s laws are certainly true, the deflection argument cannot really be the heart of the explanation. In fact, strongly cambered airfoils can even display lift at slightly negative angles of attack in which case the deflection of the flow appears to happen in the wrong direction.

Fig. 2 False explanations of how lift is generated by an airfoil. a) The downward deflection hypothesis. b) An airfoil generating lift without net downward deflection of the flow. c) The erroneous ‘equal arrival time’ hypothesis: it is wrongly assumed that the fluid elements above and below the wing arrive at the trailing edge simultaneously. Ok, so let’s get more sophisticated and invoke a physics principle known as Bernoulli’s law. This law, which is nothing but a reformulation of Newton’s laws applied to fluid motion, states that if the speed of a fluid element moving along a streamline increases, then its pressure must decrease and vice versa. For purists, the law reads: (1)

were p is the pressure, v is the speed of the fluid relative to the foil, ρ is the density of the fluid and C is just a constant. Let’s look at the bottom panel (c) in fig. 2 where a thick cambered airfoil section is shown together with two stream lines. A fluid element passing just above the airfoil (shown as a white rectangle) needs to travel a slightly larger distance before it reaches the trailing edge than an element of fluid passing just below, because of the cambered shape of the wing. Now there is a very common misconception, even among physicists, that two elements of fluid that are initially close together at the leading edge, must arrive at the trailing edge at the same time. Clearly, one argues, if the fluid elements are to be reunited at the trailing edge at the same time then, indeed, the element traveling


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above the wing must do so at a higher speed than the one passing below because of the larger distance traveled by the former. Hence, armed with Bernoulli’s law, we conclude that the pressure above the wing is slightly lower than below it. Again: there we seem to have our explanation for the lift generated by wings of this shape. Unfortunately this too, is wrong. If you carefully analyze the forces on the wing in this case the net amount of lift turns out to be exactly zero. If you belonged to the misinformed believers of this ‘equal travel time’ hypothesis, don’t feel too embarrassed. Albert Einstein made the same mistake. Yes, the same Einstein who’s skull was sawed open after his death in 1955 in order to have an expert’s peek at the brain of the greatest genius of all times. Einstein, believing the ‘equal travel time’ hypothesis, designed a wing with a huge bump on the top side, providing a extra long distance for the air thus, hopefully, increasing the lift. Einstein’s wing was actually constructed and put to the test; by the German Luftwaffe of all people. The results were disastrous. So, if may be true that Bernoulli’s law is indeed essential for describing lift, there is no reason why fluid traveling above, and below the wing as illustrated by the little white squares in fig 1c, should arrive simultaneously at the trailing edge of the airfoil. It turns out that the fluid that passes along the top side takes a much shorter time, despite the longer distance. The question is why.

The principle of lift, the notion of circulation Let us first analyze an airfoil of the worst possible shape: a cylinder of circular cross section (see fig. 3). Clearly an airplane fitted with wings of this shape would not fly and our FD equipped with such a centerboard would never cross the starting line: it is immediately clear from its symmetry that a circular rod never produces lift. In fig 3a the steam lines of a flow of what is called an inviscid, incompressible (ideal) fluid around the cylinder are shown. Don’t worry too much about what such a fluid is. You will have to believe me that at least for actual airfoils it provides a quit adequate starting point for analysis. The right picture in Fig.3 shows the streamlines around a cylinder which is both moving and rotating. The flow is character ized by an amount of circulation as the fluid is dragged along with the rotating surface. For the moving cylinder there are two ‘stagnation points’ in the fluid flow. These are the end points of the streamlines that separate the flow going around the top of the cylinder from that which goes around the bottom. At the stagnation points the speed of the fluid relative to the cylinder is zero.

Fig. 3 Flow around a stationary cylinder and a cylinder with circulation. The latter experiences a lift force pointing to the top of the page because the fluid velocity is higher on that side.

