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The ISAF Team Racing World Championship is a team racing event[1] now held every two years by the International Sailing Federation (ISAF). The first Team Racing World Championships were held in West Kirby, Great Britain in 1995. Great Britain won and so became the first nation to record its name on the ISAF Team Racing World Trophy, donated to ISAF by the West Kirby Sailing Club. A youth Championship (under 21) began running in parallel with the main event since 2005. Summary information on the first three events is tabled below - full information will be found on the Team Racing Championships results page of the ISAF website.[2] The appearance of West Kirby as the first championship host club reflects the club's pivotal role in promoting team racing – fostered by the activities of the Oxford & Cambridge Sailing Society.

Results

Year   Location Winning Nation   Youth Winners Boat Used
1995 West Kirby, Great Britain[3] Great Britain N/A Firefly
1998 Miami, USA USA 2
Mark MENDLEBLATT,
Nick TROTMAN,
Josh ADAMS,
Brett DAVIS,
Victoria WADSWORTH,
Blair LARGAY
N/A Vanguard 15
1999 Dún Laoghaire, Ireland New Zealand N/A
2001 Lake Brno, CZE New Zealand
Andrew Murdoch,
Karen Lambert,
Hamish Murdoch,
Josh Galbraith,
Andrew Arden,
Jeffery Clark[4]
N/A 420
2003 Auckland, NZL USA 2
Timothy FALLON,
Karen RENZULLI,
Graeme WOODWORHT,
Leigh WOODWORTH,
Ery LARGAY
N/A 420
2005 Newport, Rhode Island, USA USA 1
Timothy FALLON,
Karen RENZULLI,
Mark IVEY,
Matt LINDBLAD,
Tim Wadlow,
Ery LARGAY
USA 1
Colin MERRICK,
Amanda CALLAHAN,
Patrick HOGAN,
Carlos LENZ,
Pete LEVESQUE,
Liz HALL
Vanguard 15
2007 Gandia, Spain USA 1
Clay BISCHOFF,
Lisa KEITH,
Peter LEVESQUE,
Elizabeth HALL,
Colin MERRICK,
Amanda CALLAHAN
GBR 3
Elizabeth STANLEY,
Ian ROBERTSON,
James GOSS,
Oliver MULCAHY,
Elliott PARSONS,
Stephen VIDELO
420
2009[5] Perth, Australia USA
Clay Bischoff,
Lisa Keith,
Colin Merrick,
Amanda Callahan,
Peter Levesque,
Liz Hall
AUS
Jasper Warren,
Jamie Turner,
David Gilmour,
Aimee Negri,
Luke Parkinson,
Patrick Vos
Pacer
2011[6] Schull, Ireland GBR
Andrew Cornah,
Ben Field,
Dom Johnson,
Hamish Walke,
Tom Foster,
Deborah Steele
GBR
Cameron Douglas,
Ben Robinson,
Sophie Shepherd,
Sarah Lombard,
charlie Fitzgerald,
Freddy Williams
TR 3.6
2015[7] Rutland, Great Britain United States United States Firefly

Other

420, International 14 and Optimist (dinghy) classes hold also hold (their own) a team racing based World Championships.

References and External Links

  1. ^ http://www.sailing.org/teamworlds.php , ISAF Website - Team Racing World Championships home page
  2. ^ http://www.sailing.org/events/teamracingworlds/past_results.php , ISAF Website - Team Racing Championships results page
  3. ^ "First ever Team Racing World Championship 1995 final GBR vs IRL". YouTube. Archived from the original on 5 December 2021.
  4. ^ "Regatta Information".
  5. ^ "ISAF Team Racing World Championship 2009".
  6. ^ "ISAF Team Racing World Championship 2011".
  7. ^ http://www.rutlandteamracing.org.uk