Clearly the non-rotating cylinder experiences no lift. The cylinder that both moves and rotates does experience lift, because of Bernoulli’s law: the fluid at the top moves faster because the circulation is in the same direction as the ambient flow on that side and the opposite is true at the bottom. If you work out the math’s, there is no drag: the cylinder moves without resistance. This is because we assume the fluid to be ideal. The conclusion is that a moving rotating object experiences a lift force directed at right angles to the average flow direction. This lift force generated by a moving rotating object is called the Magnus force and it is the reason why spinning balls follow a curved trajectory. It turns out that for any object moving with speed v and with circulation G , the lift force L is given by the following formula: L=ρ vΓ

(2)

Here ρ is again the fluid density. If we draw an imaginary contour around the rotating object the circulation is roughly the rotational speed of the fluid in the direction of the contour times the length of the contour. For an ideal fluid the circulation is independent of the size and shape of the contour which we choose to draw1. So spinning objects that move experience lift, but what does this have to do with our centerboard? After all centerboards do not spin.

Fig.4 Flow around an airfoil without and with circulation. Only in the later case a smooth flow around the trailing edge is ensured. The amount of circulation is set by the KuttaJoukowski condition and basically only depends on the angel of attack.

In the beginning of the 20th century a chap called Joukowski (1847- 1921) managed to translate the problem of fluid flow around a cylinder into that around an object shaped like an airfoil. He did so by applying a mathematical procedure called a conformal mapping to the flow pattern around the cylinder. This mapping distorts both the flow pattern and the shape of the cylinder into what is sketched in Fig. 4. The airfoil section resulting from the mapping is called a Joukowski profile and it closely resembles a real wing shape. The thickness-to-cord ratio can be adjusted at will by a parameter in the mathematics of the mapping and so can the angle of attack. The mapping has two very useful properties: the resulting airfoil has a sharp trailing edge and, most importantly, the mapping preserves circulation. If there is no circulation around the cylinder there is no circulation around the corresponding airfoil. Fig 4a. shows this rotation-free situation. As in the case of the cylinder there are two stagnation points, one where the fluid meets, and one where it separates from, the airfoil. As with our cylinder the rotation free flow pattern such of Fig. 4a gives rise to zero lift and zero drag. But there is something funny about this flow pattern. It turns out that the near the surface of the airfoil the fluid accelerates to infinite velocity when it approaches the trailing edge form the bottom side, then makes a very sharp U-turn and rapidly flows back along the top surface and then slows down to zero when reaching the stagnation point. Real fluids cannot behave in this way and the flow pattern sketched in Fig. 4a does not materialize in real life. What happens instead is that the fluids builds up a clock wise circulation as shown in Fig. 4b. This moves the stagnation points closer together and at a certain amount of circulation the second stagnation point has moved right to the edge of the profile. In this situation we obtain the flow shown in Fig. 4c. where the fluid moves smoothly past the trailing edge. This situation is known as the Kutta-Joukowski condition. Unlike in the case of the cylinder, the circulation is not due to rotation of the object but it is instead imposed by the presence of the sharp trailing edge of the foil. So a symmetric airfoil moving through a fluid at a non-zero angle of attack is accompanied by an amount of circulation which is set by the Kutta-Joukowski condition and hence it provides a lift proportional to this circulation and proportional to the speed of the motion. The lift force is directed is a right angles to the flow direction of the fluid and hence there is still zero drag. What is perhaps hard to swallow is the fact that the airfoil generates only lift and no drag. We know for a fact that a real centerboard or wing will not move without resistance. Part of this drag is

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due to the fact that our fluid is not ideal but has viscosity. An FD sailing in a lake filled with honey will probably not make much progress but even water has a substantial viscosity. This contribution manifests itself primarily as surface drag and its magnitude depends on the wet surface area of the board. A second contribution is related to the fact that wings and centerboards are not infinitely long. This causes the so called lift-induced drag that depends on the aspect ratio of the airfoil.

Lift-induced drag of airfoils of finite aspect ratio. Let us look at a wing of finite span as shown in Fig. 5. Because of the circulation around the wing and Bernoulli’s law, the pressure below the wing is higher than that above it, the very reason why it provides lift. But look at the wing tips: the high pressure air or water has an escape route there to the lower pressure region above the airfoil. What goes up must come down and indeed the fluid does just that creating a so called tip vortex at each wingtip as shown in fig.5. The price to be paid for continuously generating circulation at the wingtips is resistance, even when the fluid is ideal: lift induced drag. It stands to reason that this drag is smaller if the wings are long and slender than when they are short and wider. Let us summarize the results, restricting ourselves to symmetric airfoil cross sections such as those of our centerboard and rudder.

The lift force L and the drag D are given by the following equations:

(3)

Here, S is the surface area of (one side of the) the wing or centerboard and Cl and CD are the lift and drag coefficients. CD is defined similarly to the drag coefficient Cw which is often quoted when advertising cars which have good streamline properties except that in the latter case the drag is related to the frontal area. In the case of thin foils is it more appropriate to relate the drag to the area. So how big are Cl and CD for our centerboard? Firstly, as remarked in the introduction, L is essentially fixed by the weight and length of the crew as soon is the wind picks up enough to allow full hiking. The lift coefficient that is required rapidly decreases as the boat moves faster. Cl depends on the angle of attack α so moving fast means our boat makes less leeway. Further Cl is determined by the plan the wing (the shape of its side view) but turns out to be almost independent of the section shape. The Joukowski theory predicts the following remarkably simple expression for Cl for small angles of attack.

(4)

Fig.5 The circulation around the wing creates the pressure difference between its top and bottom that is responsible for the lift. . The pressure difference between the two sides of the wing causes the fluid to swirl around the wing tips, causing tip vortices which are responsible for drag.

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_Here α is the angle measured in radians and α is expressed in degrees. A is the aspect ratio of the wing which is just the span/cord ratio for a rectangular wing. For our FD centerboard which is 1 m long and 0.4 m wide. The aspect ratio A is thus about 5 (it turns out that we need to multiply by a factor two when comparing to airplane wings because our board has only one ‘wingtip’). Finally f is a factor that depends on the plan of the foil. For elliptical shapes resembling the wing of a Spitfire aircraft the number f is equal to 1. For a rectangle, such as our centerboard, f has a value of about 0.85. Finally, we need to calculate the drag which consists of two parts: firstly a contribution that depends on the profile shape and surface smoothness and, secondly, a part associated with the lift-induced drag. This second part is zero for zero angle of attack. The coefficient CL-D of lift-induced drag is given by, again, a very simple equation:

(5)

Fig. 6 Data from ref [1]. The solid line in the left panel is the prediction from Eq. (4). In the right panel the data points are measured values for the profile drag coefficient and the solid line represents the lift- induced drag coefficient for an FD centerboard of aspect ratio 5. So how are things in real life? Fig. 6 features two plots. The left plot gives the so called section lift coefficient. This is CL for a wing of infinite aspect ratio. The solid line results from (4). The points are actual data, taken from ref [1] for three profile sections. We see that all profiles follow the prediction well at small angles of attack. At large angles the wings stall. The thickish profile performs best in this respect and is hence the most suitable for a rudder section. The worst in stall performance is the more pointed section. For centerboards the angle of attack is always well below the stall angle so all profiles perform basically equally well in generating lift. The right panel shows the measured profile-drag coefficients. For small angles of attack (less than about 2 to 3 degrees) the more pointed section performs best. This section is perhaps the best choice for a centerboard although the differences are small. The solid line gives the lift-induced drag coefficient for A = 5, which should be added to the profile drag. Conclusion and results for the FD Now that all the theoretical smoke has cleared let’s see what we have obtained an then plug in the numbers for our FD. If you take home any message from this paper it will have to be that airfoils create lift solely by virtue of the fact that the fluid through which they move is circulating. A second thing to keep in mind is that the liftinduced drag becomes less at smaller angles of attack. This means that the drag can be reduced by moving faster. This is why airplanes consume less fuel at cruising speed than at lower speeds. Let us stick in some numbers. We have seen in the introduction that the total lift our centerboard needs to provide when sailing


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up-wind and the crew is fully hiking, is about ½ 800N = 400N. Plugging in ρ = 500 kg/m3 for water, taking S = 0.4 m2 and assuming the boat is moving at 3.5 m/s (about 7 knots) we see from (4) that CL is about 0.2 and from Fig. 6 we immediately read that we make about 2 degrees of leeway. Inserting the value for CL into (5) and then into (4) we find that the lift-induced drag of the centerboard is a mere 6N. If we include the profile drag using Fig.6 we obtain a total centerboard drag of at most 20 N which corresponds to less than 2 kg. Similar numbers are obtained for the rudder. How does this compare to the total resistance force the boat experiences? This total drag is equal to the thrust provided by our sails which is about half as big as the sideways pointing force as can be guessed from Fig.1 The resistance on the boat thus equals about 400 N. Rudder and centerboard are

good for about 10% of this number, the rest is hull-surface friction (wet surface) and, most importantly, turbulence and waves generated by the moving hull. In the table below the results are summarized. For good measure I have added columns listing the power that boat generates, in kW and converted to horsepower. The power generated upwind is just the 400 N thrust multiplied by the assumed speed of 3.5 m/s. The power developed when reaching can be estimated to be about a factor 7 larger. We may all think that the FD is a pretty powerful beast but I don’t think that Jeremy Clarkson would be overly impressed by the numbers in the last two columns of the table but don’t worry too much: a laser sailor will be very pleased when developing a mere half horse power when struggling to reach the top mark.

Table 1. Force on the FD and on the centerboard and rudder. Boat speed upwind is assumed to be 3.5 m/s

Let me end with a few references. Ref. (1) is a fairly old, heavy handed, and poorly written book on aerodynamics theory. Ref (2) is a website that contains a crude description of the Joukowski transformation and features a Java applet illustrating how the flow pattern around a cylinder transforms into that around airfoils of various thickness, camber and angle of attack. Finally (3) is a site with nice animations showing the flow pattern, pressure distribution, and lift distribution in the vicinity of a moving airfoil section. The flow animation on the site clearly illustrates that the equal-arrival-time assumption discussed above is false. (1) Theory of Wing sections, H. Abbott and A. E von Doenhoff, Dover 1959. (2) www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/K-12/airplane/map.html (3) www.diam.unige.it/~irro/profilo_e.html

1 For mathematical purists: the circulation is defined as the line integral of the tangential component of the velocity around a closed contour:

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Measurement thoughts Firstly, I would like to thank all the competitors at Mar Menor who made the measurement process a very pleasant, if sometimes hot, process. It was the first time that the new measurement trailer has made an appearance, most of you will have noticed very little change from business as usual, with all the normal apparatus, the mast and boom jigs and the centreboard and rudder jig, et al. The more observant among you will have noticed a wooden sledge which sat upon the electronic scales for weighing boats. The idea of this device is to give greater confidence to the competitors that their boats will not get damaged in any way during the weighing process. The scales did not work perfectly on day one of measuring, we discovered that one of the electronic scales four feet was about 1mm clear of the quite uneven concrete floor, even though it looked as if it was sitting on all four feet. As a result we did not allow any corrector changes based on the first days weighing process. We were so dissatisfied with the scales accuracy that to permit corrector changes on scales that were obviously not working as accurately as we wanted would have devalued the whole process. Anybody who still has corrector issues will be welcome to adjust them at the next opportunity that they get to sit their boat on the scales. To overcome the problem of uneven floors I am going to create a flat surface out of thick plywood, with four little indentations in it to take the electronic scales feet. By laying the plywood pad on the floor and then chocking it until it is flat, then fitting the scales to it should correct any uneven floor issues, and give us greater confidence in the weight readout for your boats.

The other aspect of the new trailer that was used for the first time was our very own sail measurement table, which consists of 6 panels each 3.1 metres x 1.2 metres. They were supported on our own trestles and seemed to work quite well, the table was level and almost the right height to work on, it would be perfect if the table top was about 6cm higher.

appear upon the entry list in Croatia, we will look to include it in the regatta inspection process, we may even do it randomly. If there are huge numbers flocking to the beautiful Croatian coat, then the idea might get shelved, because 80 plus boats take a bit of measuring, even though it should really be called pre regatta inspection.

All the measuring equipment and some of the trestles fit into the bottom box on the trailer, with the top panel of the box being one of the table panels. The other table panels and more trestles all fit into the flatter top box, which has the final table panel as its lid. Both boxes can be demounted from the trailer with minimum effort, for fitting into a container to go seriously abroad. Adriaan Schmall is to be thanked for providing the trailer base on which to build the measurement boxes, it was originally designed to be a Harbeck lookalike, we all owe him a big Thank you. Last winter a talented French engineer in the SW of France created two football type goalpost frames to take the top box, even these can be demounted quite quickly.

It is worth seriously considering going to Croatia, some years ago I was flying up and down that bit of coastline in a helicopter on an almost daily basis, it looked wonderful then and it cheered me up constantly to think that we might eventually get to sail there again. It is now possible and can only have got better facilities now than it had then. My recommendation would be go, and enjoy superb sailing in beautiful surroundings.

Now onto some of next years possible measurement issues. The last time that boats were measured with their centreboards down, i.e. tipping the hull on its side to get centreboard depth under the hull was in Florida. Not long ago, I agree, but not all that many of your boats got measured there, and believe it or not, I have had requests from competitors that we should actually measure that depth. This also normally includes rudder angle as well. I was amazed that competitors would actually request this hassle filled measurement to be carried out. It is as unpopular with measurers as it is with competitors. I will make no promises, but depending upon how many boats

Thanks once again to the competitors at Mar Menor, it was a pleasure doing business with you. One last thought, if you have been sailing when you come to Measurement, sorry, Regatta Inspection, don’t expect us to allow you to make corrector weight changes when we weigh a wet boat. If you want to make corrector changes, please bring your boat to weighing clean and dry, without a centimetre of sand in it and everything dripping wet. Because unless we are satisfied that the weighing is accurate and fair, we won’t agree to any corrector changes. Also, if Paul Hemker is doing the weighing, always take the first allowance that he offers you for sheets etc, because he will drive a harder bargain if you dislike his first figure. He learnt his trade under the great wizard Clé and we all know that he played Hard Ball in the measuring tent. Good Sailing, John Best

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North Garda Trophy 24-26 August 2007 To sail Flying Dutchman on Lake Garda is in itself one of the best sailing experiences to be had. To share this experience with 56 other sailors can make you think “What can I want more?” This was the situation last August, as teams from 8 different countries battled for the North Garda Trophy. While the usual wind effects were slightly off balance this year, the racing committee managed to let us sail four races. In only four races we had quite a diverse wind program, to say the least. Since the Friday had failed us the first two races were held on Saturday morning, with a whipping northern breeze.The wind from the north is usually around 5 Bf. but that day it reached 7 at times. It allowed for two challenging races of the power house sort and especially the heavier teams came on shore with a huge happy grin. It was enough for one day. Sunday again saw two races. But this time the

Westeinder 20 & 21 April 2007 Since the NED 311 ended up 4th during the Westeinder races we’re expected to write a report, so here’s what you get!

racing committee wisely decided to use Lake Garda’s more softer southern breeze instead. Both races were of the “middle wind” variety and therefore far less chaotic than the day before. The only downside perhaps was the fact that right at the end of the second and final race that day the wind suddenly died completely. Many boats couldn’t reach the fin-

ishing line in the 15 min. time limit. But apart from that, it had been again a beautiful sailing day. Master of both wind varieties the HUN 70 proved to be the worthy winner of the North Garda Trophy with four first places. They were followed by the GER 87 as second and the ITA 10 as third. Hopefully next year’s regatta on Lake Garda will again have so many sailors attending and then, perhaps, with a more forgiving wind condition. The NED 5 will surely be there for the experience! Casper Schaaf NED 5

Despite last year’s modest attendance we decided to give the Westeinder another chance this year. My helmsman Tom Hijmans felt in the mood and after some lobbying by NED 334’s Sjors and Klaas we just couldn’t resist. This year saw no less than 12 FD’s and about 15 Contenders so lack of interest wasn’t an excuse this time. All weather forecasts predicted marvellous conditions: sunshine with a light to moderate breeze. And although Saturday morning began with almost no wind around 11:30 everyone was on the water. The delay flag was pulled down and together we floated across the line. Some wind started to blow, however, and an occasional run in the trapeze was even possible! Wind changes everywhere so close attention was essential. With us this succeeded quite well and with almost imperceptible speed the 311 glided across the finishing line for the first time in her career as no. 1, followed by the 348 and the 11. As we say in Holland: stick to your goods and you’ll end up winning! During the second match the wind once again collapsed, causing us more difficulty in keeping our spirits up: these aren’t exactly the preferred weather conditions of helmsman Tom. Result: Peter & Kai 1st, Fred & Casper 2nd and Erika & Harald 3rd.

struck and everyone tried to cross the line. A lot of detours and calms later Fred and Casper glided across the finishing line 1st, followed by Clovis and Marleen as 2nd and Durk and Hugo as 3rd. It took some serious peptalk, but the motivation aboard the 311 was back and we even managed to get back our speed and point as high as before. More teams had the same experience though and thus Harold and Niels ended up 1st, Peter and Kai 2nd and Pieter and Arnout 3rd. During waiting time for the 5th match there suddenly came a little wind. But the committee waited so long that most of it was already gone by the time we finally started. Our start was rather mediocre, but again the impossible proved to be possible: we rounded the top mark in last position, but after playing a little with the Genoa halyard we managed to repair a lot of the damage and finished 3rd, just before Thijs and Theo. Harold and Niels were 1st and Fred and Casper 2nd. No one felt much like a 6th race so everyone raced back to the harbour, where the boats were swiftly prepared for the homeward journey and the beer and snacks tasted brilliantly. After the price giving we drove homewards feeling quite content and with a strong conviction to keep up this level! Louk Nelissen NED 311

Sunday was really looked as idle as a painting and although everyone managed to arrive by 9:30 the lake looked more like a tin of oil. After long deliberation the delay flag was

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HARKEN Sailing Wear recently signed an important sponsorship agreement to become Official Supplier of the International Flying Dutchman Class Organization. As of the autumn-winter collection in 2005-2006 HARKEN Sailingwear will offer several models inspired by the FD’s history and emotion. Together with a lot of enthusiastic sailors, who granted the worldwide success of the FD Class, we ‘ll reach the American, Australian and New Zealand coasts, as well as the European Lakes, the Mediterranean and the Northern European nations. Harken will be inspired by the most remarkable feature of the FD Class: competing in the race for high tech and innovative solutions. For the same reason IFDCO chose Harken Sailing Wear as sponsor to supply sportswear for the FD teams. Both parties are aware that research and innovation are invaluable in the sport of dinghy racing. Having our glances always aimed towards the future, together we’ll begin this experience.

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Dear friends, dear FD sailors, as you know, the sponsorship agreement between IFDCO and Harken Sailing Wear signed two years ago, is going on in the best way, showing a sailing wear collection with different kind of wear in several colours. The IFDCO is very happy to promote the image of the Class, selling the Harken collection with the IFDCO Logo; moreover, the money obtained has been used in 2006 and 2007 to support class activity, sponsoring the containers to ship the FD fleet overseas to encourage participation of FD teams in the World Championships. That promotion will continue in the next years; moreover, the IFDCO decided to sell the actual stock of Harken sailing wear at a special price, until 31 December 2007. In details:

a) Polo : b) T-shirt : c) Gilet : d) Jacket :

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With regard to colours and sizes, please look to the image and the order format published both in the FD Bulletin and at the IFDCO website. Please fill out the order form and send it to Alberto Barenghi at the e.mail address : fd.ita-7@albertobarenghi.com . The Sailing Wear will be shipped to every FD member by TNT shipping company.


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Extract of the Minutes of the AGCM held in Mar Menor, Spain 22nd July 2007 The meeting was held on Sunday 22 July, the day after the 2007 World Championship, and was attended by the President Alberto Barenghi; General Secretary Peter Doran; Hon Treasurer Fred Schaaf; V-P Championships Stephen Parry; Commodore for NW Europe Enno Kramer; Commodore for N&S America Lin Robson; Councilor of Honour Rafael Iturrioz; Councilor of Honour Richard Phillip; and the Chief Measurer John Best. Finances The Hon Treasurer reported that although the accounts for 2004 and 2005 are still with the accountants for reconstruction, he distributed some figures from the 2006 accounts which are in the process of being finalized. FS explained that he had experienced some difficulties in obtaining clear figures for the number of International members as some countries were unclear about their current and anticipated membership when he issued membership stickers at the start of each year. It was agreed to maintain IFDCO Membership at €20 per member for 2008. FS reported that he had distributed 8 grants to young sailors at the 2007 World Championship and requested that the committee clarified the eligibility criteria for this Young Sailors Grant. A grant of €75 is paid to any competitor who is under the age of 26 at the World Championship. It was agreed that to be eligible the competitor had to be under 26 on January 1 of that years WC. Technical and Measurement Here have been some issues with the process for issuing Measurement Certificates, since the hand over of this role from Clé to Zsofia. During this event PH, JB and ZC had discussions to ensure that a clear and robust process for the issuing of Measurement Certificates and Forms is in place. The Technical Sub Committee had met during the WC and are to propose some changes to the Class Rules which had either arisen during the championship measurement process or had been identified following the adoption of the ISAF “Equipment Rules of Sailing” (ERS). These included: • Legibility of sail numbers on spinnakers. • Personal Sail Numbers (Rule 10.1) • The FD measurement of mainsail leech with the battens in place is against the ERS. • RRS Rule 50.4 would define the FD genoa as a spinnaker. • Need to ensure trapeze belts and PFDs are separate items. • Mast weight to be confirmed as a minimum 8.5kg for all masts. • Need to limit the distance from the gooseneck to the mast to a maximum of 60mm. The technical subcommittee is to draft the appropriate changes to the rules, for submis-

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sion to ISAF for ratification. It was pointed out that the previous discussions in ISAF over the suggested requirement for quick release pins on trapeze belts is still in progress. The measurement checks which had been conducted after each race had covered over half the competing boats and included 13 of the 15 Nations represented. Promotion The HARKEN sponsorship deal has one more year to run and we still have a large amount of stock. AB agreed to review the pricing. It was agreed that we need the National Secretaries to support the promotion and sale of the clothing. The sale of these items support some of the funding of IFDCO and is used for example to give grants to inter-continental competitors who ship their boat to World Championships. AB is still pursuing other potential sponsors. Website and Bulletin The meeting discussed the image of the International class website. It was generally agreed that in order to meet the dual goals of being attractive to potential new FD owners and to provide information to current owners some updating is required. It is also recognized that the website and Bulletin are complimentary, both are required and both require articles and input from our membership. The webmaster will work with the Bulletin editors and a Graphic Designer to change the website. The issue of the recent Bulletin had been welcome and the editors were congratulated on their efforts. More effort is to be made to obtain suitable material for both the Bulletin and the Website. Championship It was confirmed that the already agreed events are: • 2008 European Championships. Rabac, Croatia May 31st – June 7th • 2008 World Championships New Zealand December 31st 2008- 11th January 2009 • 2009 World Championships Medemblik Holland August 1st – 8th For the 2010 World Championships Lake Garda in Italy, and Romania had both expressed interest although no formal proposals had been submitted. At the Competitors hearing and the National secretaries meeting Mihai Butucaru (ROM 10) had outlined the venue and facilities in Romania. The General Committee will review the formal proposals at the next AGCM in June 2008.

The 2008 Eurocup events will be • Altea Cup in Spain • Kiel Week in Germany • European Championships Rabac, Croatia • Riva del Garda in Italy • Conrad Gulcher Memorial Regatta in Loostrecht, Netherlands Rafael Iturrioz will again assist with the selection of the International jury for the EC 2008. He will do this to reduce the costs and to make good use of the Eurosaf Exchange system. For the WC 2008 in New Zealand the selection of the International Jury is in hand. The Eurocup presentation for 2006 had not been made and this will be made together with the 2007 presentation at the EC in Croatia. Commodores Reports. NW Europe: EK gave a verbal report. In the Netherlands numbers were stable, as were the small numbers in Sweden and Denmark. He expressed concern about the drop in numbers in the UK. Mediterranean: AB reported an increase in numbers in Italy with a good second hand boat market. Spain has a small increase in numbers, several new boats, and some new young sailors. France has a small fleet with older boats. N& S America: Activity in the Americas is confined to the US where there is activity in California, and the Northeast and Southeast regions, and with some limited activity in the Midwestern states. There is increased fleet numbers in San Francisco. ISAF Meeting The ISAF 2007 conference will be held in Estoril, Portugal in early November. For the past few years PH, PD and SP have reviewed the submissions to the conference and submitted a class view. This is to be repeated this year, and appropriate class representation will attend the conference. Appointments The re-appointment, for further terms of three years, of the General secretary, VP Championships, VP Specials, and Commodore for Eastern Europe were made. VYG Vintage Yachting Games. Although the class has expressed interest to the organizers, no monies have been paid and there is a lack of recent information. AB and FS will meet Rudy den Outer, Chairman of the VYG, during October in order to discuss the future VYG events and an update for class members will appear in the next FD Bulletin. 2008 AGCM The 2008 AGCM will be held in Croatia, the day after the European Championship Sunday 7th June 2008.


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FD Tie (Silk, blue or red colours) FD Scarf (Silk, FD new Logo) FD Badge FD Table flag, incl. flagstaff, 30 cm FD Flag FD High Tech Plans and Specifications FD Mylar Plan with templates (Centrebord & Rudder full size) h) FD Sticker, 10 cm. Diameter i) FD Car window (inside) stiker “See me, feel me, fly me” l) FD “Cadiz 1992” Video VHS m) FD WC “Den Oever 1998” Video VHS n) FD EC “Dervio 2003” Video DVD o) FD EC “Dervio 2003” Photo DVD p) FD “Dream and Reality” Video DVD q) FD Class Book

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IFDCO information If you would like to become an IFDCO class member, please contact the National Secretary in your country/area. The annual contribution will be €20.0, and will be collected by the National Secretary. For this fee you will receive a copy of the Flying Dutchman and a coloured

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year sticker, which is to be glued to the IFDCO membership card. You can also choose to become a lifelong member of the IFDCO. 1) Full Member €20 (annually) 2) Life long Member €620 (under age 40) €450 (age 40 to 49) €255 (age 50 +) To participate in a European- or World Championship both helmsman and crew have to be IFDCO members. An IFDCO year sticker of the current year has to be shown to the Measurement Committee during the measurement. If you didn’t receive this years sticker, please contact your National Secretary. No sailor will be allowed to start without the current year sticker.

Sail Buttons Every FD sail made after September 1984 must show a Sail Button. Racing in an international regatta without the sail button is not permitted. Sail buttons can be supplied by the National Secretary or by the sailmaker. Sail buttons cost €18 each. An amount of €12 will be added to each international post order.

International Class Fee Sticker To participate in an international regatta your boat has to show an International Class Fee (Royalty) Sticker. The sticker costs 112.11 Pounds and must be obtained from ISAF, Ariadne House, Town Quay, Southampton SO 14 2AQ, United Kingdom Phone: + 44 - (0) 23 - 80 635.111 Fax: +44 - (0) 23 - 80 635.789 E-mail: secretariat@isaf.co.uk NatWest Bank, Sort Code 60 07 03 Account n°: 71243461 SWIFT/BIC RBOSIMDD IBAN GB92 NWBK 6007 0371, 2434 61 Usually the yacht yards, contact ISAF directly and deliver the boat with the International Class Fee Sticker. In such a case, the owner of the new FD will pay the sticker to the boat yard.

Meaurement Certificate A measurement certificate is only issued for boats with a valid measurement form and the International Class Fee sticker. To obtain or prolong a measurement certificate and to registrate a change of ownership you can contact Zsofia Csanda. csandazs@t-online.hu Address: Kondokert 10, 1025 Budapest, Hungary Phone: + 36 - (0) 1 - 200.1102 Fax: + 36 - (0) 26 - 564.121 Mobile: + 36 - (0) 70 - 380.8783


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